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fflfjt Jlluestetn Co.
IMPORTERS AND MAKERS,
' V STREET, CORNER THIRTEENTH,
ANNOUNCE
THE ONCE-A-SEASON
BLUESTEIN FACTORY SALE
OF
SUITS AND DRESSES
AT
HALF RETAIL PRICES
DIRECT FROM THE WORKROOMS OF
JACOB BLUESTEIN,
928-930 BROADWAY, AND 17 EAST 21ST ST., NEW YORK.
ENTIRE SURPLUS OF OUR OWN STOCK IS INCLUDED IN
THIS RECORD-MAKING SALE.
SALE BEGINS FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE
2, AT 9 O'CLOCK, AND WILL CONTINUE FOR
EIGHT DAYS, ENDING SATURDAY, JUNE
10.
THESE ARE THE MOST EXCLUSIVE PRODUCTIONS
OF NEW YORK TAILORMADE GARMENTS, EMBRACING
SHEPHERD PLAIDS, SCOTCH HOMESPUNS, TWO-TONE
CHEVIOTS, IMPORTED MEN'S WORSTEDS, FINISHED
AND UNFINISHED, IN GRAYS, TANS, GRAY MIXTURES,
LAVENT>ER, BASKET WEAVES AND ALL THE MOST
SOUGHT FOR SUMMER SUIT MATERIALS. THE REDUC
TIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
$22.50, $20.00, $17 5? SUITS REDUCED TO._,. $9,95
$27*50 AND $25x10 SUITS REDUCED TO..........^ 14.4^
$32.50 AND $30.00 SUITS REDUCED TO.* $1645
$37*5? AND $35*oo SUITS REDUCED TO. w...
$42>5? AND $40.00 SUITS REDUCED TO. ????...
$45-00 AND $55.00 SUITS REDUCED TO $29.45
LINGERIE, MARQUISETTE AND NET
DRESSES REDUCED
$30.00 NET DRESSES REDUCED TO. ? ..., $15.00
$2000 ALL-OVER EMBROIDERY LACE-TRIMMED ^
DRESSES REDUCED TO ,.u ...$15-00
$22.50 FRENCH BATISTE DRESSES, FILET AND ^
IRISH, REDUCED TO $15-00
$27.50 ALL-OVER EMBROIDERY DRESSES, WIDE +
VAL AND SATIN GIRDLE, REDUCED TO $15-00
$20.00 EMBROIDERED BATISTE DRESSES RE- ^
DUCED TO $15.00
$32.50 MARQUISETTE DRESSES, TRIMMED WITH
IRISH AND SATIN GIRDLE, EXCEPTIONAL ?
VALUE, REDUCED TO $25.00
$15.00 AND $12.00 BATISTE DRESSES, REAL LACE +
TRIMMED, REDUCED TO $9-95
F STREET , CORNER THIRTEENTH
HAYDEN'S,
10th and F
Sts. N.W.
Big Sale of Underm lias! ins
Friday.
We have purchased the entire stock of a big New York
manufacturer. Thousands of dainty undcrmuslins will he
placed on bargain counters Friday AT ABOUT HALF
THEIR VALUE.
Bargain table Xo. ??Piled high with Long Skirts,
Gowns, Chemises, etc. THEY ARE WORTH E-Ar
$l.oo. Your choice
Bargain No. 2?Combination Sets, Chemises, Skirts,
Gowns; made from fine cambrics, nainsooks, barred mus
lins, etc., elaborately trimmed with laces, cmbroid- (QjQ^
eries and ribbons. Worth $2.50. Sale price
Lot No. 3?One bargain square loaded with Corset
Covers and Drawers; trimmed with laces, embroid
eries and ribbons. 50c values. At v
Lot No. 4?$2.50 Princess Slips on sale 98c
They come in white, pink, blue and yellow; trimmed
with fine laces and embroideries; all sizes.
Lot No. 5?$3.50 \\ hite Petticoats on sale.. $1.50
These Skirts are made from fine cambrics; dust ruffle;
24-in. flounce; all-over lace or embroidery with ribbon bead
ing.
? ?*
Lot No. 6?Ladies* Gowns at 69c
They are worth up to $1.50. About 500 in the lot.
They are samples and every gown a bargain.
? ? ? ? <
Lot No. 7?One big counter loaded with Corset Covers
and Drawers for large women. These garments are -a
all cut extra size and nicely trimmed. Your choice. vUC
Buy them while they are on sale Friday, for Thurs
day they would cost you $1.50.
HAYOEN'
F and 10th
9 Sts. N.W.
We need Old Gold,
We need Silver,
We need Diamonds
for manufacturing.
Turn jroiir old broken jewelry Into rath.
W'f jny morp than other*. aa we Mttl it
for u*? In our own fiirtory.
We Pay Big Prices.
A. KAHN,p"st.
?de SALES^^
HAND LAUNDRY,
1730 L St. Ph01*
%
(Near Rauarhor's.)
After PORTIERES
HAVE BEEN
TAKEN DOWN
?have our wagon call for
them. Our cleaning proc
ess restores original col
ors and makes them equal
to new.
I7EIDERDOWN COM
PORTS , OHAIR COVERS,
etc., cleaned.
COLLARS, 2%r; 8HIRT8. 13c;
DRESS SHIRTS, with cults, 18c.
I Wc Beautify |
HOMES.
/S-g^ CCH of tb? heaaty of the In
//T|T\l *??'? *t the bom# to kft
11 III 1/ throutfj lack of harmony In
||] U. color*. PUtt's ipMUlt; to
LU atodytn* oat HTtctln color
achemee. That's where be
exc*;a the ordinary decorator.
George Plitt Co., Inc.,
Main Showroom. ll?4 Omb. an.
Workroom*. 1717 7th at. ?.w. ,
(fci ? ? ?e ?** a e.a e i i< 11 iff
Flowers
? for commence
ments and weddings
?the choicest home
grown specimens,
fresh cut when or
dered.
Commencement Bou
quets and Floral Pieces
at reasonable prices.
Artistic Floral Dec
orations for weddings
and commencements.
Ask for suggestibns
and estimates.
i Gude Bros.
Co.,
1214 F Street
Phones Main 4278 and 4279.
mxmnmnsmtasmsstmtxttimtsxmtsH
lex
3une Prides
4
In the collection of
wedding gifts now
shown by us are many
pieces of which there
are no duplicates, thus
making them of greater
value to the giver and
recipient.
(Ball $ 3&ro.
TstaMufceft Over a Cantor?
Jewellers. Silversmiths. Stationers
1107 Ipetutsrlvania ^ve.
i; USE NEW
ERA PAINT 1
? t
In Redecorating.-t
Your Home. -E
T is tbe most durable < t
and the most brilliant - (?
Paint on tbe market. - t
Always gives excellent
results. Its reputation ' *
Is world-wide. f
W. H. BUTLER CO., ij
607-09C St. N.W.SfS,,
If
"t
At Fountains & Elsewhere
Ask for
"HORLICK'S'
Thi Original and taivlni
MALTED MILK
Thi Food-drlak for All Agts.
At restsnrants, hotels sad fonntalss.
Ddktni, lirlimtlnc and sustaining.
K?tp It oa your sideboard it torn*.
Don't travel without it.
A quick lunch prepared in a
minute.
Take no imitation. Just say
HORLICK'S.
la no combine or trust.
? ==?
Draperies Made Up
For Fall Delivery.
Call and select your Dra
peries before leaving for the
summer.
tr'We will make them up during
your absence and hare them
ready for fall delivery.
Wurdeman & Co.,
INTKBIOB DECORATORS ft FURNISHERS,
61012th st. sssssr
<?> ? 1 a
Have You Any
Fyrnityre
WUD
BRITE,
Best
Finish
for Floors,
Wicker
Furniture,
E*c- 65c
QUART.
-(^ ?that's the worse
for wear? The
best renovator for
all cabinet work is
RHlly's Furniture
Cleaner. Instantly
dissolves grease and
grlmo ? conceals
nicks and scratches
? completely re
stores finish.
Two #
sises.... I5C & 25c
HughReiMyCo
PAINTS, OILS. GLASS,
1334 N. Y. Ave. Phone 3182.
>WMWMHNMWMMHHWHHMHMWNWHM?^
CBAS. R. EDMOX8TON. \
Refrigerators.
You have here a complete stock of
tbe newest and best Refrigerators.
The sort that win fife maximum re
sults with the sssallest consumption
of ice. Lowest price.
Refrigerators with charcoal packlag.
lee capacity, 68 lbs 118.73 1 t
Ice capacity, 110 Iba. .......819.50 1 !
Apartment style. Ice capacity, TO
I [ lbs. and ep 818-73
Refrigerators with white lining?
Ice capacity. 88 lbs 821.00
Ice Chests 87.80 op
I Chas. R. Edmonston, !!
China. Glass and HoesefnnKshlags.
1205 Pa. Ave. N.W.
\
MISS MADEUN^^BRAD^^
DAUGHTER OF ROBERT B. BRADLEY, WHOSE MARRIAGE TO RICHARD
HL MlCOtr TAKES PLACE THIS AFTERJfOOlV AT CATHEDRAL CLOSE.
IN THE WORLD OF SOCETY
MISS TAFT HAS GONE TO VISIT
CINCINNATI EELATTVES.
The Micou-Bradley Wedding Today
and the Foster-Garrard Last
Night?Notes.
Miss Taft left yesterday for Cincinnati,
where she will be the guest for a few
days of her aunt, Mrs. Anderson. Miss
Herron, a sister of Mrs. Taft, will ar
rive at the White House today or tomor
row for a visit to Mrs. Taft.
Only the relatives of Miss Madeline Old
Held Bradley, daughter of Mr. Robert Bi
Bradley and granddaughter of the late
Rear Admiral Stevens, U. S. N., and Mr.
Richard IX Micou. son of Dr. R. W.
Mlcou of the Theological Seminary, near
Alexandria, will be present this afternoon
at 4 o'clock In the sanctuary at Cathedral
Close to witness their marriage. Rev.
Charles Warner, assistant rector of St
Alban's, will perform the ceremony, to
which the bride will be escorted by her
father. Mr. Paul Micou will attend his
brother as best man.
The bride has chosen a traveling cosr
tume of violet linen, with her hat in the
same tones. Her bouquet Is to be of
orchids, also in violet shades.
A small reception will follow at Raus
Cher's, after which Mr. Micou and his
bride will leave on their wedding trip.
On their return they will take up their
residence at the Pasadena, on Adams
Mill road. Mr. Mlcou is a graduate of
the University of Virginia and of the
law department of the George Washing
ton University.
There have been few prettier weddings
at Fort Myer, Virginia, than that last
night of Miss Lucy L. Garrard, daughter
of the commanding officer. Col. Joseph
Garrard, and Mrs. Garrard, and Lieut.
Victor 8. Foster, 15th Cavalry, U. S. A.
Rev. Randolph H. McKim of the Church
of the Epiphany officiated in the presence
of a large company of relatives and
friends, and was assisted by Chaplain
Brander of the post. The 15th Cavalry
Orchestra played the wedding music and
the music for dancing, which followed the
reception. The scene as the couple and
attendants were grouped for the ceremony
was a most interesting one. Flags, large
and small, with palms, foliage plants and
bouquets of daisies, formed the back
ground. The. bridal party was led to the
improvised altar by two little ribbon girls,
Floy Barnhardt and Margaret Treat, who
were daintily dressed In white, each car
rying a chain of daisies. The six ushers,
fellow-officers of the bridegroom, wearing
full dress uniform, followed, and then the
six bridesmaids, who wore lingerie gowns
of white batiste and lace, with bands of
yellow satin and made over yellow satin,
all carrying ropes of white daisies tied
with yellow tulle. The maid of honor,
Miss Valeria Garrard, sister of the bride,
preceded the bride and her father. The
ushers were Capt. Julian Lindsay, Capt.
Warren Dean, Capt. Kirkpatrick, Lieut.
W. L. Moose, Lieut. William Overton and
Lieut. Russell, and Capt. H. H. Barly,
U. S. A., was best man. Miss Eleanor
Grant of Cincinnati; Miss Edna Hirshin
ger of Charlotte. N. C. Miss Linnor
Gooch of Covington, Ky.; Miss Mary
White and Miss Laura White of Barns
vllle, Md.. and Miss Clare Swift of Wash
ington were the bridesmaids.
The bride wore white chantilly lace over
white satin, with a court train of point de
venlse lace. Her tulle veil was trimmed
with lace which was worn by her grand
mother. She carried a shower bouquet of
lilies of the valley and gardenias. The
maid of honor woro yellow marquis
ette over yellow satin, and carried a
bouquet of yellow daisies, which flower
was profusely used in the decorations
everywhere. A dance followed the recep
tion, during which Ueut. and Mrs. Foster
left for their honeymoon jaunt to New
York. Mrs. Margaret Hadley Foster,
mother of the bridegroom, of Houston,
Tex., was here for the wedding. The
newly married couple will be at home at
Fort Myer after June 15.
The marriage of Miss Mary Louise
Rabe of this city and Mr. John L. Rever
oomb of Culpeper, Va., took place this
afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the residence
of the bride's sister. Mrs. James B. Bar
rett, 1343 F street northeast. Father
Clarence E. Wheeler of the Iloly Com
forter Church officiating.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Barrett, niece of
the bride, was maid of honor; Mr. Rich
ard L. Conner, a nephew, was best man.
The house was decorated with palms and
red and white carnations. Among the
&&&*
During the summer it
gives tne body a cool,
sweet, dry climate to liye
in, which means health and
comfort.
OUR OWN STORE
?AT?
73* 13TH ST. N.W.
out-of-town guests were Mrs. Charles
Hltt, Miss Lizzie Jackson and Miss Reba
Yowell of Culpeper, and Miss Minnie
Epgusu Miss TilUe Smith, Miss Louise
Bhgus, Miss Aggie Stroble and Mr. John
Stroble of Baltimore, Md.
After the ceremony luncheon was
served, following which Mr. and Mrs.
Rfvercomb left for a trip through the
south. ' Their future home will be in Cul
peper.
Mr. and Mrs. EL Kahn will be at home
in honor ?of the confirmation of their
daughter, Esther, at 1G31 T street north
west, June 4, from 4 to 10 o'clock.
Mrs. - John O. Capers and family have
gone for the season to their summer
home, Camp Charlotte, Cedar mountain,
Transylvania county, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks will not be
at home Sunday, June 4, in honor of the
confirmation of their son, but will an
nounce reception later.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. Simms enter
tained a party of friends at their coun
try home near Clarendon, Va., the even
ing of May 90, with an informal dancing
reception.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McClintock of
this city are in New Tork to meet
Mr. McClintock's mother, Mrs. Walter L
McClintock of Pittsburg, who is expected
to arrive from abroad on the steamship
George Washington.
Mrs. Henry Jay Staley has left for An
napolis and will chaperon Miss Lara
Shepard and Miss Alice Seller, both of
Buffalo, N. Y., at the June ball.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fischer and daugh
ter of 1734 Lanier place will receive Sun
day, June 4, from 4 to 10.
Mrs. Morton Bartow Meroer entertained
informally yesterday afternoon at her
residence In Euclid street. Miss Jean
Mlnlfee, Miss Hallle Whatley. Miss Iva
Gilbertson, Miss Genevieve Kinneax, Miss
Irene Masters, Miss Muriel Johnston, Miss
Lumpkin, Miss Beall and Miss Carroll as
sisted. The decorations were pink peonies
and la France roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Glaser and
daughter Elsie will receive Sunday, June
4, at the family residence, 3349 18th street
northwest, from 4 to 10 p.m.
Miss Ruby Hollebaugli of the Stone
hurst is spending this week in Annapolis,
Md., with her sister, Mrs. S. Reese Ab
bott, and will attend the exercises and
ball at the United States Naval Academy.
Vice President and Mrs. Sherman, who
have been in New York for a day or two,
are to attend the . polo match today at
Meadowbrook and were to be the lunch
eon guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hazard
at the club.
Mrs. S. W. Woodward, Miss Katherlne
Woodward and Donald Woodward have
returned from Europe and will open Eden
Hill, their Stockbridge, Mass., villa, soon.
The French ambassador and Mme. Jus.
strand have engaged passage for Europe
on June 22, and will spend the summer
In France. The embassy will be estab
lished at Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.,
after their departure.
The Chief Justice and Mrs. Edward D.
White will spend the summer at Port
Hope, Canada, going there after the re
turn of the Chief Justice from a trip to
Louisiana.
Mr. and Mrs. Hennen Jennings and Miss
Katherlne Jennings left yesterday for
New York, where they will spend a short
time before going to California for the
summer. It is said that they will make
their home In New York city next win
ter.
The coming marriage is announced of
Mrs. Temple-Merritt of New York and
Mr. William Dalllver Dutton. Mrs. Archi
bald Gracie, sister of the bride-elect, will
go on to the wedding.
Marriage licenses.
Marriage licenses have been issued to
the following:
George El Adams and Emma Lee. both
of Montgomery county, Md.
Samuel W. Steverson and Km ma Card
gler. ?
William L. Zeitler and Dorothy E).
Wolfe.
Frank Muth and Emma M. Morrison.
Robert E. Herfurth and Julia L.
SpalghL
John L. Revercomb of Culpeper county,
Va..; and Mary L. Rabe of this city.
Thomas Byrd and Lucretla Beard.
Norman E. Bliss of Peoria, 111., and
Helen L. Rea of this city.
Albert L. Kirk and Louisa Otten, both
of this city.
Robert EX Hughes of Saltvllle. Va., and
LHa B. Cassell of Ceres, Va.
Willard F. Hulin and Virginia H.
Gresham of Richmond, Va.
Robert El Fincham and Alma Taylor,
both of Culpeper, Va.
Samuel Johnson and Louise Freeman.
Albert J. 6alem and CHnrely Toma.
Richard D. Micou and Madeline O.
Bradley.
Hervey L. Lauder and Marie Fugel.
TO REVIEW ASSEMBLY.
Eev. Dr. Wallace Radcliffe Will
Diseuss Heresy Charges.
Dr. Wallace Radcliffe will discuss the
heresy charges and other business before
the recent sessions of the Presbyterian
General Assembly at a meeting to be held
in the New York Avenue Presbyterian
Church this evening, instead of Sunday,
aa heretofore announced. It is expected
that there will be a large attendance of
Presbyterians representative of other
churches of the denomination in this city.
Fire in a Garret.
Fire of unknown origin broke out in rub
bish in a garret at 314 14th street north
west, occupied by Carlo Sartori, shortly
after 9 o'clock this morning. The fire
department extinguished the blaze after
about |2& damage had resulted.
It WHETS FUNERAL
TO BE HELD MAY
Member of Old Washington
Family Had Resided Here
All His Life.
TTl^? a* Henry Wllley, a member of the
Association of the Oldest Inhabitant*,
who died at his residence, 1408 Delafield
place northwest, yesterday morning, was
for nearly forty years an employe of the
Adams Express Company of this city. Mr.
Wllley was born In Washington, May 2.
1842. at the southeast corner of 12th and
F streets northwrst, and belonged to one
of the old families of the capital.
His father was John Wllley, for fifty
years connected with the Bank of Wash
ington, who was born In old Frederick
town, Md.. and came to this city to live
when there was not much of the city
| beyond Xew York avenue. H<s mother
. was America Adams Wllley. daughter of
Thomas Adams, a member of another old
family of colonial days. She was born
in the old stone house in Georgetown
which is preserved today among the his
toric old houses of early Washington as
having been the headquarters of Gen.
Washington in colonial times.
Served in War Department.
During the civil war Mr. Willey was
connected with the quartermaster gen
eral's and the commissary general's de
partments of the War Department.
Mr. Willey had been in failing health
for about seven months and for the last
three months had been confined to his
bed. He was unmarried and spent all hi."
life in Washington. He is survived by
two brothers. Capt. O. S. Willey of the
United States revenue cutter service and
R. A. Willey of the city post officc. and
THOMAS H?NHV W1LLU1.
two sisters, Ada H. and Lizzie Lee Wll
ley of this city.
Funeral services will be held at 2
o'clock Saturday afternoon from the
home and burial will be In Congressional
cemetery. Rev. C. E. Wise of Iowa Ave
nue Methodist Episcopal Church will of
ficiate. The pallbearers will be selected
from the employes of the Adams Express
Company and the Association of the Old
est Inhabitants.
Births Reported.
The following births have been re
ported to the health office in the past
twenty-four hours:
Louis, jr., and Elizabeth "Hartlg, boy.
David and Fannie Jacobs, girl.
Harman C. and Minnie Winenecke, girl.
John H. and Hazel K. Albers, girl.
Richard and Elizabeth Jones, boy.
Robert E. and Catherine L Joy, boy.
William and Mary Dunnington, girl.
Clifford and Margaret Aldrldge, boy.
Edward A. and Ka&erlne E. Lloyd,
girl.
Ola V. and Mary A. I .at ham, boy.
George D. and Gertrude. Lartsh. girl.
William L. and Rose W. Browning, boy.
Charles C. and Carrie L Lickner, boy.
Samuel S. and Florence L Mattlson,
boy.
Andrew and Hlllarie Rosen, girl.
William I. and Elvira M. Reamy, boy.
William W. and Hattie J. Miller, girt.
Howe and Prisdlla Totten, girl
Arthur A. and Ellemora E. Webster,
boy.
Charles and Htlde Simon, girl.
Nicola and Angela Genna, boy.
Nathaniel and Bertha Willis, girl.
Lawrence P. and Mamie E. Campbell,
girl.
Joshua and Mary E. Worthlngton, girl.
Hiram and Mary E. Kenney, boy and
girl twins.
Thad and Mary Dlshman, boy.
Harrison and Martha Hattot^girl.
Deaths Reported.
The following deaths have been reported
to the health office in the past twenty
four hours:
Harry & Rupprecht, 45 years, 1840
Park road northwest.
Philip L. Powledge. 86 years, Wash
ington Asylum Hospital.
Martha M. Halslip, 18 years, 46116 Ten
nessee avenue northeast.
Martha R. Clarvoe, 73 years. 928 7th
street northeast.
Clarence E. McGee, 2 years. 1080 20th
street northwest.
.Eleanor V. Lovelace, 2 years. 913 3d
street southeast.
Sarah E. Conner, 74 years, 90S loth
street southeast.
Clarence Hepburn, 4 years, 2900 K street
northwest. ?
Earl D. Brittlngham, 2 months, 218 3d
street northwest.
Marjorle A. Snyder, 1 month, 2350 Q
street. Twining City.
Emma Camp. 60 years, Washington Asy
lum Hospital.
Sarah Tomlin, 55 years, FYeedmen's
Hospital.
John Barnes. 31 years, 2638 I street
northwest.
Bessie Morton, 15 years, Garfield Hos
pital.
Andrew Whitlow, 73 years, 501 29th
street northwest.
Stanley A. Dutch. 30 years, 2328 On
tario road northwest.
Marion Butler, 7 years, Freed men's Hos
pital.
Frances L. Woolrldge. 16 months, 1048 3d
street northwest.
Audrey Hunt, 2 months, Freedmen's
Hospital.
Cecil Muggs, 6 months, 916 11th street
northwest.
Loretta Jones, 9 months, 1811 K street
northwest.
SAKE FOURTH PLANKED.
Petworth Citizens Appoint General
Committee on Celebration.
Plans for a safe and sane Fourth of
July celebration were discussed last night
by residents of Petworth at a mass meet
ing held In the United Presbyterian
Church.
The meeting was held under the aus
pices of the Petworth Citizens' Associa
tion. Owing to the inclement weather
there was but a small attendance. ?
committee, of which C. L. Gable Is chair
man and Thomas G. Homiller was made
secretary was appointed to arrange (or
the celebration. This committee was
given the power to appoint subcommit
tees on llnsnce, program, refreshments,
athletic events, fireworks and press.
The celebration is to be supported by
popular subscription. It Is proposed to
hold the athletic events In the afternoon,
speeches and patriotic songs In the even
ing and the fireworks at night. Beveral
other meetings of the committee of ar
rangements are to be held In the near
future, at which time the v*rtoog sub
committees will be appointed.
" ? '
"(Mr mm
BY BAUTMORE POLICE
Young Man Once in Custody
Here Is Thought to Be
Mentally Unbalanced.
William H. Nlckerson, alias Gilbert &
Gladstone, who claimed he vu a nephew
of former Premier William E. Qadstone
of E^ncland, when he was under arrest la
this city last November for false prw
tenses. Is In custody in Baltimore. Maj.
Sylvester was informed today that the
young man probably is mentally unbal
anced. his condition being such that the
officials of the Baltimore Jail And It
necessary to keep him In a straight
jacket.
Nlckerson obtained cameras from tha
stores of Bertrain Robert*. 1413 New
York avenue, and CMles F. Heilprin. 12Wi
F street, last year, it \vas charged, by
falst-iy representing tie was ?u serve as
offiv iai photographer at the aviation meet.
Arrested in St. Louis.
Later lie was arrested In St. L.ouis and
brought here for trial. He was paroled
by Justice Wrixht and released. Shortly
after his release he obtained a i>ositlon
with a tlrm of contractors, but was soon
told his services were no longer needed.
Nlckerson claimed he was unable to
hold his position because of polioe in
terference. Marshal Farnan of the Bal
timore police force informed Maj. Syl
vester that the prisoner was arrested in
that city to answer charges similar to
those that were preferred against hliu
in this city.
Probation officer Porter has been notl
lled of the arrest of the young man. Us
has not yet decided what action lie wlli
take. Should the prisoner be returned
to this city and be declared insane, he
will l?e sent to the Government Hospital
for the Insane.
Bridge Destroyed by Dynamite.
IRWIN, Pa., June 1.?Dynamiters de
stroyed the bridge between Herminle and
Madison, on the Sewickley branch of the
Pennsylvania railroad, last night. About
six weeks ago the bridge near Claridga,
on the Manor V alley branch, was dyna?
mlted. Both bridges were in the West
moreland county miners' strike sone.
DIED.
BENNETT. On Thursday, June 1. 1911. st SIS
a.m. CATHERINE C. BEXXETT. beloved
daughter of John F. and Mary T. .Bennett
Foneral from her parents' residence, 30 L street
northeast, on Saturday, June 3, at 2 i' ?
Interment at Mount O.lvet cemetery. 2*
DBEYFUSS. On Thursday, June 1, 1911, st ?
a.m., st residence. 1844 Columbia road.
BABETTE DRKYFl'SS.
Foneral from residence Sunday morning at 9:M
o'clock. Please omit flowers. 2
HANDS. Passed awsy st 9:15 s.m. Thursday,
June 1, 1911. at the residence of her bs
loved sister, Mrs. John T. Campbell. 1404
Park road. Miss MARY A. HANDS. aged
sixty-flve years.
Services st Glenwood chapel at 4 p.m. Friday,
June 2. Friends and relstives Invited?S
attend. ?
HARVET. Departed this life Wednesday mors
Ins. May 31, 1911, ALBERT H. HARVET,
beloved hosband at Mary K. Harvey (nee (>?
ons.t. father of Klmer E. Harrey and brotber
of Peyton B. and Leroy Harrey. Mrs. Dora
Morris. Mrs. Ella Simmons and Mrs. U.
Richardson.
Funeral services st residence, 2219 Cleveland
avenue northwest, Friday. Jane 2, at 2 p.a,
Relstives sad friends Invited. Intel steal at
Harmony cemetery.
HATDEN. On Wednesday, May SI, 191*. JOBS
C.. beloved son of Michael and the lats
Margaret Hayden.
Funeral (private! from Hindie's undertsktng sa>
tablishment. 5th and H streets northwest
Friday, June 2. at 10 a.m. *
LCSRY. Oa May SI. 1911. at 2:30 o'clock p.at.
RACHEL M. LU8BY.
Foneral from the residence of her daugbtv,
Mrs Jos. Blsden. ChiUum, Md., st 8 n.%
Friday. Jane 2. Interment st Rock Creek
cemetery. ? ?
PATTER80N. On Tuesday. Msy SO. 1911, s?
9:46 p.m., st the residence of ber parents.
Mr. snd Mrs. Jss. O. Patterson, 350 in
street southeast, after s short and palnM
illness, LUCILLE SADIE PATTERSON.
Notice of funeral later. *
SHTGRl'E. On Wednesday. May 81. 1911.
MARGARET SHI GKl'E. native of Oouaty
Kerry, Ireland.
Foneral from her late residence. 89 I strset
northeast, Saturday. June 3. at 8:30 o'clock,
thence to St. Aloyslus Church, where msss
will be said for the repose of her soul .at ?
o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited 9>
attend. 2*
TINNET. On Wednesday May 31. 1911. st S
a.m.. ANDREW TIXNEY. son at the lste
Wm. Tinner and Hsttle Tlnney Welch,
grsndson of the lste Andrew B. Trnney sad
brother of Marion Atkins snd Evs Carroll.
Foneral from Israel C. M. E. Church. 1st snd ?
streets southwest. Sand ay. June 4, st 1 pA
Friends and relatives invited.
WHITE. On May 31. 1911, st 11:46 p.m-. at
her residence. No. T23 Howard aveswe Ana
cost la. D. C.. Mrs. CARRIE D. TAHITE (ass
Qoerles), wife of the lste Wllllsm White and
daughter of James and Treacy Qoarles.
Notice of foneral hereafter
In Memoriam.
GRIFFITH. In ssd bnt loving remembrsnee ef
our desr husband and devoted fathsr, ROB
ERT GRIFFITH, who departed this life on*
yesr sgo todsy. June 1. 1910.
"Farewell, farewdl. my husbsnd. desr;
I've spent one sad snd lonely yesr.
Too left me with an selling heart
The day when yon and I did part."
"Sadly missed."
BT HIS DEVOTED WIFE. EFFIE E. GRIF
FITH. AND LOVING CHILDREN. EDNA.
MILBl'RN, STAFFORD AND LEONARD. ?
THAYER. Sacred to the memory of our desr
wife and mother. CARRIE E. THAYER, who
departed this life si* yesrs sgo todsy. June
1. lHO-V
How hard it wss for us to part.
Since tender love had Itound our hearts;
But the kindest, the sweetest, the most fsithfal,
we know.
Are ever the surest, the soonest to go.
?BY HEB LOVING Hl"SBAND AND CHILDREN.
FUHERAL DIEECT0RS.
James T. Clements* Sons*
1241 WISCONSIN AVE.
Phsoe West *04. Fonersl Parlor.
Joseph P. Birch's Sons,
___ , CT Y \ir PSrlor for Funerals.
3?34 M S 1 . 1\. W . Phone West 9?
George P. Zurhorst,
FUNERAL PARLORS, 301 EAST CAPITOL ST.
Telephone Lincoln 872.
W. R. Pumphrey & Son,
Foneral Directors snd Kmbslmers,
1523 14th st. n.w.
Phone North 2060.
W. R. SPEARE,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMEB. a
940 F Street N.W.
WASHINGTON. D C.
Phones Main 4
Frank A. Speare, Mgr.
FRANK QETER^S SONST
1118 SEVENTH ST. N.W.
Modern chapel. Telephone call North S89.
R. M. PERRY,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMEB.
SO H ST. N.E. TELEPHONE LINCN. If
Joseph Gawler's Sons,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Established 1850.
1T80-32 Pennsylvania a vs. n.w.
Chapel, Telephone Mala WW.
WM. H. SARDO & CO.,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND
408 H st. n.s. Modern chapel. Fl
J. WILLIAM LEE. Foneral Df
J. WILLIAM LEE. Foneral Director
sad ITsdislmrr Livery la eoanectlse. Csaisss
Pa** s ?Tw. ^T^eptwae' Valftttt
R. F. HARVEY'S SONS,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
sssy 1AT "
FUVERAL DS8I0VS.
GEO. C. SHAFFER,

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