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v THE WASHINGTON HERALD WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1906 7
I WEDDED WED DED FIFTY i YEARS YEARSJttr
Jttr and a1l 1lIlS < Mrs Isaac Hitt Cele Celebrate Celebrate ¬
brate GoMi Gold llAnu Anniversary AnniversaryBOTH AnlliveasaryBOTh VelsarJT VelsarJTBOT11
BOTH ARE m WIDELY KffOWU KffOWUCeremony OWN OWNCtremOI1
Ceremony CtremOI1 Includes Family Dinner Dinnernnd Dinnernnd Dlnncrand
nnd Friend and Relatives A AudNt AudNtAged I it
Aged Bride nn and l Bridegroom Ex Exchange Exchangc ¬
change fling After Half Century Centnryof CClltnryof
of nn Eventful Married Life LifeThe LifcTto
The golden uk1eii wedding anniversary of ofIsaac ofIsaac ofIaae
Isaac R HlU ST and afl Mary Hyde Brown BrownPlitt BrownHItt BrownHilt
Hilt oeerred yesterday J Mr Hltt was wasborn wasborn w
born in JSSS at Booneboro Md of Ken Kentucky KentU IContucky ¬
tucky tU < ky and Maryland parentage lived at atVincennes litVincf t tVtncenpeo
Vincennes Vincf > nnetl Ind during durln his boyhood was wasgraduated wasgraduated wongraduated
graduated at Asbury now De Pauwj PauwjTnlversity Pauw Pauwtnlverslty PkuwVnlverslty
Tnlversity In Ii Indiana IJtdIaDa in 1SH and began beganhis beganl1is bagon11s
his business bunIn eareer as a lawyer in inChicago InChicago inhliago
Chicago hliago IH in n 1852 His HI residence was wasat wasat wonat
at Evoneion E on II m after 1871 where lie liewas heas liewas
was as deeply interested Intere > sted in the development developmentof
of that hat educational center and nd was a8 anne associated a880dated ¬
dated with educational edueatt < nal interests of both boththe boththl boththe
the literary and r religious lgtous schools with withtheir withtheir 1th 1ththfir
their varied branches braneh He was aii park parkcommissioner parkCommls perkrnmlnm1oner
commissioner loner of the city of Chicago for forirany formany
many years y 1rs prior to 1171 1171He 1mHe IS
He moved moved to Washington eky in l 1M 1Mand 1k t tand
and has continued the practice of law lawhero Jawtere
hero to this this date date his son sons Isaac R R Hitt Hittjr Hlttjr Htttjr
jr being bei beIa now associated with him himMrs himMrs
Mrs Hltt was the daughter of Her Herand Reyand
and Mrs Arza Brown of the Cincinnati CincinnatiConference ClnctnnatlConCerenee
Conference of the Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpI EpIcopalChurch oopalChurch
Church and a graduate and professor or in inthe Inthe hithe
the Wealyan Female College Co e of Cincin Cincinnati CIncInnati ¬
nati The marriage of Arty years ago agotook ab abtook agatook
took place in that city November 31 ISC ISCat 11Mat I Iat
at noon The father of the bride per performed performed perfnrmed ¬
formed the ceremony tftoentOla assisted ed by Rev RevP RevP
P B Wftbfcr president of the Weslyan WeslyanFomate We lyan lyanFmale
Fomate College CollegeIn
In her flfty years of married life Mrs MrsHitt MrsIlltt MrsilItt
Hitt has also been active in educational educationaland educationalmd dUtlo
and church work She was a an n old friend friendof friendJf
of If Francis Fra 18 E E Willard and her coadjuter coadjuterin codjut r rIn
in I the temperance 1emper aee work in the sixties stxU and andor andor andor
or many years was president of the theNorthwestern theorthwe theNorthwestern
Northwestern orthwe tern Branch of the Womans WomansForeign WomansForeign WomansForeIgn
Foreign Missionary Society of the Meth Methodist Methodist Mothodlet ¬
odist Episcopal Church which Iltch embraced embracedthe embracedthe embicedth
the th States of Illinois Indiana Michigan Xlctdpnand Michiganand IehI5an IehI5anand
and Wisconsin VlliIeOn and is today its It presi president presldent pres1dent ¬
dent emeritus emeritusFamily emerltUIIFunlJ emerItusFiiii1ly
Family FunlJ Attends Dinner DinnerThe DinnerThe DhiinerThe
The golden wedding edclla < was celebrated ratedcstfrday ceIeratedyesterday celebratedyesterday
yesterday by a family dinner and in the thetvpptng thetvrr1ln thet
tvrr1ln t tvpptng about flfty retettvep relatIvi and old oldfriends okfrIends oldfriends
friends caned informally at the home of ofthe otth ofthe
the th son son Isaac l ac R R Hitt Hltt jr lat Columbia Columbiaroad Columbiarnad ColumbIairad
road which wJ ch was beautifully decorated decoratedwith decoratedwIth decoratedwith
with flowers fto sent to Mr and Mrs Hitt Hittsr HUtIn HittIn
sr in honor of the occasion The parlorrnlahed parlorrnlhed parlor parlorfurnished
furnished rnlahed in four shades of rose color colorwas colorw colorwas
was w s bright with red reel pink and white whiteroses whitero whiteres
roses ro s and carnations rnaU0D5 artistically arU tleally inter intermingled hatermln InternIngIed ¬
mingled mln led with foliage The ball reception receptionroom receptlonroom receptionroom
room and diningroom dlnln room were w e aglow with withgolden 11thgolden withgoden
golden chrysanthemum chrysanthemumA UIlUJ UIlUJA
A unique ceremony ce mony consisting eon tla of the theexchange theexchanp theexchange
exchange of plain gold old rings was inter interesting InterNitlng IntereatIng ¬
eatIng to those who were calling and wit witnessed witnesstd witnessed ¬
nessed it It The rings were ere carried in on ona onn on1L
a tiny gold Id rimmed tray by Birch Hitt HittVf Hlttt HIttt
Vf t f eldest grandson grand on a boy of eleven with withth withth 1U 1Ut
th t h recitation of o ofa a pretty sentiment nt1ment th thl the theh theI
l h < jrle jr > jjJ ring was handed to the bride brldepr brideJTIm bridefl
pr JTIm m fl by the eldest granddaughter granddaughterHuh rftddaUllbtJnltr
Huh n IL r after a aft r which the younger grand grandi grDdghlert
i I ghterr ghlert Leila Iia put into the hand of the theKM the1ld theI
KM I i of f flfty years after reciting a SUIt sultV wltomflIment SUIteompllment
V compliment to her sisters speech speecht
t t ring to be given Ten to the bridegroom bridegroom31ster bridegroomer room roomster
31ster ster er Isaac Reynolds R ynokta Hltt third third five fivevcars Avears liveold
vcars ars old carried on a Uttle tray two twoTM twouUfu two1iitjf
TM 1iitjf Mutifut uUfu Bride rose buds to the happy happypair happypllr happyp
pair p ilr
Dr Dawson Offers Prayer PrnyerAfter PrayerAfter PrayerAfter
After the ceremony Rev Dr Dawson Dawsonottered a aoered Woon Woonulered
ottered a prayer He was followed by byR byn byRev
R Rev v Dr H R R Naytor presiding NSd S elder elderthe elderC
< > C the Washington Wabln ton district In an address addressful aAldreafull addressfufl
full of pathos referring rfer to hte h first ths ac acquaintance ACqualntaaee acuaIntnce ¬
quaintance with both bride and bride bridegroom Drtderoom brideroom ¬
groom room over thirty years ago go when ben they theywere tlteyHre theyvrre
were both active in church work and andspecially andopcc1aUy andpcc1aIIy
specially did he recognize the invaluable invaluablervices Invaluablefices Invaluabler1ces
rvices of the bride in her connection connectionv oonRecUonnth
v nth > ih the work of of the Womans Foreign ForeignMissionary ForeignM n
M Missionary isionary Society Sodet He then referred rlC red to toUaniel toDa toDante
Dante Da nlel Hitt an ancestor of the familywho familywho family familywho
who was one of the th founders of the Book BookConcern Bookoncern Bookoncern
Concern oncern and as he said carried the thewhole thewhole
whole Book Concern in his hI saddle MIe hags bagsh4tWee hagsbetween I
between h4 h4tWee tween Philadelphia and New York Yorkity Yorkit Yorkity
< ity it in MR 8 This same Book Concern is isnow Isnow Isirnw
now the largest printing house in the theworld thewnrld thewnrld
wnrld with a a capital of millions Daniel DanielHirt DaaielHift DanielHDt
Hirt was also a traveling < companion of ofBishop ofHsrop ofIiIstop
Bishop Asbury and a preacher and pre presiding presdlrg prosdlrg ¬
sdlrg elder from 17 118 to m the year Nr of oflis ofI
1 lis is death His field embraced Wrginia WrginiaMaryland jlrglnIa jlrglnIaMtriand gtnla gtnlaIaryland
Maryland District of Columbia Penn Pennsylvania Pennfylania Pennyania ¬
sylvania and New Ne York Yorkniahop YorkBI110P YorkBisbop
niahop Cranston There ThereBshop ThcreBshop ThereBshop
Bshop Cranston and his wife the latter lattertin Jattlrnn latteran
tin old friend of the family arrived late Jatein latein latein
in the evening evenln when the th bishop Joined the thehands thehands thehands
hands of the aged couple and gave them themhis tbemhis themhs
his blessing and benediction Rabbi Stern Sternand Sternand Sternflfld
and his wife called lled during the evening eveningand eveningDnd eveningfind
and Mr and Mrs Leverett Englteby En Ueby and andMr andMr andMr
Mr and Mrs 18 Merwin neighbors and oW oWfriends oldfriends skifriends
friends at Evansun Evanst < n added much to the thepleasure tit titpleoasure thepleasure
pleasure of the occasion occasionNearly occasionXearly occasionNearly
Nearly 200 letters and telegrams legrallNi of con congratulation oongratulation eongratulatlon ¬
gratulation from friends all over the thecountry tbtfcountry thecuuntry
country were received Among them were werecongratulatory wereCongratulatol werecnngratulatory
congratulatory letters from Bishops Cran Cranston Cranston Cmiiston ¬
ston McCabe and Fowler of the Metho Methodist Methodist Motbodst ¬
dist Episcopal Church President James Jamesif Jameslf Jamesuf
if Illinois State University Unlver fty Dr Little Littlepresident Littlepre Utilerrsident
president pre ident Garrett Biblical Institute InstituteFviinston InstituteEnmston InstituteEvanston
Evanston State University United nlted States StatesSenator Stat StatSfrator StatesSinator
Senator Cullom Speaker Cannon Judge JudgeRobb JudgeRobb Jinigeflhb
Robb Assistant As Attorney General Thomp Thompson Thompon ¬
son on Gen S S S Burdett A A D Lynch and andC ande andC
C F Hayes The gathering of friends friendswas frtend8was fz1e4W3s
was altogether aJ oglther informal informalTime informllITIme InformsTime
Time it appears has dealt very v ry gently gentlywith gentlywith genuywith
with them both ullr Mr and Mrs Mr Hitt Hittmay Hltt Hlttma Hitinia3
may ma your last days be your best days dayswas cia ciawas dayswas
was the heartfelt wish w1 h expressed eecl by all allPresent allPrccnt allPrcacnt
Present Gold Loving Cup CnpThe CupThe CupThe
The children and grandchildren present presented P preaniteu eeet1t eeet1ted ¬
ed eu a gold loving cup exquisitely e < qullltely designed designedand designeda designedaid
and a d engraved with the full names of the thedonors tlMdonors thedonors
donors their children chlldrenMr Mr Mr and Mrs Arza ArzaB ArzaB
I
B Hltt and Mr and Mrs Isaac R R Hitt Hittjr Hltt Hlttjr HIttjr
jr and the grandchildren of Mr r and Mrs MrsHitt MrsHitt MrsHltt
Hitt Jr jrRuth Ruth E sixteen st te Leila B four fourteen fourteen fourteen ¬
teen W Birch eleven and Isaac Rey Reynolds Reynolds Roynolds ¬
nolds III live years old suitable mono monogrants monograIr8 monagrams
grants and dates the principal decoration decorationand deconUonand decorationand
and the toast uuood t ood is not good enough enoughThe enoughThe enoughThe
The best Is not too good Several other otherbeautiful otherbeautiful otherbeautiful
beautiful and appropriate gifts ft were be bestowed be bestowed bestowed ¬
stowed upon this bridal pair besides be the theabundant theabundant theabundant
abundant and glorious gifts ttg of flowers re referred referred referred ¬
ferred to above The interest of this un unusual unusuAl unusual ¬
usual occasion is Increased by the fact factthat factthat factthat
that although delayed dela the bridesmaid of offifty or1Uty ofnfty
fifty years ago Mrs Mary Wilbur Thomp Tbomp60n Thompnon Thompson ¬
son will reach Washington today toda to tospend toHPCnd o ospend
spend a week at the home of Mr Ir and Mrs MrsHitt MrsIiItt Irs IrsHUt
HUt jr jrEstate JrEstate JrEstate
Estate Divided Among Children ChildrenThe CJllIdrenThe ChildrenThe
The will of William Lambom of this tWgcity tJmcity thiscity
city dated July a I ISM was lied for pro probate tob probate ¬
bate b te yesterday His property is to go to tohis tohis tohis
his widow Mary C Lamborn who is also alsonamed alsonamed 150 150nomed
named as executrix without bond When Whenshe Whenshe Whenshe
she dies this partition is I to be made To Toa Toa Toa
a daughter Katharine I L L Roes lilt 909 to a ason ason ason
son Charles I L L Lamborn UOM 1 and to toanother tanother toanother
another daughter Mrs lIbel L Wilson IVilsonsn VUS n nSO
SO 901 sn rhe rest of the estate is to go to his histwo hIstwo histwo
two unmarried daughters Anne Lamborn Lambornand Lambornand Lambornend
and Sarah L L Lamborn
r PLAYS Ys IN NEW YORK i DAILY FASHION HINT
i Mr William H Rapley manager maua maAe of the theNew theNew theNew
New National Theater who spent last lastweak Ja8tweek InStweek
week in New York is very enthusiastic enthusiasticabout enthu5Astleabout enthusiasticbout
about a bout the general theatrical situation situationthroughout sltuadonthroughout SituttlOfihroughout
throughout t the country and especially the theconditions theconditions thenendltlons
conditions that obtain in the metropolis metropolisIn
In I n speakIng with a representative of The TheWashington Therasblngton TheWashington
Washington Herald Mr Rapley said said2vfew sldew soldsw
2vfew ew York theaters th otens have B never ver known knowna knownBUob knownuch
a BUob uch oh a season of prosperity as they are arenow areOOW areow
now n sn sp ow enjoying Even the horse show that thatP thateeked
P eeked ke4 k cl the immense Madison Square SquareGarden SquarcGar SquareGarden
Garden en all of last la t week seemed to have havelittle havelittle haveittle
i little l or no effect upon u On > the theaters Of Ofcourse OfCOUnle Ofcourse
course the city is filled with 1th strangers strangersand strangersand strangersnd
and a nd the capacity of all n the hotels te tested tcst testdA d
A A porter at the WaldorfAstoria told HIP HIPthat mEthat mchat
that t hat people were sleeping in bathrooms bathroomsAnd bathroomsAnd
And these strangers always attend the thftheaters th ththeaters
theaters At the present time they arr arrgetting 1 ar argetting r rgetting
getting the worth of their money oven evenwhen Vtn
when the excess demanded by speculators speculatorshas speculatorshas
has to t be paid Incidentally I am glad to toute totate
state s that this nuisance has never been beenpermitted beenpermitted beenpermitted
permitted to take root in Washington WashingtonForbes WashingtonForbes
Forbes Robertson and Gertrude Elliott Elliottwho Elliottwho glllottwho
who are well known to playgoer pl SOerl of this thiscity thisclt thiscity
city clt have a delightful entertainment in inGeorge InGeorge
George G Bernard B rnard Shaws satirical play playCaesar playCaesar ployCaesar
Caesar and Cleopatra John Drew is at athis athis athis
his best in A W r Plneros play His HtaHouse H1iJH HisHouse
House H in Order Another strong stro g English Englishoffering Englkikotrerlng Englishoffering
offering is The Hypocrites from the pan panof P Pof Mn Mnof
of Henry Hen Arthur Jones It is what is istermed IIItermed isermed
termed t a problem play but one that is isexceptionally Isexceptionally Isxceptionally
exceptionally e well acted and admirably admirablypresented admlrablrp admirablypresented
presented presentedThe p presentedThe nted ntedThe
The Prince of India was in its final finalweek finalweek finalweek
week at the Broadway Theater It was wassimply wa6simply wanimply
simply s impossible Impo stble to secure seats ets and had hadit hadIt hodt
it i t not been necessary to till engagement engagementalready engaemeatsalready engagementslready
already a contracted for in cther cities cIties Gen GenLew GenLew GsaLew
Lew Wallaces sublime spectacle could couldhave couldhave couldave
have h ave stayed in New York for many manymonths man manmonths manymonths
months to come Robert Man Mantell tell is I filling fillingthe ftlllngthe fillinghe
the t he Academy of Music and has been n do doing doIng doug ¬
ing l ug so for the past four weeks with withShakespearean withShakespearean Withhakespearean
Shakespearean S productions Channing ChanningPollock CMnnlngPollock ChonningPollook
Pollock erstwhile dramatic writer writerlUded h hers hersidod r raided
aided idod by b Avery Hopgood has given Grace GraceGeorge GraeeGeorge GraceGeorge
George in Clothes the success of her ca career career eneer ¬
reer r eer and she he is crowding the Manhattan ManhattanTheater JianbattaaThtor ManhattanTheater
Theater at every eve performance I rfcrmance Blanche BlancheBates BlancheBates BlancheDates
Bates brought her supplementary run in inThe jftTbe inThe
The Girl of the Golden West to a close closeon ekMleon chaen
on o n Saturday night and great interest has hasbeen bUbeen baaeen
been b een awakened in The Rose of the theRancho theRaacho theRancho
Rancho which hlch David Belaaco will pre present pteent peeent ¬
sent s ent at too Bclasco Bela co Theater this we week weekTh weekTh k kTh2
Th2 Th Lion and the Mouse is well into its itssecond It ItJeCOnd Itsecond
second s year car at the Lyceum Theater and andits andIts andts
its i ts author Charles Klein ic winning winningfresh wianlngresh 1aplngfrMh
fresh f laurels with his ht socialistic 80CIaH tic play playThe plaTThe ployThe
The Daughters of Men Henry Miller Millerand inlerAnd Millerand
and Margaret Anglln An lIft are obtaining < their theirfull theirfult theirfulL
full share of o public attention in TheGreat TheGreat The TheGreat
Great Divide and Mrs Flake Fl ke has been
well received la The New York Idea IdeaEleanor IdeaEleanor IdeaEleanor
Eleanor Robson who is presenting Su Susan Susan Susan ¬
san in Search of a Husband will m con continue continue continue ¬
tinue at the Liberty Theater throughout throughoutthe
the season BOD May Irwin is enjoying her herusual herU8W herusual
usual prosperity at the Btjou She is ap appearing appearing oppeoring ¬
pearing in Mrs rII Wilson Andrews the thetitle thedUe thetitle
title of which had to be changed from the tbeoriginal theoriginal theoriginal
original which had been advertised as asMrs asIrs asMrs
Mrs WilsonThais All AllDespite AUDeplte AllDespite
Despite the diversity of critical opinion opinionMr optlonJr opinionMr
Mr William Gillette is drawing dra 1Dg crowded crowdedhouses crowdedhouses
houses to the Garrick Theater where his hisengagement his8ft82gement hisengagement
engagement has been twice extended extendedOa ext9Wfed ext9WfedORe extided extidedOne
Oa ORe of the surprises of the thi season Is ItlRoIe ItlRoIeStahl lRomStahl Rose RoseStabl
Stahl in The Chorus Lady It has aJ aJreatiy aJ aJee4IY alreedy
reedy been crowded out of three Un New NewYork NewYork w wYork
York theaters but now seems sure of oftenanfcy oCcy oftennfcy
tenanfcy cy of Hacketts for the remainder remainderof er ero
of o the year yearMusical yearMusical r ruMusIe8l
Musical t400f111 eces seem to be more popu popular UJar popnlar ¬
lar than ever It may be on account of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the improved character charaet r of this order of ofentertainment otent ofentertainment
entertainment ent rtaJnment Among the most notable notableof notableof notableof
of these are Montgomery and Stone 5n 5nThe n nThe
The Red Mill who ar are selling sell 1110 J or out for fortwo fortwo fortwo
two months mont in advance The wise ones onespredict 0IMI8predict onespredict
predict that tha t the Knickerbocker Theater Theaterwill Theaterwill Theaterwill
will still have these clever eons as aslit asU asi
lit U I i offering for at least another year yearHattfe MrHattle yearHattie
Hattie Williams in The Little Cherufc CherufcSam CheruiISam CherukSam
Sam Bernard marcl in The Rich Mr Hogfen Hogfenhelmer a aI Hoggenheimer
I helmer Fay Temr Tem Templeton > iton on in Fortyfire FortyfireMinutes Fortyft Fortyfti FortyflveMinutes
i Minutes from Broadway and Richard RichardCarte RichardCarle RichardCarlo
Carte In The Spring Chicken are packing packingto
to th tM doors the Criterion Wallacks WallacksNew WallacksNew WallacksNew
New York and Dalys theaters respec respectively respectively reapectively ¬
tively tivelyXr tivelyXr tivelyMr
Xr Rapley stated that he had signed a anumber IlRIIMber anumber
number of contracts for future offerings offeringsat otCerIn otCerInat
at the New National Theater Tb ter termenta announce aaneunceroents announcemonte
monte of which bleh would ould be made later In Inhis Inhit Inhis
his apartment a8rtr ent at the WaldorfAstoria he heand heand heand
and Mrs Rapier R were the central figures figuresin IlguresIn r r1ft
in a little group of Washington WlUJhin on visitors visitorswho vtekortJho visitorswho
who ho had formed an interesting colony colonywhile coIonTwhtle colonywhile
while visiting the horse show showMYSTIC showMYSTIC showMYSTIC
MYSTIC SHRINE NOMINATES NOMINATESAlmns NOMINATES1mRc NOMINATESAlmos
Almns 1mRc Temple Rlectlon Will VIII IJc IJciHelil Dedlelc Bedicid
iHelil on December 28 2SThe 28TI1e 28The
The annual nomination of officers of ofAlmas orAlmaa ofAlmas
Almas Temple of the Ancient Arabic AraWcOrder ArabicOrder ArabicOrder
Order of the Nobles oblK of the Mystic yattc Shrine Shrinewas Sbrlnwall Shrinewas
was held last night at the National Rides RlflasArmory Rlft RidesArmory l lArmory
Armory resulting re ulUn as follows Potentate PotentateF
F A A Sebring chief rabban ra Roe Fulker Fulkerson Fulkersnn Fulkerson
son assistant a tant rabban L A Dent D nt high highpriest highprl highpriest
priest prl st and prophet Alexander Grant ori oriental orefJtal ottertal ¬
ental guide John A Ellinger treasurer treasurerAllfeon treasu treasurerAllison r rAU
Allison AU Nailor Jr and recorder Harrison HarrisonDingiraut HarrteonDingman HarrisonDingmn
Dingiraut The election which bleh will be beunanimous Deunanimous beunanimous
unanimous will be held Deember DeemberThe 2S 2SThe 2SThe
The following oIoln nobles of whom four will willbe willbe willbe
be elected el ttd were nominated as delegates delegatesto
to the coming session of the Imperial ImperialCouncil Impel1alCouI ImperialCuwiel
Council CouI I to be held at Los Angeles Aag Cal CalMay CatJia fLMay
May Jia 71 71 17 F A Sabring Sebrtn W P Gude GudeFrank GUdeFrank GudeFrank
Frank K Raymond R mond G D Evaws vaas Thomas ThomasB
B Walker Jacobus S Jones F Y Brooks BuooksSamuel BreoksSamuel BrooksSomuel
Samuel Hart Hart W A A B Boyd yd and Alexander AtexaadcrGraham AlexanderGraham er erGraham
Graham
<
I Empire mpire House Frock FrockThe FrockThe FrockThe
The long clinging lines of the Empire mpire models dominate tile design ef f most of this thisseasons thIsHtl8Oft thisseasons
seasons Htl8Oft house Crocks roekL Worth that worldrenowned couturier coutvr1ere declares an a lEmpir lEmpirfrock Rlltplretroek iCnipirefreek
frock the most suitable for indoor wear Charmingly pretty is te Ithsetration Itla of ofsuch or800ft ofsuch
such a frock tlOCklllMUle made of cream colored radio ra la silk mounted over a frothy frilly riIII founda foundation fOtJooatlen foimdatlsn ¬
tion e of rose pink tuHine The wee bawl falls over folds of stalled eel pink velveteenthat velveteen velveteenthat eIlMnthat
that are attached to the tulline petUcont La Lace e is used with good effect upon tk tkyoke Ute UteYOke theyoke
yoke and sleeves MftS where more of the pink velvet velvet i It s Hen sn Pink and white velvet velvetribbons velvetribbons nt ntrtbboM
ribbons make the knotted loops placed at a t the side of the crossed fronts their ends endsweighted encbweighted endsweighted
weighted with silver cord tossols
TRUSTEES HEAR REPORTS REPORTSCatholic HEPOR REPORTSCatholic TS TSCatholio
Catholic University Managers Have HaveLittle HaveLittle HaveLittle
Little to Say of of Work WorkCommittee WorkCon1Jultt WorkCommittee
Con1Jultt Committee c Having Cl Charge nrje of Wag Waggzlnunn ug ugunUln
fftiimm unUln Case instructed to Push PuNhthe PUHhthe Pusht1i
the t1i Suits Suit Through Court CourtnCanMmtl CourtGIbbon8 Courtscarns
CanMmtl Gibbons chancellor of eC the tlwCatltoMe tMeatMlle theCatholic
Catholic UnIversIty presided over DM DMk Uteiong thelong
long k > g utMtoag so of U the board of trustees trVBW I yes yestwter yesterday es estwda7
twter lit MeMalwn Hull sessions aions at Ui UickM the thecIoN theclose
ckM close of which Monsignor OConnell roe rector 1eetor roetot ¬
tor of th the untv unIversity r lty said kl There la larelly fereally Isreally
really nothing in the days day work that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would be of interest In tere t to the public B Bih Bihop Bishop ch chop ¬
op Mara of Covington Covi gton Ky who mcte acted aetedHCJetary l n nsecretary as assecretary
secretary of the sessions H8 Ions also doeHoed to totalk totalk totalk
talk about the work of the trustees my myIng tIa tIatng soytag
tag that to the rector had h d been n entrusted entrustedthe entrustedthe entrustedthe
the taR of supplying the press with JU news newsThe new newThe flOWSThe
The trustees tru listened to the reports of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the heads of o the various departments of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the university and these showing th the in institution litstltutton Iiistitutlon ¬
stitution to be making marked progress progresscaused progresscaWled progresscaused
caused much satisfaction and a personal personalcompliment personalCOMpftmet personalcompliment
compliment to the rector from Cardinal CardinalGibbons CArdinalGibbons CardinolGibbons
Gibbons GibbonsThe GibbonsTbe GibbonsThe
The work for the coming year ear was s out outlined outUnecI outLined
lined also The moat important reports reportsheard reportnenI reportsheiird
heard were those of the trustees having havingthe havtngthe havingthe
the conduct of the Waggaman CASe in inhand InhaM Inband
hand They reported what had been beendone beendoM beendone
done doM and the exact status of the ease oaseAfter easeAfter caseAlter
After the whole situation slu tlon had been thor thoroughly thoroughlyeaJIVUMd thoroughly ¬
oughly oughlyeaJIVUMd canvassed they were instructed to topush topush topush
push the suits Its in th hit courts The suits suitsnow suitsnow suitsnow
now pending involve a sum of over IPIS SM SMOW SiIO SiIOfiiJt
OW 0
OWThis
This morning there tiH > re will be another brief briafmeeting brletmeetllll briefmeeting
meeting after which bleb Cardinal Gibbons GibbonsArchbishop GibbonsArehblshoPfi GibbonsArchbishops
Archbishop Farley of New ew York Glen Glennon Glennon Glennon
non of St Louis Ryan of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaKenne PhiladelphIaKenue blla erpbla erpblaKlftne
Kenne of Dubuque Iowa Monsignor MonaignorOConnell MonsignorOConnell lon5lgnorOConneli
OConnell and a number of other bishops bishopswill bishopswill
will take a special car to Richmond Va Vato Vato Vsto
to take part in the services dedicating dedicatingthe
the new cathedral there the gift of Mrs MrsThomas MrsThomu MrsThomas
Thomas F Ryan of New York YorkWlllnrrt YorkI YorkWillard
Wlllnrrt TroHtee Sell Property PropertyA Propert PropertA
I
A deed was placed on record yesterday yesterdaywhereby yesterdaywhereby esterdaywhereby
whereby Kate Willard Boyd Henry K KWillard K KWillard ICWIUard
Willard and George E How Howd trustees trusteestrader truste9IIndel trusteesunder
trader the will of Caleb C Willard de deceased deceased decsasd ¬
ceased conveyed lO ve d to John Mariner of ofNorfolk ofNorColk ofNorfolk
Norfolk Va lot I t 38 2 in square 2 2a8 3 known knowna knownas
as a th they southeast corner of Thirteen Thirteenth Thirteenthand Thirteenthand Ih Ihand I
and G streets northwest The considera consideration oonslderaUon onnakieration ¬
tion named is 575000 OO0
FROM WOMANS VIEWPOINT VIEWPOINTAt
At last st I have seen n a goodnatured crowd a hog b huge feathering thering of men women and andchtklr andcldk1re andcididrea
chtklr cldk1re fi who took everything in a cheerful easy fashion and forget to frown when whentheir whentheir whentheir
their heels were w re trodden upon or r their hats knocked awry And where do you ou sup suppose suppO suppole ¬
pose pO UM crowd was as found At a football game Ie if you please tho pastime whose whosereputation whosoreJMJtatlon whosereputation
reputation for brutality la or was wlUt unequal unequaled unequaledFoothAll unequaledS unequaledFootball d dFootball
S
Football attracts a better class does of humanity presumably than the other out outdeor outdoor outdeor
deor sports rts At least the rough element te lacking to a a noticeable degree Withcongo Withcongested With Withcongested
congested congo ted streets hundreds of autos and almost as many cabs and hansoms h soms there therewas thereWAS therewas
was hardly any confusion ion and no accident b because c 1UJH ufie of the universal courtesy courtesydisplayed courtos courtosdisplayed courtesydisplayed
displayed It reminded me of grand nd opera crushes crushesit he it was so different differents differentCrowds d11TerentCmwds differentCrowds
s S
Crowds are inevitable and frequent and If they can n b be managed with extreme extremegood exlremegood extremegood
good nature and easy tolerance there is no danger from them scarcely any dls disownfort dlsoomtort dlscomfort
comfort After all discomfort te largely a thing of tb the imagination for ease easeloving ensewlng easekiving
loving persons of both bot sexes gladly spend hours on bard board seats without withoutbacks withoutbacks withoutbacks
backs to witness a favorite sport A A circus at its best Is hardly a place placeot of comfort comfortyet comfortyet comfortyet
yet that does not affect its patronage does It ItWomen ItWomen ItS
S S SWomen
Women enjoy enjo crowds I fancy rne else they would not be so keen on bargains bargainsBut bargainsDvt bargaInsBut
But bargain sales s les are horrors for exhibitions of bad manners and bad temper temperA
A boxofTico sale of seats for a play pia or concert IB the best possible place pl ce to study studyhuman stud studhuman studyhuman
human nature at its worst All sorts Of tricks are resorted to for furthering self selfinterest selttntore selfInterest
interest tntore t and the presence of an officer of the tb law Is no great check upon audacity audacityI audaclt audacltI
S
I went to a concert on a rush ticket once for the experience and got a deal dealmore dealmore I Imore
more than I planned for the damage to my clothes and person necessitating a aretreat aretr68t a aretreat
retreat that deprived me of th the musical treat that drew the crowd I stood in inline Inline I Iline
line for two hours and when the doors
weary were opened I was swept along on ona ona ona
a current curr nt I was powerless to resist that landed me In A soat which I should have havebeen havehilen havebeen
been glad to keep keep had I been leas s battered I retired for repairs and lost my advan advantage adanUte advantage ¬
tage I was told that most of those pushing panting creatures went through throughthat throughthAt throughthat
that experience once a week eok and as much oftenar as the musical inducements inducementspermitted inducementspermitted Inducementspermitted
permitted permittedThat permittedThat
a S S SThat
That crowd was neither i flU patient > atient nt nor goodnatured Possibly it would have
been both had it been armed with seat checks
which meant that delay deJa would not notcount notcount aolcount
count against them Yet at a notable performance of grand opera on an evening
which brought an unexpected downpour of rain there was an amazing exhibition exhibitionof L Lof
of rudeness and illtemper on the part of persons who had been through the thepolishing thepolishing
polishing process that is supposed suP1 OS d to make wellbred men and women womenNothing womenNotblng womenS womenNothing
S
Nothing matters much when wo can moot It with an unruffled temper
and andn andeven an I Ieven
even n find a grain of amusement In the situation As I said before discomfort disconifo
is largely a thing of the Imagination and can be made Into an intolerable burden I
by our manner of acceptance Good nature Is a valuable asset but we have not notyet notet fbiyet
yet et realized re Ued it to the point of cultivation such as It deserves It Is a better betterpossession bolterIHtBS8Sslon bettexpossession
possession for a a woman than the ability to play or sing or paint and It costs I
less J s There is no path in life whore good nature could not be used and I can L
think t of several where socalled socaU accomplishments d are lost lostJ
J BETTY BRADEEN
KNIGHTS TO HAVE A CROWD CROWDAffair
Affair Tomorrow Night Is More MoreThan MoreThan MoreThan
Than a Ball BallEntertainment BallDntertolnment Balllintertainnient
Entertainment Under AnsplocK uplce of ofCatholic ofCuthoHe
Catholic Or Organization nnlzntlnn Promises IronilHcnto lroJ11IMcto
to He SucccMNful Event BvcntTh UcntTltl EventThe
Th The avUrtatonMot tat given annually 117 under underthe IAMIerthe undothe
the ao a aue k of the Catholic Knights of ofAuMrka olAmerica
America for the benefit of St Josephs JosephsMate JosephiMole
Mate Iale Orphan Asylum does net > merely merelyconsist merelycoaM merebconsist
consist of a ball but atoo includes speech speechmaking apeecliJftAkmg speechmakIng
making an entertainment by the boys of ofthe ol olthe
the institution 1n tlluUon presenting prtI a a programme programmeof IM IMof
of recitations vocal and instrumental instrumentalmusic IJtStnJmentaluk Instrumentalmusic
music uk and caHsthenic drills drillsThe drUILTIM drillsTb
The Tb programme JlM that will 111 be oft otrmorrow offeaed r d to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow night Is as fottews fottewsOrwtwre tuW5Oneture follwsOverture
Overture American Patrol ProC Pro Fer Ferstngcrs Fersln Fersingers
singers sln rx Band song Praise Pm Y Ye the theLord tiwLord
Lord Holy Cross Cro College CoIh e Quartet Quartetsoto Qnnrtetsolo
solo uJucltth Judith Richard Steahen Stetb Burke Burkeaddress BurkeacWr Burkeaddre
address acWr by Henry B F Maefariaml MaefariamlPresident MaeCarlaAdPresklent MacCarloadPresident
President of th the District Board of Com Commisaioners CQmmIII8tooers Corninlesioners
misaioners song Star of Descending DescendingNight De eendtngNlgbt Descend1n Descend1nNight
Night Holy nel Cross lll College Quartet Quartetsong QuartetSWSpu Quartetsong
song SUrSpaagied SWSpu ed Banner orphan orphanand orphamand MLD8ad
and ad audience audle chorus The Thanksgiving ThanksgivingTurkey Thaakh1n Thaakh1nTurkeT Thankeg1vbnTurkey
Turkey Orphans Orpba Gl Glee Club Indian IndianClub IJHilanClub IndlasClub
Club Drill orphans physical culture drill drillclosing drilleloatng drtlclosing
closing song UOur Our Bright Starry Ban Banner lienner ¬
ner orphans vocal class classThe claaaThe clamsThe
The ball will follow this t entertainment entertainmentThe entertainmentTh
The Th master of ceremonies of the ball is isJ isJ ii iiJ
J H BuschW Bueclter floor oor manager maaa r Dr A D DWilkinson DrltklnM DWilkinson
Wilkinson rltklnM n assistant floor manager P J JNee JNee JNee
Nee They will 111 be assisted aJJ8l ted by the following followIng follow fellowing ¬
ing floor committee W Y H DeLacy Dr DrW DrYo Drwr
W Yo P Kenaaly Dr T F Lowe F T THurley THurley THurley
Hurley G L Dant Dallt T J Trodden sr STJ srJ
J 1 H Borger J J J Gorman T K Gal Gallaher GalJaher Gellabor
labor T J Donovan J O Allen J A AOShea AOShea AOSheo
OShea T B McNamee f a W K K Harrison HarrisonJ
J Wenlg J F F Maley H A Marsden Iars en J JG JG JG
G Muller L L P Harlow M P Walsh AJsh A AA A AA AA
A Verschler F A McGuire Dr W E EPtvio Ii IiPaylo EPavlo
Ptvio B E P Harrington C J Columbus ColumbusW
W B OConnor L J Costigan G L I Bor Borger Borgpr Borget ¬
get T F Sweeney Sw n y J A Toomey TOOnte and andW andW iK iKW
W S McCarthy McCarthyThe McCarthyThe cCarth cCarthThe
The supper table refreshment retresh HInt and flow flower flowor ow owPr ¬
er booths will be in charge eha of Mrs Irs A A B BCoppes BCoppes BCoppes
Coppes and Mrs J1II1am Yllllam Schwing SchwlngBA1TK SchwingBANK SchwingBANK
BANK CLERKS HEAR LEOTURE LEOTUBEEmployes LEOTUREEmpoes LEOTUREEmploycs
Employes of Local Iii Institutions tltu < loiis Learn Learnof Ienrnof Lean I Iof
of Political Eeonom EeonomThe EconomyThe Economy EconomyThe
The Washington Was lngton Chapter American In Institute Insutute Institute ¬
stitute of Bank Clerks Clerk last night lis listened listened ustoned ¬
tened to the fourth lecture in the course courseon courseon cours S Son
on political economy econom arranged for the thepresent thepr tic S Spresent
present pr nt season S The lecture was as deity delivered delherW deityered ¬
ered by Prof C C W A Vadttz instructor instructorin r rIn
in political economy eeonom at t George G rge Washing Washington Washington ¬
ton University Unlyersll on the several schools of ofpolitical oCpolitical o C Cpolitical
political economy and the progress of the thescience thescience tb S Sscience
science within the past 8t few years yearsLincoln yearsLincoln ears earsIlncon
Lincoln Pout Entertain EntertainLincoln EntcrtnlnLincoln EntentalnaLincoln
Lincoln Post No No3 S G A Rk R was the thehost thehOt th 3 3ho
host ho t last night at a musical and literary literaryentertainment 1Itern 1Iternentrtalnment 1Iterari 1Iterarientertainment
entertainment given at Masonic Hall The Thespeakers Thespeakers Tb S Sspeakers
speakers included A A F Springsteen of ofthe orthe o f fthe
the medical division of the Pension Bu Bureau BurCRU Bureau ¬
reau who in the capacity cp clty of drummer drummerboy drummerboy r rboy
boy accompanied Gen Sherman in his hismarch hismarch hi S Smarch
march from Atlanta to the sea Music Musicfor Mutt Iu lc lcfor C Cfor
for the occasion was furnished by b the theLincoln theLincoln tb S SLincoln
Lincoln Post Drum Corps and the re receipts receipts recoipts ¬
ceipts derived from the entertainment are areto areto ar a ato
to be accredited to the relief rel fund of Lin Lincoln Lincoln LIncoin ¬
coln Post PostShould PostShould PostShould >
Should Own It Its Ovrn Railroads RnllronddThe Rnllroal1lllThe RailroadsThe
The Vaughn Class Club at Its mooting mootingheld meetIngheld r rheld
held last night at the Calvary Baptist BaptistChurch BaptIstChurch t tChureb
Church debated on the question as to towhether towhethcr ti 0 0whether
whether the United States should own ownand ownand owi a aand
and control the trunkline railroads of the thecountry thecounto thecountry I
country The affirmative affirm a tJye which was wasawarded wasawarded wasawarded
awarded the Victory of the debate con consisted consisted consister ¬
sisted of Messrs Bell Davol and Wooden Woodenwhile Woodenwhile Voodenwhile
while the negative side of the question questionwas quStlonwas questionwas
was supported by Messrs Carter Green Greenand Greenand Greenand
and Philips PhilipsAmateur PhilipsAmatcur PhilipsAmateur
Amateur Mlnntrcls Perform PerformThe PerformThe PerformThe
The entertainment last night at Trin Trinity TrlnIt Trinfly ¬
fly It Parish Hall corner of o Third street streetand streetInd streetand
and Indiana avenue for the benefit of the theGirls theGirls theGirls
Girls Friendly Society and the organ organfund organfund organfund
fund was largely attended and a good goodprogramme goodprogramme goodprogramme
programme was rendered by b the Black Blackville Blackme Blackville
ville me Minstrel Troupe composed of a anumber anumber anumber
number of wellknown Washington ama amateurs amateurs amatours ¬
teurs
Ocean OceanSlenmllhlplI OceanSlenmllhlplINew Stenmnhipii StenmnhipiiNew
New York Nor So 27 27Amroo Arrived out America America at atLouden atLonden atL0Th10i2
Louden from New w York Minneapolis at London Londonfrem Landonfrom Londonfrom
from New ew York Terence at Liverpool frem Now NowYork NewYork NoseYork
York YorkHavre YorkOlttgoiru YorkoIitath
Olttgoiru t sail al1 tedaT La PreTence for forIbm forHaste
Haste Ibm 10 a m a Cedric f fe r I Napln ap 4 p 1 m mlaoeminc m mlaoomlnl niIneenileg
laoeminc Mausers tee tday teda Oceanic O antc from fromLiverpool fromLlierpool rvm rvmLiverpool
Liverpool November OTmiber 21 P V Lnise from Ham Hamburg Hamburg Hornburg ¬
burg November 15 Victoria YirtOri from Liverpool No November NoTember Norernber ¬
vember 15 15
WOMAli OAI1 SAVES SHIP SHIPJl SuPLa1ied
Jl Lashed lled to Wheel 48 Hqiirsj Hqiirsjin HQ1 lloiiis lloiiisill rs rsin
in a Blinding Bl uding Storm StormCAPTAIFS 8to1111CAPTAINS StorniCAPTAIS
CAPTAINS WIFE IS A HEROINE HEROINEWhen HEROINEVllen HEROINEWhen
When Schooner Gold Goi Hunter IOKCJI IOKCJISailft Iolllellj losesSails
j Sails Sail nail the Two Men Aboard AboardWork AbonrelII AboardWork
Work to Bend a Foresail Vessel VexxclIM VCIIHclIN Vessel1t4
II
IM Kept In Her Hl r Course l by y Mr Mrs Mc McGulre McGuire Ic IcI
I Gulre and Brought Safely to Port DortMachlas IortI
I Machlas Me Nov No 27 iTo To the heroic heroicfortitude heroicCortltud heroicfortitude
fortitude of th captains wife ir Mrs MrsFrank loIriFrank MrsFrank
Frank McGwlro who 110 sund ed laahoil to the thewheel thewheel thewheel
wheel during the severe gale that swept sweptthe aweptthe sweptthe
the New England coast COil at frpm fr m Sunday StJlHiayNOember SundayNovember SwidsYNovember
November 11 to the following Wednes Wednesday Wedneday Vednesday ¬
day is due largely the safety Cety of the Blue BlueHill BlueJillll BlueBill
Hill Me schooner Gold Hunter which whichworked whichworked whichworked
worked her way Y Into this harbor yester yesterday resterd yestorday ¬
day d eleven days overdue from Portland PortlandThe PortlandThe PortlandThe
The little vessel showed plainly th thmarks the themarks themqrks
marks mqrks of th the storm su rm Her deck was swept sweptl sweptei4an
ei4an < l Jan < an arid her sails ll8 were in tatters but butthe Outthi butthe
the sturdy hull of the Mainebuilt craft craftwithstood craltwithsto craftwithstood
withstood d the torriM terrl pounding it re received re recllved yecetved ¬
ceived cllvedThe ceivedThe cetvedThe
The Gold Hunter with Capt McGuIre McGvlrehis MeGulrehis McGuIreMs
his wife wlf and one man for an assistant assistantIfft assistantlft tant tantItt
Itt Portland on November W with a gen general gen0Ik1 genoral ¬
oral cargo for this port With her heroat passed passedo psmso psmsosilt
o oat t by Portland Hend the Illfated schoon schooner schoonor ¬
0 er Etdora which was lost near the theGeorges theGeorges theGeorges
Georges Banks in the same storm which whichnearly whichetriy Web Webnearly
nearly overwhelmed the Gold Hunter HunterOn HunterOn HunterOn
On Sunday the Gold Hunter was wa wasgood making makinggood makinggood
good rogrewj with clear weather wt untilienoon until untilafternoon untilatenooD
afternoon ienoon when hen the th wind breeaed 1 up from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the northeast while the t be vessel was four fourmilee fourIftll fourmiles
miles Iftll off Peter Manan light lightMnliiNnil lightnhllmn lightMuiusnil
MnliiNnil nhllmn In Carried Away AwayA Ana AnaA AwayA
A sudden gust of wind spilt pUt the mainsail mainsailof
of the vessel ve eel and carried away the Jibs JibsWithout jtMVJlllout JibeWIthout
Without her beadsalls the little schooner schoonerbecame sehooaerbecame schoonerbecame
became unmanageable The sea made mad up uprapidly upraptclly uprapidly
rapidly and Uw vessel was continually continuallysmothered continuallysmothretf continuallysmethred
smothered in the wash of the combers combersMrs combersMrs combersMrs
Mrs McGuire was below at the time the tbestorm thestorm thestorm
storm broke preparing supper but hur hurried hurried hurrini ¬
ried up on deck and took the iii wheel while whileher 1hlleher whilebet
her husband bandnd and bis oneman crew crewwent erwMt crewwent
went Mt to work to bend on a foresail so as asto aso
to t o bring the vessel eNe up to the wind windWith v1ad1th windWith I
With the craft wallowing wildly in the thetrough thetrough therough
i trough t of the sea this task was U most t dif difficult dAtncult difcuit ¬
ficult li cuit One hand was necessary U te grasp graspsomething graspBOmethlag graspomething
something s lis lic solid in order to avoid being beingcarried beingcarried beingarried
carried c away awayWith awayWith awayWith
With great patience and consummate consummateseamanship COft81111UDateseamanship consummateseasnsnahip
seamanship the two men labored for forhours tOlhoun forhours
hours to get their little rag sail set setwhile Mtwhile setwhile
while Mrs McGuire lashed to the wheel wheelaided wheel wheelakled wheelaided
aided a as well as she could by what Mt Mule Mulesteering nutestHrll littlesteering
steering wa possible on the almost help helpless belplees helpess ¬
less l ess craft craftIloldw crattHollIN craftholds
holds Her In Connie 48 Hour HourFinally UourllFInally HoursFinally
Finally the foresail tor was rigged rl ed double doublereefed doublereefed doublerested
reefed and while the two men dung dun ex exhaasisd uto cxbauMed
haasisd to the meat Mrs McGuire McGuirebrought MctJulregbt Meiluirebroeght
brought gbt the vessel v around bead up to tothe tuthe itthe
the wind and held her there for forty fortyetgnt tortytdPt fortysight
I
sight hours hoursBefore hoursBefortt boomBofore
I
Before the fury of the thegale gale the vessel vtiJ8 vesseldrifted 1 1tIrltte4 j jdrifted
drifted out to sea for ninetysix Miles iIes off 0 0lIount offMount < j
i Mount Desert I rock rockIn rockall k kIa
In all this thee it was impossible to tocook tocook tocook
cook food or even to beat any y coffee coffeeKept eocreeK coffeeKept
Kept K pt up only 1 by excitement and pluck pluckthe pluckthe pluckthe
the captains wife clung cl to her post postthrovKh posttllrcMtpla posttkeaugb
throvKh the th height of the gate while whileOapt whileCapt bite biteCapt
Capt MdGuire and his man attended to totheir totbelr totheir
their little stormsall lor which bleb continually continuallybroke contlnuall contlnuallbroke continuallybroke
broke from its insecure fastenings fteat It Itwas Itwas Itwas
I was a mans maa work at the wheel wheel with ith the thehelm thehel theitickIn
I
helm hel kicking itickIn strongly to the wild wildplunges wildphaages wildplunges
plunges of the ship but the endurance enduranceof
of the rugged Id Northwoman was equal to tothe tothe
the task and she stood her trick with the themen theTJt theDm0 I
men menThe
Dm0The
The TJt three were wellnigk exhausted exhaustedwhen exbauatedwbeJI exhoustedwhen
when they reached port portNOT portNOT portNOT
NOT SMITH IRBYSMITH IRBYSMITHCleric IRBYSMITHCIerI IRBYSMITHClerk
Cleric in War Department Judicially JtidlcinllyGiven JtJllIelan JtJllIelanGhcn JudiciallyGiven
Given New Name XninePlain NameSmith nme nmePlaia
Plain Smith has been n good enough en for formuy formany j jmany
many folks for centuries past They TheyhaIe Theyhave j jaave
aave have multiplied and their progeny covers COVersUte coversthe j jthe
the earth They have stormed and car carried carried carrind
ried off the honors bonoi in every city directory di directorywhere tor torwhere i iwhere
where United State Stat is spoken They Theyhave ThE ThEhan Theyhave
have performed great eat deeds on sea and andlancl andThe j jland
land The name has gone down < in his histcry hfsttry histtry
ttry immortalized beyond peradventure of ofdoubt ordoubt I
doubt or reflection reflectionPlain re refiectbosPlain ecUoR ecUoRPlain
Plain Smith ha hM been given artistic Ue in interpretattons interrre inLerpretatloon
terpretattons terrre tlleM suck c as Smyth and Smythe Smytheand SmythealMl Smytheand
and Schmidt and Schndtz a te mayor 70r of ofSan ofSa ofSon
San Sa Francisco F and now DO by decree of ofChief ofChief ofChief
Chief Justice Clabmugn Cba Washington has hasan hasIt hamon
an It Irbysmith IrbySlafthWllliam William Marlon Irbymmith IrbymmithWilliam IrbysmlthW IrbyandthWillIam
William W tltlam Marion Smith that was U a clerk clerkin c1 clerkIn rk rkIn
in the slice of the Navy Departments DepartmentsAuditor DepartmentAuditor DepartmentsAuditor
Auditor AuditorOn AuditorOn AuditorOn
On November 1 the then Mr Smith Smithwho SMIthwho Smithwho
who is now Mr Irbyamith tiled a petition petitionin
in the District Supreme Court Court asking ukln to tobe tobe tobe
be permitted henceforth to be known as asIrbysmlth asIrbTsmlth asIrbysinith
Irbysmlth He outlined in language lan uage that thatwould thatwould thatvouk1
would have appealed to the most unsent unsentimental un unsentmental enUmeI1t1 ¬
mental judge that it was a8 a heeculeantask belCuleantAltk heeculean heculeantask
task to single out his hi name in the direc directory cltrector dtrectory ¬
tory toryThis tor toryThis
torrhls
This statement he supplanted with th thassertion the th4tUlertlon theassertion
assertion that t he was not the only Smith Smithin Smfthin Smithin
in the directory directoryThe dtrectofThe directoryThe
The then Mr 11 Smith complained to the thecourt theC thecourt
court C urt that the th letters constituting his in initials InIUa initlals ¬
itials IUa W t M 1 had caused contusion confusionwithout contusionwithout contusionwithout
without end with Ith telegrams tele ram and that his hismail hismall hi himail
mail got everlastingly mixed up with 1th the themall tbtmall th thinnhl
mall of o otherSmiths other Snlttbs no connection cr crkin urkin crkin
kin whatsoever whatsoeverThe whatsoer whatsoerThe whatsoeverThe
The then Mr Smith on his last birth birthday blrthd birthdey ¬
day d August 22 2 2 when he passed the thirty thirtysecond thlrtyOnd thirtysecond
second Ond milestone in his interesting career careerdecided careerdecided careerdecided
decided once for or all to get rid of the thetrouble tb tbtrouble thetrouble
trouble and build an addition to his name nameThen nam namThen nameThen
Then the idea was conceived l of the at attractive attra attractive ¬
tra tractive U exclusive name Irbysmlth UIrbysmithAnother IrbysmlthAnother IrbysmlthAnother
Another point in the then Mr 1Ir Smiths Smithsargument Smlthsargument Smithsargument
argument to have his > name changed was wasthat wuthat wasthat
that plain Smith did net identify anybody anybodyor
or anything He desired to have a dis distinguishing distinguishing distinguishing ¬
tinguishing mark which the tbedecree decree of the thecourt theurt thfCourt
court urt yesterday grants rants him his issue and andheirsatlaw andhe1rsatJaw aiuiheirsatlaw
heirsatlaw forevermore ore rmore without end endHornl endHera1tl endlieralel
Hornl Hera1tl l Want rant Ads Adawill AdJilwilt Adswill
will be received at Atkinsons Pharmacy
11th nnd G sts nw n ns and promptly for forwarded forwarded forW31dCd ¬
warded to o the main office offlceI
We have hav no 500 500Piano 500Piano 500Piano
Piano for 250 250But 250But 250But
But we can sell a asplendid asplendid asplendid
splendid instrument instnfmentfor instr instrumentfor ment mentfor
for 250 250on on easy easyterms easytermsstool easytermsstool
terms termsstool stool and scarf scarfincluded scarfincluded scarfincluded
included includedEXCLUSIVE includedEXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR THE THEIvers THEWeber THEWeber
Weber 1 p pIvers
Ivers IversPond J Pond PondFischer I IFischer iFischer
Fischer FischerEstey A AEstey AEstey
Estey EsteyLudwig N NLudwig NLudwig
LudwigFranklinaadrMr Ludwig LudwigEstey 0 0Frank1inM1r
FranklinaadrMr Frank1inM1rEstey I IEstey
Estey Organs OrgansFULL
FULL LINE OF MANDOLINS MANDOLINSGUITARS MANDOLINSGUITARS MANDOLINSGUITARS
GUITARS BANJOS c cSHEET e eSHEET cSHEET
SHEET MUSIC AT LOWEST LOWESTRATES LOWESTRATES
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RATES RATESPIANOS RATESPIANOS
PIANOS FOR RENT RENTTUNING RENTTUNING I ITUNING
TUNING REPAIRING HEP AIRING AND ANDMOVING ANDMOVING I
MOVING MOVINGSanders MOVINGSanders
I I II ISanders
Sanders SandersStayinan SandersStayman I IStayman
Stayman Stayinan1327FStNW
1327FStNW 1327FStNWPERCY 1327 F St N NW NWPERCY W I IPERCY
PERCY S FOSTER Manager ManagerBaltimore ManagerBaltimore I IBaltimore
Baltimore Store 15 North Charles Sc ScEverything StEverything
Everything In the Music M Mc Line LineCredit LineCredit LioeCredit I
Credit for AH Washington WashingtonMade WashingtonCarpets
Carpets CarpetsMade
Made Laid Laidand Laidand Laidand
and Lined LinedFree LinedFree
Free of Cost DostYou CostOn CostOn
On Credit CreditYml
You will vill not find another anotherst i istock
st stock < xk of Floor Coverings in inall inall
all Washington to equal ours oursand ours i
and the plainly marked prices pricesare pricesare I Iare
are far below what you would wouldpay wouldpay I
pay anywhere else on equal equalgrades
grades rades And we make no nocharge 110charge nocharge I
charge for sewing lining or orlaying orlaving I
laving or for the waste in inmatching inm j jmatching
matching m tc1 ing figures figuresa a clear cIe F sav saving saying ¬ I II Img
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Sample Furniture FurnitureDirect FurnitureDirect I IDirect
Direct DirectFrom DirectFrom DirectFrom
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No matter what you OU may need needfor needfor needfor
for your our home you ou would do well wellto wellto I
to call and see the beautiful bl auttful lines linesof 1mesof linesor
of New Furniture that are passing passingthrough passingthrough passingthrough
through our rooms Do not get getthe getthe getthe
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