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Hoots and Oxfords for A
Women and Children.
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in Worn
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shoes, so we've marke<
prices in order to effect
included in these barg
goods?remnants of re
here you'll get a value o
?>8 pairs Women's "I<
ent Kid Lace Boots?brc
standard $4.00 value ; to
day at
69 i>airs Women's Bla
Lalt Lace Boots?nearh
in the lot; standard $3
to close Friday at
23 pairs Women's But
in Booth's Patent Kid ar
lace hoots of same; bro
standard $5 value; to
day at
Special value in Chil
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I.a<lies who are desirous of t:
to ask question* conrerninK th<
tain all the information they dei
will be here the entire week.
Special fc
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Y%I|I1 r\C-IV |/llltIldBT Ul illiy <
of 7?e or over we are authorise
venlr jar of Madame Yale's cele
T,adies unable to fall may order
beauty books will be included \
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buying consists in
article which pre
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hlher Msilkes to HJeirclL "f?
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en's Shoes. !
re s Dig siocK ior remnant lines 01
:1 them at the smallest possible
a speedy clearance. The shoes
ain lots are all standard grade
gular lines?and if your size is
f the most extraordinary sort.
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.50 value; (yU
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ken sizes;
close Fri- (SO.
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all sizes, 8$4 to ^ fl
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'ON'S, 1334 F ?4. 11
'Phone M. 1911.
ne Yale's
reparations |
Will take placc this week in Ss
charge of Madame Yale's $
most expert demonstrator
direct from her new and Si
magnificent retail parlors, g
306 Fifth Avenne (opposite $
Tiffany's), New York. ^
It is unnecessary to state $
that Madame Yale's toilet *
requisites are the standard,
having stood the test of time $
and experiment. They are 38
now in universal use by all
lovers of high-grade toilet $
specialties throughout the 8s
world. It is safe to say that '?
millions of pretty girls and ::
beautiful wnmpn in tViic mnn. i*
try owe the beauty of their
complexions and the luxu
riance of their hair to Mme.
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rylng these preparations and who would like
?m (the proper ones to select, etc.) can ob
!re from Madame Yale's representative, who
>r This Week
of Madame Yale's preparations to the amount
d to give FREE OF CHARGE a large sou
brated skin food.
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by mall. The skin
?ith each order.
food souvenirs and
St. A Ptk Ave. " "
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| $22.50 Tailor-Made 1
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i Sim Hits, 4511 o r
* 3$
^ A new line of Elegant Tai- #
i? lor-made Suits, in fine navy S
% blue and black chevidt. The X
*? latest hip-length box coats
and new pleated skirts. Well ^
I; lined and nicely fin- :c:
laucu. OUI15 I lid I AT* "Jl ^
| sell for $22.50. Spe-^ II <[S)
I cial at ^
| $1.5? Dress Goods, $L
3>: Excellent quality Camel's Hair
:?< and Granite Hair-line Plaid Fabrics,
is in black, brown, blue and green; full
:,? 52 Inches wide; regu
"}? lar $1.50 value. Spe
V r-inl npr varH
1115c. Flannelette, 8c. |
?jj Choice lot of Flannelette, in 5
stripes, floral and Persian patterns; *<?
bright colorings; regularly .5"
sold for 15c. yard. Spe- r4(7 3E
| clal at |
| $11.25 Taffeta, 85c.
Superior quality Pure Dye Black -Jj
3? Taffeta; wear guaranteed; suitable
for dresses and waists; q i= &
$1.25 value. Special, per ?
sft yard ."I
<35c. Hwcik Towels, 25c.
Special lot of fine Huck-back
Towels: hemstitched damask bor
der; neat patterns; usual- f=
ly sold for 35c. Spe
cial at
Hose, 25c. Pa!r.
Snecial value in Ladies' Real
Maco Hose; fast black;
double sole; spliced heel;
medium weight. Special, Z.ty.
per pair
| $fl Kid Qloves, 50c.
Small lot of Indies' Kid Gloves, In
tans and black: small E?/fh _
sizes only; regular $!.(*?
value; to close at
;;?; 5<D>c. Belts, 25c. &
Plaid Silk Belts, In blue and 3?
w brown effects; g i 1 t e?
3p buckles; regular 50c. &
3i value. Special at &
Table Damask, 85c. J
;? Lot of John 8. Brown's Table
Su DnmaRk in n#?nt nfittprns* r-? '4?
regular fl valu?. Spe- 3?
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1 1216 F Street. |
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:<Thj*iilitv Fitnrs:
bargain prices compared
to those quoted elsewhere
for equally desirable furs.
Rioh. stylish Jackets, Sets
and separate pieces In a,
variety of new and attractive effects.
8211 Fourteenth St.N.W.
Off Great Interest
To Every Woman
?is the fact that special rates for scalp and
facial treatment* trill be in force here until
November 17, inclusive. Caril of 12 scalp
treatments. $3.50 Instead of $5; card of o
facial treatments, $3.50 Instead of 6 for $5.
|7New rythmetiicar* massage given.
flattie M. Shacklette,
Toilet Studio, 1002-04 F St.
For Women and Children Onlj.
Opdlimrtlrfcimc On
and China,
Old Prints, etc.
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Many genuine bar
gains are now avail
able at tbls estab
lishment. An ex
cellent opportunity
to secure fine an
tiques at price*
much lower than
usual. Your In
spection Invited.
Va. Antique Co.,
718 Eleventh Street N.W.
no8-th,sa,tu,30 _
BREAD is found in- its wonderful
nourishing properties. In this re
spect it excels even meat. Made
of whole wheat flour?HULLS A Nil
ALL. Order it for your children
if j*ou want them to be strong,
sturdy and rosy.
Price, 6c. loaf, delivered. Write
or 'phone.
vriuri mnui o V|niuii ?kUUO UUU iCM JDifc
cuits for social functions.
Krafffft's BakerySK:
The smartest
styles of new, dressy
Wrist and Hand
Bags, all the new
est shapes and
Our Leader at $i.oo.
?&? ^ 42? 7th St.
Wedding Gifts.
Our reputation fcr selling
THE BEST has stood the
test of more than {00 years.
Established Over a Century,
J<? Silversmiths, Stationer,,
11G7 Pean. Aw.
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Weddings Hereabouts Past and Pros
pective?Timely Personal
The announcement of the engagement of
Miss Pauline Morton, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Morton, to Mr. J. Hopkins Smith,
Jr., tvhlch was made public yesterday in
New York is of as much interest -here where
the bride-elect and her parents are so well
known as It is at their present home, where
the wedding Is likely to be an event of the
coming winter. Few young women look as
If thPV fli invfrJ tha nlonaiira r\f tho mampnt"
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as keenly as this bright faoed daughter of
the former Secretary of the Navy, whose
Miss Pauline Morton.
CliraipsuiiO a'h jqSiJ-fdio)
debut was made in the Quay house on K
street two winters ago surrout.ded by
friends and in a garden effect of flowers,
while the first great snow storm of tt>e
winter raged out doors. She has been
prominent at most of the big events here
since, especially those in the families of her
closest acquaintances. Mrs. and Miss Mor
ton have been abroad the past summer and
only returned lately. The lucky man to win
this well-dowered bride Is the son of J.
nupmns oiiiiLii, it reuiru ? wuu ia
worth millions. He Is himself the treasurer
of a large financial institution. He is a
Harvard graduate, member of many clubs
and an enthusiastic yachtsman. His great
est public exploit was the winning' of the
kaiser's cup at Kiel three years ago, when
in his racing yacht, Vnclc Sam. he sailed
away from all the yachts of Europe and
crossed the line victor by many lengths. Mr.
Smith lives at No. 17 East 47th street.
Amid a profusion of palms, chrysanthe
mums and autumn leaves. Miss Gertrude
Weyrlcli, daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. John F.
Weyrich, and Mr. Randolph A. Menefee
tl'opa moprlo/l 1 ct tiicrlit ? t S n'/ 1 r?f?Lr ) t (ho
Church of the Epiphany, Rev. Edward Mar
shall Mott officiating. Earge bunches of
chrysanthemums marked the pews reserved
for the relatives of the couple.
Tl?e march Into the church to the strain?
of the' "Eohengrin" wedding march was
particularly effective, the bridal party being
led by the two flower girls, little Misses
Llllle oGrdon and Edna Marcy, who were
attired In dainty organdy frocks profusely
trimmed with roses. They carried baskets
filled with blospom*. Mis* Jessie Weyr(ch,
sister of the bride, and Miss Bessie Menefee,
sister of 41ie bridegroom, we^-e bridesmaids
and wore white moussellne dresses over silk,
trimmed with frills of lace. Pink girdles
and bouquets of white chrysanthemums tied
with large bows of pink tulle were touches
of color.
Miss Marion Weyrich was her sister s
maid of honor. Her costume was a prin
cess gown of pink crepe de chine over taf
feta and she carried a cluster of golden
gate roses.
The bride, who was escorted by her
father, was attired in a beautiful costume
of white chiffon over radium silk, made in
princess fashion, with garnitures of prin
cess lace and pearls that were particularly
adapted to the stately beauty .of the wearer.
A tulle veil fell to the hem of her gown
and her bouquet was a shower of bride
roses and lilies, of the valley.
The bridal party was met at the chan
cel by the groom and his best man, Mr.
Julian Menefee. The ushers, who were
kept busy seating the numerous friends of
the couple, were Mr. A. R. Gordon, Mr.
Harrv Cassell. Mr. Rankin Middieton Mr
Trueman Lanham, Mr. Alfred Sharp and
Mr. Francis McGulre.
After the ceremony at the church a re
ception followed at the home of the bride's
'parents. 1825 Lincoln avenue, for relatives
to meet the bridal party. The drawing
room, where the couple received congratu
lations. was tastefully decoratcd with white
chrysanthemums and palms, as was also
the dining room, where a buffet supper was
The wedding gifts were many and numer
ous. Mr. and Mrs. Menefee left on a late,
train last night for a northern trip and will
be glad to see their friends at their new
home, 66 U street northwest, after Janu
ary 1.
One of the prettiest home weddings of the
season took place In Warrenton. Va., yes
terday afternoon at "Antrim," the country
home of Dr. James Kerr of this city, when
his only daughter, Miss Alleen Mary, was
married to Mr. CharJes Mcllvaine Harris,
the Rev. W. H. Laird officiating. The color
scheme of southern smllax, laurel and white
chrysanthemums made a most exquisite
haolrtrrnnnH fn ? <Vio hrldol r>n ?.* ??
wuv?B? WU..V. V"V Uiiuai IJI . All'- UCl"
omony was very quiet, being attended by
the family and a few intimate friends, but
the reception held afterward attested the
popularity of the'young couple, as did the
handsome presents. Mr. and Mrs. Harris
\f'ft An t h i nnrthv ri'ii-zJ 1 r 1 n a '' "?? '?>!
trip, and upon their return will make their
home In Warrenton. where they are great
favorites. MIbs Elsie Cassels. Miss Jean
Walsh and Mr. Montgomery Harris, who
was best man for his brother, formed the
attendants. The bridal toilet was of white
satin, effectively trimmed with the lace that
adorned her mother's and grandmother's
wedding dresses. Both relatives and friends
went from here to the wedding.
A very beautiful wedding last evening at
Berryville, Va.. was that of Miss Mary
Katharine Baughman, daughter of the late
S. F. Baughman, and Mr. John Alexander
Lutz of this city, at the residence of the
bride. Miss Florence Hart Baughman. sis
ter of the bride, was uiaid of honor, and
Mr. Francis Asbury Lutz. a brother of the
groom, also of this city, was best man. The
bride was given away by her brother, Mr.
S. F. Baughman of this place, and thejcere
mony was iitriurmca oy iiev. Kiawara wan,
rector of Grace Episcopal Church. Miss
Eleanor Frances Dryden of Pocomoke City
played the wedding march.
The bride's gown was of white crepe de
chine, made over silk, and she carried a
shower bouquet of lilies of the valley. The
house was tastefully decorated, pink and
white carnations and smilax being used.
The ceremony was performed beneath a
wedding bell of carnations suspended from
an archway of smilax. A reception follow
ed the ceremony. Among the guests from
a distance were the Misses Lutz. sisters of
the groom; Mr. and Mrs. F. A. I>utz of this
city, and Judge and Mrs. Keedy and Miss
Keedy of Hagerstown, Md.
The couple left shortly after the cere
mony in an automobile for a wedding tour
and will be at home after November 20 at
the Sterling in this city.
Miss J. F. Keliher. who has " been re
lieved from duty at the dfe'h'lon hospital.
Manila, Philippine Islands, returned Tues
day last on the transport Meade via the
Sues to Newport News, Va. 8he will be at
iiume ixoveraner tu wnn ner momer,
Mrs. E. A. Keliher, 3329 MtH'street north
A piano, song rfnd violin recital for the
benefit of the Nurses' Home of George
Washington Pniversity Hospital will be
given at the Arlington November 13 at
4:30 p.m. by Mrs. Camelia Dyas White,
Mrs. Dyas fUAndish-&n4
JCrs. Camelia DJras White, during her con
nection with the Cathedral school, was
head of Its musical department. -
Mrs. S. C. Wilson, 1706 New Hampshire
avenue, has aa her guest Mrs. Geo. Z.
Bckels of Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Eckels has re
cently returned from the Philippines, where
her husband was stationed.
The Columbian women have cards out
for Friday evening at 8:80 to meet Miss
Harriet Stratton Ellis, adviser of women
students of George Washington University,
In the university library.
Gov. and Mrs. Warfield have sent out in
vitations for a ball Tuesday. November 27,
at 0 o'clock, at the executive mansion. An
napolis, In honor of their debutante daugh
ter. Miss Carrie Warfieid. The Invitations
are limited to young girls' and men and
young married folks.
Mrs. J. Howell Carroll, with her daughter,
Miss 8uzanne Carroll, and Mrs. Charles
i ui:tier v.iu roii. nave gone anroaa iu I vinmii
a year, prior to the debut liere in 15*17 of
Miss Carroll.
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick M. liart of this
city sal! today from New York for Havana.
Cuba, where the former will be employed
?s topographical draftsman under Maj. W.
C. t.nngtltt. Corps of Engineers. T'liited
States army. In constructing a new map of
the Island of Cuba.
Col. E. B. Townsend, who has been so
journing; at his colonial home in old Vir
ginia, twenty-five miles south of Richmond,
for the past month, will entertain at dinner
a number of his friends from Washington,
Cincinnati and Richmond on Monday of
next week.
J X* XT Itr UWrtU Ami f u rr? I
J1I. t I. U Jiis, IT. Vtivn anu ? ?.
have returned to town and have moved
their residence from Connecticut avenue to
1734 K street.
Miss Mayme V. Cole and Mr. Edmund S.
Vawter were quietly married in Philadel
phia. Pa., by the Rev. Dr. Creditt Wednes
day, November 7. The ceremony was wit
nessed by the bride's sister and cousin. Mrs.
E. C. Smith, ami a few friends.
Miss Mary E. McCeney Is visiting friends
in fniiaaeipuia <1 iiu win ruiiu
Grafton Hotel, November 21 for tlie winter.
Mrs. Benj. W. Reiss and daughter Eliza
beth left Monday evening for El Paso. Tex.,
where they will spend the winter.
Miss Eva Gladmon and Mr. Charles E.
Sebastian, two well-known young residents
of the West End, were married last night
at the groom's new home. l.'SM :54th street
northwest. The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. Thomas O. Crouse, pastor ot
the Congress Street M. P. Church. The
bride's attendants were Miss Fannie Pax
ton and Miss Lucille Chamberlain. The
groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Sebastian of 1u0tt .'i.'!d street northwest.
Another largely attended church wedding
last night was that of Miss Emily Levering
Bckfeldt of this city and Mr. Edgar Adams
Meely of Atlanta, Ga.. at the Luther Me
morial Church, on Thomas circle, the pas
tor officiating. The ushers were Messrs.
Lowry Dale of Atlanta and Henry Weaver,
Arthur Pierce and Thomas Burnett Gard
ner of this city, only reauves aim uu.^
friends were present. The bride entered
the church with her mother, Mrs. Frederick
Eckfeldt, who gave her hand in marriage.
Mr. Frank II. Mecly of Pittsburg, Pa., was
best man tot his brother. The couple left
Immediately after the ceremony for a
southern trip.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Courts have is
sued invitations for the wedding reception
of tiieir daughter. Lenora, and Mr. Alfred
Robinson Glancy, Wednesday evening, No
vember 14, at.their residence on Kalorama
The announcement is made of the mar
riage At Somerset, Pa., recently, of Miss
Mary M. Mcl.ean, daughter of Mrs. Jane
MeI.ean of 42 Monroe street, Anacostia,
and Dr. John I,. Martin of Markleton, Pa.
The ceremony was a quiet one and was
performed by Rev. Hiram King, D.D., the
pastor at St. Paul's Reformed Church, in
Somerset. Their engagement was made
known to their relatives and friends some
time ago, although the ceremony occurred
somewhat earlier than was at first Intend
ed. Dr. and Mrs. Martin. Immediately fol
lowing their marriage, visited the pride's
relatives In Anacoetla. and have, now re
turned to Markleton, where they will make
their home.
Miss Bertha E. Mclntyre and Mr. Law
rence Brewer Battley were married yester
"* f"?1 Kir tha Pot*
aay hi ?i. oiepucii ? ^uuitu ?...*= .
Father Smythe, assisted by Rev. Fathers
Caughy and Mackln. The sanctuary was
beautifully adorned with plants. The ushers
were Messrs. R. E. Mclntyre. C. W. Cald
well, William M. Byar'y and Mr. Arthur
Damrell. who was also best man. The bride
came In church with her father, Mr. P. J.
Mclntyre and was attended by her sister.
Miss Lily C. Mclntyre, who was daintily
dressed In pale blue silk with a picture hat
trimmed with plumes. She carried pink
roses. The bride was beautiful'y dressed In
a white lace robe and wore a diamond
brooch, ' the gift of the bridegroom. A
wreath of orange blossoms crowned her veil
and slip carried bride rose*. A reception
rrom 4 IO is lonoweu ai n;c liunu' 01 air.
and Mrs. Mclntyie-before the departure of
the couple, for a trip Jiortli. After November
15 they will reside at 1KB T street.
Yesterday afternoon in the New York
Avenue Presbyterian Church Miss Llla
E. Wells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Wei's, wap married to Mr. Swift
Galloway Boykin. son of the late Judge
Edwin T. Boykin of North Carolina, Dr.
Wallace Radcliffe, pastor of the -church,
officiating. Messrs. Frank It. McFadden,
H. J. Doyle and E. F. Hattley were ushers.
The bride wore a navy blue voile gown and
a dark blue toque, trimmed In velvet and
white feathers. Mr. and Mrs. Boykin left -
Immediately for a wedding trip of ten days
aboard the yacht Eleanora. and will be
at home at 1223 10th street northwest upon
their return.
Dr. B. F. Tyle and his daughter. Miss
uenevieve. wno nave ween traveling in me
west. Have returned to their home on K
The Hon. Lionel Guest and Mrs. Guest,
who. it will be remembered, before their
own marriage, were here for the wedding
of the Earl and Countess of Suffolk, are
coming from their Canadian home to New
York to meet that couple. Lord Curzon and
Mrs. Levi Z. Lelter on their arrival from
Europe next week. The Guests will stay
with Mrs. Guest's father, John Bigelow, at
his Gramercy Park home.
Count and Countess Seckendorff have sent
out cards for the marriage of their daugh
tei Ethel to Mr. Fleming Newbold, Wed
VAi<Am.Viar 01 of nnnn Doman/t
Farm. Ramsey's N? J. The invitations are
limited to relatives and a few personal
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses have been issued to the
Isaac B. Moore and Sallie W. Hamilton,
both of Huntersville, TV. Va.
William R. Llghtfoot and Delia Oliver.
Robert T. Neely and Dorothy Heath,
both of New York city.
Lcuis \V. James and Rogina West.
Dennis A. Lee and Clara Brooks.
Willie C. Mott, jr., and Rose B. Edmunds.
Herbert S. De Land of New York city an<d
Julia D. Matthews of this city.
George F. Thomas and Mary E. Johnson.
I'Knm.ie VI \iarfin anJ I i 1 11 o ?
X Jiuiiiao au> ?nai 1111 aim xjiuian x cat 1
Grove, both of Staple-ton. Va.
Herbert G. Latimer of Brooklyn. N Y.,
and Luia Hefferman of Danbury. Conn.
Thomas C. Bottoms and Ida J. Grose,
both of Richmond, Va.
Roy R. Coursen and Ola i lea L. Furman.
Ralph S. Dennison and Cora X. Scott.
George A. Walker of Cameron, La., and
Mamie G. Cameron of this city.
Henry Hooper and Sarah Walker.
Charles Deo and Carrie Brown.
Randolph A. Menefee and Gertrude Wey
Arthur Ford and Eliza A. Buchanan.
Harry Sneed and Alico A. Robinson.
Jesse B. Lee and Clara M. Upahaw.
Daniel Coles and Sadie Green.
Merlyn G. Cook of Topeka, Kan., and
Helen M. Btahop of t'.-ia city.
Orrick Jackson and Hester A. Howard.
Jesse Johnson and Tena Swailes.
Walter Mockarboe and Elvira Peyton.
Richard Bassii and Pearl L. Bright.
Harold O. Godwin and Mar? W. Booker.
Arthur W. Embrey and Estelle H. Elgin.
Deaths In the District.
Deaths were reported to the health office
In the past twenty-four hours a* follows:
John- II. Kimball, 05 years. Government
Hospital for the Insane.
Hester A. Perry. 65 years. Benning. D. C.
Cora V. Stallings, 30 years, 1240 35th
street northwest.
R._ Calvin King, SI years. 9017 If street
William L. Belt, 85 years, 48 Q street
I.sura "Vean, 39 years, 414 Richardson
street northwest. v
Atlee Forster. 80 years, 216 B',4 TUreet
.Catherine L. Simmons, 28 years, 908 F
street northwest.
Atnollu C T.vmnn iM v#>a r* 1911 Kf>v ,T?r.
sey avenue.
Rachel Munn. M year*. 1012 Park street.
Anthony Marrett. 65 years, 121 G street
Joseph F. Marceron, 70 years, Wl 22d
street northwest.
Jane- Hill, 65 years. Home for the Aged
and Inflrtn.
Maud Brashears. 40 years. 520 B street
Margaret M. Hayes, 85 years, 102 5th
street northeast.
Joseph F. Marton. 51 years. 1622 L, street
Martha Hoffman, 81 years. 707 C atreet
I.ewls Mathews. 33 years. 1115 M street
aAiithfta at
Harvey M. Friend. Jr., 21 months, 1306 IT
street northwest.
Mary S. Branch. 1 month. 1104 23d street
Albert H. Montgomery. 22 days. 11E2 Cor
coran street northwest.
Henry L,. Crlttendon. 3 days. National
Homeopathic Hospital.
Citizens' Association Receivc Reports
and Discusses Its Work.
The Citiiens' Relief Association held its
regular annual meeting yesterday at 4
p.m. In the rooms of the?Washington Board
of Trade. Mr." Walter C. Clephane. chair
man of a special subcommittee, submitted
a report with recommendations that the as
sociation should use Its influence to brln*
about the establishment of an association
to loan money at low rates of interest on
chattel securities. Mr. Clephane's commit
tee had enlisted the assistance of the State
Department in investigating the operation
of such business philanthropies throughout
Europe, and had also studied philanthropic
loan associations in various American
cities. The Citizens Relief Association ex
pressed its strong conviction that such a
society is needed here for the benefit of poor
The giving of milk and eggs to indigent
consumptives was discussed at length. The
association took up this work seventeen
months ago and has expenderl in that
period $3,054.44 for milk and eggs admin
lsiereu 10 consumptives, wno. aner investi
gation, are found to be not only in great
need of this relief, but absolutely unable to
secure it by any other means. The opinion
was expressed by all present that this is
one of the most Important phases of con
structive relief work, and that large bene
fits, both to the suffering poor of the city
and to the community at large,'have re
The officers of the association for the
past year were elected as follows: Presi
dent, Gen. George M. Sternberg: vice presi
dent, Rev. Teunis S. Hamlin; treasurer,
John F. Wilkins; secretary. Charles F.
Weller. The treasurer's report was sub
mitted, showing the collection of $7,307,4?
for the year ended November 1, 190ft, and
disbursements of $8,530.42 for the same
For the auditing committee Mr. M. I.
Weller and Dr. William C. Rives reported
that the treasurer's accounts, vouchers,
etc.. had all been examined and found to be
correct. A communication was received
from the Commissioners of the District of
Columbia notifying the association that
the following: members, whose terms ex
pired at this meeting, were reappointed:
John Joy Edson, B. T. Janney, Gen. George
M. Sternberg, S. W. Woodward, Charles F.
Weller, Dr. W. C. Rives, B. H. Warner,
Corcoran Thom. William V. Cox, Miss
Emily Tuckerman.
Those present at the meeting were Gen.
Sternberg, Mr. George S. Wilson, Mrs. H.
B. F. Macfarland.- Dr. William C. Rives. M.
I Weller, Walter C. Clephane. Mrs. J. W.
Babson.^Rev. Teunis S. Hamlin, Corcoran
juom, i-Tor. b. i . janney, ueorge x. Mc
J.anahan, Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey and
Mr. Charles F. Weller.
In Social Circles?Business Men's As-'
soci&tion Meets.
Special Correspondence of The Star.
November 8. 1006.
The wedding of Miss Ethel Stuart Cole,
daughter of Mrs. Susie Cole of this city,
and Mr. Edward H. Ould of Middleboro, Ky,
occurred in the Baptist Church, this city,
last Tuesday evening. Rev. R. Aubrey Wil
liams, assisted by the Rev. J. H. I.ight of
the Methodist Church, officiated. Miss Cora
Lee Cole, a sister of the bride, wan maid
of honor and Mrs. W. T. Thompson was
matron of honor. Eugene Ould of Eving
ton, Va.. a brother of the groom, acted as
best man. Prior to the entrance of the
bridal party a solo was sung by Miss Mat
tie Duvall Qulnn. The entrance was to the
strains of the "Lohengrin" wedding march.
The bride was attired in white liberty silk
over taffeta. The only Jewelry the bride
wore wa; a diamond sunburst, a present of
the groom.
The church was decorated with yellow
chrysanthemums and palms. The brides
maids, Misses Mattie Tansill. Virginia Cole
and Alice G. Cole, were attired in white
mousseline. The eroomsmen were- K CV
Bell. W. T. Thompson, J. C. Ould and L. C.
Cole. A reception was held at the residence
of the bride on Prince Edward street, fol
lowing the ceremony, after which Mr. and
Mrs. Ould departed for a tour of the south
ern states, after which they will reside in
At a meeting of the Business Men's Asso
ciation of this city Tuesday night resolu
tions were adopted requesting the govern
ment authorities not to build the public
building which will be erected in this city In
the . near future west of Princess Anne
street, south of 6th street or north of 11th
street. They also adopted resolutions re
questing the city council to Increase the
electric lighting facilities of the citv bv In.
stalling an incandescent plant with a ca
pacity of 6.000 16-c9ndle-power lamps and
also facilities for furnishing power for man
ufacturing purposes.
The wedding of Miss Carrie Lee Scott,
daughter of Mr. Wm. Scott of this city, to
Mr. G. Moffett King of Richmond, Va., oc7
curred Tuesday evening in the Hanover
Street Methodist Church. Rev. J. II. Light,
the pastor, officiated. Mrs. P. William
Srott was matron of honor and Dr. Charles
H. Epps ofrftichmond was best man. The
bride was attired in ivory messaline on taf
feta and carried bride's roses.
The bridesmaids were Misses Mary E.
Myer. Susie C. Whitehouse. Eliziheth Eek
enrode and Evelyn Doggi'tt of Richmond.
The bride wx? also at'ended by Mrs. J. T.
Frantz of Baltimore. The groomsmen wpre
Messrs. HiibIi D. Scott. Georee A. Scott.
D. W. Scott. Wyat King nnd Perrv Wright
of Richmond. Annie I.ee Cunnlnnlnm was
the flower >rirl and Master Hugh D. Scott
find Mi.?s Xancv Light were ribbon bearers.
Mr. and Mrs. King were tendered a recep
tion at the home of the bride.
Leesburg to Extend Limits.
X'nder the new constitution of the state
of Virginia a city or town desiring to ex
tend its corporate limits can do so by a
process similar to an action in a court of
law, but the presiding judge must have
no Interest In the corporation proposing to
extend Its limits nor in the territory pro
posed to be taken In. l*nder this law sev
eral of the cities In Ihe state have extended
thei-r limits, and now the town of Leesburg,
in Loudoun county, proposes to grow by
annexing contlguojw territory-..
ii is me wisn or ine municipal council or
Leeshurg to extend Its limits a half mile
In adi directions from the center of the
town. In response to the request of the
Leesburg authorities Gov. Swanson has
named Judge Bennett T. Gordon to hear
the application. The hearing will occur In <
Ueesburg" December 6. Judge R. H. Tlbtos
will represent the tewn
Hotel Arrivals.
Ebhltt?W. D. Cochran, Maysville. Ky.;
F. W. Davis. New York; James Conway.
U.S.A.; Walter Harvey. U.S.A.: B. B. West
lake. U.S.N.: John R. Lynn. Philadelphia.
.Raleigh?John P. Thompson and Mr?.
Tnompson. mcximonu, va.; w. H. uoa
dard, Brooklyn. N. Y.; Roger Bean. Frank
ltn. Va.; D. R. Malloy, New Tork; J. A.
Dupuy. Parkersburg, W. Va. .
Shoreham?C. i. Sawyer, New York; I*
Hlpkins. New Tork: David Dunlap. Nor
folk. V*.; C. Woodward and Mm. Wood
ward. Topeka. Kan.
Arlington?A. W. Blanco and Senorlta
Blanco. San Juan. P. H ; K. C. DeWItt,
New Tork: F. M. Hatch and Mrs. Hatch.
Honolulu. H. I.; Joseph Bloch, New Tork;
Ward Wine, Chicago.
New Wlltard-H. J. Dauds.New York; C.
H. Alexander. Jackson. Miss.; C. A. Man
der, New Tork; L. N. J-ovell. New Tork;
Mrs. A. Jones, Atlanta. Oa.; V. A. Moor*
and Mr*. Moore. Atlanta. Oa.
Hotel Normandle? H. H. IIan?on. Orneo.
Me.: W. P. Plchard and Mrs. Pichard. Fall
River, Mlas.: J. O. Ijibach. L.exln*ton. Ky.;
B. R. Hart. Lexington. Ky.; William R.
Woods and Mrs. Woods. Orneo. Me ; C. Q.
Hopkins and Mrs. Hopkins, Cliampagne,
111.; II. C. Lyetogo?\ Boston, Mass.; W. A.
Syme, Raleigh. N. C.; C. W. M**ruder.
Richmond. Va.; W L,. Allen. RulelRli, N. C.;
J. B. Robb. Richmond. Va.; A. W. lion.
fltnrrn t D 1..I........ U-IH ?
Md.; A. Ht. Claire. Baltimore. Md.; H. I<.
White. Burlington. Vt.: B. U Hurt well.
Kingston. R. I.: R J. Davidson, Black*
burg. V|.; W. B. KUctt. Blackshurg, V*.;
C. D. Howard. Concord. X. II.
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Two Proprietors of Bars Fined for
Permitting Sales by Women.
For allowing women to attend bar at
their places of business. August Sohwari,
who has a saloon on 7th street, and Will
iam H. Schluter. who:<e barroom Is at ?th
and K streets, were each fined $.">n in the
Police Court today. It was stated that the'
cages will be carried to the Court <>f Ap
peals for the defendants by Attorney Sil
Both of these cases were tried by a Jury.
Policeman Brown of the sixth precinct was
the prosecuting witness. He stated on th?
stand that he saw the wive* of the defend
ants behind the bar serving: drinks. Th?
officer saw onlyx one customer served in
each case.
For the defense, the testimony showed
that the proprietor* stepped out for only a
minute and that the women were slmply
watchlng the property thus exposed.
The law says that a "female or minor
child under sixteen years old" shall not
tend bar, and it is contended that the law
should be takari to mean a femnle under
sixteen years old and a minor child under
sixteen years old. The Court of Appeals
will be called upon to construe the law.
HUMPHREY. On November 6. 19?>rt. to A. Hum
phrey and Lffille M. Humphrey, a daughter,
SEAHLKS. On Thursday, November 8, lS?fKl. at 12
m.. to Stanley and M. Gertrude Srarle*. 19
Randolph place northwest, a won.
COLE On Wednesday. N'oveml>er 7. 190(1. at
a.m., JAMES. l?eloved husband of Plor*Dc*
aged forty-eight years and fire months.
Funeral Friday. November 0, at 2 p.m.. from hi?
late residence. 12C2 V street northwest. Friend*
and relatives invited. 2
ntUJJ At 1:4? a.m. Wfdnraday. Nnrembrr 7.
lOWl. it ProTldeno* Hnapltal. after abort anil
painful Ulncaa, HESS IK A. FIKI.D. l*loT*d
ustiffbter (if Albert M. aud Amelia aged
tnplvo yeara and wwn mootba.
Aalerp Id Jeiua.
Kunera! from bomc, 1S2 Morris mad. Anaroatla,
Krldaj, Noreraber #, at _2 p.m. Rrlatlrn and
rrienaa invited to attend. interment ?t Tod
fresslonal cemetery. Funeral servlcai la cbupel
at Congressional cemetery at 3 p.m. Friday,
November . 1
GERMANK. On Wednesday. November 7. l#0?t,
MAKY MADELINE, eldeat daughter of <ieo. K.
and Irene Germann, In the twelfth year of her
Funeral from the realdence of her parenta. Sllfo
Mill road, on Friday. November t?. at 1:S?
p.m. Service* at St. Paul's Church. Rock
Creek, at 2 p.m. Kelattvea and frlenda In
HAMILTON. On W'edneaday morning. Novemtier
7, 1900, at 10 o'clock. In Stormvlll". N. V..
MOLI.IE. beloved wife of I'avtou Hamilton
and slater of Minnie Catlett and Martha Davla
of Washington.
Services at Stormvllle, N. Y.. Krlflkv. November
A, at 1 p.m.. after which body will he brought
to thla city. Notice of funeral ami Interment
HART>Y. On Thursday. November 8, Ifliifl. at B
o'clock a.m.. KMMA V. wife of Win II
Notice of funeral hereafter.
KING DON. On November 8. 1000. ( 3:45 am..
at Rookvllle, Md., JOHN KINGDOM. IwloTr.l
huaband of Alrerda C. KInfdon. la bin aeten
tleth .rear.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
LYMAN. Suddenly. November 0, 1900. at 7:25
a.nj . at the Homeopathic Hnnpltal. Mr*.
AM K.I. IA C. LYMAN, wife of Charles Lyman,
**ed alxtv-nlne yeara.
Kuneral aervlcea will be held at the late residence
of dweaned. 1243 New Jeraey avenne north
we?t. at 2 o'elock p.m. on Thuraday. Novem
ber 8. Interment private. 8
ni SSKLL. On Wedneadajr, November _7. lHXt. at
ID* i mm ?tai<-? soldiers' name, Washington.
D. C.. BENJAMIN RITSSEU.. brother of Mrs.
Johanna Gross, seed sixty-six yi'.ir*.
Funeral from Oak Hill cemetery chspel, Friday,
November 8.
VANKENBEROH. On November T. 1000. at 5:37
p.m.. at the home of hta daughter, Mrs. C. E.
Funeral Friday. November 0. at 2 p.m.. from bla
late residence. 1st and B streets southwest.
Interment at Albany N. Y.
YORK. On November 8. 1006. at Columbia Hos
pital. EMII.Y E.. daughter of Julia E. and the
late John York.
Funeral services Saturday afternoon. November 10.
at her late residence, 1S0C R street. Interment
Ostervllle, Mass.
In Xemorlmm.
BELL. In loving remembrance of my dear *on.
M. EDGAR BELL, who died sereu yean a go
today, November 8, 1899.
Loved in life, remembered in death.
DODSON. In ??d bnt IotIdj rrmi>inbrinre of my
loving wife and our devote mother, AI,U"E 8.
DODSON, wbo died Are ye?r? ?go lodsy, No
vember 8. 1601.
Lored Id life, la deith remembered.
408 H at. n.e. Modern Chapel. 'Phone E. 624.
1108-tf ,4 -
'Phone M. 63T.
Undertaker and Euitialmer.
Fueral Parlors, 301 Kail Capitol
Telephone Exit 372.
Modern Chapel. Telephone call. North #?.
To OS. S. SekOIeON,
1011 <tl? ?t. n.tr. T?leptreni' Main 1090
1520 N. Cap. St. - Tbone North 32JX.
*Ve OVUllU|p|pC!! L,
2008 Pa. Ave. N.W.
Augustus Burgdorf CoM
2008 Ttb >t. n.w. 'Phone. North 3SOS.
Everything flrat-clasa. Tcrma re??ou?ble.
1S2S UTII ST. N.W. Telephone North 3T?.
J. WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director
and Embaluier. Livery I11 connection. Cotuniodlona
chapel and modern crematorium. Modeat prloea.
382 I'ennaylvanla are, n.w. Telephone call 1,'tM.
Joseph F. Birch's Sons,
iUCt M \\T Parlor for Knnerala.
Frey BrOS?? ^ Hi Rmhalmari.
Strictly flrat-claaa. Chapel tor funeral*.
1830 14th ?t. n.w. 'Phone North S5S.
Undertaker and Kmbalmer.
Brrrythlng neceaaarr tor fueral*.
1141 SM at. B.w. Telephone TVeat 804.
'Phone 2416 Main. 14thanrt-Eye ata. n.w._
MarUe anil Granite Monument ,
aiili-BOt 4*4-48*1 Maas. arc. n.w.
?ABnMl>LU < UU1RI1&
Ometerr Work, of Krarj Dean-lptlM.
lltb auil New York ?ve. t.w.

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