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A This ol.l Quaker remedy, striking
A disorders of the human system by diss
A riRht to the seat of the disease, remo\
Y and produces distinct beneficial resu
Y tion of the Kidneys. Bladder Troubles
Y ous Debility, Sciatica, Muscular Rheum
$ PENN RIIEUMATISI^
Y slclans for more than Sixty Years
*j* cas.-s, which, with the addition of JJIo
T of this remedy.
X Over one million sample bottles of t
have been distributed throughout the '
V fr< ?- of barge. Thousands of letters h
y DRUC COMPANY of PHILADELPHIA
V praising tlie healing properties of PK:
V preparations are just as efficacious as
V ferlng from Dyspepsia, PEXN DYSPE
*J. digestion. If you have a cough or cold
A your Kidneys are out of order use PE]
J, lng from Catarrh. CHEER UP! You v
X TARKH REMEDY.
W> Write for a free, generous sample
have not alreai y done so. and satisfy
$ Penn Rheumatism Cur
? TABLET FORM
V PRICE IN LlQl'ID FOR:
Y SOLE MANE
| IPE1I IMS COMPI
I O'DONNELL'S
? WHOLESALE
Retail liy Affleck's Drug Store, 1423 F
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V and N Ms. n.w.; Modern Drug Compan;
i 2d and ?' sts. n.e.; Hlumer's Pharmacy
X Z"> .Minirw- ?t., AnacoMla; Luerssen'B I1
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Spring OpeoSog.
Mr. Chan H. Martin announces the
i opening of Ills Ninth Street Store,
616 9th St. N.W.
By courteous treatment and honest
values he hopes to win your patronage.
ilMrments are useless unless thev
fit. We'll give you nothing else.
CHAS. H. MARTIN,
?TAILOR?
616 9TH ST. N. W.
f?rOQ M VIA > na vvn tm te n ? t
v*on w i nano nciAtit<i>?niu/.
STIEFF
PIANOS
THE RECOGNIZED STANDARD Oi MODERN
PIANO MANUFACTURE.
SECOND-11 AND PIANOS AT ALL PRICES.
Iscludloc our own make, but allshtlT uad.
Bqnara Planoa. all make*. $30 upward.
Tuning and repairing by factory Expert*.
Clhas. M. Staeff,
Factory Wan Room*,
521 11th St. N. W? i
? 13 tf J. a OONL1FF. lflaaafer.
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:row because of the suc3s
of our shoes due to
methods, honest mateprice.
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just as good." We are
n that the
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in your city, or write us
TT, Inc., Na Abington, Mass.'
Cor. gth and E N.W., Agents.
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lELsmain i
o
service I
thorough, most scientific and <1
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id the result tells. T
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in eve strain. . ?
?f eye examination doesn't de- g
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eing placed before your eyes,
ect result is obtained.
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eyes. &
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Eyesight Specialist, |
South Side, $
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CURE I
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tder the Pure Drug Act as filed in *:*
>f Agriculture's office at Washing- ?{
lai ao. 430.
ICIME, TAKE TISE BIST I
as it does directly at the cause of many
solving the uric acid in the blood, goes
es all germs and poisons of the blood y
Its In cases of Bright's Disease, Conges- y
, Dropsical Swellings, Diabetes, Xerv- 'f
latism, Lumbago and Gout. Y
1CW TO IP has been in active use by 5*
the most eminent phy- *t*
in the special treatment of Rheumatic
iod Tonics, comprise the present formula ,5,
his standard RHEUMATISM CURE X
United States nf Amprlr-a nhcAintciv 2
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ave been received thanking the PENN A
k. PA., for their generous method and *.
S'N R1IEC.MATISM CURE. Our other
our Rheumatism Cure. If you are suf- ??
PSIA CURE will dispel all forms of Inrely
on PENN CHERRY ELIXIR. If >
MX KIDXEY CURE. If you are suffer- V
fill find the true cure in PENN CA- V
Y
of PENN RHEUMATISM CURE if you V
yourself of its wonderful efficacy. V
e Said by A1S Druggists, $
[?PER BOX. 50c. %
H?LARGE BOTTLE, $1.00. ...
FACTLRERS,
i? nsiiuinn mm ibhuhiimi t
m U 5 iruUULynl^lLlLirilUUinSo f
PHARMACIES, ?
DISTRIBUTERS. X
'enna ave.; John F. Butler, 401 Stanton ?!
and Q st. n.w.i Julius R. Meyer, 4th y
V, 7th and E sts. n. w.; W. H. Bradfleld, V
, N. Capitol and R sts. n.e.; C. H. Weiss, Y
harmaoy, Brookland. ^
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SOVERHOLTI
& :<i
j (Bottled In Bond.) 3E
h A General Favorite. |
it Overholt Pure Rye Whiskey, made -Jf
3C in 1H02 and bottled in 1H07. ^ ^
;-c V/UIO in uiuci iuaii luai buiu Ok II j'L
j? elsewhere at the same price. ]| [<?
:jjt Per full qt " 3?
I Colonial ??."e |
'4 C.f\f Otlh^rPl "The Purity Store." 4
;; Phone 2188.
a rohl8-tf,28 &
j Equal to most 30c. coffees.
i SEME ?OFFEE [
< DELICIOUS <^ => n fl_ k
4 APPETIZING ]J^C O [
4 SATISFYING II ll>o ?
< great Atlantic and Pacific tbTcoTx
. MAIN STORK, COR. 7TII AND E STl ?
Branches In All Part* of the Cltj. >
Stands In All Markrta.
mhJW-aori^ ^
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You'll be buying a tonic soon?
probably need one now. Brace up
your system with VITAL VIM.
Take our word for it. There's no
better tonic sold. Fifty cents a bottle,
at
AFFLECK S PHARMACY,
1420 Prana. Ar?.. Vaakloston, O. C.
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*1 fine Statio
I Piling Dc\
X The capacity of
Y street, has been read
J
jj? the increase. We w
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t We will move in a i
? The cost of the
X deterioration in its ^
? would be considerat
v time costs. We've i
v our reductions and 1
.{ AWAY PRICES.
| The biggest anc
j* iiv-c uuppiica, x mug
ington has ever seei
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Ellphoozo Youngs
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428 Ninth St. Ma in"1858.
Groceries?
Wholesale and Retail.
A satisfactory place to buy
the best Pure Food Products.
We feature Quality and Prices.
Speciafls:
Queen Olives?64 oz. Bottles.
Extra selected. $1.35.
Queen Olives?30 oz. Bottles.
Finest grown, $1.2.") size, now $1.00.
r? 1 ? 1
selected yueen uiives?10 oz.
500 bottles, 35c. size, at 31c.
Selected Queen Olives?10 oz.
800 bottles, 25c. size, at 22c.
California Pears.
Large cans, 14c.; $1.60 dozen.
Cal. Lemon Cling Peaches.
Large cans, 18c.; $2.15 dozen.
Virginia W ater-ground Meal.
5-lb. pkg., 18c.; bulk, 25c. a peck.
Curtice Bros. Preserves.
Large 3-lb. jars, put up pound for pound
fruit ami sugar, $1.00 size, now 71)c.
DOWN TOWN,
NEAR THE MARKET.
?= ~T -JJ
lilEBIC
liM/AUM klVV
I l fTI' "HI 11J
I EXTRACT OF BEEF
Celebrated for forty years as the moat concentrated
form of beef.
All other beef extracts came
later, and do not approach the
great original in efficacy,
economy and fine flavor.
Perfect Purity Guaranteed.
It MUST have THIS signature
blue, or It's not genulno
^ ' Phone or Postal for (
I Hartung's See Cream (
) and Water Sees. )
( You'll agree that what we \
4 rurnisn you is the best. J
/ Order Milk, Cream, &c., from our Sanitary ?
^ Dairy. \
) JOHN HARTUNQ, !
>^108 Florida ave. ^ ^^hune^N.^138^.^
II. =i\
For Societies,
Clubs and Schools.
S. N. MEYER,
112311 Pa. Ave. N. W.
Ja8-90t.eSu.28
a - 'a
A11 Mv Trvrpllpnt of
flair Goods
Qreatiy Reduced.
$3.50 and ?4.00 Switches con (2.50 and $3.00.
Gray Switches $4.7B now $3.00.
11 price*. $5.0y now (4 00.
$8. JO DOW Is. SO.
Lee's Hdr Medleant, $1. Restores gray hair to
cataral color?GUARANTEED. Prevents falling
hair.
Ualrdretslng, Shampootnf, Dyelnf and Bleaching.
b. MbLLER'S,
rell-d.eSo.20
? Finish the Walls with r>
I Alabastlne 1
I It is neat, artistic
and absolutely sanitary. ?
Nothing more desirable or more s
enduring; as a wall covering than ?
ALABApTINE. Easily tpplied. 8
Full line of Brushes.
F.eo'MiLith(&C ).|
Formerly a -n r~\ *=j * n ?- ' 3
? Ryneal's. /Kill S
? mlilU 28d " uu g
a
BEAUTJNE^H^OMPLEJOOJ^^
Oumranteed to rsmovs Frscklss, Pimp Its,
Liver-Spots, Tan, Sallowa#**, etc., la 10
*m 30 day*- SOc. mm4 $1.00 tgr druggist*.
i
ailley Co.'s i|,
?Je values offered in
nery, Office Supplies, jj
'ices, Books, etc. Y,
-'it*
our present quarters, 617-619 7th
hed and business is continually on
ere obliged to seek new quarters. $
treet n.w. will be our future home, v
few days. J
removal of our big stock and the $
'alue consequent to such handling <
)le. Then again every minute of
igured all these things in making ?
lave marked everything at ClVE- % S
1 best bargains in Stationery, Of- ?
Devices, Books, etc., that Wash- a
ii now await you. x
it but a few days. Come in at once, i
3AILEY CO. |
h St. N. W. !:
?* a
"Odd tilings not found elsewhere."
WATCHES
One expects much
from his watch.
You can place
absolute dependence
in any watch we offer
you?as a timepiece,
for long service,
for appearance.
We handle the best
movements and cases '
produced.
Berry Jewelers,
7n .r Silversmiths,
i I WlhBtmOre COo, Stationers,'
F St., Cor. Eleventh.
mil20-40(1
: ^
We Carry in Stock
Rubber Mats
?OF EVERY DESCRIPTION?Door Mat*,
Ruth Mats. Automobile Mats and Mattkijr,
etc. IUBBER MATS MADE TO ORDER
in any desired size to meet special requirements.
iryEstimates, designs, etc., furnished.
SUCCESSORS TO GOODYEAR RUBBER CO..
807 Penna. Ave. 'Phone 1378.
mh20-w.f,m,20
It We Vouch for
I The PURITY f
3w T T irr A H ?of our Lucca Olive
T . i oil. It's iin|M>rte<l <11- 7T
JT rect and l?ottled on the )T
"T AT 7\'T7 | premises. You'll find Tf
\ I-. jj jt highly satisfactory \y
|j for every use?table or
"T ATT r\s-\r* 'medicinal. In FILL yr
OIL, QOC. QT. and FI LL PT. <*
-& i littles. 90c. and 50c.,
\V FI T T ATT? riT 11 *: 1?
~jf ? I, l.U V^OAXVX. " JCBpCtlUCI/.
At*r 2l.
2S/ Thorn psora Pharmacy, t
tCFrank C.Henry,Prop.,703 15thSt.trah20-2?d
%
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WE HAVE A NUMBER OF GOOD
Secondhand
ft * n <i 1 ?
upriglttt Pianos
which will l>e offered at exceptionally
low prices for the n>?xt few
days, or until sold. Among these
are the following:
Kranich & Bach Upright, only.
Smithsonian I'pright $125
Worch Upright $1W)
Martin Bros. I'pright $175 ,
Howard I'pright J2<*>
Ijindemann I'pright S250 !
Decker & Son Upright $3(K>
Other pianos at correspondingly
low prices. It will pay you to investigate
this offer.
John F. El I is & Co.
937 Pa. Ave. N. W.
inh20-tf
V ? Si I
I When You Bmv a |
1SEWINQ MACHINE!
=& buy a good sewing machine. The
few dollars difference between the 1
3/ price of a good machine and the .
;<f price of a poor one will more than jj
j'.f come back to you in the greater 3? <
^5 efficiency and durability of the good 3? <
-;j machine^ '
:;s v rnc SJA IN DA KD KUTARY Is the s>best
in the world. ;Ji:
Sold on easy terms. s'j:
| StandardlSL co. 1 I
JOS. H. FISKE, Mgr., 602 9th St. &
& mbl-00t.28 & ^
-/<* ]
I. ? ^ 1
Qnp Kills
= I Bad . j
* Breath.
Eat onions if you want to, ,
, i 1 rn ~ rrs ? ? . -
tnen take y. i. xaDiets, and '
the disagreeable breath odor
will entirely disappear. !
Same way about smokingr or drinking.
Not a breath perfume, but
destroyer of all breath J
odors. '
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE.
5c. at Drug, Confectionery and \
iaio-3m.28 Cigar Stores. ]
zd t
i j
: Apricot Cordial, \ j
j 50c. small bottle; $1 large bottle. [ \
| A delightful after-dinner cordial J *
, that possesses the pleasing flavor of > c
1 the ripe California apricot. ' a
iTO-KALONSSj |
mh20-20d^ " Jj
fn\AINTINQ AND '
rPAPERHANQINQ.
Good taste and food judgment tn planning
Interior decorations and perfect execution
of the work have woo ns Innumerable
friends. Glad to give you an estimate, t
On HTTT Painter. 1727 7th St. a.w.
II 11 f Paperhanset. 'Pbooe N. 4128.
mhU-lOd 4l 1
THE WORLD OF SOCIETI
Hiss STOTSENBURG AND GAPT.
KROMER MARRIED.
I7^._ wrvi-v 0 11 St..?_
w uuu ucrruiuuy, w uicu omau v/oui
a
pany Witnessed?Engagements?
Personal Notes.
A pretty wedding today, at noon, was
that of Miss Jane Miller Stotsenburg.
daughter of the late Col. John M. Stotapnhuri?.
T7. R. A n nrl prnnddanehtpr of
the late Chaplain James La Tourette, U.
S. A., and Capt. Leon Benjamin Kromer
of the 10th United States Cavalry. The
ceremony took place at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Stotsenburg, In the
flower-decked drawing room, where flags,
etc., added a suggestive touch. The bride
was escorted by her uncle, Mr. James Ely
of New York city and was very beautifully
and becomingly dressed in white
satin trimmed with point lace. Her tulle
veil was crowned with orange blossoms
and the shower bouquet was of lilies of the
valley. Cavalry yellow silk was the color
of the dress worn by the maid of honor,
sister of the bride, Miss Laura Annesly
Stotsenburgr. Lieut. R. F. Jackson was
best man.
Only relatives and a few close friends
of the couple witnessed the ceremony,
which was performed by Rev. Herbert
Sf'rttt Smith rpftnr nf St Iforirurot'a
Church. A wedding breakfast followed
before the departure of Captain and Mrs.
Kromer for their honeymoon tour.
Commander William H. H. Soutljerland
and Mrs. Southerland have announced the
engagement of their eldest daughter. Miss
Harriet Rodman Southerland, to Mr. A1-,
fredo .Alvarez Calderon, son of the former
minister from Peru and now first secretary
of the Peruvian legation. This interesting
announcement has. of course, been anticipated
by all the intimate friends of the
juuns loujue, wno nave snared in tne general
satisfaction it evoked and who are
looking forward to the wedding as one of
the most pleasurable events of the late
spring. Miss Southerland is a charming
member of a popular family, and since her
debut, a few seasons back, has enjoyed
participation in almost every social event .
of any importance, as well as in the .continuous
hospitalities of her own home. She
has all the. mental accomplishments that
should especially equip the wife of a young
diplomat, and ?dds to thus a graciousness
of manner which she inherits from both
parents. Mr. Calderon is likely . to achieve
the same distinction that has followed his
father's connection with the diplomatic
service, and is greatly esteemed in the foreign
circle here. His family lived at 17th
street and Massachusetts avenue during
their last residence here, and the winter
seasons were marked by the debuts of the
pretty young daughters, Adelina and Rosa.
An announcement of interest to many
Washingtonians has been made by Mrs.
John J. Hurst of Baltimore of tl.e engagement
of her only daughter, Rebecca S.
Hurst, to Mr. Granville Smith, formerlv of
this city. The wedding will take place after
Easter. Miss Hurst is the daughter of the
late John J. Hurst of Baltimore and niece
of the late Bishop Hurst of Washington.
The marriage will take place in presence
of only the immediate families, and will be
followed by a large reception at the home
of Mrs. Hurst, No. 11 West Preston street.
The young couple will take an extended
trip throughout the north.
Mr. Smith is the son of Mrs. Isabella
Fallen Smith of this city and the late
Judge Irwin Z. Smith of St. Louis and
grandson of Dr. Montrose M. Fallen of the
same city. Mr. Smith Is a graduate of the
nuat-tia umuiuie ui iwnnuiogy ill
Boston, and has been connected for several
years with the Maryland Steel Company as
a naval architect. His brother. Dr. Dwlght
Gordon Smith of this city, will be best man.
Mrs. Jules Demonet will be at home tomorrow
for the-last time this season.
Mrs. I. S. Flushman. Mrs. H. Morris and
Mrs. Wm. M. Arnheim of 4(>f> Massachusetts
avenue northwest will not receive
tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. D. \Tonro annntmpp
the marriage of their daughter Bernice to
Mr. M. Harry Stevens on December 1,
Mr. Stevens is well known in musical circles
and is the tenor soloist in the choir of St.
Thomas' Church.
Miss Frances B. Andrews and Mr. Robert
Hollister Chapman of this city will be married
in June at the home of the aunt of the
bride-elect at Auburn. X. Y. Miss Andrews
is a daughter of the late William W. Andrews
of Cleveland and has resided here for
several years.
The Japanese ambassador and Viscountess
Aoki entertained at dinner last night Justice
ana .\irs. Brewer, me Colombian minister
and Mme. Cortes. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Watson,
tlie counselor of the Japanese embassy
and Mrs. Miyaoka, Count and Countess
Hatzfeldt-Trachf nburg, Count and Countess
Seckendorff. Major and Mrs. McCawley, Mr.
Justice and Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Marsh,
Prof. Neweomb, Mr. Yoacham of the Chilean
legation and Mr. Hanihara of the Japanese
embassy.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Britton were dinner
hosts last night, when their guests were
Judge and Mrs. H. M. Clabaugh, Controller
of the Currency and Mrs. William Barrett
Rldegely, Mrs. Samuel Rebu, Mr. Aldis B.
Browne, Mr. and Mrs. James Cecil Hooe, i
Miss Held and L>r. Henrv B. Deale.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee entertained at
dinner last night Col. and Mrs. Bromwell, i
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Henderson, jr.. Mrs.
Van Vechten Oleott, Mr. Walter Andrews, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fishback, Mr. and Mrs Nathaniel
Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. 1
Bell and Dr. and Mrs. Pettus. 1
Misses Edith and Edna Collum gave a ,
party Monday, March 18, at their home, 8000 '
Warder street northwest, where a pleasant '
nme was spent. .Among mose present were <
Mr. and Mrs. ^Sasil Ringgold, Mr. and Mrs. t
Winfleld Colburn, Misses Edith, Edna and 1
Lottie Collum. Cora Stanley, Lena Mcjilton, 1
Mary Cartwright, Mary Eckioff, Ira Wal- l
lace and Messrs. Robert Clinton, Paul Speir, 1
John Bonnell, Elsworth Qulnter, William <
Degges, Ray Ross, Clus Rlcketts, Victor
[ "asaiege and Col. Charles E. Foster.
Giames were played, after which the guests
jnjoyed refreshments.
Gen. and Mrs. J. Franklin Bell, who have
Miss Henning of New York staying with
them, had a number of young people to
meet her last night at a chafing dish sup- i
per. (
Mrs. catnarina ljoeffler, worthy matron of
Ruth Chapter, No. 1, O. E. S.. will be at
uome to members of that chapter tomorrow
from 5 to 8 o'clock p.m. tor the last
:ime ihis month.
Mrs. Carroll Mercer, formerly a well
renown resident here. Is on a visit to Mrs.
Edward McCauley, who is giving a 5 o'clock
tea today for her.
Mrs. Frederick H. Benedict gave a dinner
last night, and will go to New York
tomorrow to visit her brother. Mr. Coudert
Capt. and Mrs. Warren Beach are here to
spend the spring season, and will give a
3erles of dinners next month, beginning
\prll 5.
Miss A. E. Isham and Miss Gretchen
[sham, daughters of the late Edward Swift
Isham of Chicago, are vistlng Mrs. Letter.
Information has been received from
Jeneva, Switzerland, of the marriage there
. esterday of Miss Florence Conrad and Mr.
<*ord Thompson. The wedding occurred In
he American Episcopal C.urch, following
he civil ceremony at the Hotel de Vllle,
ind was witnessed by the bride's mother,
tfrs. George Choate Kendall, Mr. Kendall
ind her aunt, Mrs. Richard Austin Harlow,
diss Maud Conrad, her school girl
lister, and her little cousin, Catherine
Jirlow, were her only attendants. The
vedding breakfast was served in Mrs.
Cendall's apartments at the Qrand Hotel
la la Palx. It Is understood that the young
ouple will spend their honeymoon in Italy,
irrlving in Washington about the flrst of
lay. Miss Conrad was introduced to solety
two years ago by her mother, Mrs.
tendall. She has spent the past season f
mUV. Ur ** 1 ?*- '
icin ?*ui ***?. oiiu inis. nauuw. Air. rora Thompson
is the son of Dr. Ford Thomp- 1
on. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall will return to
Vashingtoh In the autumn, after a year of
ravel, to Introduce Miss Maud Conrad.
Marriage Licenses. p
Marriage licenses have been Issued to >
he following: F
Charles W. Burnham and Mary JB. Mc<ean.
>
' Carroll W. Browning and Eva J. Beyer.
Hans Mortensen and Anna C. Doan.
Maurice H. Weber and Rose A. lieNally.
William M. Harris and Henrietta Nelson.
Charles F. Harding and Orace M. Donn.
Ferdinand A. Armbrecht of this city
and Laura A. Laupp of Hyattsville. Md.
James Seaton. Chester. Pa., and Ada
Corbln of this city.
Robert Hill and Isabel Ray.
William M. Hudson, Philadelphia, Pa.,
and Florence Herbert of this city.
William A. Sabin and Nora Butcher.
Elmer E. Basitn and Florence Scherick.
Births Beported.
Births were reported to the health office
In the past twenty-four hours as follows:
John L?. and Maud Cannon. March 14,
1907. male.
Oscar A. and Eliza B. Danxenbaker,
March 18, 1H07. female.
Herbert E. and Annie B. Gill. March 16.
10(17. male.
Clarence E. and Anna T. Huck, March 18,
1007. male.
Otlo N. W. and,Ruth E. Nielson. March
16. 1!K>7, male.
John H. and Nellie F. Peck, March 17,
1H07, female.
T?l.? T > J A TT* T"? .. _ tf 11
jwnu \j. <tim /\mia r. i\?tv?'8. iUitH ii ii,
1907. female.
John T. and Mary A. Brown. March 16,
19(17. male. , #
John R. and Margaret Chapman, March
14, 1!H>7, female.
Daniel and Mary Duckett, March 15, 1907,
male.
Eugene and Mary Hawkins, March 18,
1907, male. ,
John and Maggie Smith, March 12, 1907,
male.
Charlie G. and Mattle Scott, March 16,
1907, female.
, > m
Deaths in the District.
Deaths were reported to the health office
In Kftior. no fnllnn-o
in mc jirtai lv>ClilJ-luui uuuia ao iimuno.
Pauline Aptor, 42 years, 365 M. street
southwest.
Charles C. Casey, 64 years, 225 Morgan
street northwest. x
Clarence R. Clifford, 35 years, 1(520 U
street northwest.
Jacob Heteenod, -44 years. Government
Hospital for the Insane.
Mary F. Feeney, 35 years, 1140 2!d street
northwest. ?
Kliza A. Rabson. 6!) vears.^10 11th street
southeast.
Albert J. Emery, 7 years, 213 Morgan
street northwest.
Mary Shepherd. 2ft years, 231 Pennsylvania
avenue southeast.
Martha E. Allen, 38 years, 117 Bowen
road.
Charles E. Smith, Go years, 1384 E street
northeast.
George W. Killmon. 42 years. North Carolina
avenue and 11th street southeast.
Jeremiah H. Donovan, 50 years, 2003 14th
street northwest.
T ' ** ? ? ?U\'l 11)>U atfnot
jonn Moore, 01 years, w) jum oucci
northwest.
Frances N. Cassell, 8 days, 3511 Warder
street northwest.
Joseph Clay, 70 years, 1008 .'Id street
southwest.
Martha Parker, 21 years, 309 13>? street
northwest.
Mary L. White, 21 years, 1235 Linden
street northeast.
George W. Dixon, 3 years, 1201) 3d street
southwest.
Clinton S. Dixon, 1 year 120!) 3d street
southwest.
John Kobinson, 38 years. Government
Hospital for the Insane.
Mary Williams, 50 years, 1454 Q street
northwest.
Richard A. Jackson, 1 month, 12!) G street
southeast.
Cora Crowder, 2 months, 108 17th street
northeast.
"WE ARE IN SOCIETY."
Patronesses of National Junior Republic
Entertainment.
Patronesses for "We Are in Society," to
be presented at the Belaseo Theater April
1, 2 and 3, for the benefit of the National
(juiuui xvcjjuuiiv, nave uccu aunuuiivcu, ao
follows:
Viscountess Aoki. Mrs. Audenreid, Mrs.
A. C. Barney, Mrs. Robert Bacon, Mrs.
Charles J. Bell, Mrs. Bonaparte. Mrs. William
J. Boardman, Mrs. Bryce, Mrs. Charles
S. Bromwell, Mrs. David Brewer, Miss Cannon,
Mrs. Donald Cameron, Mrs. MurrayCrane,
Mrs. Converse, Mrs. Richardson
Clover, Mrs. Cullom, Mme. Creel, Mrs.
Dewey, Mrs. Tiffany Dyer, Mrs. William
P. Eno, Mrs. Charles Ffoulke, Mrs. Charles
C. Glover, Mrs. Garfield, Mrs. Thomas
Gaff, Mrs. llale, Mme. Hauge, Mrs. ArchiKol.l
Unnbmo \f ro rtlliror Unlmac \f r* c
George F. Huff, Mrs. Hennen Jennings,
Mrs. Knox, Mrs. Arthur Lee, Mrs. John
K. McLean, Mrs. Charles McCawley, Mrs.
Guy Norman, Mrs. Robert Shaw Oliver,
Mrs. Thomas Nelson lJage. Mrs. Henry
Cleveland Perkins, Mrs. James Plnchot,
Mrs. Samuel Reber, Mrs. William Barret
Ridgely, Baroness Rosen, Baroness Sternberg,
Mrs. Theodore Perry Shonts, Mrs.
Alexander R. Shepard, Mrs. Strauss. Mme.
van Swinderen, Mrs. Herbert Wads worth,
Mrs. Wetmore and Mrs. Huntington Wilson.
LECTURE BY MISS MECHLIN.
Discusses Sculpture Before National
Society of Fine Arts.
The National Society of Fine Arts listened
to a lecture upon "American Sculpture"
by Miss Leila Mechlin at the Public
Library last evening. Mr. E. C. Mescnr
nrfjui(cu in cnnl/o nf
American sculpture in general, dwelling
particularly upon its charm. Thirty-two
stereopticon views were used illustrating
line works by American sculptors.
In speaking of the. art of this city
Miss Mechlin said: "There is no city In
:his country where American sculpture
:an so well be studied or where there
ire to be found so many examples of
:he works of both the early and later
Tien." She added that "American art is
io longer in swaddling clothes, but has
'ound its way Into the front ranks of
:ndeavor."
AT CHURCH OF THF COVENANT.
?uneral Services Over Remains of William
Jones Rbees.
Funeral services over the remains of
iVilllam Jones Rhees, keeper of archives of
he Smithsonian Institution, were held this
ifternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the family
-esldence, 2440 Columbia road. In the
fathering were many of those prominent in
he work of the Smithsonian Institution,
the District Society of the Sons of the
\merican Revolution, Anthropological So:iety.
District of Columbia Ijtferary Asso:iation,
Columbia Historical Society, Na:ional
Geographic Society and Pennsylvania
listorical Society, of which organizations
:he deceased was a member. The services
were conducted by Rev. Dr. Teunis S.
^aniline, pastor of the Church of the
Covenant, where t^e deceased had been a
ommunicant since Its foundation. Rev.
Dr. John T. Griffiths of Edwardsdale, Pa.,
is8isted.
The honorary pallbearers were Dr.
lharle* D. Walcott, Prof. Alexander Gralam
Bell, Mr. Richard Rathbun, Mr. Cyrus
if- 1-v- ? ** ? *
xuici, iUi. OiliiUil iicwt-uiuu, X-/I. Ci. ill. uaiaudet,
Prof. Otis T. Mason and Mr. John
3. McChesney. The list of active pall>earers
Included Mr. W. Irving Adams, Mr.
rames G. Taylor, Mr. Zeblna Moses, Dr. A.
7. Peale, Mr. George C. Maynard, Mr. John
?aul Earnest, Mr. Harry Dorsey and Mr.
Sdward Springer. The interment was private.
A meeting of the officers al?d em>loyes
of the Smithsonian Institution
vas held yesterday afternoon In memiry
of the deceased. Secretary Charles
3. Walcott, Assistant Secretaries Rathlun
and Adler and a number of other
issociates of the deceased spoke of his deration
to duty and his laudable personal
raits. Appropriate resolutions were adopt.A
All aAaoo a# ????
v?. mi uiiiv.cc vta. iiic kjiiiiinouuiaii j;i u|;ci
vere closed -this afternoon at 2 o'clock In
irder that the officers and employes might
lave the opportunity of attending the ,
uneral.
Hotel Arrivals, ,
fihorpham?EM ward C. Lyon. New York: s
aroea Hammond, New York; Charles Caron
Marsh and Mrs. Marsh. East Orange, .
f. J.; 8. C. Mead, New York; l'r. J. M. .
teeves, Philadelphia. '
Raleigh?D. 8. Walcott, Pittsburg: H. M.
rwMtt, New York; I. M. Hariey, New
York: John P. Markley and Mr*. Markley,
Chicago.
Ebbltt?J. A. Smith, El Paso. Tex.; M.
Berlin, New York; W. H. Reld. Brooklyn,
N. Y.: H. A. CMson, Brooklyn, N. Y ; J. W.
Herrick, Elgin, 111.
New Wlllanl-?C. F. Dewey, Berlin; M. S.
White, New York: R. H. Grimes, New York;
T. G. Pearson. Greensboro, N. C.; W. H. *
Van Arsdale and Mrs. Van Aradale. Chi
ca go.
Arlington?J. C. Matthew, Baltimore;
George Kramer, Now York; Wm. Mcl'herson,
Rochester, N. Y.; George W. Knapp
and Mrs. Kaapp, Boston. Mass.; Mrs. Ceo.
B. Easton, Louisville. Ky.
Normandle?J. G. Hack. Brooklyn: Georgn
S. Daily and Mrs. Daily, New York; J. P.
Newbold, Philadelphia; Asgood Welsh,
Philadelphia.
DIED.
BAF.R. On Wednesday, March 20, 1W7. at 4
a.m.. at lier resilience. 71 EM Mrwt northwest,
KI.IZABKTH BAKU. lM>1<n<-d moth.r of Mr?.
M. Duerat, Mrs. II. Kolltneyer iu<l Mr?. I'.
8atibfr.
Funeral notice hereafter.
HA ILKY. On Wednesday. March ?>. 1907. at
?:30 a.m.. PHILOMKLIA <J. BAILEY, wife
of the late James Hailev of Charles county,
Md., In the fifty-ninth year of her Rgr.
Funeral March 22, from her Jrite residence. 802 F
k! feet southwest, thence 1 to St. Dominic's
Church, where mass will be said for the rejkmm*
of her soul.
| BROWN. On Man-li MO. 1007. nt 0:30 o'clock
p.m., FLORA WEST BROWN. l>elovcd wife of
Edward Brown and daughter of the late Lewis
Went. *
Funeral from her late residence. 1307 C street
southeast, thence to St. Cyprian'* Church,
where requiem high mass will ??e said for the
rejK?e of her soul. March 22. at 0 o'clock a.m.
Burial at Mt. Olivet.
CLEMENT! Suddenly, on March 20. 1907. nt 2 30
a.m.. JOHN E. CLEMENT, beloved husband
f Marie Herbert CSlMIt, 1407 3d street
northwest.
Notice of funeral later.
HAWKINS. On Friday. March 1". 1907. J A N ? E.
HAWKINS, widow of Bobfrt L. Hawkins.
Interment Monday, March IN, U leu wood cemetery.
HAWKINS. Departed this life on Tuesday. March
10. 1IMI7. JOHN HAWKINS. In-loved
of Gcorgte Hawkins.
Funeral from hi* late residence. 1014 New Jorser
avenue northwest, 011 Friday, Mnreh at I
o'clock. Friends respectfully Invited to attend.
KKNXKny. On March 20. 1907. at 3:20 a.m.,
Mrs. IA>IISK KKNNKDY.
I Funeral from Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Friday.
March 22, it ;? rdock i.n. 2
LIVINGSTON. On Urldar. March 15. 1!*?T. Ht
1 lAH Ve*?s. N. MVJAMKS It. LIVINGSTON,
aged twenty-six.
I Funeral private. 2
McNt'LTY. On March IN. 1007. at her residence,
1220 North Broadenv unitinw.ro \i.i ? i i*.
ABBTH A., widow of Thos. F. McNulty, ag<'<l
ninety-one y?arx.
| Funeral from the above residence on Friday morning,
March 22. at 8 o'clock. Solemn high requiem
mass at St. Paul's <*hurch (Caroline and
Oliver streets, Baltimore, Md.i at 9 o'clock. 2
MILLER. On Wednesday. March 20. 1907, at 1:20
a.m.. OEORCE R. MILLEIl. beloved husband
of Ilettle Miller (nee Bradengeyer), In bis
thirty second year.
Funeral from hit* late residence, 470 K street
MQtbWMt, on Friday, March 22. at 2 p.m.
Relatives and friends invited to attend. 2
MONROE. Suddenly, on March 17, 1007. at Atlanta.
Ga., CHARLES R. MONROB, beloved husband
of Rtiania Monroe (nee Chase), In his fifty-ninth
year.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
OWEN. Mrs. CAROLINE T. OWEN, formerly of
Rm'hAstop V V * <* ?*_? *
? ni uni iiriu ii?mpimi, Marco
20. 1!>07. at 1j0 a.m.
Funeral service at the Church of the Incarnation,
N and 12th streets. Thursday, March 21. at 2
p.m.
PARKER. Departed this life. Wednemlav morning.
March 20. 1907. CIJRI8SA RAY PARKER,
aged seventy Ave years.
RBAI>V. On Tuesday, March 19, H*?7, at 10
o'clock a.m.. JAMES J., son of James and
Blanche Ready.
Funeral from his late residence. 4110 Conduit road,
at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, March 21. Funeral private.
se.ium(1'. un Wednesday, March 20. 1907. at 9
o'clock a.m.. KAltliAICA. beloved daughter of
Alhina and the late John Selbcrt.
Funeral from her late residence, M30 Ilosedale
street northeast, on Friday, March 22. at 9
o'clock a.m. Ite<|uiem mass at the Church of
the Holy Comforter at 9:30. Interment private. 2
TENNANT. On Wednesday. March 20 1907. at
1:05 a.m.. NORA TENNANT. widow of Andrew
I). Tennant.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
THORNE. On March 10. 11107 ?t 7 ? .n -r him
residence, "Th?? Oaks," near Falls Church. Va.t
JACOB M. THORXE, husband of Mary E.
Thorne (nee Roberts), aged sixty-one years, fire
mouths and two days.
Funeral services will l>e held at the Methodist
Episcopal Church, Falls Church, Va.. at 2
p.m. Thursday, March 21. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment at Oakwood cemetery.
2
UNGER. Suddenly on Wednesday, March 20. 1907.
at 6:30 a.m., at her residence, 04.* 11 street
northwest, PIKNRLE1TA, boloved wife of Joseph
Unger.
Funeral Friday at 8:30 a.m. Interment at Lovettsville,
Va.
in memoriam.
CARTER. In loving remembrance of our dear
father. WILLIAM CARTER, who died one 3ear
ago today, March 20, 1906.
One year ago today, dear father.
I saw you laid to rest.
God thought It be?t to take you home?
He knew you needed rest.
BY II1S DAUGHTERS.
GARCIA. In memory of our dear sister and daiiffh
ter. KATIE, who died one year ago today,
March 20. 1906.
BY FATHER, BROTHER AND SISTERS.
PIFFERLING. In loving remembrance of S. FIFFERLIMs,
who died March ?i. IHJC
BY HIS SON, D. PIFFERLING.
SCHROTH. In loving remembrance of my hushand,
HENRY SCHROTH, who died one year ago today.
Gone, but not forgotten.
BY HIS BELOVED WIFE. I.LIZA BETH SCHROTH.
SCHROTH. In loving remembrance of our dear
father, HENRY SfHItoTII, who died one year
ap) today, March 20. liMHJ.
The voice is now silent, the heart in now cold;
The smile and the welcome that met iim of old.
We ml88 him and mourn him In sorrow unseen.
And dwell on the memory of days that hav?* l*en.
BY HIS DAUGHTERS, MRS. NORTON ANIi MRS.
E8KITE,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
GEORGE r. ZL'RHORST,
.i.il V.n?..1n..a
^uurliaari unu r.uiuaiuin .
Funeral Parlor*, 301 Kant Capitol ?t.
Telephone Raat 372.
FRANK GEIER'S SONS,
1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W.
Modern Chapel. Telephone call North B29.
John M. Mitchell's Son,
UNDERTAKER,
730-32 11th at. a.e. 'Phone Eaet 87?.
mh3-lMt.4
TWOS. S. SERQEON,
flnnrnsflnR TO R. H_ rxiN
1011 7th~?t. D.w. Teitpbone Main 1080.
' W. R. SPEARE, "
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMRB,
5>4<Q> F Street N. W.t
WASHINGTON. D. G.
'Phones Main "fj;
H1NDLE & BAYLISS,
UNDERTAKERS. BTH AND H N.W.
' Phnnp M M7
Wm. S. RiJey,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER.
aoo 2d ?t. ?.?. . 'I'boiw hn ass.
'Phone. North 780.
FRED J. SPHNDLER,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EUBAU1ER.
1707 7th ?t. n.w.
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
ruvd tf ntdirnnvkda a un pud at k irnj
U2BJ14TH 8T. N.W. Telephone North 37?.
J. WILLIAM LKE, Funeral Director
and Embalmer. Livery Id connection. Coinmodloat
chapel and modem crematorium, Modeat price*.
832 PennajlTanla a?e. n.w. Telephony call ia.??.
FREY BROS.,
UNDERTAKERS.
V KKG Chanol 1 fi'tn 11th at n w
1 uuuc 4*. UVU, vu>|n >. iowv a >vm ot. u. n .
Joseph P. Birch's Sons,
3034 M St. N.w:
J. T. CLEMENTS,
Didtrtikcr and Embalmer.
ETerythlnf DMdun for Funeral*.
mi Sid ?t. n.w. Tfltpboo* Well sen.
WM. H. SARDO & CO.,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMQXLMKRS,
108 H at. D.f. Modern Cb?p?-1. '1'hone Kul Ml.
HARRY V. BOSSE,
UNDERTAKER AND KM BALM KB,
iMft V Can. ?t. 'Piiani North MM
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
G EO.C. S M A FF E R,
FLORIST/
'nut MM Mate. MU ud Krirn. .?.

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