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r A Julius Garfinkle & Co. t $ & V y T * V V V '?* V WASHINGTON. E wish to call your attention to our es pecially well selected furs. - Not a miscellaneous lot of goods l>ought for a sale. But in every instance the skins were especially selected and made to our order. Extra Fine Russian Pony Coats; 52 inches long. Value. C) CC OO $85.00. Sale price . Vy W Fine French Seal Coats. 52 inches long. Value, Sito.oo. Sale price Extra Fine Hudson Seal Coats. 52 inches long. Value, $165.00. Sale price Many choice sets of Furs in fox. lynx, beaver, raccoon, mink, natural fisher, etc. $75.00 $118.00 'x I. 1 ?-? X i ' 'i x < - ?I .r i Q % <? 1 X w r *.* F Street, Corner 13th. V <*1 4 New York. Paris. Julius Garfinkle & Co. WASHINGTON i'j A Y ? \ y 1 % z 1-. v ,s. * ? I V i'k X Y t ? ? V ft f* ? ? ? i <?: ? X * ?? t ?*> * OMORROW in our Children's, Girls' and M isses' Department we will have on sale a number of odd garments, only one of a kind, such as Suits, Dresses, Hats. etc. Prices have been marked In ?very instance at much less than cost. Children's. Girls' an<l Misses' Velour. Felt. Velvet and Cloth Hats?a variety of styles? Were. $2.00, $3.00. $4.00. $r?.00, $7.50. $10.00. $15.00 Now.. 75c,$1.50. $2.00. $2.50, $3.75, $4.75. $5.00 Children's. Girls' and Misses" Winter-weight Coats, in iSoth. velvet and corduroy? I Were. $"..00. $7.50. $10.00. $15.00. $20.00. $25.00. $35.00. $45.00 Now.. $3.50. $5.00, $6.50, $10.00. $12.50, $15.00. $25-00. $S5.00 Girls' and Misses* Dresses, in pique, poplin, gingham, ba tiste. velvet, corduroy and cloth?sizes 2 to 16 years? Were $1.50. $2.95, $3.75. $5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $15.00, $25.00, $38.50 Now. $1.00, $2.00, $2.50, $3.50, $5.00, $&50, $10.50, $15.00, $25.00 Girls' and Misses' Suits?a variety of styles and materials; sizes lo to 18 years? Were. $20.00. $25.00. $37.50, $42.50 Now.. $15.00, $16.50, $25.00, $27.50 F Street, Corner 13th. ? A i *v t t Y *~T< & ?r X f T i V I I ?f '~f T T I Y | ? X ? V t ?3? ? V i OU RUN NO RISKS? OU MAKE NO MISTAKES? OU KNOW YOU'RE RIGHT When You Select the For Your Home. True, it costs a little more in the beginning, but its original cost is lost sight of in the 'long lifetime of satisfaction it brings you. KNABES are shown here in all their complete ness of styles and are priced at factory retail prices, with attractive terms of payment thrown in. D. G. PFEIFFKR, Vice Prea.-M*r. 1212 G St. Our Fine Pastries are served in our Luncheon Department. r@?w?=Bak?dl Fn@sP Cak?? amid Pa?tori?? ,&ir@ Always enaj?yaM@o That's because only first cjuality ingredients are used, and the making and baking are done by bakers who know how to produce good things to eat. Everything baked fresh the day your order is filled. . EEEV 1209 f j When down town ?bopping stop and get a box of Reeves' C. M. Caramels. I $1 WATCH CLEANING. Mainspring, SI. Work niriitNtf 1 yesr. A. KAHN. os? r N.w. WATCH REPAIRING A STECIALT*. YOUNG'S WAGONS. AltraotlTC in <l<nl*ti. construction. Prl<-c?l low. in Substantia TP Vft?in<rc>rrU?c 464 406H" *T n-w ? C? I OUI'JiBepoiltorx, i'koiw M. 27. liiiiiniiiiiiiniimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiininiiiiiiiiiinminiHiiiiiimiiiHUiiiimT Now for the Final Week's | i; _ ?? IRemoval Sale Reductions on! H ?? | All Remaining Furs! H Ncccssity compels us to make still deeper sacrifices in g order to dispose of our remaining stock of Furs and Fur H Garments at once. We shall move to our new establishment H next week, and we are determined not to carry any stock S with us. That means everything MUST be closed out im n mediately, and to make clearance complete and absolute we :: have gone through our entire stock and marked prices at ?? ?? ONE-HALF and LESS! H Washington fur buyers have never been offered such ex ?: traordinary money-saving opportunities. Just think of choos :: ing a Fur Piece, a Fur Set or Fur Coat of the well known B Saks standard of quality at a price that represents but a ?| fraction of its real value. f: The chance to enjoy such remarkable bargains will be 5 short lived. Make the most of it while you may?come to ll morrow and make your selection while assortments are still f: fairly complete. ?? ?? ? ? ?? ? ? ?? ?? 50 Xatural-color Automobile Robes. Sold gi at regularly at $30.00. To be closed out tomorrow ^ ^ AKS FUR CO O 9 Manufacturing Furriers. Phone M. 1647. I Con H 3th and G #? :: 66ttv5 _ TO).419 9 ?? ?? Diammomid Brand Butter, 35c lb J :| ELGIN \\ Creanie E RE supplying hun dreds of homes with jf All Leading B this pure, whole- a Fresh i> .j,. H some butter. You'll g nrKv jral " 2 find it uniformly satisfactory. 1 Creamerv || i5?F*5-lb. boxes ''FOUR- 5 Country :: LEAF CLOVER" Creamerv 8 Butter. ? Butter> per " ? Kggs. box 11 ?JAMES F. 9th and ^9 Pa. Ave. H Phone M^iu 1820. Stands in Principal Markets. ?; Tecla's Gems TECLA RUBIES are composed of the same con stituent parts as real rubies and are, practically as genuine as the ea'rth-born stones. Teela has not succeeded In producing diamonds, therefore only genuine diamonds are used in setting his jewels. Awarded ihc Gold Modal at tbc Brussels Exposition, 1010. TECLA ? Sole Washington Agent* BERRY & WHITMORE CO. F Street and 11th N. W. NEW YORK PARIS 598 Fifth Avenue 10 Rue de la Pais LONDON NICE , 701d Bond Street 16 Ave. Mauenft \V | Convert your old, | ?f useless Jewelry and | T ? Silver into cash. | We gold and silver for manufacturing and will ^ pay you the best prices. If you wish to get the best pricc tor your diamonds bring them to us. | A. KAHN, Jeweler, | | 935 F St.. I m ~ II Keep Coke In Mind ?when to<i need fnel for cooking. I? la economical and yields excellent 1* anltn. Wo aopply coke at theae price* 25 Husbela Large Coke, delivered f2.50 40 Btukcla Large Coke, delivered ?3.70 60 Buabela Large Coke, delivered 15.30 95 Busliels Cruahed Coke, delivered. .13.00 40 Bnabela Cruahed Coke, delivered. .$4.50 00 Boabel* CrcaheJ Coke, delivered. .98.SO Washington Gas Light Ca. 413 TENTH STREET N.W. I 4 4> Fine Lamps ? J ?Artistic Lamps for every purpose?Gas, Oil and Elec tric Lamps with handsome shades to match. As use ful as they are ornamental. aF. iltl k Co., i! | 55ES* 418 7th St. i|J "Reputation Built on Quality." jlf 35 ?5 ft Many a case of sickness ^ can be warded off by the ^ timely use of a good stimu lant. hi 8 * i m Whisky H Is an excellent stimulant. It |[ ^ will prove a help in keeping M j| your system toned up. | D. J. O'CONNELL, ? || 636 Pa. Ave. Phone M. 761. * 8 ? 'j1 ??' ?& ?? 3" # '> REDUCED PRICES I Gas and Electric Stands t Complete. J! Big Bargains for | January Clearance ? Sales. % <2? C. A. MUDDIMAN & Co. | 616 i2th. ,204 g. Olives. Ooz. Se lect Queen quarts $ .7.1 ?8.00 Select Queen pints .50 V) Select Queen y, pints .25 2.75 French Orescent pints .50 5.50 French Crescent... 'j pints .25 2.75 Premier Pitted (Cock tails) .....pints .45 4.30 Premier Pitted (Cock-. tails) % pints .25 2.75 Stuffed Pimentos 10 1.10 Stuffed Pimentos 15 1.65 Stuffed Pimentos 25 2.75 <s> JOHN H. MAGRUDER, Fine Groceries, Wines and Cigars. Conn. Ave. & K St., Wholesale and Retail. ? ?in tbe condition of your skin after a few ?!uy?' nse of Dennatim-. Keeps tbe skin exquisilcly soft. clear iinO smooth, Indispensa ble to women who want gixxl com plexions. You'll M?te sum improwm?iM Dermatine Toilet Lotion, 25c bottle. s,Thompson Pharmacy i J Frank C.Henry, Prop., 70315th Burchell's "Bouquet" Coffee, 30c lb. For over 25 years a delight to all the household. N. W. Burchell, 1325 F. ?ECKERs tONOON Requisites for Travelers ?Besides a complete col lection of baggage this stock offers all those spe cial requisites that make for the comfort and con venience of. travelers. Becker's English Writing Cases, in red, green, blue or purple morocco: also pigskin, completely fitted; priced from 12.25 upward, according to size and fittings. Becker's Traveling Clocks, in crushed morocco leather cases; finest 15-jewel movement, abso lutely guaranteed; $10.50 and up. Becker's Flasks in endless variety of sizes and shapes. Some in removable leather cases; SI and up. Becker's Leather Goods Co., 1324-1326 F St. N.W. See the mysterious "ever-flowiitg" bottle In our window. ?Next time ?you entertain ?be sure and ?serve To-Kalon Regimental Punch ?A delicious beverage?the per fect b'end of choice Rod or White To-Kalon Wines. Ready to serve when diluted with car bonated water. 65c quart; $2.50 gallon. Unbroken packages returnable. To-Kalon Wine Co., 11405 F St. N.W.rs, ESTABLISHED 1842. v "It Pays to Buy the Best." | CHAS. M. STIEFF, I ??> Direct Branch Wardrooms of Factory, <C ? 1008-1010 F St. N.W. 4, SECOND - HAND 1'IANOS AX AI-T >, PHICES. including some of our own make, tZ} and slightly used Player-Pianos at low jf figures. Tuning by Factory ExperU X J. C. CONXIKF. Manager. v1 UJ V ?3 (.O r. W w??O U' U* UW..I t. r'irw/j-; k**v v*i v*> rr< *"? v*? \?/ '? CHAS. R. EDMOXSTON. Guernsey | Earthen Ware. * & -?r ijk All white lining. You 000k and * servo in the same dish. All the nu- ^ triincnt of the food is retained. t?e % Covered Casseroles. 25c to $2. * 3C Pudding or Moat Dishes, 10c to 40c. Rarebit or Sheared Kg? Dishes, oval or 3? 3C round, 25e to oOc. 1 j: Clay Casseroles with handles, 45c to 50c. ft Chas. R. Edmonston, nr China, Glass and HouisofurnishlngB, -Yf | 1205 Pa. Ave. N.W. g "VCWtCOfTW f :o: All Ogram - made CANDIES Are Absolutely PURE. g ? HE ingredients are personally se U lected?taking another's word might involve taking chances also. We claim highest qual ity for our confections, and know th.it the goods themselves substantiate the claiui. Caramels, 30c lb. Chocolates, 40c !b. Taffies, 20c lb. 1 Ogram's, 13th fc Penna. Ave. I Robt. Cohen & Son's | I 2?l 1 BUY NOW. 1 SAVE MONEY | ON SHOES. I Women's $3.50 and $4.00 ir'.~ $2.95 | Men's $3.50 ^ = ! Shoes cut to.. Women's $4.00 and $5.00 Boots cut /JO ^ p to QpQj>0<U><3> Women's Boots (broken ? sizes) of $3.50 j qualities. Cut ^ H Come Early for Choice. I Robt. Cohen & Son, | 1115 G St. N.W. jf Ladies 1 You Can SAVE SSS? on every suit ordered during our ANNUAL CLEARING SALE. *15, $50 and *5 5 Suits, made to mea.? ure; every detail ffl? E" fully guaranteed. Special *** Hand-tailored READY-TO WEAR Suits, values rp to $56. Special PAUL LEIBEL, Ladies' Tailor, 1210 G St. 4 r The supervisors of Stafford county, Va., have shortened the hunting season, chang ing the time for shooting wild turkeys from the state limitation of January 31 to January 2. IN DIE WORLD OF SOCIEIY SECRETARY AND MRS. KNOX HAVE ORCHID DINNER. Items Concerning Other Well Known People?Personal Notes. The President and Mrs. Taft were guests at dinner last night of the Sec retary of State and Mrs. Knox. British Ambassador and Mrs. Bryce, tne Ger man ambassador and Countess 'von Bernstorff, the Italian ambassador and Marchioness Cusani, the Russian am bassador and Mme. Bakhmeteff, Mr. Justice McKenna and Mrs. McKenna, Senator and Mrs. Warren, Senator and Mrs. Bailey. Mrs. Garrison McClintock. Mr. Horace Taft and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh S. Knox also sat around the orchid-decorated table. The new minister of Nicaragua and Mme. Castrillo entertained at a dinner last night at Rauscher's in honor of the American minister to Nicaragua, Mr. Weitxel. The table was decorated with a large centerpiece of American beauty roses, and there were corsage bouquets of the same flowers for the women. The guests were the assistant secre tary of state and Mrs. Huntington Wil son, the minister of Costa Rica and Mme. Calvo, the minister of Salvador, Senor Mejia; the minister of Norway and Mme. Bryn, the minister of Cuba and Mme. Rivero, Miss Rivero, the min ister of Honduras, Dr. Davila; the charge d'affaires of Panama and Mme. Brin, Miss Calderon, Mr. and Mrs. Reu ben Clark. Mr. and Mrs. McNeir, Dr. and Mrs. Reed Hunt, the assastant di rector of the Pan-American Union, and Mme. Yanes, Miss Salter, Miss Cas trillo. Miss Scott, the minister resident Mr. Thomas C. Dawson; Mr. Ira E. Bennett, Mr. Walter Penfield, Mr. Doyle, Mr. James. Mr. Gottchalk, Mr. Mendes, Dr. Castrillo. Mr. A. R. Thomp son and the secretary of legation, Mr. Cuadra. Mr. and <Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, jr., and their three-month-old daughter will come from California this month to visit Col. and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, at Oyster Bay, L. I. Mr. and Mrs. William Randolph Hearst will arrive Monday on th^ir way from San Francisco, where they have been making their annual visit to Mr. Hearst's mother, Mrs. Phoebe Hearst. They will slop at the New Willard during their stay here. The Misses Anderson, daughter of Medical Director and Mrs. Frank Ander son, entertained a company of young peo ple at a tea yesterday afternoon from 5 to 7 o'clock to meet llieir cousin, Mrs. Sidney Morgan Henry of New York, their house guest. Mrs. Edward Burr, wife ol Col. Burr, and .\l>-s. P. J. D. Fuller pre sided at the tea table and others who assisted were Mrs. E. H. Woodward, Miss Emily Beattv, Miss Edinonia Adams and Miss Elizabeth Munford. Gol. and Mrs. <Jarrard. Maj. and Mrs. Summerall and Capt. and Mrs. Barn'iiart received last night for the hop commit tee, which consists of Maj. John H. Al len, Maj. Summerall, Capt. Barnhardt. Capt. Lindsey and Mrs. Johnson, at the hop at Fort Myer. A number of dinners preceded and suppers followed the dance Miss Helen Taft and Mits Harriet An derson attended the dinner and dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Henry White last night. Lieut. John W. Timmons. naval aid to the President, and Mrs. Timmons en tertained at dinner last night. Miss Crenshaw entertained a five hundred party last night at her home on HJth street in honor of Mrs. Thomas McNeir of New York and Miss Crist of Boston. The rooms were beautifully dec orated with red roses and flowering plants. Miss Crenshaw wore a gown of b'ue satin and lace. Mrs. Augustus P. Crenshaw, mother of the young hostess, received the guests in an elegant gown of ciel blue satin with a tunic of crystals. Miss Elizabeth Parker Crenshaw, the de butante sister of the hostess, wore yellow crepe meteor. The guests were Mrs. W. W. Isitchen, Mrs. King. Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Allen, Miss Libbey, Miss May Lib bey, Miss Ethel Hickey, Miss Myers. Mr. Crist, Dr. Allen. Mr. Cox, Mr. Hickey, Mr. Evans, air. Welsh, Mr. Curry. Dr. Crenshaw, Mr. Rankin. Mr. Freeman, Dr. King. Mr. King and Mr. Augsutus P. Crenshaw. Mrs. Charles El wood Foster will be at home informally the Mondays in Jan uary at the Portland. Representative and Mrs Edwin S. Un derbill have returned, after spending the holidays at their home in Bath. N. Y., and are at the Cairo. Mrs. Andrews of 1847 Columbia road will not receive Saturdays during the sea son. Mrs. William Pearson will be at home the first and third Saturdays in January. Mr. and Mrs. William Jones have sent out cards for Friday evening, January 12, from 9 until 11 o'clock, at 17<?> y street, when they will introduce their daughter, Miss Anne Seymour Jones. Mrs. Jones and Miss Jones will be at home the third, fourth and fifth Tues days in January. Mrs. James Lee Marshall is giving a luncheon on the 15th, to be followed by an informal dance from 5 to 7. Mrs. G. C. Reed and Miss Nina Stock ton have gone south to spend the next two months. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schaney enter tained a host of their friends last Wednesday evening at their home, l.'CJO Wallace place, in honor of their fifteenth anniversary. Music, dancing and refresh ments filled the-evening. They were the recipients of many beautiful presents. Mr. and Mrs. de B. Randolph Keim and Miss Keim will receive the first and fourth Fridays, at 1618 T street. Mrs. Alexander K. Anderson will be at home informally the Saturdays in Janu ary. Wednesday evening last Miss Lillian L. Carll entertained a number of young people of the Centennial Baptist Church. Games were played?one of the most In teresting being the initiation of the young men in the Woman's Suffrage Club?in which Mrs. Mason, teacher of the class, was doorkeeper. Among those present were: the Misses Cecilia Got'hold, Ethel Coffin. Mabel Mason, Nellie Courtney, E. Rose Riedl, Lottie Jordon, Jennie May Potter. Viola Kilby. Katie Slattery, E. Marie Power, Magpie Moran, Ethel Hig gins and the Messrs. Charles Cooke. Charles U. Fasnacht. Bernard Daniels. Francis Rossiter. John A. Higgins Harry O'Meara. Walter Brady. William H. Bony, Walter Ilalllck and Mrs. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Alvah T. Kase entertained at a five hundred party Tuesday evening, January 2, In their apartment, the Bir mingham. The prize for the best score was awarded to Mrs. T. J. Guthrie. Among those present were: Col. and Mrs. T. J. Guthrie, Miss Parker of Kentucky, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Wilhite. Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Blaekistone. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. K. Hereford, Miss Boettner. Mi s. Buriress. Mrs. Hollaman, Mrs. Laird of Georgia and Messrs. Benson, Richardson. Lyons and Carter. The members of Constitution Chapter, D. A. R., with the following office s?re gent, Mrs. Charles P. Grandfield; vice re gent, Mrs. Henry N. Couden: correspond ing secretary, Mrs. E. Richard Gasch; recording secretary. Mrs. Clayton E. Emlg; treasurer. Miss Belle N. Tanne-: registrar, Mrs Joseph A. Enslow; his torian, Mrs. Antoinette Cattna, and chap lain. Miss Elizabeth Pierce?will be at home to their friends and the Daughter of the District in their annual celebra tion of St. Distaff's day at the Portner parlors, Saturday, January H, from 4 to ?. Assisting to receive will be Mrs. Mann vice president general; Mrs. Braumbaugh registrar general; Mrs. Hodgkins. record ing secretary general, and other national oraoers. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brooks entertained a number of their friends at bridge New Kill man. Misses Fay G. Smithers. Helen M SafTell. Ish belle Edwards, Emma Dingier. Marie L. and Lydia M. Payette and Messrs. Walter Ryan." Alvin B. Kle secker, George and Jack Payette, William and Ralph SafToll and Master "Buster" Root, who sang during the evening. Friends of Miss Teresa Costello gath ered at her home Sunday night to form a watch party. The evening was pleasantly spent in music, songs and Raines. Among those present were Mrs. Costello, Misses Teresa Costello, Daisy Tuohy, Cecilia O'Dca, Mae Breen, Teresa O'Leary, Kathryn Tuohy, Messrs. Dan Breen. Thomas Breen. William O'Dea, P. A. O'Dea, John Gleason. John Madigan, Thomas Tuohy. John Tuohy and Joseph Kerchner. "The Midnight Crew." consisting of Messrs. J. Mcl^arney, F. H. Gehrmann, A. E. Dennison, S. Greenburg, II. J. Connell, R. A. Rock, J. Kilroy and T. A. McLarnev, entertained a number of tl eir fgends New Year eve at the residence of Mr. J< hn M'*Larney, 1019 1st street northwest. The house was elaborately decorated and a pleasing musical program was rendered, which was followed later by supper. Mrs. William Leonard Thurber and Mrs. Frank Armstrong of Washington, D. C., assisted Rev. and Mrs. McCombs of Fort Pierce, Fla_, in a reception "New Year day, which was attended by several hundred people. These ladies are spend ing the winter in this charming little southern city, and are delighted with the mild weather and other southern Floi id a attractions. The reception at the Leckie residence, 133f? Harvard street northwest, Wednes day evening, was attended with much success, Mrs. Taliaferro of Wyoming 'be ing the guest of honor. The house was l>eautlfully decorated, and a stringed or chestra played throughout the evening. Mrs. Schliesmayer of California and Mrs. MacLeod from this city ass!sted n the dining room. Later in the evening t Miss Elizabeth Leckie sans several beau tiful selection*. Mrs. Francis Bradford Wheaton and Mrs. William L. Wheaton will be at home the Saturdays in January at U324 19tli street. The Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, at Gtporge Washington University, held its I annual Xew Year dance Tuesday, Jan uary 2, at Dyer's Hall. The dance was well attended and extended from 9 to II!. when the entire party adjourned to the Chapter House, 1700 1.">th street, where an informal reception and musical was held, followed by a buffet supper. The dance was under the direction of Messrs. Par ker and Norris of the local chapter. The house was tastefully decorated for the occasion with Christmas greens. New Year bells, college banners and purple, white and sold streamers, representing the colors of Delta Tau Delta. Including guests, active members and alumni, there were about eighty present. Among the guests were representatives from ten col leges where Delta Tau is represented? Dartmouth, Cornell, Virginia. Washing ton, Minnesota. Massachusetts Tech, Western Reserve. Brown. Pennsylvania and Washington and Jefferson. Mrs. Edward P. Parker. Mrs. Herman Hollerith and Mrs. W. P. Borland were the chaperons. Among those present were Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Duenner. Representative and Mrs. William P. Bor land. the Misses Curtiss, Miss Mary Ma con. Miss Ayers, Miss Corrinne Hunter. Miss Dorothea Baxter, Miss Geneive Kin near, Miss Roberta Amies. Miss Mildred SafTold, Miss Maude Parker, Miss Emma Schafer, Miss Barbara Collins, Miss Jo sie Gorman, Miss Florlne Walker and Misses Hollerith, Luckett, Beall, Per kins, Carson, Peters, McCoy. Newman, Burns. Morgan, MacCarty. Emery, Nix on, Lynn, Callanan, Price, Snyder, Am brose, Derkin, Deiter, Davidson, and Messrs. Diener, Warner, Parker. Butman. Jenkins, Dailey. Stone, Taylor. Norris, Mc*Joy, Byrne, Mathews. Borland, Noo nan, Cannon, Hersey, French, Parker, Currier, Couch, Depnan, Robeson, Thompson. Owens, Daniels. Bullock. Hul sizer, Chamberlin. Chase, Gish, Block. Borden, Calder. Corbett, Papson, Guy, King and Randolph. Miss Rathbone-Sm'th will be at home informally Saturdays during the season at. 1513 L* street. Mrs. CowieT wife of the paymaster gen eral of the navy, will be at home tomor row afternoon at the Highlands. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Lewis. 1307 L street, have as their guest Mrs. Jouett Henry of Hopkinsville, Ky. Mrs. Thomas Bradley will be at home Tuesdays, January 10 and 23. Mrs. W. Schlosberg entertained at a whist parly vesterday. Her guests were Mrs. M. Kaufman. Mrs. B. Hechlnger. Mrs. J. Ste n. Mrs. J. Lesser. Mrs. At (Continued on Tenth Page-; MUNYQN'S PAW-PAW PILLS. r<m, t%. package a<ktf?M DIED. BALDWIN. OB Wednesday, Jinuur; 3. IMS. at $?:?< a.m.. at Mount Rainier, Md El> OAR, bMluiid of Mnir K Baldwin, aged seventy-two ;o?n. Funeral from tola late residence. Baker atrect ai I Cedar Use. Saturday. January H. at o'clock a.a. Friends and relative* In vlted. 5* BAPER. On Wedoeaday, January 3. 101'J. ?? b?r realdeuce, Capitol Heights, Md.. EMM l C.. b*lo??J wife of William J. Bauer. , Funeral from her late residence on Saturday. January 6. at 10 a.ui. Kelailm and frlmu Invited to atteod. Interment at Addison Chapel. CHANWY. <?n Tburaday, Jauuary 4, ll?12. Ml 12 o'clock midnight. at th ?i* *?rc-? Wa?h.nglo>, | Iniveralty II.>apltal. L?KU-A K. CHANK\. beloved daughter of Andrew W. auJ K >-1 K- CkOf of 121 12th street M?nth< am. Funeral servl.-e* will i>* ?t Trinity M. U Church Sunday, Jauuary T, at 2::m p.m. Interment private. H* CLARKE. On January i. it?l2. at .'5:10 p.m. nt her residence. i:i53 Corcoran strret. ROM. I*, widow of the late Willlnm V. Clark*' Funeral private. tf iCOUSOS. On January 4. 11>I2. niLUANI. l..~ loved hnshand of Mary lir?>tb'*r of Ollmer Oalaon; ulster of Otmie (VIIIdn. Funeral frrroi his lirgtkrr'F rcrtdi'Bo. 1<17 L, atheet northwest. Saturdat. at 2 p in. DENT. Entered Into rest Friday morning. Janu ary R, 1H12, at 7:80 o'clock, at her reeidenci-. No. 431) l'ranklln street uortbttent. atiei i long and painful iliuc.s. ANNlK F... lite le loved wife of John F. Drill, mother of Ko'i; ?3. Alkltis and ul.?<-o of the late Gertrude Carter. Rest. spirit, rest. Notice of the funeral hereafter. ? DONOH. On Thtiradaj. January -I, I?12. at me realdencc of her aou-ln law, Mr. George K^i' 715 C atrcet northeast, after a long ..luc-v OATHERLNE, wife of the late hibtnl Donch, aged elgbtyltlve years. Fuaeral Saturday at 2 P.m.. Interment at Addi ?on Chapel. Relatives mid friends ar.* 'u riled to attend. FORSYTH. Entered eternal life anddcnl). ?u Wednesdaj, Jaqnara 3, .n 12. at M p.m.. a. his residence, 142< North Carolina avenue nor Lb ea at CHARLES* EDWARD. devote hu? hand of Mabel H. Forsyte. rtineral service Saturday. J* ft nary ?. at in am., at hi* residence. Friends invited. Interment private. (Baltimore and Ktugattfn. N, papers please copy.t , GARNER. Departed this life -addculy. <>u Ihuraday, January 4, 1?I2. nt l<> |>.ui at her residence. 1.TI4 3th street nortkweyi. LAURA, devoted wife of Gwnte Garner. at?i omy sister of Louisa tinnier. Funeral services to be held at St. Augu*tine ? Church at pi a.m. Monday. January S. t>* GRAFT. On January 5, 11*12. ai :i:4? a m., at his residence. 4<m 8*4 street nortbwot. I tte age of seventy four years, ClfAKLh GRAFF. Funerel nervier* Moil.lav, J:muarv S, at 2 |<.m at Trinity Iatthcran Church, 4th and fc, striata t>orthwe?t. Itilennent Pnw|?*ct II 11 cemetery. ;? GUI.roiLK. On Timrwlay, January 4, at ?he residence of her nephew. Kdwfn William KOI1. to;: 1 Park road. Mr*. MAK\ A ?il II, FOYLK. widow of tiic lute Tli oiuas J. 4*ii11 foyle, iu the eeventletli year or li. i ,iu.-, lmieral services at the Iioiinc I'riday oveimii:. January 5, at K o'clock. i'rieiiflM invlti*d. in terment In llarford count). Md . on Satunia KKIII,. Suddenly, on Jauuary 4. 1PI2. J?MI\. fu of Catherine and the ,:it, loin, v t\.| Fnn>-ral Saturday, from Taltuvull's iind< ri.iklti^ CHtahllsbmeni. 44:i 7th .-?tre?-t souihwt?i. In terment private. NELSON. On Thursday. Januxrv I. |".U2. at o'clock, at 1*111 lltli str.-e| tlortliweM, I.I CINDA NKI^KIN inee Wj*. hi net out. l?-|oved daughter of Halter oml Ann ?1 Nflmm an I slater of Mary R. and Annie II., Cora, and C?eor(C<' II. Nelfton. She lea v<-- also tbre daughters. Ruth N., Annie l?. au-l Viola N'elawn. Fuwral will be held from Bethlehem Itaptiai Church, Anaeostla, I?. C.. Simdav. Jan lar.v 7. at 2 p.m. Relatives and frieu>k inv it'd.* NIL8KON. On Thursday, January 4. I?I2, al 1?:45 a.m.. at bis residence, ".4? Colutubia road, WALTER O., a<?n of I'^lvvanl C. and Molly B. Nllaaon. In hia twenty-third year. Funeral Saturday, January 0. at 2 p.m. lt;ler tnent private. * O'CONNOR. On Wednesday. Januat^ U. ltf 12, at <; o'clock a.m.. at h<T realdenee, i^;x Stttu . atreit northwest. MARGARET, widow of the late Putrlck O'Connor. Death* has robbed us of our mother, Of the one we loved so well; Taken from this world of sorrow Safely home with Je*us to dwell. She shall sleep, but xot forever. In the cold and silent grave. Blessed be the Lord that took her, Bleseed be the Lord that gave. Funeral from her late residence on Saturday, January 6, at 9:30 a.m., thence to Uoly Trinity Church, where solemn high n^quleui tnaas will be aiu)g for the repoae of her aoul at 9 o'clock. Interment at Uolynstd ceme tery. Relatlvea and friends invited to attend. RIDOWAY. On Wednesday. January 3. Ii?12. at 3:13 o'clock, at the home of his hlrrii. Sliver HIM. Prince Ueorpea county. Md.. HENRY R1DGWAY. ?'A precious one from us lias gone, T^ie voice from him Is Mi'led; A place la vacant In our home Which never can be flllt-u. Funeral on Saturday. January ?>. at p.m.. fn>tn St. Barnabas' Church. Silver Hill, Aid. SEABROOK. On January r, 1WI2. at .V3?? a.m.. at hl.s residence, lynx Euclid street north west. ERNEST PERONNEAU b'F.ABKOOK, eldeat son of th'1 lat?- R'-v. J. MeL Ss? brook. Funeral eerviee at reslden<-<- Saturday, 2::w? p.ui. IntermetU at Charlottesville, Va. tVitrlsi* and South Carolina paper* |>l-ase copy.i ? WARREN. On Friday January 1?12. at Sil. ley Hospital, EOWARIHN'A SI JIMS. ?ido? of Wm. J. Warren and dauzhtcr of the bttc Edward Slmms. Funeral from her sou's realdence, 1701 I' ?tr??'i northwest. January S, ami thene.- to St. Matthew's Church, with re?jutem uiaj-s. In tcrment at Ris-k Cr?>ek cemetery. No flower-. 7* In Memoriam. HANKY. Sacred to the memory of our dear father. JAMES W. HANKY, who departed this life one year ago today. January 3. 11*11. "Loved In life, in death rem'-nibcred." ? BY HIS CHILDREN. I'NDERWOOD. In sad hut loving remembrance of our dear father. STEPHEN I'NDER WOOD. who died Jannar> 3. ll*t?*>; also our mother. BETSY UNDERWOOD, and Mster. MARTHA I'NDERWOOD. "bo died Septem ber 21. lttll. Sleep on. beloveds; sleep and take thy rest We loved thee well, hut Jesus loved thee l-est. BY THEIR CHILDREN. SISTERS AND BROTHER. WII^SON. In ?'ad hut loving remeiiilaate-e of our dear sister. NANNIE BRADFORD WILSON, who departed this life six years w.-o today, January 3. HMm*,. She shall sleep, hut not forever: There will i*> it Klorious dawn We (ihall meet to part, no nev< i . On the resurrection morn. BY HER LOVING SISTERS. MARY AND CAU RIE. * FUNERAL DIRECTORS. J. WILLIAM LEE. Fun ral Director. r Embalmer. Livery in connection lami dlous chapel and modern crematorium. Modest price*. .132 Pa. ave. n.w. Teiaphone call 1->V' $75 FOR COMPLETE Fismerafi. W. W. DEAL & CO., 816 H STREET N.E. TELEPHONE LINCOLN 3464. Joseph F. Birch's Sons, 3034 M ST. N.W. W. R. Pumphrey & Son, Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 1423 14th st. n.w. Phone North 2US0. ESTABLISHED 185T. George P. Zurhorst, UNDERTAKING ESTABLISHMENT. 801 E. CAP ST. Telephone Liocolu .172. All that la appropriate tu design and blgbMt la Memorial character. Moderate pr.o *. Charles S. Ziirhorst, Mgr. FRANK OEHER'S SOUS, 1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W. Modern chapel. Telephone call North 321*. W. R. SPEaRS, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMU il.MKtt, 940 iF Street N.W. WASHINGTON. D. C Phones Main t^L Frank A. Speare. Mgr. WM. H. SARDO & CO,. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND KMBAI.MEUI 408 H at. B.e. Modern chapel. Phone Lincoln VI FUHEBAL DESIGNS. Dealgua. Kuucral Deaigoa. GEO. C. SHAFFER, Baautlful floral dealgns varj reasonable la prteo. ftKt 8416 Math. 14th and I ate, n.w. MOHUMEHTS. Falvey Granite Company* ARTISTIC MEMORIALS. F and Eleventh Sts. N.W. The Rugprecht Company, l^ to"i33 PcnnsylvaniaTfJe.