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for 1914 are Main floor. and Diaries in readiness & Hotlbtoa Christmas Cards, Book lets, Post Cards, etc. Main floor, center. New York=WASHINGTON=-Paris. NOW?When THANKSGIVING THINGS Are Being Bought and Dining Rooms and Kitchens Furnished ? ? ? ? Every One Will be Greatly Helped and Relieved by Having Our Splended Assortments of Merchandise for a Guide. LITTLE CHILDREN'S HATS, REDUCED ONE-THIRD. Assembling various lines and styles of Little Children's Hats on three tables in the Infants' Section, we have placed upon them prices that are exceptional in their lowness at any time, and re markably so this early in the season. SiDks, Flush, Velvets, Scratch Felts, In white and the popular colors, trimmed in various styles with flowers, feathers, ribbons, velvets and silk rosebuds. Shapes and styles suitable for children up to (> years of age. Marked One=tlhi5rd Less Than Regular Prices. Third floor. P s?. NEW AND LOWER PRICES ON CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES. Securing Children's Dresses during this sale will be easy and economical?the low prices lend new interest to buying. Every dress is from our own stock, and is fine and desirable in every respect. Made of French lawn, madras, rep and French pique, some machine made, others all handmade, trimmed with em broidered sprays, tucks, laces, smockings, beading and ribbon. Rus sian, empire and long waists styles,- in sizes 2 to 6 years. $2.58. Were $3.25. S2.95. Were $3.75. * $4.5?. Were $6.( S5.S?. Were $8.i $11.58. Were $11.85. Were $2.i $2.28. Were $2.75. Third fl-yor, K si. OUR NEW F STREET BUILOUNG Gives us opportunity to provide much needed room for many departments. AMONG THEM THE . Art Needlework and ? ? Liberty Departments, which are of especial interest to those who are seeking wares and fabrics that are distinctly different from any other sorts. "Liberty" productictns arc confined exclusively to us in Washington, and our selections have been personally made in London. Liberty Dress Silks and Crepes. Liberty Dress Satin. Liberty Cretonnes. Liberty Opera Bags. Liberty Evening Wraps. Liberty Chinese Skirts. Liberty Tunics. Liberty Garments for Children. Liberty Boudoir Articles. Liberty Automobile Rugs. Liberty Potteries. Confections and Perfumes. Liberty Bedspreads, Couch Covers and Cushion* We invste your jmspectiom of these choice creations displayed * imi the New Liberty Sec= tion, on the second floor. The New Depart meet of Women's French Undermuslins Is showing in very complete variety the best grades of Women's Inexpensive French Undermuslins. The quality of the materials and excellence of style and workmanship are the finest procurable, and with the greater distribution which we now have through the enlargement of the department, the prices are lower than ordinarily. These items are what we term our Popular-priced French Undermuslins. Fiench Hand-embroidered Gowns $2.75 and $3.50 French Hand-embroidered Drawers $11 o50, $1.75 and $2.00 French Hand-embroidered Chemises.... $ II ?00, $11.25 tO$ 1.75 French Hand-embroidered Comb. Suits $3.00 and $3.50 French Hand-embroidered Short Petticoats... $2.50 and $2.75 French Hand-embroidered Long Petticoats... $2.00 and $^?.75 French Hand-embroidered Corset Covers$11.25t $11.50 and $2.00 French Hand-embroidered (extra size) Gowns... $2.75 to $4.75 French Hand-embroidered (extra size) Drawers. $ 11.75 to $3.75 We are also showing in the latest designs and styles Warm Outing Flannel Gowns, and Dressing Sacques, also Skirts and the Knitted Wool Skirts*; Dressing Sacques of eiderdown, albatross and soft, comfortable materials for winter use. Third floor, F ?t. Genuine Imported Oil Paintings FROM VIENNA STUDIOS BY NOTED ARTISTS Are being attractively exhibited in the New Gallery of the Art Picture Shop ' (Fourth Floor=F Street Building.) These comprise the personal selection of our representa tive on his recent trip abroad, and embrace landscapes, marine views and figures, in new and attractive subjects, and rich gold and antique frames. While the canvases were bought directly in the art stu dios the frames were selected in America, which enables us to place very reasonable prices on them. Our distinct method of assembling this group of paint ings, the high character of their execution and true artistic conception, present values not often associated with offer ings of this kind. Whether you are interested in making a selection now or later, you will find the display worthy your inspection. Fourth floor, F et. Blankets That Are Longer Than Standard Sizes. We are forever on the watch for improvements in oifr mer chandise. ? The one which we have just had wrought in Blankets illiis? trates our constant endeavor to give our customers better service. Fine Wool Blankets, made especially for us by one of the best makers in America; ten inches longer than the standard sizes. WTe find they are very much appreciated by critical users. 60x90 inches $6.75 and $8.75 72x90 inches .$6.00, $8.00 and 110.00 - 78x90 inches $9.00 A SPECIALTY OF THE BED COVERING DEPART MENT IS DOWN COMFORTABLES, And are sold under the following guarantee?filled with choice white full-flock goose down that will not shed. Priced at $7.50, $9.00, $10.00 and $111.00. Second floor, F at. The Attractive Thanksgivitig Table Must Have Good Linen. There will be no unattractive or unworthy Linens upon Thanksgiving Tables and tables long after this occasion, if they arc supplied from our generous ind plentiful assortments, so \ liberal in handsome patterns and varied sizes. Tablecloths and Napkins to Match. IRISH, DRESDEN, BROCADE. FRENCH. MORAVIAN. FLEMISH, SCOTCH AND GERMAN ONES, IN UNLIMITED VARIETY. Hemstitched Tea Cloths and Doilies, Lace Doilies and Centerpieces, Hemstitched Carving or Tray Cloths, ^xJweis M^To^elHngT^' In fact, every thing that any well organized Linen Store would have, may be found here. Pattern Cloths and Napkins. * Size 2X2 yards $2.00, $2.40, $3.60 to $io.co Size 2x2yards $2.50, $3.00, $3.75 to $12.50 Size 2x3 yards $3.00, $3.60, $4.50 to $1*5.00 Larger size Tablecloths for banquets and family reunion dinners, from 2*2 to 4 yards wide, and y/2. to 6 yards long, priced from $6.00 to $25.00. Napkins, in all sizes and designs, $1.50. $2.00, $2.50. $2.75, $3.00. $3.75 to $40.00 the dozen. Damasks and Napkins. Pure, Linen' Damask, 72 inches wide, new designs.. $1.00 yard Napkins, 22-inch size to match $3.00 Fine and Heavy-weight Damask. .$1.25 yard Napkins, 22 inch size, to match $3.00 do/.. Heavy Double Damask, 72 inches wide, 6 new designs... $1.50 yard Napkins, 22 and 24 inch sizes. .$4.00 and $5.00 doz. SfWBd floor, Eleventh st. Fancy Linens for Table and Decorative Purposes. Hemstitched Tray Cloths 35c to $2.00 each Hemstitched Damask Doi lies $2.00. $3.00 to $10.00 doz. Lace Doilies ^5c to $1.75 each Lace Centerpieces 75c to $15.00 each Lace Table Covers $3.00 to $75.00 each Lace Scarfs $1-25 to $16.50 each Huck Toweling. Attractive new designs for towels, both in guest and larger sizes; 15, 18, 20, 24 and 26 inch widths; 25c to $1.00 the yard. Towel Designs, to be embroidered and scalloped or hemstitched; guest size, 45c each; large size, 75c each. New Buttons and Trimmings. For Frocks and Suits. Buttons are unusually hand some, and in wonderful variety of materials, sizes, shapes and col orings. Trimmings consist of main' novelties, in pearl, crystal and jet. beads: these are made up in bands with scallops and vandyke<> edgefc which are very effective, and have the indorsement ot latest fashions. Fur Bands are in great demand, and are shown here in skunk, coney and ermine. Marabout Trimmings, in various widths and fashionable shades. Malm r. o ?t. Incomplete Lines of Lace Curtains Marked at Clearance Prices. fl ^ forceful values are offered in this clearance of Lace Curtains. Many incomplete lines, \xj/ consisting of 2 to 6 pairs of a pattern, are to be discontinued, and we have employed reduc tions in prices to bring about the result. \ The securing of Fine Lace Curtains can now be accomplished, and at a time when they are most needed, at an outlay much less than is usually required. 25 dozen pairs Women's Pure Silk Hose, $1.00 pair Regular $1.50 and $2.00 qualities. - These hose are pure silk, some with lisle tops, others with self top; black and a good variety of plain colors. Prices lowered one-third and one-half because of slight ir regularities occurring in the weave. Mils floor. G ?t. RENAISSANCE AND MARIE ANTOINETTE CURTAINS. 2 pairs?$4.50; were $6.00. 4 pairs?$6.00; were $7.00. LACE PANELS FOR WINDOWS. Shown In ecru and white; several widths; chooainff will be simplified by bringing measurements. 4 pairs?$9.00; were $12.00. 6 pairs?$13.50; were $25.00. 3 pairs?$12.50; were $25.00. 3 pairs?$9.00; were $18.00. 3 pairs?$7.50; were $12.00. 4 pairs?$15.00; were $30.00. 3 pairs?$10.00; were $13.50. 3 pairs?$5.50; were $7.00. 6 pairs?$20.00; were $40.00. 3 pairs?$20.00; were $^5.00. IRISH POINT .'CURTAINS. 6 pairs?$8.00; were $12.00. 2 pairs?$7.50; were $12.50. 2 pairs?$4.50; were $6.50. 3 pairs?$8.00; were $11.00. 3 pairs?$5.00; were $6.00. 2 * pairs?$6.00; were $9.00. 2 pairs?$6.00; were $8.00. 2 pairs?$5.00; were $7.50. 4 pairs?$4.50; were $6.00. 2 pairs?$6.00: were $7.50. 4 pairs?$4.25; were $5.00. VOILE. SCRIM 2 pairs?$6.00; were $8.00. pairs?$3.00; were $4.00. pairs?$1.50; were $2.50. 3 pairs?$12.50; were $15.00. 3 pairs?$2.75; were $3.75. 2 pairs?$2.50; were $3.00. Fourth floor, G st. in 2 3 3 at $3.75 each; were $7.50. 1 at $3.00; was $6.00. 1 at $1.25; was $2.50. 1 at $1.75; was $3.50. 2 at $2.50 each; were $4.50. 4 at $325 each; were $6.'5o. 3 at $2.00 each; were $4.00. 1 at $2.25; was $4.50. 2 at $5.00 each; were $10.00. 3 at $2.75 each; were $5.50. 2 at $2.00 each; were $4.00. 1 at $12.50; was $30.00. 1 at $17.50; was $35.00. 1 at $9.00; was $18.50. 1 at $11.25; was $22.50. 1 at $10.00; was $25.00. 1 at $6.00; was $16.50. 1 at $12.50; was $27.50. 1 at $8.00; was $16.50. 1 at $5.00; was $11.50. i at $9.00; was $20.00. 1 at $6.00; was $12.50. 1 at $7.50; was $16.50. AND MISCELLANEOUS CURTAINS. 2 pairs?$6.00; were $7.50. 5 pairs?$3.00; were $3.50. 2 pairs?$3.00; were $3-75 4 pairs?$3.00; were $4.50. 6 pairs?$12.50; were $15.00. 2 pairs?$6.00; were $7.'50. 3 pairs?$7.00; were $10.00. New, Novel Card Table Covers. Ms4e in the correct else for regular card tuMee; ?4gee taped for durability; em Wr*>idered with hearts, clube. diamonds and epades in, proper colors. These art* made of pure linen. ? Natural 50c each Second floor. Eleventh st. WelI=Clhiosemi Dining' Room Furniture To Create the Home=like Hospitality of Thanksgiving;. It is doubtful if but few homemakers realize what an influence good, well chosen Furniture wields upon the home life. Tasteful, refined Furniture appeals to all, and it is noticeable that it creates a welcome hospitality and good-fellowship wherever used. As Thanksgiving approaches we are reminded of the anticipated guests and our thoughts nat urally turn to suitably furnishing the dining room. Our lines of Furniture for this room are com plete. Special mention is made of the displays of Quartered Oak Dining Room Furniture. " * ? 11 11 ?ii i... 1. ... rich polished surface, beautifully grained wood; plain and simple lines prevail to a greater extent than ever before. QUARTERED OAK BUFFETS. $20.00, $25.00, $27.50, $30.00, $32.50. $35-??' $40-00, $45.00, $50.00. and more expensive grades for those desiring them. QUARTERED OAK DINING TABLES. $15.00, $18.00, $21.50, $25.00, $30.00. $3500, $37.00. $40.00. $42.00, $50.00, and better qualities. QUARTERED OAK DINING CHAIRS. $2.95, $3.25, $3.50, $3.95, $4*25? $5-SO, $700. $7:50, Numerous designs, cane or leather seats. Sixth floor. QUARTERED OAK CHINA CLOSETS. $15.00, $17.00, $17.75, $20.00, $22.50. $2 3.00, $26.50, $30.00. , $37-5?- $40.00; also higher priced designs QUARTERED OAK SERVING TABLES. ? $10.00, $12.00, $13.85, $14.00, $16.75. $19 50 and upwards. Great Reductions to Close Out Odd Brass Beds. New designs are contin ually being produced in Brass Beds as well as in other items, and as a result sometimes we are forced to sacrifice profit to rid our stock of discontinued de signs. This is the case now. We cite some of the reduc tions; the designs are just as desirable and useful as the new, but must give place to them. Fine Brass Beds, covered with guaranteed English lacquer, continuous and square post effects, in all fin ishes. ? 4 ft. 6 in. size. 3 at $4.00 each?were $50.00. 1 at $35.00?was $45.00. 1 at $27.50?was $45.00. 1 at $25.00?was $35.00. 3 ft. 6 in. size. 1 at $22.50?was $30.00. 1 at $19.75?was $27-5? 3 ft. size. 1 at $19.75?was $25.00. 1 at $21.75?was $35.00. WE REPAIR. REMAKE AND RENOVATE HAIR . MATTRESSES, in AND FELT OUR OWN SHOPS, GUARANTEEING THE KgnaitlALd AND WORKMAN Fourth O ?t. A complete suite for a harmonious en semble or odd pieces to add to those al ready possessed, can be obtained with equal facility here. ORIENTAL RUGS For the Thanksgiving Dining Room. An Oriental Rug?a genuine article, such as we offer here in our personal se lections imported direct from the orient?is an enduring and lasting floor covering. Better qualities, better designs, nor bet ter buying facilities could not be offered in the selection of an Oriental Rug than afford ed our patrons here. FINE CABISTAN RUGS?a special lot, much better than the ordinary sorts. $25.00 eacfli==values, $30.00 to $35 $20.00 each=values, $22.50 to $30 Fourth floor, Eleventh st. Oriental Rugs of the right sort, possess ing reliability and artistic as well as practical excellence will be given added value by years of usage?the rich tones become more'mel low and beautiful, the wool more durable, increasing in strength with age. Suitable effects for any dining room are to be had here from our present dis plays; all sizes, colorings, designs. They are trustworthy, and they are reasonably priced. Hall Runners and odd size pieces in Oriental Rugs, among them many fine and handsome antiques; rare designs and colorings. The Picture Framing Shop Can Be of Much Assistance Now. This is the season of the year when a number of persons are contemplating framing photo graphs and pictures of various kinds for Christmas presentation. The Picture Framing shop can be of much assistance in this re spect. The aid it will render far surpasses its best previous efforts and we earnestly believe it to be better than can be found else where. The stock of Moldings was never so complete, all the newest designs in wood, metal and combination of wood and metal moldings, suitable for ar tistically framing any picture or photograph. Stock frames, in all sizes and materials are also here: various widths and shapes. With several hundred patterns offered for selection in Moldings, it should be a comparatively easy matter to secure a desirable ef fect. Orders should be left early? now is none too soon, to avoid the rush of the late Christmas season. r. F Woodward & Lothrop. i? IN THE WORLD OF SOCIETY (Continued From Seventh Page.) Va.. and included also Miss Margaret MK'hord, Miss Xancy Johnson, and Mr. Bennett ?'lark, Representative McKellar, Messrs. Grady Miller, Paul Stark, #d ivard Stafford and Kdward Pin ley. Mr Charles Crane of Chicago Rave a dinner last nintht in New York, when his quests included Mr. and Mrs. William F. ' ilrCombs. Mrs. Kvans. widow of Rear Admiral j Robley I>. Kvans. and her daughters. , Mrs. ?'harh*s Mar.sli and Mrs. Harold I Sewall, are >f>lnK atm?ad for a year. They expect to be in Italy all winter, and will sail this week. Col. Webb <\ Mayes of Fremont, Ohio, and Mrs. Hayes are visiting Gen. and j Mrs. Albert l->. Mills. Mrs. Kdward H. McLean's furs have been on?- of the most interesting fea tures of the horse show as far as the matter of dress amoiiK the box holders s concerned. Yesterday at the matinee <he wore h long coat, the sleeves and upper part boinic of plucked ermine and i the skirt of broadtail. The preceding ; :?ft? rnoon lnr oat was of moleskins,, dyed a shad? verging upon maroon. The Keliiian minister and Mme. Havenith \ ?er? Mrs. McLean's guests yesterday; afternoon in her box. Mrs. Havenith w as in a hlack coat j suit, over which she wore a coat of broadtail. Her large hlack hat was < trimmed with a circle of sable fur in w hich nestled a saffron rose. The marriage of Miss Gertrude Whyte. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren >L Whyte. and Mr. Lester Sisler, chief clerk of the interstate commerce commission, took place yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at St. Patrick s Church and was witnessed by a large assemblage of their friends. The sanctuary was set with palms and j the altar vases were filled with yellow chrysanthemums. These flowers were also j utermingled with the foliape plants and j autumn lea\es massed around the altar; aud tall standards tilled with yellow ! chrysanthemums marked the pews re served for the family. Rev. Father Kugene A. Hannan. uncle of the bride performed the cere mony. Mgr. Russell, rector of St. Pat rick's. and a number of other clergymen being in the sanctuary. The bride, who was eseorted by her father, wore a. lovely gown of white char tneuse trimmed with pearl embroidery and draped with chantilly lace. Her court train was also of the lace. A cap of lace held her tulle veil which was < aught with sprays of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of mauve orchids and lilies of the valley. Miss Whyte. the bride's sister was the maid of honor. Her gown was of yellow charm-us* with a filmy drapery of cream-tinted lace termi nating- ?ft..;tli*k ;-?n a long point Rhinestone "buckles caught the drapery on the bodice and her long train was edged with bands of brown fur. Her small-hat. Was oi cream lace turned up ^harpljt?at the l^ft witl** with a crown of yellow Valour and plumes of the same shade ipd A touch of brown fur. Her bouquet, was.& thower of Lady Hillington roaes. '?? ? ? The bridesmaids. Miss Eunice Whyte, sister of the bride; Miss Lydia Bell Houston of Delaware, Miss May Kearney and Miss Allele >Iay, were attired alike in dresses of pale yellow crepe de chine ?and silk shadow lace, with touches of turquoise chiffon on the bodices. They carried arm bouquets of Lady Hiiltngton roses and maidenhair fern. Their hats were of black lace with velvet crowns and had large bows of black tulle at the back. The best man was Mr. James H. Baden, l??llllllllllllllilllllllll SPECIAL VALUES FOR EARLY XMAS BUYERS ?It will pay you to do the Xmas buying now. We have . marked everything at big reductions for a few days. $4.00 and $5.00 Solid Gold Pocket Knives, with ^2.50 $8.00 Sterling Silver Vanity Case, consisting of mirror, memorandum tablet; place for cards fie erfl and change $7.00 Sterling Silver (fK/V Cigarette and Cigar Cases Men's $5.00 to $6.00 /TM"h 5 Solid Gold Chains ?P?P.XTU? # $20 to $J5 14-karat Gold Thin fodel Walth gin Watches Model Walt ham or El- $116.00 $6.00 Solid Gold Brace- gQ $10.00 Gold Brace lets 56. $15.00 Fine Gold Bracelets $11.00 jrstsrs^B ???? gold Ai.Kahn,935 F st. n.w. ??iiiniim??m??ii????imn?nnw? -r,", r, rw-J?- w ww- v-a w, rA*w< ,waS ? Hf? I SL :i S 8 # - I X & WEDDING | Decorations x i n -#v ? s 'i : - J.HSmaII& Sons WASHINGTON ft i^th and II Streets. NEW YORK % Waldorf-Astoria & Ilia Broadway. :!j: '6 ? '6 3 >0 Years Experience 3? ir ' 'tf Jl S :<? LAKEWOOD Train Service Beginning December 1 Wr*kd?ri Lv. U ??hlMtoa 12(SO P.M. Lt. Baltimore 1135 P.M. ? oHrctiBg at \?rth Pklla delphta wttk tkrsugk trala of Parlor Cara and Steel ? oarkfl. I t. \ortk Philadelphia..4:04 P_M. Ar. liikrnowd, >. J 5:&2 PJM. Returning;. leave Iakevf?M A.M. weekday*. A*k Tlrkrt for tlae tables on November 29. Delaware River Bridge Roate PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD and the groomsmen were Mr. Clarence Sisler. brother of the groom; - Mr. John ! Hampton Howell, Mr. Ernest Temple Love and Mr. Richard P. Williams. A small reception followed at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. Whyte on M street. The drawing room and halls were beauti j fully decorated with yellow chrysanthe mums, autumn leaves and palms. The newly married couple received in a bower j of palms and were assisted by Mrs. Whyte. the bride's mother, who wore a handsome gowji of black charmeuse, trimmed with black chantilly lace with , touches of white and a corsage bouquet of violets and lilies of the valley. Her , hat was of black velvet, trimmed with plumes. Mrs. Sisler. mother of the bridegroom, also received. She wore taupe satin with a hat to match, trimmed with plumes, and a corsage bouquet of yellow roses and lilies of the valley. Mr. and Mrs. Sisler left later in the evening for their wedding trip, the latter wearing a smart suit of plum color broadcloth with a hat of velvet of the same shade, trimmed with fancy os trich. The bride received several hun dred elegant gifts. The couple will be at home after January 1 at Fontanet Courts. Rex. Karle Wilfloy performed the mar riage ceremony last night at the Ver mont Avenue Christian Church for Miss Julia Anne Broderlok. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Brodertck, and Mr. Raymond Karl Taggart. Palms and au tumn flower* were massed about the plat form Mr. S. Conway Walker, Mr. Karl Minfr. Mr. Donald Luxford and Mr. Ed ward S. Duffy were ushers and Mr. Wil liam E. Bralthwarte was best man. The bride, who came in with her. father, wore a lovely gown of ivory crepe draped In chiffon and lace, and caught with sprays of orange blossoms. Her veil was of tulle and she carried a shower of roses and lilies of the valley. Her sister, Mrs. S. Conway Walker, was matron of honor, and wore orchid crepe meteor and lace and carried an armful of purple chryianthemums. There were two bridesmaids. Miss Alma Cramer and Miss Ray Annadale. They wore gowns of blue crepe de chine, com bined with chiffon and lace, and carried yellow chrysanthemums. A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents, on Euclid street, after which Mr. and Mrs. Taggart left for a wedding trip. Upon their return they will live at 1008 Euclid street. Mrs. A. N*. Talbot entertained at a large dinner last night for her daughter. Miss Amylits. Talbot, and Mr. Charles Fred- 1 crick Wilson, whose marriage takes place ! Saturday. Mrs. Alexander Britton has sent out in vitations for a tea Tuesday. December M, from 5 to 7, at her residence, 1811 Q street, when she will introduce her younger daughter, Miss Margaret Brit ton. Mrs. Britton and the Misses Brit ton will be at home Saturdays, January 3 and 10. SELECTS CORNISH AGAIN. President and Family to Sojourn There Next Summer. BOSTON. November 30? President Wil son and his family will reoccupy Harla kenden, the summer home of Winston Churchill, at Cornish. N. H., next sum mer. The President's agent has written to Mr. Churchill's representative, Guy Murchie, United States marshal, re-en gaging the estate. Mr. Murchie said the President already had an option on the place until Decem ber 1 and the fact that he had decided to go there again next summer did not come as a surprise. . Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been issued to the following: Lawson E. Robinson and 'Mary JE. Robinson, both of Orange, Va. Benjamin 8. Clark and Nellie Brannum. Frank L. Robinson and Annie John son. Bdward Blackburn and Lauraetta Wil liams. Coffer II Melton and Effle A. Harris, both of Gordonsvilfb, Va. John R. Dawson of Gunison, Col., and Willie Ann Paitf of Monteithvllle, Va. Walter L. Burton, Jr.. and Bernice E. Wink el man. George A. Toung and Elizabeth E. Wil lard. Bdwin C. George of Cherrydale. Va., and Nellie J. McCarthy of this city. Peter Shores and Tresa Krautsack Births Reported. The following births were reported to the health office duriajp the past tWenty four hours: Harry B. and Mary C. Zier, boy. George C. and Lotta P. Wright, boy. Samuel and Jennie Wasserman. boy. James E. and Irene E. Tanner, girl. John C. and Anna V. Slemmer, girl. Walter J. and Anna M. Shoeckency, boy. William and Katie Randall, boy. Nathan and Bella Rubin, boy. Lawrence E. and Mary K. Murray, girl. Edward E. and Kate" W. Lipphard, girl. Howard G. and Kathryn C. Kneessi, boy. Frank W. and Fannie Hart, boy. Charles M. and Margaret A. Foley, girl. Thomas E. and Francis Fant, girl. Eugene A. and Nellie Daly, boy. Harry T. and Mary A. Cissel. girl. William and Mary B. Berang, boy. Samuel R. and Rosa A. Baulalr, boy. William and Lena B. Burton, boy. John C. and Endora C. Burrows, boy. Charles and Emma Brown girl. Harry V. and Holland Belt. boy. Alfred and Bessie Roberts, girl. William and Eliza Newman, girl twins. Charles and Elizabeth Greco, gift. Deaths Reported. The following deaths were reported to the health office uuring the past twenty-four hours: Edward F. Qualtrough, 63 yeara, 1714 I street northwest. Annie Gardner, 40 years. Sibley Hos pital. ; Lydia M. Edmonds, 09 years, 1023 K street northwest. Margaret Sullivan. 72 years. 3017 N street northwest. Corinne R. Strickland, 67 years, 309 E street northwest. William Helneke. 51 years, Government Hospital for the Insane. Mary A. Flynn, 30 years, 1880 U street southeast. Martha E. Slater, 72 years, 434 New Jersey avenue southeast. Anna M. Brown. 4 hours, Sibley Hos pital. Lucy Williams, 63 yeara, Freedmen's Hospital. Notley Toung, 37 years, Freedmen's Hospital. John Daneby. 43 years, Freedmen's Hos pital. Fred 'Miner, 46 years. Tuberculosis Hos pital. Gertrude Lewis, 30 years, 7 Virginia avenue southwest. Edward Allen, 28 years. Casualty Hos pital. James E. Posey, 5 years, 1&H4 Ben ning road. Britton Jamison, 84 years, Washington Asylum Hospital. Co mora Burton, 3 years. 022 l street northwsst. David L. Stewart. 40 years, 1318 7th street northwest. Louisa Green, 07 years, 348 H street southwest. Mary Rogers, 86 years. 211 Warren street northeast. Business Men to lUise Funds. The business men's committee desig nated to assist in raising funds for Sibley Hospital, yesterday effected a temporary organisation. Permanent organisation, it is hoped, will be perfected at a meet ing at Rust Hall Monday night. The permanent committee is to include a representative from each of the Metho dist churches in the District. The campaign is expected to extend through. Deoembec.