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S THE WASHINGTON HERALD PEIDAY RIDAYNOVEMBE1t NOVEMBER 9 1906
f FLOWER SHOW sll6 OPENS OPENSFine opii opiiFine
Fine Weather vV catllcr TJsiers In the thex theIETIES theClirysaaitlieiniini
I CIU1JSa11the1nUlll Exhi Exliijit Exliijitp x it itFORTY
p FORTY VARIEIESPRESENTED VARIEIESPRESENTEDI YA1JBTIES IETIES PRESENTED PRESENTED3Irs
Mrs Roosevelt Chosen Name flIflC for forPure forPure forPure
I
Pure White 11Ue Blossom IOSHORtAll All Grecn Grecnhouies Grecnhouses GreenJ1Oue
houses Threvrn Open for forat Inspection Inspectionnt In Jectou Jectount
nt the Propagating Iropagntinghybrid Gardens GarecDNew GarecDNewf New NewHybrid
f Hybrid Rose floMea a Floral Curiosity CuriosityFolly CuriosityIluny CuriosityF5ufly
Folly a thousand oC Washingtons WaablqtDnsftower WaahIegtonsflower Washingtonsflower
flower lovers took advantage a4ftD of yester yesterdays yeBterdaTs yemerflue ¬
days fine weather to visit vWt the chrysan chrysanthemum clu78anthenawn chryenth ¬
themum th munt exhibit at the War Depart Departments DepartIDMts Dertmeitts ¬
ments propagating gardens in the rear rearof rearor rearoC
of the Bureau of Bngrrrins uaith and Printing PrintingThe PrIitUUgThe <
I The exhibit was thrown open to the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public In the morning < It will continue coDtlnuetrom continuefromamto5p continuefrom
from fromamto5p I a L m m to S p 10 m m1eachdaySunday m1eachdaySundayIncluded each day Sunday Sundayincluded Sundaymclud
included d for one week under the direc direction 4Ilrectlon directIoi ¬
tion of of CoL Go Charles S Bromweil super superintendent superIntendent per perIntendeRt ¬
intendent of public buildings and grounds groundsand groundsand unda undaaDd
and Landscape Gardener Brown BrownAlthough BIOWDAl BrownAlthough
Although Al the chrysanthemums are the thecenter theeeater thecenter
center of attraction they the are by no nomeans nomeans
means 18 the only objects of interest for forall forRl1 forh
h all the greenhouses are thrown rowa open to toinspection toIMJHtOUoa toud1ng
inspection including ud1ng palms paIJDstJons roses carna carnations carnations ¬
tions tJons croton plants Ac c Among the theroeee thero theroeco
roeee e is a p beautiful new hybrid Xnown JaIOwnthe as asthe asthe
the Richmond like ilk a Jacqueminot and of ofa ofa ofa
a deep scarlet hue hueXRiiictl huelamed hueNamed
XRiiictl by uy Mrs Roosevelt RooseveltThe ROOleveItThe Roosec1tThe
The chrysanthemums comprise 9rnptlse prt8e about aboutforty aboutforty aboutforty
forty varieties in all each of which has hasbeen baaI hasbaea
I been brought to a stage of practical per perfectkm perfection perection
fectkm Among these a white beauty hu hasthe huthe
I
the honor of being be1n named by Mrs Roose Roosevelt Rooseve1t Roosevelt ¬
velt ve1t who christened cbrl eaed it the Lou Dillon Dillonafter DIllonater D1Iionafter
after the famous racehorse racehorseAnother raeehor8eAnother racehorseI
I Another pure white blossom easily IT toM toMby toMI to1 to1by
I
by its rotundity and the glistening bril brilliancy bril brilliancY brilhaney ¬
liancy of the petals is the Beatrice Next Nextto Nextto Nextto
to this Is the t e Brighthurst an exquisite exquisitepink exqulldtepink exqulattsf
f pink white the contrast is further bright hetghtened heIdItened brighteied
ened by the golden den petals of the great greatChrysoe pef greatChryoa
f Chrysoe ChrysoeThe ChryoaThe o oThe
The Okkma roaseaiei 11 11 TT 81 a peculiar charm cbmIfor charmfor charmfor
for it is of many mall tints Dta that th change c al almost almost 1 1most ¬
most as the opaline hues of the sea seashell MabelL e eshell
shell Another exhibit which came in infor Infor infor
for much admiration is Mistress Mary MaryMann KaryMDD tary taryMann
Mann a a deep pink of ample ampleAnother proportions proportionsAnother proportionsAnother
Another pure white wblte is Miss Alice Byron Byronwhile BYIOftwhile Byronwhile
while Mrs P C Knox Kame named after the thewife thew1fe thewife
wife of the Pennsylvania ytyanl Senator is a abright abnsht abright
bright yellow as Is the F S So Vallis V dis distinguished cJIs cJIsttngul dl dltingulehed ¬
tinguished by the remarkable length of ofits afIt ofIt
its It petals petalsOne petalOne petaeOne
One of th t oddities of the collection eoI1ecUoIIthe Is Isthe isthe
the Brutus Brut whose w great Bower are red redon redon redon
on one side and yellow on the other pre presenting ReHntlDlr preseating ¬
seating a a vivid contrast The H H A A Parr Parris Parris Parris
is yellow w not large but perfect in shape shapeand apeand shapeand
and with wendeveloped petals petalsHere petalaHere petalsHere
Here is my favorite said Mr r Brown Browngently BroWlagently Browngently
gently touching a a large round flower of oflight ofllKht oflight
light lemon color whose petals shaded off offto 0 0to offto <
to a deep orange in the center HQaIa this is isthe Isthe lsthe
the O T Baa ett and to one of the the1ft finest finestIn ftnestha
In the collection collectionA
A Floral Curiosity CurloMityA >
A floral curiosity is seen in the Mrs MrsPaul LPaul MrsPaul
Paul Sahut with blooms boos full six axIn Inches InchesIn Indiesin
In diameter and pore white wldteturniat gradually graduallyturning gesuaUyturning
turning > to a delicate pink nk MM J M MWilson XVlt1 MWilson
Wilson oB is a a creamy white wilke with tomon JCeDter tomoncenter ioacenter
center and odd petals longer than tha the theothers tileot th thothein
others at regular r8l U intervals intervalsThe i iThe InterVdLTb
The Tb Amorita is exquisitely pink and andround au4t
t d5 round while wh e Ethel Fltxroy with Ith red and andyellow IUIdyellow andyellow
yellow blossoms grows to the th astonish astonishing aatoldllbiDg astonIshlag ¬
lag height of six or seven feet Next to toAmorita toAmorlt toAmorita
Amorita comes William Jennings Bryan Bryandescribed 1k7aade Bryandescribed
described de as large white with delicate cIe11cate1IeIh delicateflesh delicateflesh
flesh tints tintsA tintsA tintsA
A particularly handsome flower is the theMagenta theMagenta
Magenta which at a little distance close closely dosey ¬
ly y resembles a a great peony while the theDazzfer theDazzler theDazzler
Dazzler a deep crimson on blushes like a aJune aJUM aJune
June rose roseChrysanthemums roeeChrysaAthemuma roseChrysentbemums
Chrysanthemums like geraniums 11Ib2S may maybe maybe maybe
be raised from slips 11II and Mr Brown was wasbesought wasbeeupt wasbesought
besought yesterday by hundreds of people peoplefor peopleS
I S for cuttings cu from the numerous varieties varietieswhich varietJeswl varietieswhich
which wl ch had taken their fancy The Depart Department Department Departmont ¬
ment is very generous neroU8 in this respect respectbut rapectbut respectbut
but no sUps aU aUi will be given < away Wy until the theclOll8 theclose
close of the exhibition exhibitionREV exhibitionREV exhibitionREV
REV JOHN ZHTGDON DEAD DEADyunerals DEADFunerals DEAD11unerals
Funerals of Ran Randall 1 nil ICIIIott and Dr DrDavitl DrDayfel DrDavlil
Davitl H Hazen Held HeldThe HeltlThe HeldThe
The death of th tb Rev John Klngdon Klngdonoccurred XIagdoRoccurred Klngdoaoccurred
occurred yesterday morning at atoclock 3 3oclock Jfi Jfioclock
oclock at his home in BoekvUle RoekvIIIe Md MdMr Ida MdMr
a Mr Kingdon was a Baptist minister dur doring durlng durlog
log his early ear y life but until recently 1 has hasbeen baabeen hasbeen
been employed in the Treasury Depart Department Department Departmeet ¬
ment from which position he besome resigned resignedsome resignedsome
some time since on account of poor poorhealth poorI
I health Mr Klngdon had for a ton ong time timebeen timef
f I been suffering i1feria from a complication of ofdiseases ofI
r diseases but a stroke which occurred a afew afew
I
1 few days day ago was the immediate cause of ofhis ofhIa ofhis
his death deathMr cleathMr deathMr
Mr Klngdon leaves a wife Mrs Mary MaryKingdon KVKingdon MaryKlngdon
Kingdon and five children Isabel label Mary MaryAlverda MarylUverda MazyAlverda
Alverda Carey and Byron Kincdon KincdonThe KIDadoaThe XlugdonThe
The funeral of Randall Webb Elliott Elliottthe EUtotttile gulottthe
the young man an who committed suicide last laet1l0nday lastMonday i iMonday
Monday evening was held yesterday af afternoon afternoon attarn000 ¬
ternoon at 2 2JG p p BL m m at the home of ofMrs ofrw ofMrs
Mrs rw Bowles 189 1 O > street northwest northwestwhere northWl8twhere northwestwhere
where Elliott bad made his home Her HerHerbert RevHerbert itevHerbert
Herbert Scott Smith of St Margaretfs MargaretisEplooppal MargaretfsEpiscopal arpretts arprettsJopt8C
Episcopal IC Church Chu performed rfOrmecl the cert certmony cerft coreI
t I mony The mtennoit Iftt t took place in Oak OakHill Oakrrm OakHill
Hill Cemetery CemeteryAt <
At 4 oclock yesterday afternoon funeral funeralervkses fuDeraJlIe funerniservices
services lIe were held over the remains of o oDr oDr
Dr David Henry HueD whose death oc occurred occurretl cccurved ¬
curved Tuesday last Jut at his home on onSixth ODSixth onSixth
Sixth street southwest 8OUth The Rev Mr MrDavis JIIrDa MrDavis
Davis Da via of Westminster Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PreebJtertanCbureh PresbyteeS
S Church conducted the services rvtces with the theRev thev theRev
Rev v G F Bitinger assisting The Themat re remains remains ¬
mains mat leave today for Philltpsburg Phlllipebu Pa Pafor Pator Pafor
for interment at that place placeUnder placeUndtT placeUnder
Under the direction dIreetto of Senator Klktas Klktasof Eiktasof Elkinsof
of West Virginia Vll1 nla arrangements have > ave been beencompleted encompleted beencompleted
completed for the funeral of his private privatesecretary lllYat1MOretary pdvatsecretary
secretary Mr Frederick I L L Davfaon Davfaonwhose Davisonwhose on onwhoM
whose death d th occurred urre4 last Tuesday Tuesdayeven TuesdayevenlD even evenIns evenlag
Ins lD at t EHcins W Ya Interment will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place at Kngltohtown N J 7 where Mr MrPavison Mrnavilon MrDavison
Pavison was born born and where his mother motherand mot motherand r rand
and sister now live liveThe UveThe liveThe
The death of Mr MrK E E Thompson re resulting reo reosuIting r rsuiting ¬
suIting from typhoid fever occurred at atLeesburg atLeeaburg t tLeesburg
Leesburg Va V yesterday Mr Thompson Thompsonwas TIaompaonwas
was fiftythree yean of age and had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been engaged In the tin aDd plm plumbingbusiness plumbing plumbingbusiness lq lqbuame
business in Leesburg for thirtyfive years yearsPEESIDEFP JUI8PRESmBNT yearsPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT REWARDS HBEO HBEOConductor EROCoutIuct ilEItOConductor
Conductor CoutIuct tr < Who V1i Ttlikocl Ute to Save SnveCJtildrelt SaveChildren SaveTh
Children Giea Modal JleilaJThe ModalThe
Th The President Iftnt has granted a m Imdal iiitihonor lal of ofhonor ofhonor
honor to Edward Murray a Ponasylva Ponasylvania Pn rlva rlvanla
ida Railroad conductor of nttsburg P1tt < btl g for forherotom frrheroism nr nrhUotIIm
heroism in endangering his own life M Mrtivc I Iave tvt
ave vt the live of two children cb M Hlthert i > ert and andMargaret anfrcaret arlMirgaret
Margaret rcaret Lewis who on January JanuaryBOG JanU1i JanU1iDOG JanuaryiIJ6 ±
BOG stepped upon the track in front of ofMurrays ofrras otMurray
Murray rras train trainMurray tr trainMurray n nMurray
Murray leaped from the engirus fngin s foot footboard footboard footboard ¬
board and lifted t > two oijlclrt eJi1rnn > n out of ofhan ofhlUDs ofharnfs
han hlUDs > s way T T > < lig jgi1 est es Jiesitation on onhis onhbJ onhis
his part or the iIiglitcst nisstop sstp St we wlurl wlurllune Wiulithave ulrl ulrlhave
have heen fatal to ti uH U UIn tr trIn t I IIn
In transmitting the medal to Murray Murraythv Murraytht UrTn UrTntht
tht Frisldtnt Ir s sdt t1t it in Jii h i iLs UHter said saidN saidt aid aiduN
t uN N jjrwUer honor hi > Jor can 3n he h won in civil civillift civilif civilIS
IS lift lif han ID you luve iO thus won I conKrat conKratulat congratulat cnngratulat
ulat you upon the ptrforniance rfunllaihe of such suchfout suc suchaftt l lt
aftt fout t i
r DAILY FASHION HINT
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The Feminine Type of Overcoat OvercoatThe OvercoatThe OvercoatThe
The overcoat Is just as necessary nece ary to the business bu lne s womans comfort and well wellbetes wellIt wellbelng
betes ae it is to Uw business man While 9iIIe lIe the same ideas of warmth and pro protection proWletlelt protection ¬
tection are expressed expr ed in both naturally one looks for a trifle more elaboration elaborationboth elaboratIonhotl elaborationboth
both in 1 cut and trimming In the womans garment Plain and practical but yet yetnot yetnot et etDOt
not aggressively so is the smart rt model that forms orms the subject of illustration illustrationThe illustrationThe illustrationThe
The material is i one of the new Kllmarnock tweeds that show a plaided surface on onboth onboth onboth
both sides sid the plates s varying snfttcientiy in size ami aRt coloring to make for a apleasant npleuaDt apiessent
pleasant contrast Gray and brown checks are prettily mingled In the cloth here hereand hereaud heroand
and a broad open box box is Iadedeed denned In a violet hairline balrH that divides the check into intoopen Intoopen intoopen
open squares The coat is J of scant doubktbreasted reuted pattern the bock b fitting fittingloosely fitting1ooeeJ fittingloosely
loosely 1ooeeJ and increasing hi fulness below the shoulders shou rs A yoke oke effect that comes comesbut comesbut comesbut
but half way to the center ceat < back and front is scalloped and pined with velvet olct and andgives ant1giva andgives
gives a faint suggestion ton of an Empire design The f sleeve is I extremely loose and andfull andcun andfull
full pleated above the wrist rt and caught ca ht Into Jn 8 flat band cuff c < Seal brown velvet velvetis
is used throughout the buttons being centered with it and the checked material materialused materJalu materialused
used for an outer rim The collar is altogether of the velvet with tth a fiat band of ofthe orthe ofthe
the check applied and so shaped that it may be turned up around arou d the throat throatshould throatsbould throatshould
should the weather so demand The Tb little turban is likewise like in seal brown silk silkbeaver silkbeaver silkbeaver
beaver and with a long Jo plume effect worktt 1Ot out in peftsee white ribbons At the side
NOTABLE BOOKS BY BYWASHINGTON BYV BYWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON V WOMEN WOMENA
A warm note of patriotic sentiment nUmeat nUmeato1IDded to toaoonded Isseunded
aoonded tat the small volume of verses versesentitled venaeaUtJed versesenatled
entitled The Heroine of the Hudson on and andOther andOther andOther
Other Poe Poems by 1 y Lillian Roaelt Messes Messenger kaeenpr Messesger ¬
ger and edited by the Heritage H e Press PressIncorporated PrelDcot Pressincorporated
Incorporated lDcot porated Richmond Va YaThe VaThe VaThe
The book is dedicated to the National NationalSociety NationalSocIety NationalSociety
Society DaUlfht Daughters of the American Rev Revolution RnohItioa Revolution ¬
olution of which orgmniatttaH UOII the author authoris lUlUlorII nattierle
is an active member and to which per percent Irceat perosat
cent of the sales will 11l be donated for the theMemorial tileMemorIaJ theMemorial
Memorial Hail fund fundIn hnNI1a fundIn
In her previous publications Mrs Mes Messenger II IIproved Messenger ¬
senger has proved herself a master of ofpoetic otpoetic ofpoetic
poetic eampession JeW an and thought She hi hiversatile IIvenltile isversatile
versatile in metaphor and imagination imaginationand I IaD4 imaginationand
and in her latest book a directness of ofhistorical ofb18torleal ofhistorical
historical association leads to the happiest happiestpoetic happiestpoetic t tp
poetic achievement The writer has caught caughtthe eat eatthe caughtthe
the spirit and atmosphere atmoa of Americas Americasstrongholds AmericaetronPolds Americasstrongholds
strongholds of scenery animated them themwith themwith themwith
with historical hl reference and set them to tothe tothe tothe
j the music of exquisite verse verseThe veneThe verseThe
The longer r poems poemaDO poemsnotably notably the one that thatlends thatIeDda thatlends
lends its title to the volume volu volumeand and nd another anothercalled aaothereaUed anothercalled
called Mount of the Holy Cross Colo Colorado Colorado Coleredo ¬
rado are in narrative form The former formeris
is faintly suggestive u tlve of Aurora Leigh m mstyle Ia IaKYle Instile
style Other poems pee are brief and lyric lyricMrs IyrteKn lyileMrs
Mrs Messenger knows her country inti intimately intI1IItely intimately ¬
mately and is at home upon the shores shoresof ahoresof shoresof
of the Hudson River and Niagara Niagarae NiagaraSbe NiagaraShe
She e has selected from history gems IIUI of ofincident ofiDcldent oflucident
incident that fit with exquisite nicety nicetyinto metybato nicetyinto
into the beauties of nature She has also alsoapostrophised aJlloapoatropbl8ed alsoapostrophised
apostrophised m bt verse heroes be Hke Fltz Fltzhugh F1tzhucb F1zhugh
hugh Lee and thus brought fact and andfancy aAdfanc andfancy
fancy fanc into a balance of rhythm as Inspir Inspiring lupIrbag Inspirbig ¬
bag as it is descriptively accurate accurateThe accurateTbe accurateThe
The final poem in the book entitled entitledSilence entJtleclSI entitledSilence
SI Silence is one of the choicest of the thecollection thecolIeeUon
collection Its name doe does not fully con convey coeVY cooroy ¬
roy its sentiment ntbnentthat that the best of all allthings aUthlnp allthings
things Is carried alone to God The first firststanza AntBtamra ftrststanza
stanza concludes concludesAnd coaclude8Jet concludesAed
And jet how iI low the main ura nest n t a a4 fek fekTta fair fairDIe l l7bi
DIe vies Mthat ble bat k kAnd IIAnd r mae maeAnd
And at the end of the second verse verseAnd VeJIIeBat verseet
Bat et D r rftae iweetat un unThe
The Mnt 111M 111MAnd lssi k mur murAnd
And finally finallyS
S So fa enths mtk 8 meet ttght awl joy whin 0 0be sthtis Ma Mai uvd uvdThe
i The gteOBT aimy bright er lata alN sf sfUk WI ass assAnd
Aa p U tb i dia lj ljUk
Uk 1Ae iInitssi pai to M of sikoee t toe swl a In InAad CRt CRtAaII h hAnd
And miry alone oar best b to Oed GtodThe OedThe QedThe
The Heroine of the Hudson and Other OtherPoems OtherPoema
Poema is bound daintily in tb the colors colorsof eolersof coisraof
of the National Society The halftone halftonefrontispiece balttonetronUspl halftonefrontispiece
frontispiece e is I a a view of the Hudson HudaenRiver HudRer HudsonRiver
River er from West Point PointA PohItMteworthY PointA
A noteworthy addition to the historical htetorkalHorary Idstor1ca1J historicallibrary
Horary is the Stpry of the Record RecordDaughters ReoorM ReoorMDaushten RecordsDaughters
Daughters of the American Revolution Revolutionthe RevolwtloRtile Revolutionthe
the joint work of Mary rarT S S Lvckwood and amiBmiiy 1UIdI andBinfly
I Bmiiy Lee Sherwood CXIw Mrs W H Ra Ragaa Rapa Bagait
gait George E E Howard Washington WashingtonD gtoll gtollD
D C publisher erThe publisherThe puWtoberThe
The work OIk which 1aIe1l te the first complete completehistory completeI completehistory
I history of the D A R ever offered o ere l to tothe tothe tothe
the public to divided into two parts The Thefirst Theftnt Thefirst
first contains sketches etcbes aDd photographs photographsof
of the six Ix presidents general under underwhose uPClerwhoIIe underwhose
whose guidance the membership has in increased Increue incrossed ¬
creased from IS signers on October Octo 11 11ttM U U1M 1119s
ttM to nearly 5SWO 5i in 19K reminIscences remlniscenceeand reml reminIscencesand 8DCa 8DCaand
and incidents following rollowt organisation organisationdrawn orpJIlaatlondrawn organluatlondrawn
drawn from thee societys as archives a achapter achapter a achapter
chapter on Insignia the work of the theboard theboard theboard
board of management t and that of the thevarious thevaz1ou thevarious
various executive departments enlight enlightenment enHgbtenmenl enlightenment ¬
enment as to Application Papers and andthe andthe andthe
the patriotic achievements acb of the society societyespecially ocl societyespecially ty tyellpeClally
especially during the SpanishAmerican SpanishAmericanwar
war and the societys connection with withthe withthe withthe
the celebration of the Louisiana Purchase PurchaseExposition PurehueExposttkm PurchaseExposition
Exposition at a t St LouIs LouieThe LouIsThe LouisThe
The second section of the book records recordschapter reeor8chapter recordschapter
chapter history in all the States and andchronicles IUIdchronides andchronicles
chronicles the progress pnl progreesof ltSSot of the war of the theRevolution theRevol theRevolution
Revolution Revol utlon in the thirteeen thfrtee colonies from fromthe rTOIRtbe fromthe
the battle of Lexington m ha Massachusetts Massachusettsto
to the surrender at Yorktown Va VaAlong VaAlong VaAlong
Along this road of events are set forth forththe forththe forththe
the incidents with which women were wereconnected wereconnect wereconnected
connected connect d showing what our fore foremothers roremoUhT8 foremothers
mothers did for the cause of liberty ll rty
There te also a chapter devoted to the theauxiliary theauxiliarythe theuxiiIarythe
auxiliary auxiliarythe the Children of the American AmericanRevolution jl1HrieanReolution AmericanRevolution
Revolution RevolutionAs
As a reference work invaluable to fu future luture Inture ¬
ture historians of the society this vol volumo volumebound ye yeumebound
umo umebound bound also aJ o in the th < colors of the Na National Natio NatioaI ¬
tional tio al Soeiwty Sod SoeictywIll tywm will appeal to every k lover loverof loverof > vr vrof
of American Amerl n history It Is delightfully delightfullycompiled dell delightfullycompiled btfulty btfultyompiled <
compiled and illustrated and the edition editionde editionde editiondo
de luxe printed on special paper pa r and andrichly andriChly andrichly
richly bound will have a limited sale at atOC at5oC
5oC 5 OC The Tbclesset lesser prices pr es are In cloth clothSlSrt clothS1
SlSrt 1 S1 ll hast lout 1lther her J200 full leather l56 l56iw 256 256Few 250iw
iw wumen Wuinc could be selected as well wellUtud w well4td ll llithd
Utud io compile such a work w rtt as Mrs MrsLockwood irskTtood 3iirsLockwood
Lockwood kTtood and Mrs Ragan RaganThe RaganThe RaganTh
The Th former Is honorary vice Ice president presidentgeneral plesidel1ilg preslden4general
general g ntrni for or life She was the first histori historian ¬
an general of the society and has been beenwarded beenardd beenwarded
warded ardd a special service medal Mrs MrsJlasur Mrsna MrsIagin
Jlasur na tn known In literary circles of Wash
ington where 1 she was as engaged in journal journalism journalfflfr journallent ¬
ism for several veral years 18 was recognized as asthe asUle asthe
the official correspondent during the Ini Initial InllIal mltie ¬
tie y yr ar of the soetetyg odty existence She Shewas Shewu Shewarn
was the first to acquaint the th press with withthe withthe withthe
the news of o the societys formation formationWriters COnntfonWriters formationWriters
Writers so directly dtJecU Interested in the thewelfare Utewelfare thewelfare
welfare of the D A R R have given giventheir givennocerqy j
necessarily their best literary litera efforts effortstOWllJd effortstoward i
toward the success voec of the Story of the theRecords theRecenll theRecords
Records and a wide sale is assured assuredA a urecltWnI
A third patriotic volume from the How Howard Howard Howard ¬
ard press is I the Pocahontas of Ella Lo Loratne 10ralaf Lorabin
rabin Dorsey It te issued l8 in paper form formthe Cor Corthe formthie
the cover embeMshod with an n illumi illuminated lIIumlJtN illumisated ¬
sated threecolor photograph phoc aph of the Al AlgommiH AIwhich Algonqobi
gommiH 2rtn prlwess < ttBS which adds vastly agy to tothe tUle tothe
the attractiveness attra tt of this popular edi ediIn 001u 001III odiUsa
u Usain
In view ew lew of the approaching a I exposition expositionthis expojlt expositionthis oa oatlds
this brief and embracive history hlsto of the theearly thecarly thecziy
early settlers and their gentle guardian guardianat
at Jamestown town Is timely Umel Miss 11es Dorsoy in ingraphic InpapbJc Ingraphic
graphic language laapa has produced a work workthat workthat j
that to bound to meet with appreciation appreciationamong appreelaUonamo appreciationamong
among amo the busy workers of the world worldwho worldwto worldwho
who have small II time to wade through
lengthy historical treatises Miss 1188 Dorsey Dorseypre DolSu DolSupreaeatbl Dorseypresents
pre presents ents her narrative rraLIe in thirty thlrt pages pagesand pagesalel pagesand
and not quite that number are devoted devotedto
to the appndlxMThe appendixesThe appendixes appendixesThe
The eight t cbarmiiig pictures which il ¬
lustrate the book reproduce th the original originalthe originalthe
the mooted and the Meal portraits portn ot
j Pocahontaa POC tu a picture of Capt John
Smith the rock and nd grave I of Powhutan Powhutanon
on the James River and the portrait of j
Lord Delaware whose wife presented Po Pocahontas Pocahontas P0cahontas
cahontas at the court of James I in Wlfi i
The six chapters devoted to the disco dlscoertnc dlscoverbig v I Ierlng
erlng and naming namt of Virginia the first firstookmy firstLolony
ookmy the driving dr1 nc at Roanoke the lost lostcolony 1Mcolony hostcolony
colony John Smiths Virginia and Puca
hontas are alive with interesting facts factssuccinctly CaetsI1ICetarUy factssuccIntJy
succinctly stated In the Introduction i
Miss Dorsey writes If this little pam pamphlet pamphlet pamphict ¬
phlet leads to a better understanding of
Its h heroine roin and a widerspread apprecia ¬
Lion of the service she
rT rendered our race raceand raceand
and country It will have fulfilled Its mod modest modcot ¬
est mission missionAttend missionAttend
eMAftem
Attend Y M f C A Annual Dinner DinnerThe DinnerThe DinnerThe
The International Committee of Young
Mens Christian Associations ASBOCll lons held Its an annual andinner annual ¬
nual dinner in New York last night The TheWashington TheW88hll1l1 TheWashington
Washington W88hll1l1 n Young Youn Mens Christian Asso Association A860elation Ascoelation ¬
elation was represented by President S
W Woodward George Otis Smith John
B Steman Jr James Sharp Gifford Pin Pinchot Pineliot
eliot Charles H Treat TTl ftt > Lieut John W
Crawford and Dd Edward W Hearn
ABOUT PLAYS AND PLAYERS PLAYERSThat PLAYERSThnt PLAYERSI PLAYERSThat
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That Rosenthal can do things to his In Inotrnment Instrument Iiiotrunient
otrnment In a technical way my that no noother noothor noother
other pianist pl nist has ever been able to do doand doand doand
and that he now now does d is them more master masterfully mllStertullY roasterfully ¬
fully than before la the general judg judgment jUdgment judgmeat ¬
ment of New York critics on his reap reappearance reappearance reappearance ¬
pearance there Wednesday t But some somecritics sarnocritics somecritics
critics complain the giant of o the piano pianohas planah1lmprGed pianohas
h1lmprGed has improved mainly In technique that ho hoshows hoshows hoshows
shows slight increase in sentiment or orpoetr orpoetry orpoetry
poetry poetr > i and fails to make enough use of oftho ottho ofthe
tho soft pedal However his playing of i iLiszt I1J I1JLfszt a aLiszt
Liszt concerto was so dashing and bril brilliant brilliant brilliant ¬
liant that It brought Ills audience shouting shoutingto
to their feet feetAlready teetAlready feetAlready
Already rumors are afloat In Now York Yorkthat Yorkthat Yorkthat
that Kyrle Bellow is so little of a success successIn successIn successin
In the dramatization of Conan Doyles DoylesBrigadier DoylesBrigadier DoylesBrigadier
Brigadier Gerard that speedy muster musterIng musterIng musterini
Ing ini out may be Icoked for or The failure failureIs
Is probably not altogether due to the thedullness thedullness thedullness
dullness of the dramatization nor to the thestiffness thestlfness thestiffness
stiffness of the star There are many in indications Indications Indicattons ¬
dications the public has had all it wants wantsof wantsat wantsof
of dramatized novel novelRobert novelRobert novelRobert
Robert Mantel played Hamlet in New NewYork NowYork NewYork
York the other night altogether too ro robustlously robusUousJy robustloushy
bustlously and melodramatically accord accordIng accordIng accoPiing
Ing to some of the appraisers According Accordingto
to others his melancholy Dane was re restrained restrnlnod yestrained ¬
strained almost to insipidity while the theactor theactor theactor
actor was so fearful to rtul ho might give way wayto wayto wayto
to his melodramatic penchant that he cut outsome cutsome cutsome
some of Shakespeares lines which appeal appealtoo nppenltoo appealtoo
too strongly to the gallery galleryAdele salleryAdele galleryAdele
Adele Ritchie will celebrate the thir thirteenth thirteenth thirteenth ¬
teenth anlveraary anhorBtu of her stage debut by bygiving bygiving bygiving
giving a few te r of her friends a luncheon luncheonadvertised luncheonadert1sod luncheonadvertised
advertised to cost 51 SO a plate Not the theleast theIt85t theleast
least valued of natures gifts to Adele was wasa wasa wasa
a very rich father fatherOn fatherOn fatherOn
On a popular referendum vote Sunday Sundaytheatricals Bunda BundahcatrIcal8 SundayheatricaIa
theatricals won out in Grand Rapids RapidsMich RapidsMich RapidsMich
Mich on Tuesday For years rs the theaters theatersof theatersor theatersof
of the town had given performances performancesseven performancesseen performancesseven
seven nights a week Recently the cler clergymen clergymen clergymen ¬
gymen apd church people Induced Induc d tho thocity thocity thecity
city council to pass a Sundayclosing law lawUnder JawUnder lawUnder
Under the towns peculiar charter a ref referendum reCerendum reterendum ¬
erendum was demanded on this and the thecouncils thecouncils thecouncils
councils action was1 negatived by a ma majority major1ty majority ¬
jority of the voters votersRichard votersRichard oter oterRichard
Richard Mansfield believes he has such sucha
a winner In Peer Gynt which hlch he pro produced produced produced ¬
duced in Chicago last weok with almost almostunheard almostunheard almostunheard
unheard of scenic embellishments that thathe thathe thathe
he will 11I abandon his repertory for the theseason thoseason theseason
season and give nothing but the Ibsen Ibsenplay 1b80J1pla Ibsenplay
play playSome pla playSome
Some of the theatrical pupwo JMPowrun run a reg regular regular regular ¬
ular going Into vaudeville headline headlineth headlinethese headlinethose
these th se days da One of the latest names ts tsappear 1aPPear t tappear
appear under it is that of Goldie Mohr Mohrthe Mohrthe Mohrthe
the little actress who Ito married Alan AlanWood AIRnWOO4 AlanWool
Wood WOO4 the Pittsburg Plt burg millionaire recent recently recently recently ¬
ly deceased Goldie was left a large bunch bunchof bunchof bunchof
of money but she cant nt stand the quiet quietlife quietlife
life UCe and has announced her intention to tomake tDke tomake
make ke a dash into vaudeville vaudevilleRose vaudevJlJeRose vaudevilleRose
Rose Eyting one of the beat emotion emotionactresses emotional emotionalaetr emotionalactresses
actresses aetr of other days has given up her herschool belschool herschool
school of dramatic art rt for a while and nd is istouring Jstouring istouring
touring the Northwest very successfully successfullyIt
It is said in In a Bishops Carriage CarriageThe CUrl CarriageThe ge geThe
The clever young actor Joseph Wheel Whaslock Wheelock Wheelock
ock jr has been compelled to give up uphla uphis j jhlci
his tour In Jut Out of College and andrew andreturn j jreturn
return rew to New Ne York for the purpose of ofsubmitting oCsubMItting ofsubmitting
submitting to another operation on Isis wiathroat tIsthroat Isisthroat
throat Later he will go g West We t in search searchof searcbof scorchof
of complete restoration to health healthPUtaoWK healthPlttsburg th thpttUJ
PUtaoWK pttUJ UI seems to think well of W H HCrane HCrane HCrane
Crane In She Stoops to C C4HMrMr fi < r r He HeIs HeIs HeIs
Is appearing J at th Ue Nixon there this thisweek thisek thisweek
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HOME COMMITTEE C03OHTTEEThree COMMITTEEThree COMMITTXEThree
Three Selected to Frame Cormtttu Cormtttullon CondUutlop Constitution
llon for New cn Association AssociationMr AisocIzttionMr
Mr Erne Ern t L L Thruattw of Business BiwinessMl BulnessMJ BusinessMiss
Ml Miss s Mary P Shipnun of Technical and andMtee andISM andMisc
ISM Lawr Lawrence no Wilkins of Eastern School Schoolware Schoolwere Schoolwere
were elected a committee oX three to draw drawup drawup drawup
up a constitution for th t the e High School SchoolTeachers SehoolTeeehers SchoolTeeeker
Teachers Association at yesterdays meet meetin meetIng meettog
in tog in the assembly Me hall eC f the public publiclibrary publicItbrary publiclibrary
library libraryMr ItbraryIr libraryMr
Mr Ir Harry English of Central High Highcalled HighCl Highcalled
called Cl led the meeting to order and explained explainedthe explainedthe explainedthe
the purposes es of the organization He said saidevery saidwry saidevery
every city elt of importance Im rtaAce had an associa association association assoelaties ¬
tion to discuss educational subjects con consider conIder conalder ¬
alder Ider methods ds of teaching and to work worktogether worktogether worktogether
together for self improvement improvementMr i iIr
Mr Ir Edmund S Xoyes of Central was wasBolected wasselected BS I I8leete4
selected as temporary chairmAn and Miss MissBHzabeth MissII1sheth I IElIzabeth
ElIzabeth B Baldwin of Business as astemporary astemporary astemporary
temporary secretary Mis Miss Ida M Daly Dalyof Dalyor Dalyof
of McKinley Manual M ntHll Training made a mo motion motlon mothou ¬
thou for the appointment of a committee committeeto commltt f I Ito
to draw ua u a constitution Amendments Amendmentswere AmfttdmEntswere
were offered end either withdrawn or orvoted orvoted i ivoted
voted down in countless number There Therseemed Thereseemed I Ie
seemed e med to be a tendency among some of ofthose ofthose
those present to have the committee com composed coJrposed conposed ¬
posed of representatives from various variousschools v variousschools rlous rlousschook
schools but this was objected obJ ted to on the theground theground theground
ground that the business bt of rival schools schoolswas sehoolswas schoolswas
was what they wanted anted to get away that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the committee was drawing up resolu resolutions resolutions solu solutlone ¬
tions for an n association rf teachers t cbers for forthe fortbe forthe
the general good irrespective of schools schoolsThe schochThe schoolsThe
The objection was carried carriedThe carriedTho carriedThe
The next time of meeting was also alsocause alsocause alsocause
cause for a lot of discussion but it was wasagreed wasagseed wasagreed
agreed that the committee on a constitu constitution constltutlen coostitution ¬
tion should report at S3t 30 Thursday Thur dR after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon November 22 tt at the public libra library IfbnaorlIernld libraryHerald ry ryHernia
Hernia Want nnt Ada Adawill Ad Adwill Adawill
will be received at Taylors T lors drug store storeSth store storeIth storeth
Sth th and P PitS sis nw and promptly for forwarded forwarilec1 forwarded ¬
warded to the main ofticc
FOR THE FEMININE EYE EYETba
TIM Tb petud 1M youn young ou son of wealthy wealth narents cfflmly took 15 s 8nn wn life the ether dtherday ethercht7 Otherday
day far as apparent r raori reason asori other other than life bad ccatfiU to Interest him Endowed EndowedJ Bndow Budowedwith d dwttll
J with good health presumably presumabl lie had been so Indulged and spoiled as to rob life lifeof lireof lifeof
of all Joy y and his grlefstriekon grlfstr griefstrek eken paronts have k lonG n Hours of regret ahead of them themIf themIt themS themIf
S
If the incident servos as n lesson to o other parents the sacrifice of the childs childslife chlldsnc childslife
life nc and the parents happiness haPptneM will not seem such a calamity as at first hearing hearingThere hearingThere hearingThere
There Is a host of children much of the same mind as this little be boy but probably probablythe probnblYthe probablythe
the idea of suicide has hn not occurred to them They Thc have exhausted all the pleas pleasures pleasurN pleasares ¬
urN of childhood and many of those they Ht8 ought toexpect to expect ClM < t later In life and know knowing knowIng knowlag ¬
ing little or nothing of the useful side of life there is nothing b better tt r than listless listlessness lIstlessDe81i listlessness
ness for them They rhe need new to have > their minds stimulated and strengthened by a afew afe afew
few fe disappointments and a wider acquaintance aequalnt1t Cp with simple ways of spending time timeA tlm tlmA timea timeA
a
A few days ago I came across acrSs a group of happyfacnd little boys not over overclean overcleaft overclean
clean searching for nuts for a Sunday Suma feast as as one of o them called It Bare Barefe Dare1tfttded Bareheaded
fe headed ded they hud raked among the leaves with the th thoroughness of a squirrel and andtheir andtbelr andtheir
their bo bosty ty was carried carried a wuy in p I peuer < u r bags bAg Do you supp BUIt SUPP5O s Se for ono minute minutethat minutethat mInutethat
that any Mud of nuts purchased at a shop would ould taste a fractional fr ctlonal part as sweet sweetas sweetu sweetas
as the motley collection opened up to my m Inspection Inspcction under the name of dog dognuts dogi dogauto
i nuts and pig nuts with a a sprinkling of white oak acornst acornstf acornstNone acorns acornsI acornsNone
I f S S SNone
None of these boys have any an desire to leave the world I am certain for it itteems Itte811111 itteems
teems with Interest for thorn They liave uive much yet to discover because they the are aredependent ared aredependent
dependent d eRt upon pon simple things Whatever toys to s they possess are of the cheap cheapvariety cheapvariety
variety rIt and not overabundant and whatever pennies they spend must first he bearned herned hearned
arned rned Some of the children of that class are of 1 real re < l assistance AMls an c to their parents parentsand parentsand parentsare
and are of course course developing an indepandnnce and capability that will make them themof themf themof
of f some sOme use us in the world There Is no o need of wasting one particle of pity upon uponsuch upon uponsuch uponsuch
such children what they lack In one direction is made up in another anotherGotten anothereoU9n anotherS
S S Sttton
Gotten wool children often have n hard row to ho host As long as parents can canstand canstaa canstand
stand < between tween them and the worlds buffeting conditions are passable but when whenleft whentt whenleft
left tt unprotected there is no salfassurance to fall back upon and there is bound boundt boundto boundto
t to be pushing which forces Jncompetency to the wall The meek are mere foot footbalte foothaUs foothalls
halls In the game of life and an meekness Is the assured fate of pampered pampr children childrenunless QhlldrenunleMI childrenunless
unless they happen to be arrogant in which case they fare precious little better betterArrogance betterArrogauce hotterArroganc
Arrogance needs money to make its acaoptance aC fptance palatable pal palatableU table l lIt LIt
U 5 5It
It is needkag dld cruelty to rob children of their joy jo in existence There Is no noneed non noneed
need n of depriving them of the pastimes of healthy healtb childhood and Introducing
them too early to the amusements that should be reserved for maturity mat rity Parties Partiesand ParUasand Partiesatid
and theaters are not real childish pleasures whichever whl hovor way 1S you look at them themalthough thomalthouth themalthough
although an occasional taste tw c of them may be harmless hannlo
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If You Want the th Metrostyle MetrostyleYOU
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The PIANOLA PIANOLAIN
N the musical world there are no two opinions about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
IN I the value and andimportance importance of the Metrostyle The Thegreat Thegreat Thegreat
great musicians whose opinions we are bound to torespect torespect torespect
respect agree with unanimity that it is the Metrostyle Metrostylemore
more than any other one thing that has taken the thePianola thePianola thePianola
Pianola out of the catagory of mechanical instruments instrumentsthat instrumentsthat instrumentsthat
that play in a mechanical wayxand has given it a high highstanding highstanding highstanding
standing in musical art artJJOQ artROSENTHAL artROSENTHAL
JJOQ ROSENTHAL WTKAT The Pianola with UI the Metrostyle te 18stlr isvastly
IVVJOlLri 1 liriL vastly stlr superior to all other piano pianoplaying pianoplaYing pianoplaying
playing devices which I have seen seenDArH seenPADEREWSKI seenPADEREWSKI
PADEREWSKI DArH DTTWQKT I consider C4 nskIer the th Metrostyle n6tro b16 Indls Indlspensable Indisponsable
ilLrcK YYOIl pensable to the Pianola and I Ihave IM Ihave
have M indicated my m interpretation of several compositions with withgreat withgreat ltk ltkgreat
great int intreill intreillHOFMANN < re rest restHOFMANN t tHnPM
HOFMANN HnPM A TMW Th The aietroityla pisces the Pianela beyond
JllVr JTiliiSl 311 01 11 onmnAtJtAnt onmnAtJtAnting competitors oomvoUtorsLESCHETIZKY competitorsLESCHETJZKY
LESCHETIZKY The Plano Pianola is the only planopIQ planopIQIllS pianoplaying
ing device deserving of serious eon eoflsldraMon COllsldra eonsldration
sldraMon sldra Ion Th The Metrostyle Metro tJle gives gtPf S the player a true and author authoritative kuthorltatlve authoritative ¬
itative guide to the proper interpretation of a composition compositionl compositionMOSZKOWSKI compositionMOSZKOWSK
MOSZKOWSKI l > rr C < 7KfWQK > T The Metrostyle develops a critical criticaltNJ criticaltaste
mwoflvvVYOrV taste tNJ f and enables enab1 one to acquire in inmusical Inmu inmusical
musical mu k I matter a competence that the most learned would wouldnever wouldnever oould oouldnevel
never find at fault faultrDTfTf CaultGRIEG faultGRIEG
rDTfTf GRIEG Before hearing the Metrostyle I had thought thoughtV thoughtthat thoughtthat
V vi that all such instruments were machines but it itis ItIs Itis
is indeed surprising what can be b done with the Metrostyle In Inthe Inthe inthe
the way of t Riving 11 Jnt the Intentions of the composer composerSeveral composorSeVentl composerSeera1
Several newspaper columns might be filled with similar evidence evidenceIn evidenceIn
In view of the emphatic pbaUc character of the testimony it is scarcely 5carcel under understandable underRtandable understandabie ¬
standable that any person prepared to invest a considerable eonslciara le sum um Jn n a aTlanoPiayer anaItOPlayer alpepIayer
TlanoPiayer would be willing to forego the Important advantages of ofthe oftilt ofthe
the Metros Metrolt7 Metrolt7Y Metrostyic MetrostyicYet tyle tyleYet
Yet Y t only oaI ta the Aeolian Companys matrnmants hMtromentsUul tha Pianola and the thePianola OMPiaP thePianola
Pianola PiaP Piano PIBoia is the Metreetyie Metre t7hto to bd found Wit The Tb baste basl patents cover covering coverIng covering ¬
ing this device vtoe prevent JJI the other PraMFtayera PI8 IIPJa FROM FnO I EVEN EVENTENDING PRE PRETENDING PRETr ¬
TENDING Tr DING to offer 0 < a Mfpstitute MfpstituteSanders siIatItute siIatItuteSanders tJt1lt tJt1ltSanders
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