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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, SUNDAY. JANUARY 12. 1913.
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Many Men in Public Life to
Serve on Reception Com
mittee for Inauguration.
MANY ADDITIONS TO FUND
Contributions Increase Total by $1,650,
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Coal, Wood, Coke every kind, foT
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Thomas Nelson Pace, chairman of the
Inaugural reception committee, last night
announced the names of his associates,
who Include officials of the executive.
Judicial, and legislative branches of the
government, and representative citizens
of the Capital.
The reception committee Is one of the
largest subordinate organizations of the
general Inaugural committee. Working
with It In many tasks is the floor com
mittee, the members of which Chairman
Ben S. Minor will announce early this
The Commissioners have sent to Con
cress n favorable report on the Joint
resolution providing that the Pension or
flee may be used for the Inaugural ball
and appropriating C3.000 for the mainte
nance of order and for the construction
of public comfort stations.
Clubs Vic for Honor.
' Original " Wilson clubs, one at Staun
ton. Va . and another at Trenton. N. J .
are seeking the distniction of having
leading places in the inaugural parade
Chairman Robert N Harpir. of the civ
ic organizations committee, has not yet
decided which of the "original" clubs
hall have pnjtedtnce
The guarantee fund for the inaugural
certmonies now amounts to JiS.ieo. the
follow Ins subscriptions having been an-
rn-rtoi.ly acknowledl-rd J"8 US
hborchani Hotel &
Jnd.1 & rtetweilrr I'm
N II Mica - 103
William K. Ilo-roejr ion
Lester V Ran- - Vn
R. J Eam'haw . . K
Ira F Bennett M
Junn VI Johnstm . . . 3
tliainn Saris Manuiarturinc Companx SO
' The follow in? additions to the romra.it
tre on civic org mizatinns were an-
' nounced vesterdav F S Carmodv, K Vv",
! Davis. Dr I. S Savage, end Herman W.
Van Senden To committee on transport-
..Inn r-l-itilA I -a-inn-in T T rnsfelln
J J Cooper. W G Robej-. T D Tufts,
Jr. P L. Jenkins A R l.eet. A. R
Irvine. F K. Masi W I. Magruder, J
It Slerrctt. and Arthur G Plant.
The llcccutton Committee.
The following Is the reception committee
Thomis Nelson Page chairman; Theo-
1 cott Gatlei. secretarj
bupreme Court of the United States-
Chief Justice Edward D White, Justice
Joseph MeKenna. Justice Oliver Wendell
Holmes Justice William R Dav, Justice
Hora-v H I.urton, Justice Charles K
Hughes, Justice Willis Van Devanter, Jus
tice JOM-ph n Umar, and Justice
Court of Appeals of the District of Co
lumbia Chief Justice Seth Shepard. Jus
tice Charles II Robb, and Justice Joslah
A Van Orsdol
Supreme Court of the District of Colum
bia t hief Justice Harry M Clabaugh.
Justice Job Ilnrnard, Justice Thomas H
Anderson Justice Ashley M Gould, and
Justice Daniel Thew Wright, Justice
Wendell I Stafford
Court of Clilms Chief Justice Stanton
J Peelle. Judge Charles B Hour). Judge
Kenton W Booth Judge Samuel S Har-
'llfi, Judge George W Atkinson
t ItiterMtate Commerce Commission
ciiHinuan Pranklin K Iine. Commis
sioner Judson C Clements. Commission-!
r liarlts A Proutv, Commissioner Ed-
g-ir K Clark, Commissioner James S
Harlan. Commissioner Charles C Jlc-
j Chord. Commissioner Balthaar 11
I Commissioners of the District of Colum
bia Cuno II Rudolph. John A Johnston,
I I nlted States Arms llaj Gen Leonard
Wood. JlaJ Gen. William W Wother
spoon. Alaj Gen William H Carter.
MaJ Gtn James B Aleshlre. MaJ Gen.
Arthur Murray. MaJ Gen Tasker H
Bli-s Brig Gen James Mien. Brig Gen.
William Crozler. Brig Gen K A Gar
lington Brig Gen Henrj G Sharpe.
Urlg Gen Charles H Whipple. Brig
Gen Clarence R Kdwards, IJeut Col.
Henrv T Allen, Lieut Col George K
Downev Lieut Col Jefferson R Kean,
I Lieut Col Hunter Liggett. Mai William
j Lasslter Capt Prank R McCoy, Capt
John W rizht
7.!!oKsri,.',T,..'7Ari?,rri ! -tired-Ueut Gen Nelson A. Miles.
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t-end Vket h of vi xjd for srrh Ilifhnt Rrier- Gcn James A Buchanan. Brig Gen.
mm Bftxt ItMultN IVomrtnis Aiunrrd I John M. "Wilson, Surgeon General George
av itmiv k. t iii.ijiivn. i-atrnt Lawyer -M .Sternberg, MaJ Gen George W.
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C. I Dav i
United States Nav Admiral George
lewey. near Aamirai Cameron Winslow.
Surgeon Gen Charles F Stokes. Lieut.
Col Charles L. McCawley, Capt. John
uiDbnns. Capt Hilary P. Jones. Cant
George G Hill, Capt Templin M Potts.
c-api uavia vv TaIor, Commander Hor
ace Macfarland. Commander Cleland
Retired Rear Admiral William II
Brownson. Rear Admiral Charles T
Hutchins, Rear Admiral Charles 0-Neil.
Rear dmlral Charles H. Stockton. Rear
Admiral Richardson Clover, Rear Ad
miral Charles D Slgsby, Rear Admiral
William K Van Rejpen, Rear Admiral
I M Rlxey, Rear Admiral Seaton
Schroeder. Rear Admiral Richard Waln
w right. Medical Director John C Wise.
The Senate H F. Ashurst. Frank B
Brandegee Augustus O Bacon, Theodore
E. Burton, John H Bankhend, Nathan
P Brjan. Charles A Culberson. George
H Chamberlain. Shelbv JL Cullom, WIII
Itm E Chilton, Albert B. Cummins,
Charles Curtln. Wlllam P Dillingham,
Henry A du Pont, Murphy J. Foster,
Jacob H Galllnger, Charles F Johnson,
Joseph F. Johnston. John W. Kern, Luke
Lea. Robert M. La Follctte. Henry Cabot
Lodge. Thomas S. Martin. James E Mar
tine. Knute Nelson. Francis G. New
lands, Lee S Overman. Robert L. Owen.
Carroll S Page, Thomas H Paynter,
Miles Tolndexter, Atlee Pomerene, Elihu
Root, Benjamin F. Shively. F. McL.
Simmons, Ellison D Smith, Hoke Smith,
John Walter Smith. William J. Stone,
George Sutherland. Claude A. Swanson,
John R. Thornton, George P. Wetmore,
John Sharp Williams
The House of Representatives Champ
Clark, S B Avres, Robert Broussard,
Charles F Booher, William P Borland,
Henry D Clavton. J. Harry Covington,
Prank D. Currier, Charles D Carter.
Jnmes M. Cox, Charles C. Carlin, Joseph
G Cannon, L. Dixon, John W. Dwlglit,
John J Fitzgerald. Scott Ferris. Hal D.
riood. Augustus P Gardner. Henry
George, Curtis H Gregg. Carter Glass,
rrederlck H. Gillett. Richmond Pearson
Hubson. Wlnfleld Scott Hammond, By
ron P Harrison, Benjamin C. Humphries,
Francis Burton Harrison. Cordell HulL
Robert L. Henry. James Hay, Ed
ward E Holland. OIHe M. James,
Ben Johnson. Joseph T. John
rnn. William A. Jones, Julius Kahn,
Claude Kltchln. Thomas Laurence Reil-
jj. uavia j. Lewis. Martin W. Littleton,
Nicholas Longworth. A. F. Lever. John
Lamb, Gordon Lee, D.. H. Mays, James I G. Hidden. Culpeper;'M. E. Ingalls, Tate
R. Mann. Victor Murdoek, William P.
Murray, George A. Neeley, W. A. Old
fleld, George F. O'Shaunessy, Irvine 8.
Tepper, Andrew J. Peters, Robert New
ton Page. John E. Raker, Atterson W.
Rucker, Henry T. Ralney, Joseph E.
Ransdell. W. C. Rcdfleld, A. J. Sabath,
Swagar Sherley, Edward F. Sweet, Dor-
key w. Shackleford, Daniel u. btepnens,
Thetus Wlllrette Sims, Morris Sheppara,
James L. Slav den, Edward W. Saunders,
Kdward T. Taylor. Joshua Frederlcx
Talbott. Edward W. Townsend, Edward
L. Taylor. Jr., Oscar W. Underwooa,
Jchn j. Whlttaker, William B. Wilson,
hnd George White.
The Democratic National and Campaign
Committee William F. McCombs. chair
man; Thomas J. Pence, assistant to
chairman; William G. McAdoo, vice
chairman; Rolla Wells, treasurer; Henry
Morganthau, chairman finance commit
tee; Hugh C. Wallace, vice chairman
finance committee; Charles R. Crane,
vice chairman finance committee: Joseph
E. Davles, secretary; Walker W. VIck,
assistant secretary; Thomas II. Owen,
assistant secretary; John I. Martin, aer-geant-at-arms,
Josephus Daniels, Robert
Hudspeth. Wlllard Saulsbury, A. Mitchell
Palmer. Daniel J. McGllllcuddy, James
A. O'Qorman. Thomas P. Gore. A. S.
Burleson, Robert Ewing, James A. Reed,
W. R. King. William D Jeiks. Reese M.
Ling. William M. Kavanaugh, John B.
Sanford, Thomas J. McCue. Homer S.
Cummings, J. T. G. Crawford, Clark
Howell, R. H Elder, Charles Boeschen
steln. B. R. Tilman, R. E. L. Mount
castle. William R. Wallace. J. Taylor
Ellyson. John T. McGraw. John E. Os
borne, John IL Wilson. Thomas Taggart,
M. J. Wade, William F. Sapp. John C.
C. Mavo. E. L. Jones. J. Fred Talbott.
John W. Coughlln. Edwin O. Wood. Fred
B Lynch. Robert Powell. Edward F.
Goltra. J. Bruce Kremer, P. L. Hall, W.
J. Bell, Eugene E. Reed, A. A. Jones,
Norman E. Mack. John Braegger, E. If.
Moore. Robert Galbraith Rmff TV-
Greene, Thomas Taubman. Cato Sells,
Thomas H Browne, John Pattlson, John
f . Lostcllo. and Henry W. Dooley
General committee Arthur D Addison.
Harry Arnold. Dr. Joseph Anderson. DT.
Wade Atkinson. Alvey A. Adee, Milton
E AIlcs, Chandler P. Anderson, E. W
Anderson. Edwin A Aldermnn Dr.
Samuel E. Armstrong. J. A Aylward.
II. M. Allen. Dr Cyrus Adler. Charles
G Bennett. Joseph W. Bailey, Thomas
W Brahany, Robert L. Bacon. Charles
J Bell. Montgomery Blair, Woodbury
Illalr, Gist Blair. Samuel G Blythe.
George V Bowerman. Charles H. B rad
io. It T Mason Ball. Alexander Brit
ton. Edson Bradley. John A. Baker. John
Barrett. David S. Barry, Dr. Charles
Blspham, Dr. Rupert Blue, Arthur T
Brice. Freder ck H Brooke, James R
Bavlor, Fred H Bugher. George W.
Brown. Aldls B Browne. Arthur S
Brown. Dr Joseph II Bryan. Charles
II Butler. Stephen Bonsai. J M Blddle.
Richard V Oulahan. Francis P. Daily,
E S Rochester. C Fred Cook,
Perry Belmont, Glenn Brown. Henrs P
Blair, Richard E. Bvrd. Richmond. Va..
John Stewart Bran. Richmond. Va ;
'Robert Bridges. New Tork. William Ca
bell Bruce. Baltimore, E C Benedict.
Stamford. B Baruch, New Tork Will
lam Gordon Battle. New York Clt .
Newton D Baker. Cleveland, T H Ball.
Houston. Tex. McKeo Barelaj. Balti
more. R. F Beasiev Monroe. N C .
Alexander S Bacon, New York. C R
Bacon. Haddontleld. N J J P K
Rrvin Charleston. S C T II Birch.
Burlington. N J . Theodore A Hell. San
rranciseo. Charles E Bowling, Earl
Bronson. Des Moines. Charles M Br an.
Lincoln, Nehr , W II Barry. Nashua.
N II . Simeon Bolivar Buckner. Mun
fordvlllc. Ky , Julian Burke. Alexandria,
Va.. Chrltle Benet, Columbl-i. S C . R.
G Bremner. Passlac N J RE Bl ick
well Ashland. Va Dr Marcus Benja
min. Murray A Cobb. William K Cooper.
John M Culp, Robert Craln. Baltimore.
James F Curtis. Dr Julian M Cabell.
Frederick E Chapln. Dr Cllne N Chip
man. Frank G, Carpenter. Melville
Church, Allerton Cushman. James Man
derville Carlisle. E Livingston Cornelius.
Dr Randolph B Carmlchacl. Wilbur J
Carr, Holmes Conrad. Dr Middleton F
Cuthbert. Col Spencer Cosbv. Arlon V
Cushman. William E. Curtis. New York.
Charles B Cooke. Richmond Benjamin
Cable. Chicago. John Cadnalader,
Philadelphia. Benehan Cameron. Raleigh
Carr. Durham. N C William E
Cameron. Ward Chapman. I-os Angele-
Crockrtt. Little Rock. John T
Collins. Rutherford. William V Cox. J
Henri de Mbour, Henry E Davis,
Walter D Iienegre. Charles W" Darr.
L. Kemp Duval, James L. Davenport,
Harry L. Dunlap. Rev S J. Donlon. S
J . Rev. Llovd C Douglas. G Thomas
Dunlop. Arthur J. Dodge. H H Dodge,
H II Downing. Front Roval. S R
Donohoe. H C Davis, O K Davis. Ar
thur W Dunn. Richard H Dabnes.
Charles W Dabnej. Cincinnati. W W
Durbin, Kenton, Ohio. Wlnthrop Moore
Daniels. Princeton. E H.JDroop, Justice
Victor J. Dowling. C McD Davis, Savan
nah. W C Dow-d. Charlotte, N C J
O Davis, Berkeley Cal . Fred T Du
bois. Frank A Day, Missoula. Mont .
Westmoreland Davis. Leesburg. Va . J
M Dickinson, Nashville, Tenn . George
H Dennev. I'niversity of Alamaba,
John Joy Edson. Blackhurn Esterline.
George P Eustls, J. Fred Essary. Rob
ert Ersklne Ely. A F. Elkus. William
H Edwards. New York City. A. II
Eller Winston-Salem. Robert Ewing,
New Orleans. Dr Charles Eliot. Cam
bridge; William P Eno. James R El
lerson. W. W. Flnley, David G Fair
childs. Charles J Faulkner, Frederick
dr C Faust, John W. Foster. E A. Fow
ler. Henry Fairfax. Dr. William F
Fisher, Baltimore. Md E Havward
Fairbanks. Philadelphia. Fred Felgl,
Thomas S Fuller, Edgar II. Farrar,
New Orleans; Dr John M T. Finney.
Baltimore; Samuel L. Ferguson. Appo
mattox; William J. Flynn. David R.
Francis, St. Louis; James Henry Ford.
Princeton. C. C Glover, H. S Graves,
Gilbert S Grosvenor. James Cardinal Gib.
bons. Thomas M Gale. Rev. Samuel H
Greene, J Holdsworth Gordon. Dr. Lar-
kin W Glazebrook. E. C. Graham.
Charles Noble Gregory, Frank Glass,
Birmingham; William A. Gaston, Bos
ton. Mass ; Bcrrard R. Green. Samuel
J Graham. Pittsburg. L. C. Gunnel!,
Joseph F. Guffey, Pittsburg: George W.
Guthrie. Pittsburg. Martin H Gljnn.
Albany. Armlstead C. Gordon. Staunton.
vv E. Gonzales. Columbia: W. A Glas
gow, Philadelphia: J. R. Gray. Atlanta
Justice James W. Gerard. New York;
Charles L. Guy. New York; Justice E
J Gavegan, New Tork, John Temple
oraves. New York; Bibb Graves. Mont
gomery ; Judge George Gray, P. D. Gold,
Jr., Greensboro, N. C: XL F. H Gou-
hveneur. Wilmington, N. C: E E. Gross-
cup, W enona. N. J ; Charles H. Grasty.
Haltlmore: R. B. Glenn. Winston-Salem:
George W. Grene. Woonsocket. Judge
Charles N. Goodwin. Chicago, 111 ; Stu
art Y. Gibboney. New York: Thomas
Grant, Reynolds S R. Hltt. Norman
Hapgood, New York; George Howard.
Col. George Harvey, New York; Frederic
L Hnidekoper, Rev. Alfred Harding.
Thomas Hvde. Frank W. Hackett, Jus-
iue Alexander B. Hagner, Charles D.
Hilles, Randall H. Hagner. George C
Hill. Frederic J Haskln. Thomas H.
Holden. J William Henry, Beale R
Hoard. Eugene Hale. Dr. Thomas V.
Hammond. Dr. B. I Hardin. Will
tarn D. Hoover. Robert C. Havden.
James II. Havden. John B. Henderson.
Jr., William Corcoran Hill. John
Hays Hammond. Arnold Hague.
George Hellen. Henrv- Harrison Ben
jamin Hellen, Archibald Hopkins. Liv
ingston itunt. uauiard Hunt. Hilary A
Herbert, J. H. Harrod, Little Rock
Wlirlam H. Holmes, E. M House, New
York; William R. Hearst. New York?
John M. Harrington. New York; M. Hlg
Elns. Newark: John H. HIbben. Prince
ton; Peter Hamilton. Mobile; Wnde H.
Harris, Charlotte: E. J. Hale, Fayette
ville; Alexander P. Humphrey, Louis
ville; J. Allen Holt Oakrldgo. N C.:
William C Hughes. New York; Thomas
Hitchcock. Westbury, Long Island: J.
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Irvine, Big Stone Gap, Va.: R. T. Ir
vine, Portland; Dr. John F. Jameson,
Dr. Ralph Jenkins, Hennen Jennings,
Ralph Cross Johnson. James 31. Jonn-
ston, Paul E. Johnson, R. SL Johnson.
Houston: David II. Jones, Chicago;
Thomas D. Jones, Chicago: E. J. Justice.
Greensboro; Dr Edward S. Joyner, Co
lumbia, S. C; Victor Kauffmann, Rudolph
Kauffmann. Arthur B. Krock. J. M Ken-
yen, Hugh S Knox, Thomas P. Keith,
Fairfax, George A King. E. L. Keen.
Daniel Kellogg. H. II Kohlsaat. Chi
cago, W. M. Kavanaugh. Little Rock;
William H. Knowles, Pensacola. Fla.:
James D. J Kelly. New York, Brent
Kejser, Baltimore. Chief Justice James
Keith. Richmond. Arthur Lee, Blair Lee.
Otto Luebkert. A. D Iegare. R. E Lee Jr ,
Dr. Francis B Loving. Robert Lans
ing. Frederick W Ihmann. St. I.ouls,
Dr. Samuel E. Lewis, Victor Lawson,
Chester 8. Lord. John Q. Lovell. Balti
more, George M. Lamonte, Bound Brook,
N J . J Walter Lvons. Rutland, Thomaa
B Iaive. Dallas. O A Lyon. Willi n
Libby. rrinceton; E. W Van C. Lucas.
New York Dr J D McBarron. New
lork. T Nevin McAboy. !vl P. Morton,
Edward McCauIev. James D. Maher, l
McClung. A G McCllntock. John A. Mc
Ilhenny. Frederick D McKenney. John
R. McLean, Benjamin Mlcou, Rev. Dr.
Randolph II McKim. Henry C Mo
Dowel!. Lvnchhurg. William McK Clay
ton. Edward I! Mcl-ean. George X Mc
Ijinahan. Frederick B McGuire, D Hast
ings Macadam, Dr James F Mitchell.
Charles K Maggon, Dr Alexander F"
Magruder, Dr W illlam .B. Mason, John
S Miller. William F. Mattlngly. Henry
B F Macfarland, Barrj Mohun, Samuel
Maddox. William A Maury. Benjamin
Miller. Basil MUs c Powell Mliinlse-
rode, Willis L Moore. Edward S Mun
ford Prank Mos. Edwird A Mitchell.
R. Walton Moore, Su Clilr McKelway.
Robirt Graer Monroe New lork, Andrew
Jackson Montague. RU hmond. Va . Ed
win Mlms. Raleigh N C A B Mc
CafTey, Albuquerque. II C McQueen,
Wilmington W" V Mnrse. Waterloo.
William I. Marburv. Biltlmoie W 3
McNar' Boston. Dr Charles W Mitch
ell. Baltimore, Mdn. T Miller Detroit
It L Jletcalfc, Omtha, lu s F. Murphy.
Dubuque C L Macaulev. New York.
Frank I. Majes. Pen-acola, F P Mel
mtr, Clarendon. Ark Lewis Macben,
Alexandria. Hugh Macltie, Wllmlngtun.
N C , II S Martin Marlon, K.ins . D
C McCurtln. McAllster, okla , Jo'in Mc
Cue. N.-W ork "it Cjrus H McCor
m ck. Chicago. Ill Fleming New bold.
iTanfs S Nash. Frank B Nojes. How
ard S Nyman. James Norton. John F
Nugent R V Oulahan. Adolph Ocha.
W II Ovliorne J E. Osborne. James F
Ojster. Richard Onlr, R Ross Perry,
Rev I G B Pierce. Arthur J Par
sons. Ixgan Waller Page. Aulick Palmer,
Arthur Peter Francis B Poe. Robert H
Patchln Walter S Penlield. Raymond
W Pullman. Herbert Putnam. Dr W" J
Pettus. Paul S Pearsall. P Lee Phillips.
John Barton Pavne. H M Plndcll. James
M. Page. Daniel Fellows Piatt. Frederic
C Penfleld. Robert M. Phillips. Allen
Potts. Bowdre Phinlzy. , Dr Henry P
Prltchett. Clarence II Poe. George W
Plunkltt. Ralph Pulltztr. Walter II
Page. W. de C Ravanel. Monsignor Wm.
T Russell. J II Ralston. Rev Wallace
Radcllffe. Oliver G Rlcketson. Leigh
Robinson, Hugh B Rowland, Alexander
Rodgers, Dr. Sterl'ng Rulfln, C Peyton
Russell. Dr Presley M Rlxey, W W
Roper, Dr Ira Remsen, Will am F Rob
ertson. Albert O Robinson. Blanchard
T Randall. Mel M Robinson. J. W.
Ragsdale. Robert F Shepard. Adlai E
Stevenson. Robert Stead. Reeves T
Strickland Edward J. Stellwagen.
Right Rev Thomas J Shahan,
John T Suter, Joseph J Slnnott.
W H Singleton. Jerry South. Henry B
Spencer. Dr John Blair Spencer. Rev
Dr Roland Cotton Smith. Dr. Z. T
Sowers. Rev Dr C Earnest Smith. Rev
Dr Frank Sewell, John B Smallwood,
F Hopklnson Smith. Charles Scrlbncr.
Robert G Smith. A G. Slggers, Maurice
Splaln, W W Screws, Montgomery,
Ala,. Dr. Albert L. Stavely, Richard
Sylvester. Rudolph Spreckels, Henry C
Stuart, Jerry B. Sullivan. Harry M
Smith, P. A Stovall, Savannah, Ga..
James Sprunt, Wilmington, N. C, Frank
H. Stedman. Fav ettsvllle, N. C: W. P.
Stamberg. Portland, Oreg ; Paul S. Secl-
ey, Portland, Oreg : J J. Scott, Sacre
mento. Cal : Irving Shuman. Sullivan.
Ill ; John L de Saules, South Bethleham.
Pa.. Melville E Stone. New York; L.
B. Stringer, Lincoln. III.; James A. Sid
don, St. Louis, Mo : A Leftwitch Sin
clair, Rabbi Abram Simon, Otto H. Titt
man, Hannls Taylor, Alfred P. Thom,
Lawrence Townsend. George Truesdell,
Bcyd Taylor, Walter R. Tuckerman,
Charles T. Thompson. Robert M.
Thompson, Perry Thomas, H. St. George
Tucker. Lexington, Va.. S n. Thurman.
Salt Lake City, Utah. Augustus Thomas.
New York City; Joseph R. Truesdale,
New York: Harvey Thomas, Atlantic
City: Joseph E. Thompson, Wilmington,
N C: George W. Vanderbllt. Huntington
W llson, Nathaniel Wilson. Elliott Woods.
William Wheatley. John L. Weaver.,
John F. Wllkins. Rev. Samuel H Wood
row, Augustus S. Worthington, Rev. W.
R Wedderspoon. Charles D.s.Walcott.
Rev. Charles Wood. Lawrence Washing
ton. Edward II Wales. Joseph I. Weller,
Randall H Webb. John Sidney Webb.
Richard Welghtman. Benjamin Wood
ruff. Henry White, Dr. Guy Fairfax
Whiting. Dr. Harvey W Wiley. James
T Williams. Jr. Dr. William II. Wil
mer. Clarence R. Wilson. Samuel W.
Woodward. Horace H Wescott, Charles
V. Wheeler. Ernest Wilkinson. Charles
F. Wilson. Waddv B. Wood. Eugene B.
Wills. Beekman Wlnthrop. J. Montgom
ery Wright. Joseph E. Wlllard. Rich
mond. Dr William Henry Welch. Bal
timore; Richard S Whaley, Charleston,
S C : Henry T. Wlckham. Richmond.
Va : S E. Williams. Lexington, N. C ;
Richard B. Watrous. William Henry
White, Richmond. Va ; Randolph V.
Whiting. San Francisco. Cal.; Dr. Hiram
Wood. Baltimore. A. C Weiss, Duluth,
Minn . Alfred B Williams, Roanoke.
Va.; Joseph R. Wilson. Nashville. Tenn.;
Simon Wolf, Robert W. Woolley. E. B.
White, Leesburg, Va.. W. L. Wilson.
Baltimore; Edmund Waddlll, Richmond,
Francisco J. Yanes, Dr. Henry C
Yarrow. Dr. Hugh H. Young, Baltimore,
Md.: M. H. de Young, San Francisco.
Cal.; Dr. A. F. Zahm. secretary Aero
"Get Together" Dinner of
Merchants at the Raleigh
Hotel Next Friday.
WILL FLASH TIip TO
WORLD BY WIRELESS
MENU TO BE SURPRISE
Among the Speakers Will Be Repre-
lentau'Te Jalint Kahn of
Practically every member of the Re
tail Merchants' Association will be tc
attendance at the "get-together" banquet
of that organization In the banquet
room oi tne itaiclgh Hotel. Friday even
tne. January 17 next, for which the most
notable arrangements have been con
The banqueters are to assemble at ".
o'clock promptly. The committee
charge is endeavoring to make this one
of the most original functions held In
the National Capital It is the one
grand occasion in the jcar when the
members or the Retail Merchants' Asso
ciation, and prospective members as
well, gather about the banquet table to
enjoy the fellowship of their kind
The committee in charge of the mer
chants' "get-together" banquet, conslst
lrg of Ross P. Andrews, Isaac Cans, and
Sidney West, has been gratified at the
very general request for seats, and It
Is confidently expected that the occa
sion will witness the gathering of the
largest assemblage of Washington re-
tall tradesmen in the history of the
city. This Is the second "get-together"
banquet held by the retailers The first.
held In November, 1311, was regarded as
one of the foundation stones with which
the splendid organization of the Retail
Merchants' Association was effected Thw
organization, a separate and distinct
body, with offices In the Chamber of
Commerce, has had a very rapid growth
It has a membership or over Ti" firms.
the llt Including the most representative
merchants of the Capital
Chairman Andrews declares that the
menu for the dinner next Frldij night
will be a revelation to the binquetera.
and all are urged to be prepared to en
ter thr binquet hall at the Raleigh at
7 31 o'clock promptlv The toastmaster
will be Roe Fulkerson. who has nn al
most iounto-wlde reputation In such a
cnpaclty Mr Fulkerson and the ban
quet committee have perfected an array
o' surprises to lw sprung at the func
tion The committee promises that ther.
will be something doing from 7 3) o'clocit
t ntll midnight.
Among the speakers will no Representa
tive Julius Kahn of California. District
Commissioner Cuno II Rudolph, Harry
Franc, and other It Is expected that
S nator Swanson who has been invited,
w ill also be among the speakers
Arlington Tower to Send Out Daily
Signal Will Be Help to Mariner
and Inland Station,
A dally time signal will soon be cent
out from the naval wireless staton at
Arlington. Va.. according! to announce
ment at the Navy Department yester
day. The Arlington station Is so power
ful that It Is expected that when the
time signal service commences every ship
in the North Atlantic carrying wireless
apparatus will easily receive It. The
new service Is expected to be of great
assistance to mariners In keeping an ac
curate check on their chronometers. The
signal will be sent eacil day at noon.
It la also expected that many manu
facturing Jewelers and watchmakers
throughout the United States will ar
range to receive the noon signal from
the Arlington station. The Waltham
Watch Company, of Waltham. Mass., al
ready has equipped Its factory with a
wireless apparatus, and notified the Navy
Department the other day that the New
Year time signal sent from the Arling
ton station was plainly heard at the
Waltham station. The Naval Observatory
nal service by telegraph, and the stand
ard clock at the observatory will be
the guide for the Arlington station.
The Naval Observatory Is experiment
ing with a gyroscopic artificial horizon
which It is seeking to develop to greater
usefulness and serviceability. One al
ready has ben devised for use In the
navy, which consists of a mirror surface
held In a horizontal position by the use
of a gjroscope. retaining Its horlr-rnai
position, regardless of the mou of the
LIVELY INTEREST IN THE
SPECIAL PIANO AWARD
When a J7S0 Conover Baby Grand Piano
can be obtained without cost. It Is no
wonder that enthusiasm runs high among
contest workers The Advocate has pur
chased this splendid instrument from Per
cy Foster, the piano merchant. u-K) u
Street Northwest, and will give It to the
person casting the most votes In The
HeraJd'e 2,000 Contest between the dates
of December :s, 1812. aoi January 15, 1911
This competition is not limited to con
testants. Any one Is gtven the oppor
tunity to win this extra award How
ever, all votes must be cast for a reg
istered contestant. Votes are pourlnjr In
by the thousands It Is by far the live
liest period of the contest, for hundreds
of new workers have enlisted since the
announcement of the piano award.
Visit the contest buildmg. 7M Thir
teenth Street Northwest, and examine the
superb Conover Baby Grand It ranks
among the world's finest small pianos
and has won the approval of the stars
of the musical world
Thts piano has a richly figured mahog
any case and beautiful tone. In construc
tion, action, and finish the Conover Baby
Grand Is peerless
All votes for the extra award must be
turned In not later than 9 p. m. on Jan
Airalnat V. S.
Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh
has called upon Congress for a law
uthorlzlntr the government to pay
Wi Kitt FtiTtT lio.s fir J25 pir Qjirttr.
money BaBssaTaaW n
ee ar LV U
me t aaj H
before A H 11
TOO p -aja, "! H
buy. VJflflP) ? I
not J ' a 11
after. v yL 1U
Tf' aB J EJ
Jos. Hall Chase.
T a big musician comes here
this year and plays a. piano with
a big ni.nae. because he is paid
an enormo-os salary for doing so.
the same ono came here last year
with another piano for another
salary, and the same musician
comes here next year with still
another piano whatever piano,
in fact, that will pay him the
biggest salary. It amount to lit
tle so far as the Indorsement of
hc piano goes, does It not?
The Schubert Piano la Indorsed
by 60 of the world's greatest rau
alcians, who have never received
a cent for a testimonial or any
other kind of a courtesy; only
Jot that they are genuinely de
llahtrd and aatlsfled with the
jCHLBEIIT. This fa more In
dorsement than any other Instru
ment In the world has eTer en
Joyed. We are a factory, you save the
agent's profit and expense. See
me before you buy a piano.
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.,
ISO? G ST. jr. w.
IKS 7TH ST. JT. IV.
Seventh Street store Open Bier
G Street Store Open Saturday
We Glee Votes in Ilm,d a J30D Cbor
John P Mahonev, I'ntted States mall
lngton. died at Galiltzen. Ta.. vesterdav claims of 1500 or less to legal repre- ,
morning, where he had gone for hls I ""'"V " 7 . . ,
health Mr Mahoney had been ill for I L nlted States, without requlrinK letters
more than a month prior to his death.
was a member of the Ancient Order
of Hibernians and the Knights of Co
lurrbus. He Is survived bj his wife Fu
neral services will be held at St,
Joseph s Catholic Church at 10 orloek to
morrow- morning Interment will be at
t fbiirch Socletj.
Garnet C Wilkinson, principal of the
rmstrong Minual Training High
School, villi Fpeak undir the auspices
of the Christian Endeavor Society of
Fifteenth Street Presbvterlan
Church at o'clo. k this evening The
musical programme will consist of a
vocal solo b Miss Helen Stokes, a
piano solo bv Louis Brown, a mandolin
and guitar trio by Messrs. Conway, and
a selection by the Christian Endeavor
To Hel Nnial JHHtln.
Officers In charge of naval recruit
ing stations throughout the United
States have been Instructed by the Sec
retarj of the Navy to render all possl-
asslstance to naval militia organ
izations in their recruiting districts It
Is believed that recruiting officers can
render valuable service to officers of
the naval militia bv giving them In
struction and assistance In matters
pertaining to the navy ard naval service.
of administration Under the, present
law- letters of administration are re
quired in all claims above $100 Since
the claims are frequently eaten up by
attorneys and court fees. Secretary
MacVeagh asks i hat the maximum that
can be paid without such letters be
raised to JSOft
French. Society Meets.
The Alliance Francalse held Its third
leeturo of the season Thursday at the
Washington Club "L" plus Grande
France' was the subject lectured on by
M It 1.. Cru In the audience were
Mme Jusserand, Henry White, Mrs.
Lodge. Miss M Williams, Mrs Robert
Roosevelt. Mrs E E. Jordan. Mrs. V. R.
Johnson. Mrs. E Bickneil. Mrs. L. L.
Wood. Mrs L C Neal. the Misses
Tuckerman Cullen. Harrlman. Boiling.
Butler. Vogel. and Conver
U S. Dtrt. c Arctium Wetlhfr Bnrtaa.
,Jiintm SatiirdaT Jan. II p. m
ThfTc will t ram undar in the thcro Mat-,
and rain cr Know to the corthwuii foUowrd br cm
erally fair wrajhrr Monday O.tr tl crntral and
trntfm portion tf th country tlt weather will N
rrnrrally fair Punday and Monday except in the
radfic b tales, the Plateau recK-n and the extreme
Northwest, where there will I mmni and rair-u
Tho winds alone the New Lnctand and Mtldle At
lantle cc-arts will bo moderate iruthrest to north
went nn the South Atlanta- CVt moderate south
west and west on the En Gulf eot moderate
south, shifUru: to northwen and b-eociinc brik orer
wrst portion, co the West (Julf 0t moderate to
bri.sk north and ncrtbcnt on L-ake Michigan moder
M.d&.irht 43. 2 a. m, 43. 4 a n.. 44; tj . m , 43,
a. m.. 47, 10 a, m.. 51. 12 noon. 58, Z n. m., 62 4 r.
m . 63: 6 n. m. 41, S p. m.. 59 10 P m.. 52. liijrh
eat. 64 . lowest. 41.
Itelame humidity a. m . FT 2 n. m.. '..In m..
P6. Rainfall (8 p. to. to 8 p. m.) 0.16. Hours of sun
hme. 0 5, rer crnt of nntible annshine, 5.
Temperature fame date la it year lushest. 33. lorr-
Temperature in Other Cities.
Temperatures In other cities, tocrtfcer with ths
amount of rainfall for the twenty four hours ended at
I p. m, ytsttrdar. m follows.
Max. Min. I p. m. filL
El tea V Wills. 2T and ful I Arcall, S3, both
of Rlchmord a Rtr H Oreene
Robert C IVti'as 27 and Lela B Murray, 3
Rer A. w Spoiicer
James R Shacklette, 25. and Madzt K. Thomaa.
23. both of lbrtaarlf. a Rer A M Thomp-cii.
sxcar (Vnner 31 ard Mary b. drone. 30, Of
Middletown. Md. Rer . J C-utoIL.
U I tine watt. 31. and Aha. Muchelle, X. vt
TraiadeltshU Ta. Rer r Vetray
Ott U I .or .-rrtli 22. of Richmond. . and
Lucille 1UU. 3) of Loui5Tlile, Ky Rer James- S
Thomas K Hortey 23 of Uilminctcn. De , and
Inra T Mrlsmilkr. 2S Rt. Thomas D. Mo
Harry A rr.-klr- 31. and Margaret B Man
ure, 23 of Richmond a. Jure C S. Rtindy
Claivnre tv Tjndall. 23. and Lottie M Tisdale,
22. of Orange a Her Tberon Outwater
AtJiley La rrux, 21, asd Lanra G Burton, 22.
Rer Jame A. hmyth.
aterioft TnKOuoivnlas, 29, of Winchester. Va.,
tna .uinie s i-ariow. 34, or rawpaw, v. Vi
Rer JoUui AJexDroules
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typographical errors, drc.
Tou can safely Intrust Impor
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ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
607 15th Street N.W.
Second Floor Over Ford A Gra
ham Dairy Lirnrk. Opposite
V. . Treaaury.
Phone Main 7300.
Largest stock ever carried. Also Laces.
Dry Goods. Hosiery asd
MRS. J. A. MOUDr.
2430 Georgia Ave. N. VV.
W rlv Heralat S33.00O eoate.t vote.
AaherQle, N C ffi K S3
Atlanta. C.i SI 41 M 0 01
AUanUc Citr. K J 52 40 S) 0.S
nHminrk. X Dak. -II Is -II
noston, vlaas 44 3i 4.) 0 10
nuffaln. N Y II "K 41 0 C
Chicaso. Ill 34 II 3 0
ClndnnaU. Ohio - M t: : 1 a
CheTenae. Wyo 4 U 0 01
Datrnport. Iowa 24 -4
tVnrer. Colo .. . S II II 0 04
Dea Moioea. lotra 12 12 4
Dulath. Minn I - ;3 on
(alTeston. Tex (a eo 60 0 02
Helena. Mont I o 01
lndianapnlia. ltid. ! X 36 014
JacksoOTille. FU TS 51
Kanaas C1U. Mo 31 31 8
Utile RoJc Ark (6 a a z.9)
Lf Arffdea. Cal K 33 52 r .
Jlarquette. Mich :4 10
Mnnyibl. Tenn fft 51 rfi 1,43
New Oilcan. Ij T3 (2 70
New ork X Y 50 OS 50 0 II
North Platte. NelT. 12 6
Omaha. Nebr .. ..... 12 2.
I"hlladelphla Pa M SS 56 0 10
I'lttsburz. Pa . K 40 54 0 (4
ortland. Me 32 22 0 12
Portland. Oree 42 33 c 0.2J
Salt Lake Lit). Utah ... 34 II 21
ft. LouU. VIo ..40 3 x 0.3)
rL Paul. Minn ... I 0 02
Ban Krancieco. Cal .... IS 23 II
SneingOelil. Ill 22
Tacoma, VVaah 33 13 34 O.CJ
Tampa. Fla M S n
Toledo, Ohio 42 31 33 0 90
Vickaburx. Mil. ... . Tl 62 03 0 01
(Rerorted for Jannary 11. U1J.)
riemard and Delphi J William... cut
Iiiua and Rosle Traub. cirl
Ldsard II. and Mary 11 Tunbs. tiri.
John 11 and Sue O Shelton, boy
Stnart and Lily Toole, bor.
Henry A and Lottie It PeeKe. 'zlrl.
Gcorro ard Millie Brown, bor
James and Mardo VV aahincton. boy.
John H and 3tary 11 lraxer. boy
Harry B. and MatUo Mitchell. strL
James II and Prancea Lanham. boy
Thomu H and LciU T. Johnun. rL
jonn ana uiuoetn Ulxzs. boy
Addison and Snaie Coleman. suL
William H Ajler. T4 rem. 1006 n St. e.
vimjel C. btrtrsfeUow. 74. Go?t Hospital Insane.
v-aannj j. Aaamj, 7. 3: s (i Are. e
Thomas D. Malloy, 52. Gort. Hospiul Insane.
Richard Crawford. 23, Bcnnlng. D CX
Ellen McMahoa, a), Washmiton Asylom Hosint-
Infant of Stnart S. and Lily D C roole. 8 hours,
1311 30th St. hi.
William H Hm. 3 years. 1125 W St nw.
Charles VVaiea. 33. Soldiers' Home. V C
Edna Lane. a. OjlumU Hospital.
Georji fi. Brown. 57, 1331 10th St nw.
Lerf Dickrmon. 60. Cirfeld nospitjl
Frederick Wallace. S3 116 D St. se.
Robert II Bankett. 50. Frrediren'e Ho.piUI.
Jennie Carrsnter 46. 12H Msdimi St nw
Martha. Brown. 24. Waaturcton Asjlnm HospitaL
John B. iToctor. I months. Sumner Are, Ana
eoatla. r. a
I'BOFXSSIONVL edccvtios in accodvt-
ancy Itartical wrrk esredaay adapted to men
eaplojed. 43-rar bultla. Call or ilimi Director
cr Education, a M. C A . 1T34 G St W aahlrrton.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES"
la BeTenth St. re. Unco.o IT2L
IAI frrCIENCE Or HEALT1L NATLRAL.
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Colondo BMc Fret lecture for vrcun Wedne-idaT
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Self-raiSine I Buckwheat It s economical, too
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BUCKVYneat whet than thoss of other brands,
CT t joer grocer a. No oonramers surlied.
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MAHONEY On Saturday. January 11.
1913. at 4..M a. m., at uaiutzin. 1'a-.
JOHN P. beloved husband of Minnie
Funeral from his late residence. 114
Third Street Northeast. Monday, Jan
uary 13. at 9.30 a. m.. thence to St
Joseph's Church. Second and C
Streets Northeast, where solemn
requiem mass will be offered for the
repose of his soul. Relatives and
friends are Invited to attend. Inter
ment in Mount Olivet Cemetery.
SWORDS On Wednesday. January 8.
1913. In New York City. CHARLES
Funeral services will be held at the
Georee P. Zurhorst funeral parlors,
301 East Capitol Street, on Sunday,
January 12, at 3 p m. Relatives and
friends Invited to attend.
GEORGE P. ZURHORST,
301 EAST CAPITOL ST.
tatabllabed ISC. CHAS. U. ZURHORST. M-.
J. WILLIAM LEE, Funeral Director
and Embaimer. Lreerr m co-mectioo. GcoamodToas
Chapel aad Modem Crematortom. Modest prtoae.
(S a-KuujltaBla Are. nw. Ttlepboa. alala UOL
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND IUBALMEB.
940 F Street N. W.
WASUINGTOX. D. C
rRANK A. SPEARE. Manai-r.
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