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Live News and Notes of Happenings in Washington's Fraternal Circles
New Officers of Many Lodges
to Be Installed During
MEETINGS ARE POSTPONED
Games and Ceremonies Slated
for New Year Evening
Monday?Union No. 11, Beacon
No. IS, holiday.
Tuesday?Waahington No. ?,
Golden Rule No. 21, Amity No.
17, Mount Pleasant No. 2?, instal
Wednesday?K?stern No. 7,
Harmony No. ?. Friendship No.
12, Covenant No. ' 13, installation.
Thursday?Columbia No. 10,
baleni No. 22, Langdon No. 26,
Phoenix No. 28, itiightwood No.
Friday?Central No. 1, Metropo
lis No. 16, Federal City No. 20,
Saturday?Installation and so
Tuesday?Fred 1). Stuart No.
Monday?Naomi No. 1, Rulli
No. 2, holiday.
Tuesday?Fidelity No. 7, Friend
?hip No. 8, installation.
Thursday?Dorcas No. 4, instal
Friday?Miriam No. 6, installa
No tain? s will be roll?*! in the
bowling league tomorrow evening
?n account of the holiday, hut on
Tuesday Central will tueet Ferlera)
City; Wednesday. Washington and
bright wood; Thursday, Covenant
and Fred D, Stuart: Friday. Salent
and Mount Pleasant: Saturday,
Golden Rule and Harmony. of fl
eers of the leaguu are: Wilfred K.
Lawson, president: Robert A. South
Worth, vice president: Chalmers F.
Oroff, secretary and official scorer.
Ladies are Invited to witness the
Approval hau been tuen by
Grand Master Harry L. Anderson
for the formation of a band among
members of the several lodges, with
Luster L. Wehr of Covenant Lodge
No. 13 in charge. Theae who are
musically inclined are requested to
?end In their names and the instru
ment they play. A general meeting
Will be called early in January.
Grand Sire Luc?an J. Baatln has
Inaugurated a aaan plan whereby
he will be eiialiled to visit the en
tire jurlstliotion of the Sovereign
Grand Lodge, the first of whfch
will be held ut Baltimore January
4 and d, where he has lavtted for
conference the grand masters.
grand secretaries, grand patriarchs
and grand aerina? of I ?eiaware,
Maryland, New Jersey. New York,
Pennsylvania, Virginia, Went Vir
ginia and the District of Columbia.
The conference will be held in the
Rennert Hotel. Maryland being the
mother Jurisdiction of the order a
general invitation has beiti issued
by Grand Secretary William A.
Jones for all member? of bordering
Jurisdictions to join in a street
parade on the 4th at ? p. ni., coti
eluding with a public reception in
honor of the grand sire at the
Lvric Theater at 8 o'clock.
Federal City l.ixlpe No. 20 at a
rei-ent meeting, by unanimous vote,
passed a resolution indorsing Past
Grand Master John H. Wood for
re-election to the office of grand
representative. At the sume meet
ing, the lodge indorsed Past Grand
Master Bert V. Wolfe for re-election
to the office of grand secretary of
the grand lodge of the District of
Columbia. The officers-elect of
Federal City Lodge will be installed
on Friday evening by Past Grand
Master C. Dent Fogle and staff
from Friendship Lodge.
Officers of Canton Washington
No. 1 will be Installed on Saturday
evening, the ceremony taking on
an aspect unknown heretofore in the
Jurisdiction. when the rettrlnsr
captain. Alfred H. Noakes, will
present to his successor, Capt. Guy
F. Glossbrenner, every available uni
formed chevalier In company forma
tion. The affair will take pince in
the large auditorium of I. O. O. F.
temnle. At the conclusion of a
?hort business session a luncheon
Will be eerved by the ladles' auxil
iary to the Canton.
On account of the holiday Fred
D. Stuart Encampment No. 7 will
meet Tuesday evening, when the
following officers-elect will be ln
etalled: Elmer Cummlngs, chief
patriarch; John Vessey, senior
Warden: George Clarke. Junior
Warden: Samuel F. Frye, high
priest: Ernest L. Loving, scribe;
Rotiert A. Southworth, treasurer.
The annual New Year reception
Will be held at Odd Fellows Home.
1233 ? street northwest, tomorrow
evening from 8 to 11, Annie M.
Cole, treasurer of the Reliekah As
?embly. is chairman of the commit
tee In charge of arrangem?'nts.
The Assembly Home Circle will
meet W?'dnesday evening In the en
campment room" of I, O. O. F.
On Tuesday evening the officers
elect of Friendship Lodge will be
Installed by Past Noble Grand
ICmma J. Sh<-a and staff from
Tuseday evening the following
newly-elected officers of Fidelity
I^odge will be Installed by Past
Noble Grand Lila Pslley and other
paet noble grands from Ruth Lodge:
Nellie Mettler, noble grand: Alice
Alsot, vice grand: Nettle R. Mettler,
reco^-'lng secretary: Grace W.
ThmiT.isnon. financial secretary;
Flora O Schwinger, treaaurer.
MRS. G. WALLACE W.
II.M.F.K, of Washing
ton, who has strong hacking
in her candidacy for president
general. Notional Society
Daughters of the American
TO ENACT SCENES
? "Buddies" Will Be Presented
as Benefit for Local
Unit of League.
several members of iiie Women's'
Overseas S? I Vice Leauue will en-:
act scenes of Iheir service in can
I toons, pnopln?. chucotate ami cluni
, relies lo American ?loughbovM play !
in? In "Buddie??'' at th?? President
Theater ???? We.lnesilav night.'
when the Dv?raeas Leaftt? will,
, Rive a Lent fit |)ei foinian.e
Miss Marie ? ??? G beale?? ;it
the V. M. C. A. Hut. Walter Ree?
Hospital: Mrs. Fechan, hostess at
the lied Cross Hut, Mt. Atto Hos
?l>ltal, and Mi?? charlotte Sajrler,|
hostess at the Army Service ?'lub.
! Fon lljrar, ?lo not have to study
', for their parts, because they do!
?it even dey ?a their .'?oaectlvo I
The UiiKUe. whi? h has mor? than|
'thirty-five units in different States.,
I co-operates with these organiza-!
[ titano in their hostess and recrea?
lion work for the soldiers. The j
membership is composed of women I
who actually servetl overseas ?luring I
? the wur witii the army, the various
welfare organisations ?ir in lasa*
? vidual capacities, assisting the sol
? iliers and civilian populations.
The Washington unit haa a
memliership of ISO.
In order to raise fund? for the
, work of the league during the
| coming year a benefit performance
?of "Buddies" Is being giv? n. Elsie
Janis, a member of the New York
Unit, Is giving her services for
that evening. Miss Janie wae the
most popular entertainer .in the
A. E. F.
A reception on the stage will be
: held immediately after the per
? formance by Miss Janis, Miss
Klleen Wilson and Henry Huffy,
who take the leading parts in
B?)xee have been taken by prom
inent war workers, including Mrs.
Herbert Hoover, Mrs. Robert Woods
Wies. Mies "Mabel Hoardman, Mrs.
1 Theodore Roosevelt. Mrs. Wilfred
Du Piiy, Mrs. Joseph Loiter, Coun
tess Szcehenyi, Miss Alice J. Clapp,
Mr. Hlhbs and Judge John Barton
WILL HOLD 'KIDDIES NIGHT/
"Something unusual in entertain
ment is promis???! by John J. Cun
ningham. A. Brldwell and Oscar W.
Rlley for the annual "Kiddles'
NlKht" at the Masonic Eastern Star
Home next Thursilay. The three
entertainers are member? of the
Railroad Square Masonic Club.
JUDGES TO BE SPEAKERS
Justice Frederick L. Slddons. of
the District Supreme Court; Judge
Kathryn Sellers, of the Juvenile
Court, and Judge Mary O'ToOle, of
the Municipal Court will HiM-.ik at
a meetliiK of the Anthony League,
next Thursday night, at 1734 ?
street northwest. Miss Maude Alton
has charge of the program.
Goes in Hiding
CHARLES TOWN, W. Va.. Dec.
30.?Evltt's creek, known in Colon
ial nomenclature as "Evat's Run,"
Iwhich drains a part of this town,
I has abruptly disappeared about two
miles from here.
Some time within the past year
the stream,similarly disappeared at
a point nearer Ita source, hut a
. few cartloads of stone thrown Into
the opening on the side of the bank
which caugh? the silt served to
dam It and the stream resumed it?
normal pa satyre to the Shenadoah
river. But recently another open-j
in?.? appeared on the bankalde far
ther down the stream, the water
turned aside nnd the stream beri for
some distance was as dry a?
though water had never paeaed
| over It. |
HOT FIGHT EXPECTED
AT D. A. B. MEETING
Mrs. G. W. W. Hanger Here as
One of Two Candidates
for President General.
INDORSED IN DISTRICT
Platform Soon to Be Issued to
Carry Names of "Official
A bitter contest for the office of
president general of the Daughtera
of the American Revolution la looked
for when the convention of the or
ganization la held here next April.
Twu candidate? for the office are
already in the field. They are Mr?.
W. C. Story, of New York, and Mr?.
6. Wallace W. Hanger, of Washing
Mrs. Hanger haa the indora?ment
(if the Motrici of Columbia chapter,
and her supporters claim that sev
eral Stute ?irga.ni/.anoiiri already have
given their indorsement of her can
Mr*. Hanger will issue soon whnt
?he culls her "forewunl." embodying
? few of the principle? to which she
will pl.-diie herself. The "foreword"
?loo will curry the names of the wom
en who. at their invitation, will make
up her "official family."
Long Identified with the I). A. R.
Mrs. Hunger hue seen service on
many of its most important commit
tees, and ut one lime was chairman
of the building and ground!' commit
BSattVBO DI RINU WAR.
During the world war Mrs Hanger
was director of the Eastern division
of the D. A. R. war relief service and
established a record by her work in
tabulatine m-urly ?O.ltUO of the war
questionnaire? of the Daughters, on
which she gave report to th? Conti
nental Congress of 1?18.
Mrs. Hanger was born and reared
In Washington. Before her marriage
"he was Mis^ Lucy Oalt:
QUITS LODGE OFFICE
AFTER ^8 YEARS
W. H. Wessells. Long Secre
tary of Potomac Council.
Has Splendid Record.
Poni?me t'oum-il. Xationul l mon.
h.-id .?, well attend?^ meeting on Mon
day evening, the occasion being tao
annual election of officers: The fol
lowing were elected for IfeS ?oinl'ig
year: R. ?. Montgomery, president;
E. I). Milsi.ad. vice president; M. J.
Hole, ex-presid? nt: S. H. Jacobson.
speaker; E. F. Oibliona. secretary;
.1. E. H.ulauii. financial secretan?:
W. I?. Clarke, treasurer; O. W. LtiWe.
chaplain: J Retar, usher; K. B. Mc
Culley. sergeant; Charles J. Hunt,
The special feature of this mating
was the voluntary retirement from
office of the recording secretary, W.
H. Wessells. who has held this posi
tion In the council for the last twen
Wessells presented a report on th?
history of the council from it? or
ganization thirty-two year? ago. A
vote of thanks waa extenfled to Mr.
Wessells. At the conclusion of Wes
sells' report. Frank E. Ferguson, ex
president of Potomac Council, pre
sented him with a gold watch and
gold watch fob bearing the emblems
of the order.
I'nder the good of the order, at
tendance prizes were presented to
Friends Ciblions, Wolowitz, Reeder
and Duliols. A committee was ap
polnted to make arrangements for
the installation of officer? at the
McKinley Council met on Tuesday
evening and elected the following of
ficers for the coming year: J. B. K.
Lee, president; W. J. O'Brien, vice
president; H. J. y ta hi, speaker; W.
E. Peake, ex-president; R. J. Jones,
secretary; W. O. Betts, financial sec
retary; W. H. Jefferles, treasurer; C.
S. Harris, chaplain; T. P. Ryan,
usher; R. H. Arnold, sergeant; J. F.
Central Council held its regular
monthly meeting and elected officers
as follows for the coming year: E3.
E. Evans, president; George O. Au
guste, vice president; J. Brock, ex
presldent; W. H. Jett, speaker; C. D.
Shreve, secretary; J. Jacohi, finan
cial secretary; II. C. Surguy, trees
urer; L. Behrends, chaplain; C. L.
Crymes. sergeant, O. Copenhaver,
usher; Mr. Small, doorkeeper.
Scott Council held Its regular meet
ing on Saturday evening and elected
officers for the coming year as fol
lows: Dr. J. T. Curry, president;
William Lohmar, ex-president; T. H.
Dawson, vice president: William
McK. Cobb. speaker; George 8. Liv
ingston, secretary; John H. Bell
financial secretary; K. A. Warfleld
treasurer: Dr. F. K. Swett. usher:
W. D. Slaughter, chaplain; A. p'
Brooks, sergeant; C. A. Fabritx,
Father Leads Sixth Son
Into U. f. Army Ranks
NEEDMORE. N. C? Dec. 30 ?
The eighteen year-old son of M W
Breedlone. of this village. Is going
to enlist in the United Stntes Army.
? He will be Mr. Bre?dlone's sixth
j son to enter the military service.
The father has written MaJ. Rob
I ert S Lvtle, recruiting officer at
I Fort McPherson, Ga? asking for
I transportation for his son.
CLOTHIERS TO MEET.
FAIRMONT* W. Va., Dec. 2?.?
Clothing merchants of the State
I will gather here January 1? and 17
for the annual convention of the
West Virginia Retail Clothiers As
sociation. Representative? of the
National Association of Rotoli
Clothiers will ' be on the nrogrura
I for addreaseo.
Dancing and Frolic Follow
CONCERT NEXT SUNDAY
Dinner Planned for Grand
Exalted Ruler of
The second annual beefsteak din
ner and New Tear'? Eve celebration
of Washington Lodge of Elk?, No.
IS, was held at the clubhouse last
night. The affair was a gorgeous
.me and well attended. After dinner,
dancing, fun und frolic followed
until midnight. Ik-autlful novelties
were distributed to all the ladies'
present. Howard M. Peter, P. HI
R., was in charge, assisted by the
trustees, Gun Brahlcr, ,lam?-s Fanelli
and F. V. A. Brown.
Major C. Bufane Kdwarde an. I
nouaee? that the drill team of,
Washington Lodge will not ?hill '
tomorrow night. The m xl assem?,
bly and drill will take place at 7:30 _
p. m. January 8.
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CONCERT NEXT HCNIMV.
All members of Washington ? .?..???
and members of the order and their ?
friends are Invited to attend the1
first benefit concert of the Elks
Hand" of Ihe lodge next Sunday
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock ??t the
President Theater. The following
.-ni? *ts will assist in making the
program a real treat to lov.-r? of
concert music: Gertrude Lyon?,
lyric soprano; Herman R. Hoffman,
violinist, and Arthur S Witcomb.
The next meeting of the centrait
tee in charge of the reception end
dinner to be given a' the Willard
Hotel in honor of 'he grand
exalted ruler, on February ?'. will
' he held immediately after the itgu
lar s?sslon next Wednesday night.
? Ri nervations should lie mad? t Inoligli
' Secretary William S. Shelby at om.e.
Nagt Tuesday at 7:4? n m the
. membership committee of ?Vanilina
i ion Lodge will meet to pasa on
[applicant* for memaeeehip
!l?AN(KS ItKSI MKTI.
Jame.- A. Balderaon ?halriiusli of
;he ilsti'?? lOmniittee ? utMMincvs 'lia
the weekly dance? on Thursday
.lights have be? n reetttued. Mem*
. lers of the order and the lud?,?? can
obtain cards of udritittaii?.? from
, ' 'hairinati l!ald?isoii or a ? ? intu?
ber of the committee.
On Pridu\. next. In? Elks bund
of Washington L?jilge will Imld its
final rehearsal under Dtrertoi
Arthur B. Witcomb. before app. ar
Ing in the benefit concert t?i he
! given by the hand st the Presili???!.
| Robert Barrett, Past Dtatrict
I Duputy Grand Exalted Ruler of the
? Jurisdiction of Virginia, at a ??
? cent aes.in.il of Washington Lodge,
: delivered an address on the service
i which the Elks rendered to the
? country during and after the war
The following members ?if the
Order register.-d at the club" house
of Washington Lodge, during the
liaxt week: ? !. G. ('line, Alllance,
? Ohio; L. Fisher, Omaha; W. T.
? Trusten, New Orleans; (J. a. John
eon, New Haven; J. J. Heard,
Alexandria. Va.; William Dowie,
Utlca; P. D. Krels. Knoxville;
Joseph ? Korey, Phoenixvllle, Pa.;
J. W. Moorehead, Pratt, Kan.;
Everet McCarthy. New York city;
Joseph Zimmerman, Yonkers; John
P. Oarber. Cambridge. Ohio; H. W.
?tuder. Clarksburg, W. Va.: R. G
Preselng, Olean, ?. Y.; P. ?. Law
son. Corey, Pa.; J. T. Davis,
Brooklyn; Frank E. Smith. Derby,
Conn., and Leeter Anetern. New
La?t Sunday afternoon and even
ing the Clown Band of Washing
ton Lodge, under the leadership
of Harry Given, vieited Washing
ton Asylum Hospital, St. Vincent1?
Orphan Asylum, and several other
institutions and entertained the
Joppa Lodge of Masons
Installs New Oncers
Joppo Lodge Chapter No 27 held
It? Installation December 20, with
Grand Lecturer Teachum as the In
stalling officer. Numerous gifts
Matron Annie E. Scott announces
that the second birthday party of
the chapter will be celebrated Jan
uary 3, when an entertainment will
for This Weekl
TDK Women's City Club?
with headquarters at 23
Jackson place, announce? the
following program for the
Monda}, 5:30 to 7 P. M ?
Turkey dinner In grill for
members ?nd guest?. 9:30
p. m.?New Year dance.
Tuesday, ? P. M.?Dinner
and meeting of French eec
Wednesday. 8 P. M.?Busi
Friday, 7:40 P. M.?Meeting
of public relief committee.
Sunday, 4 to ? P. M.?Tea
and illustrated lecture on
"Maya Arts and Architecture,"
by Dr. Morley.
K. OF C. HD DAY;
Musicians to Make First Public
Appearance af Christmas
The Knianti of Columbus Usad,
of Washington, will make its Him!
public spoxaranr? this nftornoon at
I uciock in the Ki.ights or Columbus
Mall. &1K Tenth street northwest, un
der Karl Schaefer. director, at u
'hi iBUnua tree Salty tor the orphans
Of the city. It IS expected 1.01)0
children will attend.
Er.ui. ?< ?. M ' '??? oust gland
knight of Carroll Coundl, i? presi
dent of the Itami, ami Th.unas Cui
ten, of Washington ?'nun? il. is
masut??!? W w. Andaman i? sec
The ha d non number? about
I sixty members. The i>ro?xum this
i ?ifternoeri will in? lude Chrislinus
' carols un.? n.ai? ties.
Helo-.?? sols Will (OiHiilue lo be
[held ?j ? Siindav monnng at II
o'clock. Thi>- stornine, however, tu*
rehearsal has l?een ?jiniited. .?? ??
? Hunda) th? band will begin re?
I hoanala lor ? concert ? the spiu.g.
lAurotl Puuncit, No 177. Kmrhie
of ? '..Inn oits, will tttoai on Tuesday
venlng In It? hull on Tenth street
northweei Grand K niant James t.
Rvan ti ?1??- rhalr FoUowin? the
???, ting Informal ?? .tertainntent will
I . .___
Federation of Women's
Clubs Will Meet Tuesday
'III? n.Mt ?,. t of OalumMs Federa
tion nt tl'amen'a ?'lube will hold ils
nonti.\\ m?-?-tIHK on Tuesda> ev?n
iiK at ?;3? o'clock st th?? keadojuar?
uro of ? h?? Banoral r??4ora??Mi. l"?*
. m reel northwest.
Report? of the biennial ?riti be
-:iven by Mis. BBbS Logan. Mia.
virginia White speei M'?s Cornelia
Mill and Miss L. Williamson At ?
o'clock a musical and literary pro
gru?? will be given. Mi? Louis X.
(leldert, national ptesid?-nt of the
j League of American Pen Women
will give ?.el??.'ti..ns from her writ
ings. As the busineSH meeting will
be curtailed club women are inyited
to bring their husbands.
American Yeomen Form
First Branch in District
Capitol Issssistisd. NO- MM,
Brotherhood of American Yeomen,
was organized with twenty-two mem
bers December 19 by State Manager
Charles lt. Bratton. The following
officers were elected: Foreman.
I Charles B. Bratton; at. of C. B. F.
! Williams; M. of ?.. Jack Rohr; corre
spondent. Mrs (Snice Spengler; chap
'lain. Mrs. Elizabeth Brewer.
The next meeting will be held at
the Marceli?? Stipilo, F and Eleventh
streets northwest. This marke the
entrance of this society into the
District and Maryland. A campaign
to build up the organization will be
Veterans to Install
Officers January 5
Xational Capital Post. Xo. 127,
Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet
January 5, when the newly-elected
officers will be installed by Depart
ment Commander Anton Stephan nnd
staff. Commander-elect Brandon an
nounced that committees will be
named immediately after the in
The question of discrimination and
Infringement against former service
men in npp?>lntments nnd retention
to Government positions will be dis
cussed. The bonus question, adjusted
compensation, and equalization of
pensions for all veterans also will be
Be "not at home" to sick
Headaches and Colds?take
In the Threet Point Box, 25c
Phyeic.an?' Size Bottle, 75c
A It IS?
Dr. John ?. Payne Visits
Courts in Moundsville
Court National, Ind?'|x-ndent Or
der of Foresters, has been nwting
in their new hall, Eleventh and ?
street? northw?'st, during December.
Dr. John B. Payne, genera! man
ager for the District, left sVedneedajr
for West Virginia, visiting ihe court
at Moundsville, Thursdav night and
Friday night he visited the court at
Clarksburg. He will return to this
At the last meeting of Court Na
tional the following off ?cert wer?? '
Court physician. Dr. John B. j
Payne; court deputy, D. W. Call;,
chief ranger, William B. Wright; vie? ;
ohief ranger, John I.. Farley; last';
chief Ranger, C. W. Thompaan; sec-.
r?-tary Mark E. Shanalieigci finan?!
dal secretary, Georg?? E. McNeil;
assistant financial aarratary. Mi?s|
Virginia Payne; treasure!, William :
H. Ibsiver; ?nato.?. Cleri ?ici Collet!; ?
?upetiateaeent, .luv?nil?- Court, Mr?.j
Florence K? ins; organist, Mt>. .1. U. j
Payne; s?-nlor woodward. ('?. V. Mc
Intyie. jutuiir ? imilv ani Willi.im Mc.
Vicar; senior handle, Joeeph Frlea;i
junior be edle, Dr, J. E ilegttery;
I mat eoa. Morgan K. Morgan, Fred!
\\ . I'furiU'i'll mil A. .1 MetTel'i
finance committee, Charlea E. Weeel,]
William McVloar and Henry Helta |
Th?? installa lion will tak? alar? ai |
?the next meeting Januarj ?'. at
! ? hi<h tun?? anoihi r risma v. ill I?.? iii
Itiated. At tlie la.si meeting ' iii'eii
were Initiated, bringing the inein-!
I'l-nhip of the ? oui; U|< to a high I >
Clarence Collett, ? tnvmbei of th?
court, baa been at Klkine, hi? Weal
Virginia h?.me since before Cariai?
A. J I5.ilnei:, win- transferred j
fioin iiis home ii)-Jll ?u Main.? is
the hi-nd of the new buaineae ??>?????
ment of the Munaer Tritai Compan>
The next in?r"tii'g Will be .lanital \
Vi. when the ? nief ranger of the
? ardor la >??? cted to be nrenent
Women's City Club (.?ves
Its Turkey Dinner Today
? tui?;?';? dinii-i for member? ?ml
i'iieaiH ?>t Use Women's City Club
will la m rv.il in tin- grIH fruii ?* ?'<"
tu 7 today. Th?? eaiertulnnieni ?~-?>?? > -
mitte? will iriv?? ?? dance at '?'?'?'?"
o'clock tins evening Refn-ehins.ru.?
I will be served in the grill
The regular muet hi) bn sinee?
Imeeting will b? at I p. m w.?in.
| day evanlHB'. Th? DUhleci r? I.? ?
? ? uiuriiiu??? will iue..| -?t 7:jn ?> in
Friday evening. Tin* committee
?nnuunjee a dinn??: loi WetlrteMda)
ntahl.' January i? Mr? John B.
Bennett, found.? ?,f the Children'?
?mergeru-y Home, will speak, and
'Mrs w. ? Cheuarieriahi will pre
l?r. S.liVMIUIS <; .Mllllel ,)l' th??
I'arnegfe Instimi., will give an il
hteirated lecture on "Mara aus
.nid Architecture" at the.ten from
* tu ? aa next Snudai
Federation of Women's
Clubs Will be Hostesses
The District of l'illumina |????. m
timi of Women'? Club? arili gii?? ?>
dinner to the Board ?? fleneral Fed
eration of Women'? Cluha on January'
10 at thwaClty ?Muh.
More than seventy prominent club
Women in the United Stut.-.s nill at
tend ? meeting of th.? Hoard uf tien
? rai F?d?ration, which comprine? tin
officer?, director? from all th?
States, Stat.? preeidenta, and chair
nun of departmenta. Mr?. Frank
Hiram Snell. ITS1 Twenty first ?treet
northwest, is chairman Of the com
mitte* in chars? <>t arrangement? rw
HO W ? R ? ? ? ? R S U ?
(?????, commander of
Kqualit) -Waller Reed Post.
Veterans of Foreign Wars.
This post is made up largely
of ex-service men al Walter
Annual Kiddies' Christmas
Entertainment Is Held at
Ti.? Mil ual Ridille?' Chrisinio* en?
tertalmnent nt Kalllnolls Grotto was
h? Id ut Mason li Temple Thursdoy
alu m.m?n. ?h.n fully itali children
,f ih. Grotto .mil a niiiuhei from
til. MUMIIli?' und tiaatcrn Stai Molile
???? entertain?d. .h hu Reh showed
; I.ih and Judy, ti al ned animals and
mur'... ? t.? s ?? - Kinlthoon'a dan
? .?ini.? elusa executed - ve?a1 nunibera
md Int:? Miai l.\> did ?ohi dancing.
Tue ? lie?'?? band played and S.mtr.
??Tail? ???? ..??? ????1 In foil ;.:ilit'. H?
?shi.i.i huniia ?ritn a?! the young ?lei1?
; and had u ? l't 1er ? .. ?
Past .vi?? neh ? bai...s \ dteveus
I ?ras i'liairtni'n r.f ? hi affair.
1 Mi i.i.ii Pickering has niiu.-ir'i
ihat a large delogutlon of prnnhet?
attend h im-ciing ?if the Vaughn
? Htbli Class al Calvan Bsptlsl
?chili, rt on the unirmi;; ol January
' S*. Pronhi I <?. A < ' ?limi. is
?chairman ul the committe?? op ar
, 1:1 nt. in. ills ?nd Will Issue a ilclailed
| annoti . einem ?I an ? uriy uai. .
? ?????|???? ? .lau?? s H McCarthy, ia-?
I master ?? Wa?hlnBtnn<7entennial
I i.odir?. who ha* been ?bsent In tha
I W..-1 for a ynu .1 inoli, is hunt? 00
[it short visit.
Mast?, if Ceremonies William P.
?Jacob*, chairman of the dance com
| mit tee of the Croit., hand and dgum
cortas, uiiiioii c??? January 17 oa the
date of the ?? m dan?*.
Tin annual election of officer? of?
the Grotto will he rn id on Januar}
26. The nominee? are: For mon
arch, Henry J. Goniners; fe? chief
justice, William P. Jacob?: for ?.?is
tir of c?r?monie?. Paul <* Grove ?nd
Irwin It. Robinson; for treasurer, Jo
seph II. Curran; for secretary, E. W
i Libili y, P. M.; for sentinel. Alex.
Schmid, and for trustee. Edward S.
I Schmid, P. ?. M
OF ?. Of C. TODAY
Fourteen Hundred Expected
to Attend Christmas
The annual Christina:: tree |>aiti
for the IW Meal IH of Washington, un
der the auapicea of I Ik- Knight? of
Columbia?, will tak? place this after
noon ut 2:30 o'clock.
More than 1,400 orphan?, will at
Invitations ha\.' been extend??.!
St. Hose's Technical School. St
Ann's, St. Josephs. St .Vincent's,
Christ Child Society. I?pl*copul
Home, Jewish Foster Home, Gisipi 1
Mission, gnnet?n? Home, St. Mary's.
Piscataway, Maryland. St. Dominic:'?,
Providence llay Nursery, I'raulin?
Sisters' Day Nursery. St Peter's,
St. Aloysius. Church, Bruen Home,
Holy Trinity Church and Holy N'ain.
Church. It is expected all orphuns,
regardlee? of creed affiliata ?? will
napond to th. Invitation.
SANTA WILL Bh T1IK.R1..
Preoeata win La. aiatrlbuteil io ihe
children and a vaiali ville entertain
meni has been arrunged. Charlea W.
Darr i.? chairman of the entertain
m. nt committee.
The program follows: March by the
Knight.?? of Columgu? Band undei
Th?? direction of Kail S:ha<-f? ' .
Juvenile number? from the ^Oolum
1 hui School of Kxj)res.sior, tie Lyoa
(Quartette and Knights of Columbus
'Mown l mm! i'unch and Jud sin?
umici' ih?? direction oi .1. L. h.h. An
addreai of welcome will be ? ?Vende?!
hy ??. Darr, and a short addreai
will be delivered by Cant. Jumea if.
Oyatet, win. will b<- tin gueet of
Oil.? of ihe Urgeat Irees III .??>? ??:
baa been set up in th. main basi
.uni Salila l'luu?? Will d.tlrlbu ?
..IVill HF ITS KIND.
The aliali is ??.? Ulli I h ui ?!?
kind. Th. general cvmm.ttee
l headed by Benjamin I?' ?Vita-;
rand knight oi Carroll
It'ourn.il. a.-.-i.-t.-d by M
? Michael D. Dcbaefer, Jan,? -
111 Van, .lohn Burns, Jam's ?
Kdwurd Tucker and Thot
I naliaher. John .1. Lynch le
? .->?> ?? t.il?> Of th.- ? omiiutl-?
Vlis. Aliic Bi.-Usier, grano
of th?- Daughter? of Ual
chairman of th.? commit)
D ? lighters of Isabel!;, ?tre '
lug .. mont active part In Um trorl
? h.-.iti ? cu it ree ? cara ai?d .niton??
inles will tak?? the children io th.
K. "f I", home and return.
Bw-aUeV of tin rules of '..??? Insti
11.1...n th? follnWiiig homes will mi
I ? .liilc to have ? li. ir children ?
t.nd the party: Washington Clt;
?Orphan Asylum. Honae of Hood
Shepherd and th?? Baptist Horn?
ll'andles and toys wer? aunt to t'.i -?
Bar Association Scores
I.VM 'HBCRti, Va., De? S0.-?Th<
I.? in lilnirg Bar Association ha? de
? lined to i?-i|Uest d.sbai tuent pr
c-eedinga againet A. H. Light, formi
rotnmunwealtb a attorn?} for Cam
bell county, bet adopted ? resolution
In which th. former official
severely censured for alleged pre?'
ii?e while? states attorney
Several ?reek? ago Light am?
forced to leaign to prevent furth<
prosecution when ?>?\???.-1 evil so -
went ngaitist him I'm' Judgment* In
money sued for. which he was .ill? r.
to have taken wrongfully as pros.
u. d. c7togive reception
The annual reception of the l'i
triCl of Columbia division, L'nitcd
Daughter? of the Confederacy. i:i
? honor of the Coi-.f. derat. Veterans
will be held at the Confederati M.
?inoliai Hall, tomorrow afternoon
1 troni :'. to fi.
The Ha venner Baking Co.
Announces the Sale of Its
Horse and Wagon Delivery Equipment
at Public Auction
Tuesday, Jan. 2nd, 1923, at 10 a.m.
At the Bakery, 476 C St. N. W.
B. P. Dougherty, Auctioneer
The sale is made necessary because of the elec
trifying of the Havenner Delivery Service and
23 Sets of Single Harness
3 Sets of Double Harness
Together with separate pieces of harness,
blankets/weights and other livery accessories?
all in the very best condition.
For further information, inquire of
476 C Street Telephone Main 781