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H WASHINGTON?PITTSBURG?CLEVHL AND. :
1 THE "CREMONA" AMONG
S PIANOS 1
: 5 1
3 As the Cremona is the ambition ? <
2 of everv violinist, so is the 3 2
? KNABE the ambition of every jj 5
:: lover of piano music. 2 3
3 Like the Cremona violin, the 3 |
5 KNABE piano is inimitable? if 3
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p Lnlike the Cremona, the 3 j
ft KNABE piano is easy to acquire. 3 |
3 We are showing a large stock ' 3 4
S of these wonderful instruments in if 3
:: both uprights and grands and we jj 4
3 sell them at the Factory prices 3
if and upon easy terms of payment ff 3
L when desired. Old pianos are ff $
3 taken in exchange at their full 3 3
0 value. 3 |
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ff There is no reason for owning ff ~
fi anything short of 3
1 j THE WORLD'S BEST PIANO.! 1
fi ,J 1328 F Street. I
I The New Ebbitt
Washington. DC ?
r. scnut r. r?m
J>OR Breakfast, for Luncheon, for /
Dinner or for an after-the-theater \
Supper The New Ebbitt offers its
guests the most perfectly appointed
Cafe service in Washington. I
The excellence of the cuisine and the p
of the surroundings have j
won first choice in popular preference. i
Not just a place to eat but to enjoy
Business Men's Music.
Luncheon Q* F* SCHUTT,
Half a Dollar. Proprietor.
pea, the point ?at
the writing suits the
ASK FOR THE ONOTO AT l'OLR STATIONERY, DEPART- ?
MENT OR DREG STORE. ?
1 "The Crown Z ,t" "" |
* pj An alluring Perfume is the 1
1 POT? CAT F Si *ast word o? the fashionable }
^ P i .woman's toilet. Sometimes ?
? S' when a person is far away. 4
j|; but to memory dear, a whiff !
J Fiat Limousine. fci cf h<? fa)'orit'c perfume will
* &; set the heart a throbbing. j
! Itala "40" Limou- Adopt a rcrfume of your
. P own. Wc recommend
j""'- y' I LUNE de MIEL
3i| Electric ansom ^ ljlc (jeijcjous|y sweet, new
jCab? Brewster body, ? ?ccnt that sprung into,
j ^ It instant popularity.
4 new batteries. j? Sold by all dealers of prominence.
4 Scad 10c mad your favorite dealer's
4 y- same for sample of BATHODORA,
I THE ? Blhm bottle of LINE DE MIEL
f 11 and "Fashion Book of Perfumes."
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1 I t< I J ( ( ) W tRUW> LAVENDER salts
~ ."H Crown Perfumery Co. of London
* Dupont Circle and Connecti- I: Dept. j.. ae Eut 20th at. New York
Icut Ave. ? _
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!1-I*1I1-I-4*1IHH.^.i11aI ESTABLISHED 1842. ^^ "
&jeiL@esas3s. HOMES & en. ?1?^1 ..
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! !_j_- - "It Pays to Buy tho Best."
Washington, d. a CEiAS. M. STEEFF, ; j
U - ,.-- . ' ,L_siS5=^ Direct Braucb Wanrooms of Factory,
1008-1010 F St. N.W.
Jn _ _, /"*-?,.-Il.r0 SECOND-HAND I'lANOS AT ALL
. -11 fl.V OOUflfl-, PRICES. including some of oar own
** J make, and altgbtly used Player-Pianos at 1
431 8th st Toys, favors, scrap ptctsrsa. fold, low figures. Tuning by Factory Experts.
*?w*r* *3 J. C. CONLIFF. Manager.
MM rnrnmm rn. a g
| Glide's fefV)
[ Special \<%?<my
[ Sale . j; ^?
[ oi | It s Cheaper,
;I Ir< _ . _ X j handier and far more saniHOf^e
II ^11 UU4> xi tary to have us do the family
l ? washing and get rid of all the
; and a aggravations incident to wash
Azaleas f 1 .. ,,r ,.
| Family Washing
fll th ^ fl i (Rough Dry Only) /fi\ c
; dUL U | All Work Returned AC
: Eaf-li one a beauty?avery one I 4? Hours After Re- IMlJb.
> grown in my own greenhouses. '? ceiving it
, ? , wash your clothes and
' (TrumAn C*r\ x I linen?blue and starch them
:Uim<Uie OrO&?, _iron and fold bed and table
12114 F St. N.W. I Iine?> t?we's and other flat
Y work?for 6 cents a pound.
; PHONE MAIN 4278. J
I Wash for Family of
PPPf$|||P?fH| Exhibition | 3 Costs About 50c.
and Sale ! Here's a sample?3 sliirt
f'mtoMB&m?* waists. 3 underwear (suits). 10
";V/ 1 of the handkerchiefs, 0 pairs hose, 3
, sh?lr#r sheets, 2 pillow cases, 4 towels,
"?Ke 6 napkins, 2 tablecloths, 6 or S
ClOflkS and pieces of children's wear.
Sisterg from n A n tim rrv. mt\v r
Bdagt | iLAurwuo MU>o,
Canterbury, N. H.f : 1710-118 E St. N.W.
PI Proftiotn^ ft luxuriant fro*1^.
1910. . .ft....-..^
No Interruption to bualneas on account of fire I ? |
it door. | 1
I The largest collec- f ^
\ ^ r tion of Fine Mirrors I j
^ seehinidVasMn^! I Ice Cream I
lowest prices. j Will grace your ]
"litter?^ sP?rklmg Pow<jer I serving table and \
tor Ainas tree nx- f i t , j
igs. Gold Paint, Aluminum j delight your i
aint, Metallic Paint. i guests Avith its j
-Irkr1rrL-ir?,c;r"!i,tand 9137th8t- I daintiness ? 1
IlltlU Kin Sr:iBMilW| Ph M MM 1* <
g? and you.u know I
KARR'S XMAS ^ | y?u are serving j
nTt j . ? s a the riches! ]
W altera special and purest ice I
For Xmas we offer an Open-face, Thin- Prpom mnrl#? ! ? if-. 1
model. Gentleman's Watch, 20-year guar- 11 V/I Colli lllOtlC II IE <
anfeed gold-tilled eaae, 13 Jewcla (Karr " -r* it? 1
. :: isFusseils.
\b".t wi']"S!.' $f| 1) K(Th Phone North 192.
worth-while gift, || ^ O d/ V ? a n-"? An ox J
1' 11324 Fourteenth St. ]
Henry C. Karr, J
WATCHES. DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY,
Li;^?':?vn4ve"Cor-I5thSt- [ FASHION IN HAIR
? . . .. igi Hk__ . C1t. a woman a beautiful head oi
- am .^'iws'ixriKi'bSssta
o asnrs' This
-inthe|uUtf f&i 'ssssssr
SCtlSC of the i? an abaolntal, barm
?? Q term. WnMBl"Z
jig) d There's no IBagMStffC. gST'g ??%?
^o?, ?,ller es,lb" ^SjBHI^fb',<?^!'SSe'??
Oniric rrr m?
JiJl ly it in town. 8?1* ^awrfae*or?ra and patawtaaa
?. Hrtno UIWtUL CBEJ1ICAL *TO. C0..U4 W. 2* 5? <*w Y.rk.
^ , Selections Sold and appifed by M. C. WHELA.V,
St OF? I' son irto -?
CJTomo In and examine oar stock. 1! | Oldest Music House 1
OGRAM'S f " ?'K" "]
GIFT STORE, I PIANOs
Next to Ogram's Drug Store, I
Cor. 13th and Pa. Ave. I -TyST X' SS ??? "I
- del0-aa.tu.th.40 9 Inuaj n CII ICC, rf\
<i v1111 ua^iuivJ uk w>||
.. t , ,t ........... T ... .0 I 937 PKNNA AVENUE. I
Decorating That \ ?i?
Is Superior. ! jc SALES" T
? Wb?n you have us do the interior dec- 4 I
ratine wo make a ?ureful study of the f TJ A X' TX T A TT\Tr\D V
homo and work out effective color ll /i A IJ L</\ Vj i\ JL/ix. X ,
schemes. Our charges are reasonable. t Phone Main 2039.
George PHtt Co., Inc., i 1730 =
I'alatlng. I'aperhangtng, L'pholaterlng. ?
window dbades, * ... _ __
I Save Mooey
~~~~ Goods laid aside for Xtrigs ill!Ill ?ON YOUR
on p?vment of small deposit. 1
SILVERWARE ?by having it done here, j
WfJl ?n? Our hand methods insure
(v IV I ll ,han an>* other store best appearance and LO><G ?*??
EST LIFE (or - ur linen.
goods: I ID" Large or small packages
Sterling Silver 'COMB, BRUSH called for. Write or phone,
and MIRROR SETS, . a I __T _ n? 01,
from SI 1 / * * v". I COLLARS, 2^4c; SHIRTS, 15cj
1 S> I & up DRESS SHIRTS, with cuffs, ISc
Sterling Silver MAN- ^ _ I <,cl(MOt>
ICURE SETS from . ' ?'
MILITARY HAIR * - li ~~
BRUSHES. Sterling U ,,n , 0
Silver Backs. Perpr. V ^ Up K?ll fl 0-^1 fl ft fl 11 flO/Ck
Sterling Sliver TEA- * - ||| I U IMi U UilUtVlMIU ^
SPOONS. "Special,1' \ << I
per >4 dot ** ** j ' ! T? f^rictmac
(FXEverything else at corresponding price#. 1 X VJI 111 I o I IllciS .
SAKS OPTICAL CO., j chaim. ??ses'
708 Seventh St. N.W. cabinets. desks.
?and other gifts that cannot
Cnristmas Gilts. " fail t0 prove ?*ei*?bleSherratt's
China Art Store. WlirdeTTlan & Co.,
s&sss sf.."2' &ts& *isinteeior Dico?atob8 a nnrnram
imeitlc white china for decorations and hotiae- . ,al Ca Three Doors
ild use. Fine aaaortment of art materials. OJU lain *31. North of F.
irrratt'f Roman Gold. Agent tor Revelation Reupholsterlng. Repairing, Reflnlabing.
Una Kilns. delO-sa.tu.th.W
60S 113th St. N.W. =====
Afternoon Tea Served In Demand
At the Sign of the ?The style and faultless construction o(
D-a?,m 0^4. Young's Delivery Wagons are the reaaons
DrOWn Ji ea Ir Ot^ for their being the unanimous choice oi
T. E. Youn^'sH^nST'ii^.
MILITARY TO PAY HONOR
TO M/U. GEN. RANDOLPH
Funeral of Deceased Officer to
Take Place Next Monday
?- -^?|jc. -<. -> ..^^^^Cr^BKS^^^Kgi
MAJ. GEN. WALLACE F. RANDOLPH.
Funeral services for Maj. Gen. Wallace
Fitz Randolph, U. S. A., retired, who
committed suicide yesterday afternoon at
his home, 1317 New Hampshire avenue, !
by shooting himself in the head, will be :
held at his late home Monday afternoon- i
at 2 o'clock. Rev. John A. Aspinwall and1
! Rftv. Ra.ndn1nli TT Mf?T^im bp#?n so- ^
lected by the family to conduct the
services at the house, while Capt. W. W.
Brander, chaplain at Fort Myer, will officiate
at the grave.
At the conclusion of the services at
the house the body will be placed yn a
caisson and conveyo.1 to the Arlington
national cemete.y, whefe the bur.al will
take place with the usual military eere
monies, including the firing of musketry
over the grave and the sounding of
"taps." The funeral party will be met
at the entrance to the cemetery by a
squadron of cavalry and a batte.y of Held
artillery from Fort Myer and escorted to
The honorary pallbearers will be Brig.
Gen. M. M. Macomb, Col. Hamilton Ko?)
wan, U. S. A., retired; Col. Charles G.
L Treat, 4th Field Artillery; Maj. Parker
[ West, U. S. A., retired; Capt. Edwin Lan\
doh, Coast Artille.y Corps; Maj. George
\ F. Banders, Coast Artillery Corps; Maj.
[ William Chamberlaine, Coast Aiti.lery
Corps; Maj. Henry T. Allen, 8th Cavelry;
\ Capt. Johnson Hagood, Coast artillery
i Corps, and Capt. D. T. Moore, 6th Field
> Mrs. Randolph and her daughters,
Misses Annie and Mary Randolph, ref
celved many messages of condolence yesF
terday and today, and many of their
more intimate friends called and tendered
i their sympathy and services.
I Mental Depression Manifested.
F From a man of jovial disposition, It "is
stated, Gen. Randolph became quiet and
r morose, giving every evidence of being
| mentally depressed. So alarming did his
? condition become during the stay at NewF
port last summer that an alienist from
( Bloomlngdale was summoned to treat
L him. The general imagined he was bc[
ing pursued by enemies whom he did not
identify and he feared they were going
t to harm members of his family as well as
! At the inquest at the New Hampshire
i avenue house yesterday afternoon, Dr.
F Thomas A. Claytor told of the changed I
| condition of Gen. Randolph during recent j
L months and explained to the jury what ;
l he had been told of his illness while he i
was away from the city for the summer.
Verdict of Suicide.
3 Miss Annie Randolph, called by the coroner,
explained the change that occurred
last summer in her father's condition,
and she also spoke of Ins having
| been treated by specialists. Her testii
mony satisfied the jury that Gen. Ran[
dolph was mentally irresponsible at the
time he fired the fatal shot and a verdict
was reached accordingly.
1 Marriage licenses have been issued to
William T. Houchins and Martina It.
Bowie, both of Baltimore, Md.
John R. Dc Farges and Philena H.
Harry Mudd and Irene Lewis,
i Andrew J. Moore and Mabel Tiffany.
John F. Sorrell of Dranesville, Va.,
' and Lillian A. Moran of Sterling, Va.
Roland R. Wonson and Mary Gorman.
Allen E. Tate and Lillian H. Eckart.
James A. Otey and Sophie A. Tyree.
Frank Fyles and Mary Okel.
The folowing deaths have been reported
to the health o??ice in the past twentyfour
John B. Crismond, 69 years, Garfield
John T. Siston, 28 yeans, 2920 Georgia
Horace Fountain, 09 years, 418 Warner
. William M. Culbertson, 73 years, Government
Hospital for Insane.
Mary A. McXeal, 78 years, 2729 N street
Joseph E. Smith, 80 yesys, 1839 Mint
Julia Jett, 3S years, Freedmen's Hospital.
Mary Bowman, 3S years, Freedmen's
Russell Burley, 34 years, Tuberculosis
William McFarland, 35 days, 309 Massachusetts
Charles Giles, 1 month and 12 days, 453
Missouri avenue northwest.
Ida C. Smith, 0 da>is, National Homeopathic
Robert Small wood, 10 years, Washington
Infant of William and Rebecca Magruder,
1014 7th Street northeast.
Found the Answer Was "Coffee."
Many pale, sickly persons wonder for years
why they have to suffer so, snd eventually dis.
cover that the drug?caffeine?In coffee is the
main cause of the trouble.
"1 was always very fond of coffee and drank
it every day. 1 never had much tiesh and ofun
wondered why I was always so pale, thin and
About fire years ago my health completely
broke down and I was confined to ruy bed. My
stomach was in such condition that 1 cm id
baruly take sufficient nourishment to sustain life.
"During this time I was drinking coffee,
didn't think I could do without it.
"After a while 1 came to the conclusion that
coffee was hurting me, and decided to give it
up and try Postum. I didn't like the taste of it
at flrat, but when It was made rlghi?^olled until
dark and rich?1 soon oecame very fond of it.
In one week i began to feel better. I could
eat more and sleep better. My sick headaches
were less frequent, and within five months I
looked and felt like u new being, headache spells
"My health continued to Improve, and today I
am well ami strong, weigh 14S imuuds. I attribute
mv present health to the life-giving
! qualities of Postum."
Head "The lload to WellviJIe," in pkgs.
"There's a Reason."
Ever read the above letter f A ufeyv
: aae appears from time to time. Tkey 1
are gcaalat) true aad full af human I
lute rent. ]
IN THE WORLD OF SOCim
MISS TAFT IS IK A WHIRL 01
Miss Dorothy Deeble Will Be Pre
sented at a Large Tea Today.
Miss Helen Taft Is in Baltimore, th<
guest until Tuesday of Miss Christin
Marburg, at her home, on Mount Vernoi
place. Mr. and Mrs. Marburg gave ;
dinner and dance for her last evening
which started a round of gayetks an*
entertainments which will c^ntlnu*
throughout her visit. She will atten 1 th*
german of the Bachelors' Cotihon Clul
with Miss Marburg Monday night, whei
the debutantes will make their Icma
bow to society. Miss Maibuig made he
debut last season and was extensively
entertained. The uinner given last even
tng was* to introduce Miss Tar. to th*
deDutantes and young men before the gcr
The guests, who numbered 105, in
eluding this season's debutantes and tnosi
of last season and young men, wen
seated at small tables placed in the larg*
ball and dining 100m. The decoration!
were graceful and unique. Ins.eau 01 th*
usual cen.eipiece the cloth was sprinalu
with ma.denhair fern and white roses
an especially beautuui rose bein^ lanl ue
side tne plate of each guest. The mantel.
Wire banged with ferns and sm.lax, dot
ted with roses, and tall palms at the hia
of the stairs, which were entwined w?ti
smilax. The orchis.ra lendeicu popu.a
airs during the evening. Ai'fer uinne
the floor was clea.ed and the large pario
thrown open, and the young folks aancc.
Miss Taft wore a charmingly girlisl
gown of rose pink chiffon draped ove
pink satin and trimmed with gold lace
and carried a bouquet of purple orchids
Miss Marburg also wore a dainty gowt
of pink chiffon and satin trimmed witl
white point lace. Mrs. Marburg's gowt
was of black jetted net over white satin
with an overdress effect of black velvet.
Miss Taft was the guest of honor at ai
informal luncheon given today by Mis!
Anne Winslow Will.ams. the debutant*
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Wins.ov
Williams. Tonight a dinner party wil
be given for iter by Miss Williams at hei
U? ^ T.^ ktf C
I1UIJ1C, O r^iJSl DilKIrl aiicci, iumukcu IIJ- c
Tomorrow afternoon Miss? Marburg am
Miss Taft will receive their friends in
formally at Miss Marburg's home, or
Mount Vernon place. In the evening Mr
Walter deC. Poultney will give a dinnei
for Miss Taft at Ills home on St. Pau
street, fo'.lowed by a musical, to whfcl
a few additiona. guests have been asked
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Marburs
will give a dinner of twelve covers for
Miss Taft, who will later attend the ger
man. Miss Taft. will return to Wash
ington Tuesday morning.
Another notable Washlngtonian is a!
present in Baltimore, Miss Mabel Boardman.
She will speak tonight before the
Saturday Night Class on Red Cross work
and last night was honor guest at a dinner
given at the Belvedere by Mr. and
Mrs. Do Courry W. Thorn.
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Becker have
returned from Europe and are at theii
home, 1700 Rhode Island avenue, for th
The Mexican ambassador entertained at
dinner last evening In honor of the Secretary
of State. The ambassador's gueste
to meet the Secretary were the ambassador
of Austria-Hungary, the Russiar
ambassador and Baroness Rosen anc
Baroness Elizabeth Rosen, the minister
of Peru and Mme. Pardo, the Netherlands
minister and Mme. Loudon, the
Belgian minister. Senator and Mrs. Hale
Mr. John Barrett, Miss Mary Williams
and Mr. Ricoy. Mr. Bulle and Mr. Algar
a. secretaries of the embassy staff.
The ambassador will entertain the Attorney
General and Mrs. Wickersham at
dinner on December 24.
Miss Elizabeth Hammond, who is presiding
over the hospitalities of the home
of her brother, John Hays Hammond
while he is abroad, entertained at luncheon
yesterday for her niece. Miss Maj
Hammond, and her cousin. Mis.- Eliza M
McMullin. Her guests were Miss Hildegarde
Nagel, Miss Villegas, Miss Louise
Hellen, Miss Hinsdale, Miss Mary rttcn
Miss Margaret Cotton Smith, Miss Katherine
Jennings, Miss Winslow, Miss Mary
McCauiey, Miss Adelaide Heath. Miss
Drftothy Williams, Miss Noyes. Miss
Goldsborough, Miss Carolyn Murray, Miss
Ruth Pilling. Miss Talbot, Miss Margery
Aleshire, Miss Margaretta Symons, Miss
Putnam, Miss Greely, Miss Oge, Miss
Hinckley and Miss Hoylc.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Richardson,
1317 Connecticut avenue, owing to the
death of the brother of the latter, have
recalled their invitations for the tea
Monday, December 12. at which they
had expected to present their daughter,
Miss Amy Richardson.
Mrs. F. L. Oliver, wife of Lieut. F. L.
Oliver, U. S. N., will spend the rest of the
winter with her mother, Mrs. Snowden
Hempstone, 1302 Newton street northwest.
Miss Marie McMillin Brown and Miss
Gertrude Wagner are visiting in Annapolis,
and will attend the hop tonight.
Mrs. Charles M. Pyne, widow of Capt
C. M: Pyne. has arrived in Washington
for the winter, stopping for a time witli
her son, Paymaster Frederick G. Pyne,
U. S. N., and family at ltH2 21st street.
Dr. and Mrs. Wal'ace Radcliffe will giv<
their annual reception to the members
and adherents of New York Avenue
Presbyterian Church at the Manse, 1201
K street, on Monday evening, Decembei
12, at 8 o'clock.
Prof, and Mrs. Charles G. Abbot hav<
returned from Mt. Wilson, Call, whert
for the past seven months Mr. Abbot has
been engaged in solar observations.
Mrs. Rachel Rosenbaum and Miss Lena
Rosenbaum will leave for Fortress Monroe
tomorrow by way of Richmond.
Mrs. A. Wilde has cards out for a large
tea December 13, in honor of Miss Rosenbaum.
A merry crowd gathered Thursday
night at a birthday party given in honoi
of Mr. Walter Hardon at the parish hal
of St. John's Church, Forest Glen, Md
There was plenty of music and dancing
while full justice was done a table spread
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs
Walter Hardon, Mr. and Mrs. Jacot
Powell, Mrs. A. M. McKay, Messrs
Frank Hewitt. S. N. Richards, Park Warren.
Andrew McKay and Henry If. Boyle
of Silver Spring. Md.; Mr. W. Lake and
Mr. Aubrey Whitlock of Broadway, Va.
Prof, and Mrs. Fersinger, Mr. and Mrs
F. Driseoll, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wagner
Misses Carrie Fersinger, Marie Bontz
Anna Sullivan, Katie Riordan, Cecilis
Fersinger, Joe Lake, May MacNlchols
Olie M. Leconitzer and Mary Bartels, and
Messrs. James J. Riordan, J. J. Quinn,
W. A. MacNicho'as, and Leo J. Flanagan,
M. D.. of Washington, D. C.
Miss Inea M. Howard of the Portner
has gone to Baltimore for a few days.
Gov. Judson Harmon of Ohio and Adjt.
Gen. Weiblich were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Willis J. Abbot at Congress
Hall Thursday evening. After dinner an
informal reception was held at which
nearly a hundred members of Congress
Mrs. F. C. Ainsworth will be at home
Fridays in January.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cranford of Washington
are in New York at the Hotel
Mrs. William V. Judson, wife of the
Engineer Commissioner was hostess of a
delightful tea yesterday afternoon at
Rauscher's, which she gave in honor of
Mrs. William H. Bixby. wife of the chief
of engineers of the army.
The reception room was decorated with
clusters of palms and ferns, with pipit
roses on the tea table.
Mrs. Judson received in a handsome
gown of blue chiffon.
Those assisting wefe Mrs. William L.
Marshall. Mrs. Langfitt. Mrs. Green Clay
Soodloe. Mrs. Barden, Mrs. Cochran Hill.
Mrs. Johnson and Miss EUse Davis.
The home of Mrs. John W. Bayne, on
I Connecticut avenue, was thronged yes'
terday afternoon at the tea wtfiich she
gave to Introduce her youngest daughter.
Miss Louise Dudley Bayne. The drawing
room and dining room were exquisitely ]
decorated for the occasion, and the
charming young debutante was sur!
rounded with the bouquets sent her by 1
admiring friends. Mrs. Bayne received
In a handsome gown of b'ack crepe meteor,
heavily embroidered and trimmed 3
with jet. The debutante, standing beside
her mother, was most attractive in
- her gown of white messabne, with an .
overdress of cloth of silver, with silver
bead Hnd crystal trimming. Miss Bayne.
Miss Harriet A. Bayne and Mrs. David ;
B. Tennant, jr.. of Virginia, sisters of
the debutante, also assisted in receiving.
Mrs. Alfred F. Hopkins and Mrs. L>uis
C. I.ehr presided at the tea table. The j
e other assistants were Mrs. John R. Clae
1 gelt. Miss Gertrude Greely, Miss Doris
, i Haywood. Aiiss I>nrothy Ileeble, Miss
Edythe Howard. Miss Elizabeth Collms,
1 Miss Leonora Finley, Miss Octavia Gil- (
. moor. Miss Margaret Breckinridge and ,
j Miss Eleanor Anderson. ]
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2 Mrs. William Riley Deeble will present
b her second daughter. Miss Dorothy Dee- j
It ble, at a large tea this afternoon, at ;
1 which the assistants to the hostess and
her two daughters will include Mrs. <
1 Thomas Hyde. Mrs. I>. W. Glazebrook. ]
r Mrs J. Selwin Tait. Mrs. H. A Gill. Miss <
Doris Haywood. Miss Elizabeth Collins. J
Miss Adelaide Heath. Miss Louise Bayne,
Miss Leonora Finley, Miss Gertrud
e Greelv, Miss Edythe Howard. Miss Julia :
- Whiting and Miss Ruth Billing.
Mrs. A. Gordon Jones will give a dance
s at Rausoher's tonight to introduce her |
3 young daughter. Mjss Nancy Gordon Jones,
a and also to complinn nt Miss Adaline
s Culp, a debutante of the present week.
a Mrs. Gordon Jones* house guests are
j the Misses Hopkins of Howard county, ,
Md.; Miss Josephine Broders of Warr n- ;
' ton. Va., and Miss Josephine Page, also
. of Virginia About ninety young people
* will enjoy the occasion, including a num- I
her of young men from Cornell und Penn- j1
1 sylvania universitit s.
Mrs. Mark llanna. who has been abroad
several months, returned to New York 1
Many of the younger set went over to !
Fort Myer last night for an informal
dance arranged by the officers.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Wolff have j
taken the house, 17-H Kiggs place.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Wynne, who
are again residing in their former home ;
j on Rhode I.-land avenue, will give a hail ,
| the evening of January 'J at Kauseher s,
' when Mis& Ruth Wynne wid be presented, <
Mrs. Douglas F Forrest is spending the
| winter in Richmond, Va
Miss Gillette gave a luncheon yesterday 1
; in honor of Mrs. Hughes, wife of Justice
Hughes, and Mrs. Lurton, wife of Justice
Mrs. James W. Pinchot and her daughter,
Lady Alan Johnstone, went to New
York today to visit Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Pinchot, at their home. No. 1021 Park j
avenue. Lady Alan Johnstone will sail j '
for England December 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hull announce the
marriage of their daughter Angela Marie <
" and Mr. John Francis Deeds Wednesday,
November ft, lftlO, at St. Paul's Church,
, Edieott City, Md., Rev. Father M. A. ]
_ Ryan officiating.
I Mr. Deeds is the eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Deeds of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Deeds will be at home 1
[ after December 15 at 117 U street north- (
Cards have been received here announc-;
; ing. the marriage of Miss Ethel May *
Hardell of this city and Mr. William Berry S
Taylor of Hyde Park, Mass., at Rockville, |
Monday, November 28. Mr. and Mrs.
I Taylor will be at home after December 15
. at No. 170 Beaver street, Hyde Park, i
" Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Schoenthal of 324J
. 11th street southwest, accompanied by "
their daughter Minnie, will leave in a fewdays
for Unlontown, Ala., where they wtllj
spend the Christmas holidays with Mr. j 1
and Mrs. Joe Pach.
The ladies of the Rector's Aid, St. Mar- j
garet's Church, will hold their annual J
luncheon and bazaar at Old Masonic
" Temple Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday '
1 next. Mrs. Redwood Vandergrift is in j
charge of the arrangements and will be i
assisted by Mrs. Bradford, Mrs. Sevel'on j
I Brown, Mrs. Clarence F. Norment, Mrs.
' Victor Kauffmann. Mrs. Braston, Mrs. ]
| Charles Fraily, Miss Florence Adams,
" Miss Perin, Miss Mae Orotty and many
others. It is expected that their efforts '
will meet with even more success than in
The following births have been reported ;
1 i to the health office in the past twenty1
Morris and Sarah Bien, girl.
Walter C. and Lillian V. Carter, girl. *
Jsrael and Lena Cheinikow, boy.
Walter and Annie M. Dechant, boy. I
Otis II. and Mary E. Easterday, girl.
Samuel J. and Mary A. Easterday, boy.
Clifford C. and Lillian M. Fawsett, boy. \
Herman and Marie Gnatta, boy. 1
George M. and Margaret M. Lehman,
Julian and Minnie Lindsay, girl. 5
William and Sarah A. Morris, boy.
Joseph and Annie Minovich, boy.
David E. and Alice C. Stephan, boy.
Clarence H. and Eva M. Sweeney, boy.
Lee J. Arthur and Katherine F. Fray,
John B- and Mary F. Johnson, girl.
William and Margaret Lewis, boy.
i Allen and Elizabeth Sims. boy. \
i William and Elizabeth Simpson, boy.
11. ? John
W. Morgan has finished an incubator
of 18,000 egg capacity, and is op- .
i erating it very successfully. The manu5
facturers say that this is the largest individual
incubator ever built.
"I DIED. == ,
; BOONE. Departed this life, on Wednesday. De- 51
cember 7, 1010, WILLIAM BOONB, beloved
i husband of Hattie Booue; devoted father of
i WUHani, John. Raymond and Elizabeth I
A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we loved is stilled:
A place is vacant in our home
Which never can be tilled. *
BY FAMILY. r
Funeral from his late residence. i;i F Street tor- ~
: race southeast, Sunday. December 11, at 2
p.m. Relatives aud friends invited to attend.
BOWIE. On Friday. December 0. 1010. at
Brooklyn, N. Y.. .TAMES A., beloved son of
Victoria <5. and Nathaniel Bowie and brother ~
of Ella M. Ounnell. Cora B. Thomas. Mary
I K. Hawley and Wm. A., Walter II. and
Egbert J. Bowie.
Funeral from 1?W2 10th street Dorthwest Monj
day, December 12. at 2 o'clock. Relatives
1 and friends Invited.
BOWIE. On Sunday. Decombcr 4. 1010. at
> 11:15 p.m., at her residence, 1?M1 4th street
northwest, ANNIE E. BOWIE, b Inod mother
of Louisa Brooks aud Ella Bowie.
Funeral service at Brook Grove Church, Md., I
I Sunday, December 11, at J p.m.
; BROWN, tin the evening of December 9, 191o,
at the borne of her son-in-law. Rev. E. V. j
Kegester. Reisterstown road, near Wvlle are- I
line, Arlington. Md.. FELICIA JEWELL, wife
of the late A. E. Brown.
L The funeral will take place from the above reel- I
dence, Monday. December 12, at 1:30 p.m. ' V
I Interment (private) in Loudon Park, Baltl- j 41
COLE. On Friday. December 0, 1910, at bis
residence, 174*5 New York avenue northwest,
BENJ. F. COLE.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
FREEMAN. Departed this life Friday. December
9, 1910, at noin, St'S.NNvH
WALKER FREEMAN, the wife of llev. 1 Kdw.
Freeman and Bister of Rev. Wiilla.ii I
Funeral Monday, December 12. at 2:30 p.m.. 01
from the residence of her brother, 1418 2!
Pierce Place northwest; thence to the X n - i
teenth Street Baptist Church, connr 19. h j 1
and 1 streets northwest. Relatives ani r
friends are Invited to be present. V
HAWKINS. Suddenly on Wednesday, December
7. 1910. at 10:30 ptm.. AMANDA, beloved
sister of William, Levi and the lata tS
Jacob Hawkins. _
Funeral from her brother's residence. 22*? O ?
street sonthwe't, Sundav. De-e-iher 11, a:
1 p.m.; thence to Providence Bapt st Cburc i.
O street between 3d and 4^4 streets oou.b- ?
west. Relatives aod friends invited.
n.tws On Friday, December 9. 1910, ELLEN
HAYES, bejoved mother of Robert Hayes. ffc
I Fuuc..U it.r.vale) from bcr late residence. 404
11th street southeast, Sunday, December II. ?
at 2:30 p.m.
JORDAN. On Wednesday. Doc-mber 7, 1910. _
st Philadelphia. Pa.. 11ILLEAKY, beloved /
husband of Alice Braxton Jordan. r
Funeral Monday, December 12, at 2 p.m., from
Metropolitan Baptist Church. 1
KING. Departed this life on Friday, December
9, 1910, JOHN L KING, beloved husband of
tbe late Mary E. King.
Funeral from residence of bin sou, B. A. KlVs.
Maryland avenue between Anderson and
Krauklio street*. llyattsvllle, Md . M?i4f<
December 12. at 11:30 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited to attend. ~
LLOYD. Suddenly, at 1? p.m. Dcranaber 7.
1910. WILLIAM II. LLOYD, beloved husband
of Kate Lloyd.
Funeral fmni tbe residence of slater. Mia. harab
J. Fow'er, 217 13tb street sontbeast. Sunday
at 3 p.m. Friends aud relatives lnvltad.
dAORFDER. On Friday. December ?. 1M0. at
3 a.m. at his mother's residence. Laadover.
Md . FIELDEli WILSON MA0RtID?R. sfad
"uneraf from hia late borne Sunday. DwenM
11. at 2:30 p.m.
MARSHALL. Departed this Ufa on WrfoaiW.
Dtvemtrfr 7. 1910. at 11:30 p.n? at 901
HHJfhwfttf. Mn KUf AHirrn WYV.
K1NSOV MARSHALL^'tbc~?Dter of'jobg'r.
N. Wilkinson. ar.
funeral from Israel C. M. 1". Churrb. WW 1't
and" B streets southwest, on Sunday. I>~
i-cmber 11. at 1 p.m. Rolattvca and fries#*
arc cordially Invited to attend.
All members of the Grand Chapter. Ordar of
the tastem Star, will a?-emblo In lite 1 ctore
room of Israel C. M. K Church, corner lat Snd
B afreets southwest. at 12 o'c'.o k Hunda... to
attend the funeral of our deceased sister. RL1Z
A BETH W. MARSHA LI*. l?v nnW *f the
prand royal matron, E. L. WAYNE, U. B?o
All members of Gethsemane Chapter, No. A.
it. E. S., are urgently requested to meet at
Israel c. M. E. Church, Nuuday. December 11
it 12:30 p.m.. to attend the funeral of ^at
Royal Matron K4JZABKTTI W. MARSHALL.
REBECCA J GRAY. Royal Matron
JULIA 1". TAYLOR. Secretary.
VlcRKYNOLl'S. tin December 8. H40. et 13
o'clock, at her residence, ?12 South Carolina
avenue southeast. LOUISE J. McREYNOLPS.
1-eloved sister <>f the late George U. M<"Reynobis.
aged sixty-six years,
funeral from Asl-ury Church. Iltli and K etreeta
northwest, on Sunday. December 11, at 1
o'clock p.m. Friends invited.
All officers and tm mlwrs of the Indies' 1 lei la
hie Immediate Relief Society are requested tn
ittetid the funeral of <.ur Je<s>a>x>d sister, Mrs.
LOUISE J. MillEYNOL.ltS, Sunday.- Ttecemher
11. at 12:S?i o'clock. from the Asbury Church.
Ilth and K streets northwest. Girder of tb*
president. Mr*. JULIA M. LAYTON. ADDIE
CTIASE GREEN. Secretary.
RANDOLPH. On Frld.ir. December t>. 1310.
MaJ. Geo. WALLACE FITZ RANDOLPH.
United States Ariuy, retired.
Funeral fcun hi* late r> * 'den.v. 1317 Vc* Ham'
>hire avenue. Washington, D. Moudav,
December 12. at 2 o'elock. K.ndly oaait .
flon- r*. (New York ami Philadelphia paper*
please copy t
MIUTARY ORDER OF THE LOYAL LEG 10*
OF THE UNUrED STATES
Comniandery of the District of Colnmba.
City of Washington. December 10, 1310.
The death of Comiianlon WAIJ.ACE KIT/.
RANDOLPH, Major-General. U. S. Army, in
this City on the pth instant, la announced to
Funeral services will !>e held at hia late ma'
lenc?. 1317 New Hampshire Avenue hi w . on
Monday, 12th instant, at 2 o'clock I'M In
terment at the National Cemetery. Arl.ngtnn.
By command of
Rear Admiral GEORGE C. REMEY. 1". 8. Nary.
W. P. HUAFORD, Commander.
SHAXDS. Departed her life Wednesday, De
rwuber 7. 1910. Mr*. WINNIE A. K11AKD8.
wife of Allen Shands, and devoted mil *r
of Bra and Ern'Dt Shan If. sister of Martba
"Gone bnt not forgotten."
Funeral, Sunday. December 11. at 1 e'clerk
p.m.. from First Baptist Church. rtth a~4 O
southwest. Relatives and friends are Invited
SHEE1IAN. Suddenly, on Thursday, Decern be9.
1910. ELLA SUEEHAN. at Ft<wl4a?-a
funeral from Providence Hospital on Monday.
December 12. at 9 a.m. Mam will be awn*
iu the cbapel.
Members of tbe Ladies' Auxiliary. No. ?.
Knights of St- Jobn, are hereby notified of tb
bath of their sister. El/LEN SHF.EH.t>'. F"
leral from Providence Hospital Monday mart
ng at 9 o'clock. Members of Auxiliaries No
18 and No. t$2 also invited to attend. K.
dOGBE. Pres. F. CALLAN. Secy.
sTKRNE. Suddenly, on Tburadiy. December 8
1910, at 10:10 p.m.. at ber residence, AVI W
street southwest. GRACE MAT. eldest daughter
of Addle and the late Edward Stem*-,
aged seventeen years.
"uuoral will take place from ber late reatdear*
ou Monday at 10 a.m. Burial at tilaaaraod
rAYLOR. On Friday. December 9. 1915. at bia
residence, the Burlington. Vermont avaaoe.
HAWKINS. Jr.. beloved husband of Cor*
funeral services will be held In the parlor of
tin; Burllnston. 1130 Vermont avenue northwest.
on Sunday, December 11. at 3:30 p.m.
Friends invited. Interment private. (Minn*
spoils, San Francisco and Chatham, N. Y..
papers please copy.)
THOMAS. On December 9, 1910. at 1 a.m., at
her residence. 1522 Nerris street northeast.
MINNIE, tbe beloved wife of H.nry E.
Thomas and mother of Martba Fisher.
Gone, but not forgotten,
funeral Sunday. December 11. at 3 p.m., fraaa
Mount Vernon Baptist Church. 1344 H street
TODD. On Friday, December 9. 1?10. at T:!?
o'clock a.m., at ber residence, 918 M street
northwest, Mrs. C. E. TODD,
funeral at 11 o'clock Monday morning, libfment
"RKAIt. To our dour mother and grandmath sr.
Mrs. K. C. FIIRAR. who entered eternal Wat
sis years ago, December 1?>, 1004.
Having finished her course In faith now raatn
'roni her labors."
JY IIEH CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREX.
REI ND. In loving remembrance of oar deer
mother. ELIZABETH FRKUND. who pawd
away two years ago today, December 10.
Yhlle our dear mother rests in peaceful nlnep
ler <lear memory we will ever heep.
JY HER SONS. J. LOUS FREEND, FRED
FREEND. WM. J. FREEND, HARRY P.
FREEND. JOE B. FREUND.
rIATTHEWS. lu sad hut loving remembrance
of our beloved wife and mother. JULIA
FORD MATTHEWS, who departed this llfh
one year ago today. December 10, 1009.
O Savior, our hearts are so weary
As we walk along life's way;
So sad since wife and mother left oa
Just one year ago today.
BY HESBAND AND CHILDREN.
VILLIAMS. In loving remembrance of etr
dear husband and devoted falher. ROBERV
WILLIAMS, who entered eternal rent December
1?>, 1902. eight years ago today.
BY THE FAMILY.
Joseph F. Birch's Sons.
?o34 m st. n.w. a**
A. 0. FREY,
NDERTAKER. CHAPEL FOR FEN*RALE
1830 14th st. n.w. Phone North MA
George P. Zurhorst,
TNERAL PARLORS. 301 EAST CAPITOL ?T.
Telephone Lincoln 372.
W. R. Piammphrey & Son,
Funeral D: rectors and Era balm era,
1523 14th st. n.w.
Phone North 2030.
W. R. SPEARE,
rUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALM**
94? F Street N.W.
WASHINGTON. D. a
Phones Main Jf??'
Frank A. Speare. Mgr.
Joseph Ofiiwler's Sons,
Rat ah'I ?fced tS30.
1730-32 Pennsylvania ave. n.w.
Chapel. , Telephone Mala 106A
WM. H. SARDO & COTTNERAL
DIRECTORS AND EMBALMS**
>8 H at. n.e. Modern chaps I. Phone Llneola ISA
FRANK QEIER'S SONS,
1118 SEVENTH ST. N.W.
Modern chapel. TV 1-phone call North I**
THOS. M. HINDLE.
UNDERTAKER. 5TH AND N.W.
Phone M. 587.
7. WILLIAM LEE. Fnnera! Director
ed Emhalmer. Livery In connection. Ooaae
lona chant I and modern crematorium. Modett
rice*. 332 Pa. ave. n.w. Telephone call ISM.
a-w WW p * A irv* 9 irSB v? ^ am a m aam
K. Ih. n/WVEY'S 5U!N>,
CffERAL niBKrTORS ANT> RMBALMIK1
125 14TH ST. N.W. Telvpkoar NWtkliC
J. T. CLEMENTS^
(41-48 WISCONSIN AVE. N.W. fOi iilflil?<L
Ta'wltwi" Wm( WW. ^Wtrtlii^nrK^^L
Funeral Dwlpi*. Fwrel D??t?.
GEO. C. SHAFFER;
patjtihil floral dealgu rery rmaraabla hi pUw_
pyme taifl Watu. |4tli md I eta a.y.
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