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Our able representatives here
jj previous attainments in the assembling
stocks which are now in complete posse
j you are interested in TRIMMED or
OSTRICH PLUMES, PARADIS1
I OSTRICH, WINGS OR BREAST I
j 1 ably prepared to serve you.
I Trimmed"
I HSR $ij.50 $<j
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The latest expression oi fashiondo
Trimmed Hats, among which we fca
actcr tlie average Si2.00 hat, at 01
I I
I Uetrimrainnied
ii 'I
Oi course, you will find it an easy matter
every idea that iashiondom has decreed is rep
beavers, hatters' plush and French felt shapes.
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The Most Remarkable Displa
jj -i1 lii
Paradise and Aigrei
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| in the City of Washington
'ijl . . . .
i No store in the entire city o? Washmgtc
1 ladies* quality shop in paradise and aigrett*
.stand ready to prove it. You will not only
/ best quality merchandise here, but as prodtv
1 to undersell ether stores at least /{;. Look c
I vince yourself of our supremacy in these li
i;( A Wonderful E
!l
| French Plumes
Our store is fairly bristling with "newnes
marabou creations. We stand alone as pui
FRENCH AND FANCY PLUMES you will
blage ever gathered together in any store
this side of New York effv. WE FEA- . S
TURE FRENCH PLUMES IN ALL
COLORS, I
| $2 to $20 |
-Marabou Capes, Muffs, Scarfs and liuas
at unusuallv low prices.
II ' i
1 rf p% J. I
Braarhr*:
mfclj*^ gm Ladies* Quality Shop,
j! 9135 G Street N.W. ^
Open Until 9 P.M. Saturday.
| X
I Announcemei
| j The Extraordinary 5
I j of the entire stock of Furniture
|j: Rugs from Coblens & Co. will
! tinue all this week.
T:
j High-grade Mahogany and
| Furniture for every room in the 1
j j and handsome Rugs are selling a
| !j most astonishing bargain prices.
V~. I ICC VAI ID D CrMT
i uu can uoc i uurv v^rvcui I
during this sale and provide the tl
| you need for your home at a fracti
!':! the usual expense.
Get in as early as you can and |
by the many extraordinary bargaii
portunities.
; 1Mb Ilwiiw (
I j Con. ?tit aid B Sts. NJ
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M M Ladies" Quality Shop,
ir 915 Q: Street N.W.
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Every 'Woman
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\ Should Visit
THE JULIET
This .
j
and abroad have excelled all i
; of the magnificent new autumn
ssion of this splendid shop. Whether
UNTRIMMED MILLINERY,
2 AIGRETTES GR FANCY
EFFECTS, you will find-the Juliet
% * * ?.
Millinery j
.0 Msits,
m is found in our magnificent
iture models surpassing in charir
special prices for this week.
j
MilHiniery
to select your shape at this store, because
resented in our showing of velour. velvet,
>n can begin to compete with the j
es. This is a strong assertion, but we j
find the widest range of choice in the
cers selling direct to you we are able
lsewhere if you wish to absolutely con- >
ines.
Exhibition of
and Marabou
- j *
is" in all manner of ostrich feather and
rveyors of fashion in these lines. IX'
see here the most comprehensive asscmPLUME
f
RECONSTRUCTION. j
The renovation or making over of I
Plumes is an art. and should only be }
, intrusted to a concern which knows I
how. This firm has been manufac- \
turing Plumes for 27 years, and is )
known from Maine to California as \
producer of the Celebrated Juliet (
( Plumes: therefore is qualified as 110
other Washington house to make over
I your old plumes into the latest effects
at very little cost. /
I , _ )
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r.? j S "THE SPECIALTY STORE." j
i!| I Tailors' and Dress- |
I J makers'Supplies, i
is Tr" tTh IT* IT""* Pictorial Review <
I 'E Plr^lCilb hall Style Fashion 1
> lg u Book to-every cus- i
m I I ' r tom?r showing thia ad any time !
*4^ ^ !! fi week.
g T J jj g Mannish Cloths for ladies' suits. |
1.1. ^ lg Buttons Made to Order, j
I \% Pictorial Review Patterns. I
i i jjl il Freedman, Aaron & Co., |
>3.10 j | 725 l lth st. n.w. assw 1
and '1
COn- The
VANDERBILT HOTEL
Oak 34th St East at Park Aoe,
Sabway Entrance NEW YORK
10me The World's Most
,t thp Attractive Hotel.
II1C Each room with bath*
TARIFF
Single room, with bath. $3. $4. $5. $6, pet
Double room, with bath. $5, $6, $7, $0, per
(lingS . Double bedroom, boudoir dressing room and
bath, $7. $10. $12, per day.
fin fit Sokes, parlor, bedroom and bath, $10, $12,
UIIUl | $15, $1^ per slay.
I T.M. Miliard, Managing Director
pfOf it |||
nop" IrrgT"
| ; Bifocal* -Om pair of glaaae* <? j r\r\
I III : to ce wear and far ?P * ?W
II ilii' I Invisible Bifocal*, sold <??? ?A
U Mill III! ti be re for IS to |10. Our price, f^w
I ,I You hare the services of our expert opi
tic Ian free of rhante.
M I :j A. KAHN, 938 F St.
? | ! WATCH BRPAIBS A SPECIALTY.
i We bare Installed an electric dynamo for d<
I II maffnetiminc watcbea. Prices most reasonable.
I Watcbee* cleaned and demagnetised....... .$1.4
''I fcAHN. 9? Vilw/ **
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Ladies, the Dain
J HoiaT
) j &
^ are the highest art of
| shoe perfection. We
| have your exact size
S *n -?11?t^ie newest
1 models for fall and flP?
i winter wear. I
&<; These Royal Shoes are &
made of the best selected
leathers, made by master
IS shoemakers. t who head
gl their profession in shocpj
making art. They arc
p durably made and will /
g<j hold their shape always. f &
Everj* pair neat?trim L
& ?graceful. "
$2.5C
S PATENT COLT B1
"W ith the New H
DULL CALF BU
S Jn All the New and
I BLACK VEL\
|f Made of velvet that really
P models to choose from at 32.5c
| The Roy
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| NEW YORK. WASHII
I Julius Garf
?
1 DEE!
i Y
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i x . .
jj|5. requisite new lines
! | & every Parisian Modiste of
Charming frocks for
X evening wear in every insti
y mode with ,a refinement of
X pecially appreciated by the
X ment.
Y In addition to the abc
are showing this season a r
| for morning, afternoon and
Y
X Charming dresses for
< reception wear at
| $35.i
f $55.00
y
t
X Strictly evening and di
! i assortment, at
| $45.00, $55.'
| $75.00 sunti
5
>! Made by the most not
I V #
y York, combining the best
X sirable Parisian models.
^ We invite your inspect
| F Street, Corn
if
lllflxl -Jit-all
i s 911 m ?? we m a i |
U ?i LABCEST EXCLUSIVE MILLINEEY & ?
^ HOUSE IN WASHINGTON. i>- %
1 ft. Remarkably Pretty :|j|
|| Fall Hats' If
| K ?You will be delighted with 1;? |
| ft our display of Fall Millinery, ft |
| ft which includes the most dis- ft ?
1 ft tinctive imported models and ft |
h !?c many exclusive creations ft f?
2 i ft from our own workrooms, ft |
2? Prices are pleasingly reason- &
' ft able. " ft I
if Uiiti'iiniuoJ Sliaif's an<l Trimmings. if V
Mourning Hats. g
I 1304 G.St. 1|
5wyi."j'j'-".jwwuwu t'
t ic-.r-n-inriMf pf
;?> tOtJuf-KjuC, tjw.?tjuyi ?
ESTABLISHED 1SEI. ^ ^
^ ^ ? w Mm *
^ '"It Tays to Buy the Best." * ^
' ! CHAS. M. STIEFF, |
X *
?!> Direct Brunch Wareroonw of Factory. . j&
1008-1010 f St. x.\v. r??
SECONDHAND PIANOS AT ALL *'
PRICES. including some of our own x
niaUe. ?ud slltrhtly used Play er-l'la lifts at *j'
^ low figures. Tuning by Factory Experts. V
% 3. C. COXL1FF. Manager.
1 ; SPECIAL======n
| . Rate on Facial Treatment
with our noted preparations, toil
gether with practical INSTRUCTION.
; On? *1 box of "Skin Ko?d." one $1 box
!; of "Rest Cream,*' one 3<le liotllt' "Blooul
! of Peaches" ami one nTassaje once u week '
i for one month. Regularly $0.00, all for $3.
Hattie M. Shack let te,
1002-04 F Street X.W. ^
Or.lv Women and Children Treated. ^
Three sophomores of the -College of
Physician?' and Surgeons. Baltimore, were 0
fined by Justice Supplee, at the central
O police station, as the result of attempts T
made by tbem to haze some freshmen, a
ty, Snug-fitting %
S.30C8 j
, IS THE PRICE I
I and they are |
V honestly worth
" $1.50 more. |
UTTON BOOTS I
igli,*- Broad Toe. |
TTON BOOTS |
Up-to-date Styles. f
TT BOOTS I
is velvet and 40 other new |
>. |
I 802 7th St j
^GTON. PARIS.
INKLE & CO.
ISES
of dresses representing ;
note.
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morning, afternoon and # '
nice combining the latest ;
good taste, which is cs- ;
clientele of this establish4
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we imported models, we ;
emarkable line of dresses
i evening wear. *
morning, afternoon and7 ;
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0?, $45.??, i
& $?5.0? ' :
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liner gowns?a charming i
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0?, $??,??, ;
d $85.?? j
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ted dressmakers of New \
ideas from the most de4
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ion. ;
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er Thirteenth
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\ Auman and \
*
I Werkmeister, \
j FURRIERS, i
11516HSt
j Advance showing of smart ?
} new models in Fur Coats.
1 A 1,_ i. [j
{ wrviau me latest &ty.ies ill f>
> Muffs and Neckpieces.
I . Special orders and remod- b
< cling- of
I FURS
' *"*
j ?executed 011 short notice. {
Phone Main 7531. ?
DermopMl?
(Made in France)
UNDERWEAR
i
![ Every ounce pure wool;
protects the body, absorbs
moisture, maintains proper
warmth and helps the skin
to perform its natural functions.
1[ Extremely soft and delicate
in texture, a luxury to wear.
Unrivaled in cjuality, workmanship
and finish. GuarantfPrl
nnclirin Iri Kla
For Sale at
WOODWARD & LOTH HOP'S
AND LEADING DEALERS.
Write tor Booklet.
THE DERMOPHILE CO.. 222 FOURTH
AVE.. NEW YORK.
^trictly Hnglh Class.
*5 Young's Wiicudm arc exceptionally at'
tractive and thoroughly well built. Price:
are right.
\ E.Young.c"r;;;U:'K"?.rS
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It pays to read the want columns ol
he Stax. Hundreds of situations art
lied through them.
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| N M WORLD OF SOCtTY
i DATE FIXED FOR PRESIDENT S
ARRIVAL AT HOT SPRINGS.
j |
I Weddings Here and There of Unusual
Interest?Travel
a
\ Plans?Personals.
si . -?
. President and Mrs. Taft, it i6 said at !
| the Hot Springs, will reach there on the
1 27th of this month and are expected to
| remain throughout November, save durj
.ng the former's short absence to Cln^
einnati for election day.
s Mrs. George von L. Meyer and her two
I daughters, the Misses Julia and Aiiee
| Meyer, joined the Secretary of the Navy
3) at the Belmont in New York yesterday.
s> rhcy will r< turn to Washington Thurs- 1
rr . j
3j nit' liraziiiiin ambassador entertained
, at a dinner last night in lmn<>r of the
' Brazilian delegates to the International
| Chamber of Commerce. There were slx|
teen covers.
f The British ambassador and >Irs.
A Bryce, wlio have been at Stockbridge,
J Mass., were entertained Sunday night by
1 former ambassador to England, Mr.
i Choate.
- Mr. and Mrs. Bryce were guests of
| Miss Emily Tuekerman, while in Stock|
oridge. Yesterday they took luncheon
3 vith Mr. and Mrs. William D. Sloane
1 and afterward Mr. Bryce went to New
a York. Today Mrs. Bryce wiT leave
3 Lenox for Washington.
p
3 Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins, Miss Katherine
1 E.kins and Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Elkins,
i who have been at the Ritz-Carlton, New
3 York, returned yesterday to Washinga
ton, D. C.
jj Col. Robert M. Thompson, whose hos|
pitalities liere are always of an intera
esting character, was liosf at a luncheon
* at the St. Regis Hotel, in New York, last
| Saturday for Miss Ruth Sands and Mr.
a Charles Wark, wiiose wedding will take
* place very shortly. The bride-to-be and
| her mother. Mrs. Philip T. Sands, and
a daughters, attended the Olympic games
3 : last summer at Stockholm and the couple
| met aboard the ship.
I Mrs. Ellen T. Smith announces the mar|
riage of her daughter, Margaret Ellen, and
^ Dr. P. Bonnard Bain this morning at the
a rectory of the Immaculate Conception
Church, Rov. Father Beavan performing
- the ceremony. The only attendants were
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard I.. Borger. brother 5
in-law and sister of the bride. After a
'! wedding breakfast served at the home of
? the bride. Dr. and Mrs. Bain left for a
"f honeymoon trip north. They will be at
? home after November 1 at the Atlantic.
?
? Mr. and Mrs. Francis Granger Scliutt
are celebrating this evening their tlftleth
weuaing anniversary at a recaption rroni
8 until 13 o'clock, at Ellenwood. Cherry |?
dale. Va. Mrs. Schutt. who was Eliza&
beth Thomas Wallis, wilt be seventy-four
>> years old on the 13th of December and
> Mr. Schutt will reach his seventy-ninth
"j* year on the first day of November. The
occasion will be a very happy one and
will be of interest to hosts of friends in
? Virginia and in this city.
?
? Mrs. Daniel Francis Slattery was host^
ess at a charmingly appointed Japanese
.t, j luncheon Monday in honor of Miss Elsie
Ernst, whose engagement to Mr. Daniel
Leigh Morris has been recently announced.
The table and rooms were profusely
>> decorated with cosmos and potted ferns.
The guests to meet Miss Ernst included
'f Mrs. William Lyons, Mrs. Arthur C.
Proctor. Mrs. Finis D. Morris and Mrs.
,1, William L. Thurher. After the luncheon
J. the afternoon was pleasantly spent in
some interesting games of five hundred.
?* enlivened with vocal and instrumental
> music.
f
' * Mr. and Mrs. Max Fischer of Lanier
*? place celebrated their twenty-fifth mar"?
riage anniversary Sunday evening from
? 8 to 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Fischer
? were the recipients of many handsome
,? presents. A buffet supper was served
and the house was decorated with flowers
and ferns. Table decorations were in
? pink. Mrs. Fischer's gown was of silver
charmeusc. with a tunic of silver spangles.
' * Those: who assisted were Miss Helen
?- Fischer. Mrs. J. Bend helm. Miss Sophie
Bendheim, Mrs. M. Bendheini and Miss
? Fischer.
X
? The Ladies' Club of the Washington
V Saengerbund will hold an entertainment
and euchre party at the c'ubhouse. 314 ;
>% C street northwest. Thursday evening,
?> October 17. at S p.m. There have been a.
? number of handsome prizes donated.
' * The ladies' entertainment committee In
? charge .is' composed of Mrs. K. G. Barthell,
i* president; Mrs. A. Levy, vice president;
|t* Mrs. Hanneman. treasurer: Mrs. Thomas
^ P. Kennelly. secretary: Mrs. Oiga Los?- j
,% seau, Mrs. Ray Krahling and Mrs. L.
? Sciiaffert.
!
>> Mrs. Thomas C. Dawson and her two i
>> children have returned to the city and i
slie has opened her house on 19th street,
jf after having spent all summer in Europe.
^ Mrs. Frank Anderson and Miss Doro'f
thy Anderson, wife and daughter of Dr..
X Frank Anderson of the navy, are stop?
l^ing at the Hotel Seymour, New York,
I for two weeks. Miss Anderson, who
? spent the early part of the summer at
i Narragansett Pier with Mrs. Scott Wrecks'
in ridge and the Misses Bayne, has just
'f been visiting Bisiiop Lloyd's family in
? t Madison. Conn., and attended the wed_/iling
or Miss Elizabeth Lloyd and Mr.
- j Charles Symington of Baltimore and
j ' 'Van- Vnrk the lirsr nf O.-fohi'l'
'J i ?
Dr. and Airs. J. Thrutrton Wolfe have
r; returned to their city home at 184S Cal"t
vert street, from their wedding trip.
i Airs. I. Goodman of Baltimore. Aid., is
J visiting Airs S. Goodman of the Oswego,
; 1323 U street northwest, where she will
j be pleased to see her friends.
,'j
i Airs. William J. Rhees has sold lier
:i homo 1815 Columbia road, and, with her
? daughter. Miss Flora G. Rhees, will leave
f this city the 17th to make a permanent
s home in Pasadena, Cal.
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? Air. and AIr . L. A. Gertman of 15 street
g northeast are spending their vacation in
g Atlantic City, and before returning to
5 this city will visit friends in New York
| city.
.1
Airs. Alary A. Hendley has returned to
1 Congress Hall, and will be pleased to see
i her friends, as usual.
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} Dr. and Airs. Loren Johnson and Aliss
i Neville Johnson have returned to their
10th street home after several months In
?j Europe.
A pretty home wedding took place this
afternoon, when Miss Doretto Shepherd
1 Shipley, daughter of Airs. F. A. Shipley.
' became the bride of Air. A. Frederick
Keitliley. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. F. W. Johnson, pastor of Grace
Baptist Church. The bride wore a gown
of brocade white satin with overdress of
white marquisette, trimmed in Venice lace,
and carried a bouquet of bride's roses.
The house was tastefully decorated with
autumn leaves, goldenrod, ferns and
chrysanthemums. After the reception the
couple left for a trip to New A'ork. Phil
adelphia and Atlantic City. Tlic bride's
traveling suit was of dark green velvet
with hat to match. On their return they
will reside at No. 15 6th street northeast,
and will he at home to their friends after
October 24, 1012.
Wednesday evening last the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Schwab, 4122
New Hampshire avenue northwest, was
the scene of a happy birthday party
gtven in honor of the sixteenth birthday
of their daughter Katherlne. Their beautiful
new house was decorated with flowers
and bunting, and Miss Katherlne was
the recipient of many pretty and useful
gifts. After musical selections and the
playing of games the party adjourned to
the dining room for refreshments. Those
present were: Mrs. Annie Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. William Gibson. Miss Marian
Schwab, Messrs. Conrad and Harry
Schwab and Milton Elliott, all of Alex;
andria. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. George H.
' Schwab, Misses Emma, Gertrude and
lvatherine. Master George, jr.; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles A. Walter, Mr. and Mrs.
R. T. Mann, Mr. and Mrs. James Pfeffer,
f Mrs. Annie Schwab, Mrs. Rose Byron,
; Misses Helen and Mary Carruthers.
Pansy Howell, Catherine Byron, Messrs.
Milton and Edward Schwab, Milton BoaeIey
and William Collins.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pettit of Buffalo,
X. Y.. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Blodgett of Poplar avenue, Takotua
Park. Md. They will return north in
about two weeks' time.
Judge Charles M. Howry, who wentj,
abroad some months ago, returned yes- |
terday on the Rotterdam.
A chestnut hui\t and straw ride were
indulged in by a party of girls last Sat- |
nrdav, who were the guests of Misses
Winifred a nd Ethel Lamb, daughters of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Lamb.
About twenty in al' enjoyed the sport, i
riding in a hay wagon from Kensington <
to Wineth at Wheaton.
Miss Mary Hardy of Wheaton. Md.. <
entertained many friends last week, who \
ca' ed to see her berutlful night bloom- j
ing cexeus, which had seventeen blooms <
at one time. The plant stands .eight
feet high and has been in her possession
for over fifteen years.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hunter entertained ,
at a reception last evening in their resl- t
. tlplio#"* nn <t Irt iif til#*
! fourth birthday of their little daughter. .
| Alary Ixu'se Hunter. Quantities of pink ]
| and white chrysanthemums and roses (
| adorned tiie house for the occasion. A
[ huge birthday cake with four pink < an- :
j dies adorned the.table. Among the guests
i were: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Sherwood,
grandparents of* the little girl; Dr. and ,
Mrs. M. J. Ready. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Sherwood. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hurley.
Dr. and Mrs. Barr, Mrs. H. C. Vollner,
Airs. J. E. Gray. Mrs. \V. T. Littleton.
Mrs. Allan MacFadden, Mrs. Mary Mac- 1
Fadden. Mrs. S. F. Payne. Mrs. Margaret
Jones. Mrs. J.. A. MacDonald. Mrs. Dayley,
Mrs. Kate Donivan, Miss Dorothy
MacFadden. Miss Elizabeth Barr. Miss
Jane Newlands, Preston LPtleton. Noble
MacFadden. Everett Littleton. Ru*sell
Sherwood Herman Vollner, Earl Hsney,
Roy H.v v. Thomas Ready. Donald Gray '
and Carlisle Barr.
Marriage Licenses. 1
Marr'age licenses have l>een issued to
the following:
Joseph S. Clarke and Mary A. McRae,
both of Baltimore. Md.
William V. Mulligan and Isabella V.
Cabo.
; Cornelius Wesley and Ella Lucas.
Augustus Austin and Lucy Newton.
William R. Dickinson of New York, N.
; Y.t and Edna M. Collins of this city.
William L. Hickley and Katharine J.
Cavan.
Charles T. Morris and Alargaret R.
Hayre.
John Harris and Dora Blackwelt.
John D. Long of Spring Creek, A'a.,
and Stella V. Kisor of Dayton, Va. t
Horace M. Bassil and Lorena Berry.
Frank E. Lotts of Spottswood. Va.. and
Alattie W. Collins of Staunton, Va.
George H. Clough, jr., and Marian V.
Paul.
John J. Bacigaltipi and Katherine K. ,
Smltii.
James W. Potts and Laura K. Richards. <
Harry Samuels and Bessie Brown, both
of Seabrook. Md.
Summer C. Parclier of Saco, Me., and
T .o nro W A 11 An nf fllfl Ornha r/^ \f<?
t uaut w ?-? vfc v ? v>i *??v
Births Reported. '
The following births have been reported (
to the health office in the past twentyfour
hours:
David H. and Emma V. Zirkle, girl.
William H. and Ada M. Werthan. girl.
William C. and Margaret M. Vador, i
! tfrl.
: Richard and Lucy t. Tonolly. boy.
John J. and Nellie R. Talcott, boy.
John J. and Violet Pippert, boy.
Nathan and Ethel Stein, girl.
Samuel It. and Sarah E. 1?. Shreve, ?
boy.
Thomas T. and Emily Smith, boy. ,
Daniel J. and Amy E. Serrbott, girl. 1
Harry L. and Isabel Hobey, girl.
Eppa C. and Margaret M. Royston,
girl. 1
Thomas A. and Jessie E. Robertson,
girl. 1
Samuel and Mollie M. Powell, girl.
Louis and Katliryn J. Xusbaum, boy.
George E. and Hattie S. Nail, girl. .
David and Mary McClellaud, boy.
John T. and Mary R. MeKnight, boy.
j Joseph F. and Etta M. Lyon. girl. J
Thomas M. and Grace C. Jordon, boy. .
Albert M. and Grace Koen, boy.
Walter R. and Amelia Graves, boy.
Charles R. and Fannie X. Fegan, boy.
Wa ter R. and Cora Dorsey, girl.
John W. and Rose Curtis, boy.
Francis C. and Alice Cushing, girl.
William H. and Lucy TIbbs, boy.
Robert and Alberthia Harris, girl.
Washington and Mary Hill, girl. 1
Richard G. and Jenave Ford, boy.
Lloyd and Lizzie Davis, girl.
Edward and Minnie B. Carter, boy. i
Samuel and Itosie Berry, girl.
Deaths Reported.
The following deaths have been reported 1
to the health office in the past twentyfour
hours:
Frank M. Cissel, 42 years, 911 Rhode j
Island avenue northwest.
Lambert F. Bergman. 57 years, 1000 M
street northwest.
Anna Smurr, 70 years, 1120 31 street
northwest. I
Elizabeth Barse. 23 years, 1283 G street
southeast.
Mary F. Weaver, 62 years, 3026 Q street *
northwest. I
Henry G. Cole, 43 years, 1910 S street
northwest.
Charles V. Fridley, 22 years, 411 G
street southeast.
William H. Hale. 72 years. 1007 Florida '
avenue northeast.
Walter S. JJngelbach, S hours, Kenilworth.
D. C.
James Cross. 34 years. Government Hospital
for Insane.
Virginia Botts, 3o years, 334 Elm street
northwest. 8
William M. Redd, 46 years, 1313 9th
street northwest.
Bettie Williams, 7 years, 313VV Pleasant
alley southwest. s
Jennie E. Brown. 55 years. Government
Hospital for Insane.
John Fleming, 61 years, 1282 6th street northwest.
Walter Harding. 17 years, Georgetown
University Hospital. '
Anna Ross, 47 years. 61 Canal street southwest.
William W. Plummer. S hours. Sibley .
Hospital.
Linnic Johnson. 21 hours, 1003 1st street
southwest "
Roy McKethron. 1 month. 4S0 Washington
street northwest.
COLUMBIA TENNIS T0UBNEY.
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Rain Prevents Play on the Country
Club Courts.
Rain yesterday prevented all play in
the" Columbia open tennis* tournament,
but the matches were resumed today,
and singles, doubles and consolation sin- _
gies will be contested. The feature match
In the singles will be between Ral Doyle,
the Columbia crack, and Spencer Gordon ?
of the Chevy Chase Club, who Is the *"
present District champion. The .winner ^
will meet either E*ra Gould or* A. T. 41
Kuan in the seml-lkials of the upper half. ?
In the lower half of the singles W. D. ""
Lundy will meet the winner of the
Mapes-Leech match, and Lee MeClung j
wljl meet the winner of the Bates-Trumbull
match. The wise ones are picking
Lee MeClung and Ral Doyle to meet in
the tlnals. _
The large list of double entries was Pi
drawn yesterday afternoon and the pairings
are as follows:
Preliminary round?Dent and Hayden _
vs. Slater and Heath: Leech and Leech
vs. Davidson and partner: Gordon and
MeClung vs. Baird and Heaton; Pa^e
and Clark vs. Morgan and O'Boyle. First 81
round?Amy and Duffy vs. Tracy and _
Libby; Treanor and Plournoy vs. Sheridan
and Davis; Doyle and Graves vs.
Ronsaviile and partner; Fisher and part- _?
ner vs. Lundy and Mapes: Hillyer and
Dove vs. Shannon and McKensle; Whltaker
and Davis vs. Hills and partner.
The pairings in consolations are as follows:
Preliminary round?Deakin and s=
Smith. First round?Pickford and Shannon;
Hills and Davidson; Baird and
Heath; David vs. the winner of the Dea- ?
kin-Smith match; Towles and Flournoy;
A. Y. Leech and McLachlau: RonaaviUs
and Heaton; Parmelec and Moiyma. U
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MISS BAGGALEY SUCCUMBS.
Former Winter Resident of Capital
Dies in Florence. Italy.
Word has been received in this city of
the death in Florence. Italy, October It.
of Miss Minnie Itagcaloy. daughter of t ?
late Sir. and Mrs. William Bagg.iloy. former
w inter residents of Washington. Ml.-*
(taggalcy was an aunt of Miss Elizabeth
Baggajey of this city.
Miss Itaggaley formerly resided with
her parents In the Levi P. Morton hous.?
it Rhode Island avenue and Scott Circle,
which her father, formrrly a hanker of
Pittsburgh, bought. Th? Raggalcy* ^p.>nt
every winter here for many years. After
the death of her parents Miss Kaggal. y
took up her residence In Florence, devoting
her time to literary work.
The interment was in Florence.
The authorities of Nelson county. V ,
are scouting that county for Rouen Carter,
who is charged with the muni' r
r?f Robert Anderson at Tx ' river Frtda*.
rhe s-hooting was at lirst thought '<
have been acc'dental. but a o?ivn' rV jut
concluded It was murder.
DIED.
BERGMAN. On Sunday. October 13. ltd 2. ?t
4:15 ?.m.. after a Ion* aud painful Illness.
LAMBGitT F.. the devoted him) beloved bushand
of Emma Bustihy Bergman. iu tie
tifty-nlnth year of bin age.
Funeral from kin late reaidouoe. Kmc M street
Dorthwrst, Wedm-ada). ?Vtohor 1?. at 1
p.m. Relative* and friend* Invited to attend.
Interment at Glenwood. 15*
BROWN. On Sunday. Ortolter 13. 1012. at 10:55
a.m.. GF.ORGIEANNA MARIVNK HR-UV.
Infant da.ighfer of the Ute Felix and ?; rtr
>de Brown, aged nine monthFun
ra' Wednesday. O tolter ltl. at 2 o'clock,
fnrm the resident c of her era tidpa real s.
tieorge and Margaret Tarter. Ml 5 llth street
northwest.
Bl'RNSIDE. At Sidcbtirn Fairfax onii'y. Va.,
on Saturday. Oetote-r 12. lit 12, at 11: 4*? p.m..
HARRY, leion-il ?em of .'eht: .*n I If irriet J.
Bnmalde. ased thirty years.
Fuuera! from chert f John II. Wricht ?".im
pany. 133T 10' it street nor h a est on Wed
nesday. October 1?. at 2 p ni Relntl e* ?
and friends ere Invited to att''u<J. (Till n<1 lphia
papers please copy.) to*
BUSH. On Monday. October 14. IMS. at h .'id
p.m., Mrs. NELLIE Bl-'SH. widow of the late
John K. Bush.
Funeral from tier late realdonoe. 220 Bates street
northwest. tVtot?er 17, at U a.m.; thence to
St. Aloysius Church. IB*
COOK. Suddenly, on O tots-r 14, 1012. st 5
a.m.. GEORGE E. <NK?K. beloved sou of
Alice and the late William Cook.
Funeral from his-late resld<n -c. 1124 Robinson
street southwest, Wednesday. Oetol?er ltl. at
2:30 o'clock, fhrnee to Gortnieh M. E. Oiurrb.
4?-i and L streets southwest. Friends an 1
relatives Invited to atteud. XT
DAVIS.
MILITARY ORDER OF THE LOYAL LEGION
of the rvm:n states.
Commaudery of the Diatrlet of Columbia.
Cltv <?f Washington. OetoE-r 15. 1111*.
The death of Companion WILLIAM THII.LITS
DAVIS. Lieutenant-Colonel. I'. S. Volnutoer*. at.
IlarrlslHirif. Tennsylvania. on the Lith iuaian'.
is announced to the f'-omniandery.
Funeral services and tnteruM-nt at the Nat ion* I
Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, on Wt-dlies lay,
ICtli instant, at 2 o'clock T.M.
By comma ml of
Major-Genernl GEORGE IV DAVIS.
TJ. S. Army. Commander.
THOMAS n. McKKE.
Recorder.
FLEMING. On Monday. October 14. 1IM2, at
2:30 a.m.. JOHN FLEMING. l*Ioved brothc
of Mary M. Bark and Tannic Hopkins, at
the residence of tin- former, at 1232 6tli
street northwest.
Funeral Thursday. October 17. front Mouut Airy
Baptist Chutvli. Friends arc Invited.
OKAY. At tb<- lvsideno- of h?r dausriiter. In*
G. Vcnie. 11S4 T st-vot nvrttawou. on M-. >1rliy,
October .14. 11412. at 4 p.ui.. NANCY II.
GRAY, widow- of G. r. Gray.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
[JOSKINS. On October. 15. 1912. at 5 a.m.. of
pneumoniu. JOHN BENJAMIN HOKKINK of
Ballston. Y?.. IteioTcd husband of l.lllle
Kpeer Iloskins. He lea Ten to nioiini his lesa
a wife, two ?-hildrwi. mother. two sisters and
a brother.
iod's vrl'.l la- done. x,.t now. Imt In the - -inin^
yeara.
It may la- in the better latal.
['11 know the meaning of my team.
And there, up then-. I'll understand.
BY HIS SORROWING WIFK. LILI.IF.
funeral from Fee's undertaking establishment
Thuraday, October 17. at 2 p.m. *
LiOTHROP. On Monday. October 14. 1912. at
her resldew-. 1214 T. street north went. MATILDA
C. LOTHROP. widow of J.,bn Park- r
Lothm-p.
Services at the bouse on Wednesday. October 16,
at 2 p.m. luterment private.
SIMPSON. .Suddenly, en October 12. 1912. JOHN
E. SIMPSON.
"nneraJ Wedoenday. October 16. at p.m.. fro.,,
chapel of E. J. Bready Company. 1407 Otu
Ktreet northwest. Interment at Oh uwo?>U cemetery.
[TEAK LEY. On Monday, Octob.r i?. 1012. nt
Sarana<- Lake. N. Y.. ELLY KUZ v
WEAKLEY, wife of Dr. Arthur D. Weaklcy
and daujrhter of the laie Gsap It. uo.I
Charity Inch Wllaon.
ur.eral on Wednesday. October 16. a; 2:1 "?
o'cloek. from 206 A street southeast. l'riend-*
and relatives Invited.. Interment private.
THYTE. On October 15. 1912. at 6:4.". a.m..
at her residence. 711 2d?1 sireet nortliwec.
Mrs. MARY K. WHYTF.. beloved wife of thlate
Capt. Frederick Wbyte. U. S. A.
sot ice of funeral hereafter. Id"
In Memoriam.
SEVF.RLY. In sad but levin- reniembrar. f
our dear wife and mother. MARIA BEYER LY.
who departed this life two years :iJ->
tcslay, Octobor 13, 1910.
DAVIS. In sad but loving remembrance of our
dear sister. ROSA AIJ.A DAVIS, who died
one year ago today. OctoGr 15. 1911.
As the time fusses we miss her more;
Our sorrow no one can tell:
"Twas God alone that took her home;
The one we loved s.> well.
JY HER LOVING BROTHER AND SISTER-INLAW.
JOSSH AND GERTRFDE.
Gone, but not forgotten.
BY HER DEVOTED SISTER. LIZZIE WRIGHT.
>RAKE. In fond. retpcinbrauoe of dear tuotlie
ANNA J. DRAKE. who paxifd awav two
years.ago today. October 15. 1H1".
BY HER FAMILY.
OHXSOX. In sad but loving ronvoibranoe of
our dewtcd mother, SAUAII JOllNsttV. w U
entered eternal rest eevcu years ago. October
12. lftOO.
Seven years have gone and still we miss tier:
How much no tongue can tell.
BY HEUTDAUGHTER. SADIE C. JOHNSON.
loKJN'XEY. in sweet memory of my devoted
husband. HIRAM A. MtKl\"NEY. who die t
four years ago today. October 15. lSds.
SDSIK McKINNEY BOYLE.
?UAEHAi iii AECXO&S
Joseph F. feirch's Sons,
,n,, AT- "sT V IV I'arlor for Funerals.
>?34 -X1 ^ 1 Phone West w;
JOHN R. WRIGHT CO.,
337 l*>th St. N.W. Phone N. 4,-.
KKANllC Sovv57
1112 SEVENTH ST. N.W.
Modem ettat*l. Telep,Kni.> mil Vr.rth VJJ.
ueorge F. ^arnorst,
301 E. CAP. ST.
?t?nl Mvd IB57. CHAS. S. zrBHOR?T. Mgr.
w. K. ofbAitE
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND KMBALMER.
940 F Street N.W.
WASHINGTON. D. a
'hones Main 4^
Frank A. Speare. M^r.
WM. tl. &AJ(^OO <&
FUNERAL DIB KOTO RS AND KM HAMULI*.
*i PI I>.?. Modern I'h?n.' Klnrain A2I.
_? kt !?., -? .? -*i a.. _ ? _ II uilK.il. a A . "aM'lilr
d Embalmer. Livery lu coatiet-wub. i_onun->
loua chapel aad tc-jJern c.euin;?i .ai. Modest
rlew. .132 Fa. are. o.mr. IWffikmir .**11 t.vSS.
D. J). tttihADV iAJ>.
leery. JOHN T. CAUNER. Urr. CfaapeL
teor ? f v. -Irer
ciiAktukAL, iiDaiuAlo
uaeral deelgoe of all kinds. I'rloes rcaaoiiaUeT
OEHMLER, FLORIST,
iag> O ST. N.W. MAIN T4TT.
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Phone Vein. 14Mi and I e ar.
UVE&T.
DOWNBT'S LIVERY SERVICE.
Flat carriages for funerals.
Reasonable rates.
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