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NEW YORK. WASHINGTON PARIS. . Julius Garfinkle & Co. 1 t t t i Superior facilities for storing Furs, Fur-lined Garments, Robes, etc. + ! + WOMEN'S SUITS This Sale of Suits at $25.00 and $35.00 Would be regularly priced from $45.00 to $78.|go, Is the most notable we have ever held. The materials are men's wear serges in black, navy blue, white, black with white stripe, blue with white stripe. Also a number of charm ing Taffeta and Satin Suits. These suits not only represent the very newest ideas, but in most every instance are advance styles, which will be worn during the coming fall and winter. The sizes to be'found among these suits are 32. 34. 36, 38. 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. If you are in need of a suit, it is to your in terest to see these before making your purchase. F Street, Corner 13th. + + + $ + II11IHII11** I f-1 M'?t"W n T'H'l 11*1 cwrjaf m 90V&V soy op Emjoy a Couclh Hammock Prices Begin at $6.75. The very best of construction?made of Khaki, with National Springs; resting on helical springs at the ends; care fully upholstered seat?wind-shield and ropes for hanging. Iron Frames and Canopy Tops at little extra cost. This $115 Library $ Table 110 CExartly as illustrated.) In addition to its effective de sign?it Is remarkably w^tl made. Golden Oak or Mahogany finish; highly polished; center drawer that works smoothly and wide shelf for books. Well patterned for use in any room. Nearly 22 Years' Experience in Handling Valuable and Fragile Articles of Household Use. Rooms, $2.50 up to $50. Dry CoW Storage Rooms. Safe Deposit Vaults. Special Automobile Dept. Foreign Forwarding Dept. Consolidated Carloads to Pacific Coast. Jtaurftg Jfoopagp Cjompang Formerly Stowage Dept. American Security and Trust Co., 111140 Fifteenth Street. Warehousemen=Paclors==Forwarding Agents. JS^QUALITY CONSIDERED, our prices are abso lutely THE LOWEST quoted anywhere at any time. ii Period" Furniture. Mahogany Bedroom Suite. Colonial Design, Handsomely Carved FOR THE selection of high-class reproductions in Period Furniture, our stocks offer exceptional op portunities, embracing, the finest specimens of Co loniaJ, Sheraton, Hepplewhite, Adam, Flanders and other classic types. Henderson Furniture reveals its quality best by COMPARISON. Call and inspggt our exhibit, remem bering that such inspection will imply no obligation to purchase. R.W. & J. B. Henderson, Fine Furniture, Wall Papers, Curtains, Draperies, Etc., 1109 F St., Through to 1108 G St* ai?t??>m?ccc?mg?i?iiii?iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiMimijiiwiBmwa> Women's Highest Grade $ $3.50 to $5 Low Shoes ^ o UST when you need them for the "FOURTH"?and to take away with you on your vaca tions?we've reduced the price on over '50 styles of our highest grade $3.50, $4 and $5 Women's Low Shoes. ? Simply because it's time to begin cutting down Surplus Stocks?the fol lowing kinds go at $2.95?for a few days only:? IT A A/C 10 handsome styles Tan Rtwsia Calf Pumps. Ankle-Strap u vO Pumps. Bluofcer an<l Button Oxfords?I.ow or High Heels. U-U U HP Try C* 12 superh kinds of White Nnbiick and 'White Sea yry ril If II jr*.^ Isle DiH'k Button Boots?1'unips?and Low Heel Tumps. Any desired shape. D V A fits' C? 24 striktng styles of Black Satin and Velvet. Demi ^H\. O Calf and Patent Colt?Plahi Toe Pumps? Wing Tip wan 'Si' effects. I.ow or hljrh heels. all *the most Any of above $3.50 to $5 values $2.95 OA?ir Big'Sia&ps* fforW sdwesdlaiy &TK wsdl&y ? ktmls Women's $2 Grade BLACK VICI KTI> Turn Sole or Extension Sole Oxft?rdB and 1 or 3 Strap Slipper*. 6 natty styles Women's P Grade WHITE DUCK n m p s . Ankle - Strap Pumps or Tie* ? with wood or leather heels. 12 pretty $2 Grade styles Mimes' White. Black, Tan and Patent Instep or Ankle Strap Pump* and Ties?sixes up to 2. Men's and Boys' WHITE PUCK or GRAY ? COVERT CLOTH Hijh and Low Shoes. Women's and Children's cool WHITE I>UCK An kle-Strap - Pumps and Tiwi. Women's BLACK KID Street or House Slippers ?plain or with straps. Boys' and Girls' Good year-stiteihed BAREFOOT SANDALS, made of stout calf, with oak soles? well protected sides. Sizes up to 2. Women's White, Black or Nnvy Blue BATHI&W OXFORDS or SANDALS. Boys' and Girls' Good wearing BAREFOOT SAN DALS?and Infsnts' Hand tarn Sandals. Sixes to 2. Boye' and Girls' TEN NIS OXFORDS?3 colors ?sixes to 2. Infants' cute little AN KLE TIES ? in white, black, brown or patent leather ? soft or hard soles. Sixes to 6. Cor. 7T? ano k. sTah 1914-1916 Pa/Ave. 233 Pa. Ave. 5.E. * Y Bbilipsbom THE OUTER. A GARMENT SHOP 608 TO 614 ELEVENTH STREET. Reduced Prices in . . ? . ? ? ? Coat Department. ^ Reduced prices are in effect on all coats. Coats for all occasions^ motoring, steamer, street, sport and diress wear. Tlhe season's latest models are represented?in all colors and fabrics that fashion says "correct," Some of the reductions are listed below: $5.00 for $8.50 Striped Blazers. $6.75 for $8.50 Red Norfolks. $7.50 for $10.00 Satin Throw Capes. $10.00 for $15.00 Voile Throw Capes. $14.75 f?r $22-5? Coats. $19.75 for $30.00 Coats. $25.00 for $40.00 Coats. $ X f * X i x Y t T I i y r X v y y y y y y y I y T y y 9 Just say TTTTHEN YOU DRINK HIRES you are * * carried back to boyhood days?the days when you tramped merrily through field and forest. In its fine combination of Nature's essences, you detect all of those good things that used to delight your taste. Roots, barks, herbs, the sap of fragrant flowers and trees, blend together to make this best of all drinks. Absolutely pure, healthful, and mighty good to the taate. Hires is the genuine rootbeer. A natural tonic?but not a trace of drugs. Sparkling from my fountain?Sc. At your homo in bottlt, earbonatmtL NEW FAST TRAINS LINES Three Elegant Trains Dally for Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis With Connections for All the WEST Leave WASHINGTON 3:11 p.n., 8:35 p.m., 11:10 p.m. G. M. BOND, O. P. A., Chesapeake * Ohio R. R., 1339 F Street If Yoo Are a Trifle Sensitive A boot the sis* of your shoes, many people ran wear shoes one site smaller bj shaking Into them Allen's Foot Ease. the antiseptic powder for the feet. It makes tight-fitting or New Shoes feel easy, and gives rest and * comfort to bot, tired. ? wo 11 em, aching feet. _ Try It today. Sold ererywlwra, Bft accept any sabs tl tots. Best wagons. ?Young's Wagons i built and inexpensive T. E. Young, SKr^TS."*'' attractive, well ?? Kelly-Spring field Tires They HAVE to be the BEST tires made to live up to the name that the Kelly Springfield Carriage Tires made famous. Kelly-Springfield Tire Co. 1730 14th St. N.W. imminmiiiiininiinminiiininnmimtt $5 Invisible Bifocals Sell everywhere at $10 and $15. Made In one piece: cannot separate, show lines of cement, blur or (rather dirt. Our special price per pair, fitted to your eyes vv Byes examined l>ee. A. KAHN, 935 F St. Pennsylvania R. R. (C AA Seashore ?wiUU Excursions EVEnY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY June 14 to September 14 WASHINGTON TO Atlantic City, Cape May Wildwood, Holiy Beach, OceamClty.Sei -Isle City or Stone Harbor, N. J. Tickets good on all regular trains, and to return uufll the follom-lne Tuesday. Inclusive. DELAWARE RIVER BRIDGE ROUTE Only All-Rail Line. UNCOMMON ' WEDDING GIFTS ?Need Not Be ?Expensive ?as a visit to The Tile Shop will demonstrate to your satisfaction. Our collection of odd and beautiful home fur nishings, while absolutely unique in its way, is so priced as to be attractive to all. J. H. Corning, THE TILE SHOP, 520 13th?Just Below F. The Wedding Cake should not only be superfine in quality, but a work of art as well. We are famous for the beauty of our designs. Fleur de Lys Wedding Cake boxes, filled with finest iced cake, a specialty. BUDD'S, Confectioner and Caterer, 510 9th St. N.W. No Branches. New Phone M. 1032. Hot Water for the Summer Bath in 15 Minutes. 25-foot Double Copper Oril Gas Water Heater. Installed ? | E nn complete v? *>? W Porcelain Lined, Roll Rim Rath Tabs, combination Fuller spigots. Installed com plete, $20.00 and $25.00 for this munth only. All strictly guar anteed. MAI RICK J. COLBERT, 621 F ST. N.W. ? DO YOU PERSPIRE? Would the Comfort of Perfectly Dry Armpit* Appeal to Youf "Dry-P'tts" I Ait ion used as directed will within about a week completely emancipate you from hot. uncomfortable, smelly dress shields, the u*e of deodorirers. etc., and the money spent for them saved! It Is a boon to the man or woman who needs It. Does not permanently stop perspiration, beltyc effective only while being used, but It la marvel ous and harmless as water. Regular sire l>ottle costing $1.00 will keep you comfortable for months. Trial size. 25e. will prove It to you. For sale by WOODWARD A LOTHROP. MISS WATSON DECOYS FLIBT. Daughter of Johns Hopkins Profes sor in Sociological Work. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., June 25.?Miss Marie Watson, a graduate of the 1912 class at Magill University, Montreal, and daughter of a professor at Johns Hop kins University, Baltimore, told in the municipal court yesterday how Charles Bloomberg tried to flirt with her on the street and take her to a dance hall. Miss Watson, who is in Minneapolis Studying sociological conditions, was de tailed by Emtlie Gloreaux, a policewoman, to serve as a decoy to the flirt, and his conviction by the court followed her tes timony. ? Ministers' Alliance Meets. Mount Bethel Baptist Ministers' Alli ance of the District of Columbia and vi cinity met in the Mount Zion Baptist Church, 13th and D streets northeast, last night. Devotional exercises were conducted by the Rev. A. Gun, Rev. J. A. rfavlor, Rev. %W. T. Lane and Rev. Wright. Rev. W. D. Jarvis, president of the alliance, preached a sermon. Thera were twenty-five ministers preaeat at the , . ; ?. ? - - ? "*3* ? ? . \v IN THEWORLD OF 9X3ETY MISS TAFT AUD KB. ROBERT TAFT 00 WEST. Here and There With Otlier Nota bles?Weddings?Per sonals. The President and Mrs. Taft have fixed on July 3 for the date of their departure for Beverly. Mass., where the latter and the family will spend the summer. Miss Taft and Mr. Robert Taft started last night for Cincinnati to visit their aunt and cousins and to take part in the elaborate program of entertainment which will precede the marriage of Miss Harriet Anderson and Mr. Hugo de Fritsch Saturday next. Mrs. Whitelaw Reid had the pleasure of preventing five well known American women last night at the last and most brilliant court of the season, at Bucking ham Palace, one which had been ar ranged for May 20, but was omitted on account of the death of the Danish king. They were Mrs. Franklin MacVeagh, wife of the Secretary of the Treasury; Mrs. E. T. 9totesbury of Philadelphia, Mrs. Bar ton French of New York, Miss Rose Dex ter of Boston, Miss Gladys McMillan of Colorado Springs and Mrs. Ira Nelson Morris of Chicago. The queen wore pale blue satin, em broidered with gold, and a train of cloth of silver with a gold design Interwoven. She wore a pearl and diamond orown, with the Kohlnoor and lesser South African gems, and the Order of the Garter. Mrs- MacVeagh was regally attired. Her dress was of pale gray satin with deep old Italian lace - flounces and her train of gray satin and velvet brocade was embroidered with silver. Her tiara, collar, necklace and bodice ornaments were all pearls and diamonds. Mrs. Stotesbury put some thought and care in the splendid dress she wore. It was of silver brocade of princess shape and trimmed with Viennese lace. The lace train was embroidered with gold In a grapevine design over a silver cloth lining, drooping from the shoulders with diamond sprays of laurel design. Her ornaments were three magnificent strings of pearls, a large diamond collar and a diamond tiara. Mrs. Stotesbury's gown and Jewels both attracted much atten tion. the former being one of the most magnificent seen at any of the courts. Mrs. Barton French wore a dress of violet and silver brocade, rose, shamrock and thistle design, with a draped skirt over a violet velvet petticoat and a train trimmed with diamante lace. Her tiara, necklace, earrings and pendants were dia monds. Miss McMillan was dressed in white chifTon trimmed with diamante lace, with a train of white lace lined with silver. Miss Dexter's dress was of blue and black satin -with white brussels lace flounces and a train of black velvet with brussels lace and pearls. The marriage of Miss Flora Ethel To iler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Tozler, and Mr. William Abbott Hardy of Andover, Mass., last evening in Calvary Methodist Church, Columbia road, was witnessed by a large gathering of their friends. A short musical program pre ceded the ceremony, at which Rev. J. T. Ensor officiated. Mr. Roy Hardy, Mr. Philip Hardy, brothers of the bridegroom; Mr. Robert Tracy, Mr. Edward Anderson and Mr. Joseph Neilson were ushers and preceded the bride, her father and her attendants to the scene of the ceremony. The bridal gown of white charmeuse, trimmed with shadow lace, was caught with orange blossoms on the skirt and a tulle veil crowned with orange blossoms. She car ried a shower of lilies ?f the valley. Her matron of honor, Mrs. Joseph Peake, wore pale blue crepe meteor caught on the skirt with pink satin roses and car ried pink roses. The maid of honor, Miss Evelyn Hardy of Andover, Mass., sister of the bridegroom, wore yellow satin, draped with white marquisette, trimmed with yellow roses, and she carried yellow roses. The bridesmaids were Miss Mary Maxon, Miss Mabel Roberts, Miss Regina Bartlett and Miss Florence Bryant. Two wore American beauty satin, draped with white marquisette, which was caught on the skirt with roses, and they carried rosea of the same shade The other two wore Nile green satin, draped with white marquisette, and caught with pale pink roses. I>r. Malcolm McTernen of Ando ver, Mass., was best man. A small reception followed at the home of the bride's parents before Mr. and Mrs. Hardy left for their honeymoon trip. They will live at Orange, N. J. Senator and Mrs. George Peabody Wet more are in New York and will go to their villa at Newport at the end of the week. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Charles H. Davis are now occupying their cottage at Jamestown, R. I. Admiral and Mrs. Dewey will leave to morrow to spend the season in Ver mont. Tomorrow evening at the First Re formed Church, 6th and N streets north west. Miss Anna Elizabeth Weber, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weber, Is to be married to Mr. Charles Cleveland Wenrlch, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wenrlch of Manassas, Va. The bride is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Kleps and Mr; and Mrs. Charles E. Gerner of this city, and Mr. and Mrs. William F. C. Weber of Los Angeles, Cal. The Rev. J. D. Buhrer will officiate, and after the ceremony there will be a reception at the home of the bride's parents, 333 8th street northea^. Assistant Secretary Huntington Wilson has leased a bungalow on Ocean avenue. Newport, for the summer. Mrs. Vanderbilt went to New York yes terday to meet Count and Countess Szechenyi and their children, who are re turning to New York this week for a sea son a? Newport and in the Adirond icks. Former Senator and Mrs. Depew sailed for Europe today. Mrs. Norman Wil liams was a passenger aboard the same vessel. Kaiser Wilhelm II, as were Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Taft. Chief Engineer Thomas Williamson U. S. N., retired, and family will close tneir R street house and spend the summer at their summer place in Virgina. Miss Williamson will be at North Hatley, Can ada, and in the fall will go to Annapolis for the winter. Mrs. Sherman Lake of 109S Park road left today with a party of friends for Orkney Springs, Va. Mrs. Isaac Gotthelf of Denver. Col., announces the engagement of her daugh ter, iMlss Vlda Gotthelf, and Lieut. Fr^-d W. Boschen, 16tb Infantry, U. S. A. Miss Gotthelf is the only daughter of the late Isaac Gotthelf of Denver and Saguache, Col. Mrs. Samuel G. Blythe of Washington Is in New York for a few days previous to her departure for Europe. The German ambassador, who attended the Chicago convention, is expected back tomorrow. While in Chicago he was in the house party entertained by the Count ess Gaxycka. Another guest from this city* was Miss Edith Wetmore. Mr. Alfred Mitchell Innes, British coun selor and charge d'affaires, went to Moosehead Lake, Me., from the Chicago convention, accompanied by Lord Eustace Percy, third secretary. The embassy here will remain closed until the return of the ambassador and Mrs. Bryce in the fall. Baltimore writers of personalities are enjoying the wids field which the con vention offers, and especially Is this true of those to whom the democratic women are assigned. A description of Mrs. William J. Brysn and her daughter, Mrs. Hargreaves, in the Baltimore Sun today was as follows: Mrs. Bryan is not handsome. Her com plexion Is darkly sallow, her hair iron gray, parted in the middle and slightly "crimped" on each side, in a departed fashion, but she is cordial," and her greet ing not too perfunctory. Near at hand stood, the daughter, very like the Commoner, her head large, her brew broad, her manners a trifle lacking tn ?avoir fairs. Altogether it's a nice and mmitii nttiiuaauiigg^gi that does not pay much attention to dreea, but that doubtless know* all about the political situation. Both Mrs. Bryan and Mr? Harsrreaves are going to attend every session of the convention, they de clare. and they are not going to march in the suffrage parade. "We never do those things." said Mrs. Hargreaves a trifle contemptuously. Of Mrs. William R. Hearst much more flattering things are In print. One says that "Mrs. Hearst is an exquisitely groomed and beautifully gowned woman. Her figure is gracefully rounded, but she could not-by any means be called fat. Yesterday she wore a tight skirt of pon gee. trimmed with white pique, and a peplum bodice of white Irish lace. Her shoes were of black patent leather, and her stockings were of white silk. A white hat with a rolled brim, faced with red. rested on her wavy brown hair, and a wonderful rope of pearls was about her neck. "Mrs. Hearst is very pretty, with a creamy skin, brown eyes and hair and clear-cut and handsome features. Her manners are very gentle and graceful, and altogether she gives the effect of a wom an at once practical and deroratlve." Mr. and Mrs. John R. McLean have taken up their temporary abode In the handsome residence of Mrs. W. S. G. Williams, northwest corner of 8t. Paul and Monument streets. Baltimore. Their guests for the week are to be Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, Mrs. Richard Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beale McLean and Miss Lota Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Goelet Gerry of New York are the guests this week of Maj. John Philip Hill, at his home, 11 East Eagar street. Baltimore. Mrs. Atlee Pomerene, wife of Senator Pomerene of Ohio, went over to Balti more today to be the guest of Mrs. W. T. Kuhns of Roland Park. Mrs. Clarence Watson, wife of the senator from West Virginia, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jere H. Wheelwright, at Twyford. their country place, near Ellicott City, Md. Mrs. Clara Ely announces the marriage of her daughter, Ethel, to Mr. Perry H. Pattison yesterday afternoon. The cere mony was performed hefore the relatives and a few intimate friends. The bride was attended by her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. F. Ely. The bridegroom's brother. Mr. J. Pattison. was his best man. After a trip to Boston by sea they will he at home after July 20 at 1112 Lamont street northwest. The members of the Theta Delta were given a surprise Saturday, when Miss Joy H. Marston announced her engagement to Mr. Edwin A. Schmidt at a luncheon given by Miss Elsie Cunningham. The table was tastefully arranged, the deco rations being pink carnations and ferns Each guest received a bouquet of carna tions and fern tied with gold cord. At each place was an addressed and stamped envelope, inside of which was a very pretty hand-painted card of a cupid and a diamond ring, containing the names of Miss Marston and Mr. Schmidt. Those present were Mrs. Cunningham, Miss Elsie Cunningham, Miss Joy Marston, Miss Edna W. Prick, Miss J^tne Fiehback. Miss Katherlne Follin. Miss Bessie Rob inson, Miss Gladys Abbott, Miss Mary Barrett, Miss Marion Greene and Mrs. Vernon Kaiser. Mrs. George H. Hill and Miss Hill have gone to Atlantic City for the summer. Later they will spend some time in New York. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rout, accom panied by their cousin. Miss Mary Hazen Duffey, are spending several weeks at At lantic City, N. J. Mr. Fernando R. Sari left Monday night for New York, where he will take a steamer Thursday for a three-month tour throughout Europe, visiting Paris, Rome, Milan, London and Glasgow. Miss Ina Virginia Hotchklss has been called north for an indefinite period. | MARRIAGE LICENSES. ? T Marriage licenses have been issued to the following: Oscar C. Beaty of Nashville, Tenn., and Genevive Downle of this city. Frank O. Bowman and Lula E. Sievers. Amos H. Patterson and Missouri A. Powlard. " Harry H. Hlett and Eflle L. Sands. William H. Skinner and Marie A. Brooks. Daasman M. Keels and Rosa B. Cas lln. David Mlchelson and Bessie Cooklyn, both of Brooklyn, N. Y. Guy S. Saffold and Lenore Reach. Percy M. Whitney and Mary E. Kueb ler. Fleming G. Parker and Mary P. Over field. John L. Kuhn of Knoxvllle, Tenn., and Viola V. Spikfr of this city. Theodore F. Harper and Amy V. Hutch inson. Charles S. Smith, Jr., of Gloucester, Va., and Louisa E. Shackleford of Mathews, Va. Joseph Hartbauer and Jennette Simp son, both of Richmond, Va. Nathan Cohen of New York city and Jennie Harmel of this city. Bazzle Davenport and Ella Branch. Milton Higginbotham and Mary H. Whitney. Fredle Nace and Isabella M. Evans. George V. Hunt and Annie K. Sullivan. James F. Lennon and Johanna E. Mur Phy. Thomas R. Godey of Birminngham, Ala., and Marguerite A. Wilcox of this city. Nelson G. Diggs and Margaret H. Wil liams, both of Leesburg, Va. Clarence W. Morgret of Mt. Auburn. 111., and Laura B. Runyan of Warfords burg. Pa. John E. Green and Eliza Carpenter. John H. Montgomery and Ederanna Ehrmantraut. William J. Weber and Ethel F. Batson. John H. Scott and Lucy K. Hoskins, both of Miller's Tavern, Va. Gus Bowman and Mattie Thomas. William E. Simpson and Mattie B. Branch. Laul Hamilton and Edna Hill. ' BIRTHS REPORTED. The following births have been reported to the health office in the past twenty four hours: Charles W. and Mary L. Webb, boy. John, jr., and Jeanette Thompson, girl. John F. and May E. Sheehan, girl. Charles and Laura Start, boy. Charles W. and Minnie Robey, boy. David R. and Tryphena Roberts* girl. Thomas J. and Anna Pumphrey, girl. F. R. and Maud Parks, boy. Bernard and Emma Mossburg, gin. John T. and Catherine S. Kenealy, girl. Robert H. and Alma E. Hay, boy. E. Thomas and Helen Houston, girl. Howard A. and Lelah Holmes, boy. Robert E. and Julia L. Herfurth. girl. Charles W. and Cora E. Fernsner, girl. Paul B. and Alice Dunbar, girl. Archie M. and Mattie Duvall, boy. William F. and Lillian Curtis, boy. George and Agnes Beail, girl. Lewis and Anna L. Bushlowitz, girl. Henry A. and Kate Buscher, boy. William F. and Mable Battenfield, girl. George T. and Maud A. Bowman, boy. Carl C. and Irria M. Alexander, boy. Daniel E. and Lucy Wood, boy. James and Emma Nelson, girl. Robert and Carrie Morton, girl. Wlliam and Claise Newman, girl. Thomas and Ida Matthews, girl. Joseph and Daisy Jackson Jr., boy. Benjamin and Rebecca* Johnson, boy. Alonza and Mary V. Jackson, boy. James A. and Carrie Johnson, boy. James and Cora Foutx, girl. Joseph and Florence Duckett, boy. Allen and Nellie Carter, girl. Clarence and Susie Carter, girl. Robert J. and Charlotte Carter, boy. James E. and Mary Beverly, girl. Forrest and Mary Brown, boy. Window Broken Dnring Bush. Mrs. Annie Fox of 1230 New Jersey avenue northwest sustained a scalp wound this morning by the breaking of a show window at 818 7th street northwest during a rush of patrons to the store. Mrs. Fox was not seriously hurt. f Pastors Are Greeted. Large audiences turned out at Galbraith and Metropolitan A. M. E. zion phurches yesterday to greet the pastors. Rev. 6. L. Corrothers and Rev. W. A. Ray. who had i DEATHS REPORTED. f ? ? The following deaths have heen re ported to th<> health office In the past twenty-four houra: Aaron Rodin*. <V> year*. Government Hospital for the Insane. John Dennihan. S yeara, Pr?v1di??o% Hoapltal. Hannah Gibbons, 71 year*. Rd and H atreeta northeast. Deborah D. Burdett. RR year*, north west corner Piney Branch road and Butternut street. Wltold von Chlopickl, 8B year*. l.M Heekman street southeast. Frederick B. Wtl llama, <W yeara, 431 Adams street northwest. Ada B. Schoellkopf, 3* years, ?V? Rth street northeant. Mary A Blnke. ?1 yeara. 1102 Trini dad avenue northeast. Kate T*. Shearer, years. Government Hospital for the Insane. Amelia A. Gibson, .V* years. 1011 CI street southwest. Marjraret Btisick. 2 montha. 3013 Dent place northwest. Alahelto Ooppola. fl days. Children s Hospital. Rophta Dilliard, yeara Freedmen's Hospital. Samuel Harris, 24 years, llOl Pleroa street court. William Kent, 1* yeara. Tuberculosa Hospital. Mary Henderson. iVl years. 317 2.'?d street northwest. DIED. BANKS. On Mondav morning. June 2*. 1012, at PsaiMtaus B?fl?al. THOMAS BANKS, agel aeventy-eight years. Patters] from Lee's undertaking establlAment at ?:Ro a.m. Wednesday, June 36; theuce to 8t. Domlnlc'a Church. where solemn blub requiem mm will be tie ? BEVERLT. On June 24 1012. JOSEPH BEV ERLY. beloved husband of Mary E Reverly. adopted son of Bernard and Sarah E. Taylor. Funeral from hi* late residence, 1U3 B street ?<>uthea*t, on Thursday. June 27. at a .10 a.m., thence to St. Cvprlan'a Church, where mass will be aaid for the repose of his arml at ft a.m. Interment at Mount Olivet ceme tery. BLAKE. On Sunday. June 23. 1&12. at 7:'-0 a.m., at her home 1102 Trinidad av?nu'? northeast. M. A. BLAKE, widow of the latt William Blake and beloved mother ??f Mra. A. Ocha. Funeral set-rice* at Holy Name ("burch at 8 a.m. June 25. Interment at Mount Olivet cemetery. 25* OPNLHT. Ob Tuesdav. Jane 25. 1?12, ELIZA BETH. wife of Austin B. fonley. Funeral private froni the chapel of W. B. Speare. Wednesday. June 2rt. at 2:W p.m. CROPCH. <>n Thursday. June 20. 1HU. at the home of her daughter. Mr*. Andrew M fojrle, ? West 123d stn-et. New York, Mr*. MOLLY BROOKE CROrcft. Interment at Richmond. Va. 23' REHAB. On Monday, June 24. 1912. at 8.to p.m.. LOUIS 11 KISS. beloved husband of Mary Hei**. father of Lisette Beck. Mag fie H ntchlnaon and Fred Helss. Funeral service, at late residence. 416 4th street southeast. Wednesday, at 3 p.m. Burial at Prospect Hill cemetery. Friends and relatives invited. ? JOHSHON. On Monday. June 24, 1912. at her residence. K22 M street northwest, GF.ORG I ANA JOHNSON, beloved wife of Oyru* John son. mother ot Carrie Scales. Cyrus Johnaoa. Jr.; Bertha Bryer. tjeorge and Arthur Joha son. Funeral Thursday. June 27. at 2 o'clock p m., from Metropolitan Buptlst Church. MOSF.R. On Monday. June 24. 1912. at 10 1? p.m.. Mrs. CaSHLLE W MOSF.R. only daughter of Mrs. Adele Pfizer. Body at Speare'* parlor*. 940 F street northwest. Funeral Wednesday. June 26. at 9 a.m.. from St. Patrick's Thnrch, 10th snd O streets northwest. Friend* invited, interment pri vate. ? ROBINSON". Departed tills life Monday, June 24. 1912. at 4 o'clock p.m., at bis residence. 407 A street northeast. ALBERT CLAYTON ROBINSON, beloved son of Massle Robinson and husband of Lillian Robinson tnee Brooks). "A precious one from Uk ha* gone, A voice we loved is stilled; A plaoe Is vacant In our home Which never can he filled." Funeral Thursday, Juno 27. at 2 o'clock p.?., from the Israel C. M E. Church. 1st and B atreeta southwest. Friends and relatives la vited. ? SOOTT On Monday, June 24. 1012, at her daiurhter'a reaidenre. Mra. M. E. Martin. 1300 Wallach place northwest, MARGARET, the beloved wife of tbe late Francis Scott of Providence. R. I. Notice of funeral hereafter. 26 SLOAN. On Monday. June 24, 1912. at parents' residence. 6th and Alabama atreets. Con gress Heights. D. a, THOMAS MAGILCDER SLOAN, Infant son of Thomas and Mary Sloan. Interment Wednesday at Mount Olivet pA? tery. STCRGIS. Suddenly, on June 24, 1912. at 3:10 p.m.. at New York. JOSEPH STURGIS. be loved husband of Ida Sturgla. Faneral from hia late residence, sa Vermllyea avenue. New York city. TRIPLETT. Departed thla life June 23. 1912. at 3:30 a.m., Mrs. MARTHA TRIPLETT, be loved mother of Dr. William 8. Lofton. Funeral from her late residence, 1.123 M atreat northwest, on Wednesday, June 26. at 11 a.m. 25* WILLIAMS. Departed thla life on Monday, June 24. 1912, at 12 o'clock. THOMAS, beloved husband of the late Jane F. William*. In the seventy-ninth year of his age. Funeral from bis late residence. 219 loth street southwest. Wednesday. June 26. at 2 p.m. (Fredericksburg pa pern please copy i. ? In Memoriam. BRONAUGH. In sad but oving remembrance ef our dear and devoted brother and son. DOD SON RKVF.R BRONAl'GH, who departed this life twelve years ago today. June 2.V 1900. Deep down in the watery grave passed the one we loved *<?-dear. No one but God can tell how that dear o?c fought death Oh, but lo! through the pearly gates of heaven passed the <>ne we lov>d so well; God thought It best t<> take him. though He left our home so drear. "Gone, but not forgotten." BY HIS DEVOTED SISTER. IDA BRONAl'GH.* GRIGSBY. Sacred to the memory of our dear brother. WALTER GRTGSRY. who departed this life nine years ago today. June 25, 1903. We inay ill! have our sorrows. Some grief quickly <lles away. But tbe loss of our dear brother Grieves our heart* from day to day. The great Jehova. full of love. An angel bright did send. And took our loving brother Where Joys never end. BY HIS DEVOTED SISTERK. SISIE G. DCN CAN AND MAGGIE G. PARKER. ? MUDDIMAN. In loving memory of Mra. SARAH MTDDIMAN. who passed away four years ago today, June 25. 1908. ORTON. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear son. C. PERCY ORTON. who de Srted thla life three yeara ago today. June . 1909. Alone in the silent graveyard. 'Neath the sod and the dew. Never one moment forgotten. In sorrow we think of you. He does not liear our gentle etep. Aa we gently move around: He does not see the lovely flowers We place upon his mound. ? BY HIS DEVOTED MOTHER AND FATHER, ? RJES. In sad but loving remembrance of my dear alater. KATIE RIES, who died eight years ago today. June 25. 19fM. Six years have paMted and still I miss her, Friend a may think the wound has healed. But they little know the sorrow Which lies within my heart concealed. BY HER LONELY AND DEVOTED SISTER MAGGIE. ? funeral directors. W. R. SPEARE, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMEB. 940 F Street n.W. WASHINGTON. D. a Phones Main Frank A. Speare, Mgr. WM. h. SARDO & CO., FLNBRAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMKRS, 408 H at. a.e. Modem chapel. Phone Llacota SBC J. WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Dtraotor " sad Embalner. Livery la connection. Oonuse dJoos chapel and modern crematorium. Mndl^ prices. W Pa. ave. n.w. Telephone aall lttiw D. J. BREADY CO. Urery. JOHN T. GARNER, Iter. OtapM. 1407 9th at. Phsoe N. ?T87. George P. Zurhorst, SOI B. GAP. ST. KatahUshed 1887. CHAS. S. ZURHORST. Her. funeral DESKUfS. J Dealgaa. Fuaeral GEO. C. SHAFFER, ***7. wsssaaMs ta