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can Guarantee a SavtW6 of se% en prtee. qEed ubr@ws es DIAMONDS Of Regal Beauty, Unequaled in Brillian6Y and Rare Cornbinations, which Bear,' the Closest Inspection. When one thiriks oi Diamonds they should have in mind something brilliant, beautiful and mounted in unusual designs. We have a regal display of Dia monds, mounted and unmounted, or in combinations with other precious gems. This display is unequaled in Washington. For brides and bridesmaids and for other gifts there are countless suggestions in this com plete stock of Diamond Jewelry. Diamond "Princess" and fancy Cluster Rings, Necklaces of Dipmonds and other combinations with Pearls and Fancy Gems, Brooches, Lavalliers, etc. The display is so large and complete as tb nake an easy choice for all-whether you desire an elaborate creation or a small single diamond. A quarter of a century's time devoted to diamond selling is a positive guarantee for every gem that leaves our establishment as to quality and lowness of price. R HARRILS & CO0 * IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS, 7th and D Streets N. W. James B. Henderson, 933 F St. Wall Papers, Fine Furniture and Upholstery Goods. Wall Papers as : Low as 2c. Roll During Our Stock-Taking Sale. N order to make- room for new goods we've made extraor dinary reductions on very desirable Wall Papers, Lace Curtains and Upholstery Goods. Some broken lots of Wall Papers may be liad for as little as 2c. per roll. Other big bargains are: 10c., 122c. and 15c. Papers............4c. and 5c. roll 20c. to 35c. Papers........................6c. to 8c. roll 354. to 75c. Papers......................Ioc. to 25c. roll V7Some very dei:rable Papers in above sale, ranging from Room lots to 50 rolls. Reductions on Upholstery Goods Lace Curtains. at HALF PRICE. General reductions of 20% Cut lengths of Upholstery Goods and Cretonnes, in a on Lace Curtains. Some odd variety of choice patterns, pairs reduced 33%. reduced to half price. James B. Henderson, 933 F Street N. W. i~t ++.++ V+V+++++++++____++++++++++++ Your Bank Reflects OF Credit on you in direct pro- - _D1 portion to its character and D standing. -Wht I yor bnk? Isoneof he DRUNK ENNESS CURED TO STAY CURED BY "What is your bank?"' is one of the first questions asked by a credit man or a business man desiring to find out N hiTE R O RmdWMN the standing of a person. GV TI LS FWTR E.CFE Ha aia ndsrlso $4,- daptiefralaloiledins hte t5e0atieto. aItsfionedficerste antipper, retr r e ftehge to aea peiefrachlclqosatr lsgandingi inRemdy.thea cadema. Desirabdlof rccaeuttcuenoandaitadditio theall orichewuilaril, powerwedldeted rasore reecetivtenomaihelthrseati. standing inhhetciti.b21 Tremtt.ey dWRbenord alete o advice reer el ain e oa d ne ro po. Al ler cf etaly Desrale ccuns, o ater owetrveo ast eobol aserd i te Rb smllorho lrg, rewecoed be Rmeyaol b rmaent ery he als and receiveinterestsnt ma i ie peain package, pricerand0. ter andommnedb y special maeti sington.m o,f r~ l4 Penna.acke and tco ati 1495 G Street. Charles J. Bell, President. 1-1il gaelc WekeliteheemkeUinE, prer Liver Oil, if you JO N H R U , would derive the ~ I,~iaae PoeN 81 greatest benefit. -I O ATASPRO ULT Bet ter than any emulsions or -P I T ORE Full Pts., cnhl"""unR WeIo rt th" 5 . VIl RrIL re ths a inaur -~ strength. gE7Bottled in FULL W *i Thompson Pharmacy, -l stehgettp fMcaia ans Frank C. Henry, Prop.,703 15th St. -oesgetrsrse at ogradi fe20-220d H UBBARD HIEATI NG CO. Tee DWR ::12 TWENTY-FIVE YEARS' EEPERIENCE. aeMR Steam andHo Water ACAN Largest, mostiomlet and hest Scth KN$14 equipped shop in Washington de-IM. 31 voted exclusively to this class ofTo a n i C, work,.t Poe96 Repairing and Remodeling. WE WILL ESTIMATE FOR YOUJ. Fe oslain Telp sn1.28. Omces. 918 F st. n.w. Skie MdcaA vi. W atCh Repairing Pamc n eia fie A Specialty. H M OAII WATeu CRYSTAL............l. 10e.5? cman.1a. MAINSPRING .......... e.~r 1~ xw ExetoAl wo k warrsnted one ys. WaeeB.tf Isadore Kahn ,' 7 t. n., OrScet'i fe11-78?.,14 eGnd. FotApan s Headquarters &SN FVr Violets. White LUlae. LUly of the vall e. J EOO3 MASSe. B~ooaadag and other Plants. *141.1 41 IYWSTCream14U & IceNs. Webeiee e ak fierurr Gearance of Carpets and Rugs. A sale that materially re duces the already low prices tliat have made this exclusive floor coverings house popular. Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums of ex clusive qualities and new est patterns are in the clear ance at a fraction their worth. Carpets Reduced. Worth. Special. Brussels Carpets. $0.75 $0.49 Axminster Car pets........... $1-35 $0-72 Velvet Carpet... $1.15 $o.67% Rugs Reduced. worth. Special. Brussels Rugs, 9 ft.x12 ft.......$20.00 $13-50 Smyrna Rug, 9 ft. x12 ft.........$20.oo $11.50 Axminster Rug, 9 ft.x12 ft.... $30.00 $17-50 Wilton Velvet Rug, 9 ft.x12 ft.$32.5o $20.00 Wilton Rug, 9 ft. x12 ft........ $40.oo $26.50 Linoleums Reduced. Worth. Special. Linoleum........ $0-75 $0.50 Linoleum........ $0.95 $0.65 Giddings & Steele, Floor Coverings Exclusively, 8113 Pa. Ave. It 36 6 1?9 . F1our in time for the next bake. You'll find it easy to turn out the lightest, -whit est, sweetest and most nutritious, bread and rolls. "Ceres" Flour is supreme in quality and puri= ty. Experts say it's the best flour in the mar= ket. Your grocer will supply you with "Ceres" Flour. Refuse substitutes. Win. M. Galt & Co., .sWholesalers of "Ceres" Flour, First St. and Ind. Ave. For Pure Olive Oil that is used as a food and medicine, for salads; for the stomach, for constipation, for stone in the bladder, to prevent the formation of uric acid, Full qt. cans, as imported...65c. Full %/ gal. cans, as imported.$i.15 Full i gal. cans, as imported.. $2.30 Go to Evans' Drug Store, 922-24 F St. N. W. de7 -78t,28 USED PIANOS i3DUCED. Making a clean sweep of the accumulation of used and "rent" pianos here-at a fraction their value. Easy terms if you wish. WM. KNABE& CO., eJohn Herbert Corning, TILE SHOP. 520-522 Thirteenth Street. Stock Mantels At Cost. felS-tt A Delightful is assuedif urchiell's good "Bouquet" Coffee Is used. Remarkably fine flavor, 25c. lb. N. W. BURIHELL, AND A sToZEkac AM LIVEn TasLMs., 07NXVMR FAILSa t ONE CA a YOR sWIN 11t better an& mate lasin' rsuts ha ye S~thod beftr in yw life. Follow directions tr a Peransat Care. AS. a IloArMuasr It hasa eqUaL --AT ALL DRUGGISTS'. ASHINGTON LUTE=S: AND GOUT-! have rwely sed r aMt o s and Gna 2M st, and by Its se I have been CUred Very rsactfslk, troued tevo w__t_ Into covl~n hc olaslt from three to twelve hours at n tide. I hart think the bek elts of Veronica Water ca be overestimated. I think It saved his life; I certainly, give it the creit of so doin. Very tr r. DeMAIN Jr., Palite, Ol s and Glass. . M at. n.w., Wash g to . .GD. C. KIDNEY PAL IN BACK AND uAD.-* thFn trores which I b~ve had for year-, my honest opinion of Veronica Water Is presed I sented to be, end I do not think Its eq~a~ V cult in bottles. euarate AR, orematk No. 14 =g~ne'AFire Dept.,. aolute have sufacred with these troubles for some time and I can say under oath that Veronica Water has done ma for me than all other treatnkents and remedies emp bined. Rlespectfullyb JNO. HART. 3d Precinct Police, Washington, 1..Q, Trde niioed by BuEV A VEMM, AGENTS, 219 DTH c ASHINGTON, D. 0. fe2l-t.ths.-80 " end Us Your Old Funture For reuphosteng or Cfo pairing. No6iiidfter how-dif ficult thework we guarantee absolute satifaction. Drop postal-wagon will call. -Barqnietry F l aid. rte..s. ft. Wurde man &Co., + o2th St., ure ors PresideNto of Math IrNTERIOR DECORATORS a n;uER8HS". fe2l-tn.tft-SO "Osur hnShown Window" In led with Typewriter Paper-quaty go rrice dirt cheap. Come by and wee. Come In and examine. King Paer Co, 421 11th St. N.W. fel6-tb.s-tu,3m4 OGRAm'S TWIN STORES. FAVORS for -George Washington -Birthday Affairs. SPT MO0T TO0 suitably Mounted and decorated mounted-pictures of the first President and of Martha WaRhington-views of Mt. Vernon sne a variety of other things equalr rpprprlate. 92*VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. Twin Stires, DRUGS AN &OVELTIES, 0110. PTH n'. nu AVE. 1fe21-tu,ths,40 Store closed Washynjeta!ejAhday. 1 oclock. ~~ E zIe a spciat of aid of the a Resting and Remounting jew els. *Those who have precious'stoaes in old set tings will be urprised to see how beautifully they can be transformed into pendants necklaces, brooches, rings, etc. Drawings and estimates fur nished without charge. eciaugural Bali Tickets for sale. GALT & BROS-, Established Over a Century. JEWELLERS, SILVERSMITHS,. STATIONERS fe21-tu, th~s.14 Pioune plaemsfi cuThe piano-selectiol -t h n aid teatfi OW rnaetale agnsiWah ndtn fot Pinoa SanersF.MSth&a Co.j PROF 1-*7 tF STRE. t o HART'Soa dcoaios Thsated bhy ths. pEialab,,e, ft WEDDGS. DIN. CNERC, LUNHONSRA, c. Conautale2s fe21-tu~tts,e,.14;e 11ire LCms for the cin.Augai frnnansR l Lam . es at I00i WU KVX Otht 1e8111t A a Caint Omen - hesnneI The President and Mrs. Roosevelt will dine tonight with t* Secretary of the In terior and Mrs. Hitchcock. Senator and Mrs. Dryden and Represent ative and Mrs. Sibley will be other dinner hosts tonight. The Secretary of the Navk and Mrs. Mor ton had a young company to dinner last night in honor of their son-in-law and daughter,. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Potter. The company further included Col. and Mrs. Bromwell, Miss Elkins, Miss Gaff, Miss Mitchell, Miss Cassie Schroeder, Miss de Koven, Miss Mary Southerland, Miss Upham, Lieut. U. S. Grant, Lieut. For tescue, Lieut, Andrews, Paymaster George Deering, Mr. William R. Merriam, Mr. Murray Cobb, Mr. Rog' Wetmore and Mr. James Lounsbery. Mrs. Hay is in New York for a visit to her daughters, Mrs. Payne Whitney and Mrs. James Wadsworth. Jr. The Whitneys are leaving shortly to stay with Col. Oliver Payne at Aiken, S. C. Mrs. Rudolph Kauffmann will be at home tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon for the last time this season. . - Mrs. Beale R. Howard will be at home tomorrow afternoon for the last time this season. Mrs. John W. Foster will give a small informal tea today in honor of her guest, Mrs. ,Weicome of London. Justice and Mrs. Harlan gave a dinner last night in honor of the Secretary of War and Mrs. Taft. Baroness von Sternburg, whose absence abroad has prevented hospitaitty at the German embassy since the new year, gave a small tea yesterday, being assisted by her sisters, the Countess de Faramond and Miss Langham. Yesterday in the Enisonpi church at Palm Beach, Fla., the 1arage of Mss Gwendolen Whistler, daughter of Mr. and Krs. Thomas Delano Whistler of Baltimore. ind Rev. Richard Lewis Howell of Philadel phia and Washington, and one of the wealthiest clergymen in America, took place quietly. The bride and her parents left their cottage on Lake Worth in the yacht Genevieve, which started from their private pier. The cabin was transformed Into a bower with bride roses, white car nations and lilies of the valley. This was the only display in an otherwise severely plain wedding. The boat stopped at the church dock, two miles up the lake, where Mr. Howell and his best man, Capt. Frank Howell, an uncle, were waiting for the party. At the church the betrothal service was read by the associate rector, the Rev. Charles Tempie, and the marriage cere mony by the rector, the Rev. J. M. Mul ford. This was followed by the communion service. The bride wore a white gown, ex quisitely embroidered, and carried a large bouquet of lilies of the valley, tied with white chiffon. She wore a white lingerie hat The return trip to the Whistler cot tage was also made in the yacht. The only guests, aside from the immediate relatives, were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Oglebay and Miss Oglebay of Cleveland, Ohio. After re freshments were served Mr. and Mrs. How ll continued their trip in the yacht down Lake Worth, and wil spend their honey moon cruising, probably in Biscayne bay. Mrs. Frederick Stevens gave a small dance last night, for which about a hundied guests assembled. Miss Roosevelt and Miss Marion Stevens' contemporaries in the deb utante set as well as other friends and double the number of dancing men made up the company. * Miss Perie Anderson, daughter of Judge and 'Mrs. Anderson, welcomed a large gathering of young people yesterday after noon, having as her assistants Miss Am piros, Miss Calderon, Miss Enid Shaw, Miss Warnock, Miss Lambert, Miss Mary Re mey and Mrs. Warren Fairbanks, while in the dining room Mrs. 'immons and MIss Lobel did the honors at the handsomely appointed table. The Cuban minister and Mme. Quesada gave a dinner last night, when their guests were the French ambassador and Mine. Jusserand, the Chilean minister and Mme. Walker Martinez, the minister from Nica ragua, Mme. Perez, Mr. and Mrs. Gore, Mrs. Rockhill, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wal ton, Mr. and Mrs. William Alden Smith and Col. Edwards. M. and Mme. Quesada will give a small dance Friday night, following a dinner to celebrate the anniversary of the beginning of the Cuban war for independence. A pleasant time was spent at the home of Miss Roberta C. Bowen last Tuesday, when she entertained at a valentine party. The prevaling color, red, was tastefully draped in the parlor, where countless strings of hearts mingled everywhere, and immense ones, some pierced by Cupid's dart, hung in the doors and windows. One of the fea tures of the evening was a heart hunt, thor oughly enjoyed by all, the fortunate ones being Miss Lois Meeks and Mr. Charles Parker. At a late hour the guests, amid music and gaiety, sought the dining room, which was decorated in pink. The ice cream was served in Cupid and heart mnolds and caused much merriment among the young folks. The favors were pink sachet hearts for the girls and red ones for the boys. Among those present were Miss Annette Mead, Miss Edith and Frank King, Misses Mabelle Peck, Lois Meeks, Normie Worthington, Ethel Pumphrey, Grace Zur horst, Bessie Kean. Maud Pumphrey and Messrs. Kennedy Meeks, Joe Rose, Edwin Jones, William Hill, Francis Deiter, Albert L~,ynch, Russell Thompson, Charles Parker, Robert IJa1l, Mrs. S. P. Nelson, Mrs. F. A. Brumagin, Mrs. H. Z. Greer, and the out of-town guests were Miss Phillips, Mrs. W. C. Woodward and Mrs. H. Z. Hall. Mine. Cannagt and the Countess d'Orsay, with their little sons, sailed Saturday from Paeola, Isle of Corsica. They come to be the guests of Mine. von Steinmneyer to at tend the inaLuguration. The Trolley Euchre Club was entertained by Miss Irene Pole Saturday night. After an exciting contest the first prizes were won by Miss Hawkins and Mr. Krieter, the second prises by Miss McCoy and Lieuten ant Pole, after which supper was served. the table decorations being in red. white and blue. The favors were hatchets and flags. Those present were the Misses N. Bessellevre, M. Wells, L. Pole, A. Hobbs, J. McCoy, L. Hawkins, the Messrs. G. Evans, R. Krieter, E. Potter, W. Kemper, Lieu tenant Pole and Corporal Miller. The next meeting will be held March 11, at the home of Miss Strett. Mrs. E. Plowden Hickey, jr., will be at jome Thursday, February 23, Mrs. Thornton Chesley will not be at home Thursday the 28dj-but will receive the collowing Thursday at the Woodey. Mrs. Robert L Fleming will receive to norrow from 4 tof6 for the last time this season. Mrs. Shaw, wife of the Seeretary of the rreasury, will not receive tomorrow. Miss Spofrord andi Miss Nicolay, 1621 Mas lachusetts avenne, wilt be at homa tomor ow, but not unatil 5 ofeloek, Master Robert Narn Sbya entertained sey sral of his little friends from S to 8 last iruesday evening,. -in honor of his* thir# birt~y Gansweepaed.ate hc Were age .A 1e ue r 2% rde 9t asetsrtheast. rti until 11 p.ma. T he~plr e hadisoggely decorateand amay ws-ne dislyed. tro9I ewru Mrsa M~yo, B..WrIght, 14W P street northwest, will be at home tomorrow. Mrs. J. Eisputa Daly will give the last of her saepies. of Wednesdays' tomorrow from 4 to 6, 112 F atreetnortheast. .Mrs. Daly will be assisted by Mr. Norman Daly and others. Mrs. William Slaughter Hardesty will not be, at home Wednesday, February 22. Mrs; Gilmore and Mrs. MacLeod of 1841 Princeton street will not be at home to morrow. Mrs. H. C. lakemanh will be pleased to see her friends- Wednesday, 22d instant, at 918 M street'northwest, from 3 to 6 p.m. Mrs. S. C. Heald and son are at Atlantic City. Mrs. Flora F. Klein of Capitol Hill is ispending this week in New York. Mrs. C. B. Jewell and Miss Jewell *will be at home the first and second Wednesdays in March Instead of Tuesdays. Mrs. T. Steiner and Mrs. Norman Luchs will be at home Thursdays, 517 L street northwest. Mrs. A. G. Adams and daughters. Mrs. Thomas H. Means and Miss Adams. will be home Informally after 4 o'clock Thurs day, February 23, at 947 Rhode Island ave nue. Mr. and Mrs. Gerson Strens of Pittsburg, Pa,, are-visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Abel of 44 T street northwest, It is understood that Miss Alice Roose velt - will accompany Secretary and Mrs. Taft on their visit to the Philippines next July unless other engagements prevent. it Is probable that the trip will be made on the army transport Sumner and will oc cupy about three months, allowing one month each way and one month in the is landa Mrs. Maddox, wife of Representative Maddox, gave a tea yesterday at the Met ropolitan Hotel, where a large company was present and the hostess was assisted by Mrs. Berry, wife of Senator Berry; Mrs. E. B. Lewis, Mrs. S. B. Cooper, Mrs. Wm. Green Sterett, Mrs. George W. -Lake, Mrs. John Sharp Williams, Mrs. S. W. S. Dun can, Mrs. Robert Eirwin Cowart. Mrs. E. R. .Berry, Mrs. Judge Byrd. Mrs. Senator Mc Laurin, Mrd. Minor Wallace. Mrs. George A. Mansfield, Mrs. Robert Callahan, sr., Miss Pauline Lewis, the Misses Cooper. Baldwin, Cameron, Denman, McLaurin, Lewis and McEnery. Mrs. Cooper, in the name of all the assistants, presented Mrs. Maddox with a handsome gift and later the entire party sat down to super to gether, thus finishing delightfully the en joyment of the day. Xarriage Licenses. ' Marriage licenses have been Issued to the following: Arthur Owens and Mary Isabel Drury, both of Hyattsville, Md. Harrison W. Wallis and Mary E. Dono van. Theodore Walter and Amelia Lambrecht. Temple Gray and Cornelia Hayden. Spencer Randolph and Josephine Harris. Harold W. MacConnell and Jane M. Browning, both of Pocahontas. Va. Fielder A. Gibson of this city and Mary E. Tarlton of dt. Mary's county, Md. August Schlegel and Annie M. G!ebel. William H. Fox and Louisa Gordon. Samuel A. Moss and Lottie Perkins. Samuel Krigbaum and Mae A. Warren. Andrew Moton and Bertha V. Johnson. Edward Cooper and Jennie Miller. Leonard H. Davis of this city and Annie M. McCarthy of Fredericksburg, Va. Stewart Abel of Prince William county, Va., and Emma L, Snellings of Stafford county, Va. Joseph G. Ball and Mary Jackson. Stanhope Lacy and Bessie Banks, both of South Boston, Va. Deaths in the District. The following deaths were reported to the health office for the twenty-foglr hour end ed at noon today: Edward Banket, 61 years, 1700 C street northeast. Infant of Georgie S. and Simon C. Bur nett, 1 day, 1346 27th street. Leonard Chambers, 64 years, 1207 Wylie street northeast. Ralph F. Gilento, 1 year, 825 North Cap itol street. George F. Currie, 34 years, Emergency Hospital. Matthew Curtiss, 64 years, United States Soldiers' Home. Felix R. Denham, 1 year, 619 Whitney avenue northwest. Mary Endres, 00 years, 1229 New Jersey avenue northwest. Elvira A. Fielding-Fell, 78 years, 714 A street northeast. Mary Forrest, 24 years, Washington Asy lum Hospital. Dorethy Goldberg, 12 days, 1108 7th street northwest. John Gotthardt, 73 years, 744 Sheridan street northwest. Sarah Harbin, 82 years, 724 7th street southeast. Gertrude Hill, 27 years, Columbia Hos pital. Emma D. Hinke, 21 years, 1403 New Jer sey avenue northwest. Rosa Jackson, 38 years, 1006 KIng's court northwest. Maria R. Kennon, 72 years, 100 U street northwest. John Lindguist, 55 years, United States Sodiers' Home. Maurice D. Lloyd, 49 years, 1322 E street northeast. Ralph E. Martin, 37 days, 28 Jefferson street. Anacostia. Henry Morton, 50 years, Washington Asy lum Hospital. Infant, of Chas. A. and tva McElhinney, 5 weeks, 17%, Bates street northwest. Annie Partridge, 60 years, 56 L street northwest. Nancy Pulley, 91 years, Washington Asylum Hospital. Jane E. Reilly, 71 years, 733 5th street John H. Schriver, 3 months, 523 5th -street northeast. Ada Sin, 16 years. Freedmen's Hospital. Alfred H. Smnith, 59 years, United States Solders' Home. parah E. Smith, b6 years, 508 9th street southeast. Charles Trusty, 44 years, 1547 4th street northwest. Harvey Williams, 8 months, 9 Ballwin row northwest. Ernest Wilner, 68 years, 134 7th street northwest. Mary WIlson, 2 months, Kenilworth, D. C. Dr. Stafford on Hannet. Great interest Is being manifested in Rev. Stafford's lecture on Hapnlet, which is to be given next Tuesday afternoon at the La fayette Square Opera House for the benefit of the work-for poor ehurohes and the Ia dies of Charity Society of St. Patrick's Church. The sale of tickets has been very great and a large and distinguished au diece will greet the eloquent speaker. In h hemeaaia lectures Dr. Stafford combines rare a=nytical -thought with won derful eldeutionary powers, and an after epp of great -piessure' Is looked forward to by b~.m~ friend' and b* all air er of SaeWmrah art and literature. 5000 AuCteITls Shoebsa-Go.A. Thayur ad Mrs, Thyr, RmyJoh4.n G. Catter, Mon taa; Guns Rugers, Nest TE*0 Maus Sees, Nw Yorki- S S. MuRiTMWo Neurk; Masmadeitat Thea, N- Ottr, Manenne Mae. A, Mao, uenos Ayres. - ' r~~qfeti'# Ma s It, Eanisi WaI eser, p ..t.- ,Uns, .M .r N. C413Mr3~ , Mgps Teame Now York; AssUo4-era. Phi*l . J. Hosleurst, rooklya; LA LstoA. t Paul; W. Robissem, Ph " Frank Jeanklnr Now York; John a. Philadelphia, --1aleigh-Henry Martin, New York: A. gas, Pittsburg, A. C. Paul, winep lis; W. R. Crawford. Franklin Ohio; J. J. Whitac,.,-canton, Ohio; E. P. Putaom New. York. -ZNors=hdient.e'1Utmead ' Louisyine, y 4.; eh A. GilM Vata. Ilad. Ter.; P. L. Sopher, inits, lad. Ter; L. Rustins. Phil adelphla g q"4 Brookln; Julius Mi. =yr Newftokh IN UNCOMMCIOUS CONDITON. Frank Erwin, Aged -Sixty, Overcome .y Gas Fumes. Frank Erwin. sixty years old, employed as a watchman in the Post Office Depart ment. was found in ark unconscious condi tion about 11 o'clock this morning in his room, 468 Pennsylvania avenue. He had been overcome by gas, and was in a criti cal condition when he reached the Emer gency Hospital. There is a combination gas fixture in the room occupied by the watchman. and it is thought that when he extinguished the lght last night he acci dentally opened -the jet that supplied the gas stove. James West, the colored porter in the house, had been in the habit of call ing Mr. Erwin at 7:30 o'clock each morning, but this morning it was late when he reached the hotel, and he did not go to the top floor. About 11 o'clock. while passing through the hall, he detected the odor of gas and went to the room. He found Mr. Erwin in the condition stated and sent for a policeman. The ambulance was sum moned and the patient was hurried to the hospital. It was stated at the hospital this afternoon that the patient was still in a serious condition, but that he had a chance to recover. Mr; Erwin was appointed to his position from Guilford county, N. C. TRIEUTE TO' P. H. XACKEY. Copy of Eulogies Spread Upon Xinuteo of District Supreme Court. The justices of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, sitting in general term, with Chief 'Justice Clabaugh, and Justices Barnard, Anderson. Gould, Wright and Stafford on the bench, this afternoon formally received the resolutions eulogistic of the late Franklin H. Mackey. which were adopted at a meeting of the bar held the 10th instant. Chief Justice Clabaugh di rected that the resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the court. They were pre sented by Mr. Jesse 11. Wilson, vice presi dent of the Bar Association. DIED. BARBER. On Tuesday. February 21. 1905. after a short illness, LAURA HELEN. daughter of J. Roland and Fannie Scrivener Barber, aged fifteen months and eleven days. Notice of funeral hereafter. CALDWELL. On Tuesday. Fbruary 21. 1903. at 4:45 o'clock a.m.. at the home of her sister, Mrs. Emma Laycock. 1412. Duke street. Alex andria, Va., Mrs. ANNIE CALDWELL, wife of 1. W. Caidwelb. Funeral services at the resli'ence of Mrs. Layeock Thursday aftermion. February 23, at 3 o'clock. (West Virginia papers please copy.) * CHENTER. On Monday. February 20, 1I0. at 5 p.m., MARGARET, tbloved wife of lWennis Chester. Funyeral frmm her late residence. No. 1027 North Capitol street northeast, on Thursday. February 23, at 1:30 a.m. Mass at St. Aloyslus Churc% at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respect fully invited t2 attend. 2* DENHAMIf. On Sunday. February 19. 1903, at 12:35 a.m.. at the home of his parents. 619 Whitney avenue northwest. FELIX RANDOLPH DENHAM. son of Bolling F. and Lena V. Des ham, aged one year. Fold his little hands together, Close his bright and beaming eyes; Like a bioken lily faded, Pale and beautiful, he lies. Interment in Manassas, Va. , ESTES. On Tuesday. February 21. 190-. at 1:30 p.m.. at his residence. 1540 T street northwest. LLEWELYN G. ESTES. Notice of funeral later. GRAY. Departed this life Monday. February 20. 1900, at 4:55 .m., at Freedmen's Hospital RICHARD Al N- GRAY, Sr., husband of Lavlni% L-:ne Gray of Arlington, Va. Rest, spirit. rest. Funeral froma ia late residence. Arlington. Va.. thence to Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Thursday. February 23. at 2 o'clock p.m. Relatives-and friends are respectfully invited to attend (New York and Alexandria papers please copy.) * GRINDER. On Monday, February 20. 1905. Mrl. ADAM GRINDER, widow of the deceased Adam Grinder, aged eighty-three years. Funeral on Wednesday, February 22. at 8 a.U.. from her daughter's residence, 308 N atreet southeast, thence to St. Vincent de Paul Church, corner of South Capitol and M streets southeast. KRAFT. On Monday. February 20, 1905, at 12:30 p.m.. JOHN KRAFT, son of Annie and the late John Kraft. Funeral from his late residence. 820 10th street northeast. Thursday, February 23, at 9 a.m., thence to Holy ,arne Church. 0 SOLGER. On Tuesday. February 21, 1905. at her residence, 1F30 Cincinnati street, JULIET SOLGER. Notice of fun.... hereafter. (New York and Bos ton papers please copy.) 2* THORN. On Tuesday. February 21. 1905, at 9:15 a.m., BLANCH IRENE. only child of Morris K. and Bessie Tho.rn, aged eleven mont ha and twenty days. "Angel eyes are watching Our darling baby sleep." Notice of funeral hereafter. In Memoriam. ETCHBERGER. In loving remembrance of my dear mnothe'r, FRANCES A. ETCHBERtGER,. who died two years ago today. Gone, but not- forgotten. * BY HER DAUGHTER. GREEN. In loving remembrance of our dent' father. NICOLAS GR EEN. who entered Into rest fourteen years ago today. February 21, 169l. Weep not that his tolls are over, .Weep not that his race is run; God grant we may rest as calmly When our work, like his. is done. BY HIS CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN. Sleep on, grandpa! I hope to meet you by ann by. BY HIS DEVOTED GRANDSON, WALTER FER GUSON. dIALL. In loving remembrance of SARAH B. HALL, who died Fetruary 21, 185. Gone in the best of her days, Blighted in womanhood's bloom; Torn from the hearta that loved her, To sleep in the ailent tomb. * BY HERt HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. WIMSATT. In loving remembrance of our darling little girl, THELMA LOUISE WIMSAT, who died live years argo today. February 21. 1900. * BY HEAL PARENTS ANDO GRANDPARENTS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. J. WI. IAM LECE, Funeral Director and.Embalmer. Livery in connection. Comm~odious hapel and modern crematorium. Modest prices. B82 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. Teiephone call, 1355. se2-tf-'4 Joseph F. Birch's Sons, 3034 M St. N.WV. hO oclfi-tf-4 W. R. SPEARE, Undertaker & Embalmer, Everything strictly first-class and on the usn rEasonable terms. I'henes Main 421 aei6-tf-to - GEURUE P. ZUILUMST. Undiertaker and Emnbalmner. Funeral P'arlora. 30l East Capitol at. Telepbeae Eaet 372. ee13-t FRANK (MEIER'S SONS,j 1ll3 SKA'E.'Yl ST. N.W. 3Modera Chapel. Telephone carli. North 35. Inhl0-tf- - CUdertaker ad Esabalaer. 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