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Satnrday SaturdaylsChildrens Is Children s Day
PHIS HIS week we are offering a number of excellent values inBays in inBoys inI
THIS I Boys Suits Reefers Overcoats Separate eparate Pants and andE andBlouses andBlouses
E = Blouses and Girls Dresses Wraps Furs c carticles carticlesthat carticlesthat articles articlesthat
that will fit right into their needs needsat at prices much lower lowerthan lowerthan lowerthan
than usual usualThese usualThese usualThese
These special buying opportunities in January are brought broughtabout broughtabout broughtabout
about by the adjustment of f manufacturers and importers stocks stocksand stocksand stocksand
and our own ownGirls1 ownGirls 40
Girls Clothing Reduced ReducedCLEARANCE ReducedACLEARANCE ReducedS
S A CLEARANCE sale of Girls Heavy Winter Coats and Dresses DressesThe DressesThe Dressesitt
ACLEARANCE itt The entire remaining stock of these garments is marked at a avery avery avery
very decisive concession in price in order to close it out at once onceThe onceThe onceThe
= The goods are all of a high character and of this seasons seasonsproduction seasonsproduction seasonsproduction
production and at the new prices they are splendid values
Girls Coats Co ts of plain and dark plaid plaidcheviots plaidcheviots pIldcheviots
cheviots H M r length len th made box style stylesizes stylesizes stylesizes
sizes S and andllt 1 IL IL5oo
500 each Were 1000 IO oo and 1250 1250Girls 1250Girls 1250Girls
Girls Coats of red gray gnl and lnd nd dark ma materials materials materlas ¬
terials one particular style is made with witha withamtUtary withamlutary
a military cape sizes S Sand and 18 I I75o
750 each Were 1250 and 1500 1500Girls 1500Girls 1500Girls
Girls Broadcloth Coats for girls girl of S M Mand 1t 1tand 10and
F and 12 years navy and brown lined linedthroughout linedthroughout linedthroughout
throughout with satin
1250 each yere ere 15 and 1850 1850Girls 1850Girls 1850Girls
Girls Dresses seao of serge and wool 001 batiste batisteone batisteone bIeteone
one style is of serge in S Sand and 10year year sizes sizesand 1zesand 1zes 1zesand
and made with full plaited skirt and waist waisthaving waisthaving a1st a1sthaving
having plaid silk yoke this can be worn wornwith wornwith wornwith
with white hit guimpe
875 75 each Were 1250
Girls Scarlet Reefers lined throughout throughoutwith throughoutwith throughoutwith
with black satin sizes 6 If and 11 I IIooo
1000 each Were 1250 1250Misses 1250I1 12503Ise
Misses I1 ses Twopiece Dresses of blue serge sergewaist sergelat sergewaist
waist lat trimmed with plaid velvet skirt skirtbox skirtbox skirtbox
box plaited and nd stitched about 6 inches inchesbelow IncheslHtlow Inchebelow
below waist line sizes 14 16 1 and 18
1250 1 50 each eaclLWere Were 1850 1850Girls 1850Girls i8o i8oGirls
Girls Dresses made Peter Thompson Thompsonstyle Tbompeonstle Thompeonstyle
style and nd trimmed with braid and heavy heavyemblem heAvyemblem heevyemblem
emblem on sleeve made of dark blue bluecheviot bluecheviot bluecheviot
cheviot sizes 6 and 8 8Special S SSpecial SSpecial
Special price price5oo 500 each eachGirls eachGirls eachGirls
Girls Wool 001 Batiste Dresses in blue and andred Ddred andred
red some made Jumper style with ilk white whiteguimpes wRiteImpes whitegifimpes
guimpes Impes another style has a full waist waistmade waIstmade atM atMmade
made surplice style and a full shirred shirredskirt shirredskirt skirredskirt
skirt These are in 6 S and It year afee s6HIL si
750 each Were 1000 and 1250
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The materials used in these suits are better bel and the workmanship workmanshiphas wJrkmans1lip wJrkmans1lipnas
has been b en greatly improved Made in full regulation style with emblems emblemssizes emblemssizes emblemssizes
sizes 14 to 20 20i 20Two
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Peter Thompson Suits of fine finequality finequality fineI
quality blue serge ser e with withrcgulati withemblth rcgulatipn rcgulatipnemblejnsr n nembl
emblejnsr embl m ffiitl trimming trimmingiooand rW
1500 iooand and 1850 i8oeach each
Peter Thompson Suits forOungcr foryounger for foryounger
younger girls of excellent qualityblue qualityblue quality qualityblue
blue serge fuUplaitcdskirt full plaited skirbon npar nparc perc per pfcrcafine
c cafine li ffne e Body 15od > T r < f
1250 each
Boys Winter Clothing Reduced ReducedEVERAL ReducedSEVERAL ReducedS
EVERAL lines of Boys Clothing show marked reductions and it itis itis itis
SEVERAL S is just at at this time of the year that the boy needs a suit a pair of ofpants ofpants ofpants
pants or some other article of furnishing to t9 finish the winter out outBoys outBoys outBoys
= Boys Gray Grayand and Brown BrQvn Mixed Lixed Doublebreasted cd Suits with withbelt withbelt withbelt
belt bloomer bl er pants sizes 8 to 10 16 i6
500 each Were 650 650Boys 650Boys 650Boys
Boys Suits in navy navv blue serges cheviots and mixtures made in inNorfolk inNorfolk inNorfolk
Norfolk jacket and doublebreasted doublebreasted styles straight and bloomer pants pant
500 750 1000 and 1250 each eachYoung eachYoung eachYoung
Young Mens Long Pants Suits singlebreasted coat semiform fit fitting fitting fitting ¬
ting pegtop trousers cut full large sizes 16 to 20 or 32 to 36 inch inchchest inchchest inchchest
chest measure
1000 each Were Vere 1500
1500 each Were 1650 and 1850 1850Boys 1850Boys 1850Boys
Boys Winter Caps with ear flaps 5oc oc each Were 100 100Boys 100Boys IooBoys
Boys and Young Mens Mens Overcoats OvercoatsAt
At Reduced Prices PricesFOLLOWING PricesFOLLOVING PricesOLLOWING
FOLLOWING our annual January custom we offer every Overcoat Overcoatremaining Overcoatremaining
FOLLOVING 1 remaining in stock st k at a reduced price thus affording an excellent excellentopportunity cxcellentoppo excellentopportunity
opportunity oppo tunity to purchase h ghgrade hgrade coats at a decided saving and andat andat andat
= at a time time when such goods are most needed neededYoung neededYoung neededYoung
Young Mens Black Frieze and Kersey Overcoats madeon the jiew jiewFrench new newFrench newFrench
French model full length sizes sizes 16 to 20 20t or 32 to 36 inch chest measure measJrc
1150 each Were 1650 >
1450 each Were 1850 and 2000Boys 2000 2000Boys v J JBoys
+ >
Boys Chesterfield Overcoats of dark gray and fancy mixtures mixturescut mixtur mixturcut mixtitrcut
cut in the latest style well made and well fitting I v
395 each Were 500 and 750
675 each Were W re 1000
750 each Were 1100 and 1250 1250Boys 1250Boys 1250Boys
Boys Reefers and Russian Overcoats of chinchilla frieze cheviot cheviotand cheviotand cheviotand
and kersey k rsey in dark blue golf red and gray sizes 2j zJ6 to 10
500 each Were W re 600 and 750
750 each Were 1000 and 1250 1250Third 1250Third 1250Third
Third floor oorTenth Tenth st siValuable stV stValuable
Valuable V aluable Heraldic and Historical Books BooksMONG BookseA BooksA
MONG IIO G the thepu thepublications publications lications of The Grafton PI1 P i s sof of New York now nowbeing nowbcmg nowbeing
A being shown in m our < ut Book Department Departmentrrip n niin in floor Tenth St st are area area area
a few unusually important works of greatlntercst grc tercst to the collector collectorI collectorof collectorof
= I of Genealogical books
Armorial Families Fllmn s By A C Fox Da Davies DaIes Davies
vies Ies One volume folio illustrated 1489 1489pages 1 1p 14wpages
pages p ges gilt top cloth 5001 5 < L9t net carriage carriageextra carriageextm carriegeextra
extra extraprint extmChronicles extraChronicles
Chronicles of Hen Henri the VIIIth A re reprint reprint
print of Edward Hall s famous work Two Twovolumes Twoyolumos Twoyolumea
volumes folio cloth 15 net carriage ex extra extra oxtra ¬
tra traWilliam William Cecil Lord Burghley Burgbl Queen QueenElizabeths QueenElizabeths QueenElizabeths
Elizabeths Lord Treasurer his life gen genealogy genealogy genealogy ¬
ealogy arms and descendants de Folio il illustrated illustrated iilustrated ¬
lustrated cloth SI SiS lt net carriage extra extraMain extm extmMain extraMain
Main floor floorTenth Tan th st at
The Jacobite Peerage The official and ftndmlUbry andmilitary nd ndmilitary
military titles and patents of nobility c cconferrer c ccanvas cconferred
conferrer b by the Stuart pretenders Folio Foliocanvas FolioS
canvas gilt top 515 li net carriage extra extraThe extraThe extraThe
The Plantagenet Roll Gives an Im Immense immense immonet ¬
mense number of descents d ents from Edward
III of England Folio in pages cloth
4500 net carriage extra extraArt extraArt extraArt
Art of Heraldry HeJ1l1dr with many m8n colored and andplain andplAin andplain
plain illustrations folio cloth 4800 net
Mi1 and Mrs C C Glover GloverEntertain GloverEnter GlovorEnterkaill
Entertain Enter aiIr at Dinner DinnerMnrrlnge DinnerVICE DiiinerVICE
Mnrrlnge Announced of ofCrowxinkl1ie1dt Cn CnRIer CnRIerOrownlmcJ1felll i > cr crCroTCcinKliielil
CroTCcinKliielil tg I Minn Grace Snell Snelling SneJIn Snell1ng
ing In of New Xe York in London 10 LondonMrN LondonMrNMadden 11110 nU Sirs Sirs3Ind rH rHlUndcIen
3Ind Madden < len und Mian Madden to Hold HoldReception I10IdRccepUonOtl1er holdReceptionOther
Reception RccepUonOtl1er Other Events EventsMr EentsMr EventsMr
Mr and Mrs C C Glover entertained entertaineda ontortain8dlarge
a large company at dinner last evening eveningin
in honor of the Vice President PresidentMrs PreildentMrs ProeidentMrs
Mrs Falrbank Fa I rbnk who is JsPft I passing rng some sometime sometime sometime
time at Atlantic City is reported as al already alreAdy atreedy ¬
ready improved by the air of that resort resortMr rCIOrtMr resortMr
Mr and Mrs Frederick I Allen enter entertained cntorWned entortamed ¬
tamed a dinner company of fourteen last hUlteening lastevening lastevening
evening and will entertain at a larger largercompany Inrfercompttny largercompany
company this evening eveningMr event eveningMr n S SMr
Mr And Mrs lrL AuHek Palmer entertained entertainedat entertAI entertAIat
at a dinner party for young ng paopl people last lastevening l Is Isevening st steenlng
evening at the Alibi Club when the theguests thegUMts theguests
guests were the friends of their daughter daughterMiss daughteri daughterMiss
i Miss Palmer Dr and Mrs James F FMitchell 1 1Mitchell FMitchell
Mitchell chaperoned the company in the theabsence theAbsence theabsence
absence of the hosts The young people peoplepresent peopleprosent peoplepresent
present were Miss Oliver Miss Perie An Anderson AJder Mdemon ¬
demon der n Miss 111 Mary Southerland Mis MisMarion lo Misa MisaMarion1Leutze lfHI lfHIIarion
Marion Marion1Leutze Leutze Mtes Upham Miss Wet Wetmore Vet Vetmore et etmore
more Miss Shelby Converse Conver Miss ll1 s Ada AdaNewlands AdoNewlllndB AdaNewlands
Newlands Miss Harriet Wadsworth Gist GistBlair GistBlair GistBlair
Blair Mr Wyeth Lieut Shackford ShackfordLieut ShAcktordUeut ShackfordUeut
Ueut Holmes Frank Ellis Chauncey ChaunceyHackett ChaunceyHackett ChaunceyHackett
Hackett Mr Du Pont and PhelpS PhelpBrown PhelIBrown PhelpSBrown
Brown Brownairs BrownMrs BrownMrs
Mrs kVrthur rtkur Ramsey of FAItInGotSemln Fairmont FairnioutSeminary FairmontSeminary
Seminary Semln ry entertained tortalAed a dtottagtttohed dtottagtttohedcompany dt8tJngUHlbedCoswpany distinguishedconipany
company Coswpany yesterday ye terday afternoon in honor honorof honorof honorof
of Dr Edward Howard Grigs Grlg who Is Isdelivering IIIdelivering Isdelivering
delivering a course of lectures at the theChurch theChurch theChurch
Church of the Covenant and incidentally incidentallyreceiving lneldentaJlyreceiving IneLdentaiiyreceiving
receiving many charming attentions attenUo from fromth fromthe fromthe
th the intellectually inclined members of so society 0ciety soduty ¬
ciety Receiving with Mrs Ramsey and andthe ADdthe andthe
the guest of honor were Mrs Shaw wife wifeof wifeof 1fe 1feof
of the Secretary of the Treasury Mrs MrsXeedham lIraeedham MrsNeedham
Xeedham wife 1fe of the president of the theGeorge th thGeorxe thtGeorge
George Washington Vaahln tOlt University and Mrs MrsWilliam 11 11WIIUAm MrsWilliam
William T Harris 1 In the diningroom diningroomMrs dtnlnroonani diningroomMrs
Mrs ni Wallace aUace Radcliffe Mrs Robert T THall THall rHaU
Hall and Miss Westeott did the honor honorThe honoNThe honorsThe
The Mine MiMes H Helene len and Lilian Travers TraversMaguire TravellllIa8Utre TraversMaguire
Maguire were ere the hostesses at a ami dtUjnt dtUjntful deltsbtful
ful musicale mu lcaJe last evening at their home homeon homeon homeon
on U street when twenty or thirty thirtyguests thirtyenjoyed thirtygusats
guests enjoyed a programme of vocal and andinstrumental ancJnstrumentat andinstrumental
instrumental Jnstrumentat music of a very high order orderMrs orderMrs orderMrs
Mrs Fannie FannIAtLee AtLee Gage and Miss Hilda HihfaBostrom HildaoIJtrom IlikiaBotroyn
Bostrom sopranos Ml Miss Clarke ntezae ntezaesoprano meE meEIIOprano mes messoprano
soprano Mr Henry Stathan barytone barytoneMr barytonelr barytoneMr
Mr Baron Burg Bu barytone Mr 11 Joseph JosephBattle Josephhattie eph ephBattle
Battle tenor all contributed to the pro programme programme progrmme ¬
gramme as elk dk < 1W the two hostesses as well wellas wdla wellas
as a their brothers Messrs esfS Thomas and andJoseph aJHIJo andJoseph
Joseph Jo Maguire violinist and pianist re respectively respectJvely respectively ¬
spectively Miss Helen Lyon also gave gavesome gavenonie ve veme
some me piano numbers numbersA numbe numbeMated
A seated supper was served after the themusic UtemU8k themusk
music at which bkh the very elaborate floral floraldecorations 110mdeeoraUon lioraldecorations
decorations were ere entirely in pink roses roet1th roseswith roseswith
with a favor for each of the gue guests ts In the theform theform theform
form of a miniature musical Instrument InstrumentThe lo lnstrnmentThe tMlment tMlmentTbe
The tees were also in the form of banjos banjosguitars baaJcMitans banjosguitars
guitars tans and harps bar Tn TIM large 1ar table at atwhich atWhich atwhich
which the guests were seated had as its itscenterpiece IIIo Iticenterpiece
centerpiece o a huge hu e heart rt of roses rosesMrs rOMlllIrs rosesMrs
Mrs J Sylvester Phillips entertained at ata atJlwne ata
a numerously Jlwne attended reception Tester yaterI Testerday yessrtIft
day I tIft afternoon when aba sk was assisted aItiJtedAde1aJde Tfy Tfy0m
4 0m Adelaide Large of PKUburg who whoIB whoher
IB her guest au t The company paa of assistants assistantsin aatlJtantthe aistantsb
in b the drawingrooms and diningroom in included Induded Ineluded ¬
eluded Miss Mi Pauline PeArce and Alias 1111 Ew Ewing EwIng EwIng
ing with a number of th the older girls of ofthe o othe ofthe
the LelaePhlllip School An orchestra orchestraplaying orehMtraplaytng orchestraplaying
playing in the palmscreened plm reeM4 recess of the thehall thehall thehail
hall added to the pleasure of the after afternoon atterBOOft afternoun ¬
noon In the diningroom dlntn < room which v was wascharmingly waschannI wascharmingly
channI charmingly y decorated In pink carnations carnationsand carnaUenaaJlCl crnationzand
and Farlayence Farlaye ferns Mrs Philip T Ttel Car Carter Oazter ¬
ter and Mrs J Emerson Rose did the thehonors theMnors thehonors
honors honorsMiss MnorsMt8S honorsMiss
Miss Ekrise David of New York is the theguest thelueft theguest
guest of Mrs William YJUIam Barrett Ridgely Ridgelywho Rtdplrho RIdeiywho
who ho will ill give a luncheon in her honor at atthe atUte atthe
the Chevy Chase Club on SUndayMrs Sunday SundayMrs SundayMrs
Mrs F M Hatch entertained at an another another another ¬
other prettily pretl y appointed luncheon yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day at her apartment at Stoneleigh Court CourtThe CourtTIle CourtThe
The guests were lIme de Quesada wile wifeof wileof wileof
of the Cuban Minister Mme Hebbing Hebbinghaus HebbtngMUS Hebblogbans
bans wife of the naval attache of the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German Embassy Embua Mrs Buikeley wife of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Senator from Connecticut ConnecticutWeeks Mrs MrsWeeks MrsWeeks
Weeks Mrs rs Sfbtey Sible Mrs Irs Talbot Talbot Mto MtoHoughton tU tUHou MtsRoughton
Houghton Hou hLOn sister of Mrs Irs Buikeley Mrs MrsKnapp MI1IKnapp MrsKnapp
Knapp and Mrs Marye MaryeThe laryeThe iryeThe
The marriage is announced by cable of ofMr ofMr
Mr Casper QrowninshieM of this city to toMiss 0MI tjMiss
Miss MI Grace Snelling daughter of the late lateEdward ateEdward lateEdward
Edward Snelling of New York The cere ceremony ceremony coremony ¬
mony took place Thursday at t Naples Napieswhere Kapleswhere Napleswhere
where the bride alMLber and her mother recently recentlyarrived rooeDllyarrived recentlyarrived
arrived from Rome HomeThe RomeThe RomeThe
The bridegroom br1de brIdero m is isweil well known in society societybeing ooclety1HPftl societybing
being the son of Rear Admiral and Mrs MrsA MrsA Ira IraA
A S s Crowninshleld He is at present presentAmerican presentAmerican ent entAJMrlcan
American consul at Casteilamare Italy ItalyThe ItalyThe ItalyThe
The many friends of M and Mme Juan JuanHianp JulinRlano JuanRiano
Hianp Rlano the former for many years tars first firstsecretary ftratrecretary firstsecretary
secretary recretary of the Spanish Legation in this thiscity thlactty thiscity
city and more recently recenl1 occupying the thesame thesame thesame
same position po ttlon in Paris are much pleased pleasedby pleasedby pleasedby
by the news of MB l18 promotion pr motiot to the post postjaf po posto l lf
jaf o f Minister to Norway Nor and Denmark DenmarkpShfoh DenmarkJ1tQ1t Denmark1Qit
1Qit pShfoh J1tQ1t is reported by cable Mme Hiano Hianowho RlanoI Rhtnowho
I who was Miss 1118 Alice AItoeVard Ward one of the thebast theI theit
I bat liked of resident re belles is I expected expectedtiarrive oxpectedItbtarrho expectedarrive
Itbtarrho tiarrive arrive in New York today nnd come comelIDrect comearrect
fijrect to Washington for her hqr annual visit visitto visitto aU aUto
to her grandmother Mrs John S Ward Wardof Wardof BreI BreIof
of Connecticut avenue avenueMiss avenueMiss
Miss 111 Caroline Warfleld arfleld daughter of the thegovernor Utegovernor thegovernor
governor of Marylandd and Mrs Warfleld Warfleldsailed Warileldsailed Fnr eJd eJdlied
sailed lied this week to join her schoolgirl schoolgirlsister schoolgirlstster schoolgirlsister
sister in Paris ParisMrs Paris1Irs ParisMrs
Mrs Madden liadden and Miss Madden wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and daughter of Representative Martin B BMadden B B1IiIad BMadden
Madden 1IiIad of Illinois will hold a large R ge re reception re reception reception ¬
ception this afternoon at the tlt Highlands Highlandswhere Highlandswhere Highlandswhere
where they will be at home from 4 to C CThey GThey 6They
They will be assisted by Mrs George GeorgeSutherland GeorgeSutherland GeorgeSutherland
Sutherland wife of Senator Sutherland SutherlandMrs SutherlandMrs SutherlandMrs
Mrs Howard Malcolm Snapp wife of ofRepresentative ofRprsflntnUe ofReprese
Representative Represe tntlve Snapp Mrs Irs William J Jfrom TDIAMONDS JDIAMONDS
from original and exclu exclusive exclusive excinsive ¬
sive designs Estimates Estimatesand Estimatesand Estimatesand
and drawings furnished furnishedwithout furnished1vithout furnishedwithout
without charge chargeGALT chargeGALT chargeGALT
GALT BROEstablished BRO BROEstablished BROSEstablished
Established Over ajCentury ajCenturyJewellers a aCen Cent fury furyJewellers ryt rytJewellers >
Jewellers Silversmiths Stationers StationerIIO7PENNAAVG
Barnett wife of Capt Barnett of the thenavy thenavy
navy Mrs Edgar Russell Ru s el1 wife of Maj MajRussell MAJRussel1 MciRussell I
Russell of the army Miss Katharine KatharineMorris Katharlno1lorrls 1athar1noMorris
Morris of Philadelphia and Miss Bertha BerthaOldfleld BerthaOldfield BerthaOldfleld
Oldfleld of New York YorkMr YorkMr YorkMr
Mr rfnd nd Mrs 1I Thomas F Walsh and andMiss andMiss andMiss
Miss Walsh will sail n today from Now NowYork NowYork NowYork
York to pass the remainder of the winter winterin wlntorin winterin
in Italy They The propose making mftkln Rhort Rhortvisit a iihortvisit short shortviait
visit in Paris in the spring and expect to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return to Washington for a short season seasonbefore seRsonbefore seasonbefore
before going to Colorado C louIO for the summer summerMr summorMr seminarMr
Mr and Mrs Robert Ivan Gammell of ofProvidence orProvidenco ofProvidence
Providence are the guests of Mrs Hope HopeSlater HopoSlater HopeSiater
Slater at her home on Eighteenth street streetMrs streetMrs
Mrs Slater entertained ol tertalned at dinner in their theirhonor th theirhonor fr frhonor
honor last evening eveningMrs eveninglttrg
Mrs Mrs lttrg Walker Fearn widow widowof of the lato latoMinister latoMinister IntoMinister
Minister to Roumankt whose friendship friendshipfor frlendihlpfor
for the Queen of that country oopntry has led ledher ledher ledher
her to devote herself largely to alleviating alleviatingthe
the misery of the blind arrived arrlv d in Wash Washington 1VaahIngton WashIngton ¬
ington last evening and has taken for forthe forthe forthe
the remainder of the season the resi residence rosldenee mcideuce ¬
deuce of Mr Richard Lee Fearn Fearnllaaaehusetts 2302 2302Massachusetts 2IJ 2IJMassachusetts
Massachusetts avenue As announced announcedseveral announcedseveral announcedseveral
several weeks ago Mrs Fearn Fe Foam rn is I bringing bringinga
a personal message from the th Queen Queento
to the President Pre ld8nt on n the subject pf of work workfor workor workfor
for or the blind blindMr blindMr blindMr
Mr and Mrs F Carl Smith SlIItt will give giveanother gheAnother giveanother
another of their studio athomes 1thonisc this aft afternoon afternoon a t ternoon ¬
ernoon at IflW 1 17 Seventeenth SeyentHII I street streetMrs atreetMrs streetMrs
Mrs Hansbronghs many friends will willbe winbe willbe
be glad to learn of her r continued Im Improvement Improvomont heprovoment ¬
provement in health Her return to her herhome herhome
home 17K I7 Q street which her b r mother and andbrother aDdbrother andbrother
brother still occupy te as yet t impractica impracticable ImpracUcapIe Impracticabis ¬
Dr and Mrs N r B Webb of Capitol CapitolHill CapitolHilI CapitolImi
Hill HilI gave a dtoet dl e Thursday evening eHAln com complimentary InpUmentary oemplinentary ¬
plimentary to Judge Raney and his wife wifeof wireor wifeof
of California CaliforniaMrs California11rs CailforniaMrs
Mrs David T foay aT will not be at home liometoday hometoday hometoE1ay
today or any Saturday in February ow owing owInSto owlog ¬
log InSto to her absence from the city cityWHY cityWHY cityYHY
Posthumous Interview Tells of ofBreak ofBreak ofBreak
Break with MoKinley MoKinleyAlliance MoKinleyAJJlnnce MoKinleyAlliance
Alliance with Flnjrree Against Mc McMillan JrcJUHnn McMillan ¬
Millan the CnuNc CnuteYnll1ly Vainly Sought Soughtto SougW SougWto Sougiito
to Resign Daring Dnrha WarUgeui War WarURDU Fnr FnrUJtGI1
URDU the promise thai It would QUid not notbe ROtbe sotbe
be published publt bed until after his death Gen GenRowel GeeRuesell
Rowel 11 A Afeer on March 4 JroI 01 gav gavto sa sato gave gaveto
to the managing mana D editor of a Milwaukee Milwaukeepaper Mllwkeepaper Milwaukeepaper
paper an Interview siring incite fact factregarding facts factarep factsregarding
regarding rep his retcnatfcm resi nation from President PresidentMcKinleys PresidentMcKinley PresidentMcKinleys
McKinleys Cabinet and his election to UM UMUnited tbeCntted theUnited
United States Stat Senate SenateOwing SenateOW111K SenateOwing
Owing to the severe VeR crtttdam directed directedagainst directedasalnat directedagainst
against him during dun the SpanishAmerican SpanishAmericanwar 9pa Amertcaa Amertcaawar
war Gen Alger said he three times of offered oCferect offermi ¬
fered to resign from the Cabinet Preai Preaident Prellldent Prestdent
dent McKintev however would not listen listento U8tfQto listento
to such a plan declaring decIsrIn < that he would wouldquit wouldquit
quit the Presidency DC7 first Despite this as assurance u usura assurauce ¬ I
surance sura ee his reelsnation was w afterward afterwardaccepted afterwardaccepted afterwardaccepted
accepted because according accordl to Gen Alger AlgerI AJprthe Algerthe
I the President Pre was embarrasasd and andi aDCIanaoyed andannoyed
i annoyed through Algers alleged sill alliance al1lanee sillsoc ¬
ance soc with Oov Go Plngree In a plan to elect electAteer electer electAlger
Ateer er to the Senate McMillan MCMW having havingpromised JaavtacIOID havingpromised
promised to give ve way was to Gen Alger at atthe atthe atthe
the conclusion co clon of his term termHe te teHe termHe
He says at a meeting In Detroit at attended att attended ¬
tended t by GoY Plngree and twenty other otherState oUterState otherState
State ofltetaJs he was asked to run for forthe forUM forthis
the Senate Seale and ha premised eshsed that UlatJte UlatJteU he hew heUps
w i ld Upon U Ups Ms s ratwnt re ifQWgtM ifQWgtMbe to WftahtoigtM WftahtoigtMhe
he was informed by a newspaper man manthat JIIaUaa manthat
that Uaa t the President PNald nt was annoyed because becausea
a member of his Cabinet bad formed an analliance aftaUtanee analhianci
alliance with a man hostile to the Frost Presti Prmddent Frostdent
i dent Oov G Plngree against a Arm sup svpj npporter supporter
j porter of the administration Senator Mc McMiUan McxWaa McMUhan
MiUan No credence was placed In the thereport tJIenport thereport
report by Gen Alger until later when whenhe 111enbe whenhe
he received a message from Vice Presl Presli PINIclent President
i dent Hobart asking aid him to run un down to tothe totM tothe
the Hobart summer aum r home at West t Bud BudThere BDdThere 1lldThere
There he was w Informed that the President Presidentwas Pre Presidentaa ldenteaabrrueed
was aa embarrassed because beea the Secretary Secretaryhad Secretaryhad Secretaryhad
had formed an a alliance alltaDce1ith with Plngree eeCondnuin PingreeContinuing PlngreeContinuing
Continuing Gen Alger said saidI Id IdHI
HI I asked uk the President le t If I had really reallyembarrassed reallyhbIL reallymbrraDed
embarrassed him himYes hbILYea hh hhYes
Yes he said yon Y01Ihave have embarrassed embarrassedme
me and I am a annoyed annoyedI
001 I told him hi that I could readily relieve relievehis Ide IdehAs relievehis
his embarrassment by resigning re lpln from his hisCabinet ktt ktI IdaCabinet
Cabinet CabinetI t
I have not asked you to resign he hesaid heaJd heaRId
said 1 I shall never ask you to resign resignBut reelpHBut resigaBut
HBut But I wrote out my resignation and andsent andMIlt andsent
sent It to the President In the th mean meantime mem1time meentime ¬
time McMillan had announced his candi candidacy canclldacT candidacy ¬
dacy for reelection to the Senate a most mostdishonorable mMtdishonorable meetdishonorable
dishonorable thing to do do in view of his hispromise 1ti 1tiprombre hispromise
promise to me and many others othersI
I resigned r as Secretary Secr ry of War and in ina Infew Ina
a few days I received from the President Presidenthis Predentbls Presidenthis
his written acceptance of my resignation resignationThen re resignationThen f nation nationThen
Then I went to the President Pre klent and told toldhim toldhIm toldills
him that when n I had h cl accepted a place In Inhis Inhis Inhis
his Cabinet Ca net I had not surrendered my mycitizenship InyeI mycitizenship
eI citizenshipCon citizenship citizenshipGen tiRnablpGen
Gen Alger r said he informed the Presi President President Prealdent ¬
dent that McMillan was strongly trOft I in favor favorof fllorof favorof
of Reed when McKinleY received the nom nomination nomination mominatlon ¬
ination inationIn inationIn inatlonIn
In response tq a request for an estimate estimateof
of McKinleys Character racter Gen Alger AJ er said saidI
I cannot give you OU that Then he added addedHe AddeduHe addedHe
uHe He has many lovable Qualities but he helacks helacks heJacks
lacks backbone backbone ftnd nd nothing nthl can make up upfor upfor upfor
for the lack of backbone backboneAROUSES backboneAROUSES backboneAROUSES
Game nnrt Fish Protective Associa Association AMMoelntlon itssoclatb ¬
tion tb IlniiH Series of Lectures LecturesTn IccturmcThe 1ectnresThe
Tn The Game and Fish Protective Associa Association AssOCladon Asoociation ¬
tion of the District of Columbia Is malt malting makIn soaklug ¬
lug In earnest efforts to add to the attrac attractions attraetions attractions ¬
tions of our public parks by releasing releasingwater releasingwatoc releasingwater
water game and song son birds in them and andis andis andIs
is Inviting the interest of the public In Inthis Inthi inthis
this undertaking with a series tte1l of popular popularillustrated popularIllustrated popularillustrated
illustrated lectures on natural history for forthe forthe forthe
the education of the young youn and the enter entertainment entertainment entertainment ¬
tainment of o all The first of these free freelectures freelectures freelectures
lectures will be given tven at the Public PublicLibrary PUblleLlbraT PublicLibrary
Library hall on the evening of Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Ycdnesday ¬
day January 30 r by John W Yo Titeomb Titeombof
of the Bureau of Fisheries FisheriesMrTitcomb Fl FisheriesMrTftco herlesMrlTltcomlMS
MrTitcomb MrlTltcomlMS MrTftco has been Identified with the thepropagation thepropngatlon thepropagation
propagation M or > fish and game since 1S81 1S81when 1S91when 1501when
when he was appointed chairman of the theVermont thoVermont theVermont
Vermont Fish Fl h and Game Cojnmlsjrton QJ1lW on In Inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which capacity l he e Hrv4a rvld ffa itiir f1i twelve twelveyears twuhojcars twelvoyears
years resigning when he He hamc btunc me to Wish Wishington Wsbington Sb SbIngton
ington to accept his present position In Incharge Incharg incharge
charge of the division of fish oBlture in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Bureau of Fisheries Ha organized organizedthe orgttnl20dthe organizedthe
the Vermont Fish and Game League aguo bn bnof utt uttof ec ecof
of the largest asff lfflno aswlatIona > iations otlon of that charac character chnrncter character ¬
ter in the country and as it I ithpr1dent ithpr1dentfor > president presidentfor pr aent aentfor
for a great many years He Is also nn ex expresident e epresident oxpresident
president of the American Fisheries FisheriesSociety FlslerlesSociety Fisheries FisheriesSociety
Society and of the North American Fish Fishand Plshand Fishand
and Game Protective Association AssociationIn
In 190WM he was employed by the Ar Argentine Arlentine Argeneine ¬
gentine government to investigate its itswaters Itswate Itswaters
waters wate which he did from the 2 2fith > th to the the43d the43d the43t1
43d parallel south During this period periodhe perIodhe periodhe
he built the first hatchery in South Amer America AmerIca Arnerlea ¬
ica and before ljs lls return to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States salmon samon and trout spawn had been beentransported beentnlnsported beentransported
transported from this country and suc successfully succe66tully socceltuhly ¬
cessfully hatched f f j 1 Argentina ArgentinaHe ArgenthmHe ArgentinaHe
He js Ja a scientific expert associated teJ withthe withthe with withthe
the National Bureau of Fisheries Fis erlcs arfthor arfthorand a athorand ihor ihorand
and lecturer He H has an interesting interestingseries InterestIng5erietl interestingseries
series of f lantern 1a tern slides illustrating his hislecture hislecture hislecture
lecture and a d his hearers may be assured assuredof
of both information inrormatlonand and entertainment entertainmentIntrant entertainmentIntrmlt entertainmentlntmit
Intrant the Floral Decorations Decorationsto
to Shaffer whenever you OU entertain 14thI 14th I It
DIPLOMAT TO MARRY IARRYNicaraguan MARRYNicaraguan I1ARRYNicaraguan
Nicaraguan Minister Is En Engaged Ellgaged Engaged ¬
gaged to Miss Morning MorningLATEST FlemingLATEST lemingLATEST
Not XotForRlnlly Formally Announced nut l > Prac Practically Prnc40tlcnJly Practically ¬
tically Admitted by Interested InterestedrnrtlcN Il1tcrc Intcrc8tedParticsflotli tel tellnrtlclIDotb
rnrtlcN lnrtlclIDotb Both Have Figured in inIlrokcn InJJroken inhiroken
Ilrokcn EiieraKcmeiit Bridetobe BridetobeDaughter DrJtletolteDaughter BrldctolcDaughter
Daughter of Col and Mrs lrH Fleming FlemingTha FlemIngTho FlemingThe
The latest t international romance to at attract attract attract ¬
tract the attention of society to that tJ at atSenor of ofSenor ofSenor
Senor Corea the Minister MInI ter from Nina Nicaragua NlearA Ninareguc ¬
ragua rA ua and Miss India Bell B l1 Fleming a adebutante Adebutante adebutante
debutante of the past month whose e en engagement engagement engltgement ¬
gagement although not formally an announced announced annoinced ¬
nounced Is practically admitted by both bothinterested bothInterested bothinterested
interested parties and likely to receive receivethe receivethe receivethe
the official announcement of the parents parentsof pArefttof parentsof
of Miss 111 Fleming In the near future futureMIsa futurMIss futureMiss
MIss Fleming FJemln is the only daughter dau tr of ofCol oCCot ofCoI
Cot and Mrs rs Robert I Fleming the for former former former ¬
mer a veteran of the Confederate army armywhence armywJnce armywhence
whence he gets his title while on her hermaternal herm hermaternal
maternal m tcrnal side she is descended from fro In Col ColTedder ColYedder Caledder
Tedder edder an officer of the regular army and andthe aDdthe andthe
the uncle of the celebrated painter Elihu BllhuVedder ElihuVedder ElihuVedder
Vedder Although a debutante and just justnineteen juatnineteen justnineteen
nineteen she IB already the heroine of ofbroken A Abroken Ilbroken
broken engagement made ilia and ruptured rupturedduring rupturedurln rupturedduring
during urln her last year at school She was wasgraduated wasgraduated
graduated last June from the same fash fashionable fuhtonabIe fenhlonabie ¬
ionable seminary that educated the Misses MisstwShouts I IShonl8 MissesShouts
Shouts and like them in h an heiress heiressI heir heirNo heiressco
I Xo co Formal ForninlIn Announcement AnnouncementIn
In making maktn no formal announcement of oftheir ofthetr oftheir
their daughters du hter engagement until ready readyto read readto readyto
to name the wedding day as well ell Gel Coland Coiand Geland
and Mm Fleming are following the theforeign 1Mforeign theforeign
foreign fashion fa hJon with the result that the thewedding theclIJlf thewedding
wedding clIJlf cards are now expected within withina
a few weeks wkaof of the announcement an lIIeftt of the Uteengagement thee theengagement
engagement engagementMr e 5axementMr
Mr Coreas promotion to t a a European Europeanpost EuropeanPNt Europeanpost
post is said to be in prospect t and until untilthat untilthat untilthat
that is decided dedcI no day wilt wi be named for forthe forthe forthe
the wedding weoddln Col and Mrs M Fieotfag re recently re recently recostly ¬
cently gave a a large dinner psrty in toe toeMinisters tilel1aIater theMlnlstes
Ministers honor which was accepted by bytheir B BUteit bytheir II
their friends r as a virtual vtrtlment aefcaowteife aefcaowteifement aeknowindgmint
ment and au mark of o approbation of their theirdaughters tbeIrdaupteC theirdaughters
daughters choice choiceMr eMlceMr choiceMr i
Mr Core Corea Cores Senor Don Lute F Lures c cB LuresIC CoreaE
E B Eo and M P to give ve the bridegroom bridegroomtobe brldesroomtobe bridegroomtobe I
tobe his proper designation is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the best known LatinAmericans LatinAmericansWashington In InYaah1n InaahIngton5hav1ng I
Washington Yaah1n aahIngton5hav1ng tOll bavins represented his cone country eoutr conetry ¬
try tr as Minister Un er since UN 1MI and even previ previous preTiCHM previone ¬
one to that having been attached to the thelegation theIe8atton theedoi
legation edoi over 01 which 1btchbe he now presides He Heto HeIII HeIs
to considerably under forty years of ofaa age agean agean
an accomplished linguist and popular with witha
a large official circle circleXcver circleSe circleXeer
Xcver Se r Prominent In Society SocIet Here HeroHe Here11e hereHe
He enjoyed the friendship of the late lateSecretary lateSecretary lat latScretry
Secretary of State Hay to an unusual unusualdegree unU8UaJref unusualdieree
degree ref but has never been prominently prominentlyidentified INOaWMttt1rklentiAed prominentlyldentiOed
identified with 1th society in Washington Washingtonalthough Wuhtqtonaltboush Washingtonalthough
although at one time he was w rather con consplcoous COftapIeaoua conspicuous
splcoous in the Southern set In New York YorkHis Yorkm YorkHis
His m engagement to Mrs Lee Jordon of ofMacon ofMacon ofMacon
Macon Go announced and broken with withRMKh withmach tth tthmIlCh
mach more publicity than usually ac accorded acCOId accorded ¬
corded the love offafrs oK fn of o even a bachelor bachelordiplomat bachelordtplonat bachelordiplomat
diplomat is 1 still fresh in the public mind mindMrs mindIn mindMrs
Mrs Jordon J n who has since married marriedspent mart1edapeat marriedspent
spent considerable eoMld rabie time hi Washington Washingtonduring Walhlngtolduring toP toPvrta
during vrta her engagement eD emeDt to the faactaatfn faactaatfnMcaraguao fudDadDif fudDadDifNeara mnscinadniNIcaraguan
NIcaraguan Neara coming COD on one occasion to toattend toat1ea41 toattend
attend the Presidents diplomatic tIe recep reception reeepdoll reeption ¬
tion Ita m her be character ella ter as the young 101 min ministers 11IIIIftaaeee misIstars ¬
isters nance nanceSUES ftaaeee ftaaeeeSUES flCOO flCOOSUBS
W V G Clevclitnd Charges OJmr eK Negligence NepfllKenccof I Iof
of Gen hurries nnd Others OthcrnWitttam OtherHVllllam OthersWilliam
Witttam G Cleveland administrator of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the estate of Melvin L L Cleveland his hqbetPn son sonbegan sonbegan
began suit yesterday terdaJ against Gen George GeorgeH
H Harries William E E Bleo and Frank FrankS FrankS
S S Durston for 10 10000 OO damages for having havingcaused havingcaused i
caused as Mr Cleveland alleges in his hisdeclaration hlajedanttloD hisdeclaration
declaration the death of his bIaClevelancl son sonClevelands sonClevelands
Clevelands attorneys Rosaa F Down Downing DowlIID Downlog ¬
log ID and George A Berry state that Gen GenHarries GenHarries GenHarries
Harries assumes and undertakes the rank rankand rankand rankand
and duttos clutcw of brigadier general in com comnmndof COIDJIMlncl corninsnCofhe
nmndof JIMlncl insnCofhe orbe ihe National Guard of the Dis District DI8trlct Di Ditrict ¬
trict of Columbia and that BIeo and andDurston andDurston Del DelDunston
Durston occupy the tb rank of navigating navigatingofficer nav1plJDo navigatingoffIcer
o officer and ensign en respectively of the theNaval tbeNaval theNaval
Naval Battalion of the District of Co Columbia C0 C0lumbia GolumbiL ¬
lumbia It is further alleged aJle ed by 1 7 Cleve Cleveland CtvelaDd Cinveland ¬
land that on November 91 last Gen Har Harries Harrie HarrIO ¬
ries rIO ordered a cruise for his b own per personal personal perona1 ¬
sonal pleasure and 00 gratification fTatl tkm of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States steamship Oneida down the thePotomac thePotomac thePotomac
Potomac River on which he was as accom accompanied accompanied accompanled ¬
panied by Bleo and Durston and that he heordered beonlered heordered
ordered Melvin Cleveland now dead to toenter toenter toenter
enter a launch which was being bel towed by bythe bytb6 bythe
the Oneida for the purpose e of steering steel1 the thesame theme thenas
same sameMr nas me me11r
Mr Cleveland CJev Ia1td alleges that the launch launchthrough laUIICbthrough launchthrough
through the negligence and incompetency incompetencylack Incompetencylack Incompetencylack
lack of skill km and experience experlen pf ef r Gen Harrift Har Harries liarries ¬
ries Bleo and Durston upset over overturned overturned overturned ¬
turned and capsized cap lzed and that his son sonMelvin sonMetln nonMelvin
Melvin was i thrown out of the launch auAChdrowned and aaddrowned anddrowned
drowned in the Potomac River RiverARMY RherARMY RiverV RiverARMY
Army Arn rUI Orders OnlcrnIkfe OreIerDis OrdersJki
Ikfe Jki ass WILLIAM P KfXIKftS retired redndtbd7 to todatT Ii IidUt3r
datT M 5 deputy gofcrnor Soldier H JIOM IlOS M Dtetotet Dtetotetf DWrietel
el f CotaMWa reHertag Brfc G Oea a fthmrt B BAYImtUM B BHItItmI l lS1hIion
AYImtUM retired March lIcla 1 1I JH 1Iteaubs
MARTIN rItTI tofwury 1IafIW recruit depot Fort StocuM StocuMtomfcrnd SIotIatruIIamJ Sbxinatrandeani
tomfcrnd to Hospital Cps C M private to toGcMial toGaaa1 toCeased
Ceased Hoapttal Waditofcton Banacta 1torr with wttaGompanf IriUl00MpaBS withOoapssy
Gompanf C IlMpiUl COrps COrpsFeMowtag CorpF 1braFsi1owh
FeMowtag F Fsi1owh sc printer first rIca JaM Hoapiul Corps re reenrft M Menett reerwk
enrft depot Fort Slocnm to imvttiaK rermtha station JtattoMdettltlllned stationdetgsaed stationdeateaated
deateaated GBOROK i IIOBKRTS 1 Tenth Tenthstreet TaaUatnet Tenthteet
street teet CbatteDooca WILLIAM A A RODGX11S RODGX11SMJH
31 313 MJH FajreUevilk street Ratefeh RatefehSergt flskWiSett a aSergt
Sergt First Claw CHARLES F 1 BBLB Itepital ItepitalOorps nespitalOorps 11npftalCorps
Oorps to e Fort SilL SilLPrivate SULPrttate SIlLPritate
Private WILLIAM J 1 WELCH H IIcal < M0itAl Cmps CmpsFort 0tr1tsFort tnpcFort
Fort MtMoukt to depot of recruits and canals canalsFort ea1sort camelsFort
Fort ort McDowell thence to FMHppiMe FMHppiMeOrdnance PhIlii PhIliiOrdnance eLOrdnance
Ordnance S Sergt rjtt BENJAMIN H HIBTT BUtT from fromJacko froM1acboR frosJackson
Jackson Barracks to Fort McRee McReePrirate Melt MeltPrivate reRPrinte
Private First ClaM JOHN 10H STREAMER Hospital HospitalCorps 1I01111talC hospitalcoqs
Corps from Toledo to Fort Wayne WayneRecruit Wa WaRPCTUIt WayueRpcruit
Recruit JOSHUA L GOKRON Coast ArtHtey Mttlln3now Arthlisrynow ArtHteynow
now in conMiitent l at recruit depot Jefferton JeffertonIlarraeks Jde Jdenarraelts Jeemosllsraek
Ilarraeks dfcehared without honor frost fun RIM the thearajr Utearms thearsv
arms by reavm rea of dc Iesetton Iesettoncept ertioR ertioRCapt ioft ioftCapt
Capt EDWIN EDWI P WOLFE AMWattt irtnt nt MW messn MN fre freFort froM froMFort fromFort
Fort Hancock to New York City CityFirst ClqJr3t tIt tItrfrst
First LiNt NORRIS STAYTON ArtHkir QKV QKVto ewp ewpto
to Ceait C Artfllftr ArtfllftrIVnvnl ArUllttXnnI ArUII1xaval
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Sen s B L L WRIGHT to Need a1 Hvtsitel N Nw NwPert w wF wFrt
F Frt rt Los LFOHAssistant LFoA5ilitaRt LosAseistost
Assistant IanaaMer J II KNAPP to I LawighiM LawighiMBwtewsln LwIiIa LwIiIaD LswidasaBontewsie
Bwtewsln D t5nm F GARVBY from Nawl Hospital Mare MareIriaml JIareIlla Marcldasd
Iriaml Illa home nit orden ordenMOVfijIBNTS ordenIOlDlGTS ordersMOViIlNTS
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the Bwean n 1t of NanUHMi NanUHMiArrired NsriatlosArrierdJansary aTigaUOIIrriftldIalMWJ
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Newport Se Jamary 24 t Brute from TetapkiM TetapkiMville loutpldurille 1ispSlnaelSe
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TUb Charleston from Magdalena Bay Itc 1 for forPJehlHnqit foePiehUiDque forPithiltaqe
PJehlHnqit January Iamaar5 2S 5 Abareada da from Gaan Gaantanawo G GtanalRO Gnantanamo
tanawo for BalUmore BalUmoreCtoUter Dal lahtimoreCollier lole loleC
Collier C Ajax 1Mlthant er hant ceapUreeat pkred JIIa te serv service service soreIce ¬
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The Washington Washington Yashln to l Herald has but butone butone butone
one one name Itla It It Is The hQ WashtntonHerald Washington WashingtonHerald Yash1nttonHerold
Herald evera e evy i r lrniu rrtlrrgr in the J1e wok wjekSunday W wokSunday k kSunday
Sunday Included Telephone Main
First Counselor of Mexican Embassy Embassyto Em1n y yto
to lie Bi Charge dAffalrc dAffalrcSenor dAffairesSenor 1 AffnIre AffnIreSenor
Senor Godoy who for the past year yearlias yoarbas yearhas
bas been Mexican minister to Cuba Cubawa Cubnwas Cubawas
wa was presented to Acting Secretary of ofState ofState
State Bacon and Sxjlney S Sney l ey Smith chief of ofthe ortbe ofthe 1
the Diplomatic Bjjfbaq Ioeu t < UI1It yesterday as asthe asthe asthe
the first r t counselpryQ counsel eounseltrotlIo ro tho Mexican Em Embftsay EmbeMy Emlay
lay who will be be charge daffaires daffairesuntil daltaJresuDUl daffairesuntil
until the arrival early next week w k of ofEnrique ofHnrlque ofEnrique
Enrique Creel the noisily no ly appointed appointedMexican appointedMexican appoIntedMexican
Mexican ArnlMUWftdor AJnbaa aor who entered the theUnited thelTntted theUnited
United States early thi this week en route routeto routeto routeto
to Washington WashingtonSenor WashingtonSenoI VashlnstonSenol
Senor Godoy has been sent to Wash Washington WashIngton rasb rasbIngton ¬
ington by his government it I Is under understood underBtood understood ¬
stood to coach Mr Creel Mr Creel Creelwho Creelwho Creelwho
who resigned his office of governor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state of Chihauhuu Is first of o all a abusiness ahu ahusin
hu husin business fn s sa man in both finance and com eommerce commerce cornmeree ¬
merce and this will be his hi first ex experience experience cxperience ¬
perience is diplomacy diplomacyLIXENS dlplomACLIKENS diplomacyLIKENS
Italian AmbaHwndor Deliver Lecture LectureBefore LectureI1cfore LectureBefore
Before Washington Comitatn ComitatnBaron ComltntnBaron ComltataBaron
Baron Edmondo Mayor des Planches Planchesthe PlIlncbesthe Piancheathe
the Italian Ambassador Am lor < delivered a lec lecture lecture leeture ¬
ture before the Washington Wuhln lon Comltata of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Dante Allghteri Society tJ last night nifhtat nl nightat ht htat
at the embassy on New Hampshire Hampshireavenue HamIreaVEnue Hampshireavenue
avenue avenueIn aVEnue1n avenuen
1n In n speaking of American Amertcan appreciation of ofDante ofD ofDante
Dante D ate Mayor dec Planches PIs ches said that OB a avisit at avisit
visit t to the White House he noticed that thatthe Utatthe thatthe
the Presidents edition of DaMe was one oneof oneof
of the most thumbed in the Library He Hecompared H Hcompared Hecompared
compared the personality a1tty of President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt to that of the poet inasmuch leumuchboth as asboth asboth I
both were ere men of great sat strength th < of char character c1iaraeter charaeter ¬
aeter and endowed e 11th with ith remarkable power powerof powerof er erof
of restraint restraintThe reaftralntThe m mThe
The local society lety is a branch of that in inItaly inItaly inItaly
Italy which has 1808 696 member and ITS ITScomitatl 171comltatl 176cemltati
comitatl of o which six are in the United UnitedStates CnitedStates LnitedStates
Mrs 1rs Platt Charges Newspapers Pub Published Published Published ¬
lished Libelous Articles ArticlesDemand ArticlesDeninsids
Demand IU1OO > from the Wn Washi Washiingtozr ash h hiiiKtoii
iiiKtoii Pont Io t nnil 200000 120U000 from fromthe frolltthe frontthe
the VnMliInKton TimeMrs Time PlusesMrs
Mrs ra Litttan T T Platt wife of ofPlatt Sefator Sestor Sestorltlau
Platt of New York YoB began suit 3 3against yeseday yesedayagainst i I IapIaat
against the Washington Post Company Companyfor CompanyI Companytor Companyfor I I
for I3WIW damages which she e claim claimshe elaimishe lalm
she sustained through the alleged jHibJl jHibJlcation pub1lcation pubilcation
cation of malicious rnt4cIoiiS and defamatory libel libelMrs libelMn libelMrs
Mrs Platt l t at the same time lied H CUlt uuitagainst Gut Gutqalnst CUltagainst
against the Washington Times Company Companyfor
for s 300014 damages for f r the publication publicationof
of alleged libelous articles articlesMrs arUe arUeN articlesMrs
Mrs N Platt states that she be is an anlutely abso absolutely abnolutely ¬
lutely honorable woman w n and that batpubllea tit titpublication the thepublica
publlea publication lion of the anlged aMpcl libelous articles articlesare articlesare s s8ft
are false and without foundation In face faceand tactaDd factand
and that they have injured her good goodname podaame goodsass
name fame and reputation among her herfriends Mrtriend8 herfriends
friends and aDCIthe the public publicThe publteThe publicThe
The articles referred to ty ly ty Mrs Platt Plattin Platthe Plttn
in n her declaration which hich was died led by byt byUWrney
Attorney UWrney t H Wmshtp Wheatiey were werepublished werepublisMcl werepublished
published In I the Post and the Times and andwere andwere aridwere
were alleged to have been n copied and re repuMtehed repubUebed ccpublished I
published from a a New York newspaper newspaperThe neperThe newspaperThe
The stories regarded by Mrs rs Platt n nlibelous tUbPlo as aslibelous
libelous UbPlo bore headlines as follows May MayDivorce layDivorce MayDivorce
Divorce Senator Mrs Platt Planning PlanningSuit PlanningS1dt PlanningSuit
Suit Couple Give Out Denials UAt1 UAt1toraey At Attorney ¬ I Itcaney
torney Carmody Says Story of Trouble TroubleHad TroubleBad TroubleElad
Had Nearly Besotted R Res kd m fa Tragedy T at atStatesmans atStats atSttemaan
Stats s Country Home is Sub SubstantaUly SUbuany Substautinfly
stantaUly uany Correct and w Coa Coachman a In Involved Involed Invoiced ¬
voiced Said to Be In 1JI Hick Paver With WithMrs WithXn WithMrs
Mrs Platt PlattThe PIauThe PlaItThe
The Post is S sued on three and the theTimes tileTlma theTimes
Times on two counts COU Us each for 100K 100KBANK ldOOO ldOOOBANK tee teeBNX
American merJcnn Institute I tltt1tc Hold Regular IlcKrnllrMeeting RegularMeetluig
Meeting Jlectll1 nt Guile hail IInIICharles IIRJJCharles hailCharles
Charles H Treat was the principal principalspeaker I Ifpeaker I Ispeaker
speaker at last nights meeting of the theAmerican theAmerican I
I IGude
American Institute of Bank Clerks at atOude atGode
Oude Halt Mr r Treat spoke upon the theHiatory th thHlstory theHhatory
Hiatory of the United States Stat Currency CurrencyIssues CurrencyIufS CurrencyIssues
Issues IufSJuellc IssuesJustica IssuesJustice
Justice W E Ambrose of the Dis District Dlstrtet District ¬
trict Supreme Court spoke briefly on onthe ontbe onthe
the relations existing between banks banksand bankssad banksand
and courts and made a strong < appeal appealfor appealfor appealfor
for all employes of banks to enter upon uponJury vponJry uponjury
Jury duty when called ned on to do so soR soR soR
R R N No Harper president of the Ameri American Amerfen Amen Amencan ¬
can National Bank spoke upon Great Greater Greater Greater ¬
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