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fa Secfa Your Choice off Our $25.03, $30.00 and $35. Pattern Hats at * I 2 $15. This offer includes all of our irnnorta tions. Styies suitable for street evening wear. ? it Head=to-Foot Outfitters. u Ave. and | ?> ?? * V | | i ? V J ? *!' T ? * | S I I t V t X ?> I Y i Dl'IJX & MARTIN CO. flamy UmiBque Gifts Are Shown in Our Collection of Copper ? Brass Novelties. SPECIAL holiday exhibit of Imported Copper and Brass Novelties that should interest every gift seeker in search of truly UNIQUE objects. The high artistic merit and distinctiveness of these articles place them among the most acceptable of gifts. Many of the pieces shown are hand wrought. The collection comprises in part: Persian Brass Jardinieres. Imported Jewel Cases. Quaint Brass Candlesticks. Artistic Smokers' Sets. Imported Desk Shears. Elegant Brass Bellows. German Brass Wood Boxes, Copper Fern Dishes. Elegant Tea Trays. Imported Copper Tea Sets. Copper Chafing Dishes. Japanese Qong Sets. Biass and Bronze Desk Clo.ks. Desk Calendars and Blotter Cor ners. Green Bronze Candlesticks. Cigar and Tobacco Jars. Beautiful Brass I,amps and Shades. Damascan Brass Finger Bowls. Imported Bras? Wall Plaques. Brass Umbrella Jars. Bronze Kettles and Stands. Unique Copper Egg Sets. Artistic Desk Sets. Rich Vases and other ornamental pieces. Oulio & Martin Co., China, Glass, Silver, Pottery, Porcelain, Etc., 1215 F St. and 1214=16=18 G St. ?^4*4-4*4*?4*4*4-^ 44* 4-4s ?4-4' 4#4"$,4s4,(4*4* 4* 4'4i4*4,4*4e4,4 'f' T>. H. Stinemetz & Son Co. ejjut ? , T ^ T T ?4? M? t Rich Furs At Moderate Prices. iOU'LL not find another stock offer ing such excellent op portunities for the se lection of Furs suitable for Christmas Gifts. Elegant, stylish sets and separate pieces, made of se lected skins of every descrip tion. Many handsome pieces at VERY MO DE RA T E PRICES. Hem's Gifts. HINGS of quality and p r ac t i c a 1 value? things that every man needs, desires and appreciates: ?Umbrellas. ?Traveling Bags. ??Dress Suit Cases. ?Hat Boxes. ?Rain Coats. ?Automobile Coats. ?Fur Carriage Rugs. ?SiSk Opera Hats. B. Hi. Hatters and Furriers, Son Co. and F Sts, it We'll start your work on hours' notice. HERE'S no delay when we have your order for WALL PAPER ING. Our force of men is large enough to en able us to start the work at once and finish it promptly. The choicest collection of Wall Papers and Fabrics you'll s??. E. N. Richards, 1330 Q St. de?42d IPKCIAI, SALE. ILM. I On. pair of |!umi IU M* cut and far. 4?'~" OcmlSX* ?n Preacriptloaa. A. KAHN, 035 F STKKKT. noll-d.eSu.20t *10 WW4WHI tt r n ff ft w li n ;n> :ntu u n ## "Odd things not found elsewhere." ~ i Opening Evenings. ? THE CHRISTMAS V DISPLAY OF Diamonds, Jewelry, # | Watches, Etc. f $ We show a magnificent col- & )? lection of the most meritorious it 3E goods to be seen. ^ Many pieces are entirely % original, and, of course, ex> jj? elusive with us. jpe Make It a point to look through j1!: this stock when Christmas shop $ pin*. $ Berry & Jewelers. Iva/IU'I Silversmiths,^ Ewhltmore Co.,Stationers, | 1 F and Eleventh Sts. | $ de8 40d * Carpets W O V B N Into H A N DS O M B AMERICAN iiooRisn Fi.rrr bugs. alike on both 8IDKS. ALL kinds carpets used. Drop postal foi rcpreientatlTc TO CALL. Nonpareil Rug Co., trl9-tf-10 IS fTB ST. B.S. Rich mi J 5 Rye, 8 years old, $1.00 quart. A liquid comfort that is a solid one. TOMORROW Quality, then price. sale Many Women Enjoy a | Substantia! Reputation | by the delicate meals they always serve, yet confined to limited -jf les. This is not hard when we have your Grocery and Vv ine ac- K made incomes. count, for we carry a line of goods second to none in the city at a price that makes the limited income a sufficiency. Wine and Liquor Dept. | Is now ready for your strongest demands. jr Gran. Sugar 4/^c. % Best Lard 9c. Fox River Butter 30c. P. & G. Oleine Soap, 7 for. .25c. ;<>; Chalmers' Gelatine 8c. Goods in this column delivered only with general orders. Give us your Xmas order for a trial order, and we arc sure you j>- will give ns your orders regularly in the New Year. Keep tfjistoyourseEf. | Don't tell your husband. Try jjjj a pound of our 25c. Coffee | and see if he can tell it from what ijt you are paying 35c. for. If he JS can he is an expert. & K t RICHARDS MILLER, 1408 114th St. N.W. 3 i 1 f ^ f // //. /?%. SX/y/m V ~ ^ ? 3?" i'f "ample Brass Bed Saflej Every sampHe Brass Bed on the floor priced minder iL 'a' & It E'RE showing too many samples. Actual count shows 89 DIFFER ENT PATTERNS off Brass Beds in the Brass Bed rjom, We're going to weed out those off which we have no duplicates in tlie warehouses. All beds that were under $60 we've reduced 15% and more. This bed will give you an idea off the values: This $33 ?'27 Brass Bed ^ Jl % i .0. 4 x 3? :<c I I Like the only with new style cor= ners. Guaranteed lac= quer, T baSJ joints, 1124=. in. posts. Only one in stocx off this pattern. more values as attractive and more attractive await you. I $ | I 'it When Selecting! Fyrmitore 1 ?from our stocks you're as sured superior quality and artistic merit, irrespective of price. We show nothing that will prove undesirable to . even the most exacting pur- < > chaser. % IC?"Handsomest specimens of <?? genuine Ban Dom'ngo Mahogany J Furniture. H Richard W. Fine Furnltnre and Interior Decorations. F Street N. . dell-BOd 4 4 *************************** Paaoos For Rent. Tlent a piano for the Holidays. Larg est stock of renting pianos In Wash ton, all lb first-class condition, a?d at very low rental. F. G. PIANO CO., E?5E? 1225 Pa. Av. It # Exhibition of the "Dorothy" or Shaker Cloaks and Holiday Goods by the Shaker Sisters from East Canterbury, N. H., at the Shoreham, December 11th to 15th, inclusive. The "Dorothy" Cloak. do9,10.11*13-?t-42 SEE TIIB POTOMAC ELECTRIC OWER COMPANY'S ELECTRICAL EXHIBIT At Clark, Davenport & Co.'s, 11200 F STREET. dell-12t,14 a'-irsjn^Kmran::: I I GflFT FURS. ?Tihe Elegant arcd ?the finexpeosSv? | HE rigid standard to which all furs selected for this stock are subjected insures SATISFAC TORY QUALITY in the most inexpensive pieces. Every price is the lowest for which furs of equal value and style can he secured. 53**Exclusive creations lu Jackets. Muffs. Neckwear, etc. The advantages of early se lection make promptness on your part advis able. Saks F mi r Co., Manufacturing Furriers, Cor. 13th and G. 'Phone 1647. dett-m.w.Sa.40 DELICIOUS i SAUSAGES, Green, Bock, Celery, Vienna, Frankfurters and other S choice * . . * varieties. kAuth^? 62.V29 D STREET S.W. BRANCHES IN ALL. MARKETS. dell-m,w,f,40 "NO CRftAM TASTES LIKE FUSSELL S." AN EXPERT O U could not wish for finer meat p rodu cts than our famous Sau sages. As a break fast d:sh they're un surpassed. Pure, delicious and Invit ing. Order them if you want the best. Fussell's ICE Cream. ?J. ?of more than a QUARTER OF ACEN Tl'RY'S EXPE UtXCK lias limuedl- ' H ute supervision of the "f making of Fusst-ll's Ice Cream. Do you wonder It's so smo>t!i ? and delicious? I'nre materials used exclu sively. ICTA ? unusually large variety of fla vors. "Your" favorite Included. M. T. FUSSELL. t- 1427 N. Y. ave. 'Phone M. 1513. ?T (E?te of 760 Broadway, New York.) T dell-d.aSu.28 Ahvayt. Remnnbcr the Full Jbm* I aaiivo Rromo Qumme Cm-?saCoklinOneD?y, Cripln2 D*ya on every ? 25c '*#-mAf,78t.U THE WORLD OFSOOIEF? MBS. MOORE RICHARDSON AND MB. HEFT TO MABBT. Recent Hospitalities Here and Else where?Timely Personal Notes. Mrs. Elisabeth StaufTer Moore lias an nounced the engagement of her daughter, Mrs. Josephine Moore Richardson, and Mr. Nathan Hopkins Ileft of Bridgeport, Conn. Tho wedding, which will be a very quiet one, on Wednesday, December 27, at noon, will take place at the home of the bride's mother on New Hampshire avenue. Mrs. Richardson Is a great favorite here socially, and la a very handsome and agreeable young matron. Ma), and Mrs. Burr, who are entertaining Gen. and Mrs. Fred Grant, gave a small tea for them yesterday, when the hostess was assisted by Mrs. John A. Cranston, Mrs. Goethals, Miss Eiklns and Miss Marion Oliver. Mrs. Nathan Sargent gave a dinner Sat urday r.ight in honor of Lady Howard and Miss Howard. The Marquise de Monstiers-Merinviile Cnee Caldwell), who is in better health than during previous visits of late years, and Baroness von Zedtwlt*. her sister ,_who have been for some weeks at the Netherland, New York, will sail for Europe within a fortnight. At the marriage Saturday In New York of Mitts Helena Rutherford Ely and Rich ard Morsam Meade, son of the late Rear Admiral Meade, 17. S. N.. the bride woie a superb wnlte satin gown made In princes.3 fashion. The exquisite point lace with which it was covered was worn by her grandmother, Charlotte Livingston, when she was married to John Rutherford. Her. four bridesmaids wore ustiime? of pale pink chiffon cloth, Gainsborough hats trim med with pink feathers and tulle and car ried pink carnations. Senator and Mrs. Klkliis v.iil give a din ner ton ght in honor 01" Gen. and Mrs. Grant. Miss Lota Robinson of Baltimore, who is dividing tiie season between here and 1-er home city, will give a large theater party in Baltimore on the 15th. A special cable dispatch from I/ondon to the New York World says of two well known persons in this city: "Both Lord and Lady Curzon seem de pressed since their return home. He looks much older than his years; his eyes have a weary look, while she seems very fragile. Thev will return to -the Riviera as soon as possible to rejoin their childreu- until the j late spring. Both need complete rest. "Although Jx>rd and Lady Curzon only remained a couple of days in Paris they made extensive purchases and deposited a large collection of rare and beautiful In- 1 dlan gems for setting. Some of these are to be hurriedly arranged as Christmas presents iii the form of pendants, clasps and rings. A circlet of beautiful rubies, mounted as a barbaric ornament, is being unset and the stones are to b<> reset in a clasp of beaten gold, w hie L:?dy Curzon brought from Calcutta as a Christmas present for the Duchess of Fife, now Princess Royal of England. "For the queen Lady Curzon brought a set of gold filigree trays. Quantities of embroidered dresses of splendid workman ship are destined for gifts among Lady Curzon's friends, as to an intimate friend in ./aris she remarked that she would rath- j er not wear such ultra-Indian dresses now that she Is 110 lunger vicereine, adding that they were becoming to her in India, but at home she would wear clothes like all the other women she knew. "Lady Curzon brought two turquoise col lars exactly alike for her sisters." It is announced that the marriage of Miss Thora Strong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strong, to Mr. Reginald RonalJs will not tak? place until after the New Year holidays. It will be a quiet wedding on account of the recent death of Mr. Ro nalds' father, and in all probability will be celebrated at the home of the bride's aunt, #Mrs. Richard Townsend. in this city. Mrs. Theodore T. Shuey and Mrs. Katlier lne Shuey registered at the Paris office of the New York Herald yesterday. Mrs. John Lee Whllmore of this city will shortly be entertained by Mrs. McfOonaehie at a bridge party and a luncheon in Balti more. The coming marriage of Mrs. John L. Kernochan and Mr. John F. Foster is of particular interest in this city, where the former is well known. Mr. Foster will soon sail for England, presumably with his bride, who Is one of the two or three leading cross country riders of the Long Island hunting set. It is likely that the couple will pass much of their time in England hereafter, as Mr. Foster is a Britisher. In her maiden days the bride-elect was the intimate friend of Lady Dufferin. who Was Miss Flora Davis. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Matlack announce the marriage of their daughter, Jessie Edith, to William A. Mitchell Saturday, Decem ber 0, 1905. The Gentlewomen's sale will continue through the whole of this week. This so ciety was established three years ago, and the object was to assist Impoverished ladies In disposing of their handiwork. The work Is decidedly above the average and prices are moderate. The preserves, jellies and pickles are a special feature of the sale. The luncheon, which is cheap in price, but not in quality, Is for the benefit of the per manent fund this year, and it is well pa tronized. The students' ball of tlse George Washing ton University will be held February 23 at the New Wlllard. The music will be by the Marine Band, and the board of lady man agers of the university hospital, under whose auspices the ball Is given each year, hope that no other large affairs will be planned for that evening. Saturday night the commissioned and non-commissioned officers of Company H of the Western High School gave the first of a series of company dunces at Mrs. Dyer's, on R street. The ball room was decoratcd with the school colors, red and white, and the company color, green. The danc'ng be gan to the tune of the "High School Cadets' March." and from then on every one en Joyed themselves to the fullest extent. Re freshments were served during the Inter mission. The chaperons, who are all members of the faculty at Western, were Misses West cott, Reed, Stutz and Wallace. Those on the floor included Capt. William Bland and Miss Dudley Manning, Lieut. Edward Robie and Miss Katharine Alvord, Lieut. Thomas Fariington and Miss Ana Fulton, Sergt. Bfter and Miss Baer, Sergt. Baker and Miss MoXfut, Sergt. Weeks and Miss Williams, Corporal'Lasler and Miss Lasier, Corporal Myers and Miss Myers, Corporal Campbell and Miss Ashton and Corporal Collins and Miss Moon. Rev. H. Baker and family have gone to lower California to spend the winter sea son. Miss Adelaide Heald left Wednesday for Chicago, where she will be the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Hayden, and her grandmother, Mrs. Samuel C. Heald. The marriage of Miss Lela May Edmon ston and Mr. William Francis Doyle will take place tomorrow evening In the Foun dry M. E. Church at 7:30 o'clock, Rev. Robert M. Moore, the pastor, officiating. The bride will be attended by her sister, Mrs. E. O Leech, as matron of honor, and the little Misses Miriam Doyle, niece of the groom, and Gabrlelle Clendenin, cousin of the bride, as flower girls. The groom will be accompanied by his brother, Harold E. Doyle, as best man." The ushers will be Messrs. H. H. Rlddleburger, E. Edmon ston, Jr., L. T. Doyle, T. B. Amiss, Jr., R. Senior and E. O. Leech. Mr. Paul Fish baugh will be organist for the ocasion. The bride will be escorted by her father, Mr Enoch Edmonston, and the German cus tom of exchanging wedding rings will be followed. There will be a reception at the home of the bride for relatives and most Intimate friends, after which Mr. and Mrs. Doyle will leave for an extended trip, Mrs. J. Van Vechten Olcott will be In the DeKoven house, 1329 Vermont avenue, by New Year's day, but will spend this week at the New Wtilard. The Mount H&yoke Alumnae Association will meet with Mrs. Hensley, 1217 M street, on Wednesday evening: at 8 o'clock, Decem ber 13. Talk by Mrs. Frank Wilkin* upon Athens. Mrs. Ann K. Gridley is holding: a recep tion today at her residence. 1511 T street northwest, in celebration of her eightieth birthday anniversary. The parlors are decorated in red with palms distributed about the rooms, making a pretty appear ance. The tea room is beautifully deco rated In pink and green and cut flowers. Mrs. Henry L. Hall, Mrs. George Fuller and Mrs. Ann E. Gridley. (Photo by Mr*. J. I). Mrrritt.t Mrs. William <'rabho received in the par lors with Mrs. Gridley. while Mrs. Lucius E. Gridley, Miss Helen W. Gridley and Miss Charlotte B. Gridley composed the receiv ing line In the tea room. Mrs. Gridley is the mother of the late Capt. Gridley, who commanded the II >g shlp Olympla of Admiral Dewey's fleet In the naval action of Manila Buy. Commander R S. Richards, 1". S. N. (re tired), and Mrs. Richards announce the engagement of their daughter, Cynthia IkiiiIfc, to Lieut Commander Ixmis A. Kai ser, 1". 8. N.. now on duty In the Navy Department. The wedding will take place In January at the home of the bride's par ents in Warrenton. Ya. I>ast Friday evening a dance was given at Takoma Hali, Takoma I'ark. D. by Mr. J. Henry Waters and Mr. Walter Perry. Among the large number present were the Misses Dora nee, Llndsey and Bentley of Silver Spring, Md.; Miss Mc Naraara of Bedford Springs, Pa.; the Misses Weaver. Aarons. O'Too'.e. Condron, Wecden, Bowles c.and Wilson of Washing ton: Miss Perry of Kensington, Md.: Miss Griffith of Darnestown, Miss Dawson of Dawsonvllle, Md.; Miss West of Keyser, W. Ve.: Miss Coon of Takoma Park. Md.; the Misses Griffith of Washington; Mrs. Clinton Adams of Catoctin, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Arnett, Mr. and Mrs. Wlneman of Washington; Mrs. Roland Woo teen of Poolesvllle, Md.: Messrs. Robinson. Palmer, Lansdale and Thomas of Sandy Spring, Md.: Messrs. Conle.v, Herman, Lyddane, Weeden. Dodge, Gaines, Perry and Brooks of Washington; Mr. Hege of Rockvllle, Md.; Mr. Perry of Kensington, Md.; Mr. Chambers of Brunswick. Md.; Mr. Clyde Griffith of Darnestown. Md.; Dr. Bryant ar.d Mr. Harry T. Giddings of Baltimore, Md., and Messrs. Waters, Ford and Jack son of Takoma Park. Mr. Stjuiers and Miss Gladys Squlers, who have been visiting in Washington several days, left Sunday for New York, to sail for Cuba next Saturday. Miss Gladys Is the eldest of three charming daughters and has many friends in the city, where she made her debut four years ago. They were guest/5 at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Hooker Friday. Mrs. Hooker, as Miss Condit Smith, was their guest during the siege of Pekin. Saturday night a dinner was given them by Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Ralston. Mrs. Miller, wife of Lieut. Jno. J. Miller. 19th Infantry, is with her sisters at ICoO 17th street northwest. She will leave ill January, to rejoin Lieut. Miller In the Philippines. A pretty marriage ceremony was per formed by Rev. S. H. Greene of Calvary Baptist Church on Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. L. Johnston, the con tracting parties being her niece. Miss Pearl V. Shipley, and Mr. Roy J. Thomas. The parlors were tastefully decorated with palms and chrysanthemums. The bride wore a beautiful gown of white crepe de chine made princess, and carried an immense bouquet of bride roses. She had no attendants, and only the immedi ate members of the families of the con* trading parties were present to witness the ceremony. The bride's traveling dress was of navy blue broadcloth, with blue hat to match. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas took the 3:45 train for Wilmington, N. C.t the home of the groom's parents, where they will remain for at least a month. They will make their home In Washington. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been Issued to tiie following: Stuart J. Gass and Alia LeGorde Vickerv. Lawrence C. Schwartz of this city and Mamie A. Schmidt of Baltimore, Md. Alfred C. Hutchinson of New York city and Katherine Doye of this cltv. George F. Darden and Agnes C. Watson. William F. Doyle and Lila M^y Edmon ston. George W. Head of Loudoun county, Vs., and Annie E. Huffman of this city. Deaths in the District. Deaths were reported to the health office during the forty-eight hours ended at 9:45 o'clock this morning as follows: Anna Hill Brooke, 33 years, Providence Hospital. Elzle Brown, 5 years. Emergency Hos pital. George Dean, 52 years, 310 Willow Tree ailey. William Gleason, 42 years. Emergency Hospital. Albert Hawkins, 35 years, 1754 12th street northwest. Amelia Huntington Mott, 78 years, 1822 4th street northwest. Joseph Edward Montague, 1 month, 1211 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Lawrence Mason, 3 years, 1230 Delaware avenue southwest. * Myra Maloney, 6 years, 88 Myrtle street northeast. Annie Mclntire, 28 years, 159 Pierce street north wes>t. Michael Partridge, 59 years, 1'. S. Soldiers' Home. Margaret Ross, SO years, 444 I street northwest. Hmma _ Vanderweker, 73 years, 2404 14th street northwest. Hotel Arrivals. Arlington?Henry T. Allen. Manila, P. I.; J. M. Okie and Mrs. Okie, Berwy, Pa.; Ever ett Colby. Orange. N. J.; R. C. Penfield, New York city; Charles Emory Smith. Phil adelphia; Mrs. H. J. Peterbaugh and Miss Peterbaugh, Mackinaw, 111.; W. S. Cowen, Chicago; D. C. Spencer. New York; E. M. Johnson. Boston. Ebbltt?V. Lamb, Oklahoma; Representa tive B. F. Caldwell. Chatham, 111.; Mrs. C. G. Alger and Miss Alger, New York city; R. L. Walker. Philadelphia; John Mitchell, Indianapolis; R. M. Easley. New York city; Mrs. F. H. Clarke. Calumet, Mich.; Robert E. Miller. Jackson. VVyo. New Wlllard?A. M. Brewster, U. S. A.; Lafe Young, jr., Des Moines, Iowa; Alexan der P. Humphrey, Louisville, Ky.; P. Lorll lard. New York city; T. A. Combs and Mrs. Combs, Lexington, Ky.; J. B. Davis, Roches ter, N. Y.; C. H. Hughes, Dixon, 111.; E. B. Townsend. Boston. Raleigh?E. W. Griggs, Richmond, Ya.; Dr. T. H. White, Baltimore; A. Mason, Phil adelphia; W. Q. Cole, Jackson. Miss.; F. Brennan, Buffalo, N. Y.; William Link, Newark, N. J.; Charles Bowden, Philadel phia; D. A. Smith, Pittsburg; O. W. Doe, Boston. Shore ham?M. P. Powers, El Paso, Tex.; B. I. Gardner, New Hampshire; W. H. V. Blng, New York city; A. P. Woodruff. Sa vannah, 111.; Edwin L. Thomas, Yonkers, N. Y.; John Fay and Mr?. Fay, Syracuse. N. Y. Rlggs?J. L. Cogan and Mrs.Cogan, Sioux Falls, S. D.; C. L. Hobart and Mrs. Hobart, Alaska; O. E. Donnal and Mrs. Donnal, Grafton, W. Va.; N. B. Hays, Frankfort. Ky.; n. K. Ilrker. Now York city; Claud* Albright. New Mexico; J. C. Cousins, St, I.ouls; Wllilam P. Grlflln, New York; R. T>. Simmorm, St. Paul. Minn. St. lamw-W. R. Patterson, Iowa Cltv, Iowa; T. W. N?al. Fort Smith. Ark.. F E. Gilmore. Indian Territory; T. Flynn. Now York: W. I.. Morrison. Boston; J. C. Mc Farland, Chicago; H. W. Austin and Mrs. Austin, Knoxvule. Tenn.; A. E Saunders. Atlanta; F. J. Bell. Milwaukee, Wis.; W. I,. Cunningham and Mrs. Cunningham, 8au Francisco. Hotel Normandle?G. E. Waldo and Mrs. Waldo, Brooklyn, N. Y ; J >1. Qrenell, Brooklyn, N. Y.; T. Frederick Clowes and Mrs. Clowes. Brooklyn. N. Y ; Oeo. N. Houthwlck. Albany. N. Y.; Miss M. K. Thomas. New York; H. McMorraii and Mra. McMorran. Port Huron. Mich.; Miss Clara McMorran. Port Huron. Mich . Sen ator A. 8. Clay, Georgia; Charles B. Lj?w and Mrs. I .aw, Brooklyn. N Y.; Hepro sentattve A. 1.. Brick. South Bend. lnd. Hotel Gordon?Henry J. Green. 1". s*. M. C.; Frank Thorp. Jr.. Baltimore; tJ. Pii kard. Chicago; G. J. I,ydeekcr. 1 8 A ; 1". M. Hatch, Mrs. Hatch and Mis.* llatoli, Honolulu. THRUST INTO PRISON. Russian Naval Chief Held for Allepei Conspiracy. A cablegram from St. Petersburg, via \ ifnns, last n'ght, says: Cnpt. Rronitikj-, the chief of the fourth department of the navy, was arrested during the night and imprisoned in the fortress of Sta. J'eter and Paul. He !s Implicated In a conspiracy against a very high personage. In which a'.s> are concerned all the students of the technical schools of electricity. UCiO of whom lia\e been arrested. A special order was Issued by the fiar today thanking the oossaoks for the:r self sacrifice. devotion and loyalty, not only In their foreign sorvice, but In supporting Im perial authority at home. This order is re garded in St. Petersburg as having s'.nister significance. It is believed that this order probably is preparatory to utilizing the cossa.-ks In Imposing a military dictator ship, which the authorities undoubtediy will set up the Instant It becomes feasible to do so. * DIED. BARKER. At 1113 f.smont street northwest, on Sunday, D.vemher 10, lnofi, JOHN H. IIAKKKI: beloved husband of Julia U. llnrker. Funeral aenrlres at the shrine of the (<Hcred Heart, 14th arrt-et aDd l'aric road, Tueaday, December 12, nt 1*:30 a.m. Interment private. No flt/? ers. ? BOND. Departed this life Saturday. December 9, llKKV, at 10:30 o'clock a-m.. at her residence. No. 0 Jackson atreet northeast KI.lZABETIf BOND, widow of the late Thoa. ltoiel Funeral from St. Aloyslua Church Tuesday Decern - l?r 12, at 2 o'clock. (Chapel Point and Port Jobacco, Md , papers please copy.) ? Bit AT. On Saturday, Decembers, 1903. at 2am ut Ms resilience. 1236 8d atreet southwest' AI.KX ANDKft BHAY. beloved husband of I i ances Bray. Funeral Tueaday. December 12, at 1 p.m from M?. Jesreel Baptist Church, r.th ami fc atreets sou then at. Relatives aud friends are iuvited to attend. ? BRESNAN. On Sunday, December 10. 1900 it 6 o'clock a.m.. MARGARET, widow of bau'rl Brnoin. Funeral Tuesday mornlre. December 12. from her late reiddeiicp, ]go.r? Lincoln avenue northeaat. thence to 8t. Martin a Church, wheie a re quiem mas* will t>e said for the repoae of her soul. Interment In Bonnie Braa cemeterr, Bal timore. * ? BCRRIS#. On Decom1>er 0, 1P06. at the residence of ITillln Houser, Grant road, Tennallytown. D. O., LEMCEL P. Bl'ltHlSH, aged aeyentv three years. Funeral service* at Mt. Tabor Church, Weat Wash ington. on Tuesday. De<*ember 12. at 10 o'clock A.m. Relatives and frienda invliad. Interment at Oak Hill. 2? CAMERON. Passed away December ]1. IPOfi, at lo a.m., at her residencr, 614 Marviand avenue northeast. Mra. DON C. CAM EBON. Daughter, wife and mother without reproach. Interment In Minnesota. ? CAREY. Departed t his life, stiddenlr. Sunday morning, December 10, 1IHI5, JOSIH.'A CA HKY. lie leavt'H a wife, three children, two maters and two brothers and a host of fr>nda to mourn hla loss. Notlco of funeral hereafter. ? HAYCOCK. Suddenly, on December 10, ut 5 o'clock p.m., at his residence, 1632 ltfth street northwest, Captain (JK'tKGK I>ANA BOARDMAN HAYCOCK. V. S M C, retired. Notice of funeral hereafter. JOHNSON. Departed this life Sundar. December 10. lfMiT?. ax 5 o'clock a.ui , ALBERT L. JOHN SON, the beloTed husband of Ella Juhuaoti and the brother of Martha .Smith and father of Mammle and Agnes Johnson. Funeral from the Metropolitan Church, M street between Ifitb and 16th street? northwest. Wed nesday. I December 13, at 2 o'clock. Frienda and relatives respectfully invited to attend. ? O'CONNOR. On Saturday. December 9. 10O5, aft 8:30 a.m.. at her reanieuce. 607 I' street uorth west, MARY O'CONNOR, beloved wife of Mar tin O'Connor. Funeral Tuesday. Deeeml>er 12. at ?:30 a m. Re quiem maaa at Church of the Immaculate fV>n ceptlon at 9 a.m. Relatlvea and friends ra ?pectfally Invited. 4* SEYMOnt. On December 10. 1006, at h"r resf dence, 3403 Prospect avenue, MARY CATHA RINE, widow of William F. SSeymour, in tho eighty-fourth year of her age. Fut.eral from Holy Trinity < hurch on Tuesday December 12, at 9 o'clock. ltelatlves and friends Invited. Interment private ? SHAFER. On Sunday, December 10, lJHi5. JOHN" 8HAFER. Mineral from hla late realdeUcc. 1437 Rh?xle Inland avenue northweat, at 2 o'clock, Tuesday. 1W*. ceinber 12, lOOfi. * ZIMMERMAN. On Sunday, Decem!>er lO, 1905. at 11:43 a.m., AUG I* ST, belored huatiaud of I>?onore Zimmerman, In the aizty-seventh year of hla age. Funeral from hla late residence. No. 1417 ftth street north weat, on Tueaday, December 12, at 2 o'clock p.m. Interment at Rock Creek ceme tery. ? In Memorlam. AHTES. In loving memory of otir dear son and brother, HENRY ARTKS, whom (Jod caned home to rest six years ago today. December 11. 1899 ? BY THE FAMILY. KINO. In lovlnr memory of our dear wife and mother, ELLEN V. KINO, who died two yeara aeo today, December 11, 1908. ?om? day, when on our listening ear Shall fall the song of heavenly cheer, "When we shall tread the golden atreet. And there our precloua loved ones meet. We shall be satisfied. Mother, we will meet yon in that city, When our triala of life are o'er; Bonds of love can ne'er l?e broken On that bright and golden shore. ? BY HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. RHODES. In sad but loving remembrance of our father. ZEBULON W. RHODES, who departed this life one year ago today. December 11, 1904. In veil thy bosom, faithful tomb, Take this new treaaure to thy ttuit. And give these sacred relics room To slumber in the silent dust. No pain nor grief nor anxious fear Invades thy bounds; no mortsl woes Can reach the peaceful sleeper here. While angels watch the soft repoee ? BY HIS CHILDREN. 1YILLEY. In loving remembrance of MILTON Y. WILLKY, who entered Into rest one year ago today, December 11. 1#04. Sleep, father dear, thv task is o'er; Tby loving hand* Khali toll no more; No more thoae tender eyea shall weep. Sleep, dearest father, gently sleep. BY HIS THREE SONS, HARRY. JAMES AND CHARLES. ? FUNEHAL DIRECTORS. R. F. HARVEY'S SONS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMKRS, 1326 14TH ST. N.W. Telephone North 37# J. WILLIAM LEE, Funeral Director " and Embalmer. Livery In connection. Cora mod loas chapel and modern crematorium. Uodeai prlcea. 882 Pennsylvania ave. n vr. Telephone call 138B. Joseph E. Birch's Sons, miA M N \V Parlor for Funeral*. 3?34 1X1 ?lN ' '' ? 'Phone Weat ?6. j7~fT CLEMENTS Undertaker aod Einhalmer. Everythlii* necessary for funerals 12-41 32d st. n.w. Telephone West 801. nol2-tf R. SPEARE, Unsdeirtaker <& EmbaSmer, 910 F STREET NORTH WEST. Everything strictly first-clasa and on the moi| reasonable terms. ?Phones Main j JoJ? GEORGE P. ZUHHORsST, Undertaker and Embalmer. Funeral Parlors, 301 Etiat Capitol St. Telephone East. 372. FRANK GEIER'S SONS, 1113 SEVE> TH ST. N.W. Modern Chapel. Telephone csll, North S2?. THOS. S. SEROEON, 8UCCESSOU TO R. g. CAIN, 1011 7th at. B.W. TtlephaDe Main 1000.