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THE WASHINGTON HERAIiD. SUNDAY. JANUARY U, 1912.
Continued from Pise Two.
uary IS. -when papers will be read by
lime, de MeHner and Miss Nourae on
"Colonial possessions or Holland." ana
"Dutch tapestries and ceramics." Cur
rent topics will be discussed by Miss
Lockwood and , Mrs. Magruder.
Mrs. Matthes. who Is at home on
Thursdays in January, was assisted this
week by her mother, Mrs. Coyle.
Mrs. Ames Burr .Castleman will be at
home on the 3th and 15th of February.
Mrs. Felland's daughter. Mrs. Hlggln
son. left Thursday morning for her home
During Mr. and Mrs. John Hanna's ab
sence to Panama. Mrs. Hanna's sister.
Mrs. Baldwin, will remain at the Hanna
residence. In Q street.
Th rtiimhsrtr.,. mur. -will hold Its next
regular club member dance on Tuesday
The next Georgetown assembly will be
held on Monday, January .
in Uimrat Drawn and Miss Anne
Brown have returned from their visit to
Mrs. Roberts, of Alexandria.
Miss Mary Mann left for Powhatan
rnlUti.. Charlestown. W Ya., last week
after the Christmas holidays.
One of the most Interesting weddings
of the season will taice place on -iu-.!
n!nr. January 16. at 8 o clock, at
rhrlst Church, when Miss Martha Wag-
gaman Brawner ana Air. iwipn in
ward Daniels will be united in marriage.
The bride will be attended by her sister.
Miss Jollanna Brawner. as maid of
honor, the bridesmaids will be Miss
Josephine Waggaman. Miss Christine Fox.
Mlts Josephine Alexsnder, Miss Jean
Washburn, and Miss Christine Wagga
man. The bridegroom will have as his
best man a brother of the bride, Mr.
Henry Brawner. The ushers will be Mr.
Ernest Mechlin. Mr. Archibald King. Mr.
William Waggaman, Mr John Smoot.
and Mr Frank Fox. After the wedding
a party will be given at the home of
the bride to the bridal party. A num
ber of out-of-town guests will be pres
ent at the wedding. Including Mrs. Cock
me. of Atlanta, Ga. an aunt of the
bride, Mrs. Joseph Hamilton, of Winona,
Canada, another aunt; Mr. and Mrs.
George Daniels, of Fort Smith, Ark.,
parents of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs.
William Shields, of Chicago; Mr. and
Mrs John F. Waggaman, of Annapolis;
Mr and Mrs. L. I. Nlckolson, of Rock
vllle, and Mrs. James M. Bell, of Chapel
Hill. N. C
Mr and Mrs. Norman O. Houghton
hae been visiting their uncle. Mr. Isaac
M. Long, of Keyser, W. Va. They re
Miss Nellie May Saba'tlan Is visiting
her sister In Wilmington, DeL She will
return this week.
Mrs. J. M. KIbler had quite a serious
accident on last Tuesday, through a
fall on the ice. She dislocated her
shoulder and broke her arm.
Another Interesting wedding for the
romlng week, which will take place on
Wednesday ecnlng. at the West Wash
lngton Baptist Church, Is the marriage
of Mlsi Grace J-stelle Arts, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Artz, of N street,
to Re P. B Wapllngton, paJtor of the
Maryland Avenue Baptist Church, of
Mr W II. Roach, of Glen Echo, Md.,
who has been very ill for the past sev
eral weeks at the Georgetown Hospital,
has recovered sufficiently to be removed
to his home.
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Daughter of the rfy"w1Pg ottJxx of Fort Mjv.
Mrs Harris T. Heath, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. John Ber
rv, has returned to her home In Phila
delphia. The rie Hundred Club was enter
tained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.
flay J. Halverson at her home in
Miss Ethel Gwynne Is visiting rela
tives In Hyattsvllle.
Mrs. Wlnthrop Thayer, of New York,
is the .guest of the Misses Berry.
Mr. G. Addison Hodges, of Glenwood.
Howard County, visited Laurel this
The Women's Civic Club, of this
uu-n will have a tea at their rooms
n Main street, Friday afternoon.
Mr Louis Innerarity, who has been
here for some time with his parents,
lias gone to New York to takea posi
tion Mr Strath Briscoe was the guest for
the week-end of Mr. John W. Williams.
Mr ind Mrs. John D. Crommlller
spent the past week with their brother,
Mr Robert Williams, or Baltimore.
Mr Pindle. of Highland, visited
friends in Laurel Wednesday.
Dr Charles F Billiard, of Washing
ton, was the guest of friends here dur
lng the week.
Mrs Alexander II. Sands and her little
son. who hae been visiting Mrs. Sands'
brother. Judge J. K. M. Norton, in Prince
street, havo returned to their home In
Mr Frank Dalngerficld was present at
the Assembly ball In Baltimore on Thurs
Mrs. A. 1L Compton. of Wellington, Is
the guest of friends and relatives In Alex
andria. Mr and Mrs. Chancellor Curtis and their
little son Harold, who have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Weedon In
Orange County, have returned home.
Mrs John Hellen, of Washington, was
the guests of Mrs. Eva G. Mushback dur
ing the week.
Mr. Paul Mlcou has returned from a
Ustt to Richmond.
Mr Overton Westfelde Price has re
turned from a visit to New York City
" iiujn . omooi ana .miss jsuxat-ur. Vivian- Berry, Mr. Beaudric Howell,
ucui x-ui.s iwfl rcmrnea irom tssnu-
more, where they were the guests of
.Mrs. same uitor Hopper.
"Mr. Cecil Kent Sherman, who has been
traveling In England for the past year,
has returned t Alexandria and will re
main here for some time.
Miss Mildred Foster is spending the
week-end with Miss Mary Graves in
Dr. and Mrs. Angus Crawford have re
turned from a short visit to Charlottes
Mrs Thomas Seddon Taliaferro and
her four children, who have been spend
lng the past few months with Mr. and
Mrs. G. William Ramsay, returned on
Wednesday to her home In Rock 8nrlncs.
Wyo. Mr. Taliaferro will meet them in,
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Feagans have re-
turnea irom a visit to air. and Mrs. W.
C Feagans, In Charlettown. W. Va.
Mrs. Kate Waller Barrett returned on
Monday from a visit to Danville, where
the was the guest of her cousin. Miss
Prof, and Mrs. Grigsby Shakelford, of
Episcopal High School, who spent the
holidays In Clsmont, have returned home.
Mrs. William B. Smoot was the hostess
of the Auction Bridge Club. Wednesday
afternoon. The club members present
were Mrs. T. Marshall Jones, Mrs.
George Uhler, Mrs. Charles E. NIcoL
Mrs. David X, Howell, Mrs. William J,
Soothe, UnT W. A. Smoot, Jt. Mrs.,
Louis Scott. Miss Rose McDonald, and
Mrs. Louis C Barley. The guests of the
club were Miss Elizabeth Potts and Mrs.
Benjamin Fleet Board
Miss Charlotte Barnard England, of
Baltimore, and Miss Edith C. Pleasonton,
of Philadelphia, who have been the guests
o Miss Lisa Deane Anderson, have re
turned to their homes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Cooke announce
the marriage of their daughter. Miss
Ethel Mae Cooke, to Mr. Elmer Lee
Nichols, on Wednesday, January 10.
CoL and Mrs. Arthur Herbert, who are
spending the winter at the Grafton, in
Washington, are visiting their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Pegram Holt. In Newport News.
Mr. Keith Carlln, who spent the holi
days with his parents. Hon. and Mrs.
Charles C. Carlln, has returned to Randolph-Macon
Mies Bertha Allison has returned from
a lait to relatives In Culpeper
Miss Mabel Beasly, who has bn the
guest of Mrs. William S. Green, has re
turned to her home In Richmond.
Mrs. William B Harris has gone to
Washington to live.
Miss Ruth Watklns, Mr. Thomas Wat-
kins, and Mr. Frank Devers. who have
been the house guests of Miss Evelyn
Wenrick, In Manassas, have returned
Mr. Frailer Baldwin, who has been the
guest of Judge and Mrs. Louis C Bar
ley, has returned to the University of Il
linois. Miss Mary A. Wise and Mr. James
Wise, who hate been visiting friends in
this city, have returned to their home
Mrs. William Bryant has returned from
Norfolk, where she spent the week-end
with her brother. Mr. David Chalmers.
Miss Nellie Sullivan and Mies Elizabeth
Whedbee have returned from a visit to
Mrs. P. S. Grove, In Strasburg.
Miss Jessie Bowers and Miss Madge
Bowers, of Loudoun County, are the
guests of their uncle. Mr. Jonathan Math
ews. Miss Hattie Douglas entertained the
Progressive Five Hundred Club at her
home. In Cameron street. Monday even
ing. The prizes were won by Miss Mary
Snow den and Mr. Robly Brumback. The
club members present were Miss Georgia
French. Miss Mary Phillips, Miss Lisa
Anderson, Miss Mary Snowden. Miss
Clarence Snowden, Mr. Beaudric Howell.
Mr. Robly Brumback. Mr. Milton French,
Mr. Garnett Pitts, Mr. Wallace Llndsey.
Edward Fawcett, Mr. Henry B.
Cooper, and Mr. James Douglas. The
guests of the club were Miss Nellie
I'hler. Miss Anne Lewis Jone. Miss
Hdlth Pleasonton. of PhlladelplA, .Miss
Pauline Nicol. Miss Beall Dalngerfleld.
MIs-j Llla Barrett, Miss Kitty Barrett,
Mls Mittie Herbert, Mr. Harmon Rob
erts, Mr Windsor Snowden, Mr. Jack
Barrett, Mr. Edmund Hunter, and Mr.
Mrs Gardner Boothe entertained the
Afternoon Five Hundred Club on Thurs
day afternoon at her home In Columbus
street. The club members ptiMent were:
Mrs. W. A. Smoot, Jr., Mrs Hush Mc-
Gulre. Mrs. Lawrence Stabler. Mrs. C
C. Leadbeater. Mls Rosa McDonald,
Mrs. Harry Burke, and Mrs. William
Wattles. The guests of the club were
Mrs. Stuart Jnmleson and Mrs. W. P.
Dlmm. of Newport News.
Miss Anna Barley and Miss Lucy
Lantz, of Los Angeles, who hate been
spending the holidays with Judge and
Mrs. Louis C. Barley. hate returned to
Stuart Hall. Staunton.
Mrs. T.omas C. Warst, iof Newport
News, entertained Informally on Tues
day afternoon in honor of her mother,
Mrs. George C. Wise, of this city, who
is her guest.
Mrs. J Sidney Douglas has returned
from a short visit to Baltimore.
The Junior Five Hundred Club met on
Wednesday evenlrg, at the home of Miss
Christina Kemper. In Rosemont The
prizes were won by miss Nellie Uhler
and Mr. Stanly Blanton. Those present
were Miss Esther Green. Miss Cora
Jones. Miss Sophie Tackett. Miss Lola
Ashton. Miss Nlllle Uhler. Miss Pauline
Nlcol, Miss Julia Nlcou Miss Mary Phil
lips, Miss Virginia Wheat, and Miss
Plant, or Washington: Mr. Julian Burke.
Mr. Edmund Hunter, Mr. Milton French,
Mr. William Brooke, Mr. Jack Barrett,
Miss Petrona Powell, Mrs. Benjamin
Fleet Board. Mies Paulina KIcoL Miss
Julia. NIcoL Miss Christine Kemper;
Miss France Danenhower. Miss Mlttle
Herbert, Mra.'WlImer Waller, Miss Clar
ence Snowden, Miss Mary Snowden, Miss
jean Brent, Mrs. Lewis Machen. Mrs.
Edith Snowden, Miss Elsie Snowden.
Mrs. Shields . McCandUsh, of Fairfax;
.miss ueorgie rrencn, juus aiary pniuips.
ana Mrs. James Monroe lot.
Miss Cora Smoot and Mlts Loulle Smoot
entertained at cards on Friday afternoon.
January 12, at their home. In St. Asaph
The dates for the last three germans to
be given by the Alexandria German Club
ar January U, February It, and April 12.
Miss Elizabeth Qulgley returned re
cently from & two weeks visit with rel
The Misses McEwen were at home to
a few of their friends on Friday after
noon, at their home, at Thirty-fourth and
Miss Elizabeth Chase waa a guest at
the Annapolis -op on Saturday.
The Misses Florence and Elizabeth Tor-
bcrt entertained tho C. P. D. Club on
Friday evening, at their home. In Nw
Miss Sarah Gunnison spent a few days
the past week In Washington teaching
in the place of Miss .Richards, who Is ill.
Miss Mildred Humphrys entertained a
few of her friends at a theater party
on Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Boyd Saylor entertained at a
bridge party Saturday afternoon.
Miss Grace Cleveland Mulllcan and Mr.
Elmer Lee Harding, both of Galtbers
burg. were married in Galthersburg Wed
nesday evening by Rev. J. Harry Smith.
pastor of the Galthersburg Southern
Methodist Church, the ceremony taking
place at the home of the minister in the
presence of a few relatives and friends
of the couple.
Miss Olive Edmonds has returned to
her home here after spending two weeks
visiting relatives in Washington.
Miss Margaret Lyddane. of German-
town, has as her guest Mlts Mamie D.
Carr, of Howard County.
MaJ. John McDonald. Willis B. Bur
dette. and Charles M. Jones, were among
the Rockvllle Republicans who attended
the Inauguration of Gov, Goldsborough
at Annapolis during the week.
Miss Beulah Lea Hill, of Chevy Chase,
this county, and Mr. Ervlne Clifford
Sherfey, of Washington, were married i
In Bnckrllle during the week by Her.
Samuel R. White, of the Baptist Church,
as were Miss Elisabeth Eppely, of
Berwyn, Md.. and Mr. Ealph E. Kennls
ton, of Washington. x -
Mrs. Otis M. Linthicum was the host
eis of the Rockvllle Card Club at Its
bi-weekly meeting Monday evening, her
guests Including a large number of the
members and u few other friends The
programme Included a, paper on "The
tars" by Mrs. Robert & Warflelfl.. Re
freshments were erred.
Mrs. Gertrude Dolllver has returned to
her home In Baltimore after visiting
Mrs. Charles H. White here.
Mrs. .Aubrey Burrusi, who spent two
weeks at the home of her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. Henry VIett, here, returned
early In the week to her home In Rich
Mrs. a M. Bardette, of Garrett Fork,
recently bad as her guest lira. J. p.
Bates, of .Newark. N. J,
The members of the Rockvllle lodge
of Masons pleasantly entertained their
wives and a number of other ladies last
Monday evening. A moving picture
show was followed by a musical pro
gramme and reiresnments. The commit
tee in charge was composed of Dr.
George E. Lewis. Wilson S. Ward.
James F. Allen. Roger Shaw, and Dr.
George L. Edmonds.
Rev. Arthur 8.. Johns, of Washington,
Is spending a few weeks in Rockvllle.
where he was for a numoer of years rec
tor of Christ Episcopal Church.
Tho recently elected officers of Mont
gomery Ledge, No. 135. A. F. and A. M.,
of this town, were installed last Mon
day evening In the presence of a large
number of the members of the lodge and
a number of visiting members of the
order. Mr. Roger Shaw was master of
ceremonies. The, new officers are: Wor
shlpful master, Wilson 8. Word; senior
warden. Walter A- Williams; junior war
den, W. Russell Brewer; senior deacon,
George P. Henderson: Junior deacon.
Harry H. Buck; senior steward, -William
F. Prettrman: Junior steward. Ed
ward S. Greene; tiler. Harry Stratmeyer:
secretary, James F. Allen; treasurer.
Richard p. Stokes. J-ast siaster w. R.
Pumphrey, Jr.. was presented with a
Announcement has been made of the
recent marriage of Mi. tlamuel Raphael
Jarboe, of Darnestown district, this
county, and Mlts Nellie B. Howard, of
New Orleans, which took place early in
the month In New Orleans. The young
couple were the guests of honor at a
reception a few evenings ago at the
Travllaha large numtier of the people
of the community attending.
Miss Belle Robertson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. N. Hezeklah Robertson, of
this place, and. Mr. Mlddleton G. Bosman,
of New York, were married In Wash
ington a few days ago by Rev. U
Van Fossen. Immediately afterward the
young couple left for an extended trip.
They will live In New York City, where
the bridegroom Is engaged In the prac
tice of law. The young people met at
the law library at the Capitol, In Wash
ington, where both were employed sev
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AMONG THE SOCIAL CLUBS
Mr. Jack Ashton. Mr. James DouelA.
and Mr. Taylor Burke.
Mrs. William B. Smoot has Issued invi
tations to cards for Thursday. Januarv
18, at 250 o'clock. The cards of Mrs.
Charles A. Webb and Mrs. Sallle Cator
Hipper, of Baltimore, were inclosed.
Mr. and Mrs. George Uhler have lssud
Invitations for cards for Friday evenini-
January 1$. at 8:30 o'clock.
Miss Lisa Deane Anderson entertains
on. last Saturday at a chafing dish party
In honor of .her two house guests. Miss
Charlotte tngiana, or Baltimore, and
Miss 'Edith Pleasonton. of Philadelphia.
Miss Anderson's guest guests were Misses
Mildred Foster, and Hattie Douglas, Mr
Wallace Llndsey, Mr. John Stephenson!
Mr. Hunt Roberts. Mr. TaylorBurke, Mr.
Arthur Herbert. Mr. Jehn B. Barrett!
Mr. Jomes Douglas, Mr. Robly Brumback,
and Dr. John Warner, of New York City.
Mrs. Hugh McQulre has issued Invlta
tlons'for cards for January 17 at S o'clock
In honor of Mrs. W. P. Dlmm, of New
Miss Beall Dalngerfleld entertained
cards on Friday afternoon. Five hun
dred was the game played, and the score
was kept by Miss Collins Jones. III..
Harriet Love, and Miss Elizabeth Love.
and Master Harry Bresee. Miss Daln-
cerneld's-uests were. Miss Esther rtnru.
Miss Esther Green, Miss Sophie Tackett
Miss Nancy Tackett, Miss Cora Jones.
Mrs. B. H. C. Beverly. Miss Nellie Uhler
Miss Eliza Douglas, MItB Kitty Bimtt.
Miss Llla. Barrett, Miss Lisa. Anderson,
Tho Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey Tent.
No. L Daughters of Veterans, Installed
their officers Thursday evening In Grand
Army hall, the new home of the daugh
ters. The hall was decorated with palms
and enveloped In flags, splendid music
had been furnished and patrlotlttd was
at high tide as this organization has done
a great work In teaching patriotism and
maintaining a spirit of entire loyalty to
Mrs. Olive C. Johnson, senior vice presi
dent, officiated. The following were In
stalled: President. "Mrs. Ella L. Wash
burn; senior vice president. Mrs. Bella
Howe: Junior vice president.. Mrs.
Hester Trttlpoe; chaplain, Mrs. Mary F.
Crenshaw; patriotic Instructor, Miss Rose
M. Sefton. treasurer. Miss Grace M.
Taylor; trustees. Mrs. Eleanor C. Scott.
Mrs. Anna Dow Davis, Miss Frances Jost;
etilde. Mrs. Eleanor C Scott: guard. Miss
Alice Weaver; assistant guard. Miss
Abble Morrow, color bearers. Miss Paul
ine Trttlpoe. Miss Frances M. Jost, and
Miss Carrie French. m
Miss Anna M. Roberts, the fslthful Sec
retary of the tent, was again re-eiecea.
but was not Installed on account of the
recent death of her mother.
The young ladles were dressed In white
and as they were conducted to their sta
tions by Miss Jennie Hamilton, guide to
the installing officer, the hall rang with
Miss Rose M. setton. me minus presi
dent, made the address of welcome,
which was beautifully expressed, and
Kae In detail her work during the year
nhirh chnued that the tent had not only
a prosperous, but peaceful and harmoni
ous year, with finances In good condition
and a gain in memoersnip.
Miss Mary F. Crenshaw, chaplain of the
Daughters of Veterans, presented to Miss
Sefton In the name of the tent, as an
appreciation of her faithful and efficient
-i. .lnrini- the vear. a beautiful gold
badge of the order. Mrs. Ella L. Wash
burn, the newly elected president; made
a patriotic address which was received
A beautiful feature of the evening was
the presentation of flowers and a beautl
r.,i .lit i,p hv Mrs. Bella J. Howe and
herlstrr. Miss Frances Jost. to be used
by the .patriotic instructor of the tent
Mr. George A. Howo made tho presenta
tion speech, and in a lew weui-nnsou
words. Miss Rose si. w. f"1"
Instructor, accepted the flcf: In the name
of the tent. ....
Greetings from tne utpanmciu i i.
Potomac, G. A. K.. were pt""" uy
Col. O. H. OJdroyd, assistant adjutant
general of the department by Mrs. Agnes
Keeler, president of the Woman s Relief
Corps; Mr. Howard, commander of Will
iam B. Cushlng Camp. Sons of Veterans;
Mr. DuBols, chaplain oi uur r iag uraip,
Sons of Veterans: CaPt Warner, of Lin
coln Camp, Sons of Veterans: Mr. Gur
non R. Scott and representatives of the
several patriotic organizations.
AInha Aloha Chapter of Delta Sigma
Delta Fraternity was Instituted at George
town University, dental department on
Thtinalav evening. Delta bigma Delta
is limited to practitioners and students of
dentistry, and numDers amoui m mem
bership most of the leading practitioners
here and abroad, and U represented at all
the prominent dental colleges In the
United States. Hopes for a bright future
tn the National Capital are entertained.
After the ceremonies, the members en
tertained at supper.
Among the guests were Dr. Edward S.
Gaylord, of New Haven: Dr. De Witt
C Bacon, of Chicago; Dr. R. H. D.
Swing, of Philadelphia, and Dr. C. A.
Hawley, of Washington. The roster of
charter members of Alpha Alpha Chapter
Includes; William F. Amiot James R,
Burns. Maurice J. Conley, Leigh C Fair
bank, William J. Flnan. Carroll C. John
son, John J. Lally. Charles F. Mack.
B. McVeigh. William A. u. Ochs.
Frank J. Stockman.
The.Entre Nous Club was entertained
by Miss Sadye FtowelL of 1363 Irving
street at Its. regular bi-monthly meet
ing on Tuesday evening last An enjoy
able evening was spent at progressive
Ave hundred. The high scores, were
made by Miss Elsie Stowell and Mr.
John Ebaugh. Those present were
Misses Florence Walker, Florence Cuher,
Elsie Stowell. Anne Peck, and Mrs. Arret,
Messrs. Allan Stowell. Roy Harrison,
Clarence Moors, Jqfin Ebaugh, Frank and
The District of Columbia Society, Sons
of the American Revolution, will give
their annual "ladies" night" entertain
ment at Rauscber's, next Wednesday
night, January 17. Besides the pro
gramme of vocal and Instrumental mu
sic, Mrs. Scott president genral of the
Daughters of the American Revolution,
will address the society and guests, and
Miss Janet Richards will tell some In
teresting facts concerning "The women
of the American Revolution." A buffet
luncheon will be served, following the
exercises In the main halt the entertain
ment closing with music and dancing.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Louisa Adams Cl.apter, D. A. R., was
held with Mrs. Bowker. 1300 Massachu
setts avenue, a large number of mem
bers being present After the business
programme was concluded. 'Mrs. Hod-
Kins gave a talk upon the great value
of the Chaulkley manuscripts lately ac
quired by the National Society and soon
tc be printed. A paper upon the churches
and the religious condition of the early
colonies In Massachusetts was read by
sirs, uowker and Miss Blckford con
tributed an article upon the colonial
churches of New Hampshire.
The January meeting of the Wash'
lngton Readers' Club was held at the
Dolly Madlscn. Thomas Circle, Satur
day evening, January 6, and "An Oriental
evening," was announced by the pro
gramme committee. Owing ts the ab
sence of Miss Emma L. Ostrander, who
was to havo given a talk on "Tone
color." this subject v. as given over to
sir. C. T Thurman. or Baltimore, who
visited the club for the first time. Mr.
Thurman proved a most desirable sub
stitute, and although called upon on very
shot notice, handled the subject admir
ably. Miss Lee, Miss Fechln. and Messrs.
Saunders, Falconer, and Callow also gave
a brief talk on the subject The Oriental
programme consisted of selections from
the following authors: Haflz. Miss
Emavleve Rose; Omar Khayyam. Mrs.
Elizabeth Walton. Miss Ada Louise Town
send, and Mrs. Glcnna Tlnnln also con
tributed to the programme with short
elections. The chairman of the pro
gramme committee. Miss Hlnda Burke,
announces for February. "An evening
with tho supernatural" programme of
wlerd selections and mystical subjects.
Despite Inclement weather, an apprecia
tive audience attended the Short Story
Club's session Thursday evening. "Twen
ty years after," a story of local Interest
relating to the Washington Central High
School and Its graduates, was presented
by Mrs. W D. Mackenzie. Other con
trlbutons by club members were: "A
discrlmlnatln slight" "A tale of pioneer
days In Arizona:" original songs. Includ
ing "A Sleigh Ride" and ''Dot Gloss o'
Beer." -by Prof. E. C Kenney; "The
Heart Bowed Down," by Mrs. C I Me-
Cauley, and Mr. A. W. Selah'a personal
account of being "Lost In a blizzard."
Mrs. Christine W Dunlop brought
greetings from a former club member,
the Hon. Newton D. Baker, newly elected
mayor of Cfrrtreland. Ohio, and the presi
dent Mr. Kirk. read. Anthony Hope
method of writing a short story, and also
a personal letter from Mr. Hawkins.
showing "how near the author of "The
Prisoner of Zenda" once came to visiting
the "Washington Short story Club.
The Woman's Single Tax Club met
with Mrs. Jennie L. Munroe, the presi
dent January 8. at her apartment in the
Cecil. The regular business included the
appropriation of 3 for the Fels fund,
making provision to keep the Single Tax
Review In certain libraries of- the city,
and near-by towns In Maryland, and
passing a resolution In favor of. the John
son publicity bllL
In the absence of ansa nora itaymond.
because of Illness. Mrs. Munroe, using
Miss Raymond's notes on current events.
gave Tt. short talk. Among tne items
of special Interest to the club was the
appointment of Mrs. Judge John S.
Crosby, president of tho Woman's Na
tional Single Tax League, a sheriff ln
the City of New York.
Instead at reviewing "My dictatorship1
Mr. Spencer Heath read a poem which
those present pronouncea as oeing sound
Mngle tax doctrine, whether the author
knew It or not
Single taxers of the extreme lndlvidual
lstlo tame, and those of a mors or less
coclausUa type, was the subject oX an
Uirial Bunlttoa. SBora tfcronzlisut Asmics u
Um moat "Calendtr GUI." it now KoocalKd
the imbU ksora expert la tb ut oC (U re
daction, t&d me mcaces only tlmpl. nttanl
mtfhmlt ln rfdadns dontde cbln tnd exec ftt
nb It tok&owtadf td u Of LKaMt-tncnl extsulra
photoinpuie xnodtl for trt calendars tn JUocrka.
djtniadlDf on bsndaKl douart per boor from noted
Calendar Uouiea" for her time. lUalltint mat
an aboodanot of acptroaeua fleaa would do Sonrer
keep her to mid demand by photographic artlats,
ab tet about to redoot her mcreulnf wrlxbt br t
mamlooaly armpit method ot ber own.
o harmful dran or terriblt mimglrg: no mraai
leg; so painful phjsical coltrm exuilaat; no attrra
tlon diet; nothing to take tntemaQr; no potaon atuff
to rab on body and coot of the old. ridlenloot
harmful drag wotrtortt mm used in ber tptendld new
The fret took ot thlrOueen of Beautr exclaim to
men and women how fay her natural, harmleie treat
ment they mtr-redace ponderous welztit at the rate
oc out pound or mora dally. Row any man or
woman may "tK flnuMt rtiln cutely and zrcam
new health and Tiror.
Our readers wCl be aatoclahtd to learn for the
flrat umt of a really new. marretoua combtaaUoa ot
methods of FAT REDUCTION, at referred to tn
rcadara for s auortVrme.
A letter from V. U Gchmlta. from Uontirtdeo,
Minn., states by tMt treatment he loat 30 pound
tht flat TDftith. and ha la tht happleat man la the
world; that be la now loatng 2 poundi dally.
Xou wul be amaxed to know how rasidly you may
mdnoa your doabU chtn'tnd txeett fat by fooowtna
ber tnatruetiont and mac her new eftnTrfnttWi
treatment All fat men and women of any are who
deatoa to make themeelrea mora aibmctlro ahould
teanra thie wonderful book free at one and tm
prort their ucura mckly by ber method.
Tut book ta written in a ftarlnalrrs etjt. It
txplaina how, by her treatment thta famoua photo.
srtphlo model, who It tht ratine "Calendar UlrV
of tht ireeeut tune, reduced her own wekht
TRIBXT-tJEVEN POUNDS tn FIVE WEEKS by
purely natural methoda. and without reeoruns to
druca, ttarrmuon diet, or harmful external stuff to
rub on tho body, or harmful exerdaea. It It mid
her new treatment it afmllar to that uaed by
famoua rrmen actreeara and court ladlet of Xuropt,
who dart not crow fat
Write ber at once, and learn tht tnanlih the felt
when her tirlltri beattty atarted to dereloo to
abnormal proportions. Read of tht terrors abt felt
when the monater fat madt her realist tht mutt
clvt up her procetnon and fade into obUftou.
Learn how abf expertmeeued wuh detenninauon
and fzit and conquered fat: leam of thete things
to you may Improve your own form and dcatray your
It wul not Dt lonarr neceaaary for you to
tnliwfft xnriMa- ttanaiioa dlata aful wnrtlilcM
drum, alto harmful external etuS to rub on her
body, were all of no beneSL So, reaudes that If
ehe devh-ed to lonaer coutlnut aa the atar tn bar
profeaetan. and be lonrer tourbt after by art caleo
oar houaee of Amarirt tnd orope. eat matt do
tnfnernmg quick to prneni we enemy xat Irom
dntrmiB her beauty, abe ttndied on an enttreiT
Gririnal and different plan, and after repet.ed ef
forts and many faUurva, made what tot conauert s
wonderful adecuCc dlacoeery. by meant of which
he haa nerfected a treatment which aetoallr r
duces the wdxht ln a, remarkably abort Una. and
Inia wuman'a rrrcarfcate auccesa haa amazed hep
frlenda, who stand acftirt tn aatoniaument, manei.
mi ax ner wonoroua atm.
vet it ia looked urjao with
lly thie eyatem and her combtnauou treatment any
perton ahould reduce their fleab ln tot priTacy of
their own hemea without medical aaaietance. tn many
iBHucRi ai uc raiv oa we pouoa or more oauy.
A letter from Mamie McSrifj. Dealor. Ua, ten
tht can nerer offer praiae enough for what thia
wonderful treatment haa don for her.
It ia atmply attnrilihrng the number of men and
women who write m regarding the wonderful reeuita
of her new procrti for banlehisg fat. Mr. J. z-
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WHET SHE WKICIIBD 1C3 POUNDS. CALENDAR GIRL, AFTER SHE HE
COMPARE TirE DIFFERENCE. I DUCED 37 FOODS IX FTVB TVEXKS
BobelU. Box IT. Gmt Ucnd. Kaama. mj Mat
thi tn.taiBl Luis ndnced him flflr tnend In
bort 1i3rth of lime, -od tht hm fiu no eU
faftlcr ia LhMj Tram II ttjt tlut b feh Hk
bcrf of flftMn mtih tl fat gtjae.
Uocb tntcrcat U -sbowu tn this tw msartibM
mathod by letter from dlrfingulabrd phjatclMia,
irixjch peovM that m doctcn an -cUrJ to pn
np tmroc uul aeknorlsdc thU vooua crxoJEaa
lion tnalnvent anperlor to aU the.
in-. J. T. Brirht. of Cbfisstoo. Kj vrltn th
trpttmmt irdoccd him S intmria.
i-ithrtilaatie letter ahoold b tediapoUbl erl
6tncm of the mturtabU xnrrita nf thia trcatmect.
Th moat utncljtiina rut of thla fat-rrtlactat
incthnrl to that It doe not creat wiinUn or k-?
tho akBfabbr. but a tho oootnir It hu a ta
docr to tichuo Cnh; aomethlcf not nsuallj at
temptad by other methoda.
All our icadara wha wih to cItb no harmful dlfc.
who wtih to abaodoa tht
' mar laam how It la
xi traalmatit to at ear
feTlTTiaB9tlsl CaJs ?
8tmr4r cut out coopon briow aad maQ It at tax.
with Toor addrtga plaiiUy wrlttan aak her to aou
ererrthiBtr aho axme to neml. ENTUtELT TBSu
and DOST SfclND ANY MONETTbwa- thu
book of partlcnlara la entiralr fmL j thliham
tns Calendar Olrl la wo gnXaDal for bar erm
itductloQ. brottrht aboat by bar atrap-e mothetla,
that aho la dcior her vtnwat to benefit taao, aati
wnnen tn need of a perfect, homa taimaat VUcii
will benefit thoaa hardened with auperfinoas flamh,
and thereby make Ufa really worth whDa.
She offers SMXM ln caH IT ab tmBu
to jktot the saperlorttT of her uthoU
OTer mil others, mnd 91000 If amy xadU
cine or at Bla;.e harmfoj Ihlnr can bo
found tn any part of ner cmlnmtlom
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thia coupon and aend it. with Tour name ami ad.
dim plainly-written, er better yet. write your name and ad
dreer Tlaluty on a poatal card or letter and eand tt tn MJLB
JOaiE HAJI1LTON. Suite CC. Central Bank Bids. Decrrea,
Cotoredo. and the book will be tent you by letmn malt,
She will tend all our readert ererytbing abe agreee to tend
abaolutely free, eo that you may leam of her Borne Treatment
to ttart in tba reduction of fat at once,
animated discussion, led by Sir. Heath
(or the Individualistic and by ilr. George
A. warren tor the other type, which wras
ereatly enJoVed. Alter adjournment, llrht
refreshments were served.
Amonp; those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Drake. Mr. and
Mrs. Shldr. Mr. and Mrs. Willis. Mrs.
Judge Hare. Mrs. Fouts, Mrs. Thomp
son. Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Munroe. Miss
Ross, Mlts Rhodes, Miss Johanten. and
Messrs. Warren. Mann. Rose, and Dalctn.
The next meeting; will be held with
Sirs. Mary J. Arnold, of East Capitol
The National Catholic Woman's Circle
held Its regular Monday meeting at the
Public Library, Mount Vernon square.
under the directorship- of Mrs. Margaret
Miss. Fannie Sillers described the "Na
tivity." tho third of the series of
stained glass windows In St. Patrick's
Church, and compared it with the va
rious compositions representing many
schools of art. The window Is In
scribed to the memory of MJchael Caton.
Mrs. Coope announced that on January
22 the circle would meet In the large hall
cf the Library at 8 p. m.. where, an In
formal talk would be given to the public,
upon "The, Lord's Supper ln Art." which
would be Illustrated by distributing
copies of the old masters, from the
Prints borrowed from the Library.
The regular monthly business meeting
of the League of American Pen Women
was held In Carnegie Library last Mon
day evening. Miss Elizabeth B. Brown
and Mrs. H. B. Birch, of rittsburg.
Prominent newspaper woman, were
elected to full membership. The league
Indorsed the movement concerning the
nigh step In street cars.
The next meeting will be held ln the
assembly hall In the Public Library
next Wednesday evening. January 17, at
wmen time pror. liaroia names, su
pervisor of elementary education! ln OI
rard College.- Philadelphia, will lecture
on the subject. "The parent, the peda
gogue, and the pupIL"
NAVAL AIRMAN WEDS.
JJJBLIC TOLLING TO PAY.
Increase of IB Per Cent In Income
front Common Schools.
That the public Is willing to par for
Its education Is shown by the report ot
Br, Fletcher B. Dressier, of the Bureau
of Education, made public yesterday, ln
which It Is stated that the numher of
Pupils has Increased IS per cent and
the Income from schools has gone up
S3 per cent within the last decade.
The report compares the figures for
0o with tVinM nf 191nl nnrf ahnwa th-
1300 with those of 1310 and shows that
where $219,763,985.83 was expended for
common schools during tne former year.
MC2.M7,S9 was paid ln In 1310. The In
crease in schools has not been confined
to any particular locality. It has been
Meat. John Rodgers rtnd Silts Ethel
R. Grelner Married.
Annapolis, Md . Jan. 11 Despite the
fact that the mother or his fiancee stout
ly professed that she knew nothing of
the plans for the wedding, Lieut. John
Rodgers, the navy's expert aviator, and
Miss Ethel R. Qrelner. daughter of Mrs.
Richard M. Grouier. of Annapolis, were
married here this afternoon by Rev. J. P.
McComas, rector of St. Anne's P. EL
The engagement of tbe couple was an
nounced a few weeks ago, and while the
date of the wedding was not known at
that time, for some reason the mother ot
the bride declined to admit tht. It would
take nlace.to-dar. though the ceremony
was performed at her residence, ln King
Lieut. Rodgers. who nas charge oc tne
navy aviation school recently estao-
llshed at Annapolis, has achieved mucn
success ln .flights ln the navy biplane.
Is said that his fiancee tried to Induce
him to give up flying, but he declined to
entertain the thought.
Lieut. RodgeM and his bride left to
night for a trip across the continent, as
Lieut. Rodgers and the otner navy ana-
tors will for the next few months engage
In a series ot experimental flights at the
aero camp at san mego tat.
WAE ON TUBERCULOSIS.
Dr. C. Thompton Jones to Address
Monday Evenlngf Clnb.
The place of the municipality In the
flwht sarainst tuberculosis will be dlscuss-
f ed at the January meeting ot the Monday
Evening Club, to. be held to-morrow
evening at S o'clock at the T. M. C. A.
Building. Dr. C. Hampton Jones, health
commissioner of Baltimore, will speak on
The municipality's responsibility for the
control and prevention of tuberculosis.'
Dr. Jones has organized for the de
partment of health ln Baltimore a corps
ot tuberculosis nurses and a corps of
school nurses, both of whom are sup
ported by public funds, and are working
under the health department. Following
Dr. Jones, Emlle Berliner, vice president
of the Association for the Prevention of
Tuberculosis, will speak on "What con
stitutes municipal responsibility."
Among those expected to tako part ln
the proceedings are Health Offlcer Wood
ward. Dr. E. C. Schroeder. Dr. A. D.
Melvln, Dr. It It Hazen. Dr. Jesse It
Ramsburgh, Dr. G. IJoyd Magruder, and
Miss Frid:ricka Braun. tuberculosis
nurse of the Instructive Visiting Nurse.
Society and the Association for the Pre
vention of Tuberculosis:
Pnstor Entertains Roys.
Rev. H. Baremore Angus, pastor at
Peck Memorial Chapd, entertained a
narty of nine boys, members of the
Adelphlan Club. At dinner at tbe Flor-
a general growth, throughout the cous-llda Inn. Bt Seventeenth street northwest,
try, I ea Thurfday evening.
"PETER RUFF' IN BOOK POSH.
Tfew Oppenhelm Volume Attractive
In Slany Itespects.
This volume, from the lightning-penned,
author of so many romances, is a typical
Oppenhelm tale, but one- could only wish
that the author bad applied himself a
bit more carefully to the construction of
the plot, which t decidedly loose.
Peter Ruff, who first establishes himself
as a priyate detective and later becomes
the chief of one of the most powerful
secret societies of Europe the 'DoubI
Four" is a shrewd. cooL and resource
ful Englishman, who has a set of rathtr
extraordinary adventures before the final
chapter. There are murders, captures.
and escapes. Whether in outwitting John
Dorry, ot Scotland Tard. or ln circum
venting the bold plans of Count Ten
Horn, the Austrian spy, our hero Is as
alive aa Sherlock Holmes, although by Bo
means as attractive a character. In fact,
one would say that the volume Is not one
of the talented author's best productions.
The book Is well illustrated and attrac
tively bound. Little. Brown & Co.. pub
Ushers. Boston, Mass Price. eXSO.
BISON REPORT PUBLISHED.
Progress of Movement for Preierrm
tlon ot Buffalo Sbown.
Showing the progress that has bB
made In the preservation of the bnffalot
during the past year, the fourth "nTrs'
report of the American Bison Society
has Just been published -under the direc
tion ot the- secretary of' tie organization.
William P. Wharton.
Former President Roosevelt Is the hon
orary president ot the society, and Earl
Grey, former gsvernor general of Can
ada, is the honorary vice president. In
the report presented by Wltnam T. Horna
day. the gift ot the three adult bison by
James J. H1U. three yearling bison by
tne Blue Mountain Forest Association
(Corbln herd), two starling bison by
James A. Dooly, ot Salt Lake City, and
two yearling bison by James Phinp, ot
Pierre. S. Dak.. Is announced. A trlbnte
is paid to the Canadian government for
its enterprise In establishing- two great
reserves for bison ln the Western pro
KEY MEN ARE SATISFIED.
Amicable Settlement of Dispute)
with, the C. Jk O.
At a. conference Yesterday between
Commissioner of Labor Nelll and Judge
Martin A. Knapp. mediators under the
Erdman act, and representatives of the
Telegraphers Association of the Ches
apeake and Ohio Railroad, an amicable
adjustment of the dispute between the
telegraphers and tbe railroad over the
demand for an Increase of about .3) per
cent In the wage scale was reached.
It was announced that an increase sat
isfactory to the telegraphers, waa. allowed,
by J the; mediators, althoaxi pot tie Mf
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