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HOOPER BIROS.,
ill 939 P#fflini2IL Av& W^i^rLidaaidren. :
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(The Kind So Extensively Advertised at $4.00,
$5.00 and $6.00.)
All the new snappy styles in Men's Shoes, including the
popular English last, with low, broad keel and blind eve
W lt*e to top; '^ch <tJle 'is gfewn in paritont colt. - *? -
Shd russet caT(; all sizes amf all widths-?? lit tn any style.
Agents for "EDUCATOR" Shoes for flBses and Children. ,7' *
Full Line of HU-MAN-IC Shoes for Men.
Men's Smart
Including the English
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X ? ??* mrrrQ * GARMENT SHOP
608 TO 614 ELEVENTH STREET,
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Fur Trimmed Suits
and Dresses.
The best dressed women of Paris
York are wearing trim
mings of fur on their winter suits
audi dresses.
As usuaS, vr? are the first in
Washington to show an extensive
variety of these charming gar
ments at sensible prices.
The suits are of duvetyne, broad=
cloth, velvet and peau de peche= |
trimmed with fitch, seal, chinchilla :?!
/and skunk, 3 . |
The dresses are of crepe meteor,
crepe de chine, velvet and veflour= \
"rimmed-with the same exquisite $
?sirs as are on the suits. |
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Prices for both suits and dresses f
a "e extremely moderate=$25.?0 to |
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-j A31 of the season's best models, ?}'
. In the wanted colors, are shown; I
and this is the best time to make ?
- .your selection.
Usual $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 Kinds.)
The smartest and dressiest Footwear shown this season
?also English Last Shoes, with low heels for walking. The.
various styles are shown in patent leather, gun metal, vici
kid. tan ealf and black velvet?button and lace. A complete
line of sizes and widths in each style.
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Special *
yening
Celebration Tomorrow
At Harvey's
Restaurant
Daoci'mig fl(0):3?)o SoMveonrs
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A Private Dancing Room on Third
Floor for Qimests
GROGAN'S
We wish to call your par
ticular attention to the fact
that we carry a very large
stock of both heating and
cooking stoves.
You may find any desired
style or size for either oil,
gas or coal fuel.
Our lines in these goods
are not experiments: we've
had many years in which to
test their real merits.
You want a stove on which
you may depend, absolutely,
at all times, and we do
more than recommend?we
GUARANTEE that the
stove we sell you shall be
satisfactory?we will see that
it is RIGHT after you have
tested it.
Ip buying here you are
welcome to an open charge
account for any. purchases,
and your wishes will govern
the matter of divided pay
ments.
Peter Grogan & Sons Co.
817 to 823 Seventh St.
A Handsome
Pair
Of Opera Glasses
b-' ?
Makes a very acceptable
grift for a birthday or
Christmas. Our" holiday
stock of Opera Glasses from
the famous French maker,
Lemaire, is now ready for
your vie wing. In Pearl and
Gold. $5 to $50.
Roe Fulkgrson,
Optician,
1407 F St. N.W.
Opposite Willard Hotel.
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Largest Exclusive Millinery House
in Washington.
I New Millinery.
.. Many new arrivals in Charming
.. Hats for street, afternoon and
? ? evening wear^all priced within
4* reason.
New Furs. |
Complete line of New Fur Neck- 4*
* * piece* and Muffs?latest styles?at
\ \ attractive prices.
A few more $10 and $15
J Trimmed Hats to close out
4I at $5 and $7.50.
Mourning Millinery a Specialty.
?fcNow i ir\A Oi A. South
T At
1304 G Street,
Side.
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p We Have Big
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ft Our prices will prove this. We
will lay aside any purchase on a
& small.deposit.
& $50 Diamond Solitaire,
?: blue white, weighs 1-8 kt...
?A
$ r_?5 %-kt. Diamond Soll
? taire
$40 Three-stone Diamond
& Hoop Ring, in a Tiffany ...
% 14-kt. gold setting %
??t $100 Platinum Cluster King, ^
& octagon shape; diamond in %
K tenter ?
? $65 H-kt. Blue White SRtfh %
=? Diamond ^
5C $250 1-kt. Absolutely &
? Perfect Solitaire, in Cf| <n>(Th
platinum setting ?
3? A. Kahn, 935 F St. *
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Collars, 2!4c Shirts, 15c
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Good, pure soap and clean wa
ter?care and experienced?Im
proved Parisian laundry meth
ods. These are what make De
Sales laundered clothes sweet
and fresh, and last longer. <
de Sales
Hand
Laundry
Dry Cleaners
1730 L St. N.W. KrJS-Xr
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'Without a doubt."
Certainty of
Correct Styles
in Furs
Many women are de
laying their purchases of
Furs, not because of the
weather, but because of
their doubts regarding
what may be the proper
styles.
We can eliminate all
doubt in regard to style.
The models adopted as
correct for the coming
season are on display at
our store.
They are the original
Paris-made garments, and
you may buy these or we
will make exact copies
from Furs of your own
selection.
STINEMETZ
F and Twelfth.
The Traditions of
Halloween
will be appropriate
ly observed with
special attractions
planned for tomor
row night, in
The Grill Room.
Music, Menus and
Decorations jn har
mony with the oc
casion.
The Raleigh
Twelfth and the Avenue.
A Handy
Drug Store
With our delivery service
you can phone or write us for
what you want and it will
be delivered promptly ? to
any part of town?at any
hour during the day?and at
no extra charge.
When sending for our
specialties, include whatever
else you need. Our prices
are always in your favor.
. "Quality tells the story
V>f a true barga i n."
TYREE & CO,
15th and H Sts. Northeast.
For.
MEN
EveryFtfVtiN sye stamped in t/ie Ace ofC/ubs
Baptist Editor Succumbs.
LOUISVILLE. Ky., October 30.-Rev.
John Newton Prestrldgt-, Editor of the
Baptist World, published in Louisville,
and prominent in the affairs of the Bap-,
tlst Church in the T'nited States and
abroad, died suddenly at his home here
yesterday. Dr. Prestridge was eighty
years old. He suggested and promoted
to success the Baptist -World Congress!
held in London in. 1905.
IN THE WORLD Of SOCEIY
CAEDS FOR THE WHITE HOUSE
WEDDING WILL SOON BE OUT.
Marriages Here and Elsewhere of
Interest?Other News.
Notes.
Invitations for the Whit* House wed
ding November 25 were being addressed
today. They are engraved simply, and
read: "The President and Mrs. Wilson
request the pleasure of the presence of
at the weddiqg of their daughter.
Miss Jessie Woodrow, to Mr. Francis
Bowes Sayre, on November twenty-fifth,
nineteen hundred and thirteen, at half
after four o'clock, at the White House."
Th?* number of invitations has not been
finally decided upon, and detailed plans
; for the wedding are not yet ready for an
nouncement.
Mrs. Wilson and Miss Helen Woodrow
Bones motored over to Baltimore yester
day and did some shopping in a down
town department store. The White House
automobile attracted attention in front of
the store, and, while Mrs. Wilson was
busy within, a crowd collected outside to
get a glimpse of her when she emerged.
Mr. and Mrs. William F. R. Hltt, whose
marriage Monday last was such a sur
prise to their friends, are in New York,
where last night Mr. Joseph Leiter gave a
dinner for the couple, at which Mrs.
Hitt's brother, Mr. Stephen Elkins, was
also a guest. The party went to the
theater together later. Mr. Leiter re
turned to New York from Bermuda, and
is detained there by business affairs. His
family and guests aboard his chartered
yacht Niagara arrived some days ago at
Southampton, England.
Mr. and Mrs. Brainard H. Warner and
family have taken apartments at the
Farragut for the winter. Mr. Warner is
on a brief visit to his summer residence
in Geneva, N. Y.
The Vice President and Mrs. Marshall
are leaving here today for a week's stay
in Phoenix, Ariz., with the latter's par
ents, Judge and Mrs. Kimsty, formerly
of Angola, Ind.
A bridge and five hundred party will be
held at Raiischer's on the afternoon of
Monday, November .'1, at 2:30. for the
benefit of the Catholic Church at Chevy
Chase.
Representative and . Mrs. Page were
present at the marriage of their son,
Thaddeus Shaw Page, and Miss Martha
Macon Hinton, at Raleigh, N. C., last
night. A reception followed at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hinton, parents
df the bride, before the couple took the
train for a northern trip. They will be
at home in this city after November 15.
The marriage of Miss Grace Alberta
Peebles, daughter of Mrs. M. A. Peebles,
and Mr. Alexander S. Howard took
place Wednesday afternoon, October 20.
at Baltimore, Md., at the home of
the bride's sister, Mrs. L. Z. Johnson.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. L. Z. Johnson, D. Lk. of the Madison
S.reet Presbyterian Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard will be at home
to their friends, 1304 S street northwest,
after November lo.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan E. Burns of
Silver Spring, Md., have issued invita
tions for the marriage of their daughter,
Eva Male, and Mr. Glenn Cutler Dorsey
of this city. The ceremony will be at the
Rhode Island Avenue M. P. Church, 1st
and Rhode Island avenue northwest, at
2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The
couple will take the train immediately
after fbr Baltimore to board the boat for
Jacksonville, Fla., and other southern
points.
Mrs. Lilian Duvall sailed Saturday last
from New York to Panama.
Among those entertaining at dinner
last night at t\ie Chevy Chase C|ub were
Maj. and Mrs. Connor, Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Wilson, Mr. Spencer Gordon,
Mr. and Mrs. William Wheatley, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles V. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Weightman,. Mr. Flathers and
Dr. Weathers.
Count J. von BernstorfT, the German
ambassador, and the Countess von Bern
storff arrived on the Imperator yester
day from their annual visit to Europe,
which they spent in their castle in Ba
varia and in Berlin. Their son. Count
G. BernstorfT now make's his home in
New York and took part in the social
life of Long Island during the early
autumn and was among the youthful
notables at a recent costume ball given
for the Nassau County Hospital. The
ambassador and his wife are expected at
the German embassy lalte this afternoon.
Representative and Mrs. Horace
Vaughn, who are now at their Texas
home, will not return until early in De
cember, when they will be established at
the Driscoll for the winter. Miss Jean
Vaughn, their daughter, who is. now
visiting in New York, will be a debutante
of the winter.
The marriage is announced of Miss
Margaret Ritchie Orr, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George M. Orr. of Philadelphia,
and Lieut. George Kalrless Lull. Medica!
Corps, U. S. A. The ceremony took placv
yesterday at the home of the bride, the
Rev. David S. Sherry of the Eighteenth
Street Methodist Church, officiating. The
bride, who was given in marriage by her
father, wore a blue traveling gown. After
a wedding breakfast. Dr. and Mrs. Lull
left on an extended wedding trip. They
will be at home after December 1 at The
Kenyon, this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Dreyfus-Barney of Paris,
the son-in-law and daughter of Mrs.
Christian Hemmick, will sail November
5 for this country to make an extended
visit in Washington with Mr. and Mis.
Hemmick.
Miss Genevieve Clark left yesterday to
visit Miss Madeline Edison, daughter of
Mr. Thomas A. Edison, at her home in
Orange, N. J.
Mrs. A. N. Talbot has sent out invita
tions for the marriage of her daughter
Amylita and Mr. Charles Frederick Wil
son Saturday, November 22, at *4 o'clock
at St. John's Church.
Mrs. Francis B. Wtlby. wife of Capt.
Wilby. lias issued invitations to a "dan
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AT A COSTUME BALL.
COUNT U. VON BERNSTURFF, SOX OF THIS GBRMAN AMBASSADOR, AS A
HARLEQUIN, AND MISS KLSIU PARK, AS AN ORIENTAL PRINCESS,
WHO TOOK PART IN THE CHARITY EVENT RECENTLY AT GARDEN
CITY, LONir ISLAND.
sanf at the Officers' Club at Wash
ington barracks after parade Thursday
afternoon, November 6.
Miss Ruth Thomas Chamblin and First
Lieut. Hugh B. Keen, U. S. A., were
quietly married yesterday in the parson
age of Mount Vernon Place Church, with
relatives of the bride in attendance. Rev.
E. V. Regester officiated. The couple
will go tonight to Fort McPhe:son, Ga.,
where the bridegroom is stationed.
Mrs. Louisa Wilson of DiK. 11th street
southeast is celebrating her eighty-second
birthday at the home of her son, Mr.
James Connor. Her other children are
Mrs. Fannie Sands. Mrs. Herbert Lewis,
Mr. George Connor and Mr. Joe Wilson.
Mrs. Wilson has been twice married and
has been a widow for several years. .She
has twenty-nine grandchildren and thlr
ty-two great-grandchildren.
Mr. and Mrs. George Martin of Tucson,
Ariz., are visiting Mrs. Martin's mother,
Airs. John A. Sweeney, of 14.'K> East
Capitol street, and will be here about
two months. Mrs. Martin was formerlv
Miss Katharine L. Kraft of this city.
. The marriage of Miss Isabel Curriden
da-ug-bter of Mr. S. W. Curriden, and Mr!
John Raymond Weyrich took place last
night at the New York Avenue Presby
terjan Chjireh ill-the presence of a large
circle of relatives and friends. A half
hour s musical service preceded the cere
mony. A stringed quartet rendered se
lections and AIlss Florance NoaCk sang
Adoration" and "O Perfect Love!" Rev.
Dr? Wallace RadclifFe, pastor of the
church, assisted by Rev. Dr. Joseph T.
Kcl!j, pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian
Church of this city?an uncle of the
bride?officiated at the ceremony. The
bride was given in marriage bv* her fa
ther. Her only attendant was Miss Ma
rion Weyrich, sister of the groom. The
bridal town was of cream satin, draped
with chiffon and trimmed with duchesse;
lace and ornaments of pearl. Her veil
was of tulle and fell from a cap of lace
and fastened with sprays of orange blos
soms. She carried a shower of bride
rosea and lilies of the valley. Miss Wey
rich's gown was of peau de peclie crepe
meteor, draped with lace and trimmed
with touches of pale blue. Mr. Randolph
A. Menafee was the groom's best man
and the ushers were Mr. Holcombe (J.
Johnson, Mr. Clarence Dodge, Mr. Wil
liam A. Raker, Mr. Francis S. Maguire.
Mr. George E. Marks and Mr. Bolitha J.
Laws. A small reception followed at the
home of the bride's aunt. Mrs. 1. W. Ash
ford. at ITtft P street northwest, after
which Mr. and Mrs. Weyrich left for a
wedding trip. They will make their home
at the Thomas, on Thomas Circle, where
Mrs. Weyrich will be at home December!
50 and January 13. j
Mrs. Weyrich is a graduate of Wilson!
College, <*hainbersburg. Pa., and is a
member of the board of managers of the I
College Woman's Club of thus city.
Mr. Weyrich graduated in law at
Georgetown University in 1904. and is now
in the office of the United States district
attorney.
The ladies of the alliance of All Souls'
Church will be at home informally to all
their friends from 4 to G tomorrow aft
ernoon at a tea to be held in the Sunday
school room of the church. This is the
tlrst of a series of purely social affairs
to be given by them during the season
as a means of becoming better acquaint
ed with their members as well as with
friends outside the alliance.
? I
The friends of Mrs. Grace Peters Tun-1
stall will be glad to learn that she is I
recovering so successfully from the oper
ation for appendicitis which she has re
cently undergone that it has been pos
sible to move her from the hospital to the
residence of her parents, Commodore and
Mrs. George H. Peters.
' * *
Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Carpenter have
opened their house on Connecticut ave
nue for the winter. Miss Carpenter has
just returned from a series of visits in
New England.
Miss Marie Ames Hartsock has closed
her country home. Har Lew Hall, near 1
Laurel, Md.. and will spend the winter 1
in New York city at the Hotel Bristol.
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. J. Macbride Sterrett
have returned from a stay of several
weeks at Atlantic City.
Miss Mary Chandler, daughter of the
late Jefferson Chandler, is In Wash
ington for the winter with friends at 1418
15th street. Miss Chandler has been in
Los Angeles. Cal., since the death of her
father, but has returned to Washington,
her old home, to remain some time.
Mrs. Rachel Richardson Brown return
ed yesterday from Virginia, where she
has been visiting relatives.
The minister of Venezuela gave a din
ner last evening in honor of Dr. Manuel
E. Malbran, recentlv appointed Argentine
minister to Venezuela, and Mme. Mal
bran. The other guests were Mrne* de
Pena, wife of the minister of Uruguay
and the Misses Pena; the Argentine m'n
ister, Dr. Naon; the Chilean minister and
Mme. Suarez, Mr. F. J. Yanes, assistant
director of the Pan-American Union and
Mme. Yanes, and Dr. Garson, secretary
Miss Isabel Atkinson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Atkinson, and Mr
?""llnton Rand , Thompson, were married
last evening at ?::??, at lmmanuel Bap
tist Church, in the presence of a small
company of relatives, the Rev. Clarence
K, Wise officiating.
The bride was given away by her fa
ther and wore a smart traveling suit of
bhie cloth, with a black velvet hat. She
carried a bouquet of- yellow chrysan
themums. - .
There were no at tendan t?- and Mr. and
Mrs. Thompson left for their wedding
trip immediately after the ceremony.
They will reside at their new home. /334
Farragut street, on their return.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campbell of De
I troit, Mich., were among those present
at the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bonavires celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary last
Sunday at their residence, l'JO G street
northwest. Among others present were
the eight daughters and three sons of
the couplo. The parlor was decorated
with cut flowers and palms.
The Christian Endeavor Society and
| Delta class of the First Congregational
Church will give a joint Halloween social
at Delta Camp, Glen Echo Heights, to
morrow night.
A benefit performance will be given
Monday evening next, November 3, at
the Poll Theater for the benefit of the
Confederate Memorial Home, under the
auspices of Dixie Chapter, United Daugh
ters of the Confederacy. Mrs. Albert
1 Sidney Burleson, Mrs. Champ Clark, Mrs.
Horace Lurton, Mrs. Frank Clark of
i Florida, Mrs. Charles B. Howry, Mrs.
Humphreys of Mississippi, Mrs. Archi
bald Hoi kins. Miss Mary Ambler, Mrs.
Dtincan U. Fletcher, Mrs. Leigh Robin
son, Mrs. Wallace Strealer, Mrs. Jeffer
son Millsaps, Mrs. Tully Vaughn, Mrs. A.
Waller. Mrs. Guy Whiting. Mrs. B.
Northrop, Mrs. Elizabeth F. Boyce. Mrs.
H. L. Rust, Mrs. Philip Ryan. Mrs. W.
A. Wayne, Mrs. Robert Bowie, Mrs. Mor
ris Croxall, Miss Virginia Boyd Jones,
Mrs. Annie A. Pryor. Mrs. B. S. Ricks,
Mrs. W. A. Smoot, Mrs. Harold Snow
den, Miss Nannie Randolph Heth and
Mis. Marion Butler are among the
patronesses.
Mrs. Duncan I*. Fletcher "?will entertain
a box party, including her daughter. Miss
Neli. and her tiande, Hon. Lionel Smith
Gordon. Mrs. Frank Clark of Florida
will also have a box party for her debu
tante daughter. Miss Lucile.
.The wedding of Miss H. May Camp
bell, daughter of Mrs. Hannah and the
late Robert G. Campbell, and Mr. E. N.
Hill of Missoula, Mont., took place Tues
day noon at St. Paul's Catholic Church
in the presence of the family circle only.
The Rev. Mgr. Mackin officiated. As the
selection of the date came as a complete
surprise to relatives as well as friends
the ceremony was necessarily a quiet af
fair. The bride was attired in a gown of
navy blue cliarineuse and carried a show
er of violets and lilies of the valley.
Mr. Hill and his bride left later in the
day for 'Montana, where they will make
their home.
Dr. and Mrs. Abram Simon of Catiiedral
avenue will be the week-end guests in
Baltimore of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gottshalk
of Eutaw place.
Mrs. Samuel T. Howard had Miss
Flora King, Mrs. George Bennett Ash
by and Miss Nellie Claire Howard as
luncheon guests yesterday, and after
ward took the party to a matinee.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ottenberg an
nounce the bar-mitzvah of their son
Gilbert. At home to their friends Novem
ber - from 7 to 10 p.m.
Tormey-Carr.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
H YATTSVILLE, October "W.?Miss Mar
garet Eloise Carr. daughter of the late
Judge and Mrs. Arthur Carr. will be mar
ried this evening at the home of her sis
ter. Miss Alice Carr, in Johnson avenue,
to Mr. Henry Tormey of Baltimore. The
ceremony will be performed by Rev.
Henry Thomas, rector of St. Matthew's
parish. The maid of honor will be Miss
Maude D. Dunlop of Washington, and
the llower girls thv little Misse.-> An
nette Lucile Carr and Mary Eleanor Ciain
brill, nieces of the bride. The mtsj mail
will be Mr. Thoinas S. Bircttlteau oi Bal
timore. The wedding march will '?<; ren
dered by Mrs. T. Carroll Gratis., sister of
the bride, who will also play "o!.. Proiu
lse Me." during the ceremony. IHe par
lors will be handsomely decorate.! with
ferns, autumn leaves and chrysanthe
mums. Following the wedding ceremofiy
a reception will be held. After an ex
tended wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Tor
mey will reside in VValbrook, a suburb
of Baltimore.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses have been issued to
the following:
Albert Avery and Emma W. Burgess.
Wallace W. Payne and Nellie L. Book- i
er. both of Richmond, Va.
John Li. Sullivan and Ethel E. Clark.
Benjamin F. Keith of Brookline, Mass.,
and Ethel Bird Chase of this city.
Lynwood 0"Neil of Alexandria, Va_. and
Trilby G. Dlckerson of Charlottesville,
Va. ;
Hugh B.. Keen of McPherson, Ga., and
Ruth T. Chamblin of Bluemorit, Va.
James J. Hilt and Edna E. Dodson,
both of Roanoke, Va.
Charles T. Wilson of Upper Marlboro,
Md., and Cora L. Pumphrey of Lee
land, M?J.
Raymond Harris and Julia B. Hewitt,
both of Montgomery county, Md.
Ellis F. Harris of Ciuxet, Va., and
Blanche M. McKenny of this city.
John W. Perkins and Louise Bolai .
The Cotillon Club of St. John's College.
Annapoiis, Md., has arranged a series of
dances for the winter social season at the
college, the opening number of which
will be given December. 12.
?
MARRIED.
PARKER?WHITE. On October ?. 1#IS. at
Arlington. Vs. by the IV* T K. R. Ja.-ksou,
I.OI IS i'AKKKR and DAISY I.OF1KH
WHITE ?
WAW*-MONTGOMERY. On Saturday. April
???1PM. at Auapulls. Md.. ?t Rev Ge?r*c S.
Bell, CLARA K. MO.VTQOMXKY aud WAI
TER G. W ARD. ??
DIED.
BROGDEN. On October ?. lPl.t. at 1211 lltM
street northwest. FBAVTS \FtilNTF3
i BIKKrOFV, tbe wm nf Mrs. \nn 'He Grant
Funeral ! October 31. at 2 put.. fmiB
.lauk-s' i hapcl jsio I. at. ?
DOBBIN. on Wednesday. (Ktotwr 2M. 191;; at
Sam. JOHN I DOBBIN. N-1>*?h1 husband
??f Margaret DobMn.
Funeral from h>* daughter's home Frldav, ((true*
to St. WpU? tfeurvli. *> her.- solemn hlgU
2"* wr'" ^ Mine for the rrpinr of liia ?oat.
" survived l<j a wife ami two daughters,
llaunah M. tiuouun atul May K. Rabbit t.
Relatives aud frlcuds Invited. ?
KATZ. t>e OrloU'r Hit. 1913. at his residence,
4.6 1 street southwest. at 2:3l> a m VIN
CENZ KATZ.
Funeral services at btm?c, i o'clock p.m. October
.11. ?
! KlMBAJ.l.. On October SJ. 1313. In CVdv. W ?o..
JAMES 1'. KIMBALL. '?
LA^'RFVF On Wednesday. October 20. 191.1.
a' lil? residence. 1313 \ street iioribwcsi.
after a brt.-f 1l!n<-v of pne'mMuta J?>HN
l-ORTEK LAWRENCE.
Funeral on Friday at 3 p.m. fpnni tbe Now Yor*
Avrt?ue Presbyterian Church (New y.*ic
papers p)r?H' iopy.) ?
LYNN. On WiilntitiT, October 2P. 1W1S. at
? iS? p.m.. at 1944 2 is I ?tnpct northwest.
EVELYN MEACHAM. wife of Albert C.
t jn"
Funeral froui Rts?de Island Avenue Metbodlat
Uiurcb. comer or 1st and T sireets north
west, at 8:10 o'clock Friday afternoon. lu
termcnt at Gleawood cemetery.
UAWHINNEY. On Tuesday. October 2K, 1012.
ROSAXSA,' widow of the late Robert Maw
hinmy.
Funeral Friday morning. tVtober 31. from 1m*
late residence. 39 M street northwest, thenro
to St. Aloysius Cburvh. wfcatv services will
be held at IP o'clock. Relstivea aud friersla
Invited. ? a)?
Suddculy, on Wednesday. Oi-tobcr 2V.
1913. at 3 a.m., at his residence, 71t> E street
in-rtheast. GEORGE ItlSSELI. MAY. beloved
hijhbatvl of Roec I. May and ?i>u of Karali
J. and the late Jamex Ifenry May.
Funeral wrrlcc at Itoucla* M. E. Church. Utb
aud H afreets northeast. Friday. October 31.
at '2 p.in. Interment at Ooiip>'wlnnat ?enie
tery. (Xew York pajHersi pleaae cop>.) ?
McTANN. <tu Wednesday. October 2:?. lJ?lo.
JA>E. relict of tjie late Reroard McCami
Funeral front Iter late resldeuet-. Jar. K ?trret
aoHthweat. I'rlday. October 31. thrnei? to H:.
IVtminle's Oiureh. where lilrl) requiem masM
will lie sunc foe tb?- repotH! t?f her ?<>ul at ?
.a.m. Interment at f^lvury et^ueter), Brook
lyn. N. Y. tXcw York city palters |>lea?a
oopy.l .10
MeCABTHY. On Wednesday. October 29. 1913.
at 7:3m p.m.. KUWiKll IV. busband of tlto
late Uiura ilu|tbe? McCarthy.
Funeral Saturday. November 1. ut S?:3<> a.nt .
from his late residence. 404 7th street south
west, tlwnce to SJt. Itumlnlc'a I'hurfti. nbero
mass will be said. Relatlvca and fneuds in
i Tlt?d. ai?
ST. CEA1R. On TuMdu, (lcti)lifr 28, 1913. at
her residence. 4ftf> Hldge atrei-t norths cat.
tiEOltlilAXXA. tb?- widow of the Utc lleitrv
St. tTlalr and the beloecd mother of Wlillaia
St. Clair and Etc Williams.
Funeral Friday at 2 p.m. from Ualbralth A. M
K. Church. Friends and relatives Invited to
attend. ?
THORNTON. Suddenly, ou Tuesday. October 28,
1913, at 1 o'clock p.m., at her re?l4etice, 1704
Vermont a?euw> northwest. At iLl|K U
TIlt>RNTON. ilauirbter of the late Farley and
I*ns Thornton aud alster of Hamilton. Rom
and Albert Thornton.
Funeral from the Third llaptlat Church, corner
of nth and streets northwest, ou Friday.
October HI. at 1 o'clock p.m. ?
THORNTON.
Member* of the Young Ladles' I'rotectho
Iyague are rvqiieaKnl to attend the funeral ?>f
our d?'Ceaned sister, ADDIK I,. T11OUNT0N.
fnMtt Tlilrd Baptist Cliurclt. oth aud U streets
northwest. Friday. Octobi-r 31. at 13 o'clock
?harp. Special meetlmr Thursday. October 30.
at 7:30 p.m., at Odd Fellows* Hall, to make ar
rangement*. By order of tlie president.
? LILiLIK BUNDY. Recording Secretary.
WARP. Oil Tuesday. October IT>13, at 2.-??
a.m.. MARY, widow of tlic late John R.
Ward.
Funeral from her late residence, 2utt O atreat
northeast, on Friday, October 31, at S:90
a.m.; thence to St. Aluystua Church, where
requiem solemn high mass for the repose ?f
her soul will bo auug at 9 a.ui. RelatWas
aud friends Invited to attend.
In Memori&m.
ftlERKlt. In tncinory of our beloved son a*A
brother. ISdOOK Wl'RTENHKUO BIERER.
who died live years ago today. October 30.
1808
? BY Tins FAMILY.
BROOKS, in aad but loving remembrance of but
darling litrtc dawghter. MABfJC K. BROOICit.
who departed this life three years ago today.
October 30. 1810.
My home was bright am) happy.
Oh. how sad and dreary today.
For the one tuotlier loved so dearlv
Has forever passed away.
BY HER OEVOTED MOTHER, FI>)KENCI5
SNOWDEN. ?
Bitot IKS. In memory of MA It hi., K. BRtXlKK.
who deimrtcd this l*fe Octolw-r :W. llllO. tbrc*
years ago today.
The <iav draws nigh, beloved:
His baud still le-td* me on:
We shall meet by seas of jasper.
When I win eteruit.v's crown.
BY HER GRANDMOTHER. WINNIE R.
BLAKE. ?
JONES. In sad but loving remembrance of my
dear wife. CLARA E. JONES (nee RtmI).
who departed this life two years ago today.
October 30. 1911.
'Tla sad to waflt the row* die
When sunset tints the sky with flauic;
For at eventide love comes .'
And whispers low hfr name.
'TIs sad to wat"h the ns? die
Out in the chilly, wintry blast.
But sadder far to lose the love
That once had held me fait.
? BY HER HFSBANO. J. II. JONES.
MALFY. In loving remembrance of our son and
I brother. CHARLES I*. MAI.FY", who departed
this life two years ago tomorrow, October
I 31. Fill. Anniversary mass at St. Anthony's
I Church, Brookland. I?. C. ?
_y
STF/I^HKNS. In sad anil lovlne remembrance of
?mr dear little son. OLIVER M<C.n,IODfllf
STEPHENS, who de|*rt>*d this life ???
year ago today, October 3o, 1912.
Our home was bright and happy.
But. ob. bow sad today.
For the one we loved so dearly
forever passed away.
BY HIS PARENTS.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS..
WM. H. SARDO & CO.,
FFNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAI.MERS.
40R II st. n.e. Mislern eliaiwl. Phone I.lncn.
Established 1H.V).
JOSEPH GAWLERS SONS,
1730-32 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
CMtapej. Phone*-Main .V>12-5ol3.
Cremations. Automoble Service.
Joseph F. Birch's Sons,
trkt i \f "st M W I'arloc for Funeral*.
3O34 Al Ol. . W . Phone West Wi.
D. J. BREADY CO.
I Livery. JOHN T. OARNER. Mgr. ChapcL
14?>7 Hth st. Phone X. 37H7.
! FRANK QEYER'S SONS,
1!i:i SK%*K\T1I .ST. N.W.
Modern ??nil. North
Oeorge P. Zurfoorst,
I .101 E. CAP. ST.
' Established 1V.7. CHAS. S. 71 RHDltST. Mgr.
W. R. SPEARE,"
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMEB.
' F Street N.W.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Phones Main Jl*/
Frank A. Speare, Mgr.
JOHN R. WRIGHT CO.,
1337 10th St. N.W. Phone N. 47.
J. \V I I.I.I A M LEE. Ktin??ral Director
and Kmoaltn.-r. Ulvery in connection. Oimno
dlous elwpel aud iBoderu crematorium. Modest
prices. -UK! I'a. ave. ti.c.~. Tel''|ilione call litt.*i.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
J. H. SMALL & SONS, Florists,
Corner 15th and H sts^ WASHINGTON,
Waldorf-Astoria and 110.*: Broadway. New York.
Klowers for Funerals a Specialty.
? .1 - i - ??
Funeral Deafen*. Faneral Dealfua.
GEO. C. SHAFFER.
Beautiful floral designs very reasonable In palea*
Pbone 241C Main. Htb and 1 sts. n.^.
Appropr iiate Floral T okens
ArtUtlc?expressive?Inexpensive.
Prompt auto ilellvery service.
Gude Bros. Co., 1^14 E St.
Phone* Main 427a-427?.
MONUMENTS
?MONC'MENTS OF DlSTlN<n-|ON."
NATIONAL MONl'MENTAL WORKS.
X?WNT0W> McpILL B14HJ,
PHONE MAIN 7400.

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