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JUST AROUND THE CORNER FROM RIGGS MARKET.
QUALITY, THEN PRICE.
Groceries aod Wioes at the
Right Prices.
In these days of high prices the above should attract you,
coming from a house you know that never sacrifices quality
for price. Though but a comparatively short time in business,
we are rapidly convincing the conservative public of this fact.
$ Grain. Sugar . . . 4']4c.
.? 7 Fairy Soap . . 25c.
| Best Lard 9c.
i Rumford's S lb.cans!9c.
Caodo Silver Polish I5c.
Best Polish Made.
Goods In this column delivered only
with general orders.
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Suits that were $115, $118 & $20 <(g -j] tl
now made to order at only - - ?^p) 11 11
Suits that were $22 & $25 now
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$ 16.50
Suits that were $28, $30 <& $35 /Th/Th
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now
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At $16.50 choke of Cheviots,
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following numbers form the first installment. These are now
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P 1? " Morbit*** Vertrauen."
i All confidence thou o\i'st me.")
"LoteogrlB" Wagner
Sung iu Cemtan Orchestra acc >ru
pm. Intent.
Bv A MIRK AS PIPI'KI. Tenor.
B '2 "A? It. So Fromm." "Martha".Flotow
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S tog in German. Orchestra accom
pa nltnent.
H? fSI'STAVK BRRL liKSKV Baritone.
B :i "l>i Prort*nza il Ma ." "La Tra
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("Mailt tliv httme in ffllr Provence.")
Sung in Italian. Orchestra atvoin
pa nlment.
Br ? IXHtKNOlO COS *TANTIXO, Tenor.
B.
?4 "l.a lMuitu E Mobile". ....."Ulgo
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("Pair woruau is fickle.")
Sung In Italian. Orchestra aceom
l?a n intent.
By ANTONIO SCOTT!.
* 'VI Ravvlso. O I.uoght Ame^l."
Oh. 1nteiubraooe of scenes long
vanished."!
? l.a Soiinainlwla" Bellini
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panlutent.
By SOARPIIY RRSKY. Soprano.
B. 6 Aria, "Sulcldlo," "La G.loronda."
Pouchiell!
("The Suicide Sons:.")
Sung in Italian. Orchestra accom
paniment.
By ROMEO llERTf. Tenor.
P 7 Arioso, "Pagliacci" l^eoncavallo
Sung :u Kalian. Orchestra accom
pa nlment.
By SIGNOR .LM) SIGNORA REfiKY.
B. S?Duet. "La Farorlta" Donizetti
Sung in Italian. Orchestra acCom
panimeut.
By ANTON VAN ROOT. Baritone.
il. U "O Kehr Zuruck," " 1 annhauser."'
Wagner
("O brother, come.")
Sung in (ierutan. Orchestra accom
paniment.
By ANTON VAN ROOY. Baritone.
B. 10?"Chanson du Toreador."
("Toreador's Song.")
"Carmen" Bizet
Snug tn French. Orchestra accom
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It-" JOHN H. SHERMAN.
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Gray Switches M.SO-formerly $6.50
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THE WORLD OF SOCIETY
A DINNER AND MTJSICALE AT
WHITE HOUSE TONIGHT.
Luncheon Parties Tonight and Events
of the Evening?Personal
Notes.
Tonight the President and Mrs. Roosevelt
will entertain at dinner, which wllf be fol
lowed by a musicale.
Mr. and Mrs. Gmien Roosevelt and Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Richardson are guests at
tbe White House and will remain a week.
One of the largest senatorial receptions of
the winter was held yesterday at the Coch
ran, when Mrs. Gamble, Mrs. Overman.
Mrs. Piles, Mrs. Latimer and Mrs. Sim
mons Joined forces in welcoming hosts
of visitors. The two large parlors were
thronged with the assistants to and
friends of the five beautifully gown
ed hostesses, whose dresses were not
only Individually becoming, but were in per
fect harmony. Mrs. Gamble was in white
lace over yellow, Mrs. Overman in old rose
velvet, Mrs. Piles in white renaissance lace,
Mrs. Latimer in pink crepe and duchess
lace and Mrs. Simmons in white liberty
satin and lace. ?
Among the assistants wer^ Mrs. Ed
win Clark Gregory, a daughter of Senator
and Mrs. Overman; Mrs. A. B. Andrews of
Raleigh, N. C.; Miss Foster, daughter of
Senator Foster; Mrs. Sidney Bowie, Mrs.
Charles N. Vance, Mrs. Pujo, Miss Hill of
North Carolina, Mrs. Linton, Mrs. Black
burn, Miss Mary Reid, Miss Helen Brown
of Seattle, Wash.; Miss Agnew of Everett,
Wash.; Miss Vera Rhodes of Tacoma,
Wash.; Miss Elizabeth Atkins of Paducah,
Ky.; Mrs. Edwin Werter Higgins, Miss Jen
nie Gamble, a niece of Senator Gamble;
Miss Helen Fertig of Noibiesville, Ind.;
Mrs. B. F. Howell, Mrs. Thomas Marshall,
Miss Anna and Miss Olive I-atimer, daugh
ters of Senator and Mrs. Latimer; Miss
Lona Tillman and Miss Bessie Draper.
Mrs. Carter, wife of Senator Carter of
Montana, began her Thursdays at home
yesterday, the family residence now estab
lished on 16th street being very commo
dious and well arranged, the personal touch
of its attractive mistress being seen every
where. Assisting her were Mrs. Worden
and her daughter, Mrs. Dixon; Mrs.
Browne, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Alvery, Mrs.
Hicks, Mrs. Bietti, Mrs. Aleshire, Mrs.
Hamburger, Mrs. Barnett and Mrs. Smith.
Mrs. Long, wife of Senator Long, made
her reception yesterday a Kansas day. She
was assisted by the wives of the members
of Congress for her state, Mrs. Charles
Curtis, Mrs. J. M. Miller, Mrs. Charles
Scott, Mrs. P. P. Campbell, Mrs. J. D.
Bowersock, Mrs. Victor Murdock and Mrs.
W. A. Reeder. and a number of guests; en
joyed her hospitality.
Mrs.1 Newberry, wife of the assistant sec
retary of the navy, entertained at luncheon
yesterday in honor of Mrs. John F. New
berry of Detroit, who is her guest. The
other guests were Mrs. Russell A. Alger,
Mrs. Garret A. Hobart, Mrs. Southerland.
Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Robert Hinckley, Mrs.
Chamberlain, Mrs. E. F. Barbour of De
troit, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Fred Chapln. Miss
Lydia Riddle, Miss Susan Biddle and Miss
Sherrlll.
Owing to illness in the family. Mrs. Bayly
of 2125 N street cannot receive tomorrow,
but hopes to see her friends the remaining
Saturdays in February.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Graham of the
Cliffbourne left Philadelphia Thursday for
an extended trip to Jamaica and other
West Indies islands They will be at home
after March 15, and in May will open their
summer home, "The Hermitage," Mont
gomery county, Md.
A very pleasant evening was spent at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ander
son, 'J2S S street northwest. Tuesday even
ing last by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Graham
and relatives, who were present to give
the latter couple a good-bye on the eve
of their departure for an extended tlip to
Jamaica and other islands of the West
Indies. The dining room was beau
tifully decorated, the center of at
traction being an immense floral ship.
Miniature ships were the favors of the
evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Graham, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whit
tlesey, Mrs. Kate I- Browne, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Amiss. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rich
ards. Miss Richards, Mrs. Ellen Disney, Mr.
M. M. Whitney, Mr. E. W. Owen. Messrs.
R. Starr and Robert B. Whittlesey.
Rear Admiral and Mrs. V'pshur leave
Washington tomorrow for Aiken, S. C., to
be absent for live or six weeks.
Miss Ellen A. Vinton of 2508 Cliffbourne
place will be at home Saturdays in Febru
ary. Tomorrow she will have with her Miss
Mary B. Baughman of Richmond, and will
receive both afternoon and evening.
Mrs. Frank Baker of 172S Columbia road,
who has not been well enough to pay calls
this winter, will be at home. Informally, on
Saturdays, February U and February 17.
Miss Baker is at home and Mrs. E. A An
] drews will come up from her country home
| to be with them.
Mrs. E. A. Andrews will be with Mrs.
Frank Baker. 172S Columbia road, tomor
row and Saturday. February 17 Mr. and^|
Mrs. Andrews have been much missed since
their removal to Virginia, and many friends
will be glad of this opportunity to see her
again.
Miss Hennlng will be at home tomorrow
and Saturday, February 10.
Mrs. C. Arthur Williams will be at home |
the first two Saturdays (.'Id and loth) in
February, at the Wyoming.
Mrs. A. Phillips of the Helena entertain
ed at a luncheon Wednesday in honor of
her niece, Mrs. i.. D. VvViler of New York.
Among tiiose present were Mrs. P. liopp
of New York. Mrs. H. Turner of Chicago,
Mrs. A Blair of Chicago. Mrs. H. Kahn.
' Miss Julia Loeb, Mrs. Weser, Mrs. Kron
heim. Mrs. Hirsh and Miss Oettinger. The
decorations at the table were in red.
Mrs. Cropper will not receive tomorrow,
but will be at home every other Saturday.
Mrs. Minnie Reese Richardson will be at
home at 1709 P street tomorrow afternoon,
from 4 to 6.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jay Kaplan have been
visiting in New York and Boston.
Mrs. Richard Henry Savage of New York
and her daughter, Madame de Carriere.
from Odessa, Russia, are at the Arlington.
Miss Lulali Brightwell of Biltmore street |
entertained last evening a large number ot
her friends in honor of Miss Marie Crow of
Berryville, Va., who has been visiting her
for the past ten days.
Mrs. Alger gave a luncheon today, when
the wives of the Michigan delegation In
Congress were the guests.
Senator and Mrs. Elkins and Senator and
Mrs. Wetmore will give dinners tonight.
Miss Laura J. Townsend, daughter or
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Reed of this city,
was married to Mr. Philip L. Adams of
Stoekbridge, Mass., and New York at noon
Wednesday, January 31, in New York city.
The wedding took place at the rectory of
tho Church of the Intercession, Rev. Milo
H. Gates, uncle of the groom, officiating.
Besides Mrs. Bwan Justice, sister of the
bride, as matron of honor, and Mr. Henry
Goodman, best man, only the immediate
family of the* groom was in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Adams will reside in New
York.
At Trinity parsonage at 6:80 last evening
Mr. John W. Lunsford and Miss Mabelle E.
Gaddis were married. The young couple
left for an extended northern trip, accom
panied by the groom's sister and cousin,
tho Misses Frances and Martha Lunsford.
The bride wore a p/etty French organdie,
daintily trimmed' with Valenciennes lace.
The marriage of Miss Cynthia Richards,
daughter of ? Commander and Mrs. B. S.
Richards, to Lieut Commander I jiwis
Anthony Kaiser of the navy, took {Hace
at the residence of the bride's parents,
Warrenton, Va.. Thursday, January 85, at
5 p.m. Only the relatives and intimate
friends of the bride and groom were pres
ent at the ceremony, which was performed
by Rev. W. H. Laird. A formal reception
followed from 5:30 to 6:90, at which supper
was served.
The house was beautifully and artistical
ly decorated with running pine and holly.
Interspersed with Chinese lanterns and
candelabra. The ceremony was performed
on the rear porch, which was Inclosed and
thrown open to the hall and drawing room.
The brkle wu attended by ber cousin, Miss
Elisabeth Davis, daughter of Admiral and
lira. C. H. Davis of Washington. The beat
man was IJeut. Commander 1?. De Stelgner.
U. 8. navy, a classmate and Intimate friend
at the Naval Academy The ushers were
Capts Dutton and Oullck of the U. 8. Ma
rine Corps. The bride wore a lovely town
of white chiffon trimmed with rare Malta
lace, a tulle veil caught with orange blos
soms snd carried a shower bouquet of
white sweet peas. The maid of honor wore
I white lace with pink trimmings and a pink
hat and carried a bouquet of pink rosea,
i The merry party left on the T p.m. train
1 for Washington amid the usual . deluge
of rice.
I The couple are residing at the Highlands
on Connecticut avenue. Washington, where
they have taken an apartment until the
groom Is ordered to seu duty some time in
the spring.
Mrs. Edward Henry Droop of 1434 Fair
mont street northwest will be at home
Monday, February 26.
Mrs. Redwood Vandegrlft. 1629 21 street,
will be at home to her friends Saturdays,
February 3 and 17.
Mrs. Bird McOuire. wife of Delegate Mo
Gulre of Oklahoma, will receive tomorrow
j at the Raleigh, assisted by Mesdames Cur
I rler, Loudenslager and Graff and Misses
I Gilbert and Little.
Mrs. and Miss Postlewalte have gone to
I New York, being called there by the sudden
death of the sister of the former Mrs.
Hugh L. Cole, and have canceled all their
! social affairs in consequence.
Mrs. Howard S. Ree?ide will be at home
tomorrow and the other Saturdays In Feb
| ruary.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Eichberg of Alex
I andria, Va.. announce the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Florence Rae Eieh
berg, to Mr. Bernard W. Rhrman of Wash
ington, D. C.
Mrs. Elizabeth Stauffer Meore will receive
tomorrow, assisted by her daughter, Mrs.
I Nathan Hopkins Heft, who has Just re
turned from California.
I
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses have been issued as fol
lows:
| Randolph B. Mot-gun of Potomac Mills,
Va.. and Nellie B. Payne of Fredericksburg,
I Va.
James W. Boyer and Mlllicent M. Delcher,
both of Baltimore.
Harry M. Miller of Washington and Fan
nie E. Holmes of Norfolk. Va.
John W. Lunsford and Mabel E. Gaddis.
? Wesley Clark and Eva Burton, both of
Manchester. Va.
Thomas Wise and Arenda Catlett, colored.
George A. While and Annie L. Ayres, col
ored.
James A. Poe and Rosa Nokes, colored.
John Booker and Daisy Stringfcllow, col
ored.
John Adams of Pittsburg. Pa., and Lizzie
R. Thurmati of Allegheny county. Pa., col
ored .
William H. Mapson and Louisa Rosier,
colored.
Deaths in the District.
Deaths were reported to the health ottlee
during the past twenty-four hours as fol
I lews:
Suttle Brassle. :t years, 1662 Kramer street
pcrtbeast.
Eliza Bowbeer, 6" years, 1235 10th street
northwest.
Rebecca Carr, 2 days, Garlield Memorial
Hospital.
Thomas Carter, 35 years, 467 Missouri
avenue.
Nora Edelin, 2 years, St. Ann's Asylum.
Mary M. Garner, 2 months, 1117 Deiawar.j
avenue southwest.
John Grayson, 1 year, 627 Essex court.
Benjamin W. Hanna, 45 years, 700 2t>*h
street northwest.
William Henderson, <*> years, Washing
ton Asylum Hospital.
Edward S. Harrison, 19 yearf, 3282 N
street northwest.
Addison D. Kinney. 69 years, 70 M street
northwest.
Maud Morgan. 10 days. Congress Heights.
Amelia Parker, 74 years, the Mendotta
apartment.
Louise Rippey, 17 days. George Wash
ington University Hospital.
I J. Edwin Regan, 30 jears, 635 H street
northeast.
Eva May Sherry, IN years, 1225s 11th gtre.H
southeast.
Howard Weston. 52 years, 1015 31st street
northwest.
Hotel Arrivals.
Bbbitt?Judge Edward Waddell, Rich
mond, Va.; W. L. Marshall, U. S. A.; Rev.
Thomas Flood, Yonkers. N. Y.; C. D. Clay,
U. S. A.; H. D. Bell, Pittsburg, Pa.; J. P.
Blackburn, MeKeespott. Pa.; W. B. Smith,
U. S. N.; C. McClue, New York city; 11. D.
Bell, Philadelphia. j
Raleigh?Stuart H. Perry. New York;
Harton Whipple, Providence, R. I.; W. D.
Fitch, Norwich/Conn.; John Baker White,
Charleston, W. Va.; F. A. Norton, Tiffin,
Ohio; W. H. Browning. Rhode Island; M.
D. Stiles and Mis. Stiles. Mt. Vernon, N.
Y.; J. Baker, jr.; Providence, R. I.
Shoreham?1L. G. Hamilton and Mrs.
Hamilton. Youngstown. Ohio; Charles A.
Fowler, Elizabeth. N. J.; E D. Burden,
Boston; William Christie Herron. Georgia;
I A. J. Brown and Mrs. Brown. Scianton,
Pa.; C. P. Carter, New York; Miss Vir
ginia Kelsey, New Haven. Conn.
Arlington?H. II. Waiker, Chicago; A. 1).
Wheeler ?nd Mrs. Wheeler. Boston: W W.
Aldridse, Providence. K 1.; J. S. Henley,
New York; W. K. Blo.lgeit, Boston; E.
Mager and Mrs. Mager, New York city; |
Miss Edith Turner. Boston.
Riggs?T. J. Brown. New Madrid. Mo.;
Philadelphia: J. D. Dreher. Selwood. S. C.;
Philadelphia; J. Dreher. Selwood. S. C.;
Ely Welch and Mrs. Welch. Shelby. N. C.;
Miss A. Li. Timbeiake. Wake Forest. N.
C.; E Liet>er, New York; C. E. Davis and
Mrs. Davis. Boston.
New Wlllard?George Turner. Spokane,
Wash.; ? V. E. Knapp. Munich. Germany:
C. E. Barker. Madison, Wis.; W. J. God
frey, Somervllle. Mass : J. H. P. Smith,
Parkersburg, W. Va.: 11. F. Fisher, Hart
ford. Conn.; A. Carrigan, San Francisco,
Cal ; J. B. Conrad. Ja.-ksonville, Fla.
St James?D. E. Rosser and Mrs. Rosser.
Scranton, Pa.: M. Treadway. Putney, Vt.;
M. S. Padgett. Philadelphia; W. R. Tomp
kins and Mrs. Tompkins. New York: M. C.
J. Wielile, Virginia: W. C. Whitener. Char
lotte. N. C.; J. Rams-ay. Jersey City; \\ .
R Wood, Asheville. Ala.: N. C. Norstrom,
Chicago; H. D. Miner, Kansas City. Mo.;
Mrs. George F. Kingman, New Bedford,
Hotel Gordon?G. W. Mautheas and Mrs.
Mautheas, New York city; Anson Burton
and Mrs. Burton. Worcester, Mass.; G. L.
Dyer, U. S. N.; Mrs. Dyer: Dr. and Mrs.
T. W. Richards, city; 11. C. Hue-lie, Brook
lyn, N. Y.: Miss E. Huelle, Brooklyn, N. Y.;
Miss A. Fedder, Brooklyn, N. Y.
His Eyesight Saved.
Officer Raine Passano of -the -harbor po
lice precinct detail, wl.o had his left eye
badly Injured about two weeks ago by
being struck in it by a nut which flew from
a bolt on which he was working at the
harbor station, has so far recovered cs to
leave the hospital, and will be able to re
turn to duty within the next few days.
Mr. Passano will not lose the sigh! of the
eye. as was feared, and will suffer out lit
tle inconvenience from the accident. ii:s
escape with his sight unimpaired is re
garded. It is stated by the surgeons, as
wonderful, as the corn-a wr>e cut, a*id a
portion of the aqueous humor oosed through.
He was treated at the Episcopal Eye,
Ear and Throat Hospital. He was at the
harbor station for a short time yesterday,
and was warmly congratulated by irs rel
low-officers on his fortunate recovery.
Damages Awarded.
The Jury In the case of David J. Cotter,
sued In Criminal Court No. 2 by the owners
of the R street apartment house In George
town for alleged trespass, returned a ver
dict late yesterday afternoon awarding dam
ages in the sum of f200. Mr. Cotter whs
oharged with attempting to force his way
into the apartment house ostensibly for the
purpose of testing his suspicion that sort
ooal, producing black smoke, wa6 being
used on the premises.
Favorabl? Report on Bill.
The Commissioners today made a favor
able report on the House bill providing
for the incorporation of the "National So
ciety of the Sons of the American Revo
lution." The society, among other things,
aims to perpetuate the memory ?' the
=*=
men prominent in the hl.tory of the na
tion and to encourage patriotism 1
ally.
SUDDENLY EXPIRES
Charles M. Kancu?e the Victim of
Heart Disease.
Charles M. Kanou*. fifty-one yev> out*
who was employed as s clerk In the general
land office for a number of years, died sud*
dtnly last night about 7:30 o'clock wh!l?s
In the rathskeller at the Ral?l*h Hotel fie
was seated at one of the table* and had a
steak before him when he suddenly tell
backwards. He was prevented by snot her
guest from falling to the floor. The Is iter
opened his collar and did what he could
for the relief of Kanouse. but death oc
curred almost Immediately. The ambu
lance was summoned from the Emergency
Hospital and the physician in charge pro-*
nounuced life extinct.
Coroner Nevitt examined the bod> at ihd
Emergency Hospital later and gave a ? ?*r
tlflcate of death from heart failure. Vim
deceased came to this city from W *< ?n?ln
about twenty-five years ago and lived at
722 O street northeast Two daughters
survive him. His remains were removed
last night to Jolin H. Wright's undertaking
establishment on SOth street and prepared
for burial.
This morning the body was removed to
the family homt' and arrangements were
made, for the funeral to take plate from
there tomorrow afternoon at 2 oVh?? K The
interment will be at Glenwood.
Money's Substitute Pure Food Bill.
8enator Money has Introduced an amend
ment as a substitute for the lleyburu ptire
food bill, which has been favorably report
ed to the Senate from committee. The
Money bill. It Is said, embraces the idea.*
the National Food Manufacturers* Associa
tion on the question of pure food legisla
tion and harmonizes conflicting Mate laws.
It takes from the bureau of chemlstr> of
the Department of Agriculture the dui> of
fixing food standards and places It under
the Department of Commerce and f^abor.
DIED.
CARROLL. On Wednesday, January 31. 19o?. *t
her resldeae*, 1M0 3d street northwest. M\K*
GAIU3T CARROliL, beloTfd >vlf? of the iatt
P. Carroll.
Funeral from her late residence. liwo ad ?ir??et
uorthweat, Saturday morning, February 8. aC
8:30, from bouse, nod high requiem ma*# at
Immaculate Conception at 9 a m. Relatives an J
friends respectfully Invited to atleDil. (St.
lx>uls, llllnoia au<l Kansas City papers pleaM
copy.) 2*
GAFFIELD. On February 1, 190(1, at !V:lo p.m.,
ELI GAFFIKU), agiHl ninety year*
Funeral notice hereafter. (Chicago and Baltimore
papers pleasa copy.) *
JONEF. On January 30. 19*?. Mr* AKVKH'i
BOS WORTH, wfdon of Edward Wad?Horth
Jones, late of StevensvlLe. Pa., lu the ninety*
sixth yesr of her age. *
KINNEY. On February 1. 190f?. at 4 * in at ?1s
residence, 70 M airect northwest, of a-ute in
digestion. ADDISON IV, beloved husband of
Laura C. Kinney. In bia seventieth year
Burial at Toledo. Ohio. (Toledo and S;ind?)>Ly#
Ohio, papera please copy.) ?
PEYTON. On February 2. 190H. at 12:30 m ?u . m6
her residence. 1622 11th street ili? *???.
MARY UOVISA I'KYTON. widow of U .utichl
Peyton and mother of Fountain Peyton.
Funeral from Sherman Avenue Baptist ?'.?n rfc
Sunday, February 4, at 1 o'clock p.m *
ROACH. On Thtiraday. February t. 19(*J. a|
10:30 a.m., KATIE I RINK ROACH daughtel
of the late Jame* and Elizabeth Roach.
Funeral from the residence of her brother. George
J. Roach, No. 125 Carroll at reel southeast,
Saturday. February 3, at 3 o'clock. 2*
SCHUBERT. Suddtnly. on Thursday. February 1,
1906, at 3 o'clock p.m., M AR TIN SCIII MKUT
Funeral from his late residence. No. l'J9 North
Carolina avenue southeast, on Monday, Kebrif*
ary 5. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem max* at fcf.
Peter's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatlv ?* and
friend* are respectfully invited to atlvud. 2*
WILKINSON. Suddenly, ^n Thursday. February*
1, 1906. at 2:13 a.m., at her resMeme 1307
H street uortheaat. MARY K. WII.KINaMlJff
mother of Horatio Kliby, aged silly this#
years.
"We have lored thee fordly.
But thy life dream now Is o'er.
To thy voice so soft and gent I**
We shall never listen more- ,
It is hushed; thy hands are folded
'Hot Ion less above thy breast.
And thy eye* are closed forever
In a peaceful, quiet rest."
BY THE FAMILY
Funeral will take place from Roaedale Mission,
Bcnnlng road Berth east, Sunday, February 4,
at 1:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited to
attend. Interment at Addison's Chapel. I'tlnce
George county, Md. (Baltimore pa iters please
copy.) 3*
WINEBERGRR. On February 1, 1906. JAMES A.
WINEBERGER. aged eighty-four years.
Funeral from the chapel of J. William I**e. 332
Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Sunday Fell
ruary 4. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends ia*
vlted to attend. 2*
In Hemoriam.
ANDERSON. To the memory Of HFGH R A V
DER SON. who departed this life five yeara
aeo February 2, 1WH.
?*Oo. wing your flight from 8tr.r to star, #
From world to shining world, as far
As the universe spreads ita flatnlnjr wall:
Count all the pleasures of all the spheres
And multiply each by thousands of yean*.
One moment in heaven Is worth them all."
BY THE FAMILY.
BELL. In loving remembrance of my beloved s. n
and brother, WILLIAM F>. BELL, who departed
this life seventeen years ago today. Feb . uary
2. 1889.
We'll meet again the loved one lost.
Where partings rend the heart no more.
When we death's mystic stream have cros-ed
And moored our barks to yonder shore.
? MOTHER AND SISTER.
BOADLEY. In sad but loving remembrance of our
dear father. THOMAS BOADLEY. wlo de
parted this life one year ago today Feb nary
2 1905.
Gone, but not forgotten.
BY HIS DACGHTERS. MAMIE ANI? NE I I II
BROOKS. In loving remembrance of my fh:h-r.
HENRY BROOKS, who died fourteen years igs
today, February 2. 1892.
HIS DAUGHTER GEoRGIE.
LEWIS. In loving remembrance of our little >01^
j RlCIIAItD LEWIS, who died six year* ago to
day. February 2. 19 0.
Thus do we walk with hltn and keep unbioken
The bond which nature gives.
I Thinking that our remembrance, though uns-xik.
| May reach him where he lives
BY PAPA AND M.fcMMA,
I RABER. In and but lovlna remen?bran? e .f ..or
do:.r little darling JOhN RABER who di*4
five years ago today, February 2. 1901.
The angels came for our darllug.
We pleaded. "Oh. let him stay
The angels whispered, "We cannot.
And took our darling away.
MAMMA AND IMPA.
SMITH. In oving remembrance of our 'lear
mother ami graudmother, HARRIET E. SMI Th,
who died eight years ago today. February 2,
1*4*8.
BY HER DAL'GUTERB AND GRANDCHILDREN *
WOLF. In sad but loving remembrance of Wll>
LI AM WOLF, who died one year ago
Febiuary 2, 1905.
BY HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Frey & Sons,
and Kuibaluura.
Everything atrlctlj flrat cLasa; moat nuomW
term* 1830 14th at. n.w.; pboue North MS.
j?a-tf
HRrFTHARV^Y'S SONS,
rtNEBAL DIRECTORS AND EM BALM EES.
1EW J4TB ST. N.W. TeleuUoua North &T?
J. W1I.I.IAM I.KE. Fan?r?l Director
(Bd Emb?lmer. Li?ery In conaectloo. Cainmo.lloMI
ehspel nod modern rrem.torlum Mudeat prices
2S2 l'enn?jlT?nl* ??e. n w Teteobon. c?ll law.
Joseph F. Bircii's Sons,
3034 M St. N.W.
J. T. Ci JCM ENT8.
Undertaker and Euibalmer
Everything ne.easary for funerals.
1941 32d st. a. ?r. Telephone West bOL
aolS-tf
M.
W. R. SPEARE,
Undertaker & Em balmier.
MO r ST BEST NORTHWEST.
Brerythlug itricUr Orit-cUM nou 011 th*
maonabl. terms.
' 4280.
43M.
M.I.{J
GBOROK P. ZI KHOBJ?T.
Undertaker and Embalioer.
Funeral i'arlora, 301 Eaat Capl.ol at
Ttleshon. Eaat 873.
FRANK QEIER'S SONS,
lilt SEVENTH ST. N.W.
Modem ChafMl. T.lepbou "ail. North 62*.
THOS. S. SERQEON,
800CB8BOB TO B. I. CAIN.
Mil Tth at. aw. Wwh?? Main ICO.
Adolph J. Schippert,
2008 Pa. Ave. N.W. ggffifjrPone?lfc

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