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Summer Hats Less Than Half. Next to Cor. 11th. 1106 G St THE BIG HOUSE OF FASHION. Best Panama Hats in Town at $5. They're $8 Value. This establishment will close Friday and Saturday, July 4th and 5th, giving its employes the benefit off a 3-day holiday. Big Bargain Sale Thursday As we are closed Friday we give you Friday's bargains on THURSDAY this week. Better be early ? the values are EXTRAORDINARY! $10 and $12 Dresses, Thursday at $5.95 Daintiest models in Lingeries, Voiles, Linens, Crepes. Ratines and Dollv Vardens. ioo Natty Dresses, lingerie and fancy voiles. $8 value. Thursday, $3.95 $18 Dresses; Smartest Styles. $0 05 Ratines, linens and voiles $35 Handsome Summer Dresses. * $ 10 OS Voiles, lingeries and crepes & $2? SHADOW LACE AND SILK DRESSES. $15.00 Shown in a variety of beautiful styles in Ecru and White Shadow Laces and C repe de Chine and Crepe Meteor Silk Dresses, in all colors. These are exceptionally elegant creations. SMARTEST FADS IN CLOTH AND SILK COATS. Dress and semi-dress models. Sport and Beach Coats. Vail yes to $116.5? go at $8.95 Values to $32.5? go at ?$I5.00 Thursday Extra Special Reductions in Tailored Cloth Suits. ^8 Suits Sold for $2? Go Thursday at $8.95 27 Suits Sold for $30 Go Thursday at $12.95 Navy and Black Serge Suits sold for $27.50 Go Thursday at. .. .$15.00 12 Handsome White Suits Sold for $37.50 Go Thursday at $ 16.95 >5 Suits; plain colors and finest mannish materials. Sold to a-** ? ? $4 9. Go Thursday at $ 19.75 8 Beautiful Silk Suits. Were $55 and $65; at $25 & $35 100 RAMIE LINEN SUITS; BEST MAN-TAILORED MODELS. Plain and fancv stvles. Values to $16.50. Go Thursdav at $9.50 >0 Linen Suits. Regular $9 Values. Go Thursday $4.75 25 Imported Ratine Suits; all colors; exclusive styles. Values, $32.50. Go Thursday at $19.95 10 Dozen More White P. K. Skirts. $3.50 Values; at $K98 69c ANOTHER RIG SALE OF DAINTY WAISTS. All sizes. Many styles. Values to $2. Thursday 300 "OF THE PRETTIEST $3 TO $,- SUMMER WAISTS On Sale Thursday at $1.98 and $2.98 Too many styles and materials to describe. Come and see them. Those Beautiful, Long Japanese Kimonos Selling Fast. $4 Values $1.98 i $5 Values $2.98 Two Famous Leverton Specials. f Silk Wash Shirts H and Silk Underskirts. > $1.98 mi,mmTTTT A Great ana Instant Success! EOMONSTON Quick Clearance Sale s, Women's, Children's Sloes beginning today prices are cut lower still to make mure room for the workmen who will be^in. in a few days, the / ? REMODELING OF OUR STORE FRONT. S4.50 Pumps, All Leathers. WOMEN' WOMEN' WOMEN' WOMEN' WOMEN'S MEN' MEN' $4.00 Oxfords. All Leathers. $5.00 Colonials. Dull and Patent S4.50 Low Button, All Leathers S4.50 Pumps. All Leathers. $5.00 Low Shoes, General Clearance. S5.50 and $6.00 Standard "Foot Form" Oxfords. CHILDREN'S Low Shoes $3.35 $3,115 $3.85 $3.35 $3,115 $3.85 $4.75 20% Off on Entire Stock Store Closed July 4th and Saturday, 5th EDMONSTON & CO., IK? 1334 F Street ,S,. "Advisers ar.d Authorities on All Foot Troubles " mi ,M|MM,,,,,,[[,||M |m11111111^ * COMPLAINS AGAINST BOYS. northwest, has complained to the police of annoyances caused in the vicinity of G. B. Laughlin Annoyed by Base Ball Games Near Home. h,s w,fe from beln* atruck b> a _?*- t.u'UhliTi. :j4>7 Brov.n ?-?reet i .Vr. I ari^i.'in also com:?l?ined of the uml?er of unmuzzled dogs seen on the street in the vicinity of his home. The police of the tenth precinct were in structed to prevent a repetition m>t the base ball annoyance, and to make ar rests. if nccesjsary. Pws. & (Ej?. 937-939 F Street. No Branch Stores. The July Ciearamce Offers Many 3! Bargains for the Fourth's Use X When Clearance time comes here, as it does twice a ? year, many thousand dollars' worth of seasonable wearables $ are voluntarily sacrificed to maintain that fixed policy of ? ? ours?not to carry anv merchandise over into the next sea- a t son- % X That's what this sale means?and it is rich in oppor- X tuiiities of economy such as these? j | $2 and $2.5? WASH DRESSES=fin $ yi .00 | $ meat effects, alfl colors, and alii sizes.. U % I $110.00 HANDSOME TAFFETA SILK $g.98 ? X DRESSES=very foigh=grade models. | $115, SI7.5? and $20 CLOTH SQJIITS= $ e-00 | our distinctive stylesc. ............... ^ $ | $2 and $2.50 WAISTS=Crepe de Chine, | | Voile' amid Lingerie=the very latest (fhgc | 5 styles. Alfl sizes V !?: i $5.(0X0) GENUINE ECUADOR PANAMA HATS, ? j: perfect brands, correct proportions $< 6 and tree Ihead sizes - $ $3 and $4 TRIMMED HATS=Every $ jj .( o o o o o o o Y Y Y Y i Y Y Y Y Y ? one different, and no duplicates S $5.00 TRIMMED HATS=riclh in mia= $ ^ . ? terials and artistic shapes............ 11 | ? $7.5(0), $110 and $112.50 TRIMMED I y HATS=aM productions ffronii clever $ ^ .5(0 $ ? designers <*5 * X~X~X~X~XK~X~XK"X~X~X~X"X~X"X?X~X~X~X~X~X"X~X"X"><X~X Fiim&l Cl?airaiac@ ?ff Maasonn E??ap? F7 miMMED MAT, THAT FORMERLY SOLD AT $5 to $12.5? $ Mow o o o o You'll need a new hat for vacation wear. Here's your opportunity to get one for almost nothing. mama: Those popular small medium shapes. My special price qB)3ocE)? MAISON ROSA, 71411th SfcN.W. IKosa Bask., Beft. G asad H Sts. Which makes it necessary for you to supply your footwear needs of "the Fourth" outing tomorrow. Assortments are splendid ly intact. 1U' UtWW Dress Forms Just think what It moans to have a Driw. Form that duplicate* your flgnrv (.x-ftly' No more misfltn. No more wor 3? rvlne Yon ("imply 1' Hi' dress to tU s|j: form," an<l the -in-as fits you. 8 Ask to see our ;o: Special Dress >? opJcj/U) & Forms at > Bust Forms. 75c up. 1 OPPEX HEI\I E R'S, V Cor. 8th and E Sts. N.W. v.- new home sewing machines. ? Vacation Tome g -FINDS DERMA- K TINE in greater S? demand than ever. S The "summer girl" ? who prizes her ftood S skin and complex- 8 ion is never with- ? out a bottle of this helpful toilet lotion. Thompson Pharmacy, ? Frink C. Henry. Prop.,703 I5th& gSy^yso^HA^" *TOKv*mmmx ? Derma tine Skin Lotion, 25c Medical Corps Examination. Cols. H. P. Birmingham and Walter D. McCaw and Capt. Charles p. Crai>? of the medical department have been appointed a board to meet in this city July 14 for the purpose of conducting the preliminary examination of appli cants for appointment in the medi.al corps of the army. Similar examining Mh?*cm? me<" 'he ?? it pays to read the want .olumns of The Star. Hundreds of situation? are filed tlirouf?'1 "ien)- . . * READY FOB IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. "Weather-test" MONUMENTS, Made from the Heart of the Granite. ? The Rupprecht Co., 12/-i33 Penna. Ave. | Successor to J. F. Manning. $1 Wateh Cle.min;; $1.00 Mainsprings All Work (Suiirniiteed. A. KAIIX, ! 35 K N.W. M per cent D(n coiint on PrcMerip tloiiM. 1 i>air of Lcnws to see near ami far $1 $10 Invisible Itifocals; ?:o cement or blur. I'air.&t ADQLPH KAHX, 935 F St. GROGAN'S Of course, our store will be closed on Saturday, July 5, as well as on Independence day. For over twenty-five years it has been our pci!cy to give our employes these long week-end vacations when ever a holiday occurred on a Friday. This is in line with our general business attitude?a liberality that extends to our customers in every transac tion. It's the policy that, has made us the leading home furnishing establishment of Washington, and has kept the continued patronage of those who once make a pur chase here. During July and August our store will close daily at 5 o'clock, and on Saturdays at 1 o'clock. Peter Grogan & Sons Co. 817 to 823 Seventh St. Urge Woman Suffrage Committee. A committee of woman suffragists called on Speaker Clark, Majority Leader Underwood and Chairman Henry of the House rules committee today, urging a standing committee on woman suffrage in the House. Miss Alice Paul, Mrs. William Kent and Mrs. Helen Todd were among the visitors. The Stanton (Va.) Chamber of Com merce Mohdav adopted resolutions asking the co-operation of Representative Flood and Senators Martin and Swanson in an effort to secure a new post office building to cost $150,000. the business of the city liavirg outgrown the old luiHlng. ttptrt. AND THERE WITH CAPI TAL NOTABLES. Hospitalities at Home Club?Other Little Parties?Per sonal Notes. The Chief Justice, who accompanied Mrs. White and their niece. Miss Mont gomery, to White Sulphur Springs last week, has gone on 'a short visit to Louisiana. The French ambassador and Mine. Jusserand are sailing for France to morrow, and are now in New York. They will he abroad til! the autumn, and Count Peretti de la Rocca. charge d'affaires, will be at Deer Park for the (summer. Mrs. Henry F. Dimock gave a ainner last night at her Bar Harbor cottage for her sister-in-law. Mrs. Henry Whit ney of Boston. She will give a tea the Fourth, and by the middle of this month expects to be Joined by her daughter. Mrs. Dimock Hutchinson, !who has been abroad several months. i 1 ' Mrs. Zenas Marshall Crane, mother of former Senator Crane, celebrated her eighty-fifth birthday yesterday at Dal ton, Mass., with five generations of the family present. Mr. Neyle Colquitt entertained informal ly at dinner last night at the Columbia Country ?^lub, in compliment to Col. Pleasant A. Stovall of Savannah, recently named as minister to Switzerland. Brig. Gen and Mrs. William L Mar shall. Miss Helen Rowland and Air. Kd X. Fortson were other guests. Mrs. Dell Mott has just returned from a trip with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Prank McCormick, to Lake Morey, Fairlee, Vt. Returning, she visited her niece, Mrs. Lawler Kelley of Phladelphia, Pa., for merly Miss Minnie Craves of this city. Mrs. L. A. Stubblefield and her mother are leaving the last of this week for Nar ragansett Pier to remain until Septem ber. Mrs. Olivia J. Delcher of tHis city and Stephen K. Mason of Baltimore were married yesterday, the ceremony being performed by Rev. W. W. Barnes, pas tor of the Douglas Memorial Church, at the church rectory. For years Mr. Mason was one of the leaders in republican politics in Balti more. He was elected chairman of the republican city committee in 1882, and served for two years. Again, in 1807, he was elected, and continued in office for a number of years. Mrs. Barbour Walker, who has been the principal of the National Cathedral School for Girls for several years, has recently resigned that position and left yesterday to open a school for girls at Manila, under the Rt. Rev. Bishop Brent of the Episcopal Church. Mrs. Walker's departure is greatly re gretted and in token of their apprecia tion of her work at school the lay mem bers of the board of trustees of the Prot estant Episcopal Cathedral Foundation of the District of Columbia have pre sented her with a beautiful silver pitcher and salver, bearing the following in scription: "Presented to Mrs. Barbour Walker by the lay members of the Protestant Epis copal Cathedral Foundation of the Dis trict of Columbia, with sentiments of the highest esteem and regard, and in appreciation of the grace, dignity and ability with which she has presided for the past seven years over the National Cathedral School for Girls at Washing ton." Representative and Mrs. Scott Ferris of Oklahoma will leave the 9th for a visit to Atlantic City. Mr. Ferris' sister. Miss Anne Ferris, will go with them. Miss Elsie P. White and Mr. Alfred B. Lindsay, both of this city, were quietly married at the home of the bride's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. White, 1820 Rhode Isiand avenue northeast. Dr. W. R. Wedderspoon performed the ceremony, which was witnessed only by members of the two families. After a short trip Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay will join some friends in a camping party for the remainder of the summer, and in the fall will taKe an apartment on Columbia Heights. Mr. Lindsay received his A. B. degree in June from George Washington I'nlver sity, and is a member of the 1915 law class of thai institution. Mr. Edwin A. Newman and family have gone to Ocean City, Md.. where they will spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lansburgh and daugh ter Evelyn will motor in their car July 4 to Philadelphia, Trenton and Atlantic City. En route they will visit Mrs. Lans burgh s sister, Mrs. E. A. Corbett. at her beautiful summer home, Riverside av enue, on the Delaware. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Nesbit and son left last Friday for an extended mo tor trip. After a few weeks on the Jer sey coast they will go to Maine and the White mountains, returning home the last of September. j Col. Pleasant A. Stovall of Savannah, recently appointed United States min ister to Switzerland, expects to sail July 29 for Genoa, where he and Mrs. Stovall expect to meet their daughter. Miss Stovall. who went abroad abaut a month ago. Another daughter. Mrs. Mason, will accompany her parents to Switzerland. Minister Stovail will es ; lablish his legation in Be: ne. The marriage of Miss Edyth E. Wal lace, daughter of Mrs. Mamie Wallace of Upper Marlboro, Md.. and Mr. Murry Metz of this city took place at the rec tory of Rev. Mr. Wills of Ellico.t City, Md., Monday afternoon. June 30. The bride was becomingly attired in blue brocaded traveling silk, with hat and gloves to match, and carried a bou quet of bride roses. The couple left immediately for an extended trip in their touring car to Baltimore. Phila delphia and New York. After their re turn Mr. and Mrs. Metz will reside at their country home for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. William Lawrence Hickev leave today for an extended trip through thfc far west, going by way of the Cana dian Rockies. They will visit Washing ton. Oregon and California, and the Yel lowstone Park. Among the passengers sailing on the: Kronprinz Wilhelm yesterday was Dr. William Gerry Morgan of this city, who is going for his annual motor tour in Europe. Dr. Morgan will be met at Cherbourg by Mrs. Morgan and their daughters with their motor. Dr. Morgan will attend the City Planning Congress to be held at Ghent, Belgium. July 27, to which he has been appointed as a dele | gate to represent the District of Co | lumhia. PLANNING LAWN FETE. I Managers of Friendship Settlement House "to Entertain. The board of managers of Friendship Settlement House Association is plan ning a lawn fete to be given tonight at I Belmont, 14th and Clifton streets north west. The grounds are to be lighted by strings of electric bulbs and there will be dancing in the house from 8 to 10 o'clock. There will be a regular schedule of trips from the estate to Rock Creek Park. The committee in charge of the fete is composed of Mrs. W. G. Stuart, chair man: Mrs Robert 11. Young, Miss Flora L. Johnson, Mrs. Kirk Holmes. Miss Lydia Burklin. James Clift and Fred L. Fishback. Two Admitted to Practice. Norman Fischer and A. Stuard Young were admitted to practice today before the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia at a meeting in general term on motion of Attorney William Henry Dennis. Justice Anderson presided at the general term, and had with him Justices Gouid and Wright. DENOUNCED AS UNTRUE Manuel Perez Romero Denies Story of Atrocities in Du rango, Mexico. i Manuel Peres Romero. confidential agent of the constitutional government of Mexico, here today gave out the fol lowing statement relative to the atroci ties alleged to have been committed after the recent taking of the city of Durango: "Certain exaggerated reports have been telegraphed to the United States by a news association claiming thath upon the capture of Durango by the constitu tionalists hundreds of persons were tor tured and compelled to disclose the whereabouts of their money. Now comes another story from the same source adding that women also were subjected to many insults and Indignities by our troops. These reports have been man ufactured absolutely out of whole cloth by the Huerta faction. As there has been no telegraphic communication be tween Dur&ngo and Mexico City for at least a month they could not, conse qutntiy, have originated at the former place. Classed as Pure Inventions. "An American citizen who was present when Durango was occupied by the constitutionalists arrived yesterday at San Antonio, Ti-x.. and denounced the reports referred to as pure Inventions. Inasmuch as the constitutionalists are' making a tight for the restoration of law and order in Mexicd, and are employing every means to gain the confidence of the inhabitants of each state, it is unreason able to suppose that they would, on the capture of an important city?the inhab itants of which are practically unanimous in their favor?seek to Inaugurate a reign of terror such as that described." Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been issued to the following: Tony Cosimano and Helen Gallagher. Henry A. Hayward of this city and Lila Abbott of Norfolk, Va. Isaiah T. Shepard and Lillian Brooks. Hugh C. McCully and Nancy A. Hebb. William S. Naylor and Adeline Stokes. Raleigh J. Stanberry of Tuxedo, Md., and Lucy J. Clarke of this city. Jesse C. Miller and Myrtle L. Gar rett. George Taylor and Georgia Murry. < David M. Pitts and Anna C. Waters. Robert J. Greene of this city and Anna MusBelman of Baltimore. Md. Morris Mickelson and Bertha Roth man. George E. Sponsler of Baltimore, Md., and Judith Mollott of Kingston, N. Y. Births Reported. The following births have been report ed to the health department in the last twenty-four hours: Harry K. and Margaret E. Wilson, girl. Earl H. and Olga L. Smith, girl. Frederick A. and Emma M. Schaub, boy. William T. and Inez M. Pugh. girl. Ray L. and Susan E Parker, girl. Edward L. and Clara B. Handy, boy. Harry B. and Bernadette C. Huhn. boy. Joseph E. and Sidney Chick, boy. James L. and Louise M. Crawford, girl. Joseph H. and Mary H. Waters, boy. Ulysses H. and Mary E. Salunders, boy. Edward and Ida Mlddleton, boy. William and Ida JohnBon. girl. Chesterfield and Bertha Franklin, boy. John and Minnie Bradley, girl. Deaths Reported. The following deaths have been report ed to the health department In the last twenty-four hours: Henry A. Ammon, 40 years. 140 C street northeast. Catherine S. Coliflower, 80 years, 325 G street southeast. Allen Wood, 7m years. 1906 Rhode Island avenue northeast. John E. Suit, 57 years, 818 B street northeast. Abigal P. Sparks, 35 years, Garfield Hospital. Eugene Cooley, 41 years, Sibley Hos pital. Frank J. Kenney, 33 years. 620 11th street southwest. George D. Brooks. 02 years. Emergency Hospital. Daniel B. Andrews, 49 years, 1924 17th street southeast. Annie L. Boose, 48 years. 1011 7th street northwest. Bernardina Phiilis, 6 months. 2300 K street northwest. Howard L. West. 5 months, 106 K street northwest. Walter D. Smith. 18 days, 218 3d street northwest. Rachel E Thompson, 20 years, 626 3d street southwest. Richard Chase, 2 years, 1260 Nolans court southwest. Emily Laws, 70 years, 2135 Ward place northwest. Clarice Moore, 18 years, Freedmen's Hospital. Eugene Patton, 66 years, Washington Asylum Hospital. Julia Stuart. 56 years. Tuberculosis Hospital. Charles Miller. 3 months, 447 S street northwest. Ksttlla Warwick, 11 months, 1222 Klrby street northwest. CULLOM WILL GET BACK PAY. Controller Decides in His Favor as Lincoln Memorial Head. Senator Shelby M. Cullom. whose salary as resident commissioner for the Lincoln memorial was held up by the act of Pres ident Taft in vetoing the sundry civil bill, with the repassage of that bill and its signing by President Wilson June 2-t. will receive his pay from March 8, the day he took oath, at the rate of $5,000 a year. The controller of the Treasury, George E. Downey, decides that Congress having au thorized the duty assigned to Senator Cul lom as resident commissioner, and the sundry civil hill, both as vetoed by Presi dent Taft and as later signed by Presi dent Wilson, made proper provision for his salary, the appropriation was properly chargeable with the fulfillment of tne ob ligation Incurred from the date of l?is taking oath of office March fi. So Senator Cullom will receive bacK pay. OFFERS TO GIVE HIS LEG. Wheeling Cripple Wonld Aid Vic tims of Hnsted Mill. BUFFALO, N. Y., July 2.?In a letter to Mayor Louis "P. Fuhrmann. Charles F. Golner of Wheeling, W. Va., a crip ple, offers to part with his left leg to aid the victims of the Husted elevator fire upon whose bodies large quantitles of skin must soon be grafted. Golner in his letter says: "My left limb has been of no service to me since it was crushed a number of years ago, though the skin, accord ing to a specialist, is in a perfectly healthy condition. 1 would gladly give it to the Husted mill sufferers with the understanding that the expense o? the operatiofi be borne by those en gaged in relief and rescue work." Accompanying the letter is an affi davit from the editor of a Wheeling newspaper that the offer is bona fide. Mayor Fuhrmann turned the letter over to the hospital authorities. Robert Hynes escaped from jail at Upper Marlboro. Md., by fastening hi> blanket to the cell door and twistin it with a piece of water pipe In such a way as to pry the door open. * \ LEAVES AJUfY WAS COLLEGE. Gen. Crosier How Chief of Bureau of Ordnance. Brlir. Gen. William Oroaier ha* re linquished hi* duties an president of the Army War College in thin city, and re aiaumed his duties as chief of the bu reau of ordnance. War Department, re lieving Col. Rogers Birnie. who has been acting as chief of ordnance for the past year under detail. Col. Rogers Birnie re turns to New York a* president of th* ordnance board, an office he formerly oc cupied. Col. K. B. Babbitt. ?ho has been an extra member of the ordnance lw?ar<l. is designated to command the Sandy Hook proving grounds It is reported that Oen. Croster soon will apply for re tirement tinder the forty-year service clause. DIED. ADAMS, on Monday. June :*?. Will I AM II.. hfliwcd busl?anJ of Hattie Wayne Adams, a saemtwr of People's Oonjrr fKll.Tnl Church. Kane rat Thursday. July 3. at 3 P 1,1 - T? ??J? * Bros.' undertaking parlor*. L strett between I sili and 15?th streets. ANDREWS. On Jun< 30. lt'13. DANIEL B. AN liKBWS. aged forty-nine v.ar? Funeral services at hla late reaUWace 1??41 street. Anacostia. luie.rnient in Winch?aier. Vu. Knnerai private. BOOSE. On Tuesday. July 1. ANNIE I-., beloved * ife of John H. Boo*. i:*ed forty-*Wellt Tear*. Funeral from her Int.- residence 1011 . th at?*t northwest. on Thursday. July 8. at 11 a.m. Itelntlves and friend* invited to attend. ^In t'-rnent at Glen wood. CO! ?iIII AN Op Tuesday, July 1. 1913. St 10-W a iu .a! his residence, 6li? l??tb stn-et nortfc east. JOHN VINCENT. helowd Husband of Marv I. Coughlan mee WellsL Funeral from his late residence FrldHy nv'tTtinf. Ju!v 4. at K:3?>; them-e So SI. Joseph s? Our? a. where r<Hitiiem maw "ill t?* "aid at V> o clock f..r repose of hie soul. Relatives and friends invited. i.aws Entered into eternal rest on Monday. J.,n? :*> mi::, at 2:11 p.m.. at her residence. SIM Ward place. EMILY LAWS mother of Richard M Laws and Aieaina Cmwner. _ . , . ... _ Funeral on Thursday. July .1. at S "'''ock. ft?>m Nineteenth Street Baptist Church, friends invited. \li officers and memliers of the Indies' Mutual Immediate Relief Society are hereby notitted ?? nteet at the Nineteenth Street Baptist Chureh. .-orncr 10th and I streets northwest. Thursday, lulv :$ 1813 at 2t>.m.. to attend the funeral of Slater EMILY I.AWS. By '"^5R |T" l](.nii Mr*. BF.I.Ij HARK l* M.' E. DOIT.U88, Rc<-. Sec. LUSBY. On Monday. June 1013. a'^ <5 p m.. infant aon of Maurice K. and F.mma I1'. Luwy. Funeral at 3:.'U> this afternoon.. July 2. from residence. HIO? G atreet aoutheaat. Interment at Congressional cemetery. MI'IR. Suddenly, on Tuesday. Jul* 1. WW. at 10'3u a m.. at the residence of her daugh ter, Mrs. Blanche Mulr Dalglelali. ANOIK II MI'IR widow of the late Jolin P. Muir. Funeral Thursday. July S. at 10 a.rn . from her late residence. 2441 Ontario road. STEWART On Monday. Jun? 30. MIX. at 3 5rt p.m.. at her residence. 140S N atreet north west. S J AXE FENWICK. widow ?rf Walter Stewart, lu the eljrbty-sl*th year of her s?a Funeral from St. Matthew's i hurch Thursday. July 3, at 10 a.m. lntcrm-nt private. 2 STFRTEVANT. Funeral services for Al.BERT LYON BTVRTKVANT will ?>e held al Ma late residence. 34u? 10th street. TliUrMsy. July 3, 1013. at 3 p.m. Interment in Roj*a ? reek cemetery. WALKRR. r> parted this life on Tuesday. July 1. 1?U. at 3:20 p.m.. IIK'HARI? A. W ALK ER. beloved litishand of Sopiila R Walkar. Funeral will l?e held from his late residence. 1101 1* street northwest. Thursday. July ??. at 3:30 o'clock p.m. W \ I K F* R Memliera of the Aswwiation Oldest lui>abaa?ta of the District of Columbia are Jf* rlted to attend the funeral. ??*? ?' "I' associate. RICIIARn A. ?AI.KER residence. 1101 I' street northwest, Thursday. julv J. W-V^gKiiTw. NOVE8, MM. BENJ. W. REI8S. R. S. In Memoriam. CONNORS. In sad hut lovin* renieml.ram>_a# our devoted wife ?ind mother. MARTHA CONNORS, who pastil away one year ago today, July 2. ll?12. A shadow o'er our life ia cast ; ' We miss the sunshine of your face. ? BY HER HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. DA NT. In sad but loving remembrance of mg dear husband and a loving father, t HAKI.r.?> H DANT. who departed this life eleven yea a ago today. July 2. 11102. The jor of my life snd light of my love Has gone from our home to the mansion above. His voice, once so centle. ?*> tender and swaet. The message of goodness has ceased lo rcpea? BY HIS IXiVINO WIFE. He kept us all together. He strove so hard to please: The Ix>rd has call.-d him to his reward Of rest, pleasure and ease. * BY HIS CHILDREN. DONALDSON. In sad but, loving ,-en.cmhra^e of mv darling boy. WILI.IAM J. DONAW wh^> wa? drowned one year afo to?iay. July *2. 1912. The month <>f July once more Is here. To me the saddest of the year. Because it t.?>k from nie away Mv darling boy. ?u? year ago today. . * by his mother. GtRNFU In loving remembrance of our dear father. JOHN F. OARNER. who passed away five years ago today, July 2. l!*>fc. Although tlve years have passed away Since thou wast from us ls>rn?. Yet. father, we miss tlo-e every day. And still for thee we monru. . BY HIS CHILDREN. JENKINS. In fad but lov'if."*m'.^vK!N*S my dear parents. Rev. TI LNER J,;Nlv|. and LI CY E. JENKINS. wls> departed thhi life April 1. 1800. and Ju'y 2. 1?1? re spectively. Oh. If at times the stalu of grief t'pon my cheeks appears. It is because my saddest thoughts Find some relief In tears. ? BY THEIR DEVOTED DAUGHTER SARA. KLOTZ. In fad but loving rMicmbran.^ of my liear sister and our aunt, < H ATI I Kit IN h *. NORTON KLOTZ. wh? depart <ni this llfa two years ago today. July 2, IJll. Aanl versirv oi!is? St. Joseph s < liineh. BY IIF.R NEPHEWS AND ONLY SISTKR MAMIE. Fli iN t. - AIliKLCI0RS BOTELER & SiimSQE, Sue. to E. M. i Son, I'a. ave. s.?. Pk. Linen. 13('J>. Est. t'haiwl. Llve:y. R0 SPEARE, FUNERAL DIHECTOit AND EMBALMEK. 94?) F Street N.W. WASHINGTON. D. C. Phones Main Frank A. Sj?earc. Mgr. JOHN R. WRIGHT CO., 1^37 iot:i St. N.W. Phone NT. 47. J. WILLIAM LEE. Itinera! Director and Emoalnw.-. Lively ie eitnn^-iion. LVmmo dions chain-! uru modem crematoriiim. Modest prices. :i31f I'a. ave. n.w. Telephone . all 138">. "wia,"H. 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