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* *> *. *> % * <*, * _ ?, % * *> r. *, *a *> ?* t, *, * ?*j % *, * j r, % % * * % *> *> % r. *a *1 *& * * % *, * * ?, * *, * *> * 9, * % * K>a *, * * *. *, n *> * * *1 j?, A&& G7AV3 rmwas? 0R&S 9/ <M9pv<3M Strystftffl Svaffs? $ms?G& ffl?fi8&/5C?37$&AGS We Gave Trading Stamps. The Millinery and Outergarment pertfi Wp announce the continuation of our opening displays of Spring Millinery and Outergarments. It's a style car nival no fashionable dresser can af ford to miss. <& 0. S&nipSe $1.50 to $4.00 Leading Model We've on sale tomorrow a lot of the famous R. & G. Corsets at prices never before quoted for this quality goods. They are samples made of coutil, batiste and some in silk. Latest models; taper ing waists; lingerie and straight front effect5; not a pair in this lot that ever sells for less than '' *l.fiO, and many of them are numbers always selling upwards to four dollars. Special sale price Crystal <& Sons' Short-end Lot of High-grade A TOTD This lot consists of Percale Wrappers, made up of ail the short ends of cloth In the factory? materials and designs generally found in Wrappers selling at $1.75. $1.50 and $1. Fine Sea Island and Windsor Percales, made tailor fashion; also Trimmed Waists, with bretelies and ruffles. Vandyke and square effects, fin ished with washable braid and some with embroidery. Special sale price \S?/y Q OUR LEADER?Soils worth d? t] ^ /n\ S $116.00 and $118.00 = = = = qP>U^oVcD> New Spring Suits in Panama, broadcloth, cheviot and novelty cloths; in s'-vt-ral shades of gray, blues, also blacks, greens and reds. Styles are sin gle and double-breasted with braids and buttons; others with Inlaid velvet col lar. self-BLrapped and trimmed; and still others with stitched seams finished with braids anil buttons and elbow-length sleeves. Satin-lined jackets. Skirts are cir culiar effects, som* with two box pleats down front, finished with folds around bottom; others have box pleats. All sizes. Worth Slti to ?18?our leader at $12.95. 10 Medium-weight 42-inch Coat Suits; Fabrics. 24c, $3.95 in cheviot, gray, black and blue, with velvet and plain collars; double and single breasted. Some plain stitched seams, others strapped. Satin lined jackets ard full kilted skirts. (HiS Worth as high as $1S?G. T. p.?P??5'S 4 Fine Quality Suits; two Eton coat styles, 24 Incites long, satin and silk lined. Three sold for $25 each fo <nvQ ?the other for $3o?(J. T. P. ... 4^?= y? 2 Ladies' Black Cheviot Suits and one Misses' Suit; all sold for ten dollars apiece?G. T. P Spring Covert Cloth Jackets, in two styles. One with broad strap seams and lined; the other unlined. with narrow strap seams; worth $5?G. T. P one lot of Spring Jackets, in tan cov ert. with troad stitched strapped seams and collarless; satin lined. Also with narrow strapped seams, collars and cuffs, finished with silk and ce (jjc buttons; worth ?G. T. P ?[;???>'?? Plain (Toth and Brilllantine Spring Skirts; b!u< s. blacks, greens and plums; inverted kilt bottom; strapped and button trimmed; worth $.".!)? G. T. P Plain Cloth and Briiliantine Skirts, in gray, black, blue and plum; circular style, with three folds around bottom; some kilted; all lengths worth $0?Sale price Panama. Cheviot, Serge and Broad cloth Skirls, in gray, blue and brown; new circular and kilted styles. Some with folds, others self-strapped; g?(? worth ?G. T. P Fine Quality Taffeta Silk Skirts; full pleated styles; some pleated and taffeta trimmed; others box pleated; latest spring designs; worth $12? ?Underwear and Hosiery. 100 dozen Children's Fast Black Ribbed Hose; seconds of the grades "7\\/ c generally sold for 15c. G. T. P..? /2**? Lace Lisle Hose for ladies; full regu lar made; seconds of the grade gen erally sold for 25C. G. T. 12%C. Lot of Swiss Ribbed Vests; low necks and sleeveless; tape in neck and 7c arinholes; wortii 12'ic. G. T. P .$2.25 .75 :rwear. A 19c. LOT?This lot is made up of corset covers, drawers, short skirts, etc. The drawers have deep ruffles of cam bric. with wide embroidery ruffles. The corset covers are made of cambric, full fronts with yokes of heavy Cluny lace; ribbon In neck and sleeves. Short skirts with hem stitched cambric ruffles. Garraents worth 39c. G. T. 1' lOt) dozen Muslin Gowns, yokes line tucks, cambric ruffles in neck and sleeves; worth 50c. G. T. P fl Dress Gray English Suitings, black and white Shepherd's Checks, Alice Tan Fancies. Fine Mohairs, Fancy Brilllantines, and a lot of other materials worth 50c., (!9c. and 75c. a yard? lengths from 3 to 12 yards ?G. T. 1'.. to close 'em ?es7 u viro out Fine Silk and Wool Eoilenne, in all the leading shades; a new shipment of the usual 50c. grade?G. T. P..'""?*'. Mohair Sicilian, in gray, blue, brown, green and black; 42 inches wide, with a beautiful silk luster; regular O'.lc. quality?G. T. P Pure Silk Louisine and Peau de Cygne in all colors. Beautiful finish; worth 30c. to 50c. a yard?1.000 yards in all?to close them out?G. T. -jii P.?yard All-silk Satin Foulards, In twenty pat terns; worth 50c.. 75c. and a dollar a yard?to close out the entire lot tomorrow?yard The very best brands of Dress Ging hams, Seersuckers, etc.. including such well-known brands as Everett Classics and Red Seal?worth 10c. and 12c. a yard-G. T. P 1,500 yards of Fine Figured I^awns; some with white grounds a.id pink, blue, red and lavender figures; others dark grounds. Lawns worth 8c. to 10c. a yard. G. T. P., yard A k fc it 't. v. A "a 'A 'A <* rA A A A 'A % % % A A A A of 35c. .$30 12 fine quality Panama Cloth Skirts; grays only?four different styles; one circular flounce from kr.ee down, with two box pleats down front and back; another with box pleats from the hip and button trimmed; worth $12 and $15?G. T. P $5 Siik Waists, $3.45. Flno quality white Jap Silk Waists: in two styles; one with t#hree rows of hand-embroidery down front, deep tuck ed cuffs finished with Val. lace; the oth er yoke styles with strips of Val. lace and tine tucks; full tucked back, deep tucked sleeves finished with lace; worth T P Children's Wear. 9 Black and Colored Silk Coats for Children; sizes 4 to 12 years; trimmed with medallions and Venise /IS, lace?worth $5-G. T. P Small lot of slightly soiled Infants' Coats, with caps to match; sold 'SQf for $1 50?G. T. P Slightly Crushed Silk Caps; ribbon and !aee-trimmed: not a cap in the lot worth less than 50c., and many E/-< $1 kinds?G. T. P Children's Eiderdown Coats; capes trimmed with fur and fancy braid; sizes 2, 3 and 4 years?sold at $1 75? Seven Silk Coats for children; In pink and cream; deep capes trimmed with pleated chiffon and lace medal lions; sold at $4?G- T. P Home Needs. Cushion Tops, complete with backs, ready for the pillow; fifty patterns; some lithographed, others painted; worth :?)c. to 50c. each. G. T. 23c Brass Extension Rods, complete with fixtures; will extend 45 Inches; regularly 8c. G. T, P.. each 1 White Enameled Curtain Poles, new pear-shaped, silver-finished knobs; in cluding hangers; worth 25c. G. T. P., set The best standard grade of Table Oil cloth; In all desirable patterns; al ways sold for 19c. a yard. G T. P Genuine German Finished Table Dam ask; the kind that washes well; ten patterns; worth 39c. a vard. G. T P $1 and $11.25 39c, Two hundred Umbrellas?the handles are samples from a large manufacturer, and the kinds that generally are found on $1 and $1.25 umbrellas. Gun metal, natural wood, silver-trimmed, pearl, horn, silver and boxwood de- tlirjf signs Sale price.. ipyv. New Mnllimiery. English Milan Hats?sailors, roll back and short-front styles with round and bell crown; single and two-piece hats; white, black. Alice and light blue, oid rose, champagne, navy, reseda and brown; can't be bought else- Q)S.p where under $1.50?G. T. P ? All-silk Peroxaline Braid Hals, with box-pleated chiffon facing, inserting and edging: smartest shapes, .including large, small and medium sailors; blacks, whites, Alice blue, navy and light blue, old rose, reseda, brown and 5?c. Knmoinias, 25c. Odds and ends of Flannelette Kimo nas; ribbon-trimmed, scalloped edges; worth regularly 50c. G. T. 25C Waists. Colored Madras Waists, plain colors, pink, blue, gray; made with pleats form ing yoke; soft stock; all sizes; A Ac worth 75c. G. T. P Indies' India Linen Waists; wide fronts, panels of embroidery; side pleats forming yoke; deep cuffs; soft stocks: generally sold for $1. fatyc r'a?paisne:.elsewhere.,3rG-. 110c. Battons?=dozeni, 2c< 50c. Wash Belts, 25c. Wash Belts, very heavily embroidered, with neat pearl buttons: just like the kinds generally sold for 50c\? T!Ec G T. P $3 Comb Sets, 50c. Comb Sets, one back comb and a pair of ilde combs; set with brilliant white stones; the dollar kinds? G. T. efi),. P for OifC. Ready-to-wear Hats. In Milan straw, rough straw, flat braids, s Ik peroxaline and other new materials: sailor medium and large shapes?short fronts rid high backs; trimmed with velvet ribbons, nullls and silks; worth $2? ^ J $11 Hand Bags, 50c. "N'itsuki" Hand Bags: made of solid leather and leather iined; In black, brown and tan; regular dollar values?G. T. 1> Wl,. 50c. Corsets, 29c. Tape Girdle Corsets in all sizes; the qualities generally sold for 50 29C cents -special 50c. Hose Supporters, 25c. Hose Supporters, satin pad; four heavy straps; plain elastic; in. all the best colors: half-dollar values? Cc G. T. * The best quality Pearl Buttons; in all sizes; the usual 10-cent values? per dozen Green Ticket Day A 'A A "A 'A fA <A A A fA 'A A 'a A A A % <A A A A A 'A fA A fA k A A fA fA V. fA fA A 'A A A Emvefiopes, 3c. Sale of Linen-finished Envelopes; in all sizes; for one-day special; 25 en velopes in each pack?two pack- 5? ages, 5c.?each aJ"*. k it i ll 9c. Tooth Brushes, 8c. '* Sale of Fine French Bristle Tooth Brushes, with bone handles; 15c. 9^ 'a and 10c. values?for one day only.. . ^ Tooth Picks, 2c. Hardwood Tooth Picks: one thousand to the box?G. T. D. only? -yr special ?. ?A 'A The new Quirk Dessert* t^at grocers ire now ?piling? Tl?ey art- Justly termed "Easy <o Make.1' an all Ingredient* are 1? the package. Three com plete i>ro<luct?? D=Zerta Quick Pudding: find D-Zerta Perfect Jelly Dewrt ar 10c per packnc*- and D Zerta Ice Cream Pow der, 2 package* for 23 cents. Five choice flavors of each. A trial will convince you how easy It la to have the fln?*at deaaerta with no labor sod little expense. Order today. CMcfeenna PIANOS Demonstrate results of the most nrtistlc value. The underlying principles of modern piano build ing have emanated primarily and to the greatest extent from the house of Chickering. Especially Is this true of the Quarter Grand, the SMAI.I.EST Orand Pianoforte embodying modern principles ever made It occupies scarcely more space th?.n an upright, yet sur passes It In all the qualities de sired In a pianoforte. A largi^ stock to choose from. Time payments If desired. PfeJffer's Piano He-use, 1328 F Street. mhll-tf.SO A?!iera F. Jackson, PRACTICAL PAINTER, has removed hia Paint Shop fir ui 2\h IimI Ave. to 310 4** St. N W. Eatl iLates jrlven In a?l braoehea of Palming rch3 d.eSu-lm -tt\ ( FusseM's Ice I ? Cream for ( I St. Patrick's Day.} ) supply ice cream ^ \/\y an(l 'ces *or Patrick's1 I Day celebrations in any, \ desired flavor and form?in bulk, bricks or special molds. Our | SPECIAL is? INDIVIDUAL PORTIONS of delicious ice cream, molded In the form of the VENERATED SHAM ROCK. Each dozen forms' will be accompanied by a dozen lace mats and an equal number of Japanese Shamrock-.,. => napkins. I'RK'E pel'$ II DOZEN 11 ^ K ~Send your order as ea? K us possible. / M. T. FUSSELL, ) 1427 N. Y. ave. 'Phone M. 1513. ^ (T.ate of 760 Broadway, New York.) ( mlil4-dte8u HAIR GOODS HALF PRICE. Switches $3.00-formerly $5.00 Gray Switches. . . .$4.60-?formerly $6-60 XlfA'j SwilcbeP. . . $5.00?formerly $8.00 I>ee a Hair Med leant. $1. Restores grsy hair to natural color <jr.\.KANTEEI?. Prevents falling hair. Usirdressing, (Shampooing, Dyeing and Bleaching. ?. HELLER'S, 720 SEVENTH ST. WW. J* 18 2<M.e.Su Thatt Sauce. MADE OF MEXICAN PEPPERS. Gm?D And Gww rally I'awl Id Mexico. When INDIGESTION IS UNKNOWN. I.?ot!li)(t Grocers Hare It. Is27-Sa.tn.tti.451.10 'I'tion* North 2641. Has Your CHURCH An Organ Club? If It hasn't one should be organ ized at once! Then set about re placing the old instrument with a modern one?say with a VOCALION. RTSSTfiC HOMES. Selecting the Interior decorations of your home in Just as Important ?? select ing the furniture. Let Plltt do the paint ing and paper hanging If you want an artistic home. PJitt Painter. 172; 7th St. N.W. IT HB (LI., Paperbangcr. 'Phone North lttt-M. rn'i.X-iOd aoo l ib. 1 cares to the barrel. i; Your Grocer I! ?may have good reasons for substituting some other brand of flour when "Cream Blend" is ordered, but you have BET TER reasons for refusing any substitute. Always specify and insist on having Cream Blend FLOUR. % 1'B. B. Earnshaw& Bro., ^,1,1 I 1 ? 1105. 110T. 1109 11 tb at. i.e. \\ holesalers, 1000,1002 m at. ?.e. ? * It The Last Day of Special Prices will be Saturday. March 17. Yon can realize a *nb#tantinl waving by engaging a course of scalp or facial treatments on or before the above date. 12 Facial Treatments. $8. usually $10. 12 Sealp Treatments, $3.50, usually $5. 50c. Medicated Meal, now 39c. Hattie M. Shacklelte, Toilet Studio, 1002-04 F St. For Women and Children Only. mhl5-th.Sa.tu.20 ?Newest and Richest ?Effects in Draperies fk 1 e? ?*?> OK 9 ?For Drawing Rooms, }f' ?Libraries, Etc. j| An unusual showing, embracing S many beautiful patterns of tht most ?| W exclusive character. iWiuirdlerinian&Co.J INTERIOR DECORATORS & FURNISHERS, E I 610 12th Street, Ko'rT & mhl5 th.Sa.tu,30 wsaasaaasNNKaaewKsew^aaeas. D1SSOLV1BNE RUBBER GARMENTS. Ext naively worn by society women with unqual ified success, and highly recommended by physi cians to REDUCE SUPERFLUOUS FLESH. No drugs, dieting or unusual exorcise; results pos itive: made to cover any?part of body: worn with out discomfort, uuder clothing; entirely urmotice able. Lady Representative Direct from our New York parlors, will be pleased to show the garments to callers In Washington Thursday, Friday and Saturday at MME. GUISCHARD'S Corset Parlors, F Street. These garmeuts are advertised and indorsed in "Vogue," "Harper's Bazar." "Madame Elite Styles" and others. Booklet mailed on request. PISSOLVRNE COMPANY (Exclusive Manufacturers), 18 West 34th st. (adjoining Waldorf-Astoria). inhl4-3t.44 NEW YORK CITY. Properly-Engraved Wedding Invitations* ?^??? WEDDING Invito t ions and Announcements that are correct in form and in phraseology. GALT&BRO., Established Over a Century, Jewellers, Silversmiths, Station :r?, 1107 Penn. Ave. mhlIi-th.SB.tii.40 COLDS. Railway's Ready Relief cures and prevents Colds, Cough*. Sore Throat, Influenza, Bronchitis Pneu monia. Swelling of the Joints, Lumbago, Inflamma tion. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache Asthma. Difficult Breathing. Radtvay's Heady Re' lief la a Sure Cure for Kvery Pain, Spraii . Rrulaes Pains In the Back, Chest or Limbs It U the first ?nd only Pain Remedy thai instantly st.ps the moat excruciating pains, allays inflammation and cure* congestions, whether jf the lungs, stomach bowels ?r other glands or organs, by one application. Sold by drngglsts. 1'AD WAV A CO.. New York. Engraving | For Weddings. Of course it is essential that such work should be correct in | form and perfectly executed. Consult us. 's, g New York, nrig, r* _ .. .."ashing ton. J F AND 13TH STS i as mhl52Sd HART Brown Bread Is Genuine WHOLE WHEAT BREAD. Ue.de of entire wheat flour ? HULLS AND ALL. Richest In those food elements which nourish the body and promote health. Highly appetizing easily digested and assimilated. trTPrlcc. 6c. loaf, delivered. Write or 'phone Krafft's Bakery,s mhlBth.s&fnSM STORAGE, MOVING, .PACKING. Our facilities guarantee you the best of service. W. B. MOSES & SONS, V BT. COR. UTH. Ib NOT XOCR HEALTH worth the price of a STEPHENSON SANITARY GARBAGE RECEIVES! Sold direct. Send for circular*. W tl LYNN. MASS. THE WOBLD OF SOCIETY HOSPITALITY EXTENDED BY US. AND MBS. LONOWOBTH. Dinners and Other Occasions Where Friends Met Each Other? Personal Notes. Representative and Mrs. Longworth will give their first Important dinner 4hl* even ing, when the President and the Speaker and Miss Cannon will be among the guests. Mrs. RooseveK took luncheon early this week with her daughter, Miss Carow also being one of the family party. Mrs. Roose velt is in New York today staying with Mrs. Douglas Robinson. The Peruvian minister and Mme. Pardo gave another dinner last night, when their guests were the Brazilian ambassador and Mme. Nnbuco, the Chilean minister and Mme. Walker-Martinez, the Bolivian min ister and Mme. Calderon, Senator ahd Mrs. Flint of California, the military attache of the Brazilian embassy and Mme. Pedernel ras. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Barker; the charge d'affaires of Spain, ? the charge d'affaires of Uruguay, Mr. Muulta of the Chilean legation and Mr. Alvredo Benavldes of the Peruvian legation. The Brltsh ambassador and Lady Durand entertained at dinner last night Senator Frye, Senator and Mrs*. Newlands, Senator and Mrs. Spooner, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne MacVeagh, Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson, Miss Josephine Durand and her cousin. Miss Durand of England. and Mr. Rennie of tile embassy staff. The marriage of Miss Jean Isabel Carver, daughter of trie late Frank X. and Mrs Mary J. 'Carver, to Mr. I.ee Robert O'Brien took place at the residence of the bride's mother. Biltmore street, yesterday after noon at J o'clock. Only members of the two families were present. Rev. Edward S'.ater Dunlap, assistant rector of St. John's Church, officiated. Mrs. Chirles Lenz, sis- | ter of the bride, was the matron of honor and Mr. Frank K. O'Brien, brother of the I bridegroom, was best man. Mr. Garnett Hills played the wedding march as the bride entered, escorted l>y her brother. Mr. j Arinur Carver. The bride was elegantly gowned in white crepe de ch!ne. trimmed with duchess and rose point lace. Her i shower bouquet was of lilies of tlie valley j and bride roses. The matron of honor > wore an empire robe of lavender chiffon | cloth, made over liberty slik. She carried a shower bouquet of Parma violets. The bride's mother wore black crepe de chine | and princess lace witli a corsage bouquet , of violets. The drawing room, where the ceremony took place, was decorated in palms, Easter lilies and bride roses, the second drawing room with palms and Amer- ' ican beauty, roies, while the dining room was fragrant with spring uowers and foil- , age. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien will reside in J Washington. The Reekll Club of Southeast Washington j was entertained by Mrs. W. B. Runbcck Tuesday evening at her home, 525 2d street southeast. A delightful time was spent. The ; ladies of the club, as a surprise to the hostess, dressed In masquerade attire repre senting royal persinages. Mrs. Arthur Holder and Miss May Prendevllle won prizes. Supper was served. Others present were Mrs. Kneipp, Mrs. William EllMon, Mrs. Howard Eloyd, Mrs. Trenholm I.aekie. Mrs. J. Pitman Carter and Mrs Hartman. A meeting of the "Capt. Molly Pitcher Chapter," I'. S. D. .A. R.. formerly ilie "Betsey Ross Chapter," was held at the residence of Miss May Barr. 2111 California avenue. Monday evening. March 5. Mrs. Finis P. Morris of 0.'! S street north west entertained Monday in honor of her birthday. The drawing rooms were beau tifully decorated. Mrs. Morris was assisted by her young daughter. Miss Helen Mor ris. Din ing the evening several piano solos were rendered by Miss Xellie Jeneau. Miss Helen Morris and Miss lrma Baker. Vocal selections were given by Mr. Edward Jeneau and Mr Alfred S. Baker. Refresh ments were served. Among those present Jeneau arid Mr. Alfred I>. Baker. Rffresh Irma Baker, Mr. and Mrs. William P. Foley, Mrs. Jeneau, Miss Xellie Jeneau, Miss Mar garet Foley, Mr. Edgar R. Baker. Mr. D. Leigh Morris and Mr. Edward Jeneau. Mrs. Morris received several presents. A banquet and euchre w?-re given by the Trolley Euchre Club Saturday night, Miss Bessie Steinie being the hostess. Her house was very attractively decorated throughout with masses of spring flowers. An orches tra played throughout the evening. Prizes were given ..the successful winners- Miss Pole and Air. Kemper iirst and Miss Wells iiid Mr. Kreiter second, l.ater a three ?ourse luncheon was served. Others present were Misses Jessie Besseleivre. Alice Meyer, Messrs. R. Kreiter. K. Kemper, S. Pole, J. Barker, M. Behymer and H. Hamilton. Miss Jeanne Wakefield, assisted by Miss Janet Wynkoop and Mr. F. S. McCoy. *-n tertained a party of young people Tuesday night at a colonial dance given in honor of her birthday. The decoration* were in red and green and Miss Wsketield wore a ''olo nial ecstume of red ani white. The dance was opened with ti e minuet led by Miss Wake field and Mr. McCcy. During the in terrrlssion refieshmer.ts *v< re served the gues s at tie residence cf Mr. snj Mrs. Geo. J. Ilesseimaa. Following the inter mission ti e Virginia reel was <",anced. Y.iose present we e Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Hcs sol man. Mi-ses Olive Wright, He'en Via' sh, Mary Birch Margaret Silver. Be-sic ''aid well I.ucy l.ightbown, Florence King. Ma bel Hayes, Alva Jones, Edna Hayes, Fris ?lila McMorr's of Phlladr'phia. Bes^ Whit ford, Ruth Young. Kmmeretta Root. Hrna. Hawkins, I.ily Hawkins, Margie F. I'.in, Janet Wynkoop and Jeanne Waketl id. :nd Mes<"? Carter, Favorite, Me.Vfdrrls Sin clair Atkinson, Peterson. Hunter, Caldwell, Browning. Smythe, Saline. Hume, Nolle. Pow.il, Marsh, Rogers, ChamSers, Bcri > - man, McCoy. Mrs. Claire E. Van Arsdale gave a de lightful lunchecn to a number of friends at tier home. 51 S street northwest, yesterday. The parlors were very handsomely deco rated with cut flowers and palms. Among :hose present were Mrs. M. II. Barnum and Miss Elizabeth of Minocqua. Wis.: Mrs. Mllburn of Eaton Rapids. Mich.: Mrs. \\ . I. O'Riiley. Mrs. David Chesman, Mrs. Crosby and Miss Blanche and Mrs. M. 11 Barnum. jr Mrs. J. S. Hill of this city was a guest of honor Tuesday at a luncheon given by Mrs. VI. V. Smith at Baltimore. Mrs. John Milton GItterman entertained it luncheon yesterday in honor of Miss Frances A. Keilor of New York. Among the guests were: Mrs. Fred T. Dubois of Idaho Mrs. Robert M. I.a Follettt of Wis ?on?in Mrs. Elmer J. Burkett and Miss Millard of Nebraska. Mrs. Charles H. Gros k'enor of Ohio. Mrs. Edgar D. Crumpacker it Indiana. Mm Thomas F. Marshall of North Dakota. Mrs. Dorsey W. Sliackleford >f Missouri. Miss Wood of Xew Jersey. Mrs. De Alva S. Alexander of New York. Mrs. Frank D. Currier of Xew Hampshire. Mrs. \braham Brick of Indiana, Mrs. William 3 Bennett of New York: Mrs. David J. Fos er of Vermont. Mrs. Henry T. Rainey of Illinois: Mrs. Charles C. Darwin, Mrs. L. White Busbey. Mrs. George U Eilley of Connecticut. Mrs. Wm. A. Reeder of Kan ia? Mrs. Michael E. Drlscoll of Xew York, Mrs Commander Barroll. Mrs. Thomas Hedge of Iowa. Miss Rebecca E. Blaine, VIrs Georne F. Bowerman, Mrs Philip T. 3erry Mrs. David H. Fenton of Minneapo 19 Mrs. Julia T. Bodflsh. Miss Sleinp of Virginia. Mrs. Albert B. Buslineil. Mrs. E. ... Buivhard. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Ran iolph D. Hopkins. ' he meeting of the Mary Washington Chapter, D. A. R . Tuesday evening, March [3. was an unusually Interesting one. Not withstanding the Inclement weather the at endance was large, and the chapter mem aers were rewarded for braving the storm jy being able to participate In an afldrma lve vote of the chapter, which was to se cure the library room of Continental Hall 'or the Mary Washington Chapter. Then mme the pleasing announcement that $1,000 lad been subscribed by one person and $100 ty another, both through the agency of Miss Ulne Solomon, librarian general of the na lonal society. To this was added the sum ibtalned from the euchre party given on the ?venlng of February 22, which was the first if a series of six entertainments to be given 'or the benefit of Continental Hall. The "hapter also voted a portion of the money n hand to be paid at once to the chairman >f the ways and means committee of Contl lental Hall, that the library room might be lecured to the Mary Washington Chapter. Ulss Ella I.oralne Dorsey, chairman of the ?hapter's way* and means committee, gave l pleasing report of tile successful euchre , and Miss Virginia Mlli*r reported th? prise committee that the prtaea were all donated. One of them, especially beautiful, was a water color painting, pre sented by Miss Bertha Perrle. Mrs. Samuel J. Masters w!il not be at home tomorrow. Mrs. Tennon Vail will be at her home In Sclo. Ohio, after March 15. Col. and Mrs M. M. Parker left for At lantic City and New York, to be absent about a week. Mrs. W. A. Morsvll of the Allenhurst will not be at home tomorrow on account of sickness In the family. Mrs. T. Moncure Perkins of Richmond and Mrs. Reginald Brooks of New York will sail Saturday for England to attend the marriage of their sister Mrs. Nannie Lang horne Shaw, and Mr. Waldorf Astor mere next month. Mrs. J Finney Engle entertained the Ex celsior Literary dub and its friends Tues day afternwn to meet Dr. and Mrs. Henry Curtis and Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey. IT. Curtis and Mrs. Mussey each gave an in teresting talk on "Public Playgrounds." Mrs. Frank M. Bristol, a guest of tile club, read a paper on "Early Italian Literature," and Miss Catherine Barlow added further to the pleasure of the afternoon with a travel talk on "Florence." Mrs. Alex. Kent closed the program with a talk on I "Naples." illustrated l>y a collection of beautiful views. At the ? lose of the pro gram the compan> was invited to the din ing room, where Mrs. Calvin Ncllson. Mrs. Julia W. Wet,l), Mrs. Edith S Emerson and Miss McCreery assisted in dispensing the hospitalities. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses ha\e been Issued to the following: Alexander J Hammnrslough of New York city and Ruth lleilprln of this city. Marshall Taylor and Grace Lacey of Brick Haven. Va. Jutaro Yamada and i.anra L. Douglas. ?.arry O. Ewlng of Fort Myer, Va.. and Florence E. Greaves of this city. Charles H. Anderson and Annie Pant. Otis B. Goodall of Alexandria. Va.. and Annie May Greaves of Nashville. Tenn. Edgar W. Brown and Sarah Burnes. William B. Kidd and Wenona Carrlngton, both of Richmond. Va. Lane Daw and Alberta Burrows. Andrew J. Coleman and Eliza A. Green James W. Jackson and Emma E. Shorter, both of Langley, Va. i narles A. Garrett of Herndon, Va.. and Mabel 9. Stark of Shacklett, Va. Willie Barber and Mary Brown. Charles L. Ladson of Hyattsville, Md., and Leola Day of this city. Marcellus Campbell and Clementine Rog ers. both of Australia, Va. Robert S. Mankins and Delila Parker. William Johnson and Levinia Minor, both of Gordonsville. Va. Leonard H. Early and Maggie B. Robin son, both of Brandywine. Md. James Martin Dunville and Anna M. Myle. Deaths in the District. Deaths were reported to the health office during the post twenty-four hours as fol lows: Andrew G. Apple, years 1 123 Chapin street northwest. Lucy Andrews, 14 years. 7<> Logan place. Virginia M. Churchill, 4li jeais, 4,144 Ver mont avenue. Sarah 10. Cliinn, .15 years. Tl.r> f>th street northeast. Magdalen Chlttenls, 1 years, 34'-, Hanover place. Bishop A. Christian, 35 years, 1113 U street northwest. Frank Graham. 52 years. 215 1st street northwest. Harriet L. Goodrich 75 years, 1385 North Carolina avenue northeast. Charles Harris. 4i) years, 040 Acker street northeast. Clarence Lilly, 5 months, 42? Temperance llall alley. John McGee, 52 years, Providence Hos pital. James Newton. 1 year, 8<k) Nichols ave nue. William Parker, 30 years, rear 311 O street northeast. Catherine R. Shockey, 59 years. 2135 K street northwest. Dora Stoner. 36 years. ,S02 E street north west. Harry Thompson, 1 day, 72!) 13th street southeast. Hotel Arrivals. Ebbitt?E. Whiting. Emporium. Pa ; F. A. Browen, New York; N. A. King. United States army; J. E. Baker, Philadelphia; W. M. Farquhar. Glasgow, Scotland; Dr. E. E. Tyke, Centralia, III.; C. E. Green, New York: George Corson, Philadelphia; W. M. Lippincott, Rawlins, Wyo. Arlington?Thomas Ridgway, Philadel phia, Pa.; S. J Elde. Boston; J. G. Geogan. Syracuse, N. Y.; Murray Warner and Mrs. Warner, Shanghai, China; J. G. Barnetc, Newark. N. J.; H. 1.. Batch and Mts. Batch, New York; Mrs. N. A. Stevenson, Leesburg, Va.; Mrs. K. 11. Ray, Paris, France. Shoreham?Rev. James Conway, New York; A. Smith. McKeesport. Pa.; J. B. Spencer. New York city; C. M. Swire. Lon don. England; E. P. Young and Mrs. Young. Sewlcliley, Pa.; A. M. Say ward, Cambridge, Mass.; W. B. Spades and Mrs. Spades. New York; A. O. Portlier, Manas sas, Va. Raleigh?A. Noble. New York: W. A. Mc Glannan, Baltimore, Md.; W. E. Durgin ajid Mrs. Durgin. New York; 11. H. Cheen, Winchester. Va.; J. T. Wood and Mrs. Wood. Ware, Mass.; A. Smith and Mrs. f^.lth, Muscogee, I. T.; J. W. Klrkpatri^k, Boston; E. F. Wilson, Saginaw, Mich. New W11 lard?F. W. Job, Chicago, 111 ? E. E. Moore, Providence, R. 1.; W. W. Simpson, Wheeling, W. Va.; E. T. Osborn. Cincinnati, Ohio; F. W. Taylor, Philadel phia; H. P. Main. Boston; J. A. Brock. Anderson, S. C.; C. B. Hopkins and Mrs. Hopkins. Seattle, Wash. St. James?James Cox, Mt. Jackson, Va.; Gen. Fyler, Bridgeport, Conn.; G. W. Al den, Akron. Ohio; J. L. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson. San Francisco; W. C. Alexander, Philadelphia; W. T. Perkins and Mrs. Per kins, Boston. Mass.; A. M. Adams, Cincin nati. Ohio: Frank Beebe end Mr?. Beeb". Holyoke, Mass.; W. Lyons an<l Mrs. Lyons, Albany, N. Y.; J. Rosenbery, Colorado. Hotel Normandle?W. E. Dow, New York. Dr. L. K. Esley and Mrs. Esley. Phil adelphia; Miss H. L. Taggart, f hlladel phla; Mrs. George E. Rovce. Rutland. Vt.; Miss Pauline M. Royce, Rutland, Vt.; Ml.-s Helen C. Royce, Rutland, Vt. The Oratorio of Athalie. The choir of St. Thomas' Church sustained its known reputation last night in a highly creditable rendltonof Mendelsrohn'.s or ltorio "Athalie." Miss Nina McEwen had the leading soprano solo parts. She is the possessor of a beautiful and cultivated voice, several of her solos being brilliant and dramatic. Mrs. Curry had the second soprano solo part, and sang especi -.lly welt in the ducts with Miss McEwen. The con tralto solos were linely rendered by Miss Elizabeth Stuart, her voice showing to ad vantage in the lower register. Mrs. Mercer was the second contralto, and was pleasing In the trio work. The male solos were rendered by Mr. Harry Stevens and Mr. W. D. Hoover. The work of the chorus was very good, the shading and attacks being the features. Mrs. H. A. Robbins at the organ was as sisted by a string quartet, consisting of Mr. Anton Kaspar. Mr. J. Harrison, Mr. Joseph Finckel and Mr. Ernest Lent. Dr. C. Ernest Smith was the reader. Too much praise cannot be given the tal ented leader, Mr. Edward A. Varela, under whose direction the oratorio was given. Owing to the demand for admission being greater than the capacity of the church It has been decided to repeat the orator!:? Sunday night, cards of admission not be ing necessary. Jailed for Assault. With his head almost covered with band ages, Ell Caulk, colored, appeared In the Police Court today as the complaining wit ness against Richard Wright, also colored. Wright was sent to^Jail for six months. Both men are employed on the steamer North umberland of the Baltimore line and they tiad trouble last night. Caulk came out victorious and Wright. It was said, "held t up" against him. When Caulk was start ing for work early this morning Wright ittacked him. striking him twice In the tiead with a brick, badly injuring his scalp. Policeman Sweet of the harbor precinct irrested Wright for the assault. pjgH.0 DELTA mtSILON DIKKE8. Steps Taken Last Craning to Form ? Fraternity Club. The initial stepx having In v'ew the for mation of ti club of Delta L"? wan token last evening when twenty member* of the Delta I pxllon Fraternity dined Informally at the Hotel Raleigh. At the conclusion or the dinner the members adjourned to one of the upper floor*, where they were address* d by Mr. George Q. Bheppard of the Chesa peake Delta Upallon Club of Baltimore, who told of the work of that organisation. At the conclusion of Mr. Shappard s re marks the matter was discussed at length, and it was decided to hold another meet ing at the University Oub March 28 to ef fect the rehabilitation of the orgflm!x it'on of the fraternity, which existed In this city until about 18S?7. Those In attendance last evening were J. A. Hill, Harvard. "W; Weston Flint, Union, 00; Rev. Ther on Out water. Rochester. "7.V Jam?? W. Macey Colgate, t>4; G. E. I'atrlcl. Cornell. '7:?. Robert W. Walker, Swnrthmore, '(8: Fred erick P. Fellows. Minnesota, mi; J. Clinton Ransom. Rochester. '751; T. Stockton Mat thews. 8warthmore. '02. Geo-ge C S^epimr-i Cornell, ??); Perelval H-<ll. Hw.irrl ?t. Albert N. Prentiss. Middlebury. stl. Ke-d' nand T. Schneider. Massachusetts InMltute of Technology. "92; Arthur H. Kl-nhtll Am herst. '117; Harry K Kimball. Amherst. i?2. Rudolph Hlrsch. Ohio, ol. J (.; Sanders. Ohio. 'U3; Dwlght Gordon Smith Williams, '00; 11. C. Keith, Hamilton, '??; T. 1>. He. k with. Hamilton, 04; Karl K. K'lUrin.m, Cornell. l?w. and G. M. I^iub, J; . Swi.rth more. 19QU. DIED. K("KI,OKf". On Thursday, Mtrrh IV iftofl. ?t 12:33 ii. m.. SAK\H I*.. ?if?- of Arfolphuv Rvkloff. She is survived bv n rainilv of ton ohil<?n>n. Funeral from the resldenoe of her daughter. Mm. M. A I.WHP, No. 49 S street nortbwffft. on Saturday, March 17, nt 0:30 h m R^.nlim mass ?t St. Martin's Church ?r 10 ?? < lock Relatives ii nd friends Invited Interment nt Rock Creek cemetery. 2 GRAHAM. On Tuewfay, March 13. 1i?*V at * 'X> p.m., FRA.V IS J. iili.VHAM, lieloved hi41 of the late Jamos nnd Mary Oruham. Funeral will take place from the je*tdf?ncr of hit sister. Mrs. E. Chamberlain. Hi iT> lltb strict northeast, on Friday morning. Mnrch If nt o'clock. Requiem ma?* at the Chur.-h of Holy Comforter. IIARV'EY. On Wednesday. Match 14 190?. at * 3n a m., KL1ZA, widow- of the lafp IVter llxrvrv Funeral from her late residence. 2304 II street northwest. Friday morning. March it?, at h 30 o'clock; thence to St. Stephen s Kuuiho <'mh, 11c Church. where high requiem macx n ;n ':?? said at 9 o'clock for the repose of her sen I In teiment at Iloly Rood cemetery. 2 HOLLORAN. On March 14. 1906. nt S oVlo-k. MICHAEL J.. sou of Bridget and the in re Ulick Ilolloran. Funetal from his late residence. 102k 25th street northwest, Saturday morning. Mar h 17. at 8:30 o'clock. Requiem mass al St. St#-j.i * t; h Church at U o'clock. Relatives and fi b nd* vlted. 2 JONES. On March 13. 1906. HAZEL T. JiiM S beloved daughter of Fl>ra A. Lloyd snd 1 ?? late Thomas O. Jones, aged fifteen year? "One !es.< af home! The charmed circle broken-n dear f:tc?? Missed day by day from 'its usual place, Rut cleansed, saved. |?erfocicd I>v jc.nce. One more in heaven. "One less on earth! It* pain, its sorrow, and its toil to share: One h'ss ttie pilgrim's dallv cross to in-a; ; One more the crown of -he blessed to wea At home in heaven." RY HER MOTHER Funeral from her late residence. 816 H s*r*et northeast, Friday, March 16, at 3 p.m. 2 JOHNSON. On Wednesday, March 14 11>o6 nt 2:45 p.m., at his residence. 1341 B strefi north east. I?r. JOHN N JOHNSON. forme \\ of Texas, in the flfty-third year ??f his xge Asleep in Jesus! Blessed sleep. Front which none ever wakes to weep. BY HIS LOVING WIFE AND DEAR CHILDREN Funeral Saturday. March 17. at 1 p.m . from Met roiHjlitan A M. H. rhurch. M ?tr?rt b?twe?n 15th and 16th streets northwest. Friends In vited to attend. (Houston and Bryan, lex., papers please cony.) KAUFPMANN. On Thursday, March 15. lPOtf j;t 1:.V? a.m., SAMl'EL HAY KAl l KMAW in the seventy-seventh year of his afr?\ Funeral services nt his late resld- o 0. 141*1 Massa chusetts avenue. Saturday afternoon. M . ? h :7. at 2 o'clock. Kindly omit tlouers. 2 LECKIE. On Thursday morninp. March IT.. 10h0, at the residence of her son. Mr A. K L I-eokie. No. 1333 Harvard street northwest. CATHERINE STUART, widow uf the tare Samuel Leckie, iu the sixtyninth year ?f l? p.ge. Notice of funeral hereafter, MONTEITH On Man h 13. 10;Hj. at 7 3?> m m. JANE M MONTEITH. P'uneral from her lat? residence 1P24 I* h street northwest, tomorrow. March 10. at 7:30 p.m. Friends and relatives invited. O'lIARE. On Wednesday. March 14. at 8 o'clock a.m.. at Oeorjretown l niver? tv Hos pital. MICHEAL I*. O HARE in his thirty fourth year. ? Funeral from the residence of his sister. M ? Chns. 11. Tobin. 1010 Kramer street nortl.eHst. Friday. March 10. at 2 o'clock, theme to Holy Comforter Church. REILEY. Suddenly, on Wednesday. Mni.-h 14. lt>06, at 4 o'clock a.m.. MARGARET, widow (,f the late William Reiley and l?eloved mother of Joseph C. Reiley. Mrs Andrew .1 Sheridan. James T. Frawley and T. Daniel Frawlev. Fuueral from her late residence. 1410 Florida ave iue northwest. Friday morui'ig. March Ifl; thence to St. Paul's Catholic Church. wbei? requiem mass will be celebrated at 9 0VI0 k 2 SMITH. Suddenly, on March IS. 1906, at her r*-? ldence, on R street. Mrs. HAMILTON SMITH WOOLEFORD. On March 14. 1000. ARTIH'K WOOLEFORI). the infant son of < harle* H. and Pauletta Goings Wooleford Futieral will be held Friday. March 16. at 2 p.m.. from 1303 27th street northwest. YOST. On Wednesday, March 14. 1006. .-it 11:30 a.m.. after a lingering illness. RC I H < be loved daughter of H. Yost. jr.. and R ?e A. Yost, aged eighteen years, two mouths nnd twelv^days. Thou art not dead. Thou art but sleeping"; We leave you in the care Of our Savior's keeping BY HER LOVING MOTHER Funeral from her parents' residence. 722 far k road. Fiiday. March 10. at 2 o'clock p.m. In terment in Rock Creek cemetery. In Memoriam. BROOKS. In loving remembrance of on. iV:?r daughter and sister, ESTELLE LA<"V BROOKS, who died seven years ago today. March ITi. A bitter grief, a shock severe. To part with one we love*l so dear; Our loss is great, we cannot complain. But trust in God to meet again. BY THE FAMILY DAY. In memory of EDWARD DAY who de parted this life six years ago today, March IB, 1000. Loved in life, remembered in death. BY HIS PARENTS. EHLSHLAGER. In sad but loving remen b-ance of our dear father. ADAM EHLSJH-AO FR. hIk died two years ago today. March 15. 1904 BY HIS CHILDREN. RABE. In sad but loving remeinbrano* of my dear l?us4>and. HENHY RABE. who departed this life five years ago rodav. Mareh IB. HH<1 Auniversaiy mass this morning at St. Joseph's Church. At rest. BY HIS LOVING WIFE. ROBINSON. In loving memory of our devoi.ed hus band and father. ROBERT ROBINSON. wh< entered into rest March 15, 1903. THE FAMILY. FTJNEBAL DIRECTORS. R. F. HARVEY'S SONS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND KMHALMKRS, 1325 14TH ST. N.W. Telephone North 379 ~ T. SVILLIAM LEE, Funera 1 Director and Embaliner. Livery in connection. <'omn.odleut chapel and modern crematorium. Modest prices. 332 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. Telephone call 1383. Joseph F. Birch's Sons, ?ym a AT V W Psrlor for Flimriils. 3034 Al ^it. l\. \ \ . rt ow w>ii IHI J T CLEMENT8, rndcrtftker and F.nit.alm^r. Kverylhlnit re- eni-ary for funerals. 1241 22d tt. n.w. 'iVleplxine tVYjt Nil W. R. SPEARE, Undertaker & Embalmer, 94t? F STREET NORTH WEST. Everything strictly tirst-clae* and on the most reasonable terms. 'Phones Main 1428?" GEORGE P. Zl'RHORST, " ITudertaker and Embalmer. Funeral Parlors. 34H Ea?t Capitol ft. Teiephoue East 372. "FRANK QEIER'SSONS7~ ins SEVFATH ST. N.W. Modern rjiapel Tflephirtie call. North 52n. THOS. S. SERGEON, SL'CX'BciSOK TO R. S. CAIN 1011 7th ?t. n.w. Telephone Main 1066. Adoflph J. ScfiSppert, 2008 Pa. Ave. N.W. Ir.r Prone west 151. Frev & Sfimm 1*>-Ler?l Olreeto? U 1 UA. CW11H3, nn4 Ettl?lnier.i. Everything ?trlclly tirat-riaaj; most tenMuakl* terms. 1S30 liili ?t. n.w.; 'yhone North MM.