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Hotel Powhatan sets a Sunday night Dinner de Luxe that makes all the world seem bright. Delicious?varied?in telligently cooked?ap petizingly served. Good music to ac company gustatory sat isfaction. The price?only $1.25. Hotel Powhatan 1 >11 liat < orn ts :i new and iw-lentlflc dlscOTery, au<J wltlxjut ? cloui.t the greutfst rat dt-stroycr in the world: th?- only one that k'.lla rats without any bad. dangerou* or disagreeable effecta. A trial will eonvtlM ?? you. 25c, 50c and M OO per can Aftk yoor dealer. or *ont by mall on receipt of prlrr. We pay postage. Booklet, "liow to D*?troy Rats," FIIKK with each can. Botanical Manufacturing Co. 255 S. Fourth Street Philadelphia, Pa. We Redecorate HOMES. F you would have your home decorated thor oughly and ill artistic style you will find it advantageous to consult us. Very reasonable charges. George Plitt Co., Inc., Main Showroom. 1134 Conn. are. Workrooms. 1727 7th at. n.w. " -*<? The Keeley Core fully used 33 years. Removes all desire for drink 6 drugs. 812 N. Broad St., Phils., Pa. T ESTABLISHED 1842. "It Pays to Bar the Beat." CHAS. M. STIEFF, Direct Praneh Wareroorns of Faetory. 1008-1010 F St. N.W. SECOND-HAND PIANOS AT ALL TRICES. including so-ne of oar on make, and slieLtly v?ed T>la> T-Plano? at low figures. Tuning u." P. -tory Expert*. J. C. rONLTITF. Manager. FLYNN GETS HIS OLD JOB. Again Head of New York Division of Secret Service. William J. Flynn has been restored to his place as chief of the New York divi sion of the secret service, and if Con gress will restore the salary of the posi tion of chief of the service to $4,000 a year Flynn will be named by Secretary MacVeagh to that place. John E. Wllkie has been acting for more than a year as (chief of the secret service, although really at the head of the investigating depart ment of the customs service. Secretary MacVeagh wants Mr. Wilkle to stay wltn the customs service and give all his time | to that service. Flynn some months ago resigned as ! chief of the Xew York division to assist the aMermanic committee of Xew York in its investigation of alleged police graft ! in that city. Some of his expense ac counts have been held up by Mayor Oay nor, it is said, and Flynn has retired from work. He may lose personally about $800 if the accounts are not ordered paid by the mayor. ^ MEXICAN REBELS CAPTIVE. Leaders Arrested on American Soil Held by Gen. Steever. Two additional Mexican rebel leaders have been caps-ured along the border and are being held by Brig Gen. Steever, In charge of the American forces along the boundary, says a report to the War De partment. The men are Felipe Casaras, who was paymaster of Gen. Orozco's army, and who later was said to be col lecting funds at El Paso for use by the revolutionists, and Pedro Figueroa, who is claimed to have been a member of the rebel band which a few weeks ago captured and held for ransom Arthur P. McCormick, an American ranch manager, who later was freed by the rebels on t.?e payment of $l,:s*>, although they de manded at first Trains are now running through from Laredo, on the bonier, to Mexico City without, interruption, the damage Inflicted hy the rebels to the railway north of San L.uis Potosi having been repaired. A new rebel leader has sprung up, Radilla by name. lie is reported to be in possession of the west coast north of Acapulco. He has caused little property damage to date and says he is in rebellion only against Toinas Gomez, commander of Madero's troops. Mexican federal troops have gone to protect Acapulco. Hale's Honey Of Horehound and Tar l?osens the Phlegm Allays Irritation Arrests Tickling Soothes and Heats Contains no opium nor anything injurious. All DruKKiita. For Coughs and Colds Pike's Toothache Drops Stop Pain. MRS. M'CONIHE CITED TO EXPLAIN TO COURT f ________ I Mrs. Jane W. Moran Claims That Agreement Is Not Kept x by Her Daughter. A disagreement between Mrs. Jane W. Moran and one of her daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Berger McConihe, is to be aired in the District Supreme Court in conse j quence of Mrs. Moran's claim that her ; daughter will not. abide by an agreement | she Fays was made between them in Oc | tober, 1004, giving Mrs. Moran a life in i terest in the house the Moran family built at 2315 Massachusetts avenue. The house was leased last year to Mr. and Mrs. John Hays Hammond. Mrs. Moran seeks the creation of a trust fund for Mrs. McConihe's share of the estate of the late Charles Moran of New York, which she inherited through her fater, Francois Berger Moran, who died at Charlottesville, Va., in January of this year. Justice Barnard late yesterday after noon cited to court next Friday after noon Mrs. McConihe to show cause why her share of the estate should not be con verted into a trust fund, and why a re ceiver should not be appointed for the residence in question. In her plea Mrs. Moran expresses the fear that the prop erty will be dissipated and the Interest she claims impaired unless the court In tervenes. Other Parties in the Case. Joined with Mrs. McConihe as technical defendants having a possible Interest In the controversy are her husband, Mal colm Stewart McConihe; her two children and her sister, Mrs. Arabella Moran Hudg ins, widow of Lieut. John Melton riudg Ins, U. S. N.r who was killed in an ex plosion on his ship several years ago. Mrs. Hudgins was a party to the agree ment under which the mother sues, but, it is stated, has met its terms by paying to her mother one-third the income from her grandfather s estate. Each of the daughters received a share valued at $?>00,000, it is reported. Mrs. Moran's Contention. The property on Massachusetts avenue, Mrs. Moran claims, is her individual property and Mrs. McConihe claims it to be a portion of the general estate. Through Attorney A. S. Worthington, Mrs. Moran tells of the agreement of H*>4 by which she was to take one-third j of her husband's property and turn over ' the remainder to the daughters, in equal i shares. They, in turn, were to pay her ! annually, she states, until her death, a j third of the income from their shares in i the estate of their grandfather. YEAELY ELECTION HELD. Local Auxiliary of National Indian Association Meets. The Washington Auxiliary of the Na tional Indian Association met last even ing at the home of Mrs. G. E. Cummins, wife of the dean of Howard University, and elected the following officers to serve during the coming year: President, Mrs. William H. Chaney; first vice president, Mrs. A. G. Wilkins; second vice president, Mrs. James B Gilbert; recording secre tary, Mrs. M* H. Sawyer; corresponding secretary, Mrs. J. W. Spencer; treasurer, Mrs. Blanch Baker. Miss Mable Main described work being done at the Sheldon Jackson Indian School at Sitka, Alaska. CONTROLLING FOBEST FIRES. Progress Being Made in Presenting Blazes, Chief Oraves Reports. Progress In classifying agricultural lands in national forests, in the selling of mature timber and in the mustering of strong local support to meet the Are problems is reported by Henry S. Graves, chief of the forest service, who has just returned from an inspection tour of the national forest reserves. He visited most of the western states. Although 2,000 fires started in the na tional forests, Mr. Graves said, the losses had been small, because of effec tive work by the forest crews. Six par ties of experts are engaged in searching for scattered small tracts of agricultural lands in the forest reserves. In some cases the cutting pf heavy timber will be ordered, so that agricultural land be low it can be opened to homesteading. Law Class Elects Officers. Officers of the junior class of the George Washington University Law School were elected at a meeting at New Masonic Temple last night. They are: President, W. E. Barton; vice president, Paul Anderson; secretary, W. R. S*itch, and treasurer, H. E. Wolley. Unanimously Chosen Head of Board of Trade. MOSES NOT A CANDIDATE ? I Will Direct Campaign to Further McMillan Park Plan. SEVERAL OFFICERS RE-ELECTED Taft's Appeal for Bed Cross Funds Referred to Executive Committee. Market to Be Inspected. E. H. DROOP. President. Edward H. Droop was elected presi dent of the Board of Trade, at a meeting of the board of directors in the New Wlllard Hotel yesterday afternoon. Mr. Droop's election was unanimous. Before the nominations for president were made the retiring president, Arthur C. Moses, made a statement, in which he requested that he should not be nomi nated for re-election. "At this time I am unable to accept the presidency of the Board of Trade even should I be elected," said Mr. Moses. "Several of my friends have told me of their intention to nominate me for this oflice, and it is to request them not to put my name in nomination that I make this statement. To be president of the Board of Trade is a high honor? an honor to which every citizen of the District who has Its interests at heart may well aspire. Perhaps at some fu ture time I shall be in a position to ac cept the office if it should be offered mo, but at present it is impossible." Gude Nominates Droop. When Mr. Moses had completed his statement William P. Gude, after ex pressing his regret that Mr. Moses was not to be a candidate, nominated Edward II. Droop for president, and moved that his election be made unanimous. The board gavp its immediate approval. In a brief speech thanking the mem bers of the board for the honor confer red upon him, Mr. Droop urged unity of action, and pledged his best efforts in the Interest of the District and of the board. Mr. Droop has long been prominent in Board of Trade afTairB, and has served as treasurer and first vice president. Aldls B. Browne was nominated for first vice president by Odell S. Smith, and his election was made unanimous also. For second vice president William II. Singleton was nominated by Col. George Truesdell, and Edwin C. Graham by John 1^ Weaver. Mr. Graham was elected by a vote of 14 to s. Col. Trues de'l moved that the election be made unanimous, and this was seconded by Mr. Singleton, who stated that his name had been presented in the belief that Mr. Graham did not desire re-election. Other Officers Re-Elected. The other officers of the board were re elected as follows: W. J. Eynon, secre tary; Chris J. Gockeler, treasurer; John B. Earner, general counsel, and William M. Shuster, assistant secretary. A resolution thanking Mr. Moses for his efforts in behalf of the Board of Trade while serving as president, offered by Mr. Gockeler, was unanimously adopted. Mr. Singleton moved that Mr. Moses be con tinued in charge of the campaign to brine abort leg shition lookln? to the ful \ 1,1)IS B. BROWNE, Flrit Vice President. fillment of the McMillan park commission plan of development for the National Capital with especial reference to the pro posed chain of outlying parks. This motion was carried unanimous ly, and Mr. Moses was named chair man of a special committee to have this work in charge. The size of the commit tee was left to the discretion of the president and the chairman of the com mittee. It is understood that a commit tee of about fifty members of the board will be appointed. Red Cross Appeal Read. An appeal from President Taft and the members of the international relief board of the American Red Cross asking for contributions to aid the suffering men and women in Turkey and the Balkan states was read and referred to the exec utive committee. A letter stating that next Tuesday even, ing Mrs. Alice Stebbins, a member of the police force of Eos Angeles, would deliver an address in the Unitarian Church, 14th and E streets northwest, on the advisability of having women as an adjunct to police administration in the cities was referred to the commit tee on law and order. The committee on public order of the Board of Trade is to meet in the board rooms Monday evening at 8 o'clock to make arrangements for a trip of inspec tion through Center market Thursday at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. IN THE WORLD OF SOCIETY / ME. AND MRS. CARROLL MARK THEIR SILVER WEDDING. Dinners and Other Sociable Events. I Pleasure Plans. Notes. Attendance on the silver wedding annl-! versary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll, at Doughoregan Manor, Md., yesterday, and at the opera In Baltimore last night, exactly fitted the plans of several Wash lngtonlans. At the former event, which took up most of the forenoon and after noon, a distinguished company Joined with the Carrolls in the happy event. The home of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, was built In 1717 by his father. Mt. and Mrs. Charles Carroll and their son, who is the eighth to bear the name of Charles, are now Its occupants. They led the procession into the manor chapel and were followed by the receiving party, Mrs. Charles Carroll of Homewood, Mrs. O. H. P. Johnson of Washington, Mrs. J. H. O'Donovan of Baltimore, Mrs. W. J. H. Watters of Howard county, Mrs. Van Lear Black of Folly Quarter, Miss Eleanor Carroll of St. Marys county, Miss Josephine Lee and Miss Mary Mor decai of Baltimore and the house guests, Mrs. Edward Bavliss and Mrs. PLlbert H. Gary of New York and Mr. Carroll's half brother, Mr. Philip Acosta Carroll of New York. The chapel was decorated in the papat colors and the family party had seats on one side of the sanctuary. After the mass Cardinal Gibbons read a cable mes sage from the Pope giving his blessings and congratulations. The special guests were later enter tained at a buffet breakfast. The date of the fifth Baltimore assem bly has been announced for Thursday evening, January 18, and to be on the same elaborate scale as in former years. Invitations to subscribe will be issued shortly to the following prominent wom en, each of whom subscribes $100 toward the success of the ball: Mistresses Walter B. Brooks, Josias Pennington, Allan McLane, Francis K. Carey, Francis M. Jencks, Henry J. Bow dodn, De Courcy W. Thom, Bruce Cotten. R. Curzon Hoffman. Howard Munnikhuy sen, Wilson Patterson, Sherlock Swann. It. Brent Keyser, E. Stanley Gary, W. W. Spence, Alexander C. Nelson, N. Winslow Williams, H. Irvine Keyser, George C. Jenkins, James M. Thompson, W. Gra ham Bowdoin, Alexander Brown, Doug las H. Gordon, Robert Garrett, Miles White, jr.: J. Quitman Lovell, J. Trip lett Haxall, Henry B. Jacobs, John Gill, William T. Wilson and William M. Manly. Mr. William Jennings Bryan was honor guest at a dinner last night given by Mr. Hannis Taylor, whose other guests were Rev. Father Donlon, S. J., rector of Georgetown University; Representative Henry, Representative William R. Smith, Mr. Samuel Untermyer, Mr. Henry E. Davis, Mr. Ira E. Bennett, Mr, Henry C- Bell, Mr. Charles A. Douglas. Mr. William J. Bryan, jr., and Mr. William i W. Bride. Mr. and Mrs. Ten Eyck Wendell enter tained at dinner last night in honor of Miss Nannie Gilpin, who returns to Phil adelphia today after a visit with them. Their other guests were Gen. and Mrs George Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. George Howland Chase, the former minister to Norway and Mrs. H. H. Peirce, Mrs. Robert Hinckley, Mrs. Ralph Jenkins. Admiral O'Neil, Dr. Charles Swisher and Mr. Charles Henry Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell and MIfs Gilpin went later to the reception at the Pan-American building. Mrs. John Ft. Williams entertained at dinner last night for Miss Laura Mer riam and 41 r. James F. Curtis, assistant secretary of the Treasury, whose mar riage will occur November 26. The ushers at the wedding of Miss Alice Willard Boyd and Dr. A. Camp Stanley, I". S. N., retired. Deccember 3, at the Epiphany Church, will include Dr. Stafford McLean of New York, Lieut. Alexander VVadsworth, 1'. S. N.; Lieut. Lewis Dean Causey, I'. S. N.; Lieut. Lawrence Tread well, I". S. N.; Lieut. Russell Davis. I'. S. M. C.; Lieut Clayton Vogel, I*. S. M. C? and Colter Wells. Mr. Robert S. Hume will be best man. As already stated, the bride's at tendants will be Miss Carolyn Nash, daughter of Medical Director Nash, U. S. N.; maid of honor, and Miss Elizabeth Collins, Miss Natalie Magruder of Wash ington and Miss Margaret Taylor of Baltimore, as bridesmaids. Rev. Dr. Mc Kim will officiate, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Cole of Ogontz, Pa. A reception will follow at the home of the bride's parents, Dr. John C. Boyd, U. S. N., and Mrs. Boyd, after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kauffmann have closed their home on the Military road, and are now at the 16th street house for the winter. Dr. and Mrs. John Crayke Simpson sailed today on the Berlin for Naples. They will spend the winter and spring abroad, partly in Egypt and later in the south of France. Mrs. Charles J. Davis of Wllliamsport, Md., is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. D. Caldwell, at Colville, Bethesda, Md. Mr. Davis is president of the Board of Trade and of the Wilson. Marshall and Lewis club at Willlamsport. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Elliott of Ontario place have returned from a month's visit in Kansas City. Mrs. Andrew F. Gallagher was hostess at a luncheon yesterday, given in honor of Miss Edna May Becker. The guests were Mrs. James W. Orme, Mrs. James R. Wick, Mrs. Sloan Harrison, Mrs. Dalas Ora Southworth, Mrs. Joseph M. Hayden and Mrs. John Popham. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Ficklen have returned to Washington from Philadel phia, where they were the guests at luncheon of Admiral Austin M. Knight, U. S. N., on flagship Tennessee, previous to his sailing for Turkish waters. Mrs. William F. Holtzman is entertain ing at dinner this evening some of the visiting daughters of the United Daugh ters of the Confederacy at her home in the Rochambeau. Zeta of Sigma Kappa of George Wash ington University was delightfully enter tained Tuesday evening by Miss Ednah Florence Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Thomas Robinson, at her home, 2817 28th street, Woodley Park. This afternoon, from 3 to 5, the Chinese ladles of the Chinese chapel, 207 John Marshall place, will be at home to their friends. Mrs. Bing. assisted by Mrs. Moy Sue and Mrs. Moy Sing, will preside at the tea table. Mrs. George Thompson Prewitt will give a talk on temperance to the Chinese women. Mrs. Bing acting as interpreter. St. Aloysius Church was the scene of a beautiful and impressive wedding cere mony Thursday morning, at which Rev. E. de L. McDonnell officiated and cele brated a nuptial mass for Miss. Anna Marie Brady, daughter of Mrs. Anna M. Brady, and Mr. Oliver T Veihmeyer. Mgr. James F. Mackln. pastor of St. Paul's, the groom's parish church; Rev. A. J. Donlon of Georgetown University, Rev. M. J. -Kennedy of St. Dominic's, Rev. C. E. Wheeler of the Church of the Holy Comforter and Rev. William J. Brooks of St. Aloysius were in the sanc tuary. Palms, chrysanthemums and autumn leaves formed the decorations of the al tar and sanctuary. The bride was attired in a gown of ivory chiffon broadcloth, and carried a Bhower of bride roses and lilies of the val ley. Miss Louise Veihmeyer, her only at tendant, wore blue charmeuse and carried pink chysanthemums. Mr. Frank Veihmeyer was best man for his brother, and Mr. Edward L. Brady, Mr. Bartholomew J. McGuirl, Mr. Thom as F. Schweinhaut and Mr. Edwin O. Wood were ushers. After a reception at the home of the bride's mother the couple left for their honeymoon trip, bride wearing a IS VISITING HERE. MRS. E. B. GRIBB, Wife of the former United States Minister to Spain. traveling suit of blue and a small blue hat. Miss Clarlnne Hunter entertained yes terday informally at tea a few people In honor of Miss Edith Taliaferro. Former Senator and Mrs. John B. Hen derson will celebrate the former's birth day anniversary by a dinner tonight. He has reached his eighty-fourth anniver sary. Mrs. Joseph Henry Mendinhall has re turned to her home in Wilm.ngton, Del., after spending the week with Mrs. War ren Cochran, on Lamont street. The fact that President and Mrs. Taft have accepted the invitation to the drill in aid of the Army Relief Society will add greatly to the success of this worthy object. All of the ladies stationed at Fort Myer. as well as in Washington, are busy making preparations for tho after noon tea, which will follow the drill. Mrs. Albert Mills and Mrs. Garrard both huve their drilling aids. Mrs. Summerall, Mrs. Oilman, Mrs. Keltra, Mrs. G. R. Smith, Mrs. Marshall. Mrs. HofT, Mrs. Burr, Mrs. Walcott. Mrs. Aleshire, Mrs. Youn*. Mrs. De Witt, Mrs. Koote and Mrs. Borden are a few names from the long list of interested well wishers of the Army Relief Society. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been issued to the following: Samuel S. Kalisher of Chicago, 111., and Irma Stern of this city. Samuel F. Cooper and Lucy G. Harris, both of Linden, Md. Walter S. Norway and Elizabeth L. Ide. William Allen and Irema Burnett. James V. Vehi encamp of Edinburg, Va., and Bessie T. Deilinger of Conic ville, Va. George F. Rainey and Clara T. Mackin tosh. Hejira Tokunaga of New York city and Ida C. Swenson of Hoboken, N. J. Barney Blinstien of Baltimore, Md., and Fannie Parcous of this city. James J. Murray and Gertrude K. O'Brien. Clarence P. Herbert and Lillian E. Dennison. John H. Jones and Lillian E. Gray. Daniel S. Soudeis and Edna E. Grove. William A. Johnson and Adel E. Wig gins. Harry N. Huxford of this city and Jes sie Morris of Boston, Mass. Eugene Triplett of Wilmington, Del., | and Susie J. Adkins of this city. Copeland P. Jones and Marie L. Wood. Addison N. Scurlock and Mamie E? Fearing. Births Reported. The following births have been report ed to the health office in the past twenty four hours: James A. and Hazel J. Montgomery, boy. Patrick F. and Lillian C. Downey, boy. Clodomire and Ella B. Petrone, girl. Robert H. and Helen Ashlen, boy. William R. and Dorothy E. Thompson, boy. Louis and Regina Friedman, boy. Joseph B. and Julia E. Klein, girl. George H. and Josephine A. Stanford, boy. Karl F. and Lizzie M. Pfleiger, girl. Guy and Cora Murray, boy. Harry and Joseph Williams, girl. Marvin W. and Margaret H. Town, girl. Frank Irving and Edith M. Williams, girl. William S. and Pearl C. Macpherson, girl. Charles and Susie Lewis, boy. Charles E. and Sadie C. Hamann, boy. William T. and Gertrude Hall, boy. William and Ellen G. Johnson, boy. Louis A. and Eva Poindexter, girl. Samuel and Nellie Mills, boy. James and Carrie Mickey, girl. Charles M. and Julia M. Dorsey, boy. Henry and Carrie Ward, girl. John R. and Lottie F. Herbert, girl. John W. and Maud M. S. Cooper, boy. Albert and Alberta Dyson, girl. Paul H. and Georgie A. Harris, boy. William and Edna Stubbs. boy. Deaths Reported. The following deaths have been re ported to the health office in the past twenty-four hours: Henry ,N. Copp, 69 years. Garfield Hospital. James Q. Howard, 76 years, Brunswick apartment. Thomas A. Allen, 62 years, 1136 6th street northwest. George Sims, 28 years, Providence Hos pital. ? _ Masilla B. Cameron, 7i years, 19(X> I street northwest. Mary E. Arnold, 22 years, 6o2 I street southwest. Mary Aitkenhead, <2 years, 41 Myrtle street northeast. ^ Mary E. Crook, 75 years, 2612 Dumbar ton avenue northwest. Catherine Sprlggs, 23 years, Freedmen'g Hospital. Mary Johnson, 66 years, Little Sisters of the-Poor. Alfred Elsie, 46 years, 412 Ridge street northwest. . Marian Duckett, 27 years, 506 R street northwest. William Scott, 31 years, 71 K street southwest. Edward Roblnaon, f months, 410 1st street southwest. FRANK HURLEY CLUB ENTERS STAR CONTEST Members, All Pupils of Blake School, Expect to Make Good Showing. Another club of boys entered The Star's big five-thousand-dollar contest this week, and its members already are hustling hard for a slice of the prize money. The organization is the Frank Hurley Club, the address being ? 1245 North Capitol street, and the club i members have undertaken to work all over the northeast section of the city. The boys are all pupils of the Blake School, and they promise to display some team work in their efforts to capture a substantial share of The Star's gold coin that will make some organizations of older boys sit up and take notice. Schoolboys generally are taking a great interest in the contest, several others having entered during the last few days. Among these are Paul Cud lip of 474 O street northwest, a pupil at the Abbott School; W. C. I^a Claire, 422 10th street northeast, a student at Business High School, and others. Other Clubs Entered. Several other clubs and organizations have entered the contest and are hard at work, and others which entered some time ago will have to look out if these later comers in the struggle for the gold coin are not to beat them out. Today is the last day for the' 'special prizes offered for work done in the big contest for the week ending today. Names of the winners of these extra prizes will appear in The Star tomor row morning. UPBUILD OF LIBERIA. Arrangements Completed for Reha bilitation of Republic's Finances. The State Department has been advised of the completion of arrangements for the issue of bonds for the rehabilitation of the finances of the Republic of Liberia, and for the international control of the customs revenues of the republic, under the supervision of General Receiver Reed Paige Clark of the United States. Mr. Clark was appointed to that post on the recommendation of the Fresident of the United States. He will be assisted by three receivers appointed by Germany, Fiance and Great Britain, respectively. MARRIED. BEATTY?MARTIN. On Saturday. November 2, 1012, In Detroit. Mich., by the Rev. J. Pense of the Forest Presbyterian Cbutvb. JOSEPH G. BEATTY of Chicago, 111., and HELEN 8. MARTIN of this city. No cards. * DIED. COOK. Departed this life on Wednesday. No vember 13, 11)12, at 4 p.m., at her residence, 2612 Dumbarton avenue northwest. Mrs. ' MARY ELLEN COOK. She wag the widow of the late Kenton Cook and sister of the late Sophie Holmes; was the mother of Isaac P. Cook, mother-in-law of Mrs. Ella J. Cook and stepmother of Mrs. Mary E. Lewis and Mrs. Alice Evans, and many other relatives and friends mourn her loss. Free a-t last from all temptation. No more need of watchful care; Joyful in complete salvation. Given the victor's crowa to wear. Funeral at 1 p.m. Sunday, November 17. from Mount Ziou M. E. Church. 2i)th street be tween Dumbarton avenue and O street north west. Interment at Mount Zion cemetery. * DUNBAR. On Friday, November 13. 1912, at 8 p.m., at her residence, No. 228 Lovett ave nue, Norfolk, Va.. EVALINA G. DUNBAR, beloved sister of Mrs. 8. H. Hlnes. Funeral services Sunday. Noveml*?r 17, at 2 p.m., at her late residence, Norfolk, Va. * GORDON. On Friday, November 15, 1912. at 11:45 p.m.. JOSEPH H. GORDON, son of the late Joseph T. and Sarah A. Gordon. Funeral Mouday. November 1?, at 2:3<) p.m., from the residence of bis sister, Mrs. J. Ferris, 813 G street southwest. 17* HARDESTY. On November 15, 1912. at 3:30 a.m., at his residence, 1300 V street south east. WILLIAM WALTER HARDESTY, son of Mr. and Mrs. \\ iliiam A. Hardesty. Funeral services at St. John's Chapel, Forest Glen, Md., at 2 p.m. Sunday, November 17. ? HENSON. On Friday. November 15. 1912, at, 5:30 a.m.. LUCY ANN HEN SON. for ove* sixteen years a faithful maid in the family of the late C. B. Church. Funeral from Mount Moriah Baptist Church, 2nd and N streets southwest. Sunday. November 17. at 1:30 p.m. Friends and relatives in vited to church. Interment private. ? HIBBS. On November 16, 1912. MARIE, wife of Burnette Hibbs. Burial" from Lee's chapel Monday at 2 p.m. Friends and relatives Invited to attend. JACKSON. On Friday, November 15, 1912, at his residence, 1024 Florida avenue northwest, HORACE P. JACKSON, Jr., the devoted hus band of Teresa Jackson (nee Washington); the beloved son of Annie R. and Horace P. Jackson, and brother of J. William Jackson, Mrs. Jessie M. Ayers and Mrs. Eva M. Rich ardson. ? . Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, November 17, at the Metropolitan A. M. E. Church. M street between 15th and 16th streets north west. I?* JACKSON. Departed this lite Friday, Novem ber 15. 1912. at 0:45 a.m., at hla residence, 1024 Florida avenue northwest, J HORACE T .. Jr.. devoted husband of Teress Jackson and beloved son of Ann*' H. and Horace 1". Jackson. sr., and loving father of Brunda N and Sojourner E. Jackson. Funeral Sunday. Noveml>er 17. at l.Trt p.m., from Metropolitan A. M. E. Church, M street be tween 10th and 17th streets. Friends and relatives Invited to attend. ? JACKSON. The oScm and member* of Old Ark I/vie '. No. 16W, U. I'. O. O. F., lire requested to iik-oC at Odd Felkiws' Hall Sunday. November 17. 1912, at 12::#) p.m.. for the puri?ose of attending lh* funeral of our deceased brother, HORACE I*. JACKSON, Jr. Member* of sister 1-slges cordial ly Invited to psrtlcipate. W. L. TIGN'OR. S. ?. JOS. E. VOl'Xd, Secretary. * JACKSON. The meml>er? of the Yoanc Men'* Immediate Relief Association are hereby notified of the death of Brother HORACE I*. JACKSON. at ht? residence. 1?C4 Florid* avenue northwest, on Friday. November 15. Funeral will 1m- held frotu Metropolitan A. M. K. Church. M street north west, Sunday, November 17. at 1 :."V? p.m. All inemt>ers lire ordered to meet at the resi dence ??f mir late brother at 12:30'and escort the remain* to the church order of A. LINCOLN ALEXANDER. President. ARTHUR K. BROWN. RceorditiK Secretary. ? JACKSON. All members of the Frederick Douglass Relief Association are requested to attend the funeral of our brother. HORACE IV JACKSON, at Metro polltau Church. M st. bet. l(?h and 17th sts. n.w.. at 2 p.m. November 17. * JACKSON. Departed this. life Friday. November 15. 11(12, at i>:45 a.m.. at hi* residence. 72 F street southwest. EDMUND JACKSON, husband of Leua Jackson and brother of Wil liam Jackson. Funeral Monday. November is. at 1 o'clock, from Zlon Baptist Church. F street southwest. ReT. William J. Howard, pastor. Relatives and friends Invited. Cask< t w ill not Im> open in church. 17* JOHNSON. Suddenly, on Thursday. November 14, 11)12, at lU:3tl a.m.. at his residence, 1822 21st street northwest. FREDERICK, be loved husband of Mildred Jotinson and step fatiter of Janle Cliurchill Fleming. Funeral Sunday at 1 o'clock from Zlon Baptist Church, F street between .'!rd and 4'i streets southwest. Hev. William Howard, paatiw. Friend* of the family Invited to attend. 10* t LONG. On Thursday, November 14, 11)12, at. 9:45 p.m.. DENNIS J., the lie loved husband of Catherine Ixmg tnec D imhuei. Funeral will take place from his iate resldeuce. No. 24W H street northwest, on Monday, No vember IN, at 8:3<> o'clock; thence to St. Stephen's Church, where hiyh ma-* will t?, sun* for the repose of bis soul at :i o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited to a i nl 17* MAISAK. On Saturday. Noveinl?T lii, IH12. at 12:lt' a.m., at Georgetown University ll"? pltal,, OEORGE II MAISAK. Iieloved liu* l>and "of Mary A. Mal*ak. In the forty-HintU year of Ills ajre. Notice of funeral hen-after. ? NOBLE. On Friday. Noveml*-r 15. 1912. at H p.m.. at her residence, ]i'i27 Lamont street northwest. GRACE LINCOLN. the l>o|oved daughter of Kllza C. aud the late Col. Jo ueph Noble. Funeral Monday. Novemlier IS. at 2 p.m.. from | her late residence, lnterm-nt at Arlington. 17 OWEN. On Saturday. Novemtier 10. ISI12, Mia. GEOROIE E. OWEN. beloved daugaier of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Dougherty. Funeral services at Kpiphany Church Monday, j November IN, at 2 p.m. Interment private. * P1NN. On Thursday, Novemlier II, 1912, st Frewltnen's Hospital. L0UVEN1A. wife of Samuel Plnn and mother of KlUabeth and Ernest I'lnn. Funeral will Is- held Sunday, November 17. from the MetroiioUtan Baptist Church. R street be tween 12th and 13th stree.s northwest, at 2 p.m. Rev. M. W. B. Norman will officiate. Relatives and friends Invited. 17* PLANT. On Friday, November 15. 1912, at 10 a.m., at her residence. 2!*i5 Georgia avenue northwest, MARlETiA PLANT. Funeral Monday. November IN, at 9 a.m., from Church of the Sacred Heart; thence to Alex andria, Vs. 17* ROELKER. On November 14. 1912. In Rich mond. Vs.. PARTHENIA PORTER, widow of Rear Admiral C. R. Roelker. Burial In Arlington. Private. THOMAS. On Friday. November IB, 1912. at 10 o'clock p.m., at her residence. 127 6tli street northeast, CHARLOTTE THOMAS, l"> loved wife of David P. Tliouia*. Funeral Monday, November 18. at 9 a.m., froua St. Joseph's Church, 2nd snd C streets north east. where mass will be said for the repose of her soul. Interment at Mount Olivet cemetery. IT* TOLSOS. Depsrted this life on Friday. Novem lier 15. 1912. at Providence Hospital, MARY ELLEN TOLSON, daughter of the late John II. and Henrietta Qusnder and lieloved wife of Frederick Tolson, sister of James, John 8., Edward J. and Wlillam I). Quattder. Funeral from St. Mary's Catholic Church, Upper Marlboro, Md., Monday, November IN, at 11 a.m. Friends and relatives Invited. (Upper Marlboro papers please copy.) 1 < * In Hemoriam. HALL. In sad but loving remembrance of our devoted wife and mother. ELIZABETH K. HALL, who departed this life eight years ago todsy, November 10. 1904. God called her home. It was His will. But In our hearts we love her still. Her memory is as dear today As on the evening she passed away. BY HER DEVOTED HUSBAND AND CHIL DREN. ? MELCHIOR. In loving remembrance of otir dear (rrandfatlier, LOUIS J. MEM'HIOR, who died one vear ago today, November 10, 1911. ? BY MARION AND DOROTHY. THORNE. Departed this life two years ago today, November 10. 19lo. GEORGE K., be loved husband of Llxtle Thome. Two years ago his summons came; I do not know Just why The Lord should take him from my side Just why he had to die. He need not know how much he's missed. How sad has been my lot; But Lord. I pray, please let George know That him I've not forgot ? BY HIS LOVING WIFE LIZZIR. Wil-DMAN. In loving remembrance of our dear daughter and sister. AUGUSTA H. WILD MAN. who died four years ago today. Novem ber 10, 1908. Sleep, dear sister, and take your rest. We loved you. But God loved you best. BY HER DEVOTED MOTHER AND SISTERS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. ESTABLISHED 1850. JOSEPH GAWLKRS SONS, 1730-32 PA. AVE CHAPEL. PHONE M. 1654. D? JJ. BREADY CO. Livery. JOHN T. GARNER Mcr. Chapel. 1407 Uth st. Phone N. 3787. FRANK GEIER'S SONS, 1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W. Modern chapel. Telephone call North 529. George P. Zurlhorst, 301 E. CAP. ST. Established 1SS7. CHAS. S. ZURHORST. Mgr. W. R. SPEARE, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMKR. ~ F Street N.W. WASHINGTON. D. 0. 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