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in natural ami O'Icrv < hoicc at. .
Cloth Suits worth up to $40.
Utjl't weigh; serge*.. cheviot
aw! a f?-\\ p. ?ngce-. Xcarh ail
si/*-. \ go<*| varict\ ??? -hade.-.
I ht>ice at
Silk Suits worth up to $65,
fillip and Mack
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lori d Mohair Si,M?. in black <?r ^
nav\. Warh all >izrs. \ real
bargain at T
| Separate Coats worth up to $18^50= |
Short i o;:t> in black, tan and
-lit |>iu r?l> chock. Lined with satin
? ?I tatfria. ,\ian tailored, t hoiee.
$6 JO Lioemie Dresses
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an i111 l.u c \ol <>. \ varirt\ of * ?'!
or?. ? ??11 v a li ?'. .-o lie ?111:? k
Dresses worth up to $18.50
l.nien. taffeta. n:e.-al.ne and
dnnit*. <n?o'l effect'-. \ vari?*t\
??;'e<>i?>rs. I'o.v.ibN iii?\ in the Int.
'Dresses worth up to $25,
Wool jmh.hI.s and >ilk jne?aline.
i.lpek an-! naw <<:d\. l'.\'*cllent
-1 \ fe a;i<) tnal.iiu;. ( !i< >i<-; at
Laanemi Skirts worth up to $2,50
Natural linen and rej
tail' ?red.
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Waists worth up to $2.50
Size- ^S. |o. and 44 only.
Tailored and iincr rie ?t\les. Some
what inn>srd. t'lioiee at
$3.50 Taffeta Petticoats.
i are an t \? ell* 11? qn.ihly
taffeta . 'id made fnll -i*e. AH fn!
i?r>. ' otnparc {''em with what \<>n
?'i-t at othv-r M??r? - and \on will
uali/e what '>i}^ \aln-- they art a!
$5 Jersey Petticoats
(er>c\.with l\r?-ian >ilk tl<nni?*e.
In dark col-?r> ?>nl\. In-: a few.
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Hats worth up to $2
? hie. exclusive creations, thor
otljjhl'" n|?-to-?late in st vie. Not
manv. hut a!l desirable. ( hoice at
NOTI" * :<> <! ?? j?r ? ?-s at . Iii< l. tlio.-i- ;nr tiff''rfil
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Lot of Women's Regular!
land Ties, Special at
\nother sjiccial purchase of W < men's
vrade Slimmer l;ootwcar at a bar
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^ain. These arc the latest styles in
I'umps. Oxfortls an.l T\vrt-ey?*let Tics, in
patent colt, trun metal atai russet calf -
all siZ'.'S? on -ale at
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Standard $3.50 Pumps,
Oxfords and Ties,
Special at
The balance <?f a leading manufacturer's out
put of W omen's Summer Footwear. All the nevv
t Klmpcs in pdtent .?>lt. fcnn metal calf, russet calf, black
at'.l tan \?-l\et ami white canva-. Th??r?*
are i ckula t ion Oxforils. pumps with ami
without straps. ami 'I \vo-ey> let 'I'ies.
<;?*t in tomorrow sure, ami pr?'Viile your
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,.'.iritin^ .our !j.>nn'. \\ v\..rk out
iHj'.ir v.;. iTic
George PUtt Co., Srsc.,
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in RED OF PAIN?
W e know you need not suffer J
or worry about pain- in your j
head, neuralgia and rheumatic i
pains, if you will take Kef.
It will cure you.
It is jrood.
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I frejiaretl liy ll^nr.? Kvhdh. inc.. wholesale ?n1
X ?*t*il ilrussist, I'/jC 1" otrett nuftUwes;.
The Delicious Flavor of
Apollinaris Water
COMBINED WITH IT8 PERSISTENT EFFERVESCENCE
And Valuable Digestive Qualities
Accounts for its
Ever Increasing Popularity
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stripe. Ail thi- season > Suits. Xmie rc-erve<l-?
nniic exchanged? none sent !).
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Outl)ill
(Tut (5lass
In a piece of outbid
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mony?tlie design, tlie
shape, the si/.e showing
to a marked degree
unitv?of belonging to
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The designs are a dis
tinct departure from
thr usual trite geomet
rical patterns, exhibit
ing :?rt rather than
draughtsmanship.
Outbill (Tut <??lass is
sold in Washington ex
clusively by
#alt 32>ro.
Tstablisbe^ Over a (Tenturv
3cweltcrs. Si*, vcr smiths. Stationers
liO7 "Pennsylvania "3Vve.
Pennsylvania R. R.
REDUCED FARES
Atlantic City
Jl'LY TO IO. 1911
Tickets will be fold July 5. ?? ami 7,
g'Kvl to r-'tur.i to rcacli original Htartinu
lvi.ni not later tima .iiiiv is.
Ticket* will In- s??iil Juiy K. !' nrnl 10,
good to return to reach starting |iwim i:"t
later limn July 1?.
lly 'li(rt>f!t.nj; ticket with Special Agent.
Atlantic I'lty. ; r.rt laying fl.<*? a liln-rul
t.inl.'<l return limit iiiay In- obtained.
SJoj'-ovcr at I*u:ladelj>'..ia.
Atlantic City commends itself as
a Seashore Resort and e;=
pecially in July
UMira, (HiEOSTES &G& I
ARCHITECTS
WASHINGTON. I?. O.
The Wretciisdness
of Constipation
Csd quickly be overcome b ??
CARTER S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS
Purely vegetable
act surely and
gently on tb*
liver. Cure
lilliousness.
Headache.
Dizziness
and Indigestion. They do their duty
Small Pill. Small Dose, Small Price.
GENUINE must bear SIGNATURE.
I)K \PKRfES MADE I
DI HIXCt SIMMER
i ( >R J7ALL DHLIYKKY. !l
11 will sa\r much ann?>v
.iiuc i?> select fabrics and j
place orders before leaving I'
t??\\n. for the suiniiicr.
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al>s< S-'< 'ir*' our ?"???ItiiiJtf.
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inti i?i>??'??!vn>i:s * ri?iimshi:rs. '
i] 610 lath St. ?r,;.'.;v:
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LANTERNS,
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Sculptured M A \< \\ L !?;
1 Jenehc1 ??miains. I'ed
esta!< and I nis i> r tilt*
1 mbellishmenl <?! \oiir
summer lioipf estate.
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t! illi' }lfij?|-'>r.riill<* '".'I' \VKI? jj*
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At FOUNTAINS, HC7E:.S, OR Ei-3CYVH ERE
Get tbo
Original end Genuine
HORUCK'S
MALTED MILIC
"Others are Imitations"
The Food Drink for All Ages
IUck .Milk. Malt Grain K\tr:.<*t. in I'oMilir
Notin any Milk Trust
Insist 011 "MORLICK'S"
TakP :i i' 'c' :r 1 I ? 1:1
| Buy Paisit en |
I its Merits. I
5 worth of Xew Kra f
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T pliasizm?. ihr<-ui;ii- ?
out the I'nited State- J[
$ it is recognized as the best 4
^ of all paints. W e il supph 1j
vou.
I W. H. BUTLER CO..
1 607-09 C St. N. W.V,"7n, t
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! For Graduate and the Bride
o :r ?-('? ?;. is i :.!.*!c- v. itli suggestions
for- c'f.s for iT.il*.> '' r-ni lni?i<\ If yi.ii
ill" llm.k'u^ of s.*ii'liii^ a ^Ift >ve xvutilii
Ik- ^iad t>> iiuve jo:, ? all.
For the Graduate.
Yocni; Mou's Golil-lii!i*.l WatHi. pn.ir.Mi
tr.*<l tiiuekt'iper. newest tUin o. -
USuOH. Spti*l::l v4ou
I.:i'lie%? Watch. 14k. soli.J gol !. ric It
nr YValtiiaai movecifnt, C.
tial <>?3-?0
Sifiit! <t?ii'J lintcflfti*, liiin! iijri-. vi*.!.
H.t!) Joint and crldi: n pular C- rm
5>7..vt viiiui ; f...
For the Bride.
Sl' il.iiC Silver T;'an*>ons. hiilf ^ ~
tltt/t'M. 3
Collier ni-1 .\fi*k?l
l?lsli'.-. Ijii'sl niiiK'. -|" r!<il V.")*l,0
N.li.l ?*?i>iH?r ur Nioki'l CoT^p
I'.roOiat'.rs, fln?*.-i luah**. .1 ?
A. KAHN, 935 F St.
FIVE TITLED WOMEN WHO TOOK PART
IN THE CEREMONY OF THE CORONATION
FASHIONABLES WHO ARE IN |
LONDON FOTt GREAT EVENT.
Rceent Weddings and Some Coming
Ones?Travel Plans?Per
sonal Notes.
Mr. and Mrs. Prauriji < "rowniiii-hield. |
Mr. and Mi . ' 'larc:ii Moore, Mrs.
i;.-..rce Brndi?>. Mr-. V.':il'a:? \,r<i 'fr ;uvl i
M;. s iM.iin r ait I Mrs. Iticiiaid I1 Tof.r
settd ;i'i- anions.: the Washing!ntiiatis in
I <?n?-]oTi today ;? n<l \vi i r* n<> ?!? 'ad of
thf slrr^t sfe:if:; att?*i:d?n.- tin- eoy..na
tion i- |ii.< i\ t ? es jipf tin in llach h is
been I'lo nil <"ii' aireadv n !hf soeia!
rv'iit- of 11 if : r,< i >11 a (lie British ?? ?? * ?i?
ta I.
i !?>?.-ar?l I.. ' 'iiristman ami family
opened t;;? their su.ntaf r iv-i.'i-T-c, <he
Pin-s. Mi)., an'l will p main lh<?? uitll
X uf tuber.
Mr Kt< hard Kll'oti Marine "f ?ii?w fit?
jvis m Haltiniorf yesterday to '? mi 11??
Miss l?'ra!i<-? >? Klizabcth Mai inf.
?tx!t?r inarriaUf to Mr. Petr> liflf.o.it,
K<-,We of V'? w Vorl. ' if Thf bridf v? on
a ta'bu -niadf travertin i i-stirit< o*r white
yer?f. villi a white lienip I.Hi trimmed
ill pi n I; ro.=e- and ?'*rrvinK a show*-!'
Uc*?ifp!f-t cf lili<"s "f thf \ a1!f>. A dia
mond-and-pearl brow a. thf >;ifi f,r thf
it, 11.j ti, '.' .ms iH-r only ornament Mrs, K.
K Marine and Mr? l'uvtd i-'alotnon of
. I .1 . \\ ??:??? | i'ft-'f it.
' Miss Ka -i Farkei and l>i V i!t-r <
1 ('?i'r*dl \v> if q .iftl' inarri'd at >t Paul's
t 'hi.rob :? i t'J r?"??!*:?-l? V''?tf'.'da y 1*.^ Bv\.
Fatli?-r Kni?. antirlpatirsr 1-v ;< '-eek <T
th ? dat" they li td :irsi s< ? Th<- brid<
I'lVi-i-r . ti-a.-flins Aft.?.- a trip
t<, Atl ustff '"it y th- "iiip'f v. l! i u: t?
here to r. si.l--.
Mr. and M s. A. W. Patterson ',a\f an
informal d::r<v and rr.-ept un at the'r
.?omitry pla<". t mk ( rt'.-t, near I aurel.
Md.. 1 ast ni^ht. when atnoin; their uuests
were Kepresenta'ive J- M- iludj-'er of
Nor.It t'aroMna. R? presontative and Mr.?.
i U T^ant'b- ?' Kentucky. Fifpn sr-nt.i
t ' . f and Mr - William Wilsfti of III no s.
i;?-'.-rfHi-ntativf an i Mrs. llug es of NV-v
jfi;s? v. 1'r. at.d Mis. I.fe Hari>a:i. Dr.!
ard Mrs. I' A Kraory. l-'r. and Mrs-1
!?*. !!. Siiwllz. Maj. and Mrs. I^ewis M> r
r';'.*n. Mr and Mrs. Kherdli,Mr. and
Mrs. J K. l.atl rop, Mr. an?l Mrs. Hal
Snjith. Mr. and Mrs. P.erryh'll, Mrs. Tal-;
' n ad f. M ss Fulton. Miss Tracy. Miss!
< Ri scr.tl'.al. Mr \V,1 iani N'lfhols of Spo
j Katie. Wash.; Mr. Atho, Mr. Guard and
t Mr. Sha/ter. , ,,
| The daiifin? vvas held n the ma n hall
I of the residence and tiie lawn >vas iilit
! ni.nated l?y Japanese lanterns. Uefresli
niems were served.
Tiie ralier.-on notne s ands !n a ^r-ve,
qj* a hundieil c-'k trees and last nipdit s
hospitality was an exc.edin^ly pleasant
oeeaslon.
i
Miss Frances A hern, davijjnter of Mr.
Mrs. Mauri'e Aliern. and Mr.
loysius Joseph K^loff ot Buffal . X. ^ ??
I ,vere married !a;:t < venin^ at '? o e ock
ht St. I*, ter's ("hutch liy the pastor. Kev.
Father O'Brien. A larue Baihcr.nB of
f lends w.'.s in a'tendance.
The bride was esoot ted by lier brother,
i COMES A TIME
j W hru Coffee Shows What It Ilan Ileeu
UoiDR.
?'Of late years i-offeo lia> wit'u inc.
*' v. rites a ma I run fro n H<ene. N. V.
? lis lijrliT.st imnishii.eut bein-j t'i make me
i -lr."V* 1111(1 dizzy, find it sallied to tlii.'ken up
? Thf li.-av'est nas when it upset iu.v 8t-.aia< U
compietfl: . <I<sUo.i?g my apin-t'.te an 1 making
nervous and irrital.le. and B<nt ir.e to my
t ill. Aft:-!" one of tliesf atta ?<?*, in wlia'U I
r!y lost my lit-'. 1 eon luded to quit the eof
f." and try J'ostuni.
-It went riulit to the si^r! I found it not
only a most palata le and re fresh Ins l.i-Terasi',
l ut a food as well.
??All my ailments, tlie 1 >K'n?ss' and .Uzziness.
tin- unsatisfactory condition of uiy Mood, my
ccrvou-n-Fs un'1 irritability disappeared in short
ord-r and my sorely afflicted stoma, -1, t.eRan
quietly to reeover. I bepan to rel.nitd and have
steadily continued until now. Hare a p??l
appetite an-1 am rejoicing in smith health, whb-h
I owe to the use of Postu:n." X?me ?iven by
Post inn Co.. Rittle Orvek. Midi.
Kcad th.- llttl - book. ?'Tin- Road to Wellville. '
In likps. ' Th- i'-'s a reason."
Kver read the above letter? A uew
oae njniearf from time to time. They
are Kemilne, true and full of human
Interest.
1 |.imIy Klleon Rullrr. a tralnbearer.
2 l.mly Kile?n Kno*. a tralnbearer.
;> T!if IlurhenM of Mnnlrnw, wbo ???
??Uleil In huldluft <He canopy ot?*r
the quern.
4 The Ouche** of *?nlli?*r!aii(l. a
?py ilnclir?ix."
Thr liiichriN of Hamilton, another
of the "??MnOjiy iliichf**e?.."
Ideat. James I-. Ahfrn, I . It- '
nil wore a pown ot white satin, tiini
mcd with hands of pearl embroidery. Her
t ii He veil was caught It a spray
< r.inpe blossoms. an<l she carried a
shower bouquet of bvjde roses and lilies
of trie valley. Her only ornament was a
handsome pearl and diamond heart, tin
^ilt of the hrideproom.
Miss Iv, re.it a Ahem, sister of the hrid< .
was the maid of honor and wore a light
acorn-colored satin. She carried pinK
roses. Miss Agnes Wilson, ds-nphtor
Representative Wilson of J'ep.nsvh a ni-?
and Miss F.flie Ahem, another sister --f
the bride, were bridesmaids, and were
dressed in |>ale pink satin and carried
pink roses. Miss Marparet Kimball,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. <I*. Kinibad,
was t:ie ring bearer
Mr William Huskisson of Buffalo was
? he be-t man. and Mr. Harold Morrison
and Mr. Elmon A hern w"ie th< ushers.
The ceremony was followed b\ a re
ception at the home <:f Hn bride's par
ents. after which Mr. and Mrs. Egloff
h tt for a wedding trip. Tiicy will reside
in Buffal-.
A large assemblage of relatives ard
frieprlc were present la.^-t nicht a.t the
marriage of Ms- Edith Miller Presnell
and Mr. V l.e Roy ?'rampt"n in the
Rhode Island Avenue M. I". Church. Rev.
Ur. Benson oftb iating T e platform and
t,,,;pit were adorned with pink and white
Mowers and foliage plants. Mr. A. 1*..
Barker. Mr. E. W Farlec. Mr. tiny
(tampion. M>\ Harry Shermerhorn, Mr.
Charlrs Taylor and Mr. Winfield Wilson
were ushers and Mr. W. Uaymond Cramp
ton wa^ lies' man for lib brother.
The bride, who was es'orted by her
brother-in-law. Dr Willi am A. Kemhall.
was attended by six bride'-iva'ds. Miss
.leant tte Scott. Miss Mdi'V I- inn. Mis*
i i. -t*t rude West of Raptdan. ^ a., Miss
Lucie Inscoe. Miss Nannie Inscoe and
Miss Man Tonoray. woo wore hand
i ainterl ma; ouise-.te ::owns o\ i r |iuk
I in and carried pink sweet peas
A maid of honor was Miss Amelia
?o-e:idalc, who wore pink marquisette
er l ink satin and --mried a f.how r
boufpiet of Killarney rosebuds, and Iter
1st- r. Mis ; Theodota Prcra 51. as flow or
ir ri. dressed in wiiite embroidered ba
tiste .aid carrying a bask -t of daisies.
'I iie iiridal tolle* .mis of whit *wi:n
trimmed with thread lace, and her ?'i!l<
\eil was fastened with a cap of old lace.
<lte carried a show?-r boi:i|iiet ot sweet
peas and lilies of the vallej
\ii informal reception for the relatives
followed ..i the home of ti e bride's broth
er-in-law and sister. M\ and Mrs A I'..
Parker. 4?; Chantiing street The house
was; decorated wiili foliage and white
!.-1*?d pink flow* r:;.
Mrs". Barker wore !i-_:lit ;r,,ui mmi trmi
I mod with pearln Mr-. I<? ml-alt vv<>re em
broidered mav-piisette over pink satin.
! and Mrs. t'rampton. mother of the bride
i .'room, black Ijtee over Wiiite satin.
Vr :i.id Mrs. Crampton 1-ft later for a
| wei'.iirg trip, and will be at home after
September I J?t Rock Creek Cltur.-'..
ri ad.
\jr and M" J. 'Sta nbaupii an
nomi'.-t- the marriage "f their daughter
Anna Mar- and Mr Arfhur Van Dorn
Thomas this evening at 7 o clock An
informal r?c :.,n wi.l follow.
M -s Margaret Knight and Miss E<h?l
Morr s. wl .i wl'l be among the brides
in-t d* at the wedding of Miss Anne Bay
ard and Mr. N'otman I'nderwood. Mon
day June -5, entertained at a theater
part'v at the Belas.o Theatei yesterday
afternoon, followed by tea. in honor of
Miss Bavard The other guests were
M'-s Kathleen Pawson of Frost uurp.
Md.. who vs. i?l be-the ma d of honor, an.1
Miss Kleanor Wright and Miss Ihpew,
the other attendants.
Mr and Mrs. Elmer K. Paine have
issue-! invitat ons for a reception on tne
evening of Friday. June -b. from * until
,1 o'clock, to celebrate the r s lver wed
ding anniversary. The o-casion is also
their lirst liosp tality in tlie.r new home.
i:?th street.
Miss l'.tta Taggart entertained the Con
federate choir at a mu.-ical and dance
n ght. The m mh n s of the choir
who gave vocal s. I- tlons were Mrs.
Mr'-n ght. M ss Townserd. M ss Murray.
'Mr. ' Fallows. Miss Michelson. M sses
Etta and Susie Taggart.
\ r?oint lace cap on *e owned by Empress
Free-lie but considered ar. he i loom in
the bride's family, was worn yesu-r^ay h.
Miss Marion Til otson at her :rarr age to
Herb ri li Ha/.elton at Atlanta Hi'^ -
lpndc N J The br'.-le's uress was o:
white satir. veiled with wlvte chiffon,
embroiderwl with silk ^'tl'
pearls and trimmed wall |.ont ijc - t!iat
had been worn by her mother at her wed
dii.u. She wore a diamond broo h in the
form of a lovers' knot, a wedding gift,
and a diamond bracelet, a gift of the
bridegroom.
Representative and Mrs. S. F. Prouty
i entertained the Iowa delegation in < on
gress and others last night at dinner at
rongres.* Hall Their guests included
Senator and Mrs. Albert B. Cummins of
Des Mo'nes. Senator and Mrs. H illiarn .s.
Ken von of Fort Oodg?. Represen.at, ve
and Mrs. James Wil iain ( ood of
Itapids. RepresenJalive arid Mrs N. I
Kendall of Albia. Representative an I
Mrs. Horace Mann T uner ot ' ornmg.
Representative and Mrs. l-lbert P.am.lto.i
Hubbard of Sioux City. Representative
ard Mrs. Frank P. Woods of E?ther\ille.
Representative i.hsrles A Kennedy ot
Montroi-e Representative Irvin t P
per of Muscatine. Representative Charles
Edgar Pickett of Waterloo. Representa
tive Gilbert N". Haugen and Miss Hau-en
of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. R ch. cousin and
house puest of Senator and Mr.-. < tim
niins; Miss Hubbard of S.oux <'ity. sister
and house gucs'. of Representative and
Mrs. Hubbard: Mr. ar.il Mrs Judson <
We'.liver, Mr. and Mrs John Snure, Mr.
M. I- Temple of Os cola Mr. Howard J.
(Mark of Pes Moines, Mrs. Benjamin H.
Akin of PI lintield. N J., daughter of the
hostess, and hei three sisters Misses
Kvangrelino. Krancc^s an I Kiniiy Prout>.
Mr. and Mrs. John Poole, son and
daughter are spending several -lays at
Deer Park Md.. the former being In at
tendance at the Maryland Bankers' < on
ventlon.
Mrs Warren '}? Uemarest ha- written
from Paris to some of her Intimate friends
in New York announcing the engagement
of Iter daughter. Mis.- Ilelene Demarest,
to Mr John Irishman, son of the Atnfr*
lean ambassador to (talv, ;in<I Mrs.
Leishman.
Mrs. (leuiarest ha^ be*>n in Paris for
jseveral months, and >he \\a.- joined there
j rr-i'ftith hy her daughter, who hart l>een
?in Algiers with Mr. and Mrs. Henry San
| forrt and .Mis- Agin?s Ldgar of this city,
! with w hum she departed from N>? York
| early in the winter.
Miss Demarest \v;? ? introduced to so
? ejet\ a ago bisl winter. Mrs. Dein
I a rest has t-ik^n a \ i 1 tii on Lake C? >mo
i for t he sunnier, and the wedding *vlll be
jeelehrated there i'i the early autumn. She
|is Iurnisiiing an apart ii-.ent in Paris for
i her daughter. who will so there after
her marring-.
Mr and Mrs. A. P. TasUer have pon*1
! nil a two-month ti ll' to the Paeifie coast.
Most of this time will he spent with their
'son. <'as>t. Arthur N'. Taski>r. Medical
t'orp;. I". S. A., stationed at the Pre?idio
i of San Francisco. Returning in \ugust.
the\ will visit the prominent cities of the
Northern Pacific route.
Mr=. N'ash. wife of Lieut. Charles F.
Nasi . r?; iirnul Ttjesda;. to Fairfax cotin
! t>. V-!.. rrom San Francisco. ?'al.. Out.
I Niish having been ordered ea*t to join
ii I'nited States revenue cutter Mor
j rill, stationed at Detroit, Mieli.
M-s. William \. Gelyel.ing and children.
, with Mrs. t'pfou II. Kidenotir. ir . left
the ?it> tr/day, to be c;nne until the fall.
T!i' v hataken a cottage at Haven.
Me. Thev \\t r> accompanied l>\ < *ol. W.
in. Thompson. sister and nieee. hIio will
; also occupy their attractive cotiage.
Mr Alexander of 11 ? Toronto i- visit
J ing Mrs. L. Ft. Hayes a: the latter"?
I cottage. I.itetiti..|d. I'on i.
Mi?s l/ltaii'r F. Bowers of V .'tree;
j has gone to Biston and will attend the
? Harxard exercises.
i
I Mourtat evening last a surprise party
was tendered ;o Miss Helen Barnhoit at
h<-r lionu in Brookland, D. i". A d**
ligMfol e\-f ninjc' wa.; pent b\ at'. Danc
ing and games >vere indulged in. after
which supper w aserved on tiie lawn.
Mr. .1. Wheeler WiKon of Paw tucket,
II. I.. K:tie voritl solos. Those present
i w< re: Mr. and Mrs. Barnholt, Miss Os
I bourne. Mis:. Helen Harnholi, Miss Win
nie Barnholt. Mi<s Richel Johnston.
Mi-s Laura Johnston and Miss Lillian
Clark. Mfssf-s. Oscir F. lSI'ls, Karle
Kllis. Joseph Wheeler Wilson. Harry
Barn'iolt and Merritt Jdus Smith.
M?*. Louis Lull, son-in-law rf Mr.
j Charles Mades. sailed for Cermany June
I 21, to be pono for three months.
A Y. W. C. A. Lawn Fete.
The ladies of tl'.e Mount Ple.is;mt t'hap
: ter of the Y. W. ('. A. will hold a lawn
: fete at Mount Pleasant street Fri
I day, June 23. from to in p.m. There
; w.il be tables for the tale of ice cream,
; uake, candv and fancy articles.
J
t
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses have bten issued to
the following:
Lew s Price and Xellie Haygood.
G^oige H. Burton an 1 Gaynelle Price.
Ara M. Daniels and Kmma K. Imbach.
Janus Howard and Lucy Scott.
On well L. Witt and Alice Wright, both
of Bedford City, Va.
James L. Kirly and Gladys M. Satter
j white, both of Lynchburg, Va.
John C. Ceruti and Alice M. Carter.
Klmer IJrurv and Nellie Pasterfield,
| both of Baltimore. Md.
Abraham Mover ami Grace M. Davis.
Allan Robinson and Margaret Gray.
Thompson M Hirst of Falls Church,
Va., and LIhtl P. Howard of Annandale.
! Va.
John C. IvOmax and Mary Smith,
j George W. Beasl.-y and La.ft a L. Penn.
Harry S. Donaldson and Susie Wester
i man.
I Walter C. B shop and Ruby C. Shaver.
Deaths Reported.
The following deaths were reported to
the health office during the past twen
ty-four hours:
Bara Lraumshent. jeers, Washing
ton Asylum Hospital.
Annie L. Raymond, ;>?> years. Oil dth
street southeast.
Frederick N. Bassatt, ."?>< years, 1005 F
street northwest.
Christian HolTma:i. 7<? years. Wash
' insjton Asylum Hospital.
i Catherine Kelly, tin years. Government
i Hospital for the Insane.
i John Clark. 2!> years, 11.".7 10th street
! northwest.
Jatnes K. Young, 2 years, l?r_?o 10th
; street northwest.
Fred J. llemsley. years, 110K Con
j gress street northeast.
j Priscilla Murett. ,"?1 > ears, lOo O street
northwest.
R. I?eed'e Bryant, 20 years, 122 M
street southeast.
Births Reported.
The following births were reported to
the health office during the past twenty
four hours:
Allen K. antl Iva N. Gregory, hoy.
John G. and Lula M. Draper, girl.
Pen ival F. an 1 Laura fcl Lynch, girl.
Frederick C and T.la L. Philpitt, girl.
Henry and Ruth T. Schaffert, boy.
Proton C. and Annie V. Hurt, girl and
hoy twins.
John and Ella Johnt>on, girl and boy
twins.
SLOOP ENOLA IS LOST
Capt. Ned Hayden and Orcv of
Oyster Beat Escape.
The sloop Km.1m o?io of the h< '
know n trii.ltrs t' >s point (*-o 1 i ? ?.i :
on <'lienapeak<? liuv m??l the J'oton-. > ?
river, w..< : in i*h*su;>??nko 1 , .
while on her >vi-y trum Ha !t-,r.iot e vt*?
ro.il aboard. in oif of re.-cnt .-t<> ?.-> ?
th.lt sWi'.pl th:> s? ? 11.? 11. Ti.? it lorni.
tlon wa* ro t-ivt tl :? < . ,t* Smith
IIousen.au iti a lotto:- from 1 t? lirotac-.
Capt Hlllj H-,.sctn.it. M 1
county, Mfl.. b>it no details of the
dent Ki\oti. e\t e|<t that ?'r*i?t N ? 1
H.nydon. master anil owner .if tlie \ ?> --
gel, est ape.1 with lis .row
The Knot a tlii:<i\? tin t>.s' ??> -to-- si ,i -
nop and ni spvi'ral past ?h" ?*
reKular oyvto- tva.lt v this fitv. a.ot
fllni-C tllf t IrtM .tf tlu in stt i- season t1 ??
vessel lias been in port lit ro with -alt
fish almar-l She v as last here a on*
six \\r an". T o Km-la w is one or
thf lavt'-st . Iti.>ps t tup!?- i.l .' 11" vivo
tra?io. j nt| w n ;i:i a'llo \ f S f v a ?
built M W?'!-tii?\on Con:', in 1 a .1
halls from \io\aiuCla
MARRIED
LOfTI S STAM.P\ <n .tin * tall i? ? ?
i'rrt-t .ith-tlr:il. Mat I fit *- ? 'i s. ? 1 tit
h- tin- Rev I h * Ii. Row i?? ' nl'h H
MMR, M'S'l IN I Ol ri s of Was! sttW
. ml! \K1,I II . -.-..tii i!*m?.s-. , ? I
Stanley, iner-hai t. Knilai'tuicli. t ?u' m l>
futiiin**it. Ireland. *
DIED.
ACHSTKITfl! "it 1i,ur?.!.iT .ti.r .2 1'iJt *t
7 a in.. ki.izvpfth m us it' i r i k
I ?rlf -i. h??l ive.j i\ if,. ,,f Vi^um ?*rt'er
in It-. ?1fty tlftli y.ai ttf Ik.
Vanirnl Saturday uv>riii.i; j- s .. i t ? ?
tti I It ?I\ i iv i tin . h. ni.'i i n > i
I-.|?HS will Ih S'liiir ft. t! ?<*? ..f ?..,|!
KHhIh.-s milt fri.-ii I* will ?* *
BAM. IM. Wt . Ji'tv^ T t* 1 ^ t i ,!*n
illl.-.. \ h JttHN r l: \l.l_ in i,
llllllll \o:ll of 'li. .!??'.
1" OI<?TiiI t rltl.t .Itilli' L t* .ti . .it I Air*
f IX. V;l I'll l?. |<-I.i- 1'.. ? .
BRii i it'-iiut ? r ,i<i;i\ it;:iK!. r i%,? .)
?Ii:tif ... I!tl1 tti]; vi'h.uv 'fl ' in i ,?
?lt Pl'??V||Pi t Hill . l-no|..; J . ; 1.. . J ,. ,
|..m. Thutfilay. Jnu ? 'J'.* ?
DROWN, 'in TurMiK>. .h:,,r jn mn. ? 1
m.in.. .it ln> n *i<li> M. . I ;.N7 Kit'-'in r>r..ot
I'Eljrn ,M. M I*Ui I\\ N . ? >:i ??f I 1 i,*mo. i
S. nroi> n mill lb- Uti- i.ttir^t- II. H.n-% :i
Not li*e of fii:i<-mi borenfu i
BROV. N. I?o;>:irtoi| iiii 1,f- rij^-ilri. .Iui?. '0.
1 ?* I'. a * 11 4."i . i * i - lt>i*i hT '?!? i'<lt|i't).. '_'..*i
A.'Li'f flinl nurtli-H^t lllil ll'Kl:. H.'i.i?.-.!
miii t.f Mik. Kale Biimn ni Hi thf lute Fainer
Prow ii n nil brut her of Minute. I.?nii. J..w{>!i
and Jt.bii Brnmi.
FunorHi frtiin llr.mn M'uif.r.il < hurfh. It! i
mwl P nnrt!ioa>i. t'rl.lm .Inn. n
2 ?V|iv? Intorniont at l'ii>t.i>'? tvineiory. ?
f'l/ARK. Pop:ir'.?i| thin i!fr Tij?'mI:.t. Jure "')
Mill. Ht *? In n III . :ii illl. ri'Kiti<MM-e. 11.7
1?th ??r#."t Mirtbwewt. .JOHN A.. lteloro>1 ni-d
onlr ftillil .if Mur.r M unit IVniittntitl i |?r?
l iinoral M-rvtoo* .mi Kriiiaj. .I.iu. m ft..
Nlni.frontli S:n>o lt?p;j?i i imrth RcuHt*.
ami frioii<)? in', iifil i.. .itira-l Inte-ineiit 1
Arlinftn. ?
r?0\LK. On tVeilnenlsr .lin>o 21. 1WI1. ??
p.m.. Pwviilenif IT < >ppi t it I ltp!l{
TR\M M. TiOVI.K. i" Knlsltt Ti-mi'liir ^nl
iiioiiiIm r ttf i Shrlno-?.
Intennont at Vinv-ohura. Ii,t. ?
KAHLKRT. <"?n Thnr?il?r. .tnrir 22. 1011 at
."i:4.*i a.m., at |turonti>' MHiiiJenoo. *? 11? i.
street wmthon-t. KINNKIH AflAMS ri -f
j Henry A nn<i Marie B. Ivalilert. ?r?*.
nmni lis.
i Interment tprivatel .lijno 24 at 1 j> m. 2 ?
MiK. On Monday. .Tune io. Ifilt. M \ RY II.
LKI' l?Tove.| w if.- of Hie lalf loyeph
!<eo. in t!ie ttfty eltiiln rn?i ?f hei
I'uneral I'rid.i >. 2 pin. frmii J. William l.e? a
undTtakli st estalilibhiri-.il. 22*
Mei;t\ VNN On Tiir.^dar. June 2? 1P11. at :m
i-fsldeii.-r. 1*22 2-*?tJi ?ireet. the l.^ln.t-d i?-j
Itaiitl of Nora K. Mt-ii rnn.
Funeral S.itur.la;.. June 24. hi 2:.? nVioei, f..vn
the Nineteenth St'eei F?pti^t i ||i||<b Iteta
tives nml friends inviti-ij. 2:;*
OSPORNK Siid.ienlr. on fl>ilnpti|jr. Jiip?. 21.
1911. at P?:l"i a.m.. J. ItF.NNF.TT. 1-lmeH
hiistiaii'l of Snriili \ Oah<iri?e me. \\ <?h|
Funeral fnmi his late re?li!eti.-r. 124". \ .-.lirei
so.|thi.rsi Ana.-.istla. I'riiln.T. Jijim* hi 'i
a.in.; tlieaee in St. Teresa's i liureli. where
iil?f? ttf requiem will h?' salil for the rt|^?->.
of ^is soul. FrU-uds ami rrlaiiv- imil' l i.?
. atlt-nil. ?
j SCHl LI KIS. SiM'louly. on Tne^dn' Jm.e 2''.
1**11. at V-Kl p.m.. in Haltinn?r.-. Mil., "f
iiemiirrljag.- and ht art disease \NV \ \l
Si'HFt.TKIS. lieiove.i slater of iforiiiat) J
?iml Afliert. S?-hulteis.
run.>ral fr.mi 21.'. Park avenue. PaKim"1? .in
i lYIday. June 2,".. a' S:.il? a in. Mi^'iiem hl^h
mass at ibe tathe.Iral at U o'eloek. In'.r
nieut iprlvHiei ai St. \|a'vs i-.-m.tery,
Washington. |?. *
TISD1T.. Kn Wednesday. Jtiui- 21 l!*tl at
it.-rto a.ill . at his rt-slden-v, 2>iF: It ire-t
tiorthw-eat. after an illiiea^ of >eii-rat iiiontk
i ol. WIl.I.AItn PAUKFR IlKfiFI.
Funeral from lil? Ial<- r? ritl'n< r. 2l'1l 15 ?ir ?et.
on Friday. June 2.:. a' p.m. Iittetin*ut
pri*-ate. riiaso oinil flowers. ?
WASHINOT??N In-partial ihib 11f*- WHt).^ir.
June 21. 1:il!. at lier iat"h>'> r?s;den'-. No
I.V24 "ith str?"-f iK.rtbr.isi. PKUTIIA. danph
t*T of Mary Wasl.insrt <n mi?I ?,stei ..f \pni
Tihhs. Philip lit.ward aim Hi-rinau tybiuz
ton.
Funeral Saturday. Jun* 21. .it 2 o'elot-W p rn .
fnmi re?id?ii. ?. ?
In Memoriam.
RAPHITT In lovins rem'-ntbraiiee of MARV
IIAKP.ITT. wb*? departed ihl. lif'- en.
year a^o t-idar. June 22, ;
? Hi ll HFSBAMi WI? i Hir.PRF.N
I'ARTF.K In logins: remem^rati'-e of tj" >leir
fri.nd, JolIN II rARTF.lt. fit., di-d on
yfar ?g" today. Jnno 22. P'l"
? ione lii tlie b#st of ltjs day?.
Rlic'it.-d in iiian!iotwi'n I.loom.
Torn fr?m the hearts that l.n..| turn
Til sleep III tile silent lollllt.
? rv his rnii-vn.
GRlh.?lNi;Fi: In ?-id I?iii i.-'ini "^membrane*
of my dear liusiiaid. IAMKS i ilt I .-SI\i. FB.
r v.i ?!ejiart"t1 iliis life |wo years ac toda".
June 22. Pm'.'
I mourn th. to?.s of one I did my I. *t t" -are
Belined on ejrth. treasured still, mi endured 11,
Ills grave. KY HIS UTFR
KKARNF^ . in -ail t.iii lovinc retneml.ranee "f
our dear mother. ('ATI! Kit IN h KK.IRNKl
wiio di. >1 s- vint >? ii \"ar> .-tgn I'tdai. Jun ?
22. isft.
<1 ilie, |it|( not forgotten.
? BY HER <TflU?HF.N.
LFMP la lovinj; tint s.i.l rememhranee of oii
ilirlliu' laiy, liKHIPilF .1 hF.MI'. who wa<
sa siltiileDly taken ftoin us el^lit years hCo
today. June 22. 1 !*).'{.
I.oveil in life, in death retnemhered
? BY HIS PAHHN1S
SCOTT. In sad l>iit lovins reiueniltratiee M our
dear mother. LITY Sl'OTt. who depariej
this life June 22. 1002, niue year* azo mdat
BY I IKK rillMlRKN. JOHN F. A M? E|lMFNI?
? \V. SCOTT ANI< MRS CI1AINKY S. BECKS.
FUNERAL DIRECTOKS.
"FRANK OEEER'S SONS,
1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W
Modern rba[?el. 1 eicpnoue call North 529.
R. M. PERRY,
FFNF.RAh DIRECTOR AN1? KMKAI.MEK
30 H .ST N K. TELEPHONE LINC?N. loot.
Joseph CawCer's Sons,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Kstabllsbeii 1&50
1730-32 l'eua*rlvnn:a are. o w,
Cbapi'l. Teieplinne Main 10S4.
WA'i. H. SARD0 & CO.,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND E.MRALMKRS.
40S II kt. n.e. Modern ? hajiel. Phone [.lc.-oln *2l
t J. WILLIAM LKE, Fuuerul D.rector
' and Einbalmer. Livery In tonnecUon. Coiumo
' dloua cba)>el and modem iTetn ? tnrlu. i. Viod at
: prices. ;t!2 Pa. ave. n.w. Ti ienhoDe rail 13s.*i.
| ~RTF.~fiARV E?tS S0NS7
I FI NEItAL IIIRHa."TORS AND, CMHALMEKS.
| 1325 14TI1 ST. N.W. Telephone North 2M.
James T. C!ie!^^!e!^;ts, Sons,
1241 WISCONSIN AVE.
Phone West 1'uueral Parlor.
Joseph F. Birch's Soims,
snu M K W p*';?r f<,r Funerals.
.%?34 1 1 - 1N ? v * ? Phone West W.
George P. Zurhorst,
FL'NERAL PARLORS, 301 EAST CAPITOL S*.
Telephone Lincoln 372.
W. R. Puimphrey & Son,
Funeral Directors and Kmhaiiaerm.
1523 14th st. n.w.
Phone North 2t?.V>.
W. R. SPEARE,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMED
940 F Street N.W.
WASHINGTON. D C. ? ^
Phones Main
Frank A. Speare. Mgr.
FUNERAL DESIGNST
l uueral Designs. Funeral Desist
GEO. C. SHAFFER,
Beaatifui floral designs very reasonable lu urlaa.
Phone 3416 Mala. 14Ui and I ?u.

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