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POLO COATS
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ISPLAYED in ample variety to meet the require
ments of every housekeeper. The patterns are both
ornate and plain?the new productions of leading
silversmiths. The same distinctive elegance pre
dominates in the many pieces of Silver-plated Ware as are
characteristic of our Sterling Silver. The stock is complete
in every detail, including
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Dinner and Tea Knives, with handles of sterling silver,
pearl, ivory, silver-plated and celluloid.
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the superb new lines of Dresses,
Coats, Suits, Hats. Bonnets and
Furnishings that we have just received for
infants, girls and misses. These stocks are
unusually complete, and were selected with
great care, and every attention was given to
detail, finish and material. These goods are
from the best makers in Paris and New York
and represent all that is new and best for in
fants, girls and misses.
Your inspection is invited, as we know
they will meet with your approval.
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{; WHISKY is highly valued.
Keep a bottle in the house.
Trivate special ^ell?ery.
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Phone M. 761.
BlUiii, KEIfTEl & COL
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Washington, d. c.
Oldest Music House
in the City
PIANOS
The right place to buy a sood piano at a
reasonable jirlce. Try u*.
JOHN F. ELLIS & CO.
937 Penna. Avenue.
WINDOW SHADES.
The Only Firm in Washington I sing KMPiRR
opaques. KINii'S hollnml. HARTSHORN rollers
exclusively. Our force of ex|M*rt workmen In
snres perfect satisfaction. Estimates furniahed.
Hartshorn's Shade Co.,
724 11TU ST. S.W.
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values. This Sideboard is a handsome and thorough
ly constructed piece of furniture of a high-class
make which we control exclusively in this city-?
SOLID MAHOGANY, both exterior and interior?practi
cally handmade throughout?staunch, distinctive and ex
quisitely finished.
Special price during THIS MONTH. $100?a price
that is absolutely the lowest for which an equally good
, piece of furniture can be obtained anywhere.
?5^Many other equally attractive values in Fine Furni
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Creamery
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bulk of the butter business from homes
in which QUALITY BUTTER is de
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of interest. The choicest flowers are quoted at extraor
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larly the values offered for tomorrow. A limited number
of magnificent carnations are offered (as long as the
lot laste) at 50c a dozen.
$1 Ferns, Special 50c
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chronic cases. We are bet
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Georges & Son, Inc.,
CHIROPODISTS, 1214 F St. n.W.
HANDSOME WAGONS
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Irish Linen and Crash.
PAUL LEIBEL,
jj Ladies'Taillor, B21lOQSt.
Young Bidder to Wed.
NEW YORK. February 3.?Joseph
Edward Ridder. son of Herman RW
der. president qf the American
Newspaper Publishfrs' Association, has
obtained a marriage license here- to
wed Mlas Hedwig Schneider of this
city. ' Mr. Ridder is twenty-four years
old, the hride-to-be is twenty-one. The
date of the wedding is not announced.
MTCS AT.TfF PROTON.
WHO WILL BE A WEEK-END GUEST AT THE EDSON BRADLEY HOME.
IN THE WORLD OF SOCIETY
PRESIDENT AND MRS. TAFT
DINE AT MEYER HOME.
Miss T&ft Honor Guest, Too?Mrs.
Needham's Luncheon?Teas.
Notes.
The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs.
Meyer grave a dinner last night in honor
of the President and Mrs. Taft, when
the following guests were also present:
Senator and Mrs. Crane. Senator and
Mrs. Root, the president of Yale Univer
sity and Mrs. Badley, Mr. and Mrs. Whit
ney Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ab
bott, the secretary to the President and
Mrs. Norton, Mrs. Frederick W. Vander
bllt, Mrs. Richard Townsend, Mr. A. Pi
att Andrews, the assistant secretary of
the Treasury; Rev. Dr. Roland Cotton
Smith. Commander Philip Andrews, U. S
N.. and C&pt. Archibald Butt, U. S. A.
The Secretary of the Interior and Mrs.
Ballinger entertained Miss Helen Taft at
dinner last night at Rauscher's, when
the table was beautifully decorated with
pink roses and white lilac. The Marine
Band played a sprightly program during
dinnir and for an informal dance or two
afterward. The guests invited to meet
Mite Taft were the Postmaster General,
the assistant secretary of the navy and
Mrs. Bet-kman Winthrop, Col. and Mrs
Spencer Cosby, CounU.ss Luise-Alexan
dra von Bernstorff, Miss Alys Meyer,
Miss Hildegarde Nagel, Miss Marion Oli
ver, Miss Eudora Clover. 'Miss Souther
land, Miss Gleaves and Miss Baldwin of
Georgia, and Miss Harriet Anderson of
Cincinnati, both guests at the White
House; Miss Ashton of England, Miss
Carlisle, Miss Katherine Jennings, Miss
Elizabeth Hicks of California, Miss Ham
mond, Alfred Mitchell Innes, British
counselor; Benjamin S. Cable, James P.
Curtis, Capt. Sowerby, British naval at
tache; Commander Retzmann, German
naval attache; Lee McClung, Lieut. Com
mander Butler, Lieut. Commander Palm
er, Count Pourtales, German attache; En
sign Herbert L. Spencer, Lieut. Adolphus
Andrews, Mr. Henry C. Emery. Mr. Hen
ry F. du Pont and Mr. Robert Bacon, jr.
Mrs. Needham, wife of Representative
Needliam of California, gave a luncheon
today in honor of Mrs. Franklin H. Short
of Fresno, Cal. The guests to meet her
were Mrs. McKenna. wife of Justice Mc
Ivenna. Mrs. James McNabb, Mrs. E. A.
layes, Mrs. Julius Kahn, Mrs. Knowland,
Mrs W. B. West. Mrs. E. S. Larson, Mrs.
I. B. Marshall, Mrs. U. O. Leighton, Mrs.
S. J. Dyer, Mrs. C. W. Barker and Mrs.
George McClellan. The decorations were
n red and white carnations.
Mrs. Merriam, .1029 Q street, will not re
ceive tomorrow, having discontinued her
Saturdays at home for the present.
On account of illness in the family Mrs.
Harry Ellis Chandlee of IKis Lamont
street, recalls her Invitations for Satur
day evening. February 4, 1011.
A double birthday celebration was held
at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carter,
717 Lawrence streei, Brookland, D. C.,
last night, in honor of Mr. Stewart Carter
and Mr. Edward Nash. Those present
were: Misses Grace Johnson, Ruth
Campbell, Eva and Hat tie Longest, Laura
Burton, Lillie and Nettle Musslcman,
Moselle Meyers. Bessie Risner, Julia
Brosnan, Catherine McCarthy, Mary and
Gesine Schmidt, Rose Brewer, I^ouis
Thomson. Ethel Drake, Maud Hutchinson,
Josephine (ialer. Louis Addor, Nellie
Hallisay, Mary IJndsey, C. and A. Fer
guson and Messrs. Andrew Dixon, George
Johnson, Henry Thomson, Robert Green,
Hugh Gouldman. Powell Longest, Albert
Drake, Le Roy Filberg, William Hutch
inson. Edward Nash, Stewart Thomas
and W. A. Carter, T. S. Morales, W. P.
Pumphrey and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Leslie.
Miss Adella L. Edwards of 65 College
street, Buffalo. N. Y.. who is staying at
711 12th street northwest, is on her way
to Florida for the winter.
The large ballroom of Naval Lodge
Hall, 4th and Pennsylvania avenue south
east. was the scene of a beautiful dance
Mondav evening, January 30,- given by
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dunn, in honor of
their .son, Charles M Dunn's, twenty-first
birthday anniversary.
Those present were: Miss Eva Dutton,
Miss Ethel Lyons. Miss Irene McDonald,
Misses Cora and Annie Jarboe, Miss Edna
De Neale. Miss Naomi Richardson. Mi9s
Hazel Stansbury. Miss Marion Eliason.
Miss Iva Downs, Miss Margueret Rittue,
Miss Rosie Walsh. Miss Isabell Martin,
Miss Alma Wiegman, Miss Bessie Voge-1
son, Miss Malinda Taylor. Miss Margueret"
Buell, Misses Mary and Kathrin Mulhall,
Miss Castelia Brewer, Miss Annie Heit
muller. Miss Evelyn Ferguson, Miss Clie
Creamer, of Baltimore, Md.; Miss Celie
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McGraw, Miss Rosle Johnson, Misses
Mamie and! Maggie Dunn, Miss Ella
Cross, Miss Helen Dunn, Mr. James
Creamer, Mr. Harry Parker, Mr. Thomas
E. Byers, Mr. Carlton Fry, Mr. Richard
Pyles, Mr. Terry Tayman. Mr. Walker,
Mr. Roy De Neale. Mr. Sothern, Mr. Earl
Schuyler, Mr. George Downs, Mr Ernest
Kahlert, Mr. Bernard Costello, Mr. Harry
Steeds, Mr. Earl Dalrymple, Mr. Albert
Hutchinson, Mr. George Gentner, Mr.
Earl Hutchinson, Mr. Sidney Cousins, Mr.
Gaddis, Mr. Richard Titlow, Mr. James
Robertson, Mr. Irving Fairall, Mr. Sterl
ing Taylor, Mr. Louis Van Loock, Mr.
Marion Frezier, Messrs. Carl and Henry
Kruger, Mr Harry Baker, Mr. Charles
M. Dunn, Mr. Matthew Jarboe, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Dunn. Dr. and Mrs. C. M.
Buckey, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burrows,
Mrs. Dela Creamer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Buell, Mr. and- Mrs. John H. King, Mr.
Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dunn, re
freshments were served.
On account of the death of a near rela
tive, Mrs. James Wilmot Murphy, 1788
Lanier place, will not be at home during
the wintt^.
Miss Hazel Sprague, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. Sprague, will be married to
Mr. Layton Roger Colburn, Wednesday
afternoon, February 8, at the New York
Avenue Presbyterian Church.
Mr. John Walgren of New York will
be best man. After their wedding trip the
couple will live at 1483 Newton street.
Mrs. Dickson. 2021 Q streert, will be at
home Saturdays, February 4 and 11.
Mrs. John Cropper was hostess at a
luncheon yesterday, when her guests, who
were invited to meet Mrs. White, wife
of the Chief Justice, were Miss Cannon,
Mrs. Stanley Matthews, Mrs. Emile Mont
gomery, Mrs. Robert Hinckley, Mrs. Ten
Eyck Wendell, Mrs. Bingham, Mrs. John
W. Foster, Mrs. Wyeth. Mrs. Samuel
Spencer, Miss Peters of Boston, who is
Mrs. Cropper's house guest; Miss Sally
Schenck, Miss Codman and the Misses
Cullen.
Baroness Uchlda left today for Philadel
phia, and will be absent for about a week.
Mrs. Swanson will be the guest of honor
at a tea tomorrow afternoon at the Port
ner, when Mrs. Elisha E. Meredith and
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. William Payne
Meredith, will be the hostesses.
Mrs. Louis A Dent and Miss Dent will
be at home informally the Tuesdays in
February.
Mrs. Francis Bradford Wheaton will be
at home Saturdays in February, at 3406
18th street.
A quiet but pretty wedding took place
yesterday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, when
Miss'Hilda Hinkel, daughter of Mr. John
G. Hinkel, became the bride of Mr. Harry
C. Ames.
The marriage took place at the home
of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. J. P.
Hinkel.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. John Weidlfy, pastor of the Church
of the Reformation. The bride wore a
smart traveling costume of tan broad
cloth. with a large hat of the same color.
Only the members of the family were
present at the wedding and at the in
formal reception which followed.
In the dining room ferns and pink
roses formed the decoration.
After their wedding trip Mr. and Mrs
Ames will reside in Kenilworth, D. C.,
with the bride's father.
Mrs. Harriet S. Turner was the host
ess at a charming tea yesterday after
noon given in honor of her daughter and
granddaughter, Mrs. Kingsbury Water
man and Miss Waterman, who have just
returned to the city after a prolonged ab-.
Kence abroad.
The house was prettily decorated with
palms and cut flowers.
Miss Minigerode of Baltimore also as
sisted in receiving.
Mrs. Edwin Carpenter and Miss Mc
Mullen presided at the tea table.
Mrs. Frank P. Hall of 1002 7th street
southwest entertained at dinner for out
of-town guests last evening. The table
was elaborately decorated with sweet
peas. After dinner the hostess took the
party to the theater.
Mrs. George Xavler McLanahan will be
at home tomorrow. Mrs. Arthur T. Had
ley of New Haven, her house guest, will
be with her.
Mrs. Henry White. 'JOGS University
place, will be at home the second and
fourth Tuesdays in February.
Miss Catherine Hilton entertained at
a beautifully appointed luncheon Thurs
day in honor of Miss Caroline Deal of
Baltimore. The decorations were in
pink, and at each place were corsage
bouquets of sweet peas.
By courtesy of the ambassador of Tur
key the Turkish embassy will be opened
February 28 for an "evening of song and
story," given under the auspices of the
February committee of the Episcopal Eye,
Ear and Throat Hospital. Popular art
ists will give the program, and the ladies
in charge hope that society will keep the
date free.
A quiet but pretty wedding took place
yesterday afternoon at the parsonage of
Concordia Church, the Rev. Paul A. Men
zel officiating, when Mr. Otto Schneider
and Miss Mazie C. Hobbs, both of this
city, were married. The bride, who was
attired in a traveling gown of cham
pagne broadcloth, with hat to match, and
wore a corsage bouquet of orchids and
lilies of the valley, was attended by her
sister. Miss Bessie Hobbs, and the groom
by his brother, Mr. Ewald Schneider.
Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Schneider left for a northern trip,
and will be at home to their friends at
lt?45 New Jersey avenue after March 3.
Mrs. William Hamilton Bayly of 2125
N street will not be at home tomorrow,
but will receive the remaining Saturdays
in February.
Mrs. Bayly expects to have her niece,
Miss Dorothy Hartzell Kuhns of Canton,
Ohio, with her next week, and has sent
card* for a small tea Wednesday, Feb
ruary' 8, In honor of Miss Kuhns, who Is
a debutante this season, having gradu
ated from the National Cathedral School
last June.
Mrs. Howard L. Uodgkins, 1KW> T street,
will be at home Saturdays, February 4,
11 urd 25.
Miss Emma Gray of the Ontario has
been railed out of town and therefore
will not receive next Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wit Meek of Chicago.
111., are spending the rest of the winter
with the latter's sister. Mr.?. (3. M. Hill
ings, 21J G street northwest.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Carl-fimith sail for
Egypt and the Holy I^tnd tomorrow <>n
the steamship Arabic. Mr. Carl-Smith
has several commissions to paint oriental
subjects. They will return to Washing
ton In April.
Mrs. D. Percy (?ckling will be at home
the i.econd Thursday in February.
Mrs. Redwood Yandegrift. Ht"i -1st
street, will not be at home tomorrow.
Miss Dent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I.oui.-- A. Dent, will entertain at a lunch
eon and thfater party Thursday, Feb
ruary 'J. in honor of the Misses Wright,
daughters of Justice and Mrs. Daniel
T. Wright.
Mire Katherine Denison entertained a
small company at luncheon today in
honor of some out-of-town guests.
Mrs. Cowie. wife of the paymaster gen
eral of the navy, will lie at home at the
Highlands tomorrow and Saturdays dur
ing February.
Ex-Mayor E. Clay Timanus of Haiti
more and Mrs. Timanuu have announced
the engagement of their daughter. Mi^>
Louise Lowry Timanus, and Ensign Ray
mond G. Thomas. 1". S. N. Ensign
Thomas, who is a native of Iowa, was
graduated from the Xaval Academy at
Annapolis with the class of 19IW.
('apt. and Mrs. W. H. Gifford enter
tained at dinner last night Col. and Mrs.
William P. Biddle. Senator and Mrs. Al
bert B. Cummins. Mr. and Mm. Ormsby
McCammon. Mrs. Goodrich of Chicago
and Mr. Dennis.
Mrs. S. S. Shedd will receive the Tues
days in February. Next Tuesday she will
I be assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Law
[ ton.
Mrs. Edward 11. Droop is giving a tea
this afternoon. She is assisted by Mrs.
Carl Droop, Mrs. John Chesley. Mrs. 11.
C. Harding, Miss Kloman, Miss Draper
and the Misses Graff.
The Belgian minister and Countess de
Buisseret entertained at dinner last night
Justice and Mrs. Holmes, Alvey A. Adee,
second assistant secretary of state; Mrs.
John E. Reyburn. Miss Lydia Biddle, Mr.
and Mrs. James Marion Johnston. Mr. and
Mrs. George F. Becker and Brig. (Jen.
Crozier.
Commander Vassilieff of the Russian
embassy and Mmc. Vassilieff entertained
at dinner last evening, and had among
their guests Rear Admiral and Mrs.
^ ard, Capt. and Mrs. Boggs, the naval
attache of the French embassy and Vis
countess d'Azv, the naval attache of the
Brazilian embassy and Mrs. Marques dr
Azevedo and the military attache of the
Spanish legation and Mme. Urcullu.
Mrs. Beekman Winthrop. wife of the
assistant secretary of the navy, was the
honor guest at a luncheon yesterday
given by Mrs. Hollyday, wife of Rear Ad
miral R. C. Hollyday. U. S. N. The
guests asked to meet her were Mme. Rit
ter, wife of the Swiss minister; Mrs. Bur
rows. wife of Senator Burrows; Mrs. S.
C. Neale, Mrs. James Dudley Morgan.
Mrs. John C. O'Laughlin, Mrs. William
Wheat ley. Mrs. Thomas B. Hutchinson
and Miss Amaryllis Gillett.
Mrs. Harry Cuthber Given, of 175fi T
street northwest, has cards out for a
luncheon for Wednesday, February s.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses have been issued to
the following:
G. Fred Fahrney and Ivy V. Fisher,
both of Hagerstown, Md.
Edward Morris and Bertha Butler.
Julius W. Wise of Harrisonburg, Va.,
and Helen Goldsmith of this. city.
French Galham and Lillian Oltcn, both
of McHenry, Va.
Births Reported.
The following births have been reported
to the health office In the past twenty
four hours:
Theodore B. and Mary Lipscomb, boy.
Edward J. and Margaret S. Glavin, boy.
Ixmis G. and Anna T. Bushlowltz, girl.
George A. and Emma Nugent, girl.
Arthur S. and Emily Cowan, boy.
Charles S. and Cora J. Harris, girl.
Arthur L. and Jessie Edwards, girl.
Willard R and Zoe Salkeld, girl.
Robert and Hattie Smith, girl.
Moses and Martha Johnson, boy.
Joseph and Mary Eure, girl.
Stanley and Annie Crosby, girl.
William and Florence Coleman, girl.
Robert and Helen Anderson, boy.
Clinton and Ella Scott, boy.
Thomas A. and Alice Brown, girl.
Robert V. and Pauline E. Posey, girl.
Deaths Reported.
The following deaths have been repotred
to the health office In the past twenty
four hours:
Rufus C. Brooks, 28 years, S27 4th street
northwest.
Frank P. Lippincott, 58 years. 318 D
street southeast.
Mary A. Moore, 79 years, 1343 Clifton
street northwest.
Emma C. Lepreux, 50 years. Emergency
Hospital.
John M. Suit, 2 years, 212 7th street
northwest.
Eva T. Haar. 60 ^ears, 2225 Nichols
avenue. Anacostia.
Dorothy L. Patterson. 35 years, Wash
ington City Orphan Asylum.
Margaret A. Cleveland, 01 years. 1223
30th street northwest.
George H. Boswell, 72 years, 1230 Gtli
street southwest.
Charles S. Sperry, years, I'nlted
States Naval Medical School Hospital.
Maurice Pechin. 73 years, Government
Hospital for Insane.
James J. Goodwin, tti years, Emergency
Hospital.
Robert Y. Graff, lO months, Children's
Hospital.
Phillip Heisen, 7 days, 114f> North Capl
I tol street.
William Gray, 07 years. Emergency
Hospital.
Walter Jones. 7 years, Georgetown Uni
versity Hospital.
Mary E. Taylor, 29 years, .Government
Hospital for Insane.
Doreaa Kyle, 98 years, Garfield Hospi
tal.
Simon B. Owens. 19 years, Deanwood,
D. C.
William Fry. 27 years, Tuberculosis
Hospital.
James Hill, 45 years. Tuberculosis Hos
pital.
Lillie Chrismond, 43 years. 14 O street
northwest.
Daniel Griffith, 45 years. Potomac river,
foo* 9th street southwest.
"Cousin Janet" Coming: Sunday.
"Cousin Janet"' lias accepted an invi
tation which will bring her to Washing
ton next Sunday. She will be "at home"
in the supplement of The Sunday Star.
DIED.
BROWN. On Wednesday. February 1. 1911, at
4:30 p.m.. at Providence Hospital, of typhoid
fever, THEODORE BROWN. aged lifty-three
years.
Funeral from his-late residence. 134 C street
southeast, on Saturday, February 4, at
a.m. Interment at Calvert, Cecil county,
Md.
BURKE. On Thursday. February 2. 1911. at
11:30 p.m.. nt bis residence. tlOU 1st street
northwest. Washington, D. C.. JAMES J.
BURKE, husband of Margaret J. and father
of John, Grace, Katie, Charles and William
Burke and Mrs. Bertha Backenhelmer.
Funeral Monday morning. February t>, at D
o'clock, from St. Aloysius Church. Washing
ton. Ii. C. (Cincinnati. Obio, papers please
copy.)
CALLOW. On Wednesday, February 1, 1911. at
her residence. No. 824 K street northeast.
BOSEANA CALLOW (nee Watson), beloved
wife of W. C. Callow, aged flfty-two years.
Requiem mass on Saturday. February 4. at 9:30
a.m.. at Holy Name Church. Interment at
Mount Olivet cemetajy. Friends and rela
tives Invited.
CCLHANK. On Thursday, February 2. 1911. at
her residence. 305 II street northeast. CATH
ERINE CULHaNE. a native of Cbunty Kerry,
Ireland.
Funeral will take place from her late residence
on Saturday morning. February 4, at 10
o'clock, theuce to St. Alovslus Olinrch, where
high requiem mass will he sung for the re
pose of her aoul ?t 10:lo o'clock. Relative*
rod friends Invited.
HAAR. On Wednesday. February 1 (Ml. E\ V
THEODORA. beloved wife of Uuatav K.
Haar.
Funeral Saturday, February 4. at 2 o'clock p.ni .
frotn her late residence, 22o.~> Nil hoi* aren't*
southeast.
HAYES. On WcdmsiUr, February 1, 1911, it
CATHERINE. ?Mo* of John
Haves. Hfiv! ?ixty-six yearn.
l"u?<ral from b?-r late rwldi'Di"*. No. 707 Bar y
place norths put.* Saturday. February 4. nr
.V4."> n.iu. Requiem mini nt the Church -f
the Immaculate Conception at W:SO R- a
tives an.I friend* invited. liileruieut at
Mount Olivet cemetery.
HOLMES, Departed ioi? life Thursday. FeUru
ary "J. Hill, at 12.:u? p.m.. after an illiie??
of four and one half days. KOWAK1I \V.
Holmes. In hi* fiftieth year, lie bore h
illness with Christian fortitude, and wen""
borne to rent, lie leave* to mourn bl> los- .t
fn i t It fill w ife. devoted daughter. dear mot he
kind Imitlier. n host <>f loving relatives and
many kind friend*.
Funeral services lit hi* late residence. 1711 1'
street not th we* t. Friday evening. February
?I. at t! ii'i liH-k. ll.Mly will l>e itiki'ti Satunlae
morning to Caroline county. \k. where sci?
he* will (?? held tn Mouut ??!:*?? It?j>* -e
Church Sunday mo: nine 11?- will U* laid to
re*t iii the churchyard In Virginia
Hoi OIL Oil I'iiiirsdav. I'ehiiiarv i:?il it
ll:.1i? p.m.. ELIZABETH \siliK\, wife ??f
A. I.iiii-olu ilough.
Funeral services at tup icsideii.e of le ?d> <>r,
12011 Columbia n-ail. Sunday 1 eleuary 8.
at 3 p.m. Interment private
HFTCHIXS. On Thursday February 2 It'll,
at I! p.m.. Il>.\ It.. beloved *v i f .? of i.,<?
late George E. llutchin? aired |iftj.thr?f
year*.
Our mother 1? ulirplnf *> fre.- from all pilii:
Oh. waki' her n<?t. ?we?"t *plrlt. to -.jiffer again.
Oh. think how she -uttered nud nioan--d nitit
pain;
lit the long night hour* we soothed her In vain.
Till Gori in III* mercy *eni down from abov#
An augcl that whispered a m-?>if of Imc
BY III IC CHILDREN
Fun< ral from her late rcsldenc. 17J7 >1 *tie?'.
Monday. February il. ai 2 p. in Rotative*
and friend* respectfully limfod to attend.
Interment iprivatei at dciiwoo.l .emetery
JACKSON. 'hi Thiirstlay. February 2. 1911. at
8:4.1 p.m.. at tin- rcsiden c of her daughter.
Mrs. E. O. K"W/.ee. Lt24 \\ strcei iioi 'h
vveat. MARY I,., widow <>f Daniel Jaek*on
Notice of funeral hereafter.
JOHNSON. Filtered suddenly into 'est Wediic*.
day. February I. H'11, i>E<iK> E TIKUI H
JOHNSON. tli?' lieloreU *on or Thomas John
soil.
Keriain* ai Wlnslow's chapel. I2ih and II
street* northwe-t. Funeral from (hence t<?
the Vermont \venue Bapiisi ' hurcli. \'er.
mnnt nver.ue between t} and I" ?tre?-t* north
west. Sunday. February ai I o'rlock p.m.
Friend* and relative* Invited to attend iPliil
ti'lelphia and New York pa|>er* plesw copy >
M1VOK. On Wednesday. February 1. mil. at.
11:M p.m.. at hi* lnte r'-*hb-neo. 4.", H'n
over atro.'t northwest. EI'liKNK I'. MIN'ol*.
Funeral from Fifteenth .Street l'r< sbyterli 11
I'hurch Saturday. February I. a. 1 o"< lo> k
p.m.
Metnlier* of Sfs jal l/nljr. No. 1. I' ,\, A. >1.,
will meet at the I Mlgcrooms. 1 1 :."(?> a.m.. on
nliorc-tiaincd date for the pitrpoie of attending
tl.o funeral of our late brother, Kl'iJENE 1*.
MINOK. By order of the W M
1". A. FtiWI.El!. S?-cretary
All sir ktii^hts of ttethscuianc t'ominandery.
No. 3. K. T.. arc hereby onlered to assemble is
full templar uiiiforni on Saturday. February 4.
1H11. at 1II:Ttc? p.m.. at the late resldeuce of
l'ast ?)r?triman<1er RITENK I*. MINOR. Hanover
street, between North t'aplto| rikJ 1st and N unit
O *treots northwest, to attend hi* funeral, which
will idace from the Fifteenth Stre?-t I'reaby
terl?i? 1 hurch. lty order of
At ("fSTI S \V. OKAY. Eminent Commander.
I'. W. FltlSBY. Kecor.ler.
PAVARINI. i Mi Febrnarv 2 Hill, iu N*w
York city. IIOSA PA V AKIN I.
Funeral services at St. Matthew'* I'hureb. Waah
ingtoti. I?. Saturday. Felirumry 4, at !?
n.m. '
SPERBY. Otl February 1. Hill, at the Naval
Medieal S<:h<H>l II0snit.1l. Washington, I). C.,
rilARI.ES STII.I.M \N SPKBKY. rear ad
miral I*. S. Navy, retired.
Funeral, with full military luirora. from St.
John"> riinrch. Washington, at 2 p.m. Fri
day, February 3. Interment at Arlington.
1 New York pnpi-r* please eopy 1
WAT.BRinc.E. Kev HENRY I'.ritn W.M.
BKIIiGE. Born February 2."?. IMS. I>ied Feb
ruary 2, It'll, residence of li'a daughter.
Mrs. lleman P. Walbridge, 171!? I.anMtnt
street ik>;-thweat.
Interment private.
WEYL. On Thursday morning. February 2.
1011, nt o'cloik. at her residence." 023
Sheridan street. North I'rightwo?M MIRIAM,
beloved and devoted wife of Msx Weyl.
Funeral services at 2 p.m. Sunday. Fef^ruarjr 3.
at t?22 Sheridan street. North Brightwosxl.
In Memoriam.
CARTF31.J In loving n-ni' mbranee of a dear
husband and father, WASHINGTON OAR'
THIS, who .lied s-fx years ago today, Feb.
ruary n. 1 !?>."?.
Oonc. but not forgntten.
BY HIS DEVOTEO WIFE. MRS. ANNIE CAR
TER.
IHKEMAN. I11 loving but sad remeinbranee of
our dear boy. FARRol.I. 11. HIKEMAN. Jr.,
who died two years ago today. February .1.
The flower* we lay a!>our his grave may w1the?
and deeai.
But fresh and green his memory iu our heart*
shall always stay.
Although forgotten l.y some li" ha* known.
The grave that contains our dnrllnz is sacred to
Iiis home.
BY PAPA AND MAMMA.
HUNTER. In loving remembrance of my be
loved mother. ALICE HINTKR. who de
parted this life eleven years a^o today, Feb
ruary 3. inmi.
Eleven year* have passed, my heart is still sad;
I miss her more and more.
Her vacant place will never lie filled.
Home is sail. O Lord, how dreary;
Lonesome, lonesome every spot.
I listen for mamma'a voice, ,
But 1 hear It lint.
BY HER DAFOHTER. FANNIE JONES.
MARSHALL. In sad but loving remembrance of
our beloved husband and father. JOSEPH J.
MARSHALL, who departed this life one yeas
ago today, February :t. Hill.
The doth of our sorrow ti" toucue can tell
At the loss of I he one We loved so Well;
But when Ood sees best to call us above.
We will meet in that lieautiful land of lov?.
BY HIS LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN.
SIMMONS. In sad but loving remembrance of
my dear mother. MARY A. SIMMONS. wh?
?Tenarted thi- life three years ago today,
February 3. 19<?S.
Mother, you are gone, but not forgotten.
Nor ever shall you !<e;
As long as life and rj?aiotnbrance last
I shall always think <<f thee.
Memorial mas* at St. Augustine's Church Febra?
ary <5. Hill.
HER LOVING DAFOHTER. SARAH HARKb
SON.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
Joseph F. BairCih's Sons,
v- \\t I'Hrlor for I- unetal*,
3034 M St. N.VY . I'iiouc West 9l>.
George P. Zyrihiorst,
FUNERAL PARLORS, :;ol EAST CAPITOL &T.
Telephone Lincoln ;;72.
W. R. Puinmplhrey <& Son,
Funeral Directors and Eiubuiuiera
l."?2.'j 14th st. 11.w.
I'hone .North 2uMi.
W. R. SPEARE,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND IMBALM SB.
F Street N.W.
WASHINGTON. I>. C.
Phones ^lain
I'raiik A. Spearo, Mj^rr.
FRANK'QEJER'S SONS,
111.1 SEVENTH ST. N.W.
Motlem chapel. Teleptnir.e call North .r>2t?
Joseiph (Qawlier's Sons,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
EMS'dished IWiO.
1730-32 Pennsylvania ..ve. n.tv.
Cbapel. Telephone Maia 1C.".4.
Wffl. H. SARD? & CO.,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMEKi,
40K H st. 11.e. Modern chapel. P!*?ac Lincoln -*24.
J. WILLIAM LEU, Funeral Director
and Emhalmer. Livery in connection. Com no
dlous chapel und modern crematorium. Mi*le?|
prices. 332 Pa. ave. n.w. Telephone call i:t*5.
A. Q. FREY,
UNDERTAKER. CHAPEL FOR "FNERAI.S,
1830 14th at. n.w. Phone North .V?S.
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMER.it
1325 14TH ST. N.W. Telephone North 2*1.
J. T. CLEMENTS,
LOUIS CLEMENTS. THEOP. CLEMENT?.
1241-43 WIS. AVE. Phone West ?04.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
FUNERAL DESIGNS ON SHORT NOTICK. ~
The Avenue Flloral Co.,
17.14 Pa. are. n.w. Phone Main 7C17.
Funeral Design*. Funeral Ihaalgua.
. GEO. C. SHAFFER,
Beautiful floral deaijjns very reasonable Is prleau
Phone 24IB Main. 14th and 1 ?ta. n.w.
MxuSSS ^
ARTISTIC MEMORIALS
M0KUMBKT8. MAUSOIAUMS. STATl/ARY.
M. J. FALVEY,

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