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DULIN & MARTIN CC
A Carefully and Completely Stocked Christmas Store. HIS store is stocked throughout with appropriate gifts for everyone. But, despite! the vastness of our stocks, there is no evidence of indifference in selection. Every thing shown possesses the merit essential to an accept able Christmas remembrance. The useful, the beautiful and the unique are here in most generous variety, marked at prices within the reach of all. Upon request, purchases will be reserved and delivered at any specified time up to and including December 24th. Some suggestions worthy of attention are: Pitchers for Gifts. Juvenile China. Pitchers of English Doulton, Burs- A unique collection of Chia, se lem and Swedish Pottery make es- lected especially r children. The pecfally pleasing gifts. A number of various pieces are decorated with quaint shapes and decorations from which to select. etc., making them particularly at Fancy Gift China. tractive to the "younger genera Pretty Salad and Berry Bowls, over tion." Included are Mugs, Plates. a hundred kinds .......... 25c. to $15.00 OtelSt,ec Decorated Cracker Jars, about 2 dosen patterns, eac .Setc. to 5.00 Sgesin frM n Decorated Chin a Chop et, tosi $1.85 to $16.00 Set. Quaint Wall Pieces of weathered Nearly two dosen patterns of Ber- oa Including Pipe Racks, etc. ry Sets...............$1.50 to $12.75 Set. Handsome Decorated Fish Bets, Unique Cigar and Tobacco Jars, in $12.00 to $75.00 Set. the form of birds, animat , etc. Fowl-decorated Game Sets, Decorated China Mustache Cups $9.50 to $40.00 Set. adSue. Rabbit-decorated Rarebit Bets, Od Brs $4.00 Set. Natural Color Melon-decorated Letter Openers, Ink Stands, etc. Sets...........................$16.00 up. Steins in abundant va4ety. Ship Over a hundred patterns of Pretty ment of new patterns and odd shapes Decorated Chop Dishes-French China, received. Prices 25c. to $13.50. $1.15 to $7.00 ' Turkey-decorated Turkey Sets. $4.23 $6.00 Set up. German Wine Tureens... .$9 to $13.00 A Notable Art Ware Exhibit. Every admirer of Art Ware should view this excellent ex hibit of high-class productions. A gift selected from such a col lection will reflect the good taste of the donor and prove a source of greatest satisfaction to the recipient. Rockwood and Teco Pottery, elegant specimens. Beautifdl Imported Electronners, unique effects. Handsome Lamp Shades, silk, metal and glass. Bronze and Marble Art Objects. Marble Pedestals and Teakwood Stands. Desk Pieces of glass and metal lace work. Quaint Green Bronne Kettles and Stands. Arts and Crafts Chafing Dishes and Stands. Weathered Oak Silver-mounted Steins, Fern Dishes, Wine Cool ert, etc. Hand-wrought Copper Pieces. AlU noted makes of European Pottery, Including Royal Bonn, Royal Doulton, Imperial Teplits, Royal SaIs, etc. flSlin & Martin Co., SUCCESSORS TO M. W. BEVERIDGE, mn1215 F Stn and 1214a16=18 0 St.es juBuy Hardware Gifts at a Hardware Store." HOUSEHOLD REMOVALS. eXmas News.0 Household establishments re- Gift "snaps" for early shoppers. moved to other cities in this country and abroad with the sBa rney & Berry 5eC. least possible trouble and at Ice Skates - co- - moderate charges. t BEatit l Iprted E 2 pc. Carving Sets, $n Storage Dspartmet. h_Special gs. B e a3 pc. Carving $250 Sets, In case- 2 1140 Fifteenth Street. T ol Ces. Arts~ ~ andl Crafts; Choon D$hsad'tns Tools - = mm-.3 UIp to $20. Tool Cabinets, $e.t0 (.1 /T Good Tools - - AllotedmakofEuroean poty Tolun Chests $Bonp, DGinarateeince Knive, The 5 Fs Shoe aor Wome-16=18 and St. eitHseshoesarshets rie-a canve de othen cte stom thisDC IliD ooaker hose chrgeouble and a Inodr chis rcio,es. h bs Etmateril obanalrnused i thee. e an~ gie ou"Bttr Hardware, iot Pa . Avaese. wormanhi,XfraseNkilwe-. ployedift "urning out these shoesers. factory wherentey arermade0th facilities for.dingvgood work,ar maker poesses3 pa. Ca rvaing 5 o .5r He0 can teen th yoStr,t. with the wieovarietysosstyleodan can berkmaned p, ecin. 150ather-.yinar stye and idth geery norll-aroundtx cence tyles shoseesiriyaretes aaliie wiehaas cAn few style from the custome partmaer who and e doubl C hsnd. t f matris bahabeoe Sop intryWr ios these. He an'tUgFYeyoa bettr worhadesh p ord te sll tem-l _yed_n_tuningout heseshoe GodSecals of the higeGtlorder,andaineth makereraoGlasses, He can' evenYouyouabeder,efo onnwatstyreles,i partfew stleo sel thtcustomtde Therost pheSop,a bedo s ee on- o-t-h,e. l Shaes. Sl ".n' esa,,s-y yAos a faHirT so un t. N.W.U~Pot upl o oVOwsES I)IOS ae nted or GoRoos - -RT EmptyrTooeethepure tonep Com I -ty t! G..u uaazos....$I.oo You're5c.wayd wec 1235 OSStieff1 Pianos. Hav areptaio etoe ,Nol * he sam hi af WmetM to. that t tt.amat bs dan. It ersmlei wtOtea bme e gie. 4sids K * -. Sauiers& 1327F deZ (" -Xmas Gift -Sale of Ladies' The $2 Kind for 04a Here's a chance to buy the best sort of a Christmas gift at a big saving. Thos beautiful Dolge In liets, satin quilted In black and red and felt in black, red, blue, etc., the daintiest house footwear ever designed-and a Christmas gift that any lady would welcome l and appreciate. s pe c ial X m a s O g .I gift sale at...... Don't a t offr they'll be sold out long before Christmas at the rate they are going now. Why Not a Pair of Those Swell ""I. J." ComfortShoes as a gift for yourself or'for others? The easiest and most graceful shoe on the market for men or women, and fn of style and snap. Prices, $3.50 to $6. Crocker's, 939 Pa. Ave. Hair Brush. Yo. want a gmod oue, solid back, pue bristle. Price, 50, 75c.,-$1 & $1.50. 9 . GUARANTEED. GO TO Evans' Drug Store, 922 and 924 F Street. de-St.IS Lamps And Globes for Xmas. t y TeHINh A ste te S PrelacePings~ :s is-8 5 - 'jr Waks ..d 7.1gssm u iewa i r esathat isur ;t.N.W OPEN EVENINGS. HURS. NF ipection of our variulne of peae ett evs ar et most de . t7Parehases laid'raside for de livery at any desired date. Saks FPur Co., Manufacturing Furriers, Cor. 13th and 0 Sts. de7-w.e'.m.40 Odd Things Not Found Elsewhere. BERRY & WHITMORE CO. Jewelers, Silversmiths, Stationers. CHRISTMAS - GIFT combining 'f}nest . qual ity with tWte ?>tistic merit and umiqueness of design is always jsprq thee highest appreciatio . - TSuch emas Gifts are shown here in abundance. dilpectje n in vited. Berry& Whitmo r Bldg., Gor. P & n (th Sts. de7-40d o T-it can undoubtedly be purchased to best advantage at Cornwel;'s, where the finest of Imported and Domestic Table Luxuries are al ways obtainable at lowest prices. 7Trm Cornwell's "blend" of .ava and Mocha Cofee. No higher. 3e. ilb. G. C. Cornwell & Son, Wholesale and Retail Grocers, 1412-1418 Penn. Avenue. de7-w,f,m,40 tobs adanag aitinctnvel wher the istofImptied andh Does Tofl LuStineaetz Furs was xbainl aturchasters. He7re oruwill filnd the ria ndch Wholesalites an fReti grocents and 214iecesn Avenu eio. showar excisintipota WMk orIChNStm S.cin fom'T' the dist ntivkrch liigss Sinemetz" Fur eatesin puraers Here y2th walfnd th rich est q hales u ale reti adiEus avedsrpin sho aecuiey prtz where. hooltis so :Sne emtSo HattersnFries lata CataeRn Harr i . the W M& of Mr. seaf PiVa"n.i Wrmdm at tla dtV Thb ear y was' perormad n 'the p Sort et M. and Mrn. Alfred T. Barrh par ens of t e bIrde, on West pa*n stret. Only the farnes. of the bride and groom were present, among the latter being X m Ber>ah Wilkins and Mr Robert W111ins. 'aother and brdther of the groom. The bride was attended by sheer, Mss Kate Harris. After their r rg.trlp Mr. and Mrs. *ikins will take up their residenCe at 1717 Massacbusetts avenue. The bride. is a charming young woman and has many friends in this city, made during her fre quent visits. The Secretary to the Presiderit and Mrs. Loeb left today for a ton days' visit to Albany, their fo.mar home. The gowns worn yesterday by Mis Edith Clapp at her marriage to Count de Deiple. de Rougemont and by her attendants were very elegant. The bridal toilet dress and veil was of point d'Alencon, first worn by the bride's mother. Mlle. des Portes de Ia Posse, who was among the bridesmaids, was dressed in white liberty silk, trimmed with lace and embroidery, a white lace hat, trimmed with white feathers, and carried a white lace muff, trimmed with sprays of pink roses. A small flower girl in Irish lace and chiffon and a large chifon hat and a. small page in a cavalier costume of satin and lace were picturesque attendants. Late in the afternoon the Count and Count ess de Rougemont left for this city, where they will pass. several weeks. The bride's traveling dress was of blue cloth, with a velvet hat to n,atch. On their return from this trip they will pass several weeks in New York before going to Paris. Mrs. Morton, wife of the Secretary of the Navy, has given the use of her drawing rooms tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 7 for the Christmas besaar of the Co-operative Society. This charity aims to help those who are willing to help themselves by sew ing, etc., although its benefactions are dis tributed to the hospitals, asylums and other societies where the old, sick or small chil dren are cared for. The Marine Band will play at the bazaar and the following well known matrons and maids will preside at the various tdbles: Miss Elizabeth Kean and Mrs. George X.' McLanahan, fancy goods; Mrs. Frederick Keep, Mrs. J. P. Story, Jr., and Mrs. Fairfax Harrison, dolls; Miss Wil liams, Mrs. Livingston Hunt and Miss Boardman, fancy table; Mrs. George How ard, tea room assisted by Mrs. Charles Hal lam Keep, Miss Oliver, Miss Durand, Miss Glover, Miss Alice Warder and Miss Pauline Morton, Miss Syeltmore, Miss Robeson, Mrs. Corcoran Thom,- Miss Warder, Miss Ward and Miss Josephine Boardman will have charge of the raffles, and among the arti cles are an Italian lace cushion and dolls, given by Mrs. Roosevelt, and a beautiful lace tea cloth, given by Mrs. Richard Town send. One of the chief points of interest will be the display and sale of the Dolly Madison, rugs, which are woven by the so ciety on Its own loom and which are so much admired. Miss Maude Wetmore and Miss McMillan will be in charge of them to morrow. Representative and Mrs. Dalzell gave a dinner last week, when the guests of honor were the Secretary of Commerce and Labor and Mrs. Metcalf. Miss Helen Cannon, daughter of the Speaker, returned yesterday from the west, having spent the last three weeks at her home after a series of visits with friends In St. Louis during the autumn. Mrs. Chaffee, Mrs. Henry Kirke Porter, Mrs. Cromwell. Mrs. Needham, Mrs. Rich ardson. Mrs. Charles J. Bell and Mrs. Yar row will form the reception committee at the students' ball tonight at the New Wil lard given by the board of lady managers of the George Washington University Hos pital. Both ball rooms will be used and supper is Included in the purchase of a ticket. The floor committee will be a large and most efficient one and include many of the prominent men in general society. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Foster entertained at dinner last night for the French am bassador and Mme. Jusserand. Judge E. C. and Mrs. J. Ellen Foster en tertained a small party at dinner last even ing In honor of Mr. Warren S. Stone of Cleveland, Ohio. Invited to meet Mr. Stone, who is grand chief of locomotive engineers, were Senator Dolliver, Miss Dolliver, Repre sentative and Mrs. Brooks, Miss Elisabeth F. Pierce, Mr. David Mulvane of KAnsas and Miss Helen Varick Boswell. Miss Eleanor Kelly of Denmore Park, Baltimore, is in the city with a party of friends for a few days. Miss Kelly is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kelly of that place and, possessed of a distinctive charm of manner and truly hospitable nature, has endeared herself to a wide circle, both in Baltimore and Washington. Among the party of sightseers are MP. and Mrs. John Trainor, Miss Helen Trainer. Miss Kaehxerine Fills, Mr. Rothrock and Miss Rothrock. All of the party hail from Ba4limore. They have .apartments at the Raleigh Hotel, Lest Friday Jnight the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Madison Fiedler, 1319 North Capitol street, was, the scene of a happy gathering of relatives and friends in honor of the twenty-first lbirthday of their son, Milton A. The parlor and dining room were handsomely decorated with roses, carnations, chrysanthemums and ferns. After choice selections had been rendered and games indulged In the guests were in vited to the dining room, where a bountiful repast was served. The table was beautiful ly garlanded with lavender, streamers and ferns, the center attraction being a pyra mid cake adorned with violets and twenty one lighted tapers. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Madison Fledler, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Boewell, Mr. Jacques Jove nat, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Relser, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. Lanman, Mrs. Mary ..Hartig, Miss Mir.nie Jouvenal," Mimnes Masle, Gertrude and Clara Fiedler, Florence Graeves, Ger trude Marloir, Myrtle Fiedler, Florence Jouvenal, Sallie 'Philips, Rose Knorline, Helen, Alice and Grace .Ashley. 14.t= Lindsay, lMorothy Tanman. Hazel Glidden, Isabelle Wilson, Messrs. -Milton A. Fledler, Jouvenal and Lionel Fiedler, Walter Mar low,- Win. Fidler, Walter .Gill, George Stcrm, Karl Hartig, Ralph Sanman, Karl Reiser, Master Charles L anmn..= Mrs. Elizabeth A. Hamns of Capital Hill is spending a few dayS in Neiw York. The marriage of Miss Clara Bertha Cox, doughter of Mr. Frank Cox of Ilainton r~a. Cngrss eigts.and 'Mr. Reuei 3, Brslntokplace Moday ev at the resMdenos of the bride. Reyv. G. Dife*nport, -the rector of the Protestant picjupeshat Aaola the youngcoleroh41 et - tions of their redat4 has bn i ath s , ad es ha. especir ds M naiewhe huned l iwi aftiseets Mr. Ar .an w of 6 ing -h -fesh Orebesta The Men's it . Chkreh of the C se nt, save ecslimtis to thetie 40-8 i theb sl nr was a very ' one, the cuhsrc bee reoeived by A. Aspi ofthe society. Mrs Asplnwall Andrew I. Shannon, An vice prsi dent, Mrs. Slannon and Rev. Dr. and Mirs.. FUuit A musical and literary pro gram illed the evening most acceptably. the fnlowint part: Male quartet, Mess=s. McFira, Turpin, Resde and Humphrey;- song, Mrs. J. Clarence Price; duet, Miss Carrie I.. Burkhart and Mr. F. P. Reeside; soag Mr. WillIam D. McFarland; reading, Mr. John Tweedale; song, Mr. 1. Walter Hu ;phrey, song, Mrs. Thmas C. Noyes. Accempanist, Mr. Harvey Murray. Mrs. Converse, wife of Rear Admiral Con verse, will give a dinner tonight. In honor of Mrs. Vanderbilt, who Is staying with her. The following will be the guests: Miss Vanderbilt, Miss abrodes, Miss Shely Con verse, Lieut. Butler, Lfeut. Ulysses Grant 3d, Lient. McLean, Rest Admiral Catts, Mr. Wainwright and Dr. Dix. 7N ag Liesasss. Marriage licenses haye been issued to the following: John H. Fletcher and Harriet Smith, both of Prince George county, Va. 'Patrick A. Gilibooley and Margaret A. Vaughan. John A. McDonald and Katharine E. En glehart. Paul W. Jefferson and Louise E. McKen ney. Wm. H. Wetsel and Catharine A. Mo Carthy. Harry L. Skinner and Ella V. Hamilton. John R. Butler of Mecklenburg county, Va., and lllie H. Neblett of Lunenberg county, Va. Edward Tabbe of Anacostia, D. C., and Sarah Campbell of this city. Armistead Jones and Annie King. Harry M. Ellis and Emma L. Schnebel. William B. Hayden and Mary C. Kiernan. Edward L. Currier and Cora L. Gellett. Frederick B. Shirley of Calverton, Va., and Eva M. Kinsel of Bristow, Va. James T. Stansbury and Myrtle D. Fa near, both of Richmond, Va. James R. Barnes and Catherine Mat thews. George Ball of Westmoreland county, Va., and Clara Johnson of this city. Robert A. Reynolds and Resle E. Wood. Deaths in the -Disdriet. The following deaths were reported to the health office for the twenty-four hours end ed at noon today: Bertha Bell, colored, 49 years, 1134 21st street northwest. James C. Bird, white, 77 years, 812 8th street northeast. Elisa Blackstone. colored, 118 years, 326 Wilson street. Earl Braxton. colored. 5 months, 494 Cul linane avenue southwest. George Brown, white, 6 days, Children's Hospital. William Ferguson, colored, 60 years, U. S. Patent Office. Mary Ford, colored, 36 years, Washington Asylum Hospital. Edward P. Hayes, white, 7 years, 801 4th street southeast. H. Percy Jaquette, white, 18 years, 817 13th street northwest. Amanda Johnson, colored, 60 years, Freedmen's HospitaL Mary P. Johnson, white, 24 years, 629 F northwest. Jane King, colored, 52 years, 1926 New Hampshire avenue northwest. Mary L. Morahall, colored, 10 months, 316 8th street northeast. George Martin, white, 73 pears, Govern ment Hospital for the Insane. Mattie Matthews, colored, 22 years, Emer gency Hospital. - Jaipes A. Milstead, white, 56 years. 1215 E street southeast. William J. O'Brien, white, 44 years, East ern branch. Louise Rowlett, colored, 48 years, Freed men's Hospital. " Daniel Sample, colored, 118 years, 1804 Vermont avenue. Theodore W. Tallmadge, white, 76 years, George Washington University Hospital. Body Idemided. The name of the colored man who was in jured by a train near Mgruder's station Monday night and died at the Emergency Hospital yesterday morning, as stated In yesterday's Star, was Neal Duckeett. His home was In Garfield. where his fathe Neal Duckett, sr., lives. The father called at the morgue yesterday afternoon and Identified the body. He could not account for the presence of his son in the country Monday night. His son, he stat lf home Monday morning to go to 1wor he did not return home at night sonme un easiness was felt and his father made in quiries for him yesterday. Coroner Nevitt gave tie nueesry death certificate and an undertaker removed the body to the home of the deceased's father. Charged With Thef. George Koskia, thirty-one~ years old. 'was arrested this morning by Detectives Par hamn and O'Brien and held on a charge of theft. Lloyd D. Addison, his imaployer, caused his arrest. He alleges that Koska took several lamps, but the young man de nies the- charge. The case will be disposed of In the Police Court tomorrow. Keception and ColoniaI Tea. The ladles of the Hi=mionary Bocl'ety of the Washington Heights Presbyterian Church have arranged to receive their frends at a colonial tea to be given at the church this evening from 7:30 to 30 o'clock.. Prebyterian Nemaroetty. The Women's Home Missionary Society has arranged for a smeeting tomorrow at the Westminster Presbyterian Chnrch, and ,be addressed by Mrs. Reed, a former gst Of Bal4 Lake City. Her subject 'will we the present conditions of Mormon ,Clanne.snroan nm Fank stown, father and sm Bive la Southast Waddagten. They q ttel,d 6e aight beens the father o o s em eWn mta PODne.esAams aSrivet uis the se.sie fand 4uened tayam6 at, not unti The sea was tajmn,fte eastdy, and tMs was assalge is 50 e EinibU'" the assaudt m ,jeft*rI r ~ r' "Pabs. a Ia Us a-imsT' ad iAL e a b .pid. W' r Wat k t.s nteesslewa toea sm.g Crtl.tte t HaU i we+ Only two of the erdltoes of T S U. Wamaan obeyed the amnmw of Mr. "adrew T. Dradley, the sr e, to aam tihe meeting which he had eoged atr S o'elook yesterday afternoon at the cIw hal. The two paesons present were Prede dent Talbott of the Mnteesery County National Bank, who came from mokviles Md., and Mr. William Pantry of this etty, who has a small claim against the bank rapt. The purpose of the meeting of yester day. as announced In the call, was to have the creditors or their attorneys sign the oertAoate of election of Mr. H. Reaier Dn laay os truste of the wa== man estate. Ther failure to do so, Referee Bradley stated today, will be to delay the bank rapt - Notices will be sent to the creditors to morrow notifying them that they mast at. tach their signatures to the papers be [Sore Mr. Dulany can he ei3notiled of his election and enter pen duties of the trusteeship. When asked today by a reporter when the next meeting of crediors will be hel. Mr. Bradley ad: "Not for sne .tie The deteb however. will be i ito st the con venience of Mr. Du .ay This t w!f be held for the e-nati-a ot the hank s d th t cannot bea h taBpaly.Inmy opin, u- daaia been furnished by the title companss as Md the value of the WaRa=m-- proprty." An attorney deplor the lack of terest manifested by the creditors In ftallin to attend the meeting yesterday, and soId "needless and expensive delay" had re solted. Several creditors and attorneys called as Mr. Bradley today and signed the certl cate of election. .L--S NERB.. O. Wdea.day. Decmber 7 10a. by the Bev. wa. floe icr at B , a #A SmY iORR0s 0N RU L. * McDONALD-ENGR ART. O CsAmeRT T. Ofei . P1IdDOMW.e e MOnN A.-woV. *n . maT. 1 h04. by tev. Alexauer t faueasst. mber=A . mlaM J. tm-D. 1t Ders. . BRADIOY. Oa OIsMy Deember 1, 3et. t edt a.. A H.. belsved 1tsAe og.* PAnuesl - Detasber. at .:10 a.m. Brns his fate raiee12 ?i esaeet aastbwest: ta.e .. .. ..i.aae ceh mwhre es *e inquim som oil be said fr torepre of wa CIOHESTE..m Dseeber 5, 10l. at 'Jehs OUIC ai nime. Md. S OUND, of rasealer Det V.. treetr ant War. rratas v1., papers De c*.) rAB On Dember 2. 1p4, at lver Qy AR Idaho. AN, bieLd i et laveela Hae c ace at 1 this Thrd. . TIBSO. O Tesay. December r 1,t4. at is e36esce, 30T D G1040. s tt. Funeral Twuaday, Dem ery D aem e aema+bor at 11 o'clock a. HAN6L. Os hai. Deember 5, 1U00, -t 10:0 . ather home t a attet Math est.e. SARAH .ANEL wife of Gerg V. .aaefal. Fnner seice at her Nate reldese. Thnda , Dmesebtr , at e pm. lateemest Mee. 1, Pa. BOOR. On WWO"im Doeawar ti,34 WSear 61 her age'a raseral 'a. hrlate mesce, 110a P stes. Thursday, Deer S. at i p.m. JONWA. At isdy. Deemaber? L54, after a 1m'lt HIsTeUeOS JO. F =eral= wervaea te. mtereet at Nerfuik. Va. . LEONARD..Os Tsday, paeaa bor. 5,0o. MART N wasw 1 the lae wi A. asid6 1a North Crellm avn sitbas aged rAa3ty-thre8n n = ears. eeNq. rtDer.m at N, whe De r se St. XOL'L51 L Deuarte this Bfe 1f t_mDsaa D bere Withers Me W le s ...at Shl eyd te U le tls. But! wam untileb Brtit tenrh tshay.eDo c.ber S..at clc. TKUI t G. abr a bri rae .....a. .s.A.. .. AmsU1thsElR. DItEwho..r.is.c,11 he Iee8e PBENTR at11i. In.w. mat piae UEWART. AthDdisecs. 23 D stnr.utmath a 34th Cat. JAI. T.EART.- Ne tive Kidl emi Bire, 5.