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New York. Paris. Julius Garfinkle & Co. WASHINGTON To the women who want out-of-the-ordinary things in dress, this store appeals. Here one finds the very things now being shown by the smartesf makers in Paris. Exclu sive effects which women of careful discernment demand. It is worth remembering that our prices are no higher than those of the usual store for or dinary styles. We begin with the best grades only, thus safeguarding the value of your pur chase, however small the amount you wish to spend. Superb lines of new suits. Exquisite dressy coats and skirts for afternoon, calling and recep tion wear. Also strictly tailored suits for street wear. In most every instance only one of a kind. We are showing a splendid assortment of suits, both in the dressv and strictly tailormade ?? # styles, for $32.50, $35, $37.;o. $40. $42.50. $45, $47.50. $52.50, '$;5 and $65. Expert knowledge was brought to hear in the construc tion of these Suits, beginning with the materials, which were especially imported for us and then fashioned into Suits by the best tailors. They arc absolutely perfect in every detail, and arc remarkable values at the prices offered. We invite your inspection. F Street, Corner 13th. ?with Henderson Furniture?not only with the most elegant pieces, but the lowest-priced articles in our stocks. But its desirability does not end with these features. There are ECOXOMiC ADVANTAGES in buying our furniture, which comparison with prices quoted else where never fails to demonstrate. JSiPCall and inspect our stocks at any time, with the full assurance that such inspection implies no obli gation to purchase. New Wall Papers, New Draperies. New Cretonnes. New Upholstery Fabrics. Fine Interior Decorating of Every Description R. W. & J. B. Henderson, Fine Furniture, Wall Papers, Laces, Draperies, Rugs. 1109 F Street and 1108 G Street. INoO F Street, Corner 12th ?penning WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 4 Why Tolerate Corns, | i Bunions, Callosities, | Ingrowing Nails, etc.? | We can positively rid row of any foot fb jc discomfort. Kvory day's delay means 4 ? more misery. For your own welfare do ? not neglect your fret. Once you realiie jfr 4 " hut it Ik to enjoy R-al Foot Comfort. m -j wi<h as we give you. you will Merer '5 again suffer: Genuine Bargains at Our GEORGES & SON, i INC.. rOOT SPECIALISTS, ^ tl.adiea* Maid in Attendant.) i R. F/. SC1IA KFKit F. A. SOHAEFKU Nothing excels tbifi simple remedy for Throat TV'iiMe*. Hoarseiiets and Coughs. Also gir<-? relief in Hronclital. Asthmatic and Lung affec tions Free fr<ini opiate*. M?ty yearn' imputa tion. Sold only In hoxes. Sample mailed free. JO UN 1. SBUW^ * SON. Boat on. Mm. Ornamental Iron Work*. Ralcon!***. Fire Scapes. Grille*. Gratings. Window Guards, Pipe Hailing*, lirass Railings, Ornamental Fences. lOiS! TO 152* PA. AVK. s.k. l'iioiu! LLucn. Ki. Quality and Distinctiveness Are Inseparably Linked F RLE BACH ER'S 1222 F Street N.W. 3 Door" Below 13th. T t I I I i X I V f. T ? V V $ 1 I * $ t MEW SPRING TAILORED) SUITS For Women aid Misses, $25.00, $27.50, $29.75, $32.50 aod $35.00. XCLUSIVE models in whipcord, Bedford cord, serge, fancy materials. All the new spring shades, stripes and checks. Coats beautifully lined. Various models of new skirts. 4 -0O0 Final Sale of WIMTEE SUITS Remaining stock of Winter Suits, all materials. TV f? Go at ^ There is lots of time left in which to wear these suits, and they will be just the thing to start with next fall. In the season's smartest models and best materials. ? * % I * ? ? * Mustarated You Can Get Almost Immediate Relief From Sore Throat by Simple Home Treatment. Sore throat can be relieved almost im mediately by the following simple method: Gargle frequently with hot salt and water or Dobell's solution. Before retiring apply MUST A RATE D CAM PHO LINE to the outside of the throat, rubbing it thorough ly over the glands of the neck. MUSTA RATED CAMPHOLINE draws like a mus tard plaster, yet at the same time produces a soothing sensation. TT WILL NOT BLIS TER. It combines the virtues of mustard, camphor and other beneficial drugs in their most penetrating form. There is nothing bet ter in inflammations of the throat and chest. Ask for MUSTARATED CAMFHOLINE? THE BEST ANTIPHLOGISTIC. 25c the Jar. At Good Drug Shops. Portable Fireproof ^Affa #vaq Warehouse#, Offices, vULldgCO Engine Houses, Etc. Made under the "Praden Syitca" patents. Open, screened or insulated against heat and cold. Come complete in units of heavy galvanized Meel. These interlock, without framing, into buildiggs that for strength and durability, rank with masonry. for a fraction of the cost. Quick delivery and erection. Unlike any other construction. Made by METAL SHELTER CO., St. Paul, Minn. Patentees and Sole Manufacturers. Call, phone or write. Exhibition building and salesroom, >?rth Capitol street and Massachusetts Ave. n.w., Washington, D. C. flee me here about a "Pruden System'' Portable Cottage. C. X. BI'CKliWD, Sales Agent. THE BEST POM TO RICO COFFEE Roasted or Ground, per pound . . 30c Orders for this coffee are coming in by mall from all parts of the city- and the surrounding country. JOHN H. MAGRUDER, Fine Groceries. Wines and Cigars. Conn1. Ave. & K St. Wholesale and Retail. |ANNOUNCEMENT f | (All This Week) I Mme. Bramlett's $ Opening of | New Spring Millinery! | Makes hers one of the most ? attractive shops in the city. Years of experience have en abled her to make a selection of the most beautiful of the season's best productions, including all the most exclu sive and individual designs. A visit to our shop will Jjjl interest you. Y a 616 13th St. N.W. v , i Mo V. Botts Millinery Opening Began on Monday= Yoy Must Not Fail to See This Superb display of the newest creations of the most famous milliners of Europe and America, to gether with dainty in imitable designs from our own workrooms. Hats of rare grace, charm and individuality. 20211 J 4th St. N.W. $ Decorating That Commands Admiration. IJEN Plltt decorate# the home you can count on something new and dis tinctive that will udd to the beauty and attract iveness of the home. Moderate charges. George Plitt Co., fine., Main Showroom. 1134 Conn. are. Workrooms. 1727 7th ?t. n.w. ?r iStidbdb! Largest Exclusive Millinery House In Washington. Exclusive Styles in New Spring Millinery ?the Prettiest and most Becoming Hats shown this season. Reasonable prices. Mourning: Millinery a Specialty. & Now | on A C*. South 3; ? at 1 3U4 Li Dt. side. % % ^ ESTABLISHED 1842. ? "It Pays to Buy the Best." i? The greatest achievements in scientific i? construction are embodied In our :; PETITE GRAND, PUver nn'i every piano bearing r la^ci a griEFF name plate ;; CHAS. M. STIEFF, :: i? Direct Branch Ware rooms of Factory. * * ? i 101 >8-1010 V St. N.W. < > O J. C. CONLIFF, Manager. 1 1 eonc?sft Wagom. Young's wagons are attractive and thor oughly well built. Priced low. t.e. Young ^ I MARRIED THIS AFTERNOON. 1,1 BIT. GUSTAV HENRY FRANKS. IN THE WORLD OF SOCIETY PRESIDENT, HIS FAMILY AND GUESTS GOING TO THEATER. Wedding of Army Officer This After noon?Personal Notes. The President and Mrs. Taft and their daughter and house guests will attend the theater tonight. The Secretary of Commerce and Labor and Mrs. Xagel entertained at dinner last night. Their guests were the Italian ambassador and Marchcsa Cusani, Mr. Justice and Mrs. Hughes', the Attorney General and Mrs. Wickcrsham, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis Adams, Mrs. J. B. Henderson, Mr. and JJrs. Gordon Gum ming, Donna Beatrice Cusani, Miss Nagel, Mr. Schmolck, Maj. Winship and Dr. De Laney. Mrs. Fisher, wife of the Secretary of the Interior, will not receive tomorrow. The military attache of the German embassy and Mine, von Herwarth will entertain at dinner Thursday night in honor of the chief of staff and Mrs. Leonard Wood. i Mr. Raymond Kenn.v, who lias been away for a month, returned Sunday, but was suffering so much from tonsilitis that he is now at a hospital. The marriage of Miss Mildred Dixon McKee, daughter of Mr. Henry H. Mc Kee, and Lieut. Gustav Henry Franke, Coast Artillery, 1". S. A., took place ^ery quietly this afternoon at the home of the bride. Rev. Dr. France of Trinity Methodist Church performed the ceremony in the presence of a small company of relatives. The bride was given away by her father, and wore a traveling suit of tan cloth, with an imported hat to match. Her bouquet was of mauve orchids, and she wore the groom's gift, a lavallier of dia monds and pearls. Mrs. Munroe, wife of Capt. Munroe of Fort Monroe, was the only attendant. Lieut. Franke and his bride will leave late this afternoon for the Pacific coast. They will visit relatives en route, and sail from San Francisco April 5, to join his company of the Coast Artillery in the Philippines. The wedding was very quiet owing to recent bereavement in the groom's family. Lieut. Franke is a native of Towa and a graduate of the 1'nited States Military Academy, class of 1911. The young couple received a great num ber of handsome presents. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eiclibcrg celebrated their fifteenth wedding anniversary Fri day at a family dinner. Mr. and Mrs. .T. Kenry Purdy of Wash ington are in New York for a few days and are staying at the Hotel Wolcott. A party was held Sunday, March 10, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. S. Gio vannetti, i?13 N street northwest, by twelve ladies, to organize a pleasure club. Music, singing and dancing were features of the evening. Mr. Walter Crouch and Miss flettie Crouch gave classical piano and violin selections, and supper was served, the table being artistically dec orated. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Finelli. Mr. and Mrs. S. Giovannetti. Mr. and Mrs. E. Crovato, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Radice, Mr. and Mrs. F. Sari. Mr. and Mrs. F. Marascio, Mr. and Mrs. A. Giovannoni, Mr. and Mrs. P. Marucc-i, Mr. and Mrs. A. Penna, Mrs. L. Ambrogi, Mrs. M. Pimetti. Mrs. L. Gio vannetti, Mrs. E. Pero, Misses Hettie Crouch, Marie Pimetti, Mary Ambrogi, Eloira Giovannetti, Marie Pero, Edith Giovannoni, and Messrs. Walter Crouch, D. O'Connor, A. Giovannoni and Alfonso Tana. The South American Club of the Young Women's Christian Association, of which Mrs. Hermon S. Pinkham Is president, will hold its annual banquet in Calvary Baptist Church March 18, at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. ( Wallace Radcliffe will be toastmistress. ; Dr. Charles Wood, who has recently visit ed South America, will speak on "Our Work in South America": Dr. Ada R. Thomas will respond to the toast "The South American Club: What It Is," and Miss Florence M. Brown on "Our Ex pectations Here and There." Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. B. Barber have sent out cards for a reception March 14, "% Get Rid of Piles at Home TRY THIS HOME TREATMENT?ABSOLUTELY FREE. No matter how long you're been Buffering or bow bad you think your ease is, send at once Sor a free trial of the wonderful Pyramid Pile fcemedy. Thousands afflicted as badly or worse than you trace their quick recovery to the day they began using this marvelously successful remedy. Pyramid Pile Remedy gives instant, blessed ? relief. Pain disappears, inflammation and swell ing subside, and you arc able to work again as comfortably as though you had never been af flicted at all. It may save the expense and danger of a surgical operation. Just send in the coupon below with your name and address on a slip of paper for the free trial treatment. It will ahow you conclusively what Pyramid Pile Remedy will do. TTien you can get the regular package for 00 cents at any | drug .store. Don't suffer another needless mln i ute. Write n*w. FREE PILE REMEOT Cut out this coupon and mail to the PYRAMID DRUG CO., 422 Pyramid Bldg., Marshall, Mich., with your full name and address on a slip of paper. A sample of the great Pyramid Pile Remedy will then be sent yo\l at one* by mail, FREfS, in plain wmpper. V MISS MILDRED DICKINSON MrKEE. from 8 to 11 o'clock, to celebrate the twelfth anniversary of their marriage. I Last Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Muller gave a delightful "home-coming" i entertainment in honor of their son John, who has been to the Philippine Islands j and China for tiie past four years, at their home, 623 Kth street northeast. Games, music and dancing were the principal features of the evening. In a peanut race the first prize was won by Miss Adelaid Watson, while. Dr. Jones won the bnobv prize. Mrs. Louis Muller and Mrs. Meade and Misses Meade, Hel en and Katie Smith sung solos and duets and an orchestra played. Later refresh ments were served. The dining room was beautifully decorated In flags of every nation, and the table with flowers. Those present were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Mullcr. Mr. and Mrs. Ilousman, Mr. and Mrs. Malin of Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Heinzman. Mr. and Mrs. Muller, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Rector. Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Newman and Mrs. Meade, and Misses Helen and Katie Smith, Freeda and Clara I Heinzman, Mabel and <"ora Housinan, Stella Meade, Mamie I>oyle, Beatrice j Malin, Pauline Gilford and Tillie HeJlie, and Messrs. John and Louis Muller. I Frank Reynolds, jr., Willie Newman, Henry Weber, Carl Heinzman, Albert I Smith, Dr. Charles Jones and Prof. I Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Harryman Rapley, who , have been spending the wintej- in Egypt, 1 are now in Paris for a short visit. Mr. i and Mrs. Rapley have booked passage on the Lusitania. and are due in Wash ; ington the latter part of the month. f To meet the executive board of the Na- ! tlonal Woman's Suffrage Association and the congressional committeo Mrs. William Kent is at home today, from 4 until G o'clock, at 1925 F street. Short addresses will be made at 4:15 p.m. by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, Miss Jane Addams, Miss Inez Millholland and others. The mem bers of the congressional committee are Mrs. William Kent, chairman: Mrs. Rob ert M. La Follette. Mrs. Robert L. Owen, Mrs. Harvey w. Wiley. Mrs. Victor Ber gcr, Mrs. Claudius M. Stone, Miss Burle son and Miss Emma Gillett. Mr. and Mrs Augustus P. Crenshaw, jr.. and their little daughter are on a visit to the parents of the former at their home on ltith street. They will be 'with them this month, and then expect to take possession of their home, 1726 Oregon avenue, which is rapidly approaching completion. Miss Elizabeth West Guy and Mr. \\?. Lowrv Farnham will be married this evening. The ceremony will take place at 7:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Guy. on 19th street, the Rev. Andrew Bird of the South Presbyterian Church officiating. The groom's sister and broth er, Miss Margaret Farnham and Mr. Arthur Farnham, will be the only at tendants. The couple will make their home in Chiksan, Korea, where Mr. Farnum is interested in mining. The boardi of directors of the Bruen Home will hold a linen shower Friday, March 29, from to 9 p.m., at the home, 3.'!00 O street. Bedding and towels are especially needed, but anything will be acceptable. Friends and all interested in good works will be welcome to inspect the home, which it is thought among those most closely interested is a home in the true sense of the word. The home less children received are tenderly cared for, and those old enough attend tiie pub lic schoolg and Sunday schools. There are always 1-0 to 130 children in the home, and their needs are many. Tt is to re lieve these wants for a while at least that the linen shower has been proposed. Miss Lucy Hoke Smith, .who Is in At lanta visiting Miss Annie Lee McKenzie, a recent debutante, shares with her the honors of a large tea at which forty young women will be entertained there today by Mrs. W. Woods White. Miss McNeir of New York Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Augustus P. Crenshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I^ee, whose guests were the members of the kirmess dance the latter chaperoned, and Commander and Mrs. A. H. Davis gave dinner last night. A mi-careme subscription dance will be given by the members of the Monday Night Dancing Class at the Playhouse Thursday night, at 10:30 o'clock. A num ber of dinner parties have been arranged fdr the early evening, and supper will be served at 1 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Thropp gave a dinner last night in honor of Gen. and Mrs. Wotherspoon. The meeting of the Monday Afternoon Skating Club yesterday was well attend ed. Bands from the Mayflower and Dol phin played alternately and tea was nerved at small tables. Mrs. Frank Beatty received and among those enjoying the afternoon's pleasure were Miss Taft and her cousin. Miss An derson; the Misses Meyer and Miss Nagel. Mrs. B. P. Myers of Woodridge, Va., announces the marriage of her daughter, Daisy C. Myers1 and Lee Bryant at Balti more, Md., this morning. At home after March 25, 434 10th street southwest. Rev. and Mrs. Charles L. Neibel are at the Traymore, Atlantic City, for a brief holiday, preceding their removal to Cin cinnati, Ohio. Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury was at home informally yesterday afternoon at her residence, 1925 Walnut street, Philadel phia. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Stotesbury entertained in their opera box for their house guests, Commander and Mrs. Gass of Washington, D. C. A sup per followed. Mrs. Lloyd Bowers entertained at din ner last night in compliment to her guests. Dr. and Mrs. Preston Satterwhite and Mrs. Robert Graves of New York. Mrs. Bowers also will have guests to meet them at dinner tonight. Count and Countess de Chambrun and Mrs. Longworth, mother of the latter, ar rived at Ormond Beach, Fla., last week. Miss Marguerite Barbour, who has been with friends for the past month at French Lick Springs, will return home tonight. j MANY TOURISTS DT HAWAII. Washington Well Represented Among- Sojourners on Island. Special Correspondence of The Star. HONOLULU, T. H., February 28. 1912. Hawaii la experiencing the greatest winter tourist traffic la her history. The hotels already are taxed, but the steam ship people say that hundreds of tourists from almost every part of the United States are upon the road. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Adams of Wash ington are touring the islands In a fine car. They have as guests Miss Edith Wells of Georgetown and Miss Gains Stu art of Philadelphia. The party Is this week on the Island of .Hawaii, and will spend some days at the volcano. Father John Gregory of Washington and Alexandria, together with two stu dents of Georgetown University, is a guest of the Moana. Four young ladies of the Trinity School. Washington, are here, the guests of Mr. and Mrs Fitzpatrick of Baltimore. Other District of Columbia residents registered at the different hotels or guests of the army colony are: Capt. and Mrs. Lemuel Hope, Miss Hope. Miss Jene Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glass. John G. Kilburn. Herman Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Throckmorton. Representative Charles L. Knapp of New York, who arrived here a few days afro, and who is now visiting the crater of Kilauea with a party of friends, declares that the rumor to the effect that Pres ident Taft had asked him to look into conditions here was without foundation. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been issued to the following: Gustave H. Franke, U. 6. A , and Mil dred D. McKee of this city. J. Harry Heller and Mabel I. Howett, botli of Lancaster. Pa. Walter M. Elmore. Harbours Creek. Va., and Mary J. Champ, Johns Creek. Va. John L. Hayes and Marie E. Love. Meredith A. J. Harden and Bettlna I>. Myers, both of Baltimore, Md. Joseph Zara^ ap<i Annie B. Uerohorsky, both of Baltimore. Md. Powhatan N'ash of Richmond, Va., and Ethel Horton of Quantlco, Va. Francis E. Taylor of Washington, D. C., and Leona Martin of Baltimore. Md. Georjje I. Ware and Pansy B. Winters. George A. Wallace and Anna B. Greeble, both of Baltimore. Glenn E. Stancllff, Lanham. Md., and Gertrude M. Brown, Seabrook, Md. Births Reported. The following births have been reported to the health department in the past twenty-four hours: John and Tleano Zervoulakos, girl. Emory A. and Agnes M. Walker, bov. Charles C. F. and Mary M. Toeppler, girl. George and Georgia 1M0C. Stuart, boy. Frank and Fannie Swartz, girl. Louis A. and Johanna I. Speiss, girl. Edward D. and Carie M. Schwenk, boy. Morris and Tda Park. boy. John W. and Sadio M. Owens, boy. Harry B. and Laura V. Matchett, boy. William and Lottie Long. girl. Oedalia and Mary Kobernick, boy. Timothy C. and Annie C. Jones, girL Alexander and Jessie .E. Humer, girl. Richard and Nettie E. Fletcher, boy. Robert and Marguerite W. English, boy. John R. and Lottie L. Ensrllsli, boy. Benjamin S. and Wllhelmina Densmore, boy. Richard E. and Emily H. Donaldson, girl. Rafell and Josephine Colella. boy. -Melville and Henrietta Church, boy. Harry R. and Lillian Bort, boy. Jesse and Gussle F. Butt. girl. Manuel and Amy Rose, girl. Jacob and Julia Robinson, boy. Arthur P. and Mary E. Murray, boy. Bishop and Parthenia Johnson, girl. William F. and Ella M. Herbert, boy. Owen and Maude Hawkins, boy. Joseph and Sarah Freeman, boy. Deaths Reported. The following deaths have been report ed to the health department in the past twenty-four hours: Franceg A. M. Baum, 43 years, 2023 8th street northwest. Agnes V. Robertson, 1 year, 214 1V6 street northeast. Samuel K. Petingale, 58 years, 922 B street southwest. Elizabeth Brunger, 52 years, 14 Fenton street northeast. Mary E. Miller, 78 years, 741 Longfel low street. George W. Seitz, 79 years, 58 R street northwest. George Butler, 63 years, Providence Hos-pital. Lillie A. Padgett, 23 years, 940 Lettie street southwest. Charles M. Reams, 32 years, Tuberculo sis Hospital. John Stewart, 60 years, rear 3406 M street northwest. Peter Jones, 47 years, rear 1516 P street northwest. Queen Brown, 47 years, Providence Hospital. Robert Thomas, 70 years, 2217 L street northwest. * DIED. ADKIXS. On March 11. 1912. at 5 a.m., SARAH KI-IZABETH ADKIXS, wife of Milton T. Adkins. Funeral (private* from family residence, the Lea tor, 2134 F street northwest. 13* BAUM. Departed this life suddenly, on Sunday, March 10. 1912, at 7:30 a.m., FRANCES A. M. BAUM. Funeral from her late residence, 2023 8th street northwest, Wednesday, March 13, at 3 o'clock p.m. Relatives and friends are re spectfully invited. Interment at Glenwood cemetery. 12 BLAUKMAX. Departed this life Starch 11. 1912. at 9:20 p.m.. at the residence of hi* pon, Edgar C. Blackman, 3T.37 S street north west, THOMAS S.. beloved husband of the late Sarah A. Blackman, in bis eightieth year. Fuueral services will take place at Mount Tabor M. P. Church. 33th and Wisconsin avenue northwest, Thursday. March 14, at 2 p.m. 13* CHASE. OA Monday. March 11. 1912. LIL IJAX CHASE, daughter of Lewis and Sarah Chase. Funeral from Mt. Zion M. E. Church, 29th street and Dumbarton avenue, Thursday, March 14. at 3 p.m. Relatives and ac quaintances invited. FLEMING. On March 11. 1912. at 2 a.m., at her home in Baltimore; Md., LULU U. FLEMING, beloved sister of Euclid S. Flem ing. Funeral, private, at Baltimore March 12. 10 a.m. ? FRAXC. On Monday. March 11. 1912, HENRY FRAXC, In his seventy-fifth year. Funeral from his late residence, 736 5th street northwest, Wednesday, March 13. at 2 o'clock S.m. In deference to the wishes of the fam y, kindly omit flowers. FRANC. The members of the Association Oldest In habitants of the District of Columbia are re spectfully Invited to attend the funeral services of our late associate. HENRY FRAXC, at his late residence, 736 5th street, Wednesday, the thirteenth instant, at 2 p.m. THEODORE W. NOYES. President. BEXJ. W. REISS, Recording Secretary. GRISWOLD. On Sunday. March 3. 1912, at the residence of ber daughter, Mrs. C. C. Landon, In Roaring Branch, Pa., Mrs. XAXCY A. GRISWOLD, In the eighty-fifth year of her age. ? JONES. Departed this life suddenly, Sunday, March 10, 1912, at 1 a.m.. PETER JOXES. He leaves a wife, Mary, and a sister, Katie Bolden, to mourn his loss. Funeral from 2023 Vermont avenue northwest at 2 p.m. Friends Invited to attend. ? KRAFT. On Monday. March 11, 1912, at 10:10 a.m., CATHERIXE, beloved wife of the late Conrad Kraft. Funeral from her late residence, 18 6th street northeast, Wednesday, March 13, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. In terment private. 13* LARXBR. On Monday. March 11. 1912, at 3:30 p.m., NOBLE D., jr., belovetfc son of Blanch K. and Noble D. Lamer. Interment private. * MILLER. On March 9. 1912. at 4:40 a.m.. at the residence of her son-ln-lsw, Charles J. Beck. 741 Longfellow street northwest. MARY EVE, beloved wife of the late Chria tlan Miller, surgeon, U. S. A. Funeral from her late residence. Requiem mass at the Church of the Nativity March 12 st 9:30 a.m. Interment private. Omit flowers. (Baltimore papers pleaae copy.) 12* MORRIS. On Tuesday, March 12. 1912. at Cspi tol Heights. Md.. FRAXK G.. beloved hua band of Bertha Morris (nee Johnson). Funeral from the chapel of William H. Sardo & Co., 408 H street northeast, on Thursday. March 14. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment private. POORE. Suddenly, on Monday. March 11, 1812. JOHX MORAN rOOIlE, the beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. David C. Foore (nee Herbert), aged four years. Notice of funeral hereafter. ? BEED. On Sunday. March 10. 1S12. at 6:0a p.m.. at hi* residence. 939 Xew Hampshire avenue northwest, OWEN E., husband of Mary A. Becd (nee Greerei. Funeral from his late residence on Wedn'sdiy, March 13, at 8:30 o'clock, thence to St. Stephen's Church. vihere hi* mass will be nun* for the repose of his ?<?ul st 1> o'clock. Relatives an<l friend* invited to attend. In* ferment In Mount Olivet. 12* REED. Members of Division No. 1. A. O. H.. arc re* quested to attend the funeral of our laic brother. OWEN" REED. Wednesday morning at o'clock* at St. Stepheo'a Church. By order r. T. MOHAN', President. REEVES. On Monday. M.ireh 11. 1H12. at 13 o'clock noon. KUZABCTll. luf.nnt <lnuj;liter of Janie* ('. and Agnes Kt*vis, aj;cd un# year and six months. Funeral services at her parents" residence. 1Xi?J Half street southwest. Weduesdaj. March 13, at 2:30 p.m. ? ROBERTSON. On Mondav. Mar. h 11, 1'?12. AGNKS VIROINI A ROHKRTSOV Inlaut daughter of l>avld and Marg.irct Robertson. Funeral from her parent*' re*idem-e. I'M 1-4'j street uorthea?t. on Wednesday. March at 10 a.m. Intenucut at Mt. <Rivet ceme tery. SARMIKVTO. On Tuesday. Mar.-h 12. H'12. ar the residence of A. 1' ??orilo;i-<'utnmIng. l?OT Desales street. MATILDA. widow oi J. ('. Sarmiento of Caracas. Venezuela. Funeral on Thursday. March 14. at a.m.. at St. Matthew's Church. 13* SIMMS. On Tuesday. March 12. If 12. Mm. JlUA M. SIMMS inee <'relgtiton>. Funeral from the MethodiM Home. ?!ul M street northwest, Thursday. March 14. at II a.m. Interment C*??igressiunal cemetery. * STEVENSON. On Tuesdnv, March 12. 1012, WIIXIAM It. STEVENSON, beloved liu* band of Emily S. Stevensou. ag-d tifiy-two years. Funeral from his late residence. "J 1 K street northeast, on 'nrarwday. March 1-4. at ::0 p.m. Relatives and friend-- are invited. In terment private. SWAN. On Saturdav, Mar.-h !?. 1!?12. at her re?l? dence. Fort Myer. Va . MAMIE M. SWAN, beloved wife of Daniel N. Swan and mother of Daniel N. Swan. Jr.. and Nellie F. Swan Service* aud Interment private. 12 THOMPSON. On March 12. 1U12, at her broth er's Inline. 21?? O street. LFCY C. (lie# Kalneyt. widow of Janice F. Thompson. Announcement of funeral later. ? TRAVIS. On Monday. March 11. 1?12. at hi" residence, ?CJ1 K street northwest, afier a abort Illness. THOMAS J., beloved husband of Lodetna 'I'mvis. Funeral from his lat<* residence Wednesday. March 13. at 11 a.m. TURNER. On Monday, March 11. lit 12. at 0:10 i a.m.. REBECCA, widow of the late J. S. Turner. Funeral from her daughter'* residence, 2.111 Na.v lor road southeast. Wednesday. at 2 o'clock p.m. Relatives and frleuds luvlted. Inter* ment private. ? In Memoriam. BOt'CIIER. In memory of mv husband. THOM AS M. BOl'CHEIt. who departed this lift# five years airo todav. March 12. It*i7. ? MARGARET M. BOl'CHEIt. BOUCHER. In sad Inn loving rciiicinbianoe of my dear brother, THOMAS Rui't'llKR, wh? departed this life March 12. l'*)7. tlve years ago today. ? BY HIS SISTER. MAGGIE MOCK AII RE. C0RBIN. In sad 1>nt loviiip renicnibranee of our son and brother. HENRY t'ORBIN, who dli-d thr?-e years ago todav. March 12, 1!*??. BY HIS DEVOTED FATHER, STEPMOTHER, A.N D SISTEIi BERTH A. CRAWFORD. In sad l>ut loving remembrance of our dear mod and brother. ISAAC 'IMSEY CRAWFORD, who died two years ago. No one knows how we miss him but God. BY HIS MOTHER AND SISTERS. MARTIN. In loving Imt *ad remembrance of mr darling husband, JOHN CHARLES MARTIN, who was suddenly called to heaven four years ago today, March 12. IMS. Although away from me you are g.-ne, I want yon. dear Johnnie; 1 feel so alone. Tired of all that's falso and untrue? Oh. Johnnie, oh, Johnnie, iny heart lores for yon. BY HIS DEAR. LONELY WIFE. HENRIETTA MARTIN. ? N0LTE. In lovlnp remembrance of our dear mother. CHRISTINA NOLTE. who died year ago today, March 12, Hill. Gone, but not forgotten. A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved Is stilled; A place is vacant 111 our home Which never can lie filled ? BY HER CniLDREW. SCHNEIDER. In sad but loving remembrance of LORENA M. SCHNEIDER. beloved daughter of Samuel M. and Mary Burgee, who departed this life one year ago today* March 12. 1011. Oh. the memory of that morning As I stood with acblug heart. Seeing the one I loved so dearly Pierced by death's most cruel dart. BY HER LOVING MOTHER, MARY BURGEE* SCHUMANN. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear husband aud father, EMIL H. SCHUMANN, who died one year ago today* March 12. 1911. How we mourn the loss of one We did our beat to save; Beloved on earth, treasured still, '3 Remembered in his grave. ? He is gone, but not forgotten: * T Never shall his memory fade; 4.' Sweetest thoughts forever linger Around the grave where he is laid. ? BY HIS LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN. SIMONDS. In memory of my beloved wl*, BELLE SIMONDS (nee Radi-lifTi, who paaaeii away eleven years ago today. Sweetest memories of thee shall linger Till in heaven I behold thy face; i Alone unto my Father's will. ? One thought has reconciled. j That He whose love exceeds out* 1 Has taken home His child. Fold her, oh Father, in thine arms, , And let her henceforth be . A messenger of love between My poor heart aud Thee. BY HER HUSBAND. THOMAS. On Momlay. March 11. 1?I2. at 11:25 p.m., at her residence, IT 10 &th street northwest, after a brief illness, SARAH C. THOMAS, widow of the late ijondou R. Thomas and sister of Missle Thouias. mother of Miw. Gertrude White. Mrs. Julia Hall and Mrs. Etta Tllghmau. Forney. Eliza. Sarah, London. Grace aud William Thomas. Calmly ahe passed tUrongli death's dark swell ing tide. With Jesus her companion. His presence her guide. Notice of funeral later. TYLER. In sad hut loving memory of my de voted husband and our dear uncle, SAMUEL M. TYLER, who entered into rest two j cars ago today, March 12. 1#W. Loved in life, in death remembered. ? BY THE FAMILY. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. FRANK OSIER'S SONS, 1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W. Modern chapel. Telephone call North 62ft. JSSST S. H. MINES, SSSL Cine cemetery lots. Attractive terms. 1715 14th STREET. ?rtabllshed 1873. Phone North 1508. George P. Zurlhorst, 801 K. GAP. ST. Established 1857. CHAS. S. ZPRHORST. Mgr^ W. R. SPEARE, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMB, ~ 1 F Street N.W. . i WASHINGTON. D. GL ? J Phones Main Frank A. Speare, Mgr. WM. H. SARDO & CO., FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMER&. 408 H st. n.e. Modern chapel. Phone Lincoln 838. J. WILLIAM LKE, FuneAl Director * and Embslmer. Livery In connection. Gooub*. dloos chapel snd modern crematorium. Modest prices. 882 Pa. are. n.w. Telephone caU J888. Independent Undertaker's Co. (Colored.) A complete funeral for 970.00. 887 L St. a.w. Phone N. 4068. $75 FOR COMPLETE $1150 Funeral. W.W. DEAL & CO.. ;! 818 H STREET N.E TELEPHONE LINCOLN 8484. FRED J. SPINDLER, 7Q N. Y. Ave. N.E. VA* D. J. BREADY CO. Livery* JOHN T. GARNER. Mgr ChapsL 1407 0th st. Phone N. 8787. Joseph F. Birch's Sons* . tv-T QT "M W I>arlor for Funerals. 3034 ^ ? Phone West 06. W. R. Pumphrey & Son, Funeral Directors and Em balm era. 1623 14th at. n.w. Phone North 2060. FUNERAL DESIGNS. Itaneral Designs. Funeral Dealgsa^ ~ GEO. C. SHAFFER, Beautiful floral designs viry reasonable Is prlc*. Pbooe 2*18 Main. 14th and 1 sta. n.w. MONUMENTS. Falvcy Granite Company, ARTISTIC MEMORIAL* F and Eleventh Sts. N.W. The Rupprecht Company Dssigners. Successor to J. W. 127 to 133 Pennsylvania Av& j.