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THE TLWASBINGTONHERALD WASHINGTON HERALD FJjIDATf 1 IDA JANUARY JANUARY 25 1907
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ASpecial A pecia1 Remnant DayI Day DayTODAY
ODAY we shall clear out the odds and ends small and broken brokenlots brokenlots brokenlots
TODAY I lots incomplete assortments oneofakind things and the like likeleft likeleft likei
i left from our stocktaking sale saleSome saleSome saleSome
= = Some things are soiled or mjissed but the majority of them themare themare themare
are fresh seasonable and desirable goods and they are marked for the thequickest thequickest thequickest
quickest possible selling sellingEqually sellingEqually f fEqually
Equally good bargains are not advertised
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Mens Overcoats OvercoatsWe qvercoats qvercoatsvVe QvercoatsWe
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of Mens Overcoats advertised a afew afew afew
few days since at a very special specialprice specialprice specialprice
price to close There are just sev seventeen seventeen seventeen ¬
enteen in the Jot lot comprising blacks blacksOxfords blacksOxfords blacksOxfords
Oxfords and light gray herring herringbone herringbone herringbone ¬
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The President and Mrs Roosevelt Rooseveltbrought RQoseelbrought Roosoveltbrought
brought their state dinners of the th nro nroeent nroeentseason rosentgeason en t tseason
season to a close e10 e last evening when they theyentertained thoyt9ltIll theyentortInii
entertained t9ltIll the Chief Justice of the Su Supreme Supreme Snpmenie ¬
preme Court and associate justices and andtheir aldthefr id idtheir
their wives The fortysix guests UCllt were wereseated werol wereseated
l seated at a table decorated in pink roses rosesand rosesI rosesand
and lilies of the valley l1ey with the state statediningroom stat statalnlroom attvdiningroom
I diningroom and d the Blue Room also dec decorated decor deeorRteil ¬
orated or ted In roses and tropical foliage foliageThe tollageThe foliageThe
The Marine Band Orchestra played In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the corridor through the dinner and also alsogave alltOsa alsogave
gave sa a shirt ah rt programme during dniLng the as assembling asHmbllnK ammembling ¬
sembling ol the guests in themBIua thefElue Room Roomwhere Roomwhere Roomwhere
where they were welcomed b ift the Presi President President lreeldent ¬
dent and Mrs Roosevelt The latter wore worea witregown
a gown of yellow brocade trimmed in inwhite 1ftwhite Inwhite
white lace The company included includedThe lnelooedThe IncludedThe
The Chief Justice JusticeMr J Jlr JusticeMr
Mr JaeUVw oe and Mrs IL Raciest HarlanMr I1adHMr Raciestllr
Mr Justice end Mrs ItowwcMr Itowwc lkewer11r ItreweeMr
Mr Justice and Mrs n Whit WatteMr Whitliv Wi
Mr Justice J and MM I IeaHmm IeaHmmMr 1 111r iedbaeaMr
Mr Justice seal Mrs n McK McKMr McKesna McKesnaMr
Mr 1 Jta Jt ee Uee and Mrs Hal HalMr II IIr 11O1mi 11O1mi1r
Mr 1r r Jwtice aDd ass Mrs Dar DtjrMr DarMr DigMr
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The Tb Attorney Oeaeral ansi Mrs I Iteaegat IteaegatSeiiat apart apartSenator 1IMt1i 1IMt1iSeRatoc
Senator Seiiat and Mrs bin Clarence CIa D t Gtaric GtaricS QarkSnlAtor CleckStealer
Stealer NtIeoL NtIeoLs N NSeaMer
S s SeaMer aator aa aJti1 a < < Mrs Soooaer SoooaerUeaalor rIicaa Spooneetienakje
Ueaalor Iicaa end Mrs lre Biackbara BiackbaraSeaator DIMIIbIInISaator liedsbsrnSeastoc
Seaator Patterson PattersonSenator PatterionSenator J JSeaator
Senator and Mrs Boor KaaxRepreanitatn K KR Boorltiisreaenththe
Repreanitatn R tathe De Anaosd AnaosdHetmseaUtfee Arneondltsiissentde MOBd MOBdutte
HetmseaUtfee and Mrs 31 JeafchMT JeafchMTKepresentaUte JenMetflepvsaentativ t tICepNlel
KepresentaUte ICepNlel and a Mrs 1 1I1na Ataaader AtaaaderUna Alerandaclion
lion and a Mrs 3lr Dam D C Weramtab WeramtabMr W Wlr WC1C WC1CMr
Mr and aMln Mrs Wmstea W WIlL ChardaH ChardaHMrs 1IsvehSMrs
Mrs Nfebom kldM kldMThe LoaRwerth sr srTtw arTb
The Tb Horn U lad IMaeefote IMaeefoteLteaC l lLielit l5aunoeio1eLUnt
LteaC Commander aad Mrs Key KejrThe neThe KeyThe
The Chief Justice of Canada and Mrs Mrsurittg MrwFttzpRtrtek MrsFitzpatrick
Fitzpatrick IILr re the guests of Jtlee Jtleefr Jvstlehkisd JvstlehkisdMre
Mre fr HarlAd HarI urittg their pregtrtt pr preret nt visiL visiLThe WltLThe YISILThe
The Ambassador from Japan and VI VIeountess VIcount VIcountess
countess count Aoki entertained at dinner last lastevening 1IuItevening hintetenlng
evening in compliment to their soninlaw soninlawand M nonInlawamd IaIa w waad
and daughter the Count and Countess CountessHatzfeMt Coun CounHatzfeld CounteeaHatzeldt
HatzfeMt of Germany GermanySenator Germany5eaator GermanySenator
Senator and Mrs Culiom were the hosts hostsat bostsat hosteat
at a a small reception last evening which whichbrought wblcbbro whichbrought
brought bro t to their home on Highland H hlaDd Ter Terrace TerraCe Terrace ¬
race raCe the entire Illinois Congressional loRa1 del delegation delegatJoa delegetIon ¬
egation with the women of the respec respective reapecUve reepective ¬
tive families and some additional addlttoa1l friends friendschiefly friendschleft friendschiefly
chiefly chleft from Illinois A buffet supper was wasserved wasMrved wannerved
served during the evening eveningMr wenln eveMnMr wenlnr
Mr r and Mrs William H IL Rapier enter entertained entertallMd entertalned ¬
tained at a very handsomely appointed appointedreception appointedreeeJtlon appointedreception
reception yesterday afternoon at their theirnew theirnew theirnew
new home ho ae on P street The handsome handsomehostess banttHme1tOIItaa Itandeomhontese
hostess who ho was a bride of the past au autumn autumn autumo ¬
tumn wore a beautiful princes IineeIM gown of ofnght ofJttbt oflight
light blue broadcloth with inserts of white whitelace wbltelace whitelace
lace and extended e tenc1ed a most cordial wel welcome weeome welcome ¬
come to old and new friends She was wuIIIeted as assisted maslated ¬
sisted by her sisterinlaw Mrs Eweret EweretRapiey EneretRapley EvveretRapley
Rapley who ho wore ore a gown of mauve mauv satia satiaMiss sadsMISs t LM
Miss M Georgia Kaox one of the prettiest prettiestof prettiest preldeMor
of the seasons MUOft bode did the honors of ofthe ottbe o othe
the tMUJOIII t aqpom assisted tjy qJ Mime n 6 BOJHJS 3o s the thesister UteMter thetinter
sister of the hostess Miss j Flak served servedpunch aervedpuncit rve4 rve4puneb
punch punchThe punebThe puncitThe
The tea table was decorated by a large largecluster 1a1leclU8ter largechanter
cluster of Bridesmaid roses and JMIll lighted < b by bypinkcapped byptakeapped bypinkcapped
pinkcapped candles caacUeLIn cadlesIn j jIn
In the drawingroom where Mr Rapley Rapieywas Rapleyfe8ent Rapleyas
was as present to reeeive the congratulations congratulationsoi
oi his many Mends the decorations were werehi werehit werehi
hi white roses A mandolin orchestra orchestraniajred orcbeRrapIqed orchestraplyed
niajred in the hall throughout the recep reception reception reoeptiost ¬
tion tionSeaorlta
Senorita Eton Elton CaWeron daughter of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the Bolrviatt Xter Minister and Mn MmE 1DNf CaWeronentertained CaWeron CaIc1eronentertained Cakieronentertained
entertained at a prettily appointed lunch luncheon luncheon luncheon ¬
eon yesterday yes rdal when hen her guests t8 were wereMiss wereMI8B wereMIs
Miss MIs India Bell Fleming FJeml r Miss Perfe An Anderson JI JIderwon Andemon ¬
demon Miss MI Pansy Perkins Perk Miss 11 Lil Lillian LHan LUhan ¬
Han Stone Miss If Louise Granger Miss MissTaylor 111 111Taylor MITaylOr
Taylor Miss I Hannis Taylor T lor Miss In 11i Ana AnaCnristbia ADaCbri AnaChristIna
ChristIna Cbri ttpR Carbo Miss Maria Teresa Car Carbo Carbo trho
bo Mtes tM Natalie Magruder Ia and Miss MissEdsarina Mm MmEdgarina It ItErtna
Edsarina Hastings HastingsMrs HuttnpIrs HastingsMrs
Mrs A A L4sner L1 entertained at a very veryattractive veryattractJve veryattrctive
attractive luncheon yesterday afternoon afternoonat
at her home on Massachusetts avenue avenuewhen avenuewben avenuewhen
when white hlte lilacs pink carnations and andgraceful anclIraeeful andgraceful
graceful maidenhair ferns comprised comprl8eddecoratlona the thedecorations thedecorations
decorations of the table and diningroom diningroomHer diningroomHer diningroomHer
Her guests were Mrs rs William rnUam J Kehoe KehoeMrs KehoeIrs KehoeMrs
Mrs Irs Hopkins wife of oSenator Senator A J Hop Hopkins Hopkins Hopklan ¬
kins Mrs Irs Frank L Freeman Mrs MrsCharles 1118Charles MrsCharles
Charles Elwood Foster Mrs McKnightj McKnightjMoses ilcKnl McKnightMoses bt
Moses 11 Mrs Percy D Hickling Mrs MrsChartes 11 11Charles MimCharles
Charles Richardson Mrs Mason Rich Richardson RlebarolOn Richardeon ¬
ardson Mrs Irs Simon sanion Shi a Wolf Mrs rs Arthur ArthurDuane ArthurDuane ArthurDuane
Duane Kimmle Mrs IIL David Stewart StewartHend StewartHendricks StewartHendricks
Hend Hendricks ricks Mrs W r B Bryan Mrs fnJ Leo Lester L88ter Leoter ¬
ter A A Barr and Mrs Irs John Volney Yoln Bar Barrows Barros Barraws ¬
rows rowsThe rosThe rawsThe
The luncheon was followed foll wed by an an after afternoon afternoon aft aftnoon ¬
noon of bridge bridgeAirs bridgeMrs brldgeMrs
Mrs S W Stewart wag a ahostess lunc lunehOlftea B Bhostess
hostess yesterday at her apartment in tm tmWyoming t tVitndng tWyoming
Wyoming The rooms and table werd werddecorated wer werdecorated werodecorated
decorated appropriately with pink roses rosespalms rosespalms rosespalm
palms ferns and andplnkcapped inkcapped candies Her Herguests Hergue Herguente
guests gue t8 included InclUded Mrs Barchfield Bareh eld wife ire of ofCongressman o oCongres ofCongressman
Congressman Congres mal1 Barchfleld Mrs M B BTearson BTear BTeamnon
Tear On > Mrs Edward McCormick Mrs MrsFrank 1IrsFrank MrsFrank
Frank Fftzaimmons Mrs Irs Henderson HendersonMiss HendersonlIlad HendersonNIt
Miss Helene Barchfleld Miss 3Iis Florence FlorenceCarney FlorenceCarney FlorenceCamney
Carney Mis Miss Louise L ulse Carr Miss Jessie JessieFleming J JeemleFleming eeele eeeleFlemJ
Fleming FlemJ and Miss litIs Josephine Meyers of ofNew otNew ofNew
New York YorkMrs YorkMrs YorkMis
Mrs W V H Chttny Chan Cha will be b at home at atthe atthe atthe
the Cordova tomorrow from 3 to 6 She Shewill ShewUl Shewill
will be assisted 85 8ted in receiving by her guest guestMiss guestMIM guestMiss
Miss Dana of Brookline Mass MassMrs MassMrs loss lossMrs
Mrs Martin B Madden and Miss Ilss Mad Madden iIodden Madden ¬
den wife and daughter of Representative RepresentativeWedding ReprerrentativeWedding ReprecntativeWedding
Wedding Gifts Giftsof
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Jeffersons administration administrationthe
the imprint of our firm name namehas namehas namehas
has appeared not only upon uponthousands uponthousands uponthousands
thousands of articles now prized prizedas
as heirlooms but also upon uponmany uponmany uponmany
many pieces of national and andhistoric andhistoric andhistoric
historic interest interestDo interestDo interestDo
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parlors of the HJghlahds Hlghl ds tomorrow after afternoon aftornoon afternoon ¬
noon from 4 to 6 6They 6Thoy 1 1They
They will be assisted as by Mrs George GeorgeSutherland GeorgSutherland
Sutherland wife ofi 0 14 rted Senator Sutherland SutherlandMrs SutherlandMrs SutherlandMrs
Mrs Howard Malcolm Mal olm Snapp wife of ofRepresentative orRepre ofRepresentative
Representative Repre cntaUve Sn SnElpp pp Mrs William J JBarnette JBarnette SBarnette
Barnette wife of Capt Barnette of the thenavy thenavy thenttyy
navy Mrs Edgar Russell Ru ell wife of Maj Majrtueeell MajRU MajRussell
rtueeell RU lell of the army Mise Ml Katharine KatharineMorris KatharineMorrll KatharineMorris
Morris of Philadelphia and Miss Bertha BerthaOldfie BerthOJdftep BerthaOldfteW
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of Miss Madden MaddenMrs MaddenMrs MaddenMrs
Mrs and Miss Madden will be at home homeInformally homeInCormallyon homeInformally
Informally InCormallyon on the first and third Tuesdays TuesdaysIn TuOsdosIn
In February FebruaryA
A reception will be given at Fairmont FairmontSeminary FalrmontSomlnary FairmontSeminary
Seminary this afternoon from 3 to 6 to toDr toDr toDr
Dr Edward Howard Grlggg whose course courseon courseon courseon
on The Great Moral Leaders on Friday Fridaynights Fridaynights
nights at the Church of the Covenant has 1msm Imsmllt hasm
mllt m t with such Brent popularity Airs AirsLeslie MrsLeslie lrs lrsLeslie
Leslie M Shaw Mrs rs Charles Needhtun NeedhtunMrs Needham1Ira NeedhumMrs
Mrs Wallace allace Radcliffa Mrs Robert T THall TBan THall
Hall Mrs Thomas Thom Skhvell Mrs William WilliamT
T r Harrteg and Miss f1es Edith C Westcott Westcottwill Weetoottwill re tcott tcottwin
will recetve receiveThe recetveThe recetveThu
The IectvreThla lecture this week will be on Car Carlyle c Carlyle r rly
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Mrs Sills BlI U1s Logan lo n 128 1 Irving Jnlo street streetnorthwest atreetnorthweot trectoorthw
northwest oorthw t will be at home informally informallytoday InCormtlllytod7 informallytoday
today from 8 to f assisted as by Mrs MrsGeorge MrsQeorge MrsQeorge
Qeorge W Prince Mrs Martin B Mad Madden Madden Madden ¬
den den Miss tie Madden Mrs Pleasant PIe unt T TChapman TChapman TChapman
Chapman and Mrs frs William Warfleld WarfleldWilson Warfiolt1WlliIOn VarfleltlWilson
Wilson of Illinois Mrs James M Miller Millerof MUlerof Millerof
of Kansas Mrs Louis E Payson Miss MissKent MIW MIWKent U UKent
Kent Kent Mrs George E Tower Mrs Bertha BerthaMurdock BerthaMurdock BerthaMurdock
Murdock Robbins and Dd Miss Jilt Phelps PttelpsMiss PbelpeAI PhelpsMini
Miss AI May ra A A Neville of Halifax Nova NovaSctftia NovaSe NovaScdtia
Sctftia Se tta is visiting mlU her coosin Mien 1t1 Mary MaryR MkryH
R R Joyce of ofm 922 M 1 street streetMr ntreetMr t
Mr H C Brgheira hbr r and Mr RWmrd RWmrdWflmer IUcMrdWUaner
Wflmer Boiling t Ot f G Gait lt A Bio j Jewelers Jewelerswilt wel rs rswill
will 111 attend c1 the dinner given slY lvn by the theTwentyfour theTwentrfovr theTwentyfour
Twentyfour Karat Club at Dehnonioos DeImotalcosHew DeImosiooaNew DehnonioosNew
New York tonight tonightThe tontgbtThe tonIghtThe
The Miss iJlRfI5 Helen HeI Travers Ma Maguire dauire tiire and andLOtfan andLOttan andLillian
Lillian Travers Maguire have cards out outfor outfor
for a musicale on Friday evening Jane January Ja JaIf Janeat ¬
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Commander and Mrs Mn Gleanan announce announceUw announceUN announcethe
Uw engaffemoit mellt of f their daughter Isabel IsabelHarrison IbelHarrtaon IsabelHarrison
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the shoulders The side sidefront front and kimono kimonoctacings kimonoclo8ta kimonoc1os1ns
ctacings are provided for and any an of the theIlfbt thelight
light soft materials materia may serve The Jap Japanese Japaneae Sapanese ¬
anese fabrics may be had at reasonable reasonableprice reuoaablePlica reasonableprices
price and make up into very fetching fetchinglittle fetchingItOe fetchinglittle
little garments of this kind For the me medium medium medium ¬
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81inch material materiali
A pattern of this ktmono Jdmonoel kimonosines slaes twelve twelveto twelveto twelveto
to sixteen years years1M may be obtained by in incloatnc Inclosing
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manner of tracing tracb the family p ped pedt1OlD pedigree pedigreefrom dtsre dtsrefrom
from colonial times ume to the prevent pre nt will willfind willfad ill ill1IDeI
find much to interest Inter them in a a collec collection collecties ¬
ties of books and specimens of such pub publications pubIlcatlons ¬
lications now DO on exhibition in the book bookdepartment bookdepartment
department of Woodward ft Lothrops Lothropstore Lothropstore Lothropsstore
store tore The collection is made up of ofbooks ofbooks ofbooks
books published by the Grafton Press in inNew InNew InNew
New York and booklets for free diatribe distribution dl8tribuUon diatribeLion ¬
Lion of the methods used by that that house housein houseIn housein
in getting tUD < up and an4 an prlnt1 printing family Camll pedi pedigrees pedlsreea pedigrees ¬
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cock who ho is present pr nt in person with two twoor twoor
or three assistants aul to render service to toInquiring toInqulriD toInquiring
Inquiring < patrons patrODli or even those Inter Interested Intereated Intercited ¬
cited in such matters A long table full fullof fullof fullof
of books include family histories of rare rareInterest rareIntere rareinterest
Interest t ami n1 merit such as the Hills HillsFamily H111sFamily
Family in America the Brewster Gene Genealogy Genealngy ¬
alogy a the Prindie Genealogy the theArms theArms theArms
Arms and Pedigree of KlngdonGould KlngdonGouldbeing KingdonGouldbel KlngdonGouldbeing
being bel the family tree of Mrs lr8 George GeorgeGould GeorgeGould GeorgeGould
Gould the History of Ancient Wethers Wethersfleld Wethersfteld WethersfIeld
fIeld Connecticut the Family of ofGeorge orGOOI5e ofGeorge
George Marbury of Baltimore Md and anda
a number er of o monographs mo ha upon the old oldfamilies oklfamUia oldfamilies
families of Virginia YI nia and the Carolinas Carolinasand Carolinasand CarolInasand
and the States of the old Northwest Ter Territory Terri Ter11t017 ¬
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Grafton G fton Press Pre s yesterday Air Hitchcock Hitchcockstated HltchcoekatAted Hitchcockstated
stated that his firm stands ready to na nastot 85Id asslit
slit in the work at any stage stagehaving stagehavingIn having havingin
in its employ an expert genealogist who whohad whohad whohad
had spent years in the thework V work and he hewill hem hewill
will m take charge of working out the fam family famlIy lamfly ¬
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Rifles Rlft Armory There was a large at attendance Ittendance attendance ¬
tendance the committee on public publiccomfort publiccomort publiccomfort
comfort having secured both the upper upperand upperAnd upperand
and lower halls The committed in incharge Incharge Incharge
charge consisted of Charles C arle A A f Stew Stewart Stewart tew tewart ¬
art chairman E A Nelson Jr jr1G jrdKneessi A AKneessi A AKneeI
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kin wilt appear In The Vn Vnington jdngton Her Herald Heraid
ald beginning next Sunday SV1 a dealing with withthe withthe withthe
the The Religions in America Am rlca They Theywill The Thewill Theywill
will be full of interesting intere tln and valuable in information information Information ¬
formation Whether identified with withUgloua re religious icligious ¬
ligious work or not every reader will en enjoy enjoy enjoy ¬
joy this series eri 6 Following the first general generalarticle ftflnenJArticle generalarticle
article the subjects in order will be beCatholics beCathollcs beCathoIics
Catholics in America Methodlsts in inUnited Inth8 inthe
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America Stories of Prominent Church Churchmen Churchrnen Churchrain ¬
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United States
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That great gre t disasters and calamities in indifferent Indltrerent indifferent
different parts of the the world have oc occurred occurred occtirred ¬
curred with such s 51101 ch unusual frequence requence with within within withIn ¬
in the past year as to rather overtax the thecliaritable thecharltable theCharftljle
cliaritable and humanitarian spirit of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American people in responding to cries criesfor criestor criesor
for or relief is the opinion of otflcluls ot clnl ot the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Branch of the National Red RedCross RedCrOil8 RedCross
Cross as expressed yesterday yesterdayThis yestehIayTbls yostehinyThis
This view is formulated in the face faceof faceof faceof
of the fact that notwithstanding that thatit thatIt thatIt
it has ha been a month ago since the Presi President President l ldent ¬
dent issued his h1 stirring appeal to the theAmerican theAmertcan theAmerican
American people J to contribute to the re relief relief reiief ¬
lief of lMOftC09 starving ntarrin people in China Chinaonly Chinaonly Chinaonly
only 11000 14 In contributions have been re received recltved iconived ¬
ceived so far and nearly aJl of this came camein cameh causeIn
in h within Uhln the first two weeks notwith notwithstanding notv1thstanding notwithstanding ¬
standing that there has been a dreadful dreadfulcalamity dreadtutcalamity dreadfulcalamity
calamity at Kingston In which many manyAmericans maltYAmericana manyAmericans
Americans suffered no contributions have havebeen hayebeen havebeen
been volunteered for relief work there therenotwithstanding thereDOtwttltatandlnK thereiiotwlthatandlng
notwithstanding that certain sections of ofRussia ofnla ofRneola
Russia are experiencing the worst famine famineever famineeftr famIneerer
ever known in I the thern thernhistory history of that em empire empire empire ¬
pire and mutton ot o people are officially officiallyreported omcta1IYreported ofThciItyreported
reported as a facing fael starvation only two twocontributions twocoetribuUona twocOntrIbutions
contributions have been volunteered for forrelief CorrelleC forrelief
relief work there thereLast thereIAUIt thereLant
Last winter within 1tbln a few week after afterthe aftortbe afterthe
the call of the Red Cross Crou without the thesid theaid theaid
aid of a proclamation from the Presi President PrMIdent President ¬
dent dent for contributions to relieve suffer sufferers wllerers millerers ¬
ers of the famine hi Japan several veral times tunesthe timesUte timesthe
the sum of J40 14009 had been contributed contributedcontributions eontrlbuteC contributedcontilbetlees
contributions C came in more liberally for forrelief forrelief forrelief
relief of the sufferers from the eruption eruptionof
of Vesuvius Jut last spring aprt THe San Fran Franfeteco Franhorror Franfsco
feteco fsco horror Wu was ram different of course COUrH be being beInk beink ¬
Ink nearer at home and contributions contributionsfor II IIrer
for that cause rapidly ran up into the thehundreds thehundreds thehundreds
hundreds of thousands of dollars dollarsDTCK dollarsDrcIt dollarsDregs
Dregs of Fund Reached ReachedThe tenchcI1TIM licachedThe
The Red R Cross did not appeal for con contributions contrlbution contributlons ¬
tributions to aid the sufferers of the fam famine famIne lamInc ¬
ine in Russia and the earthquake and Are ilredisaster Aredter liredisaster
disaster in Kingston It is well that they theydid tIIeydid theydid
did not for It would have brought little littleresponse littler littleresponse
response r as the American people seem seem to tohave tohave tohave
have reached reac the dregs of their funds for forsuch forsuch forsuch
such humanitarian relief work orJc in different differentparts dUferentparta differentparts
parts of the world Even the religious religiouspeoples religiouspeoples religiouspeoples
peoples of the country who tMJ are always alwaysthe a1waystbe alwaysthe
the first to come forward with their con contrlbuUooa contrlbutlons j jtributtons
tributtons have reached a halt bal for the tbere thereigiou8 j jreligious
religious re l papers that are appealing weekly weeklyand weeklyami weeklyand
and daily for aid art meeting meettn with little littleqr littleqc
j jqr
qr no response clergymen eI lSTIDen wlw appeal appealpersonally appealeCllOna11l appealpemonaliy
personally from rom the pulpit to their congre congregations COII COIIptloniJ conifre conifreUons ¬
gations Uons are receiving less lea encouragement encouragementthan eucourageJDeAtthan encouragementthan
than ordinarily they the would for funds to toaid toaiel toaid
aid the mission m work in enlightening the theheathen tINheatheR theheathen
heathen of Interior China Just J where the thefamine eramttte thefamine
famine and flood have wrought their theirworst theirOra theirworst
worst Ora fearful devastation deYutaUoaThe devastationThe j jThe
The Red Cross C Cro having ba undertakn UAdertak to af afford aftGnI 1 1ford ¬
ford relief is determined not to give up upAside upMade upAIe
Aside from the PrestdeniV Prellhlent PrellhlentaJNl proclamation proclamationand
and the appeal issued oed from the national nationalheadquarters Jt8ttonahMdqnrter nationalhendqvarters
headquarters and the tb State branches bra cs of ofthe oftIN ofthe
the society Miss Mabel Boardman mem memher member mesaher
her of the executive committee directly directlyin
in charge charge of relief work ork has issued a apuMic apu apublic
public appeal to the country through the theess thepr thepr
pr ess with 1th little IItU result Following this thisappeals thisappeals thisappeals
appeals have been sent to the editors of ofnearly ofnearlr ofnearly
nearly half a hundred h Jnclred sectarian papers in indifferent mcWerent indifferent
different parts of the country and the re reflt re reor mesUI
sUI flt of this Is being anxiously awaited awaitedi awaitedIa awaitedIn
Ia i States States tatee where there is no branch of tile tResociety tileocletl thesociety
society editors o of the larger papers pa have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been designated tM within Uh the past few days daysby daysDr daysby
by the officials o to conduct a campaign foe foefunds fo fofunds lotfends
funds and transmit them to the national nationaloHices natlonalomee natIonalothcea
oHices omeeChrlHthtJl
Christian Heralds Appeal AppealBefore 4tipcztlBefore llpcn1 llpcn1Before
Before the Presidents Pr proclamation was wasissued was1Mued wasboned
issued Dr Ktopsch editor of the Chris Christian ChrlttIaA ChrisDan ¬
Dan Herald called caUe upon his readers read rs for forcontributions forcontributions forcontributions
contributions and within a week after afterthe afterOle afterIbe
the proclamations lamatJon publication he sent a acheck aebeck acheck
check for 5609 to the society since then thenhe thenbe thenbe
be has had Mute success and no farther farthercontributions furthercontributions rtber rtbereontributlons
contributions have bav been received from fromthat fromthat fromthat
that source At the beginning Gov Cum Cummin CumIft Cumtales ¬
min Ift tales of Iowa Iowa and the governor of Wash Washington WashIngIen Yasnlngton ¬
ington were ere asked by President Pre klent Taft to toask toak toosk
ask their people for grain Jn to be shipped shippedto
to Chinaswheat Cbt was w asked for in Wash Washington Washington uh uhlupon ¬
ington and corn in Iowa The proclama proclamations JXocla JXoclatloM proclamations
tions were promptly Issued but no word wordhas VOMball wordIts
has Its been heard from the tis governors plnee plneeand inee ineeand nee neeaJMI
and it is believed that responses ea eaHen havebeen have havebeen
been slow slowThe I IThe SThe
The only relief that has been n sent from fromAmerica fromAmerica fromAmerica
America was wa I li6M worth of flour sent sentby sentby sentby
by special ship from San Francisco Janu January JanuAry Janeamy ¬
ary 17 Aside A kIe from the 2000 OOO that has hascome hascome hascome
come in since the officials have heard of ofSem ofss
ss Sem more m re that is being contributed and andig andit andIg
ig expected to reach them soon which whichwill wbichwill whichwilt
will make the total sum only 17 17The U7The 17OM 17OMThe
The officials o lc1a1s are at a loss as to what whatfurther whatfurther whatfurther
further steps may mIt be taken to stop the thewholesale thewhol thewholesale
wholesale whol death in China Smallpox has hasspread hasspread hasapread
spread to an alarming lArmln extent and the theconditions thecondltloM theconditions
conditions in the famine district are lit mdStserious litserious mt mtserious
serious according to a cablegram cable m received receivedat
at the State Department yesterday from fromConsul fromConsul fromConsul
Consul General Rodgers at Shanghai He Hereports Her Hereports
reports r ports the epidemic eJ demlc of disease and famine famineconditions famineconditions famIneconditions
conditions rapidly growing worse worseSeed WorseSeed worseSeed
Seed whokt for planting is badly needed neededfor nMdedfor neededfor
for next seasons crop to succor such s h suf sufferers sufferers sufferers ¬
ferers as may be carried through by the thetemporary thetemporary thetemporary
temporary relief being sent them Mr MrRodgers 1IrRodsers MrRodgers
Rodgers states statesDistrict statesDlNtrlet statesDistrict
District Contribution ContributionThe ContributionaThe III IIIThe
The treasurer of the District of Colum Columbia Colu Colunibin l lbill ¬
bill branch of the American National Rod RodCross RooCr088 RodCross
Cross has received the following contri contributions contributions contributiona ¬
butions to the Chinese famine fund fundIrerfowelr fundlreTioutr fundIretice4
Irerfowelr Iretice4 adraowtedaad 5iSi 1888 I Mrs 118 Marshall MarshallKWd MacstallField lallhAllPWd
Field 58 58 Mrs Bmma L L KKamtsft 5 9 HOB HOBTheodore 1108I lionTheedoca
Theodore 1 Shoots ta K Oammaailcr Frederick A AMiner AflUet AMiller
Miner s Ill M Mrs lrs It A 1axtoa 5ll H Mrs 1 L W WWBsoe WLonds WLowadee
Londs 5 10 J 1 A GiIII GUIICO 3l 11 Mba BIIIiIT i iCook S SCook
Cook 6 Mrs hs B II lleckinane 555 lMb 1leeh
1 Mba 1 Gra Graqe D Liteltlekl 35 Mis 1 Huntington HuetiatonWOIoa HuntingtonIloon
WBsoe Iloon it S total 5105 5105Soldiers 14 14Soldiers 1 1SolUcroJ
Soldiers Home Concert ConcertUnder ConcertUnder ConcertUnder
Under direction of Bandmaster J S M MZimmerntann MZimmermonn MZimmermean
Zimmerntann the Soldiers Home Band Bandwill BandwIJI Bandwill
will give a concert at Stanley Hall to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night The programme progrAmme follows followsMan followsIarda followsMarch
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Under the auspices of the California CaliforniaState ealIrornloStftte CaliforniaState
State Association AsSorI Uon Woodworth Woodrorth Clum gave gavet gavelecture
t a lecture last night at the Public Library Libraryon
on California Jamaica and Panama The Thelecturer Thelecturor Thelecturer
lecturer was Was wasintroduced introduced Intro uced by M F ODono ODonoShue ODonoxhue ODonoghue
Shue president presld nt of the association a aseociatlonI oclatlon oclatlont
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MILLIONS FOR POLICY HOLDERS HOLBEESMetropolitan HOLDERSJletropolltan EOLDEBSMetropolitan
Metropolitan Life Lifelnnumance Insurance Com Company Compan Cornpan ¬
pan pany Distributes D1 trlbute Bl Dig Dividends DividendsA
A 12000000 2000000 dividend to all policy holders holdershas holdershas holdershas
has been declared by the Metropolitan MetropolitanLife MetropolitanLIe MetropolitanLife
Life Insurance Company for the year 1907 1907This 1901This 1907This
This company which has always been beennoted beennoted
noted for the liberal policy on which it itIs Itig
Is managed has already distributed in individends InlIvIdnds Individends
dividends to its policy holders about 10 10
000000 in the last eight years and the thenew thenew timenew
new dividend of 2000000 4000 will bring its itsvoluntary Itsvoluntary itsvoluntary
voluntary disbursements to policy hold holders holders holdcr5 ¬
ers up U to the immense sum of 12000000 12000000On lOOOOOOOn 12000000On
On all industrial whole life policies policiesdated policiesdated policiesdated
dated prior to January 1 1006 190 a dividend dividendequivalent divfdcnequivalent dividendequivalent
equivalent to four fourweeks weeks premiums or orabout orAbout orabout
about 8 per cent of the premiums for the theyear theyear theyear
year has been declared This dividend dividendwill dividendwill dividendwill
will amount to 1000000 and In the dlstrl dlstrlblfUon dlstrlb distribillion
billion b Uon of profits will be included all hold holders holders holders ¬
ers of life policies in those companies companieswhich comptlnleswhIeh companieswhich
which have been consolidated with the theMetropolitan theMetropoll theMetropolitan
Metropolitan MetropolitanA Metropoll tan tanA
A further mortuary dividend of an another another another ¬
other million has been declared in the theindustrial theInduatrlal theindustrial
industrial department This appUas to toall toall toall
all death claims incurred during the year yearending yeareoolng yearending
ending December 31 1807 100 where the policy policyhas policyhas policyhas
has boen in force over five years In the thecase thecase thecase
case of death clajmst clal claim c the dividend has hasbeen bItSbeen hasbeen
been apportioned according to the age of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the policy If the policy has been in force forcefive forcefive forcefive
five years the beneficiary will be entitled entitledto
to a dividend of 5 per centr cent where It has haabeen hasbeen hitsbeen
been in force ten year ear the dividend is 10 10per 10per 10per
per cent and so on up to twentyfive twentyfiveyears twentythayears twentyfirtiyears
years when the dividend will equal 2 2per 25 25per 25pet
per cent of the claim claimOther claimOther claimOther
Other benefits which the officers of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company have brought about for the thepolicy thepolei thepolIcy
policy holders are the increase In value valueof valueof a ue ueof
of all industrial IOOu trial policies six months from fromtheir fromtheir fromtheir
their date and the liberty JI rt which is sivn sivnto siv sivto sivento
to all policy holders over eighty years yearsof yearso yearsof
o of age who ho have paid premiums for fif fifteen fttn hfteen ¬
teen n years or more to receive the face facevalues facevalues faceyaIu
values yaIu of the policy in cash or a full fullpaidup fullpaWup fullpaidup
paidup policy policyCOL polleyCOL poliCyCOL
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in a Critical Condition ConditionCol Con1IUonCol ConlilionCot
Col Joseph P Minltree purchasing purchasingagent purehuingqent purchasingagent
agent of the Southern Railway and one oneof oneol oneof
of the oldest men in the company Is crit critically critleally erRIcafly ¬
leally ill at his home 179 P street north northwest northest northwest
west est Col Mfnitree has been confined eon ned to tohte tobts tohis
his home for some time with an attack of ofindigestion ofIndlgeatlon ofIndigestion
indigestion which hleh developed into an acute acutecondition aculeCOftdtUon acutecondition
condition a day aa or two ago Late last lastnight lutnight lastnight
night he was v resting comfortably with witheven witheven witheven
even chances for recovery recoveryHe ree recoveryH very veryHe
He H is well known in Washington having havinglived h havinglted vlng vlngJIVed
lived here for nearly nearl twenty twent years His Hisfamily Hisfamily i iramlly
family of which there are four boys boy and andtwo an andtwo
two girls are all at the bedside of their theirfather theirfather theirfather I
father whose ho slight Igbt Improvement yester yesterday ye yesterday ter terday ¬
day has given them every hope for his hisultimate hisultlte hisultimate
ultimate recovery The sick nun n is isveteran a avetenua aveteran
veteran of the civil war during durln which whichbe whichhe whichhe
he served under Lee and Jackson with withgreat withgreat withgreat
great credit He was brevetted i several severaltimes s severaltimes eral eraltlmeIi1
times during the war ar and earned the theparticularly theparUeulariy theparticularly
particularly commendation of o his hi com commander commander cornmander ¬
mander at the battle of Gettysburg burg Cot CoLMinitree CotMtaltree GelMinitree
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