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Lansburgh & Bro. I Lansburgh 6: Bro.
Business Hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Stock=Adjustiinig Sale of Warm B@dW' The time of the year when ble to buy for present use and Extra-size Sllkollne Comfort, fill ed with best white new processed cotton; pretty scroll fjulltlng; plain pink and blue one side, figured other side. $1.39 value...... Full-size Heavy-weight 9atln? Comfort, filled with best white feminized cotton; liandsome ori ental designs, In dura. ble, dark colorings. $200 quality $1.69 Sllkollne Baby Comfort, ruffled with plain blue and pink, filled with best white cot- /I <f> _ ton; pretty, light color- TryC. lngs 75c. value $1.25 Full-size Crochet Qulltj 4 very handsome Marseilles design*, eo woven as to wear well and launder per fectly; hemmed ready for use fl.50 Pull-size Crochet Qu41t; ex tra heavy In weight; neat, attract ive designs: will wear a <i ~ and launder perfect- V) [| .i.5 ly ^ Fxill-size cut-out-corner fringed Crochet Quilt; the proper spread for all kinds of metal lieds; makes an even. /?> -< =p drapery on all sizes. II VQ $2.00 value ^ KW Full-size Marseilles Quilt, either satin or tufted finish; six very pretty designs; a spread well made and properly finished. You'll be attracted by the fl /Tt\Q special value of these 5g| 11 QJJpj coverings ^ $4.00 12-4 Extra-size Fine Satin Marseilles Quilt; six magnificent all-over fern leaf and medallion designs; the greatest value ever offered in a. first-class spread., $3. good housekeepers find it profita future needs. 11-4 Full size White Wool Blan ket, good quality, well made; red and blue borders; $2.08 value..., Full size Army Blanket; espe cially heavy; peculiarly suited for hard usage, where wear resisting qualities are an advan tage; dark gray; will not show soil; a $3.80 ^Z.yn value ^ 11-4 Fine Silver-gray Wool Blan ket; quality Is apparent In weave, weight, material and finish; a value that will Impress you; red and blue borders; wide silk binding; .75 value 11-4 Full-size White Wool Blan ket; an Interesting number, because It represents the pinnacle of perfec tion at the price; in making, mate rial and finish - It's /p a a what you'd expect for 554}.. 41-^5 & dollar more ^ 11-4 "Lansburgh Blanket," abso lutely all-wool; thoroughly shrunk en; better than any $8 blanket In the city; our name on every pair assures you of Its superiority In quality, making and finish; Califor nia make; colors are white, gray and scar- g let; our great special at 12-4 Extra size California Blan ket; extra weight; 6 pounds; spe cially close in weave; a smooth, even and an attractive finish; all borders wide silk /f? /Th/fti binding; $8.50 val 10 $4.75 Down Comforts, covered with be9t mercerized satlne. In light and dark color combinations; beat white down filling; to -*> c\ close the small lot out the price Is Full size Silkollne Comfort; filled with best white lamlnized ootton; new designs in light /n\<J and dark colorings; $1.10 value ' w Stock=Adjjiuist5ng Sale ILace Curtains, Portieres, <&c< Tapestry Pcrtneres. Tapestry Portieres In Oriental 6trlpes and fancy weaves, excellent colors; they sell regu larly for $2.75 pair. This sale only v Six pair Tapestry Portieres that are extra heavy and sold for $8.0<>; they /f> Q are an odd lot, so will close them out for, palr.^ Armure Tapestry Portieres color effects with cord on side and bottom, all colors. Regular price, $4.US. This sale. self $3.59 Armure Tapestry Portieres, extra heavy fringe top and bottom, gtRid colors and pat- <f> /0\Q terns. $5.00 values, to ^a5s<y'Q close. ^ Mercerized Tapestry Portieres, new patterns; fringe top and bottom. Reg- a _ q ular values. $?">.50. >541- 'U'r^ Special price only ^ * Couch Covers. Bagdad Stripe Couch Covers, 60 in. wide, fringe all around. Rich colors. $3.50 val ues, only Lace Domestic Arabian Curtains. Rich patterns that look like the real lace. The $2.u0 ones for $2.19 The $8.00 ones for $2.49 The $8.25 ones for $2.60 The $4.tX) ones for $3.13 The $5.00 ones for ...$4.23 RufffSed Swiss Curtains. 3 yards long, beautiful colored in sertions. full ruffle. The 98c. ones for 79c The $1.25 ones for 95o The $1.05 ones for $1.33 Stripe Swiss Curtains. Three yards long, full ruffle side and bottom. The 90c. ones for 75c. The $1.25 ones for 97c. The $1.35 ones for $1.13 The $1 50 ones for $1.23 The $1.75 ones for $1.45 RufffEed Bobanet Curtains. 3 yards long, full ruffle, dainty and filmy. The $1.50 ones $1.29 The $'.TO<? ones $1.00 The $2.35 ones $1.98 The $2.75 ones $2.19' LANSBURGH & BRO 420 to 426 7th St. 417 to 425 8th St. | % Pre=Stock=Taking Clearance of Ornamental Lamps, Globes, Gas amid Elec= trie Fixtures, Fireplace Goods and Bric=a=Brac, VERY ONE interested in home-beautifying should find something attractive in this sale. We offer you the lib eral discount of 20% from regular prices in order to re duce as much as possible the stock of Lamps, Globes, Gas and Electric Fixtures, Fireplace Goods and Bric-a-Brac and thus simplify stock taking. The goods in this sale are all of this season's stock?the best goods of the kind you'll see anywhere. The saving of one-fifth is worth making. S. SHEBO & BRO. CO, 432 Ninth Street. it jik: J. J* iii W ?ft- j. ii it ft Vfc rfci 1 031 Heaters, 1 1 i ; i $3.50, $4.50 and $5. ?Nothing better than a "Miller" Oil Heater for quick heating. Clean, eco nomical and perfectly safe. 6 grals. of Coal Oil, 75c. |Qeo. F. M(Lflth<&Co. 1 Kar/418 7ltfoSt. ?* >19 ZN1 BOYS'*" SWEA TERS. Port Baxour Weal. Th? kind wt cold Y<* 9B.00 btfer* MM. C. Auerbach, 7 & H. Importer of J*ck?U * S?Mt?r?. ? Hair Goods REDUCED. Our Invoices thla Reason bare Iiwd of extraordi nary slse and have caused a temporary overstock. We'll reduce that over stock by cutting prices substantially?In fact, to lower flgure* than we've ever yet quoted. SHPI I T2? SEVENTH ? a ? IL*U_IL* 1L.iT\. I BT. N.W. cle0-20d ' X? K SWITCHES. HA1H B11A IPS, PATENT POMPADOURS. t If. you want a fuel for cooking or heating that'll give complete sutlsfaction at an economic cost. COKE We'll supply you. Our Coke la clean?priced low. 80 bnsbels Crushed Coke, delivered... .MOO 40 bushels Crushed Coke, delivered.... 4.60 ii battels Crushed Cuke, delivered... 40 bushels Large Coke, delivered r - Lais* to .19 tS.BO H bushels Lars* Coke, delivered Washington Gas Light Co.. 413 10th St. N.W. tt Jal6-2M t? I B. H. Stinemetz & >Son Co. Era tire Stock ji of Rich, Stylish Hairs Greatly Reduce Prior to Our Removal. E desire to make the clearance of Furs complete be fore moving to our new store, corner 12th and F sts. The reductions we have made on the richest and most stylish Jackets, Scarfs, Muffs, Boas, Pel erines, etc., will accomplish the desired result in short order. Note the following examples of the bargains awaiting early purchasers: Was. Now. 24-ln. Seal Coat. Size 36. . $300 $225 24-in. Seal Coat. Size 36 $300 $210 Seal Coat. Size 34 $275 $185 Persian Lamb Coats. Sizes 36, 38 and 40. Regular prices, $100 and $115 $75 Persian Lamb Coats. Sizes 36 & 38. Regular price, $150.. .$100 I Imported Persian Paw Coat. Regular price, $90 $60 Nearseal Coats. Regular price, $50 $40 Electric Coat9. Regular price, $40 $30 1 Squirrel-lined Cloth Coat. Regular price, $110 $75 2 sets of Broad Tail and Ermine, Stole and Muff. Regular price, $125 $50 B. H. Stnoemetz Soo Co., Hatters and Furriers, 11237 Pa. Ave. it Unprecedented For Men. A manufacturer's balance off Men's Genuine Hand Welt Shoes, made to sell for $3.5<0 and $4?now sell ing at This la a quality bargain? ' a big saving on the finest men's footwear that's made. We are not permitted to ad vertise the name?but you'll ? see It on every pair of the ] shoes, and It'll r>e all the 1 guarantee you want that these are the best S3.50 and $4.00 ? shoes In America. Choice of all fashionable . leathers?box calf, velour calf, diamond calf, vicl kid, surpass kid and corona patent?at $2.39. Crocker's Shoes Shined Free, L. Ave; u Keep Your Bowels Regular In Nature's Way. . Suppose your bowels fall to move for a week or tea days? Don't you know you would be quickly prostrated? Of course you do. It la Just the same, differing In degree, when your bowels don't move once every day. You know you soon become lan guid and tired, and your blood gets bad and you feel out of sorts?sick all over?If you don't havo a full, healthy passage dally. Don't let such serious conditions develop. Use Smith's Pineapple and Butternut Pills. They will drive bowel poison out of your system and establish regularity. These little pills are purely vegetable and cure In ono night. Remember, that bowel poison Is the direct cause of slow, waiting fevers, loss of memory, female weakness, nervous prostration and general debility. Bowel poison leads on to misery and death as surely as constipation or heart disease; the well advised use of Smith's Pineapple and Butternut Pills will cute and establish bowel, stomach and liver health. Sick at night, well In the morning. Smith's Pineapple and Butternut Pills cure con stipation. biliousness, headache In one eight. At dealers. 26 cents. All genuine signed W. F. Smith. SMITH'S BUCHU LATH IA PILLS, A POSITIVE CUKE FOE RHEUMATIBSI AND ALL FORMS OF KIDNEY AND BLADDER ILLS. AT ALL DEALERS?26 CENTS. A CURE AT THE PEOPLB'8 PRICE. A. J. BACOE, CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR, 1286 11th St. B.w. 'Phone North 407-K. A com Ctent corps of mechanics, representing all anchea. Damp walls GUARANTEED cored. Drop a postal. 3el-?U* C7'Made Fresh Ev??ry Day. ?top Ira the next time you're down town and purchase a box of their FAMOUS CHOCO LATES and BON BONS. Concededly the finest con fections obtainable. Made by the most skillful confectioners FRESH EV ERY DAY. Finest mate rials used exclusively. Sev enty delicious varieties. Bakery ProdmictSo REEVES' PIES, CAKES and PASTRIES of all kinds are recognized as the best by all who have tried them. Delicious Mince and Pumpkin Pies, with light, crisp crusts and abundant fillings. i< t7"Choicest materials used, In cluding Best Creamery Butter and Fresh Country Eggs. Visit the Lunch Dept. ?when you desire a delicious luncheon, nicely served. The most popular place of the kind In town. GROCERY "SPECIALS." Walter Baker's Cocoa, per can 19c. Walter Baker's Chocolate, per cake 16c. Royal Baaing Powder, pound cans 40c. Armour's Sliced Bacon, pound cans... .23#*. Armour's Potted Ham, In cans 4c. Durkee's Salad Dressing:, per bottle... ,22c. Lea & Perrin's Sauce, per bottle 22c. Sapolio, per cake 7c. 9 11209 F 9 - Plonf c Groceries, Candles, rour L^epiS., Bakery Goods. Lunch Rock and Rye for OLDS. The stnbbornest colds and coughe yield quickly to the beneficent Influ ence of Tu-halon Hock and Rye. pt.; 75c. qt. To=KaSorn Wine Co> U-a.lUl.U'O'UU m4 ,4tb at .phone ggg js20-20d \ RICH FURS Ihalf ? ? Prices are down * with the tempera tnre--EVERYTHING ? at 60% otT. A rare ? opportunity to ob- ? tain absolutely de- ? pemlable Furs at ? prices attractive to ? the slenderest purse. ? CyJackets, Stoles, . Ac. ? In the finest Furs and newest effecta. ? ? ? ? FURS EXCLUSIVELY. 18th and G Sts. ? ? . on ... ESTABLISHED 1886. ? t Ja20-w.f4ni.28 J ? SAKS FUR CO., ^fHERE'S NO ^ ECONOMY ?In purchasing Robber Goods of donbtfnl quality. If you desire luui and satisfactory service stipulate "AGNOTA" goods wher buying. Hot-water Bottles $1.25 nf Fountain Syringes i 76c. uj Household Ulo?es. $1.00 pr, M LINDSAY Rubber^ ?Mfg.Co?(lnc.-)?MMw^S!'x. ja20-w, fAm-20 * A if01 LET | ERMATINB" Is found of Idb * estimable value at thlA <|> season for keeping the akin <?? in proper condition. Pre- JU Tents and cures chapping? keeps the akin white, smooth and firm. C7Delightful for gentlemen after shar lng. Price, 25c. a I The W. S. Thompson f Pharmacy, 70315th st Frank C. Henry, Prop. Ja20-28d _ Brown's TRX THEM FOB Bronchial COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, HOARSE ITroches. NESS AND SORB THROAT a&SWohn L Brown & Son THE WORLD OF SOCIETY THE O'COHnTOR-HIGOINa WED DING AT ST. JOSEPH'S TODAY. Postmaster General Payne Brings Large Company Together in Honor of the President?Personals. A most interesting; ceremony took plaoe this morning: at half-past 10 at St. Joseph's Church, when Miss Blanche Higgins and Mr. George H. O'Connor were married by Kev. Father Smyth, the pastor. The mar riage was followed by the celebration of a nuptial mass. A number of other clergy men besides the celebrant were In the sanc tuary, which was lavishly adorned with palms, with white flowers and many lighted tapers on the altar. The ushers were Messrs. Kenneth O'Connor, brother of the groom; Richard Watklns. Jerome Magee, Edward J. Walsh, Joseph I. Weller and Dr. Harry Price. The bride and her father, Mr. J. J. Hlg glns, were preceded to the altar by Miss' Marie Higgins, the maid of honor, and the Misses Gertrude and Louise Higgins, as bridesmaids. Dr. Charles O'Connor was best man. The music at the mass was by the regular choir and other friends of the young couple. Tlio bride, who Is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Higgins a granddaugh ter of the late John M. Sims and a grand niece of Alexander Prevost, is a most at tractive young woman, whose musical tal ents have been highly cultivated. Her wed ding dress of Chantilly lace was made over white chiffon and taffeta. Her tulle veil was caught with a spray of orchids, and she carried a white-bound prayer book. The costume of the maid of honor was of white accordeon-pleated mull, and a large white lace hat. Miss Gertrude Hig gins wore blue crepe de chine and chiffon, with a blue tulle hat trimmed with feath ers. Miss Louise Higgins wore a similar costume, but in pink. After the church ceremonies, which lasted for more than an hour, the bridal party, relatives and a few personal friends went to the home of the bride's parents, at 6R0 Bast Capitol street, for a delightfully served wedding breakfast and reception. Mrs. Higgins, the bride's mother, was richly gowned In black crepe de chine. The bride's grandinother, Mrs. Sims of Hagerstown, was In black crepe and point lace. Mrs. Wyman of Hagerstown, aunt of the bride, in black satin, and Miss Cheyney of west ern Maryland, in black lace, were other members of the house party receiving. Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor left this afternoon for a wedding trip. The bride's presents were both numerous and valuable. The President and Mrs. Roosevelt were guests of the Postmaster General and Mrs. Payne last night at a dinner, for which forty covers were laid, at the Arling ton, in the center parlor of the Vermont avenue suite. The other guests of the occa sion were the Secretary of State and Mrs. Hay, the Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs. Shaw, the Secretary of War and Mrs. Root, the Attorney General and Mrs. Knox, the Secretary of the Navy, the Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Hitchcock, the Sec retary of Agriculture and Miss Wilson, the Secretary of Commerce and Labor and Mrs. Cortelyou, Mr. Justice and Mrs. Holmes, Senator and Mrs. Aldrich, Senator Allison, Senator and Mrs. Wetmore, Senator and Mrs. Hanna. Senator and Mrs. Scott, Sen ator and Mrs. Quarles. Senator Warren, Gen. and Mrs. Corbin, Commander and Mrs. Cowles, Mrs. Cameron, Mrs. Carow and Miss Jones. An orchestra played during the dinner in an adjoining parlor. The table was very beautifully decorated, large plaques of pink carnations alternating round the vast expanse of fern-sprayed linen, with vases filled with roses and pink shaded candles. Mrs. Dubois, wife of Senator Dubois, gave an elegantly appointed luncheon today In henor of Mrs. Heyburn, wife of Senator Heyburn of Idaho. Among the other guests were Mrs. Kearns, Mrs. Faulkner, Mrs. Thomas Carter, Mrs. Balllnger. Mrs. Burn ham, Mrs. Arney, Mrs. Fulton, Mrs. Buhler, Mrs. Whited, Mrs. Birney and Mrs. Cas sidy. Mrs. Fairbanks will not be at home to morrow. Senator and Mrs. Simmons of North Caro lina have taken apartments at the High lands for the winter. On account of recent bereavements In the family Mrs. Simmons and Miss Simmons will not receive or make formal calls during the season, but will be glad to see their friends at their conven ience. Mrs. J. C. S. Blackburn will be at home at 1702 10th street Thursday, January 21, and Thursday, January 28. Mrs. James F. Hood will not be at home tomorrow, owing to illness in the family. Mrs. S. Sewall Cissel will be at home Thursdays, February 4 and 11; 1531 31st street. Mrs. Edgar Frisby and Miss Frlsby will be at home February 4 and 11. Miss Corrinne Tunstall will be at home Thursday, January 21, 8 to 10 p.m. She will be assisted in receiving by Mrs. Walter Browne Fairfield, Miss Fairfield, Miss Bertha Frances Wolfe and Miss Edith A. Welker. Mrs. Wm. E. Clark and Miss Hoopes of 2128 Wyoming avenue will be informally at home Thursdays, the 21st and 28tli, for the last time this season. Miss F. B. Duvall of Lexington, Va., and Miss F. 8. Steger of Richmond are spend ing the winter at 1327 N street. Mrs. P. J. McCumber, wife of Senator Mc Cumber, will not be at home tomorrow. Mrs. M. Newmyer has as her guest Miss Lenore Sigmond of Denver. They will be at home to their friends Friday afternoons, 607 11th street northwest. The Corinthian Yacht Club gave its first dance of the season last night at the-Cairo. It was a great success. Mrs. J. Eakin Gadthy will not be at home until Thursday, January 28, and Informally Thursdays in February. Mrs. D. Percy Hickling will be at home tomorrow afternoon and will have her sis ter, Miss Jean Stone of Pittsburg, with her. Mrs. Woodworth Clum will be at home Fridays for the remainder of the season at The Iowa, Iowa Circle. Mrs. A. T. Britton and the Misses Brit ton will not be at home tomorrow, but will receive Thursday, the 28th, assisted by Mrs. F. S. Hunt and Mrs. Alexander Britton. A birthday party was given to Miss Mar garet Torney, to which many of her friends were Invited. Music and gameo were in dulged in and refreshments were served. Those present were: Miss Rosia Simpson. Miss Vera Murray, Miss Iola Cator. Miss Bessie Pyles, Miss Edith Malony. Miss Pearl Murphy, Miss Pearl Zlrkle Miss Florence Glllott, Miss Catherine Potbury, Miss Leah Tilgman, Miss Edna Orem. Miss Mary and Jeannette Shank. Miss Hellen Anderson. Miss Lucille Clement, Miss Hazel Walker, Mis-s Florence Taylor, Miss Margaret Torney, Miss Jamie Torney, Miss Hat tie Torney, Master George Orem. Master Fred Winkler. Master Calwel Golden. Master Herbert Crutchley, Master Elbert Pyles, Master Raymond Pyles, Master John Clement. Master Albert Hav enner. Master Frank Murray, Master George Simpson. Master Charles Scherzer, Master Wlndell Taylor, Master Earl Taylor, Master George Torney, Master Ben Taylor, Mrs. Mahony, Mrs. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Torney. Senator and Mrs. John F. Dryden enter tained at dinner last night In h6nor of Mrs. Garret A. Hobart. In the company to meet her wer: Senator Fryo, Senator and Mrs. Alger, Senator and Mrs. Spooner, Surgeon General and Mrs. Rlxey, the paymaster of the army and Mrs. Alfred's. Bates, Mrs. John W. Foster. Mrs. Audenreld, Mr. Gar ret A. Hobart, jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony R. Kuser and Senator Gallinger. Mrs. Alles gave a luncheon yesterday in Mrs. Shaw's honor, the others present being Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Armstrong. Mrs. Keep. Mrs. Sylvester, Mrs. Wllkie and Mrs. Dover. Mrs. Root, wife of the Secretary of War, will be at home today, from 4 to 6. This is Mrs. Root's last day at home in Washing ton, as she will leave for New York within a few days. - Major and Mrs. Hoxie have returned to the capital to reside, the former being de tailed here for duty. At present thoy nro at th? Prince Karl Apartment on K street, where they have leased an apartment for four months. A genuine welcome has been extended to the mator and h'.s wife by scores of their old friend*, and general pleasure Is evinced by their return for what la most likely to l>? their permanent resi dence. Mrs. Ben White, 1115 New Hampshire avenue, will no* bo at home tomorrow, but will he glad to see her friends Thursday, January UM, and Thursdays In February. Mrs. William R. Hodges of 1910 Baltimore street will not be at homo tomorrow, but will be at home January 28 Informally. Mrs. J. Schlffman of 1302 Harvard street will be at home Fridays, the remainder of the season. Mrs. E. 8. Moore and Mrs. Moore Rich ardson entertained a company of sixteen at luncheon yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. William Zeh gave a hand some reception last night at their home, 1201 17th street. In compliment to their niece. Miss Madeline Kengla, whose mar riage to Mr. Frank W. Adame will take place tonight. About two hundred guest* enjoyed the hospitality, which also waa In the nature of a house warming of the new home of the family, which has been beau tifully transformed into a colonial dwell ing. Mrs. Zeh wore a most becoming toilet of light blue crepe. Mrs. Gillespie, who Is receiving on Tues days. had many callers yesterday. Mrs. Leonard Wood and Mrs. A. E. Bates as sisted. Mrs. McCreary. wife of Senator James B. McCreary, will receive at the New Willard Thursday. January 21, from 3:30 to 6:80 o'clock, and will be assisted by Mrs. Smith. Mrs. James, Mrs. Stanley. Mrs. Gooch, Mrs. Gilbert. Mrs. Kelioe, Mrs. Hopkins and Mrs. Hunter, wives of the representatives in Congress from Kentucky, and also by Mrs. Thomas Sherley, mother of Representative Sherley, Mrs. Remington of Philadelphia and Miss Gooch. Mrs. Abram Llsner will be at home the first and second Thursdays In February. Mrs. A. P. Gorman, wife of Senator Gor man. will not ho at home tomorrow, owing to indisposition. Mrs. Hermon E. Burgess of Hyattsvllle. Md., gave a birthday party last night, when fifty friends and relatives were present. She received some handsome presents. Dancing and other amusements were enjoyed. Re freshments were served. Last night at the Church of the Reforma tion, Capitol Hill, Miss Helen M. Day and Mr. Edgar R. 8. Embrey of Richmond were married by Rev. W. E. Parson, D. D., the rector. The ushers were Messrs. Charles L. Seleoman, Hugh Oram, Charles B. Graham, R. H. Van Nest, Harry Sprucebank and Al vin N. Day. The bride, who was escorted by her stepfather. Mr. G. B. Van Nest, was attended by Miss Nell Trazzare. Mr. A. M. Embrey was best man. The bride was dain tily gowned In white crepe de chine and car ried violets. The bridesmaid wore pink crepe and carried pink roses. A reception followed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Van Nest, when a delicious supper was served. Among the out-of-town guests at the cere mony and reception were Mrs. George B. Day of Newark and Mrs. Lear of Red Bank, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. William Rector of Bal timore. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Embrey and Mrs. S. D. Embrey, all of Remington, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Embrey started last evening for a short northern trip, after which they will reside in Richmond. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been Issued to the following: Abner H. Walfsinger and Lula V. Kid well. Edward E. Sims of Warrenton, Va., and Eva F. Clark of this city. Florence A. Sullivan and Nellie H. Swee ney. James Shorter and Elizabeth Nash. Norris Riley and Lucy H. Frazier. Hermann A. Masko and Eva J. Wilkerson, both of Prince George's county, Md. James O'Nell of this city and Maud O. Springman, of Fairfax county, Va. Lewis J. Strange and Sophia Dent. Andrew B. Peacock and Bertha M. Wathen. R. Victor Bailey of Baldwin, Kan., and Blanche N. Simms of Fairville, Md. Bernard Counters and Josephine Curry. Hall Smith of Winberg. Pa., and Martha Holsinger of Manassas. Va. William C. Bell of this city and Nannie Layton of Fredericksburg, Va. Walter Richardson and Bet tie Willis. Frank W. Adams of Richmond, Va., and M. Madeline Kengla of this city. Albert M. Seavey and Gertrude M. Shel don. James Stewart and Ada G. Maddox. Aubrey T. Broaddust and Eloise Mc Whorter. Theodore Williams and Susie Weathers. Samuel H. Bryan of this city and Clara L. Crockett of Martlnsburg, W. Va. Walter Jones and Julia Ringgold. Asa W. Sawers of Bluefield. W. Va., and Lottie L. Kirby of Richmond, Va. Deaths in the District. The following deaths were reported to the health office for the twenty-four hours ending at noon today: Marinda Alexander, 1100 Goat alley, 03 years. Cora Bauman, 3038 P street northwest, 34 years. Adline Belt, 1239 4th street northwest, 02 years. Henry L. Blout, 1128 5th street north west, 71 years. John Brodigan, 15 K street southeast, 4 years. Wm. H. H. Clagne, 821 11th street north east, 64 years. Emanuel Gaines, 210 Desmond's court southwest, 23 years. Laura Green, 1327 Half street southeast, 34 years. Wm. H. Hewlett, 320 G street southeast, 32 years. Samuel Jones, Washington Asylum Hos pital, 70 years. Lucretla M. Kerr, 1438 N street, 08 years. Emma King, 912 Florida avenue. 33 years. Henry King, 3043 M street northwest, 01 years. Alfonso Lewis, 1231 Wylio court north east, 4 years. Mrs. Mary Ann Murphy, 1713 8th street northwest. 07 years. Ellen Barry May, 2428 K street north west, 41 years. George W. Menchine, 3103 11th street northwest, 74 years. Robert Nail, 002 Elm street northwest, 20 days. James Nails, 3813 M street northwest, 9 hours. Albert J. Nichols, U. 8. Soldiers' Home, 00 years. George A. Reider, Government Hospital for the Insane, 04 years. Sarah Roy, Freedmen's Hospital, 06 years. James Coleman Sewell, 1009 5th street northwest, 13 years. Granville Sheton, 225 Wilson street north west, 25 years. John Henry Wallis, 911 5th street north west, 77 years. Julia Washington, 1739 T street northwest, 70 years. Theresa Wills, 49 Fenton street north east, 2 years. James F. Wilson, Washington barracks, 29 years. Additions to Engine House Fond. Upon recommendation of Chief Engineer William T. Belt of the fire department, the Commissioners today forwarded a commu nication to 8enator Allison, chairman of the Senate committee on appropriations, re questing that $1,000 be added to the esti mates of tho Commissioners, for each of the engine houses recommended for the fiscal year 1905, and asking for favorable action thereon. The Dartmouth Annual Reunion. The Dartmouth Alumni Association of this city has arranged to hold its twenty ninth annual reunion and dinner Tuesday evening, February 2, at the Hotel Raleigh. President Tucker is expected to be present. There will be a business meeting at a quarter past 0, followed by a general re union of the members prior to the dinner, which will be served at 7 o'clock. A report Is expected at the business meet ing of the extremely saUsfactory progress made toward the formation of the new university club, in which all graduate mem bers of the association will be interested. Summer School Established. Among the noteworthy things accom plished by the board of trustees of Howard University, which held a semi-annual me?tfng yesterday, was the i*tiibHsbm''ilt of a summer school to b? held In July un der the auspice* of the teachers' collie. The course* offered will be both acad-mlo and Industrial, and will appeal largely to public school teachers here and elwwliere. Lewis B. Moore, dean of the teachers' college, was made director of the summer school. N?w Dry Dock at St. John, N. B. A work that is expected to cost about $1,000,000, and In which contractors In th? eastern part of the United States are ah >w lng much Interest, is the construction of the Imperial dry dock for the Canadian government at St. John, N. B. The De partment of Commerce and T?sbor has just received from United States Consul Myers, whrse station Is at St. John, the Informa tion that bids for the construction of this deck will be received until February 8, 1004. MARRIED. PARKER -DONOVAN. Oft Jsnusry 1*. 1904. at the Cathedral in Baltimore, hv the R?r I,. O. Donovsn. THOMAS (1. PARKER to MAY E. DONOVAN, both of Washington. D. C. ? DIED. RF.hrenft. On Tuesday, Jsnnsrv 19, 1904 at 10 o'clock a.m., HENRIETTA M . beloved wif# of Charles Hehrena, aged llfty-nlne year* ami fire months. 'Tis hard to hrealt the tender enrd Where love has bound tha heart; "Tls hnrd, so hard, to spenk the words "We moat forever part." Daareat loved ona. I have laid the# In the peaceful grave's embrace) Hot thy memory will be cherished Till I see thy heavenly fsca. Peaceful be thy silent slumber. Peaceful In thy grave so low. Thou no more will Join our number. Thou no more our song will know. Yet again I hope to meet thee When the day of life Is fled, And in heaven with Joy to greet the*. Where no farewell tears are shed. BY nKR DEVOTED HUSBAND. Funeral from her late residence, No. 1311 tlth street northwest, on Thursday, January 21, at 1:30 o'clock p.m.; thence to Orace Evangelical Lutheran Church, corner of I3tb and Corcoran streets northwest, where services will be held. Relatives and frienda are respectfully Invited to attend. Interment at Rock Creek cemetery.* CARLEY. On Tuesday. January 19. 1904, at 11:45 o'clock p.m., at residence 2528 L street north west, FRANCIS, the youngest son of William and Mary K. Carley. Funeral will take place Friday, Jannary '22, at 2 o'clock, from parents' residence. Relatives anil friends Invited to attend. 2* COLEMAN. Suddenly, en Tuesdsy, January 19, 1904, LEROY A., only and beloved son of Edgn A. and the late Katie Daughtou Coleman, In his seventeenth year. Funeral on Thursday, January 21, at 2:30 o'clock p.m.. from Hurley Memorial Presbyterian Church. Interment private. Friends and rela tives Invited to attend. * DORN. On January IB, 1904, MARY A. DORN, beloved wife of the late Louis F. Dorn, tn the thirty-fourth year of her age. May she rest In peace. ? BY HER FATHER AND MOTHER. freudenthal. On Tuesday, January 19, 1904. at 7:45 o'clock a.m., W It. FREUDENTHAL. Funeral private, will take place from hla daugh ter's reBldeuce, No. 1629 Vermont avenue north west, on inursday, January 21, at 2 o'clock p.m. Please omit flowers. 2* KANODE. Departed this life Wednesday. January 20. 1904. at 3 o'clock am., JOSEPH R. KANODE. aged eight.v-aeven years. Funeral from his sou's residence, 1314 Maryland avenue northeast, at 3 o'clock p.m. Thursday, January 21. Funeral private. ? KERR. On Monday, January 18, 1904, st her res|. dence, 1438 N street northwest. LUCRETIA M KEItlt. eldest danghter of the late James David and Lurretia McLean Kerr. Funeral from St. Matthews Church Thursday morning. January 21, at 9 o'clock. Interment private. 2* MENCHINE. On Monday. January IS. 1904. at 4 o'clock p.m., at 3103 11th street northwest, GEORGE MENCHINE, beloved father of Wil liam, Ixwls and Florence Menchlue and Mrs, Grace Wallace, aged seventy-four years. Interment at Newark. N. J., Thursday, January 21. (Newark papers please copy.) McINTYRB. On Wednesday, Jannary 30. 1904, ANDREW McINTYRE, a native of County Down, Ireland, for a number of years a resident! of Georgetown, D. O. Funeral from late residence. 3015 N street, George town. Friday morning, January 22. At 9 oVlock from Holy Trinity Church. 2* McPHERSON. On Monday, January 19. 1904, JOSEPH McPHERSON, husband of Adllne Mc Pherson. _ . Remains to be viewed at Mt. Zion M. E. * hureh Thursday. January 21, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Funeral at 2:30 o'clock from the church. ? RICE. At Montague. Mass., on Tuesday, January 19, 1904, A. MELLEN RICE, beloved husband of Mary Stickney Rice. TRDMBO. On Tuesday. January 19, 1904, at 10 o'clock p.m.. DAVID T., beloved son of I/ouls C. and Mary S. Trumbo, In his thirty-second year. * . . . Funeral on Friday. January 22, at 2 o clock p.m., from 322 N street southeast. Friends and rels tives Invited to attend. Intermsut at Arling ton. VOSE. On Tuesday, January 19. 1904, at 8 o'clock a.m., at his residence. 1414 K street north west, JAMES A. VOSE, formerly of Uaugor, Maine. _ . , Funeral from his late residence Thursday. January 21. at 11 o'clock a.m. Friends and relatives Invited. WALKER. On Tuesday, January 19, 1004. at S:<5 o'clock p.m., Mrs. FRANCES WALKER, lti her seventy-fourth yesr. Funeral services at her late residence, -.10 11 street northwest. Thursday. January 21, at - o'clock p.m. Interment at Norfolk, \ a. 'Nor folk papers please copy.) WHITE. On Monday. Jannary 18. 1904, at <i:3d o'clock p.m., at his residence, 1413 32d street, JOHN M. WHITE, beloved husband of J>u evleve White, ?nd son of the late Robert Funeral* services at his late residence at 2 o'clock D m Thursday, January 21. Interment at Oak Hill cemetery. (Michigan and Kansas papers please copy.) WILLIS. Entered into rest January 19. 1904. a? 8 05 o'clock p m., at her home. 920 24th street northwest. SARAH WILLIS, widow of David T. Willis; mother of Robert T. Willis and the late Clem Willis. "Sweetly sleeping In Jesus " Notice of funeral In morning paper. (Chicago pa pers please copy.) In Memori&m. COLE. In loving remembrance of my dear mother, MARY E. COiJJ, Who departed this life Janu ary 20. 19ol. Gone, hot not forgotten. ? BY HKR daughter. MARGARET. EASTON. In memory of our mother, MATILDA E \STON. who departed this llfs January 20, 1881. RICHARDS. In loving remembrance of my dear husband. JOHN M RICHARDS, who died t?n years ago today. The depth of iny sorrow tongue cannot tell At tbo loif of my JmsbuDi) 1 loved bo Wll; And wntle he lies In peaceful sleep Ills sacred memory I shall always Keep. BY HIS LOV1NU WIFE, SARAH M. RICHARDS. 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