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Golden Wedding.
The President and Mrs. Taft, with Mrs.
McCafg and Maj. Butt, will attend the
theater tonight.
Miss Helen Taft will dine with a party
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hays
The annual charity ball of the Southern
Relief Society will be held at the W11
laxd Monday evening. February 5. The
President and Mrs. Taft have accepted
the society's invitation to be present. All
of the boxes have been taken and the
demand is much greater than the avail
able boxes. On request, it has been de
emed to repeat the minuet that was a
feature of the ball last year.
Mrs. Robert Love Taylor, wife of Sena
tor Taylor of Tennessee, will be the
chaperon, and - the flrst rehearsal will be
held tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock
at the residence of Senator and Mrs.
Duncan 1*. Fletcher. 1#55 Massachusetts
The Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs.
Mac-Veagh will give a large dinner Jan
uary 2t5.
The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs.
Meyer will entertain at a dinner, followed
by a dance, January 20. .
The Secretary of Agriculture has issued
invitations for a dinner In honor of the
President and Mrs. Taft. February 13, In
the presidential suite at the New Wlllard.
The return of Ambassador and Mrs.
Whitelaw Reid to New York today will
be the signal for the opening of a series
of nofeble entertainments for them, one
of which Is to be the musical planned
by Mr. and' Mrs. C. B. Alexander tomor
row night. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rob
inson will entertain at dinner January 23
for Mr. and Mrs. Reid, the night of the
dinner Miss Leary has arranged for Car
dinal Farley.
Secretary and Mrs. Nagel and former
Senator and Mrs? Aldrlch are among to
night's dinner hosts.
The Congressional Club lias cards out
for Friday afternoon, January 26, 4 to ti,
for a reception In honor of the following
debutantes in the congressional circle,
whose mothers are members of the club:
Miss Lucy Hoke Smith, Miss Anne Sey
mour Jones, Miss Ethel Lloyd, Miss Fran
ces Finley, Miss Helen Hardy and Miss
Janette Ayres.
A subscription leap year dance will be
given by a number of the'winter's debu
tantes at Rauscher's the evening of Jan
uary 28.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Henderson en
tertained at dinner last evening, when
their guests were the Austro-Hungarian
ambassador, the Brazilian ambassador,
the Belgian minister and Mme. Havenlth,
the minister from Uruguay and Mme. de
Pena, the counselor of the German em
bassy and Mme. Hanlel von Halmhausen,
the naval attache of the French embassy
and Viscountess Benolst d'Azy, Repre
sentative and Mrs. *McCall. Representa
tive and Mrs. Burleson, Representative
Wood, Miss Wood, Mr. and Mrs. William
Randolph Hearst, Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Belmont, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wads
worth. Mrs. Marshall Field, Mrs. Stan
ley Matthews, Col. John Temple Graves
of New York and Mr. John B. Hender
son, Jr.
Mr. John Hemphill entertained at a
dinner Saturday evening in honor of
Mr. Edward T. Stotesbury of Philadel
phia, whose marriage to Mrs. Oliver
Cromwell will take place Thursday.
The other guests were the Secretary of
the Treasury, Mr. MacVeagh; Mr. Justice
McKenna, Senator Newlands, Mr. Charles
C. Glover, Mr. William Corcoran Hill,
Mr. John Hays Hammond, Mr. Perry
Belmont. Mr. Gist Blair, Mr. Nathaniel
Wilson and Mr. Edson Bradley.
Col. and Mrs. Robert M. Thompson are
entertaining at dinners followed by a
musical tomorrow night and January 27.
They will spend next month in Florida.
Mrs. James Lee Marshall is giving a
handsome entertainment today for her
debutante daughter. Miss Julia Vail. The
following, also debutantes this season,
were her luncheon guests:
Miss EJlfca-beth Munford, Miss Frances
Efflnger, Miss Margaret Smith, Miss
Emily Beatty. Miss Katherine Hitch
cook. Miss Ruth Hitchcock, Miss Mar
guerite Caperton, Miss Lemira Glllett-Hill,
Miss Virginia Mi 11 an. Miss Eliz -b th
Crenshaw. Miss Estelle Crane. Miss Helen
Hardy, Miss Carrie Lee Chamberlain,
Miss Alice Dresel, Miss Edraonla Adam*,
Miss Edith Grade, Miss Ellen Douglas
Flllebrown. Miss Dorothy Brooks. Miss
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A dance, to which a number of young
men will come in, will follow from 5 to 7,
which will be followed by a buffet sup
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Holloway will
quietly celebrate their golden wedding
tomorrow at the home of their son and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Redman or
465 Park road. They will have with them
members of their family only, including
their only great-grandchild, little Kdna
Marie Redman, daughter of their only
grandson, James E. Redman. Mrs. Hol
loway before her marriage was Miss
Keen, a sister of the late George T. Keen
of this city.
Mrs. Jones, wife of Representative
Jones of Virginia, and Miss Anne Sey
mour Jones of 170ft Q street will be at
home tomorrow from 3 to 6 for the first
time this season. She will continue to re
ceive on Tuesdays.
Miss Roberta Morrow, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Morrow of Rrlghtwood
Park, entertained a number ot friends
Wednesday evening in honor of the
twentieth anniversary of her birth.
The earlier part of the evening was
spent in games, after whiah refresh
ments were served, followed by danc
ing and selected music, rendered by the
Misses Eckstein and Morrow.
Among the guests were Miss M. Taii
ferro of Delaware Water Gap, Pa.; Mr.
J. Martin of Johnstown, Pa.Mr. A.
Robinson of Brighton. X. J.; Misses H.
Morrow, M. Armstrong, M. Amerika, C.
Bladen. A. Eckstein, M. Keene, L. Rhine,
A. Sprenkle and Ruth York, and the
Messrs. John Stadtler, Preston Chamber
lain. Tom Joy, Leroy Delany, Donald
McCurley, Frank Morrow, Frank Joy,
Clarence Sprinkle and Frank Howard.
Dean Wilber of Washington Seminary
will give an historical talk at the sem
inary, 2107 S street northwest, under the
auspices of Patriots' Memorial Chapter,
D. A. R-. Tuesday, January 16, at 8
o'clock. Friends are cordially invited to
' Saturday evening, January* 13, a birth
day party was held at the home of J. R.
Young, 65 Seaton place northeast, in
honor of J. R. Young. Jr., w?.o Celebrated
his twenty-first b'.rthday. The ho'use was
beautifully decorated with the season's
greetings. Among the guests were Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Young,' Mr. and Mrs.
Ware, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Bennett,
Miss Anna Burke, Miss Josephine Lar
mor. Miss Elizabeth Grady, Miss Cath
erine Fally, Mi88 Loretto Grady, Miss
Maud Young, Miss Elizabeth Foley, Miss
Rosie Leonburger. Miss Alice Pywell and
Messrs. W. B. Abernathy, R. A. Wood,
John Foley, B. Finch, A. Holyner, K.
Young. J. Webber, E. Tirrar, O. Seebode,
L. Markle, J. Myers, J. Leonberger, C.
Fastnaught, F. Reckweg, E. Frank and
J. Rutze. Refreshments were served at
9:30. Toasts were made by Mr. Leon
berger and Mr. Merkle.
Mrs. Florence T. Baxter and Miss Jan
ette H. Baxter of 1614 S street northwest
left this morning for Pinehurst, N. C.
A musical and literary entertainment
will be given in the ballroom of the Ar
lington Hotel for the benefit of the Dis
pensary of the National Homeopathic
Hospital tomorrow evening at 8:15.
A charming program has been prepared.
Lady Hadfield. sister of Attorney (Jen
era, Wickersham, who, with Sir Robert
Hadfield, spent last winter in this city, Is
now in Berlin, a guest at the American
embassy, and will be presented at the
next court. Sir Robert is a prominent
figure in the British steel and iron trade
Miss Virginia Wallis has returned from
a three-month trip to Fort Riley, Kan.
Mr. C. W. de Lyon Nicholls, governor
general of the National Society of Co
lonial Cavaliers, arrived today for a brief
visit, and is stopping at 1336 I street
There is much disappointment in Bos
ton's social world that the bell which
Mrs. Horatio Nelson Slater had intended
to give next Friday night at the
Somerset has been either given
up or indefinitely postponed. Mrs.
Slater's health has proved unequal to
the strain of the innumerable gayeties
attendant upon the presentation of her
elder daughter, Miss Esther Slater. It is
probable that Mrs Slater and Miss Slater
may go south shortly for a prolonged
1 stay. Mrs. Slater entered upon the win
ter's , gayeties with, the utmost enthusi
asm, and several of the most successful
hospitalities of the season have been
given by her. The majority of the dinners
which have been arranged to preface the
Slater ball will be given, and among them
the largest is that which Mrs. William H.
Howard of Commonwealth avenue is hav
ing for Miss Slater and a number of her
The Russian ambassador and Mme.
Bakhmeteff gave a dinner last night in
celebration of the Russian new year.
Mrs. Roberts, wife of Representative
Roberts of Massachusetts, will not re
ceive tomorrow.
Mrs. George White and Mrs. Thomas
F. Crago will be at home Tuesday, Jan
uary 16, from 4 to 6 o'clock, at 1100 16th
street northwest
Mrs. Andrew Bradley Duval 1 will be
at home the first and third Saturdays
in February.
Mrs. .Henry Stoddart Matthews and
Miss Hanna Matthews will be at home
Mrs. Frederick Davis Potter will
not receive tomorrow, but will receive
the following Tuesdays in January at
her home. 1310 R street.
Patriots' Memorial Chapter, D. A. R?
will hold an open meeting Tuesday
evening at the residence of Mrs. Gftorge
T. Smallwood, 2107 8 street. Dean Wil
liam Allen Wilbur of George Wash
ington University, will give the ad
dress of the evening. His subject will
be "The Connecticut Shore in Colonial
Times." District and visiting D. A. R
are cordially Invited.
The marriage of Miss Pearline R. Ke
roes and Mr. Jack A. Cohn of River
side, N. J., was solemnised last evening
at the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Keroes, 917 G street '
northwest. Rev. Glusack of the Adas
Israel Congregation officiating.
The bride was daintily gowned in white
crepe de chine, covered with pearls and '
iace, with orange blossoms and a tulle
veil. A diamond lavallier, a gift of the i
groonvwaa also worn. Her slater. Miss
Lena Karoos, was makl of honor. A. G.
Keroes, brother of the bride, was best
man. The bridesmaids were lfiss Pran
ces Heroes, Hiss Rose Cohn of River
slde. N. J., and Miss Mildred Kalx The
ushers wore A. Sellnger of New York
city, M. Bar-ship of Baltimore, Md., and
M. Often berg. Mr. and Mrs. Cohn will
visit Lancaster, Harrisburg. WlUiams
port. Sunbury, Buffalo and Niagara
Palls, and on their return they will re
side at 2428 14th street northwest.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Percy H. Russell. C. L. Bowman,
N. Cohn of Riverside. N. J.; Mr. and
Mrs. D. 8. Yankower of New York city.
Miss Rose Cohn of Philadelphia, Pa.; Mr.
William Weinberg. Mr. M. Barshlp of
Baltimore. Md.; the Misses Goldberg of
Baltimore. Md.; Mr. and Mr?. A. Levy
and Mr. and Mrs. Lavenstln.
Mrs. Steven B. Ayres, wife of Repre
sentative Ayres of New York city, will
not receive except on the last Tues
days of each month. Tuesday. January
30, Mrs. Ayres and Miss Janette Ayres
will be at home Informally at their
residence, 1420 Massachusetts avenue.
Miss Gertrude Kamm of Lancaster.
Pa, is the house guest of Miss Mar
garet LArner, on 22d street northwewt.
On December IS, at 1 p.m.. a wedding
took place at the Lutheran parsonage,
?th and P streets northwest, the Rev. C.
P. Bergner, pastor of the church, offici
ating. The contracting parties were
George C. Round, Jr., of Manassas, Va.,
and Miss Ine* Oliver of Herndon, Va.
The bride was attired In a blue traveling
suit and hat. The beautiful ceremony of
the church, with the quietness of the
hour and the tasteful surroundings, made
the occasion an Impressive one* The only
witness was Mrs. L. A. Pine, aunt of
the groom, at whose house. <4f? P street,
a lunch was served, after which the
couple took the train for their southern
Mrs. de B. Randolph Kelm of 1818 T
street has as her guest Mrs. J. L. steln
mets of Lancaster. Pa., for two weeks.
To meet her Mrs. Kelm has asked a few
friends to luncheon Wednesdav January
1<. Mrs. StelnmeU is the widow of Judge
Stftinmets of the Lancaster comity. Pa.,
bar. for years very prominent in his pro
fession. Mi's. JBteinmetz will assist Mis.
and Miss Kelm at their second at home
Friday, January 28.
Miss Stella WllklmTof Woodstock. Va .
te visiting her cousins, L. A. Miller snd
family, of 40B Adams street northeast.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hayes of Cleve
land. Ohio, are making a short visit to
the latter's sister. Mrs. Charles Alex
ander, 128 13th street southeast, prior to
their departure for Tampa, PI a., where
they will spend the winter.
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Deaths Reported.
The following deaths have been reports
ed to the health offloe In the past twenty
four hours;
Georgians M. McCaw. 57 years. TOG
Massachusetts avenue northeast.
Amanda Lutz, 83 years. 1332 Harvard
street northwest.
Katherlne Maloney. 77 years, 808 A
street southeast.
John H. Moran, 74 years. 730 M street
Robert C. Shannon, 1 year, 326 4th
street southeast.
Catherine Ann Crampton, 74 years, 725
7th street southwest
William H. Rollins, 63 years, 1324 H
street northeast.
Aldo F. Lowe, 37 years, 26 Quincy place
Walker Campbell, 62 years, 1814 K
street northwest.
John W. Hardesty, 72 years. 1324 27th
street northwest.
Mabel Clements. 28 years. Tuberculosa
Gertrude Aguiler, 52 years. Bpiscopa!
Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses have been Issued tc
the following:
Charles A. Rady and Alice L. Hicker
son, both of Richmond. Va.
Rufus Hill and Mary Marshall.
Edwin M. Ridgway of this city anc
Amey Cowell of Detroit, Mich.
Elmore F. Elmore of Troy. N. Y.. anc
Katharine G. Riggs of this city.
Ralph E. Daniels of SL Louis, Mo., and
Martha W. Brawner ol this city.
William Victory and Jennie Brewer.
William C. Green and Oma A. Boose.
BenJ. P. Wood and Maud R. McClary,
both of St. Elmo, Va.
Byron C. Lewis of Mansfield, Ohio, and
Margaret Schauweker of this city.
Alfonso Peluso and Angela Massino.
J. Nelson Wisner of West Virginia
Heads Department of Fisheries.
Announcement is made from Martins
burg, W. Va., of the appointment of J.
Nelson Wisner to the position of director
of the department of fisheries of the Re
public of Uruguay. Mr. Wisner was sev
eral years ago an employe of the bureau
of fisheries in Washington, being one of
the superintendents of 'United States
hatcheries. He resigned here to take a
position with the fish commission of the
state of Oregon, where he has since been
When the Republic of Uruguay applied
to the United States to recommend a di
rector Fish Commissioner Bowers sug
gested Mr. Wisner and the appointment
was made. He will leave for his new post
Robert N. Breckenridge. who was born
eighty-five years ago at Leesburg. Va.,
died Sunday morning at his home In Win
chester from the Infirmities of age.
BARNARD On 8undsy, January 14, 1912, at
bis residence. 1701 New Jersey avenue north
west. FANNING, husband of Lloda H.
Funeral from his late residence. 1701 New Jer
sey avenue northwest, Tuesday, January 18,
at 2 p.m. Relatives aud friends invited.
Interment private. ?
BARRON". On Soaday, January 14. 1912, at 8:15
p.m.. at .the home of his daughter, Mrs. F.
G. Ward. MSONARD, beloved husband of
Hanna A. Barron.
Funeral from Holy Trinity Church, Tuesday
morning, January 16, st 9 a.m.
BECKEB. On Saturday, January 13, 1912. at
4:15. EMMA F. BECKER, beloved Wife of
Arthur L>. Becker.
Funeral (private) from ber late residence, 2811
Adama Mill road. Requiem mass at St.
Paul's Catholic Church. ISth and V streets
northwest, Tuesday, January 18, at 9:39 a.m.
Interment at Mount Olivet cemetery. 15*
DERBY On Sunday, January 14. 1912, CARL
T.. beloved husband o< Jail* I. Deny (nee
Funeral at Bolivar. W. Va., Toesdsy. January
18, at S o'clock. ?
FENTON. Suddenly on Saturday, January 13,
1911, HELEN C? beloved wife of the late
Joseph B. Fenton, aged fifty-one years.
Maas Wednesday. January 17, at 10 a.m., at 8t.
Charles' Church, Clarendon, Va. ?
FOLLIABD. On Monday, January IS, 1912, Miss
Funeral from residence of Michael Billingham.
104 Q street northwest. Notice of time later.
FULTON. On Moo day, January 15, 1912, at
8:80 a.m., at ber residence. 1211 Vermont
avenue northwest, AUCE M., beloved wife
of Horace- K. Fulton, aged sixty-eight years.
Notice of funersl later. ? I
GIBSON. On Sunday, January 14, 1912, at
11:15 p.m., at ber residence. 022 G street
Houthesst. Mrs. KATE GIBSON, widow of
the late Charles Gibson and daughter of Mrs.
Hussn Beckftt, In the fifty-ninth year eC her
Funeral services at residence, Wednesday, Jan
uary 17. at 2 p.m. Interment (private) at
?Congress tons 1 cemetery. (Baltimore, Leb
anon City, Pa., and Portsmouth, Va., papats
please copy.) 18*
HATTON. On Sunday, January 14, 1912. at
7:30 p.m.. at his residence. 1144 19th street
northwest, WM. H. HATTON. broffcer of
George F. snd Samuel H. Hattoa. aged
thirty-six years.
Funeral from bis late residence Wednesday, 1:39
p.m. Morning Star Lsd^e. No. 40. I. B. P.
O. of Elks of the World, members are re
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HE ALT. On Saturday, January 18. 191R at
1:89 p.m., EDWARD HBALY. at SOSSM
street northwest.
Funeral from St. Stephen's Church, 38th and
Pennsylvania ?venue. Tuesday 'Hm at 9
o'clock. Relatives sad friends lavitsd. 15
JKWELL. On Sunday, January 14, \MiX at
a.m.. at Ma
sreaue northwest. OLACDItiS B. JEWELL
beloved husband of Fettle W. Jewell, la the
eighty-seventh year of Ms age.
wral fiea the Church of the Coveaaat. Tues
day. January 14 at 11 o'clock a.m. > ?
LAW90N. On Friday. Janusry 12. 1912. at 8:19
a.m.. at ber residence. iitt? mh street n^n '??
WHt. SUMMER L.4WSl>N, aa< d forty f'?m,
runeral Tufwlit. January Itt, at 2 p.m.. fr?iu
ber Ml wiilfncf, ?
Imparted this llfp Janus-S
u. mis. f.mvari* wklli.mjtox li wis,
husband of Mary A. Lewi* ?n>l fsrh r <4
Rlan<b<- I., Edward W., jr Unmet E. anl
William il. [/-win.
Notlre hereafter of fnneral from his 'ate rc?- -
dence. IIIJ Vermont imw>. tJcrsey t'lty
and N>? York city paper* please <-??p} ? ?
MeXAMARA. On Monday, January 15. 1012. st
her residence. "i'W Parker street nort
AXX, I^IotciI wife of Mn'then MrVimiri.
Fnnernl from her late residence Wcdne<Mi,iy
morning. January |7. at 8:."to o'c'ock. thrart
to Ht. Aloyaius Church. Requiem maas at l?
o'clock. Interment at Xloust Olivet cemc.
t?ry. IB
MORAX. On Sunday, January 14. 1012, JO? V
It., f>elored husband of Sarah Moras, to tbs
seventy-flfth year of hi* aire.
Funeral Ttiesday. January l?, at I o'clock fn.ui
I^ee's chapel. .132 ?'?,noninnii avenue, in*
ferment private. ?
XAY(X>R. On Saturdav. Jmiuarr 13. 1?12. ?t
IS O'clock p.m.. LAURA v.. Infant daugn.
ter of Orover C. ami Orsc* E. Naylor. a|<4
one year and eleven month*.
Death haa robbed us of our darling.
Of the one we loved ao well.
Taken from thta world of aorrow
Safely home with Jean* to dwell.
Funeral from 480 F atreet southwest. Tuesday,
January 1?. at 2 o'clock p.m. ?
Member* of Mount Vernon Council. No. 1?, ,lr.
O. U. A. M.. will assemble at 819 L stre?V
southeast Wednesday. January 17. 2 p.m., f?f
the purpose of attending the funeral of our laid
brother. W. R PADOlflT.
By order of council.
J A MRS *. FRAZIER. CeaSrllSs.
(Attested) JOHN E. SMALLWO<?f>.
W Recording Secretary.
OHXX. Suddenly, on Saturday. January IS.
1912. at 4 .1ft p.m., at her residence. No. ?>?*
B atreet srtnfhwesf, BERTH A. beloved wtfa
of Jaioc* ?juinn. aged fifty-seven yeara.
On Monday. January 18. 1012. at 1??
oVteok a.m.. at Emergency Hoipltal. JAMES,
beloved husband of Bertha Quinn. aired flftv
nlne yeara.
funeral* from chapel of Frank Geier's ?on*.
No. 1? l.t Tib atreet northwest, on Wed nee
day, January 17. at 3 o'clock p.m. Relative#
and friend* invited. Interment at Pranpece
Hill ?4metefy. ||> ?
RADT. On Monday. January 15. till*, at 2:15
?if v *Ly^rnr.. W'*b 1 nff?n University Ho.
pttal. WILLI A M RADY, In bis seventieth
Funeral Wednesday. January 17. at 2 p.m., from
mddence of bla daughter. Mra. WH rtaher
jSMOl nlveralty place north went. Friends
llTltN. ]l|?
SR.VR.rJ0. Entered into life eternal on Sun
f EAR I.E. beloved tnii of Jam--* W. on?
Martha E. Searle (nee < Wsi.
Servieee at OmimMonal ccmetery cbapel Tue?
dny. January 1?. 11 o'clock. (Baltimore and
Annapolis. Md.. papers picaw copy.) ?
SMITH. On Friday. January 12, 101^. ?t th*
I**??,,for ?>?* **** ?nd Inflim. SAMI'EL
2PS?-. Body at city Monroe. If not called
?!,7 3 ? clock p.m. tomorrow ancb remain*
will be dl^weed of in accordance with law.
8TILLTARD. Departed tkU life on Frtdar,
Jnnaary 12. IIIIS. at 2.ao a.m.. at her borne!
Arlington. Va.. MARIA STILL YARD, tbo
Beloved wife of the late Jamea Stlllyard and
mother of Ellnbeth Parker.
Funeral on Tueaday, January 16. at 1 o'<io<'k
Km., from Zion BapUat Church, F atreet
tween 3d and 414 atreet* aouthweai. Rer.
W. J. Howard, pastor.
THOJi.VS. Departed this life Saturday morn inc.
January 18. 1012, at 7:45 o'clock, at her
ETJ?5cC; *<?*?"? southeast, MARY M.
THOMAS (nee Queen), beloved mother of
Clara Oneitn Tbomaa. and sister of U<-orrln
A. Queen and A. Grafton Queen.
Funeral from the above named residence Tues.
day. January 1?. at I oVlock sharp; thetu-o
to BhenereT M. K. tJburch. corner of 4tb and
D streets southeast. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment at Harmony cemetery. ?
VRIHJEYEK. On Snnday, January 14. 1012. at
10 o clock a.m., at his residence. 12M V
street northwest. JOHN* IIEXRY VEIHi
ER, In the. eighty-drat year of his age. '
Funeral will take place from hla late resident
Si ?j*6 * ?; Tuesday. January 1?; tbencc t?
St. Paul s < atbollc (ihurcb, wber?> mass will
he said at 10 o'clock for the repose of hig
soul. ?
WA8MANSDORFF. On Sundar. January 14.
'?I2, at her residence, Walk"ern Thanel, Va..
DORFV. aged sixty-one years.
funeral Wedneaday. January 17. at 2 o'clock
p.m.. from chapel of George W. Wise, uudcr.
taker. 2000 M street northwest. Relatives
and friends respectfully Invited to attend.
Interment private.
In Xemoriam.
I BRAWLER. In loving memory of my dear
motfcer. KATHERI.VK BRAHLBR. wbo died
seventeen yeara ago todsy, Jsnuary 15, 1805.
Msy ahe rest in peace.
IDBXSMORE. In sad hut loving memory of uur
dear mother, EMMA A. DHVSMORE. whit
entered Into r it seven years ago today, Jan
uatj 15. 1005.
Loved In life, remembered in death.
I ROBJEY. In sad but loving remembrance of our
dear fatbtr and fauaband, WILTON ROBEY.
who departed this life one year ago today.
January 16. 1011.
We loved you when with us below.
And did not want you from us to go.
You left as with a pleasant smile.
But we shall greet you after while. J. J
Your body now Is still and cold.
But Jesus has your dear aoul, t% [
Around the throne In heaven ahov*.
Where all 1s peace and all is love. X
What grief and pain you suffered hers
None of us will ever know.
For Jesus took you home with Him,
Where no fears will ever flow. 1
From this world of grief and troohle
To the land of peace and rest.
Xo one knows how we miss yon but God.
| ROBEY. In sad but loving remembrance of my
dear father. WILTON ROBEY. wbo departed
this life one year ago today, January 15.
I The depths of my sorrow 00 tongue can tell
| At the loss of a dear father I loved so well.
But white be lies in peaceful sleep
I Hla sacred memory I shall slwaya keep.
[ SYDNOR?JULIl'S. In sad but loving remem
brance of our dear husband and father, LI'?
CUTS W. SYDNOtt, and our devoted mot bee
and grandmother, AMY Jl'LIUS, wbo passed
into life eternal twelve and four year* ago.
respectively, January 15. 1000, and January
?w 1now
I THOMAS. In sad bat loving remembrance of
ALEXANDER B. THOMAS, who departed
this life one year ago today, January 15?
Rest in peace.
I WILLIAMS. Departed this life ou?* year az??
today. January 15. 1M11. MRS. SOPHlti
It is ssd, but none the less true.
That all must pay eternity's due.
Dear mother, that fa<-e and motherly smll^
And those tender hand* fondled us a while
Now abide where angeU dwell.
Dssr one, sweet one. farewell.
yuveblal directors.
George P. Zurhorst,
301 K. CAP. ST.
1 Established 1857. CHAB. t>. ZURHORST. Mgr.
940 P Street N.W. I
Washington, d. c
Phones Main tfgi:
Frank A. Speare, Mgr.
? H st. n.e. Modern chapel. Phooe Lincoln 524.
J. WILLIAM LEK. Funeral Director.
Bmltalmer. Livery la coanectlea. ONMW
cbapel and modern cretnatortum. Milip
3S2 Ps. ave. n.w. Telephone call 1UL
$150 Funeral.
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
Joseph F. Birch's Sons,
in? a \f ST N W fhrlor for Funerals.
JO34 *V1 1X1 ? W ? phone West 06.
We R. Pumphrey & Son,
~ 1 Directors sod Embslman.
IMS 14th st. a.w.
North 9000.
^^^^^[_chapeL_ Telephone call North 820.
Funeral Deslcas.
Beautiful floral MfM vary reasonable la |
HIS Main. 14th and I sta. s.
Falvcy Granite Company,
F and Eleventh Sta. N.W.
The Kupprecht Company,
TMotgnm- tmiMr ts J. 9. Maaaiag
W U> 133 Pennsylvania Ave J

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