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THE WASHINGTON HERALD SATURDAY DECEMBER 31 1910 11
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ered to any address addre ddre 2I in Alexan Alexandria AlanndrI4 Alcinnaria ¬
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Alexandria Alexandjla Va Dec 30 3OlJrrmcls 3OlJrrmclsCoatOll 30FrLncISCoato Francis FrancisCoatoa
Coatoa Jr a national bank examiner of ofthe ofthe otthe
the Treasury Department will arrive arrivehere arrivebere arrivebere
bere from Richmond tomorrow to morrow morning morningand morninband morningand
and begin b g1n the work of examining the af affairs affaJrs a1airs ¬
fairs airs of the Virginia Safe afe Deposit and andTrust andTrust andTrust
Trust Corporation which closed elo ed its doors doorsyesterday doorsyesterday doorsr
r yesterday following the appointment appointment of ofreceivers ofreceivers ofreceivers
receivers receiversJohn receiversJohn receiversJohn
John S Barbour one of tho receivers receiverssaid rcceherssaid receiverssaid
said today that when Mr Coates com completes completes cornpletes ¬
pletes his hl work a report of the affairs affairsof aftainiof affairsof
of the institution will be made public publicThe pubUeThe
The opinion prevails pr yaUii among stockhold stockholders ¬
ers erst as well as depositors that the con concern oont concn ¬
t cern will be ablo to meet all its It obliga obligations obllsattons obilgations ¬
tions ttonsIn tionsIn tionsIn
In the Corporation Court at 10 oclock oclocktomorrow oclocktomorrow oclocktomorrow
tomorrow morning morn In it is stated tate < that At Attorneys Attorneys Attorse ¬
torneys torse Moncure Wampler and Goth of ofAlexandria ofAletandn ofAlexandrj
Alexandria County will request reque t Judge JudgeI
I c Barley of that court for the ap appointment appointmont appotntnent ¬
pointment of a coreceiver In the th inter interest Intertst interest ¬
est of a a number of clients whom they theyrepresent therrepresent theyrepreont
represent Mr Moncure said today that thathe thath thathe
he h bad served notice on Judge Norton Nortoncne Nortoncne Nortontoe
cne of the th receivers to that effect effectA etr t
A 4 1 dispatch from Richmond says saysOn 1itlZOn saysOn
On December Deeembor S the State bureau of ofinsurance ofinsurance ofInsurance
insurance issued an order revoking the thelicense thelicen thelicense
license licen of the corporation to do bust busln bustns
nass n ss as a trust company in Virginia VirginiaThe Virginiato
to The Th order directed the concern to write writeno writeno writono
no no now bonds to renew no former bonds bondsand bondaMd bondsand
and not to qualify as executor ecutor or ad administrator admintstrator administrator ¬
ministrator of estates This action re resuited 10quIted requlted
suited from an a examination made by the theSta th thS theSte
Sta S Ste te < bank examiner which apparently apparentlydisclosed atlp apparonUydiscosod rontly rontlydlscosed
disclosed exceedingly eC Qdlng1i unsatisfactory con conditions conditlona conditinns ¬
ditions ditionsThe ditlonaThe ditinnsThe
The company did both a banking and andsurety andt
t a surety business It is S probable that ac action actlon notion ¬
tion would have ba ve been taken earlier e rUer but butfor butfor butfor
for the fact that until recently no noInallon asani asanitnation onmrt1t1on
tnation could ulcI be b had of State Stat banks and andtho andth andth
tho th insurance department could not look lookinto looktnto lookinto
into the banking end of the business businessThe b08lne businessThe s sThe
The asnets aIt ta were held in common for both bothdepartments bothdtpIrtDten bothdeMrtments
departments departmentsSince deMrtmentsSinc hr hrSi
Since Si Sinc Ot the issuance i IWSUanC sUtlnce of o tho order of ofT ofTecemb ofTecembor
T ecember Tecemb > l X the representatives repr8 8fttatlvM of the theinstitution the1ntitutton thelntitutboo
institution have been b 6ft busy bu y in andeavor andeavoring andeavoring ondesvoring
ing to t secure Ita revocation This the thedepartment thedep thedeprtment
department dep rtJDnt refused to do It was stated statedthat statedthat tatQdHlt
that C J Rlxey president W lideftt had turned turnedover turaedPf turneduver
over Pf a large amount of real estate ato to tosecure toeure toeeure
secure its liabilities liabilitiesA
A strange man last laitnight night n bt sant enta entaouth a white whiteyouth wltJeouth
youth outh to wtJta the residents esfdOl1t dWI9 Qf WH V Beach BeachNorth DIUhNorth BoschNorth
North Royal street and told the lad ad to totell toteU totell
tell the woman wha wh answered the door doorthat doorthat doorthat
that her husband had sent for her watch watchA watchA watchA
A gold huntinccase watch was turned turnedover turnedover turnedtwer
over to the youth who gave It to the theman thel1lan theflIifl
man The man gave the iad 5 cents and andvanished and1nisbed andvanished
vanished It is the mme flimflam 1Um am game gamewhich pme1hcb gamewhich
which has hi been successfully operated here herefor h hur herofur
for ur some months A description de aipt1oft of the theman theman theman
man has been furnished the police policeRev polae polaeRev policeRev
Rev J JL R Sevier who for several pea yoars yoarspast yoarsp yearspsst
past p t has been pastor of Second Presby Presbyterian Pre Prosbyterian by bytrian ¬
terian Church accompanied by h his wife wifeand wIfeantI wifeand
and children left this afternoon for Au Augusta Augusts II IIusta ¬
gusts usta Qa to assume the pastorate of ofthe ortle ofthe
the Presbyterian church of that city cityFuneral cftyr cftyPuueral cityFuneral
r
Funeral services HrveM for Mrs Mary A AIteeton AJeeton AIeton
Iteeton Jeeton who died yesterday were held heldtii heldthis heldthis
tii this is afternoon from her residence RID 1U9r 11WDuke RIDDuke
r Duke > nke street They were conducted by byRev b bRev byRev
Rev J M l Holmes HoI l6l pastor of MothodSt MothodStProtestant MethodfitProtestant MothodPItProtestant
Protestant Church Burial was in Union UniontVmetery Unionlt Untonemetory
tVmetery lt > metery She was sixtysix years old oldand oldanoi oldand
and the widow of Albert Doeton DoetonThe DoetonThe DoetonThe
The condition of F 1 E Smith the rail railroad railI railra4 ¬
I road freight fre1 ht brakeman brake n who was injured injuredWednesday Injurodedne InjuredWednesday
Wednesday edne day I Is reported to be critical to tonight tonight tozight ¬
night nightEXHIBIT nightEXHIBIT zightPXTTThIT
EXHIBIT AWAKENS INTEREST DTTERESTDisplay INTERESTDIspht INTERESTDinpiny
Display of Pictures of Child LaborConditions LaborConditions
Conditions Is Concluded ConcludedConcluding ConeludClIConcludlnS ConcludedConcluding
Concluding a a weeks exhibition at the theNational theationl theN4tionsl
National ationl Capital the th display of photo photographs photoA photographs ¬
A graphs sent out by the National Child ChildLabor ChildLabor ChildLabor
Labor Committee was last night sent sentto 80ntt sentteb
to t the University of Virginia at Char Charlotteeville Charlotte8lUo CharltteevI1Io
lotteeville Va a where a similar > > cam campaign oarnr camrain ¬
rain r dgn for interest in child labor prob problems probIfmf problems ¬
lems will bo put under way wayThe wayTh wayTh
The Th exhibit thlbtt was brought br usllt to Washing Washington W88blngton Washington ¬
ton chiefly hla to awaken Intorost Int rOtlt in the thebill thohill thehilt
bill now before bofor Congress Con MB to establish a aiiildrens ahildrens atiildrens
iiildrens bureau in the Department of ofCommerce ofI ofommerce
Commerce I ommerce and Labor and it was wa largely largelyattended Jar largelyattended ely elyattended
attended not only by many of those In Inerested Infrfstec Inrested
rested in the work being accomplished accomplishedby
by the committee but also by several severalU
U 1 Tresentatlves and Senators SenatorsAn SenatorsAn SenatorsAn
An enthusiastic movement among Wash Washinstonians Waahjn Washngtontans
instonians jn tonlanl was started in favor of the theHI thetril
tril HI 1 and it will be strenuously urged at ati atnect atnext
i next session on of the committee which whichhas whlckhas vhchhas
has it in charge A considerable CGn lderftble num number numt numhr ¬
ber t r of oaraas wore added to the mom membership momI roomtership ¬
I bership list and the little bank to re reeive ret reeive
< eive t e contributions for the work was wastilled wastilltd wasUIkd
tilled several veral times timesThe tim timThe timesIhe
The local office offlc of the committee are arein arein aretI
in tI the Bond Building under charge ch rs of ofA ofJ ofJ
A J McKelway laI lwIlY secretary of the na national nat nalional ¬
tional t association The picture exhibit exhibiteoes exhibitgt exhibitreS
eoes gt from CharlbttesvUle Cbrl JttevUle to Raleigh N Nand Nand Nl
l and Columbia S C and from there therein
in l l Providence R L LDinner I IDinner It
t Dinner to Orphans OrphansMount OrpbnnIGunt OrphansMGunt
Mount IGunt Calvary Baptist Church will willerve willerve 1t 1ttre
erve 4 New Years Year dinner to the elderly elderlyf 8ldBllYItmherll elderlymhera
Itmherll > f > mbers and the orphans of the church churchMonday churchfondllY churchMonday
Monday evening eveningGet eventngI
I HJfed ct144 ct144Get 1 i iGet
Get the Original and Genuine GenuintLIP GenuineH GenuinaHO
H HO 0 R LIP film KS KSMALTED KSI IfO o oHILH
I MALTED MILK MILKThe
The Fooddrink for All Ages AgesForInfanlsInvairdsandGroving AgesF ges1 ges1ForInfantsInvahdsandCrowngthildren
ForInfanlsInvairdsandGroving F ForInfantsInvahdsandCrowngthildren ForInfantsInvahdsandCrowngthildrenPureNutritionupbuilding or Infants Invalids and Growing children childrenPureNutridon
PureNutridon PureN PureNutritionupbuilding utrition up building the wholebody whole body
Invigorates Inviatesthenurthigmotherandtheaged InviatesthenurthigmotherandtheagediEh the nursing mother motherand and the aged agedRich
Rich iEh milk malted te4 prain in powder form formA formA formA
A quick lunch prepared in a minute minuteTakenosubstJtuteAskforHORLICKS minuteTake minuted minutedalino
TakenosubstJtuteAskforHORLICKS TakenosubstJtuteAskforHORLICKSla Take alino no substitute AskforHORLICKS AskforHORLICKSIn skier HORLICKS HORLICKSIn
In No lb o Combine or Trust
TARIFF DELEGATESAS DELEGATES AS GUESTS GUESTSImncfceon GUEsTs GUESTSLuncheon I ILuncheon
Luncheon Will VUl Be Served Str ed at the theChamber theOhumber theChamber
Chamber of Commerce CommerceDelegates CommerceDelegates CommerceDelegates
Delegates to the NatiOnal Tariff Com Commission Commission Cornmission ¬
mission convention which will be bald baldin haldID baldIn
in Washington on January 11 and 12 will willbe willbe wIllbe
be guests of the Chamber of Commerce Commerceat Commerceatluncheon
i at atluncheon luncheon the th former day Thoso dele delegates delaII dolegates ¬
gates number about 800 and the lunch luncheon lunchoon luncheon ¬
eon will be served in tho Chamber of ofCommerce otCommerco ofCommerce
II
Commerce rooms roomsAddressee roomsddr roomsAddrenees
Addressee ddr t8M will be delivered by several severalauthorities soveralauthOrftleR severalauthorities
authorities on civic chf and economic quoS questions qutWtlons quoStians ¬
tions that arc of of interest to members of oftho otChamOOr Ofthe
the Chamber and bear upon many of oftho oftho ofthe
tho problems which business men of this thiscity thblcity thiscity
city are seeking se klng to solve solveThe solvefhe solveThe
The Commissioners have already taken takenofficial takooI takenofficial
I official cognizance of the convention by byappointing byII byappoIntIng
appointing as delegates from the District DistrictJohn D18trlcJohn DistrictJohn
II John Joy Edson W McK Clayton Will William Willjam Willlam ¬
jam S Corby George W White Otto OttoLuebkert OttoLuabkert OttoLuebkert
Luebkert and William M Shuster ShusterCAST ShUBtcrGAST ShunterCAST
CAST BALLOTS AT ARLINGTON ARLINGTONChamber ARLINGTONChamber ARLItTONChamber
Chamber of Commerce Election to toBe toB toB
Be B Held Heldinflotel HeldinflotelPolla in Hotel HotelPolls HetelPolls
Polls Will 111 Open at Noon on Jnnuar January January1O
10 to Accommodate Increased IncreasedMembership IncreasedMember1lblp IncreasedMembership
Membership MembershipElection Member1lblpBllectIon MembershipllootIoa
Election day at the Chamber of Com Commerce Comlnerc Cornmeree ¬
merce lnerc on January 10 may m Y sound strange strangebut strangebut tranS tranSbut
but that is h the way to sponk speak of it this thisyear thl8esr thisyear
year esr Election IectIon night was good enough enoughin
in past occasions when tho members memberschose memborlehlG memberschOse
chose the officers for the year But Buto1th Buto1thfortytwo with withfortytwo v1tho
fortytwo o lwo candidates oandid tos for tho offices of oftha ofth8 ofthe
the ton directors and a I lively contest contestfor eonto contestfor t tfor
for the office of first vice president presidentwith prcmdentith presidentwith
with ith about SCO SIX members eligible to vote voteat voteat voteat
at this election tha ballot will surpass the thej Uteavem8 theaverago
j average county ticket ballot in intricacy intricacyand IfttrlOftCYacnd IntrIcacYand
and length and the total vote will be belarger belarlor belarger
larger than that of o many a township townshipat
at State elections electionsSo olootlonSo electionsSo
So the committee has been seeking il oktn a aplace aplace aplace
place large enough In which to hold the theannual theMnuat theannual
annual mooting and has bean trying to todevise todevl88 todevise
devise some plan to expedite the count counting eoontIn eonntIng ¬
ing In of o the ballots b81lots so that returns may maybe maybe maybe
be in before midnight midnightThe mkIn midnightThe t tThe
The Arlington Hotel has h bean chosen chosena
a the moeUng place and tho ballot ballotboxes b ballotboxes l1ot l1otbox
boxes box will be opened at noon and re remain remain remain ¬
main open until 9 in the evening with withan withan withan
an intermission of two hours from 6 6until Iiuntll 5until
until 7 Tho afternoon balloting ba1I Ung will willtake willtako willtake
take place pJae at the rooms of the Chamber Chamberof
j of Commerce and the tellers will fill Ili pre preside preaide proside ¬
side over the boxes bo e Then at 7 oclock oclockthe oclocktho oclockthe
the balloting will be b resumed at the theArlington tlteArJIngtoD tbeArlington
Arlington Hotel until 9 oclock when whenthe whc n nthe nthe
the tellers will begin tha count countIn coontIn countIn
In former years qrs it lute been the cue custom cu cutom cuetorn ¬
tom to begin lPn balloting at S in the th even evening cvonInb evenIng ¬
ing to keep p the boxes open until all allpresent aUpreent allpresent
present had voted and then to count the thevotes thevotes thevotes
votes which usually lasted until mid midnight midnllht midnight ¬
night The larger number of candidates candidatesthe c candidatesthe nd1dat8l nd1dat8ltne
the greater membership and the closer closercontest clOHrcontest closercontest
contest of this year make the old plan planimpracticable p1nfmprxctlcabl planhupractlcabla
impracticable impracticableDuring fmprxctlcablDurIng hupractlcablaDuring
During the evening the custom of sup supplying aupplying supplying ¬
plying a buffet supper will be followed followedWIDOW toUowedWIDOW followedYIIDOW
WIDOW GETS ENTIRE ESTATE ESTATEWill ESTATEWill ESTATEWill
Will of Henry E Miles Also Pro Provides Provides Provides
vides for His Daughter DaughterWith DaughtfUItl DaughterWith
With Itl Exception Bxcep lon of Bequest to St StAloyaiuK StAlolu StAloysins
AloyaiuK Alolu Church Niece of Cathe Catherine Gatberlne Catherine ¬
rine Long Long Receiver Estate EstateBy EstateBy 1tnte 1tnteBy
By the terms of the will ot Henry R RMllas Ra1llM RMtiu
Mllas dated October 27 f 1884 mHo and filed for forprobate torprobata forprobate
probate yesterday torday his entire estate ostat is de devised devlaied dovised ¬
vised to his widow Mrs tin Charlotte K KMiles KMI icMIIe
Miles MI who its h also named as executrix executrixIn
In a codicil ec > dlofl da dated ed March 22 1KB Mr MrMiles MrMUei MrMiles
Miles allowed allowo a newly born daughter d ulhter to toparticipate topartIclpato toparticipate
participate in the distribution of the es estate o otate esfate ¬
tate The property includes five houses housesin oou housesin es esIn
in this ths city and a a square of ground at atHarpers atHarpera atHarpers
Harpers Ferry W Va in addition to topersonal toperwnl topersonal
personal estate estateWith estateWith estateWith
With the exception of a bequest boque t of ofto M Mto Itto
to St St Aloysius Church the entire estate eatteof estateof fltateof
of Catherine OIl U1erine Long ta t left to her niece nieceHonere nloeoHonore nieceHonore
Honore M McLarnay by her will 111 dated datedApril datedApril datedApril
April 4 lOs and filed for probate yes yesterday yoeterdllY yesterday ¬
terday The niece is named executrix executrixThe executrlxTho executrixThe
The will of Emma V Beckwith dated datedJuly datedJuly datedJuly
July 6 1919 haa been tiled for probate probateHer probateHer probateHer
Her entire estate in l devised def Ied to her mother motherMary mothelMary motherMary
Mary J Beckwith Mrs Bockwith is isalso isalao Isalso
also named I executrix executrixBy executrixBy executrixBy
By the tIi terms of the will of William G GWnmsley GWamsley GWamoley
Wnmsley dated April I 1901 1 lO his entire entireestate entireestate entireestate
estate in i devised to Mrs Fannie B Simp Simpson SImpon Shopson ¬
son > > on who is I also al o named executrix executrixThe o executrixThe eeulrLC eeulrLCrho
The will of Gen Wesley We tey Merritt U S SA SA SA
A dated June 13 iWO has been filed for forprobate forproMte forprobate
probate All his real estate tate in Missouri Missouriand MJ Missouriand IiOurl IiOurland
and his interest in 1 the Merritt Real Es Estate Eiitata Estate ¬
tate Company of o St Louis Lout Louis are left to tohis tohis tohis
his brothers and sisters in equal shares sharesThe shareTbe sharesThe
The remaining estate is I devised to his hiswife 11S 11Swlte hiswife
wife Mrs Laura Merritt who Is named namedexecutrix nomodexecutrix namedexecutrix
executrix executrixSingapore executrixStnglipore executrixSingapore
Singapore Is now free from plague plagueSmallpox plagueSmallpox plagueSmallpox
Smallpox is decreasing dcreft ln owing to health healthofilce healthofiloo healthoffice
office activity
mm i I PARLOR PARLORTiny PARLORriuy PARLORTiny
Tiny Town Source of Delight Delightas
as Christmas Novelty NoveltyWORE Nove NoveltyWQRK ty tyi
i
I WORE OF I CLEETOBD LANKATT LANKATTIngenious LANKAMIngenlouK LANIWLIngenious
Ingenious Xininturc Tlnnilct Con CouBtructed ConI Constructed
Btructed Iiy 1 Assistant tIsl tant Superin Superintendent SuperIntendent Superintendent ¬
I
tendent of parking for District in inHis inlilH inHis
His Home Includes houses Our CnrTrades OurTrncJUI CarTracks
Trades Electric Lights c cI cI cI
I Clifford CU ord Lunharn assistant superin superinteiident superlntendent suporintondent
teiident of parKing Jiarlllng for tho District has hasreached hasroeeh hasreached
roeeh reached d the acm4 of o Ingenuity lusenuftyfn iu the thelint tholine theline
line of providing r rfstmos novelties nov61t s fo folite fo11Js toida
ida two Uttlo children This yoar ha hag hagquite hallClulto hasquite
quite outdona all others and like a amodern II IIuuHIern amodern
modern magician has turned the front frontparlor trontparlor frontparlor
parlor of hl his homo at 1217 G street south souUioagt southt southeast
east t into a a miniature village without withoutforgetting withoutfOtSotUnr withoutforgetting
forgetting of course the childrens childrensChristmas chIldrensChristmas childrensChristmas
Christmas tree treeOna trecOno treeOne
Ono must see this tl s tiny village to tofully totully tofully
fully appreciate tho ingenuity and pains painspant painspont painsspent
pant in making it nnd tho rnpfurea rnp rnpures ures of ofdelight otdelight ofdelight
delight which escaped from the lips of ofii ofI ofThe
The ii I two kiddies kiddl on Christmas morning morningfully mornlnSfully morningfully
fully expressed their own appreciation appreciationMcccn appreciationlUecca appreciationMecca
Mcccn for Sightseers SightseersMr SI SlghtseerMr hi6Cers hi6CersMr
Mr Lanhams homo hag ha been a Mecca Meccafor Mee Meccafor a aor
for or sightseers iillght IL Thoro can always be befound befound befound
found a group of children who ask per permission p permission r rml8 ¬
ml8 mission lon to get one look at tho novelty noveltyAnd noveJtyAnd noveltyAnd
And aside from the children and his ha own ownfriends 0111trhmd ownfriends
friends many District officials as well wellas wo11as trollas
as members of Congress Congre and other gov government governmont governmant ¬
ernment officiate have hn vo gone to his house houseto houseto houseto
to satisfy tIY their own curiosity It Is safe safeto satoto safeto
to say y that not one of them loft disap disappointed dlappointed disappointed ¬
pointed pointedBy pointedy pointedBy
By y means me 1UI of several electric switches switchesand switchcsand switchesand
and an ordinary water cook Mr Lanham Lanhamwas LanhamWAS Lanhanwas
was able to give a roalisUc touch to the thewhole thewhole i iwhole
whole scene This is something of a ageneral ageneral
1
general idea of what the Lanham tots totsare j j jare
are playing with every day dayTaking d dyTaking y yTakba
Taking Takba up nearly the entire parlor tlor i i14 a abeautifully a abeautifully abeautifully
beautifully laid out little country vii vflIlL5e viilage village ¬
lage The central figure is I a large coun country country country ¬
try mansion with green ecn terraces real realsmall roalannall realsmall
small trees tr in the yard and incidentally incidentallya Incldenu1lybMutfnlIy
a beautifully decorated Christmas tree treeI trearchlng treereaching
I reaching to tho ceiling of ot the room roomIn roomIn roomIn
In front of this th mansion is laid out outthe outthe outthe
the general plan of the village Tiny car cartracks cartracu cartracks
tracks ar us used d with a ainslo car while whilemen whitemen whilemen
men and women and carriages may ba bai bElMOn beseen
i seen on the streets troet By means of com common comman cornmoo ¬
mon sawdust which he has soaked In Ingreen Ingreen Ingreen
green paint Mr Lanham has given a arealistic arealtatJo arealistic
realistic reproduction of gram while whilechopped whUechoDP whilechopped
chopped choDP d cork servos 0Ii for his paths path and andstreets andau andstreets
streets au
31111 Pond Reproduced ReproducedBut
But more unique than any of these is isthe ISthe Isthe
the perfect medal of a a country mill with withroal withroal withreal
roal water in the pond ducks swimming swimmingabout swimmingabout Immlng ImmlngrLbout
about and the th mill wheel merrily forcing fOrc1ngcurrents forcingcurrents I Icurrents
currents of water through the pond In Inside Instde Inside ¬
side the mill there are the dusty millers millersand mtuenand millersand
and one can even OC see tho stone stoneThen atoneThea stoneThen
Then on the th opposite side of the room roomto roomto I Ito
to the right ril t a bridal party is just leav leaving 1eavInS leavlug ¬
InS a tiny country church after ter the cere ceremony ceremony caremeny ¬
mony while whII just ju t across acru the way is a atypical ntypic1 atypical
typical log lo cabin with its It wood pile and andgarden andsarden andgarden
garden There is I still another house a asmall ftutaU a asmall
small cottage in the background wftfa wftfaits wtthIts hh
its own parking parkingThen parkingTben parkingThen
Then to add a still further touch of ofnoattsra ofzoaI8m ofroalism
noattsra Mr rr Inham has ba painted tod a acountry aOuntry aoouatry
country scene of meadows inwows ant weeds woodewhich weedswhich vood voodwblch
which serves as a background for the theentire tboeatire theentire
entire scene with a a really excellent ef effect orftat offeet ¬
feet fectBut feetBut
ftatBut
But let him touch one of those oleo oleotric oleotrlc dcc dcctrio
trio switches and you see a change changeSwteb cbanpuSwJab changeSwlab
Swteb and the dusty millers can be beseen I Ii8ea
seen moving about while all the ma machinery JD JDehfaery maebtuery ¬
chinery in the mill turns and the millers millersgrind tnlUOI1Icrtnd millersgrind
grind out their flour Even the car carruns earrUJUI carrune
runs Another touch of o a trigger and the thewheel thewheel thewheel
wheel starts tart splashing in the water and andstill andallll andstill
still bother Qther electric switch starts the theorgan theorpn theorgan
organ an n the church Everything is ismusic 11mu ismusic
music mu lc when all the switches are turned turnedon turnedon
on In the little log cabin the inmates inmatestake IronatMtake Inmatetake
take out their banjos and fiddles while whilea
a music box bo in the big mansion mansk > n gives givesone giv givone givesone
one the th idea that a daico is going on onLights aDIfltts onijiglils
Lights Complete Tableau TableauAs TableauAs TableauAs
As a final nal effect Mr Lanham turns on onthe ontbe onthe
the last switch swttclt and d tiny Un lights ltSh appear appearin aru appearIn > eor eorIn
in each window of all the houses and andwith andwith andwith
with this the tableau IB complete completeMr oompl completeMr o oMr
Mr Lanham has spent eight years add adding addIng adding ¬
ing to the original scheme It only took tookhim tookbim tookhim
him two days to set up the little tab tableau tab188U tablean ¬
lean and he says he just does it for thepure the thepure thepure
pure enjoyment it gives himself as well wellas wollas wellas
as his W children His friends are curious curiousto
to know what he will make next Christ Christmas Chrl8tmu Christmae ¬
mae but Mr Lanham merely smiles and andnods a andnods d dnod
nods nod his head with a a guessing lUe 9 DS Wait Waitand Waltand Waitand
and see seeWAUT seeWANT seeWANT
WANT TO ADOPT CHILD CHILDGarnet CKILDGarnet OBILDGarnet
Garnet Vivian and Ida L Vivian yes yesterday yestorday yestorday ¬
torday petitioned tho court to be per permitted permitted permittod ¬
mitted to adopt Margaret C Reeves five fiveyears ttyeoanl liveyears
years oanl old whose mother is dead and who whowas whowas whowas
was an inmate of the House of Mercy Mercyup Mercyup Mercyup
up to the time petitioners received her herThey horIhey herThey
They ask the court that tu t 1r child be begiven beI begiven
given the name of Frances Franc Margaret MargaretVivian MargaretVIvian MargiretVivian
I Vivian
ADVERTISING TALKS TALKSWRITTEN TALKSVRITTENBY TALKSWRITTEN
WRITTEN VRITTENBY BY WILLIAM C C FREEMAN
B ALTMAN CO is a national nationalntUQe nationalOIL rationalntje
ntUQe OIL In th Uta business world All mar marcliiuits merclNUlts marchants
chants everywhere as won a as all allpoopte aUpoople allPeople
People who have had business rela relation rolaHone relatione ¬
tion Hone with this firm pay high tribute tributeto tributeto tributeto
to its It character characterAdvertising
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Advertising man especially advor advertisement advorUoment advortigoment ¬
tisement writers wonder how Jk Alt Altman Allman Altman
man Co continue to do SO GREAT GREATA GaEATA
A BUSINESS by mean means of their ad advertising aderU advertislzmg ¬
vertising erU lng methods which Imvont bavootchanged haventchanged Imvontchanged
changed from the time they started startedbusiness startedbu startedbueInos
business businessThere bu bueInosThere ln888 ln888Thoro
There is I not an advertisement advertisementwriter advortisemontTiter advertisementwriter
writer that I know who does d not notthat spy spythat ao aothat
that if ho could apply HIS METE METHODS METIODS METEODS ¬
ODS to the Altman business it would wouldIncrease wQuldIncrElftIie wouldincrease
Increase tremendously tremendouslyThis tremndousl tremndouslThis tremendouslyThis
This may bo true but the fact re remains remains romains ¬
mains that the SIMPLEST AN ANNOUNCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT ¬
NOUNCEMENT over the name of B BAltman BAllman BAltman
Altman Co brings IMMEDIATE laiMEDIATERESPONSE Il IMMEDIATERESPONSEand IEDIAT IEDIATRESPONSEand
RESPONSE RESPONSEand and the r reason son hi that thatpeople thalpeople thatpeople
people believe what Is printed over overthat ovorn ovorIt overthat
that name nameIt n nameIt
It has taken many years to bring bringabout brJlSab bringabout
about ab ut this CONFIDENCE CONFIDm CE on the th part partof partof partof
of the people but It exists today to toa to toa toa
a marvelous degree and nothing oan oanshake oanI canshake
I shake It ItOther ItOther itOther
Other advortlsersdo advortlier do not approve of ofthe o othe ofthu
the style of the advertising yet yetmany yetmany yetmany
many of them imitate It with this thisdifference thisdltrerenceonly thisdifferenceonly
difference dltrerenceonly only here and there can canbe canbe canbe
be found a business house whose whosereputation whooreputation whoseroputatlok
reputation Justifies Imitation of the theAltman theAltman theAltman
Altman methods Others have noth nothing nolliing nothlog
ing to back them up upnot not mUQh REP REPUTATION RBPUTATION REPUTATION ¬
UTATION if any and not muob muobRELIABILITY mue mueRELIABILITY muclREIjIABILTTY
RELIABILITY If any anyMany an anMany anyMany
Many people trail along lifes Iff lfe s path pathway pathway pathway ¬
way trying to stop st pln in the footprints l
of the great but they make lament lamentable InmontaWe lamentable ¬
able failure all una because they overlook overlookthe ovcrlo ovcrlothe otrnrlol otrnrlolthe
the prlncipes that have made he heother heOther e eother
other man great greatI CIe t tI
I dont believe it Is possible In Inthese intheae Inthese
these days for any firms with the theexception tboexception thcexception
exception of perhaps three or four in inNew inNow inNew
New York to follow the th style Qf the theAltman theAltman theAltman
Altman advertising advortJsin and meet with withany withany withany
any kind of success succefteIt su suIt successIt
It is hard to explain why this Is so soMy soMy soMy
My own personal p rlnal opinion Is that the thestyle theetyl thetylo
style etyl tylo adopted many years ago by byAltman byAltman byAltman
Altman and steadfastly followed ever eversince eversince eversince
since has made its impression on tho thopublic thopublic thepublic
public In such a manner as to give giveto giveto gIveto
to the house all the results ro ults that It Itwanta itwants itwants
wants from its advertising advertisingMaybe adverU81n adverU81nMa advertisingMaybe
Maybe Ma bo other methods would bring bringgreater brInggreator bringgreater
greater results but the firm will HI not notlisten not1ten notlisten
listen to any change In its stylo styloA 5tYloA styloA
A merchant said to mo the other otherday otherdsy
day dayDo dLY
Do you know that EVERY PIECE PIECEof PIEC1Jot PIECEof
of merchandise that goes Into the theAltman tl10Altman tleAltman
Altman Store is eramlned carefully carefully1eoro
before It 1 Is 1 put on sale T 10 o illustrate illustrateIf
If I he buys nine thousand suits of ofunderwear atunderwoor ofunderwear
underwear every suit Is examined be before befora before ¬
fore It goes on oti sale snJonot not one nor ten tennor tenBor tennor
nor a a hundred but the whole nine ninethousand nlnethousand ninOthousand
thousand thousandAnother thousandAnother thousandAnother
Another merchant said to me meAltman meAltman meAltman
Altman Co have just as firm a ahold ahold ahold
hold on the thoconfidance confidence of tholrein tholreinployes thalrr theirdTh theirdThploygs 1 1plo
ployes plo QII as they have on that of the thepublic thepubUc thepublic
public That was Illustrated In the therecent therecant therecent
recent strike troubles when flot Ot a asingle a aalnglo asingle
single driver or helper quit his job jobIJ jobI jobIt
IJ I the U tkc public pub JObo1l believes VOG In a firm and andemployes andemploYM andemnplo3ks
employes are ar LOYALthen it ltalwror ltalwrorsucceeds alwav alwavsucceeds alwavsucceeds
succeeds
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parting and welcome the coming year in inthe inthe inthe
the most befitting manner mannera a special specialMenu specialMenu specialMenu
Menu of delicacies appropriate decora decorations qecoradons 4ecorations ¬
tions and a programme of musical musicalselections musicalsclections musicalselections
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7 Every attention will be given your yourcomfort y9JJrcomfort yourcomfort
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Come ComeTomorrow me meTomorrow e
Tomorrow and Monday from 530 to 830 830a
a Special Table dHote Dinner vvill rill i11 be served servedin servedin nervedin
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ronage of the world Its invigorating sea air bids waning energy energya
a quick return Leading hotels always open openTRAYMORE openTRAYMORE openTRAYMORE
TRAYMORE TRAYMOREGALEN CHALFONTE CHALFONTEGALEft CHALFONTEGALEN
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DEFENDS DEFEDSIRSI IRS EDDY EDDYTaught EDDYTaught EDDYTaught
Taught Resurrection to Be BeSpiritual e eSpiritual
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Spiritual Awakening AwakeningQUOTES A AwakeningQUOTES wakeningQUOTES
QUOTES FROM RO1 HER WRITINGS WRITINGSWriter mITINGSrUer WRITINGSWriter
Writer rUer In Commenting on State Statements Statements Statemania ¬
ments Attributed to Kxcommniii KxcoJDmunlcAtec lxconininnicated Kxcommniiicatcd
catcd Member lil mbor of Christian Science ScienceChurch SclenceGhureh ScienceChurch
Church Says Sa Her Teachings Were WereIn WereIn VereIn
In Accord with vIih tbe Ullfle UllfleBHtar Uthieg4er
BHtar the on m Wes 1 toot Be UeaW UeaWUDU8U1 Uel UelUnnsual U UUnusual
Unusual Interest attaches attacb just now to tothe totha
the Christian Science view of the resur resurrection resurrection resurrection ¬
rection and this interest was accentu accentuated aocantuated accentuated ¬
ated in I The Washington W Herald by the thearticle therUde thearticle
article rUde headed Expects Mrs Eddy to toRise toRIse toRise
Rise from the Tomb It should be benoted benoted
noted that the opinions expressed ox in that thatarticle thatarticle thatarticle
article were not those of a Christian ChristianScientist ChristianScientist
Scientist but were the views i1s of one who whowas whoWu whowas
was dismissed from the Christian ChrbtanSclonco ChrbtanScloncoChurch Science SclancoChurch ScienceChurch
Church because of her perversion of the theChristian theChrl8Uat theChristian
Christian Science teachinr teachinrMrs teachlnrMrs tescbinrMrs
Mrs Eddys Edd teaching tMehJ regarding rQgudln the theresurrection Uterenrrectioft theresurrection
resurrection has consistently cOn ItenUy been that it itis ItII itIs
is a spiritual and not a material awak awakening awakoffing
ening for which all should strive striv She Shenever Sbenever Shenever
never professed to be able to accomplish accomplishin
in this thl age g8 what hat Jesus accomplished in inthe Inthe inthe
the beginning of the Christian era eraIn eraIn eraIn
In a letter published in the Christian ChristianScience ChristianScience
Science Sentinel December DocOrnber 16 IMS 1 and andrepubllshed andrepubUshed andrepublished
republished in the same paper December DecemberIS
IS MOO i Mrs Eddy makes this statement statementHitherto statementHitherto statementHitherto
Hitherto there is but one Christ Jesus Jesuson Jesuson Jewsoa
on record Christ Is I incorporeal Neither Neitherthe Neitherthe Neitherthe
the you nor the I in the flesh can be or oris
is Christ Chri t In her work entitled enUtJ Unity Unityof Unltyof Unityof
of Good on page 43 Mrs Eddy says res on onthis onthis
this subject The achievement of this thisultimate thisultJ thisuhtimate
ultimate ultJ NLte of science complete triumph triumphov triumphover triumphover
ov over r death requires time and immense immensespiritual ImmenseplrJtual immensespiritual
spiritual > > growth I have by no moans moansspoken mOftIlSspokeJt moansspoken
spoken of myself I cannot speak of my myself my861f myself ¬
self as sufficient for these tbe e things thIn 5 I in insist tn5t insist ¬
sist 5t only upon the fact as It exists in indivine Indivine indivIlie
divine science that man dies not and on ontha onthe onthe
the words of the Master in support of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this verHy vertyworda words which can never pass passaway passaway passaway
away til all II bo fulfilled Because of oftheee ofth ofthese
theee th e profoun aasons I urge Christians Christiansto
I to have mor faith In living than in indying indin indying
dying dyingThese din dinThello dyingThese
These authoritative statements by b Mrs MrsEddy MrsEddy MrsEddy
Eddy will I feel sure appeal to tothoughtful tothou tothouhtful
thoughtful thou hUul people everywhere as a emi eminently emil1entlY endnently ¬
nently sensible and M being beln entirely entirelyin
in accord with the teaching of tho Bible BibleWILLIAM BlbioWILLIA BibieVILLIAM
WILLIAM S CAMPBELL CAMPBELLWashington CAMPBELLWashIngton CAMPBELLWashington
Washington Doc 30 O laifl laiflWILLIAM 19lOWTTTT uiioWTLTJAIW
WILLIAM WTTTT AM H HOLT DEAD DEADFormer DEADFormer DEADFormer
Former Assistant Examiner Exnmlnerot ExnmlnerotPntcn of ofPatent ofPatents
Patent II Well Known nown Here HereWord UereWord HereWord
Word was received here yesterday of ofthe atthe ofthe
the death of William Hf H I Holt at atManassas atl1an atManassas
Manassas l1an S8WI Va Mr Holt was connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with the Southern Railway and was at atone atone aton
one on time an assistant as letant examiner of pat patents patents pateats ¬
ents here hereAlthough herelthouah hereAlthough
Although lthouah in ill health for several severalmonths lioera1months severalmonths
months he made trips from New York Yorkwhere Yorkwhere Yorkwhere
where he was in business bu tne to his home homeIn homeIn homeIn
In Manchester Va He was on his way wayhome wayhome wayhornc
home for the holidays and stopped off offat ot otat olat
at Manassas Man t188S to visit his sister when he hewas hewas hewas
was taken tak n ill and died last Tuesday The he
body bod was buried Wednesday In the theMaury theMaury theMaury
Maury Cemetery Manchester Va VaEETIRES VaRETffiES VaRETLEES
EETIRES AS YEAR ENDS ENDSGen ENDSGen ENDSCon
Gen Walter Vulttr howe Sixtyfour Years YearsOld Yenr YenrOld YearsOld
Old Ilcnqhes Statutory Stntutor Age Limit LimitGen LindtGen LimitGem
Gen Walter Howe In command cornman of o the theDepartment tbeDopartmont theDepartment
Department of the Dakotas with head headquarters hoadquarHrS headquarters ¬
quarters at St Paul l aul will bo the last lastarmy lastarmy lentarmy
army officer to be retired this year enr hey hrvimj hvIng heylug
lug reached th tho thc j statutory ttatut ry ago linit linitHo 1mitHe UmitHo
Ho vas ns born in Indiana December Doccm Docemberai r rU
31 ISlfi and graduated from the Mili Military Military MIIItitry ¬
tary Academy Acad my with the class eIs of ISiiT 1IU Ho Hofought Hefoutt Hofought
fought in many of the notable Indian Indianyrars L1dinnwllrs IndianWtS
yrars and was with Sheridan and Custer CusterIn CusterIn Custerin
In 1888 i s During thswnr the Wftr nr with Spain he hewas hewas hewas
was in n command of Fort Washington WashingtonIn
In the summer cf t 1S9D W ho was com commissioned cornmissioned ¬
missioned a colonel and assigned with withthe withthe
the Fortyseventh United States Volun Volunteer Volunteer ¬
teer Infantry to the Philippines where wherehe whereho
he took part In a number of of hardfought hardfoughtbattles hardfoughtbattles
battles He was appointed brigadier brigadiergeneral brigadiergeneral brigadiergeneral
general January last Gen Howe will be besucceeded besucceeded
succeeded by Col Joseph W Duncan Duncanwho Duncanwho Duncanwho
who was appointed to the army from fromcivil fromrlil fromrtvll
civil life on October 1 1573
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By CHARLOTTE CRITTENDEN EVERETT EVERETTA
A boarding boardin and day school for f girls offering cMrerln grad KiatlDating gradnating gracinating
nating and elective courses preparation for Euro European EuroJ1eI1U Europn ¬
pean travel and special advantages in marie art artexprostioa artexpreuioo artexpreedoe
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bosketball bareback riding Primary and inter intertaediata iDUIrmediate in inbiediato
mediate departments The Fletcher method nmetbo of ofmotical ofmailed ofmodeal
mailed instruction is circa guen en in coancctioa with withthese withthese wit witthese
these departments under the direction of ofJuet Miss MissJanet MIsSJapit
Janet Pierpont Rogers R Preach and German taught tangatby tau taughtby t tby
by natiTo teachers Mua Josephine Underwood UnderwoodMunford Underwoodlunroni UnderwoodMunford
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The police department d rtment is the only one In New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York City which calls upon the taxpayers to pay paytho partho paythe
tho ptnMtm of tho men who hare been retired as aswell aswell astroll
well u those of the widows and crphaa of o de deceased dea doasset ¬
ceased a l pouceni 33
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Another Intellectual Feast FeastOur
Our many readers who desire to profit by their experience of ofthe ofthe ofthe
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As As A usual freaks are tabooed The Sunday edition of The TheWashington TheWashington TheWashington
Washington Herald is and shall remain a paper for the family familyand familyand familyand
and fireside Essays of literary value val e need neither frills nor em embellishments embellishments embellishments ¬
bellishments they are welcome and appreciated by lovers of good goodliterature gocx1literature gocxlliterature
literature without fancy additions additionsIn additionsIn
In order to substantiate our claim clair as to the contents of next nextSundays n nSundays nextSundays
Sundays edition of The Washington Herald we give herewith a asynopsis asynopsis I Isynopsis
synopsis of them as follows followsTrying followsTrying followsTrying
Trying to Oust a 378000000 Corporation CorporationThe
The life story of Hiram Johnson and his present deter determined detetLmined deteimined ¬
mined effort to kick the Southern Pacific Railroad octopus octopusouibf octopusou octopusoutof
ouibf ou f California politics politicsA politicsA politicsA
A Decades Leading Events EventsA
A A belletristic description of historical social and pout political poIitical poutical ¬
ical occurrences during dur ng the first ten years of the present presentcentury presentcentury presentcentury
century in all parts of the universe culled from thepapers thepapersof
of of the day especially for the readers of The Washington WashingtonHerald vVashingtonHerald WashingtonHerald
Herald HeraldThe HeraldThe HeraldThe
The New Rulers of India IndiaPerfect IndiaPerfect IndiaPerfect
Perfect understanding between Lord Crewe British Britishsecretary Thitishsecretary Britishsecretary
secretary of state and leader of the government forces fcrces in inthe inthe inthe
the House of Commons and the new newyiccroy viceroy Lord LordHardinge LordHardinge LordHardinge
Hardinge HardingeThe HardingeThe HardingeThe
The Use of the Botanic Gardens GardensVivid GardensVivid GardensVivid
Vivid description of the career car r of the nonagenarian nonagenariancaretaker nonagenariancaretaker nonagenathiicaretaker
caretaker of the government gardens who for over forty fortyyears fortyyears fortyyeais
years has divided his love between the flowers and nd his Irisoracle hisoracle hisoracle
oracle Bobbie Burns His friendship with leading men menand menand menand
and women of the country iS Those who go to toseek toseek toseek
seek rest among the flora of Uncle Sam SamLords SamLords SamLords
Lords Sound Their Own Death Knell KnellOne KnenOne KnellOne
One thing of the utmost importance which has been beenbrought beenbrought I
brought about by the recent Parliamentary election in Great GreatBritain GreatBrit1n I IBritain
Britain for which the House of Commons Commons had fought evqr evqrsince evtf evtfsince evtrsince
since the days of Bright BrightHthe the House of Lords has no right rightto rightI rightto
I to exist solely on the basis of hereditary right rightMutiny rightMutiny rightMutiny
Mutiny on the High Seas SeasThe SeasThe SeasThe
The recent events in the harbor 9f f Rio among < the Bra Brazilian Brazilian Erazilian ¬
zilian menowar meno war recall similar sin lar occurrences in inthe the navies of ofother ofother ofother
other nations There never was an open mutiny among amongUncle amongUncle amongUncle
Uncle Sams sailors sailorsThe sailorsThe sailorsThe
The Need of a Parcels Post PostThe PostThe PostThe
The bill for the establishment of the service in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country so often before Congress and andkits its present chance chanceof chanceof ciianceof
of success How the parcels post works in other lands and andespecially andespecially andespecially
especially what it does for f r Germany GermanyStory GennanyStory GermanyStory
Story of Christ the Artists Artists Model ModelRemarkable ModeiRemarkable ModelRemarkable
Remarkable likeness of the face and Ilead of an in insurance insurance insurance ¬
surance agent to those of the Redeemer and the sequel to tothe tothe tothe
the work which had the usual happy endng When they theywere theywere theywere
were married marriedThere marri marriedThere d drhere
There rhere are many more items of interest too numerous numerous in fact factto factto factto
to mention in detail Here ere is a short description of them themWOMENS themVO themWOM1NS
WOMENS VO NtS WORK AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS ACCOMPLISHMENTSTHE
A a
THE STORY OF Ol THE ORDERLY SERGEANT SERGEANTHYPNOTIZED SERG SERGEANTHYPNOPrZED 4i1T 4i1THYPNOTILED
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IMMIGRANT IMMIGRANTROOSEVELT IM IMMIGRANTROOSEVELT IIGRANT IIGRANTt IIGRANTROOSEVELT
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ROOSEVELT ON THE MINER AT HOME HOMETHE HOlffiTE HOMETH
THE TE MAN IAN FROM FROiH THE SEA SEASTORY STORY OF OUR NAVY NAVYPOSTAL NAVYPOSTAL NAVYPOSTAL
POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS IN 1 N OTHER OTHJ LANDS tLANDSrt LANDSPREPARING
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IS BAPTISMAL IMMERSION IMMERSIONNEClSSARY IMMERSIONNEClSSARYMSTJY NECESSARY NECESSARYM3SSTERY N1tCESSARYTERY
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We feel that our readers after perusing all we have prepared preparedfor preparedfor preparedfor
for their Sunday entertainment while taking their weekly rest in inthe inthe inthe
the midst of their families will agree with us that it is the best bestyet bestyet bestyet
yet But better intellectual treats are in store for them as we ye pro progress progress progress ¬
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