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1^** The Boys' Shop 1 -JD of Washington --- rsr *SSv M iv/J :'\i *3 mm '??"ftW...*. '.v.' The Avenue at Ninth. MOTHERS find exceptional values for little men at Parker-Bridget?the "P-B" high qualities and modest prices mean "ECONOMY" in its fullest sense. We List a Few of the Good Values for Saturday Shoppers. The "Need-Met" $5 Suit With Extra Pants* It is a value that we claim lias no equal?we prove it to you. Stylish, wears exceedingly well and is the equal of higher priced Suits. Wash Stilts* "P-B" Wash Suits* The largest stock we ever offered?you'll be delighted with quantity and quality. Prices? SI.25 to $6.00. $5.00 Bltie Serges. ''P-B" Serges have a great reputation with mothers who consider quality. Once a boy wears a "P-B" Blue Serge? it's always a *'P-B" Serge for him. SPECIAL. Peter Thorrpsoti Style Wash Suits, in white drill, with dark and lieht blue collars. Emblems on sleeves. Price. $3.0U. P.oys' Summer Underwear?the better kinds?at 113c up. Boys' Wooten Pants'; special at S1.0U and 13ms" Guaranteed "Tommyhawk" Hose. JOc pair. Six pairs for $l.<iO. $4 Tan Rubberized Coats, $3.75. Special lot of these Coats for Saturday's quick selling. Summer Pants. Khaki, Linen. Crash and White Duck Pants at 75c and $1.00. Youths' Shirts, 75c and $1 Made for the athletic youth, with broad shoulders and narrow neckband. ? ? ? - Boys' Blouses. "P-B'' styles and qualities at 50c. 75c and $1.00. The Store That Sells W'ooltex, Onyx Hosiery, Centemeri Gloves. me * strut 8=Day May Sale! Standard Merchandise at Average Saving of One Third $30 Suits for Misses and $ 1 9 50 Small Women A splendid showing Saturday in the staple navy blues and blacks?also novelties In tan and gray mixtures and WHITE SERGE. Sizes 14, 16 a/id 18 years?and 34 to 38 bust. No charge for alterations. $15.00 to $25,00 CHIFFOX TAFFETA AND FOULARD SILK DRESSES $10 BEAUTIFUL 50c and 75c NECKWEAR? Including Lace Chemisette's, Venise and l^ace Collars, Jabots, Bows, etc ALL FLOWERS?HALF PRICE. Ribbon Flowers which vie with the real? 00c ones?:i3c.' 73c ones?38c. $1.30 ones?73c. 38c HOSIERY?CHILDREN'S 25c RIBBED STOCKINGS? Boys' and girls"?closing out this department, so they go at 3 pairs, 30c. OUR INDIES' 23c BLACK GAUZE COTTON HOSE with white soles? 3 pairs, $1.00. The Onvx "Wyde"-top Silk Stockings? Extra wide and elastic tops, which give double life to every pair; silk lisle garter top and soles. Regular price, $1.30 pair. All d*. ? sizes. Tan and black. 8-day Sale, pair $1.1^ Equally important items in all departments. Jtjt J*.* J* * ,* 51,< ,< J* J* .JK J* .J* J* .yt JK j* jt jt Jt jt Jg Jt jg jt T. J * *> * * * T@a * *> 5 Tea Cairt?j *: Poirek * * * * * *. T ?J T * r * ? r r a *. t 9 9 * *. Beautiful wicker articles in , white, green and brown fih- , ishes, with floral patterns of < cretonne, affording beautiful < color schemes. Breakfast % Trays with floral patterns to ' harmonize with decorations ' of China Breakfast Sets. ' Electric Lamps from $6.50. ? Trays from S4.00. ^ ESPECIALLY APPROPRIATE FOR FURNISHING OF SUMMER HOMES. ? -fc .surftiini C@o, China, Glass, Silver, Pottery, Porcelain, Etc., 1215 F St. anadl 1214-18 G Sft. if if if jr *? jr >c ?r ?r if*r ?r ir ** a? it ** if ir it >r ?r ^ 1? ir |p j? |p|r * A Large and Representative Showing of Quality Footwear for Men, Women and Children. Our Special Betsy Ross Footwear for Women At $3.50 Smart looking footwear in Pumps, with and without straps; Oxford ITics and Low Button effects. In Black Gun Metal. Yici Kid. Tan Russia Calf. Golden Brown Kid and Patent Kid. Made on specially designed lasts. Our Famous "Edith" Footwear for Women At $3.00 Possesses style and charac ter ; in Pumps, with and with out straps: Oxford' Ties and Low Button effects. In Black Gun Metal. Yici Kid. Tan Rus sia Calf. Golden Brown Kid and White Buckskin Seamless Pumps. Ladies'White Canvas Seamless Pumps and Instep Strap Pumps. In all the smartest styles of heel and 'toes. Footwear that will meet your most exacting requirements. $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 Our KICKER FOOTWEAR for Misses and Children. An extensive showing of Boys' Gun Metal. Tan Russia Calf and Patent Colt in 4-eve let Ties and Low Button. Footwear that will give good service and stand hard knocks. si?, 10 to 511.5? t0 J2.00 J. ?l 7^ ????*??? sizes 1 to 52, $2.50 and $3 Misses' White Canvas and Nubuck Button Boots, Roman Sandals and One and Two Strap Pumps. fiT * 75c and $1.00 ?oT.5.... $1.00 to $1.25 Sires $1.00 and $1.50 foTVl'V. $1.00 to $2 J Misses' and Children's High and Low Shoes and One-strap Pumps, just the thing for school wear. In Tan .Russia Calf, Patent Colt, Gun Metal. foT.1 75c to $1.00 T0Zla 5 $1.00 and $4.50 $1.25and $2.00 ST 11 * $1.50 to $3.00 A Big Value in Hosiery. Ladies' Black and Tan Silk Hosiery. Regular 50c value. 25c1 AMILY SHOE STORE SHOES AND HOSIERY JOS. strasburqer co. 310-312 Seventh St. N.w. WEDDING Decorations. BRIDES' Bouquets. SPECIAL SALE of DOLLAR Carnations, 50c Dozen NOTHER "Carnation Day" at Blackistone's. Large sup ply of fresh-cut, fragrant blooms, regularly $1 dozen, ' SPECIAL SATURDAY, 50c. Phone Main 3707. | If You Want a | g Quality Whisky choose % % Made from the choicest i =& grain, distilled in copper and i ? aged in wood. A whisky V whose superior qualities have won commendation u from recognized judges of $>. good whisky. sjjs Sole Distributer. '? | D. J. O'CONNELL, | y; 636 Pa. Ave. Phone M. 76L x " Lace Curtails f % Laundered That's one of our special ties. All the original filmi ness retained. We handle them with the same tender ness you would bestow. Our care in laundering is best shown in our treat ment of these delicate fine fabrics. "Let our wagon call. West End Laundry,] 11723=25 Pa. Ave. N.W. Phone M. 2321. Minimi Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails, Flat Foot, Etc., Need never worry you. Once you realize the relief we give you the name GEORGES will be Impressed on you as masters of their craft. One visit will convince you. no matter what efforts you have made or who ;.ou have consulted for foot relief. Hesitate no longer. GEORGES & SON (Incorporated). CHIROPODISTS. 1214 F Street. Tnim iniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiininii "See Et2 and see better.' EDWIN H. ETZ, Optician. 1003 Q Street eECKERs Becker's Steamer Wardrobe Trunk. Thin Compact, Perfectly Ana need Wardrobe Trunk carries more rlotbea and keep* them in better condition thaa any ordinary trunk. It trill out your European baggage expense in It ha* double the capacity of any wardrobe trunk of the same aiie. ? Ome and look at this Steamer Wardrobe Trunk and haTc us point out its many advantages. Price, $40. Becker's Leather Goods Co., j 324-1326 F St. N.W. Aillisissiaililllifisfsilfasillilll^ 81 Ladies Find tsi.1 ERMATINE ; n the best complex- ? ; ion protector. g tit t1 ^ ? Marvelous in its effect#?clears the E ijTI skin, keepa it firm and smooth. Pre- m m rents Injuries from sun and jj R wind. Free from grease. Bot- 2 %C *? ?t tie " niir3 ? ? CTKeep "Dermatlne" on hand. ^ | a*'Tihiom pson Pharmacy,! S Frank C. Henry, Prop., 703 15th ? iMiiiiKifsmnaHiiinxiigfnfiiinm" H. M. HAAS, Ladies' Tailor, 1211 F St. N.W. Removal Sale. Previous to REMOVAL, to our new home at 612 13th St. N.W. About May i, We wijl sacrifice all our $45.50 and $00 _ _ Ladies" -Suits, made ^/fb to your order at Linen Suits, $15 00 and up. We guarantee every detail. First of May at 612 13th st. n.w. IT B u T T E R James F. Oyster, 9th & Pa. AV? All Markets. YOU CAN T GO WRONG ?on any of the brands of Butter we handle? both quality and prices are ALWAYS satisfac tory. Order in person, by mail or phone. Prompt delivery. CfTry a 5-lb. box of our noted "F O U R - L E A F CLOVER" Creamery Butter. 1 I'll. M. 4820. | We re PERFECTLY CONFIDENT Chocolates, | 40c Lb. | Taffies, I 20c Lb. % % Caramels, | 30c lb. | Ogram's S****i3th & Pa. Ave. ***** ?that a trial will ? at once Impress you with the bu p e riority of our Candies. They could not be a whit better did we ask double the prices. 100 per cent PURE ?made on the prem ises?a pan ful at a time all day long. tV D o z e ns of varieties. *?*****#*?*?****???????*?* Capital $1,000,000 & Undivided profits over 1,000,000 Deposits over -... 6,000,000 The size of THE DEPOSIT ?made has no bearing on the character of the service rendered at this bank. Let us demonstrate that this is the BEST bank for YOU, whether you have much or little to deposit. ?CSame rate of interest 011 both large and small accounts. National Savings and Trust Company, Corner 15th and N. Y. Ave. rOKTT-SIXTH TEAK. J* THE CORSET SHOP. Tie best place Id Washington to bur Corsets. All the latost and best styles In PBONT AND BACK LACE?WABNER, GLORIA. RENOO BELT. Exclusive agency for the GOSSARD FRONT LACE. Brassier* and all accessories. Corsets cleaned and repaired. Expert fitters. Beady-to-wear Hats, $5.00, $7.50 aad $10.00. E. L. OODDARD. ? . 1112 O ST. n . ? MARRIED ON WEDNESDAY. MISS DORK ITT SMITH. W ho married Mr. A. W. Manon of California at her h?iue. COLONIAL DAMES TO BE RE CEIVED BY MBS. TAFT. Two Recent Weddings Announced. Other Events?Per sonals. Mrs. Taft will receive the Colonial Dames this afternoon at the White House. Mrs. Robert M. Thompson is booked to sail for Europe May 113. Col. Thompson expects to join her abroad in June. The marriage of Mips Jennie Crocker of San Francisco and Mr. Ttfalcolm D. Whit man of New York city will take place in the early summer at Burlingame, Ca!., twenty miles from San Francisco. Rela tives and guests will go from New York for the event. ' Miss Crocker, who spent several weeks with Mrs. Alexander, who announced the engagement, Is now in San Francisco. Mr. Whitman will go to Chicago in the last week of June to attend the mamage of Miss Adelaide Chatfieid-Taylor. daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart C. Chatticld Taylor, to his brother, Mr. Hcnd ricks H. Whitman of Brookline, Mass.. June 28. at Lake Forest. After the wedding he will go on to the Pacific coast. The Abracadabra Club held its regular meeting Wednesday evening at Mrs. Brumbaugh's, IKKi Massachusetts avenue. The program included vocal solos. Mrs. Abbic Woodbury Hawes. and a paperi "The Braddock Trail." by Mr. A. Y. Casa nova. Mrs. J. Alfred Merritt entertained at a tea at her apartment at Stoneleigh Court yesterday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Wil liam Read, president of the Maryand Colonial Dames, and the- Maryland delegates. The rooms were elaborately decorated in the colonial colors. Mrs. Cowles Tucker and Mrs. Le Roy Percy, wife of Senator Percy of Mississippi, serv ed frappe and Miss Ella Lorraine Dorsey served 'punch. The Congressional Club will entertain Mrs. Anna Lazeat Allen today, who will give recitations. At tea time Mrs. Roberts, the president, will be assisted by Mrs. Smoot of Utah, Mrs. Sterling of Illinois, Mrs. Stephens of Minnesota, Miss Flnley of South Carolina. Miss Barchfeld Pennsylvania and Miss Ayres of Kew York. Mrs. Smith of Michigan and Mrs. Smith of Texas will be vis-a-vis at the tea table. Mrs. Margaret M. Loeffler announces the marriage of her daughter. Marie Louise, to Mr. Earle Wayne Robinson, ensign, U. S. N., Wednesday, May 1, in Philadelphia. Mrs. Loeffler and her daughter spent the past winter at the Ontario. The bride has a large ac quaintance in this city. Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Ragland sailed on the Pannonia for Naples last Thursday, passing through Italy and Switzerland to Ootha, Germany, on a visit to Mrs. Rag land's parents and relatives in Germany. Mrs. Ragland Is well known in Germany and England as Fraullne Ida P. Scudo. They will return through France and sail from England about August 1. Master Joseph Ragland will accompany them on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. E. Leonard Evans en tertained yesterday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock in honor of the second birthday of their daughter, Marjorie Jane Evans. Among those present were Constance Morgan. Alice Erwin, H. Annabel Linthi cum, Mary Sisson, Mrs. Saunders, Mrs. Charles Morgan, Mrs. Walter Erwin, Mrs. Clarence Linthicum and Mrs. Joseph Sis son. Miss Frances May Katz of Baltimore, Md., 1b enjoying a two-week stay with her relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Block, 1330 Fairmont street northwest. Mrs. Charles O. Foster, Miss Mary C. Foster. Miss Susan -C. Foster, Mrs. John J. Myers and Miss Hewitt are at th^ Chalfonte, Atlantic City. A pleasant time was spent at the home of Miss Marian Burns. 12 D street south east, last evening, when she entertained her friends in honor of her eighteenth ' birthday anniversary. The hostess re j ceived a number of presents, among which were a diamond ring from her par j ents and a beautiful bracelet from her aunt. Games and music were indulged in and refreshments were served at a late hour. Among those present were: Misses May Perry. Naomi Taylor. Ethel Robey, Marie Ryan, Ellen Richards. Maude Em met, Camille Boswell, Leah Kauffman. Messrs John Robey. Conrad Kauffman. Aubrey Luddy, Paul Miller, Andrew Blyde, Ralph Orr. Mr. Langley and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Power. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnson announce the marriage of their daughter, Anna M.* and air. Eugene D. Grove. The Octadae Club entertained at five hundred at the residence of Mr. Harry E. Rieseberg. 1744 Jackson street northeast. Wednesday, May 1. After several hours of play the tally cards were called in, and it was found that the highest scores were made by Misses Boudoin and Mills. Suita ble prizes were given for first and second places. Among those in attendance were Misses Melick, Welde. Tobin. Nickles. Huss. Cramer, Goepfert. Moudoin, Mills. Strong and Messrs. Busey, Furbershaw, Nickles. Bruce, Knapp. Bradley. Birkle. Poynton, Cake, Starr and Rieseberg. The next regular meeting of the olub w 11 he held at the residence of Mr. A. P. Starr, 120 Randolph place northwest, May 'J A pretty but quiet wedding took place Wednesday at noon at the home of the bride's parents. Representative and Mrs. Sylvester C. Smith, on Ontario place, when their daughter. Miss Dorritt. was united in marriage to Mr. A. W. Mason ot Bakerstleld. Cal. The double ring cere monv was performed by Rev. Samuel H. Woodrow of the First Congregational Church of this city. On account of the illness of Representative Smith only the immediate relatives and friends of the family were present. Little Natalie Needham.^ daughter of Representative and Mrs. Xeedham, was the ring bearer. The bride was attired in white satin, with a brocade court train, with trimming of Irish point lace and pearls. The bridal veil was of tulle with a cap of pearls, and the bouquet was bride roses and lilies of the^ valley. Mr. and Mrs. Mason left on the after noon train to spend their honeymoon visiting relatives in Omaha. Neb.; Colo rado Springs and Chicago, before going to Bakersfit'ld. Cal., where they have a home ready for them. The minister from Sweden and Mme. Ekengren entertained at a box party at the Belasco last night. Their guests were the Austrian ambassador* and Baroness Hengelinuller, Mr. and Mrs Archibald Barkilie of Philadelphia. Mme. Hauge. Miss Gladys Hinckley, Mr. Boris Arsenieff of the Russian ^em bassy and Mr. Schmolck of the Neth erlands legation. The German ambassador and Countess von" Bernstorff will go to New York Mondav , as the latter sails the fol lowing day for Germany on the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse. Miss Frances Lippitt will give a danc ing party tonight. V The following births have been re ported to the health office in the past twenty-four hours: Ralph C. and Amy Wilton, boy twins. Frank B. and Mary Whitaker, girl. Thomas J. and Mary Ahearn, girl. Clifford T. and Rhoda R. Brioe. boy. Charles and Blanche Burch. boy. Monroe G., jr.. and Jeannie L. Chew, bWalton C. and Raymond J. Carroll, boy. Harry L. and Lillian McCormick, girl. Charles and Noney Mason, girl. Godfrev W. and Susie Seton, girl. Blair H. and Cecil Riggles, girl. Wallace and Roxie Penn. boy. Jessie and Hattie Brown, girl. Joshua and Lavinia Meredith, boy. I MARRIAGE LICENSES. Marriage licenses have been Issued to the following: Jackson Q. Force and Lillian Sturm. William R. Lusby and Frances* M. Hun gerford. Clarence Bailey and Susie HUI, both of Cedar Grove, Md. - Wilbur E. King of Columbus, Ohio, and Effle B. Nelson of this city. I OEATHS REPORTED. *! The following deaths have been reported to the health office in the past twenty four hours: Mary A. Young. 70 years, 1522 R street northwest. Grace I. Neely, 1 year. 108 4th street southeast. George T. O'Neill. 40 year?, 2322 Minne sota avenue southeast. James Ray, 68 years, Freedmen's Hos pital. . Stella Watson, 45 years. Casualty Hos pital. . Lola M. Burlingame, 32 years, 1443*4 A street southeast. Charles W. Cheek, 44 years, 201 E street southeast. Edwin L. Stough, 44 years, *>23 3d street northwest. Jane Woodson, 45 years, Washington Asylum Hospital. Lizzie Plummer, 32 years. Columbia, Hospital. Mary H Payne, 32 years. 1812 L street northwest. Ethel Reed, 3 months, 354 F street southwest. William Robinson, 5 months, a4 Fenton street northeast. James Proctor, 2 days, Freedmen s Hospital. Vivian Robinson, 3 days, 1- reedmen s Hospital. . . Harold Wilson, ?5 days, * reedmen s Hospital. ? __ _ , Josephine Dent. 2 days, Freedmen s Hospital. ' ' ' " ' * Infant of James D. and Josephine Camp bell, 1 day. 1114 G street northeast. Officer Gets Hero Medal. For the rescue of two men at Venus point, in the Savannah river, last Au gust. a gold medal has been awarded to Third Lieut. ?. S. Y-eandle of the revenue rutter service. Lieut. Yeandle is attached to the revenue cutter Yamacraw. DIED. BEAMAX. On Thursday, May 2. 1912. at 12:30 p.m., Ll'CY r... beloved wife of Mills Bea iqau anil the devoted mother of Rev. J. N.. W. I,. Beamao. Mrs. Mary E. Steward, E, W. ami P. A. Beaman. ? ?? . , Funeral scrrirfs Saturdij. Mar 4, 1:30 orlook p.m.. lit her *on'n residence, 413 T street ? northwest. Friend* and relative* invited. ? BOUCHER. On Thursday, May 2, 1*12, at bis t I reaidenee. Lanfley, Va.. JOHN K. BOUCHER. Jr.. k?iI thirty-eight rnr?. Funeral frmn hli litr ml4nc* Satordav, Mar J. at 2 p.m. Intfnmt at LewlnavitV Va. Relative. and friends invited. ? BRADT On WedneMar. May 1. 1H12. In l#% Anreie*. Cal.. ORLANDO W. BRADT. for merly ?f George'own. D. C., age<l flfty-nin* years. Notioe of funeral hereafter. 4 CARNFY. On Wednesday. Mav 5. I!?12. *;4s ? in.. S A HA II DAVIS IARNfcY <nee Bladen, In the slity-flrat year of Mr ace. tunerui fr?m , h#. r*il<lfnrc of her daughter. lfattk* I.. Gnfhan, 1717 Ntw Jerwr ntnn^ northwest on Saturday. May 4. at 2 o'd?t T'.m. Relatives and friend* invited to at tend. ? CR1 MMF.Y. Entered mtn l-eat after a abort ill IT" ?' aente imllgeatum. at b!a reaiden.e. l'o?i ?* **"*?*?t. at 11:45. Mit 1. ???????? triumph of faith. CHARLES ' KCMMr.Y. l*:??eft father of Aanie lenkins and aon of the late WUllam and Diana Croat rney. brother of tj* Ute Marr F. of Rrbee*-* Da via and Etmua Miller. Prayers at the house 1 oVJoek Sunriat Mar V Funeral from Metropolitan Zior We'tier thnirh. D ?tre?t hetw??en 2i>l and :ird atreet* aoutfcwest. Sur^lir. 5. at 2 p m. R?la tivea and friends inietted to attan<l. 4* DENT. On Friday. May 3. 1912. at 4 1? a.m.. at the residence of her aides: aon. W illi* rn . Ifc*nr. 1 12T. I*?t.h north!*#?I. MAR\ J.. widow ?f Dr. Addi?on Dent, aged elg'tir three. Funemi services llnraUr. Miv ?;. at II ? m. sf Imms.ulate inception ? :hnrch Interment private. (Fiedrriik. Md., papers pi*??* ??opr. 1 ?,? FISHFR. On Wednesdsr. Mar |. I??i2 CHRIS TINE C.. beloved wife nf'.lafca Fisher. age*, forty-nine r^art. Funeral from her late reaidence. inftl Florida *T*;np$ DVtKpaat. Saturday. Mar 4. at 2 n m lnterui?iit al Ro?-k Otrlt cemetery. 3 HOMSTEAD On Wednesday. Mtr 1 1912 at II a.m.. MARIA A., beloved wife of William Hotustead and sister of Alice Kllia and the late ISarah A. William*. Funeral from Window'?. . ha pel Saturday. Mar 4. nt 1 o clock. Relatives atid friend* 'n ?itfd. ? KANE. On Friday morning. Mar .1.' HM2. at 1:>0 a.ni,. DAN IKK. the l>e]oved husband of , . the late Catharine Kane and father of the late Dennis Kaue and Marr F. Thorn uiee Kane 1. Fnneral from liia late residence. 1412 ."5th street northwest. thence to Holr Trinity Church, where solemn high rain will lie antic for the repose of hi* soul at ft o'clock. 5* Ll.'CAS. On Thursday. Mar 2. Iftl2. NANNIR I'' CAS inee tflBfje), beloved wife of Ueor^e H. Ixicaa. aged sl*ty-fonr years. Funeral fi-om her late resident. No. V>01 Q street D-irtiieast. Rerninj;. f?. Satrirdar. Mar 4. at 2 o'clock p.m. Interment tpriratet at Uletrwood cemetery. (Claries <ounty, Md.. papers please copy.i ? QBKRHOLT7.. 'hi Thursday. Mar 2. 1912. AI.MA M. OBKRHOI.TZ. itelotcd ilaii(;hter of Mrs. Charles N. Buckland. Funeral Monday. May at S;r.i* am. froro her late residence. R"; r,rd str??ei northwest. Ma^a at St. Aloytiius Church at W a.m. I>la tlrea and frienda inrited. r>* BAY. On Wednesday. May I. 1012. at ft p.m . FA-MH* RAY.- Itr the- sixt*-Dtmh rear of h a ac?. Funeral Saturday. May 4. at 2 oV-hxk p.m.. rn?tn chapel of .1. William l.ee. undertaker. ?-"-2 1'ennsyirania arenue rorihwest. Rela tives and friend* Invited to attend. ? REFD. tin Thursday. M*r 2. Iftl2. at 2 1ft a.m.. tiEORtSK FRANKLIN RKF.D. ared twenty six rears, son of F.lita I.indaey and IVter C. Lindner. Funeral from the residence of. bla mother. 431 2nd street southwest. Kni.day. Mar 5, at 2 p.m. Frientla and relatlres inrited. <? RL'BEN'ACKER. On Friday, Mar 3. 1912. at hi* residence. 214 Q street northtreat, IIENRY RURENACKER. Funeral on Monday. May C. at 2 p.m. Iaterment Rock Creek cemetery. Private. TAI.BOTT. On Wedaeadar. Msr 1. 1912, a; hi* hume in Rockrille. Md.. HATTER8LF.Y W. TALBOTT, in his sixty-ninth year. Funeral at hia late kume Saturday. May 4, at 1:4^ p.m. THORNTON. On Thursday. Mar 2. 1912. at his residence, ?(?'. New Hampshire arenn*. P. I.. W. THORNTON. Funeral from Epiphany Church at* 2 p.m. Satur day. Mar 4. Friends and relatives <ordialij inrited. ? Tl'RLEY. Departed this life on Thurtday. May 2. Iftl2. at her r<<aiden.e. 151 Proriden<-"a street. Irr city. JOIIANA Tl'RLEY. helovad nu'itber of J. Uarduer Turley. aged elghty flre yeara. Funeral fr.-wn the Nineteenth Street Buptiat Church, lftth and I streets northwest, on Snn day. May 5. at 1 p.m.. Rev. Walter Brook*, pastor. WASHINGTON. Departed thia life Mar 1. 1932. at 12 o'cloi-k noon, at ber residence. 20^ Sth street northwesi. MARY A. WASHING TON. beloved mother of Geo. W. Washing ton. Mai9 K. Williams. Mutihla and Margie Washington. Ethel Rohinson. Harrison C. and Nettle WasbinirtAn. sister of Charles M<-D. Oarter. Lizr.ie Nelson and Virginia Stewart. Funeral from Zion Baptiat Church. F street t>e ttreen "rd and 4'* streets southwest. Sunday. May 5, at 1 o'>lo<-k i?.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. 4* 111 Memoriam. Bl'FCHUNG. Jn ?ad hnt loving renaemhraa)-* of our dear father. JOHN B. Bl'F.CHLINO. who departed thia life ooe year ago todaj. May 3. 1911. In silem-e he aufTered. In patience he liore. Till God called him home To t-ufTer no more. How we hare misseii him none can tell; Oft have our eyes been wet: I O'M- father we loved so wel' We never can forget. BY HIS LOVING CHILD REX. Bl'SCHING. In menvfrr of our belored mother. DORF.TTA II. Bl'SCHING. who fell aaleej* one *ear ago todar. May n. 1911. and on" devoid f*ther. HENRY C. Bl'SCHING. who departed this life twelve years ago. July ?, 1900. Hard we strove to keep them with n*. But love and skill were all in vain: We had to lay dear mother and father "Neath the graveyard sud away. ? LIZZIE AND LILLIK. DORSET. In loring remembrance of our ilariing mother. GEORGF.ANNA DORSF.Y. who da parte<l thia life three years aro tcJay. Slay 3. 1909. Sleep or, our darling mother, Jesus has taken you liomf: For He Vnowt* Ix-a; ? He has given r?>-i rest. In yonder happy land. FROM HER CHILDREN. CHARLES. JEN NIB AND ALBERT. AND DAUGHTEK-IN-I.AW. KSTEI.LA DORSEY. ? HANSBOROFGH. In sad but loring remem brance of our dear son and brother. JOHN HAV8BOROCGH. who departed this life oaa year ago today. May 3, 1911. In the graveyard, gently sleeping. Lies the one we loved ao dear; We are left alow and weeping On this earth ao sad and drear. ? , BY HIS MOTHKR AND BROTHER. RICE. Sacred to the memory of my dtar brother. WILLIAM RICE, who departed thia life three years ago. May 3. 1909. May God'a angela ever guide thee In thy peacefnl. blessed sleep. ? BY HIS SISTER. LFCINDER LEWIS. 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS. J. WILLIAM LKK, Kuoeral Director and Eaabalmrr. Livery la connectloe. Tnaaiaa (ttoua chapel and modern crematorium. Madaat yrteaa. 832 Pa. are. n. w. Telepboaa call ltB. SAVE AT LEAST $75. NORTHWEST UNDERTAKERS CO.. <45 Florida Ave, n.w. tCnlored.l North 1111 FRED J. SPINDLER; TO N. Y. Ave. N.E O. J. BREADY CO. Livery. JOHN T. GARNER, iter. 1MT 9th at. ftoaa K. ITW. W. R. Pumphrey & Son. Vvaaral Dtrectora a ad ftahil?ra IBS 14th at. ?.?. Phaoa North MM. P. A. LOMAX* JR. 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