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black, white and tan; made with lisle tops <==j e?
and soles. Excellent value at S1.25. Friday "
GLOVES?Best quality kid and cape, in black,
white and gray. Sold for $1.75, $1.50 and
$T.oo. Friday 4
HANDBAGS?Newest ideas in genuine seal,
morocco, suede and pigskin; black and all the best
shades; made with silk cords and strap (fc-j
handles. Were $5.00 and $6.00. Friday,
NECKWEAR?Finest Genuine Irish Chemi
settes, Yokes, Dutch Collars and Collar and Cuff
Sets at less than half former prices.
NECKWEAR?Handmade Tabots and Stocks,
Irish lace trimmed; Handembroidered Laundered
Collars, white and colored effects. Sold for
50c and 75c. Friday
PETTICOATS?Finest quality messaline, in
black, white and colors; made with deep accordion
pleating and silk under ruffle. Worth (J? "J S
$5.50. Friday
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About 30 Suits; cloths and cordu
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6 Extra Fine Russian Pony Coats,
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OUR RETIRING SALE OFFERS Y00
Hundreds of Bargains
In the: finest of labile?" ready to wear and furnishings?bargains that
will never again be offered in Washington, for we are retiring from
business and the whole stock must be closed out at once regardless
of loss.
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Ladies' Raincoats?
$4.95, $9.95, $114.95.
Ladies' Tailored Suits?
$7.95, $9.95, $1111.95,
$114.95 and $115.50.
Ladies' Dresses?
$4.95, $9.95, $112.75,
$14.75.
This season's Wash Waists;
sizes 40, 42 and 44,
At Greatly Reduced
Prices.
All Ladies' Hosiery, Dr.
Jaeger Men's Sox, Ladies' and
Men's Handkerchiefs. Ladies'
Ribbons. Shell Goods. Fans,
etc., at HALF PRICE.
FIXTURES FOR SALE.
Bargain Lots.
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Ladies' $1.00. $1.50 silk K<nir?
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Underwear half price. ?.
Ladies' $3.00 Ramie Fiber
Drawers
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$2 Corsets $1.29 g
$3 Corsets $1.98 JJ
$4 Corsets $2.49 jj
$5 Corsets $8.49 JJ
$8 Corsets $5.49 ??
$12 Corsets $7.96 ??
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Ninety-nine out of a hundred who are experi
encing trouble with their eyes need HELP ONLY;
not treatment.
Our Mr. Feast is competent to determine this |
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lie will tell you so. Help given in time saves more
serious trouble. But come to a man who KNOWS.
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Final Cleae=Up Sale of
H iglh=grade Sm its
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Every High-^racic Suit in our entire stock: nothing re
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?Mahogany Furniture
'HIS SALE is meeting with the great suc
cess which we anticipated. Many pieces
have been sold, but as only the MOST
DESIRABLE Furniture is included, the
opportunities for selection are still excellent.
GENUINE REDUCTIONS of 25 per cent on
the finest SOLID MAHOGANY Chairs, Tables,
Sofas, Cabinets, etc., selected from our REGU
LAR STOCK. All upholstering 011 these pieces
is the work of our OWN SHOPS.
There's TRUE ECONOMY in buy
ing such Furniture as this under pres
ent price conditions. Call tomorrow
and investigate.
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?Unprecedented bargains in high-grade footwear
tor men. women and children.
Women's $3.50 to $5 Shoes ? 0
Manufacturer's samples of Women's High
vrrade Shoes?button and lace? in black vie! kid. pat
ent colt, gun metal and russet calf; sizes 3, 4
and A and B widths.
Women's Shoes, Worth to $5 0 ?
Broken lot of Women's High-grade Shoes worth
up to ??">: button and lace, in black vici kid and patent
colt; hand-turned soles. To close at $1 pair. No ex
changes.
Men s Standard $3.50 Shoes 0 o
Choice of all the newest and smartest styles in
Men's Shoes, in patent colt, yun metal and russet calf
and vici kid.
Men's $4 and $5 Shoes
Broken lot of Men's High-grade Shoes, in pat
ent colt and uun metal calf; sizts 5 to 7; in widths
AA, A and B only.
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Footwear for Men. Women and Children,
939 Pennsylvania Avenue (crocSI)
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New and exclusive styles
are arriving- daily.
All winter millinery reduced re
gardless of cost.
The newest and most appropriate
styles in mourning millinery.
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HAND LAUNDRY,
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(Near Ransctaer's.)
EMBROIDERED
LINEN GOWNS
Blouses arid Tub Dresses
appear equal to new when
laundered here. Our hand
process brings out all
their beauty?does not in
jure the most delicate fab
ric.
WWagon Will call at vour
home upon request.
COLLARS. 2Mc; SHIRTS, 15c;
DRESS SHIRTS, with cuffs, 18c.
A Friend of Polly's
Curious child: This is the only thins I
may pay in advance about "Brother
Percy": He is a popular cadet at West
Point and one o? my dearest playmates,
i (Signed) 'TOW'
LADY DIANA MANNERS.
Her presentation to the court ot King; George thin season will be a brilliant
affair, and Is eagerly awaited In court circles.
i IN THE WORLD OF SOCIETY
PRESIDENT AND WIFE TO DINE
WITH SECRETARY WILSON.
Turkish Embassy Reception a Bril
liant Event?Balls?Din
ners?Notes.
Secretary Wiison will be host at a din- J
ner tonight for the President and Mrs. !
Taft. I
The Turkish ambassador has had tiie [
pleasure of entertaining one of the larg
est gatherings of the winter at an em- i
bassy home, when last nigin he we:- i
coined the diplomatic corps and his ae- !
quai.itances in society generally- An or- .
chestra played throughout the evening i
and each room 01 the drawing-room j
suite was elaborately set with palms, j
vines, loses and orchids. The diplomats j
came in uniform, adding a brilliant touch j
to the occasion. The host was assisted j
by the ambassador's daughter, Mile. .Nc- j
zeda, who wore a gown* of pale pink chit- j
foil over pale blue satin; his son, ibia- !
ham Zia Bey, and Mine. Zia, the latter
in a handsome gown of silver brocade
embroidered in pink and blue; the coun
selor of the embassy, liaif Bey, and his
lirst secretary, Husseim Bey, with Mine,
liusseim.
A midnight supper with all the sub
stantial and delicacies was served.
The eight hundred guests represented
the diplomatic circle and otlicial and resi
uent society.
Some of those present were: The Vice
1'resident, the Speaker of the House and
Miss cannon, tne feupieine Court circle,
tne entire diplomatic circle, the memoers
of the cabinet and their wives, many
from the Senate and House, the chief
of staff and Mrs. Leonard Wood, the
assistant secretary of war and Mrs.
Oliver, many prominent naval officials,
accompanied by their wives, officials of
the various executive departments of the
government. Mr. Herbert Putnam, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles D. Walcott, Mr. and
Mrs. Thorbald Solberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Belmont, Mr. John Barrett, Mrs.
Joseph C. Audenried, Mr. and Mrs.
George F. Becker, Miss Mabel Boardinan,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed son Bradley, Mr. Jerome
Bonaparte, Senator du Pont, Mrs. Drown
lnshield, Mr. and Mrs. Allertou Cushman,
Count d'Adhemar, Mr. and Mrs. S. F.
Emmons, Miss Ernst, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Joerrissen, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mc
Cauley, Mr. and Mrs. A. Garrison Mc
Cllntock, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Ran
dolph McKim, Mrs. Charles C. Lee, the
Misses Lee, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander
Magruder, Col. and Mrs. Henry May,
Mrs. George Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. Tru
man Newberry, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
\V. Noyes, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nelson
Page, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Parsons, the
Misses Patten, Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Westcott, Mrs. John Rodgers. Miss
Sherrill, Mrs. Charles R. Shepard. Mr.
and Mrs. IL S. Reeside, Miss Reeside,
Miss Caughy. Mrs. Slater, Dr. and Mrs.
Fremont Smith. Mr. and Mrs. William
Slater, Mrs. Stickney, Miss Stickney,
Mrs. Charles Sutherland, the Misses
Sutherland, Dr. Charles C. Swisher,
Mr. and Mrs. Corcoran Thorn. Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Townsend. Miss Yvonne
Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Wolcott Tu< k
ermai. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Van
Reypen, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wads
worth, Mr. and Mrs. Janies Wadsworth,
Sir Richard and Lady Hadtteld, Mrs.
Frederick Benedict. Col. and Mrs. John
R. Williams. Mrs. Wyeth, Mr. and Mrs.
George Eustis, Sir John and Lady Har
rington, Mr. and Mrs. William Stirling.
Mr. and Mrf=. Charles Norton. Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas T. Gaff, Mr. Charles C.
i Glover. Miss Gwynne, Miss Hagner,
Mrs Harley Calvin Gage, Miss Mar
garet Gage. Mr. and Mrs. John Hays
Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hel
j len, Mrs. John B. Henderson, Mr. and
Logical Eczema Remedy
Mild, Soothing Wash,
Although many different kinds of remedies
haTe been tried for the cure of Eczema and
other skin diseases. It has been proven by rears
of tests and thousands.of cases that the only
possible cure is in the form of a liquid. This
1 is a mild, go-.tUing. healing msb male of
j Oil of Wintrrgreea. Thymol, (jlycerlne and a
few other Ingredients, compounded so carrfully
that each one has Its proper effect.
This simple compound Is now made up in the
D. D. D. Prescription?so harmless that it
will clear the blotchy ftice or wash away the
pimple* as readily as it will stop that awful
Itch.. and cure the worst cue of Eczema.
Try D. D. D.. It Is wonderful what It will
do for any kind of skin trouble. No matter
what it Is?D. D. D. will prove to you that you
can bo euri'd. The very first drops will give
you Instant r? lief.
Urt a lifie trial battle today.
U'DonnclTa l'lianaacy, 901 Jf s|. Hejuy
BrW Miamioy, low F at.
I Mrs. Archibald Hopkins. Mrs Burton
i Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Gaillard Hunt,
I Air. and Mrs. Livingstone Hunt. Mrs.
I Julian James, Mr. ;ind Airs. James Alar
ion Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. llennen Jen
nings, Miss Letterman, Mr. and Mrs.
! RoLert J. Wynne, Miss Wynne. Alias
| Aiohun, Mis. Francois Berger Aloran,
i Mrs. J. M. Hudgins, Mrs. Barber WalK
| er and Air. Juhn Sieoert.
Airs. Calderon Carlisle was hostess last
night at the third and last Bachelors
cotillon for the season. The ballroom
was decorated with jonquils, and t.ie
favors were tied vyith yellow ribbons.
There were also dower favors, goluen
gale roses and jonquils.
All. Gist Blair made the presentations
and members of the committee led the
cotillon.
Alost ot" tile dinner parties of tne eve i
ing met later at the cotillon.
Miss Helen Tatt was honor Sliest at a
dinner gi.en l>y Miss Laura Merriam,
which was chaperoned by her brother-in-?
law and -ister, Mr. and Mrs. John J".
Wheelwright of Boston.
Representative and Ai 1 s. John W.
Dwight, in compliment to their house
guest, Ali?s Elizabeth Hicks of Cali
fornia, had the following guests dining
with them iast night: Lieut, and Airs.
Train, Airs. John T. Davis, Miss Kath
eiine Jennings, Aiiss Eudora Clover, Alis
Doroth> Gardner Williams, Aiiss Mar
guerite Barbour. Aiiss Alary McCauloy,
A. C. Horstmann, German attache; Henri
Alartin, Swiss secretary; F. de Barros
Cavalcanti de Lacerda; Brazilian second
secretary; Commander McCulley, Capt.
w allach, T. S. Dowell, Entign Herbert
L. Spencer and Lieut. Byron A. Long.
The assistant secretary of tfcv navy
cLnd Airs. Beekman Winthop entertained
at dinner last night in honor of Justice
and Mrs. Hughes, asking to meet them
Representative and Airs. Geoigc Edmund
Foss, the Ass stant Secretary oi War and
Mrs Oliver, Judge and Airs, william H.
Hunt. Bear Admiral and Al j-. Richard
Wainwriglit, Brig. Gen. a.d AI s Henry
G. Sharpe, Mrs. Thomas F. i'ayard, Miss
Tuckerman, Capt. Sowerby, British naval
attache, and Mr. C. C. Glover.
Dr. Edward AL Gallaudet, pesi ent of
Columb.a Institution for the D?a? and
Dumb, was host at a dinner last night,
entertaining the directors of that insti
tution and their wives. Dr. Gallaudet
will in the tuture make his home m
Hartford, Conn., but will not go north
until May.
Gen. Anson Alills entertained at dinner
last night in honor of Speaker Cannon.
The other guests were Senator Sco.t.
Senator Culberson. Air. Slayden, Air. Hull,
the assistant secretary of state, Gen.
Johnston. Gen. Wilson, Gen. Mc^rea. Gen.
Grosvenor, Col. Garrard, Gen. Goodloe,
Col. Mclntvre, Mr. Patterson, Air. H. A.
Flather, Mr. W. J. Flather and Mr. Keb
hnger.
Mrs. S. C. Xeale gave a tea yesterday
afternoon in compliment to her house
guest, Mrs. Henry Bradley of Bangor,
Me.
Airs. Paul Evarts Johnson entertained
j at a luncheon today.
I The marriage of Mexican Ambassa
dor de la Barra and Mrs. Refugio Bor
nceue took place last Saturday in the,
I nrlrate chapel of the home of the britie.
>alle de Orizaba. Mexico City, $ nd was
performed by the Rt. Rev. Dr. Jose Mora
y d?*l Rio, Archbishop of Alexico.
The president of the republic and Airs.
Carmen Romero Rubio de Diaz, ??leut.
Col. Porfirio Diaz, jr., and Mrs. de Diaz,
the minister of foreign relations and Mrs-.
Angela Terrazas de Creel, Mr. Joaquin
Cortazar and Mrs. Amelia Creel de_-4_or
tnzar, and Eduardo and Enrique Creel. ,
jr.. were the only guests present witli
the relatives of the contracting parties
Senor and Senova de la Barra left the
same evening for this city.
Mrs. Harrie Craig Ansley is entertain
ing at a large tea today at her home,
?J(>27 Connecticut avenue.
Mrs. Arthur Yates and Airs. Charies
Fox Brooks. Airs. Harry Lowman, Miss
Ellen Lemly, Miss Georgia Tatep. Miss
Nannie R. Hull and Aiiss Olga Hud will
assist.
Miss Ethel Roosevelt arrived ye-terday
to be the guest of' Mrs. Jotiu R. Jlc
Lean for the remainder of the week. Aiiss
Roosevelt will he among the attendants
at the marriage of Aiiss Carrie Louise
Munn and Mr. Reginald Boardman next
Saturday at St. John's Church.
Air and Mrs. Caleb Dorsey Cherbonnier
of Timonium, Aid., have announced the
engagement of their daughter. Miss Marie
Louise Cherbonnier. to Air. Sidney Jo
sephthal of New York. The wedding will
take place in Baltimore Tuesday. Feb
ruarv 28.
Aiiss Cherbonnier is the eldest of sev
eral charming sisters, noted for good
looks and fearless horsemanship. She
has taken no end of cups and prizes in
riding and jumping contests, and has
ridden in many horse shows.
Airs. Wiekersliam. who received yes
terday, was assisted by Mrs. Henry Q.
Sharpe, Airs. Hennen Jennings, Mr?. W.
R Gherardl, Aiiss Hunt and Miss Nagel.
Mrs. Aieyer had with her Miss Alys
Aleyer. Mrs. Beekman Winthrop, Airs.
Frank E. Bcatty and Aiiss Christine
llunnewrll ?f Boston, to assist her, and
Mrs. Ballinger also received, and as it
was her last at home of the season sue
a large number of
tiding her were Mr?. Drain. Mrs. Fred
Dennett and Mlrs Carriher, a gti'. stu
dent from Seattle.
Miss Cannon nn.s also at home to
?'allers yesterday.
Mr?. W. S. Ty'ci of Richmond. Va;. who
has been the house guest o" Mrs. George
A*. Deitriek. 1213 Harvard street, u?r sev
eral days, v.'as ^vrn a valentine i-ar?>
Monday" evening last by her hostess. The
guests were Mr. aiul Mr-. \V. S. Tyler.
Richmond. Va.: Mr. an.I Mrs. Rufus iM
phenstine, Mf. and Mrs. lessor Stanley,
Mr. and Mrs. G. Edgar Joins, Misses
Maud and Kate Oitnther. Mw Ktiwanl
Kemper and Mr. l*eo Wheat.
A pretty valentine dv.r. -e was given last
nigh i at the home of Mit^s Julia B.
Chandler. 111.5 P stref northwest, amid
a shower of iieirts. palms and Mt:i:.?x.
Mr. Edw ard Lyons rendered several
solos during the evening. Those in ::t
lendance were Misses Kluora and Estella
King, Anna and Wihr.a Culliran. Mrs.
Jack Lyons and Mrs. l.e Blanch and
Messrs. J. Kenny. C. Schieble. Galllher,
j. Lyons. I.. Carey. II. Chandler. 1- G.
Eisemaa and R. Le Blanch. 1 !"e out-ot
tow n guests were the Misses KJlie and
Rae Hal lev of <">rlean. Va.. who are \tsit
?uk their brother. Mr. Henry B. ilallc>;
Mr. Turner of Forestville. Md.; Mr. and
Mrs. Ed rayons. H. Waters and C. Mallott
of rail R'vcr. Mess.
Mrs. Enoch (I. Johnson ??nt. rta'ne.l a!
a valentine luncheon Tuesday i i honor of
Ms. William Mitchel Bunk<T. Annum
ihe guests presen* were Mrs. Arthur
P.rvant. Mrs. Thomas Bourne. Mrs.
owen Installs, Miss Booth of California
and Mr. William G. Harvey.
Mrs. fharles W. Needham and the
Misses Needham will not be at horn" to
morrow. but will receive Friday, Febru
ary 24. at the Netherlands.
Mrs. M. B. Somervell of BeVourt Semi
nary" will he at home tomorrow afternoon
from 4 to t>.
Misses Mildred and Hattic I'oe Padgett
entertained the X Y Z Club at thr,ir rcsi
I dence St. Valentine's night. A number
i of same? were enjoynl and pretty little
prizes were awarded to the ones who
were the most lucky. Afterward the ddl
i dren went to the dining room, which v. as
j attractive'!-' -ocorated. and enjoyed the
] many dainties placed before them. The
i next meeting will he at the home of Miss
Leulah Sowrles.
The Washington Auxiliary of the Na
tional Indian Association invites its
friends to attend a meeting at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Laws, 17."3 Q street
northwest. Friday. February 17. from
to 5 O'clock. There will be an address l y
Mrs. Mary S. Lockwood. The Klamath
Indians are objects of special interest to
this auxiliary, and an offering for them
will be taken. The social hour, from ??
to 4 o'clock, is a most agreeable feature
of thesw meetings, and it is desired to
| awaken greater interest in the welfare ot
! these natives of our country.
Mrs. Jf^eph F. O'Connell. wife of Rep
resentative O'Connell of Massachusetts,
I and Mrs. Ma^e Moulton of New York,
who is spending the winter with Mrs.
I Samuel Diehl. widow of Capt. Diehl of
the United State* Nan-, will receive Fri
day, February 17. at 1 P street north
west. from 4::? to 7.
Mrs. McLaughlin and Miss McLaughlin
will be at home Friday, from :5 to ?, at
their home on Euclid street.
Mrs. Charles Arthur Barnard wi'.l have
her last day at home Thursday, Febru
ary 16.
Mrs. Burrows, wife of Senator Burrows,
was honor guest yesterday at the fo:rth
in a series of "Eurasian luncheons" given
i by Mrs. Day, wife of Col. S A. Day.
I Among the guests were Mrs. Loud, ^ifc
| of Representative Loud; Mie. Young^ wit.
of Representative Young; Mrs. Sharp,
wife of Representative Sharp, and Mrs.
Wadsworth. Mrs. John S. Blair was un
able to be present owing tu the sudden
death of her sister-in-law. These lunch
eons. although e\tr?*mely simple, arc so
wholly out of the usual order of thinns
and those who have gon-- to them express
such enthusiasm that they arc unique m
the reason's smaller entertainments.
Th> v are served on gold lacqucr. some or"
which is 40" years old and all of whi?h
fascinating. The favors arc magic t in?
i and other oriental articles t'pa* prove to
be unusually interesting.
I At McKendree M. K. t'hurcli las: night
Miss Edna Jean M'ddlcton. dsn,titer "t
Mi. and Mrs. Robert L. Middleton. and
Mr. George Ramsey Bready of H-?rudo;i,
Va.. were married by Re'", s. 1-. Mov
brav. pastor of the ei.ui.'h Palms, f- r: a
and w hite flowers adorn'<i ilv platfoim.
Mr. Frederick Ryan was the oest man
md the ushers were Mr. \Vil!iam li
Ferguson of Baltimore, Mr. Harry Mid
dleton of Georgetown. Mr. William H.
1 Dawson of Herndon. Va., and I?r. r.me-'t
L. Robey of Ilerndon. The maid of
honor was Mlos Ethel Smith aud the
bridesmaids were Miss Florence Ai. I'er-^u
son of Washington and Miss Lillian Mid
dleton of Baltimore, all cousins of the
bride.
The bride wore white satin and was
partly veiled in marquisette, trimmed in
princess lace. Her long tulle veil was
crowned with blossoms. She carried a
bouquet of roses and lilies of the valley.
The maid of honor was dressed in aprico
silk crepe, trimmed in chiffon and cold
lace, and wore a pompon of yellow mara
bou and aigrettes in her hair. The '.irides
malds were similarly dressed and all car
ried colonial bouquets of purple violets
and lilies of the valley.
The bride's golng-away gown was of
Danish blue, a tailored suit, with a hat
to match.
After a trip north they will be at home
after April 1 at Edwardston, Herndon,
Va.
A small reception followed the cere
mony.
The Xortl.minster Pr-sl?yi rian <"hurch
was crowded last evening at the weddinu
of Miss -lose Mary Bogan of thir; <dty
and Mr. John Oliphaiu Merwin c;f M
Pa. The ceremony was performed at *
o'clock by the Rev. George P. Wiis >n,
D. D., the pastor of the church, and was
followed by a brief reception at the home
of the bride, t Massachusetts avenue
northwest, to the relatives of the bride
and groom.
The bride's attendants were Mrs. Agnes
Neeld of White Plains. N. V., who acted
as matron of honor, and Miss Annah Bo
gan, who was bridesmaid. The best man
was Mr. fharles Merrill Merwin. brother
of the groom. The ushers were Dr. Wal
ter H. Merrill and Dr. Joseph B. Bogan
of "Washington, Mr. William Steele Jack
son of Philadelphia and Mr. Avery Neeld
of White Plains. N. Y.
Tjfce bride if' the daughter of Mrs. CI ar
lot^Gray Began and the late Dr. Martin
Van B. Bogan. She is a graduate of the
local schools, including the Central Iligii
School and the Normal School. Mr. Mer
win is an electrical engineer who is con
nected with the Burke electric works of
Erie. Pa. He is a graduate of the aca
demic department of Princeton University
In the class of U*K5, as well as a gradu
ate of the electrical school of the same
institution In lfltw.
The bride was escorted by her uncle.
Dr. S. M. Began, and the bridal party
was preceded to the place of the cere
monv by the bride s Sunday school class,
little Misses Isabel Allan. Ruby Boorman,
Elizabeth and Louise Lowe, Fiorr rve
Martin. Martha Morrison. Florence Por
ter. Adrienne Shreeve. Landon Trudglan
and Katlierlne Wells, wearing white
dresses and yellow ribbons and carrying
yellow ionqulls.
* The bride wore a draped gown of ivory
crepe meteor with pearl trimmings and
carried a shower bouquet of bride roses
and lilies of the valley. Her veil was
caught with lilies of the valley. Tha
maid of honor wore yellow satin and car
ried white tulips, and the matron of hon
or. Mrs. George Avery Neeld < formerly
Miss Agnes Scudder) of New York, wore
white crepe de chine with gold trimmings
and carried yellow Jonquils.
After March 1 the couple will be at
home at Erie, Ua., where the groom has
resided since his graduation from Prince
ton.
Mrs. J. W. Powell and Mrs. Gr&hame
H* Powell will not receive tomorrow, but
will be at home Friday. February 24.
Mrs. J. N. Birch will be at home Fri
day, February 17. 1630 P street.
\ valentine social was given on tho
evening of the 14th by the Hazard class
of the Grace Baptist Church, at the home
of Mr. George W. Gessford, 1014 South
Carolina avenue. The evening was spent
In games, recitations and music. The
house was decorated in red and white,
the class colors, and valentine novelties.
Refreshments were served and each ei;est
was presented with a valentine at the
closc of the evening. .
Among those present were-aliases Elsie
" ' {QonttaM ? Tend
SUES FOR SI0.000 DAMAGES.
Thomas I. Fitzmorris Says Hp Wa->
Injured by Car.
Thorn aI I'ilr.morri!*. a lora! Iiuf^l man.
_ !<>i!a>" i! i il mi.i in ii-cn\ er .VlOiati
from t .?? \\ ;*sli(nj;t m Hallway ? ?ivl
i !?'? i tric Company for alleffinl personal
Injuries. Through Attorney Alfrcti U.
; Smith. Ilif |>laititifT -n\? he w:?? ally.lt*
\ fnr: from .? P. A. Y K ? ur January
j las-t. a* !'ili ;ir.I ?? tr<*?ts iMitliWf";,
i when the momrtnan sla'iim<'<l tl.e
e*l? ? I? mi: cf th?? tar on lii- .ft li?iti<l
.Mr I it "p.iM jy ? ?. 11? iiHml vii'- ->?
:bsd'v i rmii.Hi;t amputation <>f h s
j Anther* w;?.s a?cts*ary
DIED.
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i'.ir -m; ?, ; .'ii . f;? i; fhuakp
AL\ EY. ' 'lovc.l h'l-t.-u.i! -if flat.i A.-. >
agi-d fifty ypsi?< ana four
I mip ral tn m lit* 1m|.- rcwldfii' ' ? ileFltoio, 1'.
?'.. Friil*.>. February IT. at !? u.ui , tb'iu'?
i" si. ier.na? fhurcb. AuaoaUa. L>. C.?
u 1 ?rp il.?i^v v. HI t>. eail -H lu a ui. lor t.i>'
rcpoac of I.Is ,c .ui Int.-rni'm Ht Mourn
Olivet . . in "I t ry. rr|. id* ui:<! irialites
sp . 'fully Ui. iio.| ;0 attend.
! r.U\ \ \ 11- Op 1.1." in!. <r I e! ; ? s-' H i 1 ?;.
< H|'|. .?OII\ S.. I' I.'. I il.-? >|
I!' Ii.: ISrjsn, ti ni'h. ..f >>. . < ., ,. f
"??'! Mill" .' ir^id.tit ,.f \V|lt . ... ?|
' r- wty. Mil I A'tAtatttw. I.
?p-d fl\lj ?icin year*. . ??rt!" i.ii-i . ??!?? i ?
J??* h ? r
i?Y?t.r t?n roi.riiHiy |-. inn. iipux.s
I * Y' 11:. :iz- I IIII I 1 - II ?
I tuiH'Nit from A!?"*.h!n i >jiir<-[i nil S a turd a >
1 ebruaiy IV .it '? a.m.
FOKl?. t.lri W. .In. i.laj. I' In '.inm 1,". l?ll Jii
til.I'll M I- OKI I tn'I'iT.il t||| l|.|i,tl ,.f J;.*
lY?rd ami i iiii-M -.mi ..f i In- in.. Martin II
anil Sarah 1 >rd .?! Washlngti-n |i f
Funeral frrnu tvt |at? r'-iil n? ] tol W?ll.uu
"'reel. Baltimore. Mil. !? a tu. lii'Imr. j-'. Un
ary 17.
GARDE I" i I . f?.| \\ filn.'v.iny. I ??lunar*. 1',
1U11. sir 11 :;n p.m.. at th<: ii--M*iii? If h'T
t\,r:- 1 11 <>" at ?;.>r.u>;t .
M'l ?rv I I I Al ii .1 i; \ ?;i?i; i rt. ? Won
l'r. * in! m {? ?t*.
Futi'-ra! fi.'iu l... i. t. i. :? a( i':;ai ? iU
>."itur|ay. I . Uniaw is |nu imi'in Oa;< Itil
iii!-tr:i. V>. niiM"!!. t?.
M^J'^iAV. on Tli?r-:.l li'liraaiy It", lull at
H.ril.. at liii- i .'-liicn .117 | jth utrfrt
suiitbea*!. I I. Il:-;i: ii . uushan.j
tin* laic Marsurr-i Mosvitii. in lii.% i-'.'hin-iu
tc(r.
?Not in- i?f fUD''t a 1 hori'aftri.
Ml RltAV <>n TtiMjaj, I i t 11. It'll.
Al.lt t ,i >11. fllCA \. Im Iovi-.I (laughf:' "f
>'-I".iii iiii.l .ii?s*'fiiitii(. Murrai. i>trr .-f I >
t*I.f. l.-Mjisa. <iinrir ? uml flia l.-s Mur:a>.
aif<-il soviMitiiMi yi us.
Funtral on lYiilay'at | i, f ,,,,
i-llts* ?'?*k|i||.|i . -I ?, i-_v, \"|| siuiu a i * in*, south
"t-t. Sfrviiin ui Mi-tr?|io|itau iVi-Hl^r
M I. /.iuti t'liur h. It strift l,?.|wi.-n 21 .tuJ
:?! si.titlrv. - i. at J ti . Im k. liilciuit ut a
llariiicnj ti *iii-l?T>.
rem KM,. On Thtirmlar. 1 Vl.piarv !?;, l:?|J .t
1 iM'lwk 11 in., at 111.. hi>m?- i'.f h"V iTot'he:
in law. Jar,,), Ciisk. It-kvill... >(.] Il\l:lt|t I
:. KT IZAHKTM l-.u wlf,. ?f An'" i.
I ipwHI ..f BetUtmla. M.| . in li-r ^Ixtv-fiMi. r t
je?r.
Funt-ral from Sj. Mary. t ni|,..l|,. < |,tir.h. Ko.-k
iill?>. at 5*:t.i a.hi. Salurtlay. l-Vliruary Is
HHlN'h. On SaMinluy. 1-Vl.rnurv 11. t'.Ml a' ih?
iionio f?r Him A????!. WiM.iAji iflll.SK u?.iy
atj it.r ni"|-K.M.. It lu.t - ai't-.l f-i l,y ;; o'cloci
p.m. l i'iiniary 11. I'.'t 1. such reinj ins ?iil |<?
(ii**|K?t<e?i of in u??? wltli l;?w.
sro< KIOV on \\ niiifsdav. I'ehruaiy 1.'. ]?? I
iV **'?"' Q nortliwo?t. Uashliifiiiui.'
r>i i " i I "ITKlt. ilausht'T of tilt. Iu;e
ul'harij antl mi?h,i i-.?| .s,..,.k,?n ?f l riui....
ion. >. air...| tnrli-fniir vi-ar>.
I unt-i nl MTvliry at I Tin. .'Mn '..ii FrMay. Febru
?*3 I ? .
TRs'r?l *U. h',r '."i'1""- ? Noith tupnol
\\\v Pliv,:'xl l->. i'Jil.
]? i I- r 1 lUAt Im-Iv!,.! wife
'?nil K. Ira.j.
{?antral ui i"?v. .,aUa. I'a.. mi SaturJay.
! U1V' i v'", X)'"},T| ,|,1,ari 111)11.
! I.?.J.1.\ 1.. .<1111,.
jl'un i ll Itoui III). Mi'tli'iUirl ii. f,> |;lr v~eil
t"l A -trt" i nurikn e?i. m, l ?i ,, ; ^ j
i?. at li a.m. '
WIIKI11>??\. l?r..a.i,,i tU.fc v>
?i" . U bruarj i.i. Itili. at !u>i ;i it v
\ Jl.lvl-.BU?U.\. wiim ui .hi- i?.t.- ivi.-j Wii
kvn- " at i li'M l. u ..f her tla. ib'-T.
Mi> A ?ii-< t ..Jlior'. ,th s!lv ., ||l>rrk.
t . \l V; t* - T U.3. Jl. \Vi'.rr iiu.
..-.ii, \N iII.t .... Mrs. Annie n Abr?
.?'i"!!|'!"i ,,r"" VV'lk,'rs"n ?'",l 'lu"t ... g.-aiHi
f iii"r:i) hi-reaftor
In Mcmoriam.
t. A MM i >i?\ . Ii r?u ? jibrar e cf PRiv.
?' ' AI*M<?|I% ! I | til,^ ; fr
K >il year* a-..! r.?l?y. ! 4 ,.r.r_
HARRIS 11' *.?!?! I. ? i..t _ -.??!. . frai.?v "f o; r
r.ij ^u>] farb&t. I \?'i ?R p HAK
?:?< u ...I ?| . !ijv ( ,o re*,.
H' ri/ ) i-N; ? i ?r \ ?<;. *
UV ills w II F. AND CHIl.DEEN.
MAX.v I :o;.iijf r'-iu' M'inani-o uf uur Utiabia-l
an?i faTiirr, i . i\ tins
r<j4 ymrh ... tobiy. f>'Tiiar>- lb.
l>ncd in life. rf-iPiTiljort-'l in dt-ath.
It'v IHS MIFF AM> CH1U>KKN.
ili ii.'A UN. In l.?vl:u ~ I r.im e of my dear
tattrr. OALMN ti. Mi-il.iVAlN. i\iio died
?iif yt ar ajru tndar. February 1U. l!?lo.
I ar,*v. ell. jiiij:.!. may ynur Munibor
lU- as c uti? as yinir iov-'.
It* 1 when ijnd shall rail u* hniieward
May we lu.-Pt i:? lit'av. n nihive.
: BY HIS DAKJHTEIi HATTtl,
ILaucastpr, N. I'.. iiajivrs pl.'us.* ropy).
MII.I.RR. Ir loving rpmemtiranoe of my tlear
fatht'r. GEO. \V. MILi.f.K. who iii>parti-d this
life throe years aro today. Fi-liruary l?i. II10S.
; BY HIS LOYINt; liAl GHTER, J. S. SCALES.
! SMITH. In sat! I"U I' vinz rniiPiiiliranee of o :r
dear ?o:i and brother. HAltitY E. SMITH,
who (lied twelve jure ago ttitldj, FebruaJv
IS, ISO.
l'nkno*-ii and forgotten by ?"nii. >ou may b.-.
but the grave that contain- is sacred to
me. MOTHER AXI> SISTERS.
WAKENIGHT. In saU bat ltTlns r.-ni'-mlirance
of our dear dauzhter aud sister. CORA ?*.
WAKKXK1HT. who entered into real seven
years ago today, February 10, l'.iOt
Gone, hut not for cot ten.
BY IIEU FAMILY.
WISEXER. In sad and lovin? reiueujhrane? of
L. A. WISEXER. ?bo di"<l one yeer ago to
. day, February 10, t:?10.
BY HIS BROTHER IX LAW. GEORGE S. SFL
I LIVAN.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
'James To Qeinmercts5 Sons,
1-41 WISCONSIN AVE.
Phone West NH. funeral Parlor.
Joseph F. BSrch's Soras,
?>#-?-> 4 \r \* W Parlor for Fnner alt.
SU.S4 A1 Dl. \ . Phone \V>st nq.
George P. Zorhoirst,
FL'XERAL PARLORS. ::?! EAST CAPITOL ST.
TtHetibone Lir.'oln
W. Ro Puunmplhrey & So^,
Funeral Hireetois and Kiulialmer*
?.523 14lb st. n.w.
Ph'.re .North 2(130.
Wo Ro SPEARE,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AXD EM B A LUES.
940 F Street N.W.
i WASHINGTON. D. C.
I Phones Main {r.^;
Frank A. Speare. ^fsrr.
FRANK OELrER?S SONS,
1113 SEVENTH ST. X.W.
Slodera ehn|?-l. Ti-lepbone ea 1 North j23.
Joseplii Gawlier's Sons,
FFNKUAL DIRECTOBS,
Ettabliabed ISTiO,
1730-32 Penntylv^tiia ;.re. n.w.
Chanel. Telep -one Main 1AS4.
Wii H. SARE.0 &~CO~
f;:nekal diiiectors anr? emrai.meu\
| 40S H M. n.e. Modern chapel. Phono Lincoln 524.
J. WILLIAM LEE, Funeral D!rector
and Emv i.im?r. Livery ;n eona?ction. I'omtno.
dious cba i'i ac4 RioJein irrir.atorlLiu. Mode?t
prlce?. o"2 Pa. tive. n.w. Telt iihoiH- call 1JS3.
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
FFNEP.AL HIRECIOUS AND EMBALMERS,
1825 14TH ST. X.W. Telephone North 2S1.
A. Go FREY,
UNDERTAKER. CHAPEI. FOR FUNERAL#.
1S30 I4th at. n.w. Phone North 558.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
FUNERAL DESIGNS OX_ fciiORT NUtiCK.
The Aveooe Floral! Co,,.
1784 Pa. ave. n.w. Phone Main 7617.
i Butral DeMijtn.'.. Kuneral DevigeeT?
QEO. C. SHAFFER,
Boautlful floral deaiena very reasonable la prtea.
Phone 24IB Main. 14th
MONUMENTS.
?MONUMENTS. MALSOLFt MS. STATUARY.
Dealgca Furuithed.
M. J, FALVHY,
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