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THE WASHINGTON HERALD SATURDAY DECEMBER 31 311910 1910 5
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I S A TE E are showing a complete completestock stock of all the thelatest thelatest S
WE V V latest approved styles and many novelties noveltiesincluding noveltiesincluding noveltiesincluding G
including Full F uIl Dress Suits S s Tuxedo Suits Opera OperaHats OperaHats J u uHats S
Hats Full F uIl Dress Vests Full F uIl Dress Shirts Full FullDress FullDress FullDress
Dress Bows and Ties Full Dress Protectors or orShields orShields orShields
Shields Collars and Cuffs Cuff Links Shirt Studs Studsand Stu Stuand Studsand
and other accessories accessoriesTuxedo accessoriesTuxedo accessoriesTuxedo
Tuxedo and Full Dress Dr ss Suits 3250 and S35AJO S35AJOTuxedo 3500 3500Tuxedo f fTuxedo
Tuxedo and Full Dress Vests S250 250 to S600 S600Full 600 t j r rFull I IFull
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Fancy Vests 150 to 5500 5500Silk 500 500Silk 500Silk
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White Dress Gloves S150 150 5200 200 and 225 225Gray 225Gray S t tI S
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BITES FOR LEO FISHEI FISHEIFmieral FIS1IELFuneral FISEELFuneral
Funeral of Shooting Accident Victim Victimto VleUmto VIoflmto
to Be Held Tomorrow TomorrowFuneral Tomorrowunoral TomorrowFuneral
Funeral services ervtce for Leo Fishel Flsb twen twentyfive twenty twentyfivu ¬
tyfive ty ftVQ years old who died at t Emergency EmergencyHospital EmorgencyHoapital EmergencyHopitaI
Hospital from a wound accidentally in inflicted Inflicted Inflicted ¬
flicted with a revolver will 111 be held at atocloek
2 oclock tomorrow afternoon from the thefamily thtfamily thefamily
family home at 2614 Connecticut avenue avenuenorthwest avennenorthwost avenuenorthwot
northwest northwestFishel northwostFIshel northwotFishel
Fishel bad at one time been employed employedin
in the navy AV yard bat ho had resigned resignedthe r8il1snedt re1gnedibe
the t e position at the request of his hi fa father fRthere Catlier ¬
ther there Adolph Fishel a wellknown Soy Seventh Sovnth Soynth ¬
enth nth street merchant The yodng yo o ng man manwas manWu manwa
was wa alone in his home hom Thursday ThnnHla after afternoon anernoon afterTOO8 ¬
noon when he accidentally accldenmll discharged a arevolver arevoIvr i irevovnr
revolver which he wag wa loading loadingHe loadingHe i iHe
He died about twelve hours later An Aninquest Aninqu Anftiquct
inquest inqu t was held at the morgue yester yesterday Yeilterdaal4n1 yeterday ¬
day daal4n1 afUmaen n a coroners jury ury return returning r returnIng turn turnin ¬
ing in a verdict that Famel mot death by byaccidant byaccfdl
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One Encampment arid Two o Lodge LodgeName I40dgeICl1me LodgeName
Name l1me Officer for Year YearOne YearOne YearOne
One encampment and two subordinate subordinatelodges subordinatelOtI 3ubordlnatelodges
lodges lOtI of the I L O 0 F held their semi semiannual iemtannua emt emtannual ¬
annual annua elections of officers Wednesday Wednesdaynight W TednMdaynight dnday dndaynight
night which resulted re ultcd as a follows followsCotatnUa tallowColtunbia followCobwthia
CotatnUa Encampment t Na 1 IG8OrIe George W Heine Heineefci Heinedd homethfaf
efci thfaf f jMtrfcreh ntriarclt R A Ford tain IIID Jr warden D W WKeck WKeck W WKeel
Keck trim tna nrr WQItam WW Olia J Itepe high b e prtestj Irie prieat prieatFrank t tFruit
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recording lemrdln Eccretiry rr George S So Stewart St fiiMMaal fiiMMaalsecretary fttl neaaO1eeuutary UM Ul Ul3IIUCDi
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Josiali Gray George S Stewart George A Craw Crawford crawford Crawford ¬
ford 0 W V Wyatt W C lUfflburs I1mix J M Waite WaiteH WbittII
H N Roberts and David Gregory reprcsGotltivot reprcsGotltivotto raawentativeato tbe tbeto
to the Grand Ixxlgu IxxlguEastern IJOd IJOdEantem LodS
S Eastern Lodge Xa TJohn Schweitzer noble aebtogmadj B noblegrand bIe bIegrAnd
grAnd grand Thomaa J Krily Klllbm silni Tioe grand Samuel SamuelItcsra 8 muc1 rnuel1ta B Be5m
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cial al secretary William Vnlum J lUch treasurer t John I IBrown IUrmm 1hIrcera
Brown J L li E Crorarton Crom > ton J W v Scaiie C W H HBrown IIBrown LiRrrieu
Brown Frank A Loeffler S E Eo Bojoe Bo and WllHam WllHamJ WlIUamh
J h Rich representatiTes to the Grand GrandI Lodge LodgeFUN LodgeS
S FUN FOR GERMAN ORPHANS ORPHANSWith ORP1ANSWith ORPKANSWith
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With a good oldfashioned ioncd Christmas Christmascelebration Christmucelebration Chr1stmacelebration
celebration the children at the German GermanOrphan GermanOrphan rman rmanOrphnn
Orphan Asylum Ja lum Good Hope Hill Ana Anacoetia AnaI Anacoetla
I coetia will bo made happy tomorrow tomorrowAn tomorrowI tomorrowAn
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An Interesting Intere ting programme has ha been ar arranged arI arranged ¬
ranged for tho entertainment of tho or orphans orphans orphans ¬
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phans and their visitors Hon Simon SimonWolf SimonWolf SimonWolf
Wolf will make an address on the happi happiness hnppineal happlnons ¬
ness of the holiday season and tho sec secretary secrotary necrotary ¬
rotary William F Myers will act as asmaster unmaster 8 8master
master of ceremonies to distribute pres presents presents prosents ¬
ents The Th programme will begin at 3 3oclock 3i 3Jamen
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JameK Doves Funeral Monday MondaySolemn lUonda lUondaSolemn MondaySolemn
Solemn requiem mass will be celebrated celebratedat
at St St Peters Church Monday londllY morning at
980 oclock for James Dove fortyeight fortyeightyears COTteightrears fortyeightyears
years old a former grocer grocerof of the south southeast southeast southeast ¬
east section of this city cit who died sud suddenly suddenly enddenly ¬
denly Thursday night of heart trouble troubleMr troubleMr troubleMr
Mr Dove gave up the th grocery business businessrecently bu busInessrecently lne lnerecontly
recently and has been In the employ of ofa ofR ofa
a laundry He is survived snnive < J by one son sonHarry sonHarry sonHarry
Harry E Dove an employe of the Bu Bureau Bp Bprcou Buroan ¬
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Give Giv Pleasing Rendition of ofOld ofOld ofOltI
Old Italian Comedy ComedyAMATEuHS CODledyAMATEURS ComedyAMPiITJRS
AMATEURS HT NAME ONLY ONLYAotors ONLYJetor1I ONlYAetors
Aotors and Acre Actrennea etre ne llellu Give Perfect PerfectProduction PerfectProduetlon PerfectProduction
Production of The Fun and Over Overcome Ovelconle Overcome ¬
come Usual Betea Noire olr of the Non Nonprofessional Nonprofessional Nonprofessional
professional Players PlayeraFemale Female Holes HolesActed 1loleaActed HelenActed
Acted with Much Ease and Skill SkillBefore SkiUBeCore SkillBefore
Before a a large audience a majority of ofwhom ofwhom ofwhom
whom remembered the success scored by bythe bYthe bYthe
the Yale Y e Dramatic Association in ULon ULondon Lon London Loudon ¬
don Assurance last season the repro representatives reproscntntlvlS reprosentatives ¬
sentatives of the sanG university gave gavea
a a delightful and pleasing rendition of ofarlo ofCarlo
Carlo arlo Goldonls old Italian comedy cot edy II IIj 11Vcntaglio IiVentaglio5
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As in the better known piece played playedby playedby playedby
by the same dramatic club here last lastyear lftftear lastyear
year ear the audience dience had no fault to find findwith findwith findwith
with the actors the actresses their theirwork theIrwork theirwork
work the costumes co tum68 or the stage settings settingsEach settin settingsEach a aEach
Each was wellnigh perfect of its kind kindand kindand kindand
and it is seldom that Washington audi audiences nudiencea audiences ¬
ences get the opportunity to see so de delightful deUghltl doltghtfl ¬
lightful a e little comedy so well acted by byamateurs b bamateurs byamateurs
amateurs
Amateur muteur In Name 1me Only OnlyBut Onl OnlBut OnlyBut
But these young oung men are amateurs in inname Inname inname
name only jThey They are professionally professionallythat protcssionallytraIned profeenlonallytralned
traIned and l to thl th eye at the casual casualoL casualobserver
oL observer rver the their r work fs as finished as asthat aithat
that of 5reai real actors ctora This was particu particularly particularly particul2riy ¬ I
larly noticeable yesterday 3 torday In their en entrances en entrances ontrunees ¬
trances and exits its the usual betes noirs noirsof noirsor noireof
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of the amateur They were were timed to ttie ttiesecond uias thasecond
second s ond and not one dragged Indeed Indeedthe Indeedthe Indeedthe
the entire production went off with a asnap aIInap asnap
snap and tiIl vim that augured well for the theyoung thetung theyoung
young men should they ever oare < are to take takeup tai takup taiup
up thff stage as a life work workAs workAs workAs
As isusual usual with a college production productiontho
tho interest intcr t of the audience centered centeredprincipally centeredprincipally centeredprincipally
principally on the female parts MIl an1it MIlit anlit
it was with gasps gfiSpsfirst first of astonishment astonishmentand astonishmentand astonishmentand
and then of pleasure pleasurethat that they greeted greetedthe greetcdthe greetedthe
the entrances of C V Hickox jr and andR andR andIt
R F < King in tho roles of Gertrude a awidow awidow awidow
widow and her niece Candida respec respectively rtospecI reapoctivoly ¬
tively Uel The makeup make up costuming car carriage carriage carriage ¬
riage and general appearance of these theseyoung thcalooun thoseyoung
I young oun men was truly remarkable and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their gowns in the last act far sue surpassed SUIpassed suepassed ¬
passed any apy 11Y ever seen in a college pro production proucLon production ¬
duction ucLon in this city cityAccording cityAccording cityAccording
According to the programme Mr King Kingto Ing Ingto ng ngto
to whom was intrusted the leading role roleis roleIs roleIs
is only a freshman It IK to be hoped hopedfor hopedfor hopedfor
for the sake of those who care for or col college coll colloge ¬
loge l e theatricals that he will continue continueenacting conUnuoenacting continueenacting
enacting the female parts in the fu future fnturo Cuthre ¬
ture productions for by the time be bereaches llereochcs hereaches
reaches the senior class his work should shouldbe SbO should shouldbe ld ldbe
be phenomenal phenomenalThe phenomenalTho 1 1The >
The two other feminine roles those of ofa orft
a ft young peasant girl an and nd that of an old oldwoman oldWom3n oldwoman
woman were intrusted to A M Hart Hartwell Haxtwell Hartwell
well and aut J T E Brown each of whom whomdid whomdid whomdid
did his work in a manner which com compared comPlrOO cornpared ¬
pared favorably with that of the th other othertwo othertwo otiiortwo
two women womenHonors womenlIonor womenhonors
Honors to Wooley WooleyThe WoolcyThe VooleyThe
The honors among the male con contingent contingent contlngent ¬
tingent were carried off of by E M MWooley MWooley MWooloy
Wooley president pr ldent of the association and andW andW andW
W C Bullitt jr as respectively the theCount thoCount theCount
Count Rocco Marina and the shoemaker shoemakerCrcsplna shoemakerCrcsplna shoemakerCreeping
Crcsplna who is in love with Giannlna Giannlnathe Giannlnathe Gianninathe
the belle of the village Others in ir the thelarge thelargc thelarge
large cast whose work is deserving deIering of ofparticular ofparticulnr ofparticular
particular praise were w rc H T Gumming Cummin Cumminin
In the character role roo of the village drug druggist druggist druggist ¬
gist William DeF Manice as Evaristo Evaristoand ERristoand Everistoand
and R A Conroy Conro as the Baron dol dolCedro dolCOOro dclCedro
Cedro CedroThe COOroThe CedroThe
The single stage setting for the comedy comedywas comedywas comedywas
was entirely adequate while the cos costuming costuming COCturning ¬
tuming rivaled In richness that of many manyan manyan manyan
an elaborate professional company companyMrs compan companJlrs companyMrs
Mrs Tnft Attends AttendsMrs Attend5Irs AttendsMrs
Mrs Irs Taft accoriiiarled by the party of ofyoung otoung ofyoung
young oung people spending the week at the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White House attended the perform performance performance performance ¬
ance Mrs Leiter also entertained a abox abox abox
box party having as 11 < her guests Miss MissLouise MISSLouise MissLouise
Louise Munn and her fiance Regi Reginald Reginnd Reginald ¬
nald Boardman Miss Dorothy Williams Williamsand Williamsand VIIUatnland
and Mr and Mrs Joseph T Leiter LeithrMr LeiterMr LeIterMr
Mr and Mrs Mrp Joseph T T Thropp enter entertained entertainod entertamed ¬
tamed a company of young young people peope In Including Ineluding Including ¬
cluding Miss Dorothy Gardner Gardn r Williams
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Miss Gertrude Greely Miss Mi Louise Loul e Hel
len Miss MIS Ih Elsie Downing Miss Doris Hay Haywood Ha Hawood Haywood
wood Miss Mi Ruth Pilling Mr John W
Davidge Mr Adolphus Greely Mr
Gouverneur Hoes H I Joes es Mr William father FlathcrJr fatherjt
Jr jt 3 Mr John Homphlll and their sons sonsDouglas sonsDou stnsDouglas
Douglas Dou lu and 00 Scott Thropp Throwh
Mr h T Lawrason Rlggs who graduated
from Yale last spring was u host ho t at lunch luncheon luncheon luncheon ¬
eon for the club preceding the play and andafterward anddterward anditfterwnrd
afterward Mrs Huntington Uuntin ton Wilson wife wifeof wifeof wIfeof
of t tIie e Assistant Secretary of State en entertained ontertaJned entertained ¬
tertained at a tea for the boys boysENSIGN 0021ENSIGN heyENSIGN
ENSIGN TO TAKE BRIDE BBEDELemuel BRIDELemuel BRIDELemu
Lemu Lemuel 1 P Stevens Will 111 Veil n Phil Philadvlphla Philaddphla Philadeiphia
advlphla Girl GirlSpetiil GirlI GirlSpecial
Special I if k The TI > > e WMttNKUM W UsnM UsnMAnaapolis Hnrah4Annapolia
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Anaapolis Anna Oli8 Md Dec ML 3OA A coming wed wedding woodinS wedding ¬
ding of intwetf Inter In Annapolis as well as asto IIIto neto
to naval a8l circles is 1 that of Miss Blanche BlancheRossiter BlancheRoalter BlancheRoaniter
Rossiter Thompson daughter of Mr MrHarry MrHarry Ir IrHarry
Harry Thompson Thomp on a Philadelphia banker bankerand bankerand bankerand
and Ensign Lemuel P Stevens United UnitedStates UnitedStatOi UnitedStatan
States navy navyInvitations DavYInlnUona navyInvitations
Invitations to tho wadding were ro received roceh6d rochod ¬
ceived in Annapolis today It will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place at Christ Episcopal Epl e pal Church Ger Germantown Germantown Geemantown
mantown Pa PL P on January 4 4Mr 4Mr 4Mr
Mr Thompson is well known in An Annapolis Annapolis Annapolle ¬
napolis having havln frequently visited + the thefamily thetamll thefamily
family tamll of her uncle former Mayor Sam Samuel Samuel Sarauel ¬
uel Jones Ensign Stevens graduated graduatedfrom graduatedfrom graduatedfiom
from the Naval N vaJ Academy with the tle class classof cl11aot elan elanof
of 07 He was appointed to the navy na nafrom
from Alabama his hi native State StateBALDWIN StateBALDWIN StateBALDWIN
BALDWIN COTTAGE DEDICATED DEDICATEDVaxliinKtonla23 DEDICATEDlUIblngton DEDICATEDVashe
VaxliinKtonla23 Vashe lUIblngton ingtoirirtnu Attend Mt end Exercises at atNational atNutlonnl atNational
National Junior Republic RepublicJuliet Uepu1JlleJuliet RepublicJuliet
Juliet C Baldwin Memorial Cottage Cottagewas Cottagew CottageWItS
was w J dedicated at t the National Junior Re Republic Republic Republic ¬
public Annapolis Junction Md yester yesterday yesterday yosterday ¬
day afternoon A large party of Wash Washingtonians WashIngtonhLns Washlngtonlan
ingtonians were w Ce present presentSpeeches presentSpeeches presentSpeeches
Speeches were made by several S Veral of those thoseconnected thoseconnected
connected with the school and an effort effortwas otrortWI effortan
was WI made to show tho nftyedd eiti citizon oltizues
zon zues of the republic that Washington Washinrtonis
IH i thoroughly Interested in their welfare welfareJohn welfareJohn welfareJohn
John L I Newbold of this city is presi president praaldent prealdent ¬
dent of the organization organizationTo
To Hold Series of Rallies RalliesThe RallleThe RahllcTh
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of Washington has completed a pro programme Prtgrammo programm ¬
gramme of missionary miss Lonal1 rallies to be begiven begiven begiven
given on the second Sunday after Epiph Epiphany Eplphnn Epiphany ¬
any nn as follows SL St Johns Georgetown
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IN THE SOCIAL WORLD WORLDjJ tORLDilr
JUr jJ 1 and Mrs Ohailefc Cla ileB P P1aft P1aftArrive Taft TaffcArrive TaftArrive
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DANCE AT TEE WHITE HOUSE HOUSEMost ROUSEfost HOUSEMost
Most fost Interesting Function of the tlicSeason theSenson theSeason
Season Draws Society Soolct SocIetyGerman SocIetyGermanAmbassador German GermanAmbassador GermanAmbn
I Inernlltorff
Ambassador Ambn sac10r and Countess von vonIJcrnutorff vonHernatorfi on
IJcrnutorff Entcrtnin Entertnlnnt nt Luncheon LuncheonSenator IuncJlconSennt LuncheonSenatOr
Senator Sennt r and Mr lUrl Burrows urrowH hosts HostaMr lIustsMr hostsMr
Mr and Mrs Charlw CharI P Taft and andtliolr andthelr andtheir
their laughter MUw lIt Ilss Louise LoW Taft and andMteff andM andMiss
Miss M Amory of Boston arrived at the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White House yesterday to Join the house houseparty hOIJtleptlrty houseparty
party being beln entertained there The Thf other otherare OOlorsare othersare
are Miss Harriet Anderson niece of Mrs MrsTa Mrsraft tlraJIott
raft Ta t Mr Ewen of Chicago and Mr MrFrench MrFronch MrFrench
French and Mr Phlibln of Now York YorkThe YarkThe YerkThe
The most interesting function of thte thteseason thlllsenson thinseason
season so far was the dance given Jut Jutevening last lastevening lastevening
evening at tho White House by b Mrs MrsTaft MrsTaft MrsTaft
Taft for her daughter Miss M Taft a abud abud abud
bud of thin season The historic old oldmansion oldmanllon aidmanelon
mansion never looked more beautiful beautifulthan boouutulthan beautifulthan
than with its simple decorations of boo bouquets botlquets booquote ¬
quets of roses in the various parlors parlorsforming ptUlorltonnlng parlorsforming
forming a dignified dlKI Ued setting for the ZOO 200guests ZOOguests o oguosts
guests An arrangement new to those thosefamiliar thoieCamlliar thosefamiliar
familiar with White House functions was wasinaugurated wasInauguratod wasInaugurated
inaugurated last la t evening efenln the Marine MarineBand MarineBand MarineBand
Band being placed in a builtout band bandroom bandroom bandroom
room from the oust ast window of the East BastRoom EQltRoom EastRoom
Room over the now wins on on that side sideof aideor sideof
of the house The dancing was done donein donein doneIn
in the East Room where the floor is isperfect iaperfectand isprfect
perfect perfectand and the th music mu c of the Marine MarineBand MarlneBand MarIncBand
Band wag quit quite in keeping with it itMia ItM itMts
Mia M Taft wore a gown of pink satin satinchiffon saUnchitton satinchiffon
chiffon with trimmings of lace lac and em embroidery embroidery embroidery ¬
broidery and Miss MI Taft who stood be beside besldo beside ¬
side her mother was in pale blue chiC chiffon ehlfton chiCon ¬
ton on cloth ovor pale blue satin Un trimmed trimmedwith trimmedlth trimmedwith
with lth garlands of tiny pink rosebuds rosebudsThe 1OiebudlThe rosebudsThe
The guests guostswore vwore asked for If 1 oclock oclockand ocIoekand oclockand
and general dancing was the order with withno withno withno
no cotillion A buffet supper was served servedat aervedat servedat
at midnight n dnlght in the state diningroom diningroomAmong dlalngrooIDAmong diningroomAmong
Among the guests were th the Vice PMs President Pr PrIdent PMsblent ¬
ident and an Mrs Sherman Sbcri an and their sons sonsMr nounMr WI WII
Mr Richard and Mr Sberrlll Sherman Shermanand Sbennenand Shennanand
I and their wives and Mr and Mrs Brew Brewer Brewer BrewCr ¬
er all of Utica Mr Hugh Hu Knox and his hiscousin hiscoWlin hiscousin
cousin Miss Heater Singer SlB < < er of PILLs Plu Pluburg PILLsburg j jburg
burg son i D and niece of the theSecreUil > Secretary of ofState otState ofState
State the Secretary of the Navy and andMrs andlI8 andtrs
Mrs trs Meyer the Misses Ju Meyer aad their theirhouse thEIIhoulo theirhounci
house guests Mim Mla u Eliae Eli Ames Miss MissLillian MissLilhiane I ILillian
Lillian Sears both of Boston Mr Cut Cutler Cutler CutIcr ¬
ler Mr Jacques Jac aue and Mr Harding of ofBoston o oBoa ofBoston
Boston Boa ton and Mr Cutting aad Mr Beali Bealiof BeaIIor Beaflof
of New York the Attorney General and andMr aDdMr andirrs
Mr irrs Wlckersham and ad their soninlaw soninlawand IIOnlnlawand iouInlawand
and daughter Mr and Mrs JIll Albert Akin Akinthe Akinthe Akinthe
the Secretary of the Treasury TrMlJUl and Mrs MrsMaeVeaga MrsMseVeagh Irs IrsMaeV
MaeVeaga MaeV h and nd their heir son Mr 1 Eames EamesMaeVeagh EamesMarVeagti EamesMacveagh
MaeVeagh and their house hOUie guest t Mrs MrsWirt MrsWirt Ira IraW1rt
Wirt Dexter Postmaster General Hitch Hitchcock Hllcbcock Hitchcock ¬
cock the Secretary of tb the Interior and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Balliager the Secretary of Com Commerce CommoTte Corninorce ¬
merce and Labor and Mrs Mr Nagel NR < < Miss MissHildegarde JiU JiUHlldepcde MIS MISHildegarde
Hildegarde Nagel Na el and Mr Mrs fl1l Nagels Nagelsnieces Nqlsneca Nagersnieces
nieces neca and house hou e guests the Misses MissesShepley lU MissesShepley s sShepter
Shepley of C Boston the Secretary of Ag Agriculture Agriculture Agrieniture ¬
riculture and his son Mr Jasper Wilson WilsonMiss WilsonlIs WilsonMiss
Miss lIs PKhel Roosevelt R ell the White House Housedebutante HouMdebutante Housedebutante
debutante of two years ears ago iO and id her herbrother herbrother
brother Mr KaqaU Roosevelt Roo velt who are arej areguests I
j guests ts of their brotherinlaw and sister sisterRepresentative I sisterRepremntattye tor torRIJrOHntatty
I Representative and Mr Mrs Longwortb LongwortbMra LongworthMrs ortR ortRMrs
Mrs ChrIs Emory Smith and her herniece hcrnltee herniece
niece Miss lU Sullivan ulUvan Countess Count Alexandra Alexandravon Alexandrayon
von Bernstorff daughter dau ter of the German GermanAmbassador GermanAmba GermanAmbassador
Ambassador Amba ador Donna Beatrice Cuaanl CuaanlConfatonieri Cu CusaniConfalonieri anl anlContaJonleri
Confatonieri daughter of the Italian ItalianAmbassador ItabanAmbuMdor ItalnanAinbeseador
Ambassador many of the bachelors of ofthe ottile ofthe
the diplomatic corps and the young mar married married maxned ¬
ried people of the theme same circle Mrs MrsTowiwwnd ra raTownMnd r rTownsend
Townsend Mrs Ira Letter Mr Jr and Mrs MrsJoseph MrsJoeph MrsJoseph
Joseph Letter Miss j Dorothy Williams WilliamsMiss WlUiamtlM WilliamsMiss
Miss M I Yvonne Townsend Miss Dorothy DorothyGardner Doroth DorothOardur DorothyGardner
Gardner Williams Mr and Mrs William WilliamWallace WilliamWallace WilliamWallace
Wallace Meln Miss Hinckley Miss I Q1 Brit Britton Britton Britton
ton Lieut Aleshirc Miss Krogstad Miss MissWhiting AI AIbitt MineWhiting
Whiting bitt Miss Harrison Miss Mary Mc McCauley McCauley McOauley
Cauley Miss Ruth Pilling Miss Harper HarperMiss Harpermu HarperMiss
Miss Grade Miss Aldrich Miss Heath HeathMiss HeathMia HeathMiss
Miss Mia Collins Miss Ua8 Jennings Miss 1U John Johnston Johnaton Johnston ¬
ston Miss M 16 Glover Miss Katherine Brown BrownMr BrowRMr BrownMr
Mr Aubert and Mr Morgenstierne Baron BaronHardenbroek BaronHudonbroek BaronHardonbroek
Hardenbroek Count Pourtales Mr and andMrs aDdMrs andMrs
Mrs Boris de Struve Mr Centaro Mr C CC CC CC
C Glover Jr Mr Thomas Hinckley Miss MissDoris MineDoris 118 118DorI6
Doris Haywood the Misses Aleshire Aleshlrethe Aleshirethe Aleshirethe
the Misses Mia e8 Southerland Miss Mis Munn MunnMr MunnMr MeansMr
Mr Boardman and Lieut and Mrs MrsCharles MrsCb8r MrsCharLes
Charles Cb8r Russell Train Miss Evelyn EvelynChew EvelynChew EvelynChew
Chew Miss MIS Maria Calvo Miss Olga OlgaRoosevelt OlgaR OlgaRoosevelt
Roosevelt R OHvelt Miss Hammond H llUDoncl Miss May MayHammond MayHammond MayHammond
Hammond Miss Mary Hoyle niece of ofMrs oflIra ofMrs
Mrs John Hays Hammond the Misses MissesGreely M18 MissesGrosly eS eSGreel
Greely Greel Miss MI a Frances Webster Web ter the theMisses theMtase theMisses
Misses Garrard Miss 111 Marguerite Bar Barbour Barbour Barhour
bour Miss Mi Louise Hellen Mr and I nd Mrs MrsHorace MraHoraee MrsHorace
Horace Westeott Miss Alice Boutell BoutellMiss BoutellU BouteliMiss
Miss U Alice Wright Ueut and Mrs U US US US
S Grant third Mr J B Henderson jr jrMrs jrlIra JrMrs
Mrs McClintock Mrs Thomas T Gaff GaffMr OatrMr GaffMr
Mr John Foster Dulles Miss MI Margaret MargaretDulltt MargaretDulke rft rftDull
Dulltt Dull Mrs Mr Frank l nk Elite DI Lieut Pratt PrattCapL PTattCapt PrattCapt
Capt Johnson John on Mr Ir Gist Blair Capt CaptButt CaPlButt CpButt
Butt Miss MI Nellie Patten Miss Ix Lout LoulCromwell > ulse ulseCromwell e eCromwell
Cromwell Miss Ruth Wynne Mr Mr Algara Algaraof Alpraat Algaraof
of the Mexican Embassy staff the As Assistant AJsl Assistant ¬
sistant sl int Secretary of State and Mrs MrsHuntingdon MrsHuntington MrsHuntington
Huntington Wilson and then house houseguests hoWegUNts houseguests
guests Miss Uss Cook and ad Miss Frances FrancesCook FrancesCook
Cook of Baltimore BalUlft re tho Assistant Secre Secretary Seer Seertary Secretary ¬ I
tary of the Navy and Mrs ra rL Beekman
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Winthrop the Assistant Secretary of otStato ofStato i iState
Stato and Mrs Mr Chandler Hale tine As Assistant Assistant AsIIlstant ¬
sistant Secretary of Commerce and ant La Labor Labor Labor ¬
bor Mr Benjamin D I Cable and the theTreasurer thQTreasuror theTreasurer
Treasurer of f the he United States Stat 1 Mr Lee LeeThe Le LeiMcClfJpS LeofeCUepg
iMcClfJpS iMcClfJpSTl10Grfuan feCUepg S
The Tl10Grfuan TheoCran Gsrnjan Ambassador AmljaSfMdtl and Countess Countessvon CountefisOn Countessvon
von On BcrnBtprff emltortt entertained entertalnod at luncheon luncheonyesterday luncheon1OMterdl1y luncheonyonterdity
yesterday for tor or Count and Countess Zep Zeppelin ZeppeUn Zeppalm ¬
pelin palm of Stuttgart Germany who are arethe arclhe arethe
the house guests gtJe ts of OV < and Mrs Gil Gillesplo Gnlesplo Gillesplo
lesplo Gen and Mrs IIS Gillespie enter entertained entert entertamed ¬
tamed t tncd a dinner dlnn r company of twelve for forthem forthem forthem
them last evening lvenI n Count Zeppelin is a acousin aconsin acousin
cousin of the famous aviator aviat an4 is ischamberlain Ischamberlnln iiichamberlain
chamberlain to tho King of Wurttem Wurttemberg Wurttemberg Vurttemberg
berg and andmakfa makes his hl home at Stuttgart StuttgartIlia StuttgartHIB StuttgartHis
His wife was formerly Miss U Wilkins likin of ofDotroit oCDotrolt ofDetroit
Detroit Mich MichSenator MichSenator I ISennJor
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Senator SennJor and Mrs Burrows entertained entertaineda j ja Ia
a company at dinner last evening having havinga j jag
ag a their guests of honor the Japanese JapaneseAmbassador Japanesesmb8Slindor JupaneueAmbassador
Ambassador and Baronoss Uchlda The Theothers Theothers I Iothors
others wore Senator Wetmore Wetmore Gen and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Merriam Gen Crozier rozier Mrs Holly Hollyday Hol1yny Hollyday I
day ny wife of Rear Admiral Hollyday HollydayRev HolJydayRov HollydayRev
Rev and Mrs Charles Wood Mrs Ezra EzraKoons EzraKeen i iKoonll
Keen Mrs Bingley R Pales of De Detroit Detroit Dctiott ¬
troit niece1 niece1of niece nieceof I of the hostess and Mr and andMrs andMIL andMrs
Mrs William E Curtis CurtisMr CurUsMr CurtisMr
Mr Justice and nd Mrs Lurton gave their theirfirst theirf1l8t theIrfirst
first large function in Washington last lastevening lasteening lastevening
evening in their new home In I street streetwhich streetwhich streetwhich
which was in the nature of a house housewarming housewarming housewarming
warming as well as an official reception receptionto
to the members mem rs of the Supreme Court Courtcircle CourtIrcle Courtcircle
circle Ircle Assisting Mrs Lurton were her herdaughter herdaughter herdaughter
daughter Mrs Horace Vandeventer and andMr andMr andMr
Mr and Mrs Horace Lurton Among Amongthe Amongthe Amongthe
the guests wore the Chief Justice and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs White the members of the Su Supreme Supreme Supreme ¬
preme Court and their families the mem members members rnernbers ¬
bers of the District judiciary and their theirfamilies theirfarolUas theirfamilies
families and many of the old resident residentseta residenteLi residentsets
seta eLi and other officials Many Inny of these theseguests th theseguests c cguests
guests went on from there to the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse Whiteliouse
House for the dance danceThe danceThe danceThe
The many man friends of Mr Henri Martin Martinare Martinare Martinare
are delighted to learn that he has not notbeen notb notbeen
been b en succeeded by any one as asfirst asftrat asfirst
first secretary of the Swiss Legation LegationHerr LegationHerr LegatlonhIorr
Herr Friedrlch Luethy Lueth of Berne has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been appointed chancellor to succeed the thelate theJate thelate
late Herr Sahli who died here suddenly suddenlyin suddenl suddenlIn
in the early fall after a long service serviceMrs serviceMra serviceMrs
Mrs Huntington Wilson wife of the theAssistant theAmitstant theAssistant
Assistant Secretary of State entertained entertainedat
at a tea for the Yale Dramatic Associa Association Association Assoelation ¬
tion yoateftfay yo yosa ter1fa afternoon following their theirperformance theirperformance theirperformance
performance at the Columbia Assisting Assistinghor Assistingher AssIstingbar
her wore her relatives Miss Cook and andMiss andMt andMiss
Miss Mt Frances llran s Cook of Baltimore her herhouse herhOMe herhouse
house guests Mr lr Benjamin D Cable CableAssistant Cabletant CableAssistant
Assistant tant Secretary Secro il1 of Commerce and La Labor Labor Laher ¬
bor and Mr Lee McClung Treasurer of ofthe oftho ofthe
the United States recently elected presi president president president ¬
dent of the Yale Alumni AlumnI of this city cityThe cityI cityThe
I The receiving rooe1vlD party part went to the theater theaterafterward theaterafterward theaterafterward
afterward and then to the White House Housedance HouseI Housedance
I dance danceevening danceIII danceMiss
III Miss Em9fY Em iry entertained 2t a dance last Instpventng lastevening
evening in Ii the old Emery home some in I Istreet Istreet
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street in honor of her niece Miss U Hazel HazelI HazelCox hazelCox
I Cox daughter dau bter of Mr W V Cox who whomade whomade I Imado
made hor debut on Christmas Christ Eve The Theguests Theguests I IJlU
guests JlU 8t included a large company of the thebuds thebed
buds bed of this season and Iln their college collegefriends collegefriends collegefriends I
friends A Amldnlsht midnight supper was served servedThe servooThe servedThe
The Vice President Pro ldent and Mrs lnL Sherman Shermanreturned Shennanreturned Shermanreturned
returned to Washington Wihngton yesterday from fromUtiea tromUUea fromUtica
Utica UUea where they spent the Christmas Christmasholidays Christmasholidays Christmasholidays
holidays and were accompanied upon upontheir upontheir upontheir
their return by thejr tlu three sons and their theirwives theirwiveL theirwives
wives They will be the guests of honor honorat honorat honorat
at a II dinner this evening given by CoL CoLand CoLand C0Land
and Mrs Thomas W Symons SymonsThe Smon SmonThe SyinonsThe
The Chief Justice and Mrs White will willhold willhold ilI ilII
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hold a New Year reception Monday Mondays Jan January Januar Jannary ¬
nary uar 2 from from S to 6 oclock at their home
1717 Rhode Island avenue They Th y will be beassisted bealilted beassisted
assisted by 1 the wivdfc wh wlvr of all the Supreme SupremeCourt SupromeCourt SupremeCourt
Court Justices JusticesMiss jultieeLIiS Justices311e5
Miss IiS Ethel tho1 Roosevelt Rooseveltand and Kermit Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt RooseveiL ¬
velt have arrived In Washington to be bethe bethe bethe
the guests of their brotherinlaw and sis sister sister sister ¬
ter Representative Ropr ent8tive and Mrs Longworth LongworthThey LongworthThe LongworthThey
They The attended att ndOd the dance which the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President and Mrs Taft gave last even evening everting ovenlag ¬
ing at the White House for or the house houseparty hou5eprty houseparty
party of young oung people they are enter entertaining entertaining entertaming ¬
taining over the holidays holidaysMiss holidaysMiss holidaysMiss
Miss Iris Masters Masterswas was hostess hoste at a aluncheon aluncheon aluncheon
luncheon yesterday at Rauschers when whencovars whenOO8l1i whencovers
covers were laid for fourteen The tables tableswere tablesw tableswere
were w re adorned with centerpieces of o pink pinkwith rtlnkwith 1lnk
with pinkshaded candelabra ndelabrs and there therewere tberewere therewere
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were corsage bouquets of pink sweet weet peas peasfor peasfor peasfor
for each guest Mrs S J Masters mother motherof motherof motherof
of the hostess hoat6 S and Mrs 118 M B Mercer Mercerchaperoned Mercerchaperoned
chaperoned eb8J < < oned the party which included Miss MissHelen MitsHelen MissHelen
Helen Buchanan and Miss Cellie elUe Good Goodrich Goodneh Goodrich ¬
rich of o Philadelphia house guests gue ts of the thehostess theboatea thehostess
hostess Miss Elise Browning and her herbouse herbouse herhouse
bouse guest Miss M Doughty of New York YorkMiss YorkMiss YorkMIsS
Miss Helen Hel n Hendrick Miss Mildred Ba Bacon Bacon Baeon ¬
con Miss Hazel Cox and her house guest guestMiss SULStlU guestMit
Miss lU Blodgett Miss lIs8 Marion true rue Miss MissDorothy MIssDorothy MissDorothy
Dorothy Smallwood SmaUwO d Miss Marie Ray Miss MissEleanor MissEleanor MissEleanor
Eleanor Murray Miss Lucy Laueh Lau h Miss MissFrances MissFrances MissFrances
Frances Edmonston Miss Harriet ix ixthrop 10throp isothrop >
throp Miss Sue Courts Miss 1H Maude Simp Simpson Slmp1iOfJ Situpion ¬
son Miss Pearl Costinett Miss Margue Marguerite Marguerite Marguerite ¬
rite Wellor and Miss Edith Gracie GracieMr GracieMr OracleMr
Mr and Mrs W V L Drake and Miss MissHelen Misslichen lIss lIssHelen
Helen Drake of Providence R I have havebeen haveI havebeen havebeen
been visiting Mrs I Richard Kingsman dur during durI durlug ¬
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lug tn the holiday hoUda season They expect pect to toleave toleave toleave
I leave today to da and will be the guests uesls of offriends offrffndin offrienda
friends frffndin in Baltimore and Philadelphia be before bgCore before ¬
fore returning home homeMrs 11omeMrs borneMrs
Mrs Myer Cohen entertained at a tea teayesterday teaYe8terday teayesterday
yesterday from 5 to 7 oclock In honor of ofMrs ofMIL ofMrs
Mrs Frederick Gotthold The decorations decorationsconsisted decorationcomdsted decorationsconsisted
consisted of red poinsettia blossoms and andholly 3I1l1holly antiholly
holly Mrs Cohen wore gray satin trim trimmod tr1mIJMId trimmed
mod with iridescent beads and Mrs CoLt Gottbold Oottbold CoLtbold
bold wore black net over rod satin Pre Presiding Presdtng Prcsiding ¬
siding at the tea tablo were Mrs Ward WardBrown WardBrown WardBrown
Brown who served frappe rappe and Mrs MrsWalter MrsWaltr MrsWalter
Walter Izard who served chocolate chocolateOthers chocolateOUtcrs chocolateOthers
Others who assisted were Miss Winifred WinifredAmbrose WJnlfredtnbro VintfredAtnbroe
Ambrose Atnbroe tnbro e Miss Nancy Nane Jones Miss Alice AliceWright AUwWrIGht AliceWrIght
Wright Miss Mi s Mary 11ar Radford Miss Cor Cornelia Cornelia Cornehia ¬
nelia Ellis granddaughter of President PresidentTyler PresidentTler PresidentTyler
Tyler Miss Ruth Cohen and Mrs Mann MannMiss Mannq Mann31In
Miss q Alice Wright Huako was hostess hostessat hos1easat hostansat
at a tea yesterday afternoon from 4 to 7 7oclock 7oclock 7oclock
oclock in honor IJon r of Miss Mildred Truitt TruittThe TruittThe TruittThe
The house was beautifully booutifull decorated with withSouthern withSouUlcrn withSouthern
Southern smilax and poinsettia blossoms blossomsjuiss blQ blosomsLuISS soms somsDdSS
juiss Dorothy Basil Miss Mary Parker ParkerMiss ParkerMISII ParkerMiss
Miss Judith Berkley B lkler Miss lU s Maudo Par Parkor Parkor Parkor
kor Miss Marjorie Moore Miss Dorothy DorothyCampbell DorolhyCampbeJl DorothyCampbell
Campbell Mists Elsie Meade Miss Alice AliceIlusko AliceHuska AliceItusko
Ilusko and Mrs 1r8 Husko assisted in re receiving rccfIlng ccceiving ¬
ceiving The hostess was gowned in inwhite Inwbile Iiiwhite
white satin s satierdraped llin draped with coral chiffon chiffonMiss chitronMI5 chiffonMiss
MI5 Miss Truitt wore pale green satin draped drapedwith draptt1t11 drapedwith
with 1t11 embroidered chiffon An informal informalsupper Informalsupper I
supper was served after the too for the thereceiving thereeelving thereceiving
receiving party and a few other guests guestsMr gucstliMr guestsMr
Mr and Mrs Perry Belmont nave vis visiting visiting vielUng ¬
iting them for a few days da Mrs Belmonts Belmontssister Belmontsslitor BeImontssistor
sister Mrs Lynch who will sail for her herhome herhomo herhome
home in Paris next week weekMarchese weokMarchese weekMarchese
Marchese Marchesecounselor Negrotto counselor of the theItalian theItalian he heltaHan
Italian Embassy is observing a period of ofmourning otmournIng ofmourning
mourning and has canceled all his social socialengagements BocialenS8g socialengagements
engagements enS8g monts on account of the death of offather o oIds oIris
Ids father faherin fathor In Genoa Tuesday TuesdayMr TuesdayMr TuesdayMr
Mr and Mrs William Barret Ridgely Ridgelywre Ridgelywera Ridgelywere
were hosts at a large tea yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon
noon at 5 oclock at their new residence residence100sQ residence1Os
1SOS 100sQ Q street In celebration of the fifth fitthannhorsary fifthanniversary
anniversary of oftlnetr then wedding Mrs Deer Deer DeerIns Dccrlag
Ins presided at the tea table for her herdaughter herdtmghter herdaughter
daughter and an was assisted by Mrs MrsCharles l1rsCharl MrsCharles
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late and Mrs Stiison Hutchins who whoserved whoserved whoserved
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