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THE WASHINGTON HERALD THURSDAY MARCH 7 1907 5
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r New York YO kWASHINGTONParis YorkWASHINGTONParisMens kWASHINGTONParisMens WASHINGTON Paris ParisMens
Mens Shirtmaking Department DepartmentJTE DepartmentWE Departmentj7E
WE JTE are pleased to announce that our OllrForeign ourShirts ourForeign
Foreign Fabrics for forShirts forShirts
Shirts to Order OrderAre
I Are re nptF3ii 1 mow o O ibition Hbilioii and ready for your sour inspection inspectionWe inspectionJ inspettionWire
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We fe wo wocttd advise early selection as the new new cloths 1oths which are of ofour ofcur ofilr
our ilr dirtCtll11portation direct importation are more attractive than they will be later i in the theseason theason theseason
season ason by byreason reason rusonof of the th variety newness and exclusiveness of the pat patterns patterns patterns
terns which in many cases cannot be duplicated d plicated later laterWhite laterVbite laterVhite
White Shirts also lso made to o order from 150 ro up upIn upIn upIn
In connection with our Shirtmaking Department ielt we w do all sorts sortsof 30rtsof orth orthof
of Shirt Repairing such as a renewing the ucdduwriitcII neckbands wrba wtitbnds > dt and andbosoms audbosoms amdbosoms
bosoms and n mending ng rents caused by laundering launderingMam IairnderagMain
Main floor oov P 8t 8tMens StMens
Mens Clothing Department DepartmentMain
Main floor Tenth street streetE streetWE streetJiJT
E are pleased to announce the arrival of theNew the theA
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4 New Spring Models in inMens inMens
Mens Suits and TopCoats TopCoatsA Top Coats CoatsA
A generous showing of plain grays blacks and fancies fanciesThe fanciesThe fanciesThe
The famous SteinBloch Clothing is largely represented representedtogether representedtogether representedtogether
together with the production of one other reputable reputablemaker reputablemaker reputablemaker
maker makerWe
We invite inspection of the new stock which will be beaugmented beaugmtnted beaugmented
augmented almost daily by new ne v arrivals arrivalsMain
Main ain floor Tenth 81 St or Main floor F St StContinued StContinued StContinued
Continued Clearance Sale of ofE ofBoys
i Boys and Youths Clothing ClothingWEare ClothingTITE
TITE E are offering the entire balance of our stock of Boys Bos and andf andy andvv
WEare vv f Youths y ouths Winter Tinter mter Suits and Overcoats Oft Overc ts at t half and 1es ess than half halfformer halfformer
former prices for clearance The assortments are still good goodboth goodboth goodboth
= both in styles styl s and sizes Sizes are somewhat broken of course courseThey courscThey courseThey
They are as follows followsYoung followsYQUUg ollowsYQOg
Young Mens Suits in handsome fancy mixtures nixt res black thibets and andunfinished andunfinishe4 andfinish
unfinished unfinishe4 finish worsteds s sizes 31 i to 36 These are marked at half price priceWare pricefare priceWftre
Ware 1500 1650 1650 16 o 1850 2000 2000o 2000New 2000Now 2000Nw
New 7 750 0 825 925 1000 1000Boys 1000Boys
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Boys Suits doublebreasted and Norfolk styles some with straight straightand straightll1d straightIR1
and IR1 some with knickerbocker trousers They Theyare are shown in Wucs biucs blacks blacksand biacksand 1acksand
and fancy mixtures and there are about 200 oo suits to select from in all ailsizes allizcs allizcs
sizes izcs except 12 and 13 These are marked at half price priceWere priceWere priceWere
Were 650 750 850 1000 1200 1200Now 1200Now 1200Ntw
Now 325 375 425 500 600 600Boys 600Boys 600Boys
Boys Overcoats O ts in blacks Oxfords and fancy fancy mixtures mixtttr mixturesstill sstill still a aood agood ai
good i ood ° ° assortment to select from All marked at less than half price priceSizes priceSizes priceSizesupti6years
Sizes Sizesupti6years Sizesupti6yearsWere up to 16 years yearsWere yearsW
Were W rc 750 1000 1250 1250Now 1250Now
Now 250 375 500 500Thirt 500ThirC 500Third
Third floor TWith th 8L 8LDepartment StDepartment St StDepartment
Department of Womens WomensReadytoWear vVomensReadyto WomensReadyto
ReadytoWear Readyto Wear Garments GarmentsThird GarmentsTlzird
Third Tlzird floor G street streetSHOWING streetSHOWING streetOHOWING
OHOWING SHOWING New Spring Models Suitable for Local Wear or orf orAdaptable
SHOWING 0 f Adaptable for Southern Climates ClimatesComplete ClimatesComplete ClimatesComplete
Complete Costumes Dresses D sses Tailored and DemiTaiiored DemiTaiioredSuits Demi DemiTailorecic TaiJored TaiJoredSuits
c = = Suits Baby irish rish Lace Linen and Lingerie Waists Princess PrincessGowns PrltC PrhessOWflS s sGowns
Gowns OWflS in Organdie Mull AI nil Batiste Bat te Nets and Lawn baudembroidered baudembroideredand
and lacetrimmed med Wraps and Traveling Traveli Coats c cAttfntion c cAttention cAttention
Attention is called to our collection col tion of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Spring Rain Coats CoatsWhich CoatsYhich
Which embraces every desirable new effect in this most practical practicalaad practicalaadnecessary and andnecessary andnecessary
necessary garment The shades are very pretty and serviceable The Thecrive Thestyles ThestyiCs
styles are semifitting tightfitti tightfitting and loose The trimmings are very veryattractive veryattractive
attractive crive and appropriate We show these rain coats in 4 s and andfulllength andlulllength andlulllength
lulllength effects effectsPrices effectsPrices effectsPrices
Prices 1500 1850 2000 2500 each eachAlxr eachshowing eachAo
Alxr showing a splendid collection of ofShowerproof ofShowerproof ofShowerproof
Showerproof Glorias GloriasBeautiful GloriasBeautiful GloriasBeautiful
Beautiful lightweight htweight silkandwool rainproof garments in gray black blackbrown black1to7fttaft blackltOWfl
brown 1to7fttaft tan green and blue W < i show these in fl J1 and full full1en knths knthssome 1enthsSome ths thsme
some me plain tailor effects others more or less elaborately elll orutdy trimmed A Avariety Avariety Avariety
variety of attractive and smart shapes shapesPrices shapesPrices I IPrices
Prices 2500 and 2850 each eachAlso eachAlso eachAlso
Also New Spring Tourist Coats CoatsIn
In the new check and plaid cloths made in the full liii effects effects1 m inmal1J inmal1Jya in many manyvariations many manyvariatio
variations ya variatio riation
riationc c Prices 1250 to 3000 3000Third 30 3000WOODWARD O Oc
Third MC W c c cWOODWARI
> WOODWARD LQTHROP LOTHROP
IN THE SOCIAL WORLD WORLDJapanese WORLDJ ORLD ORLDJaallGse
Japanese J a > anese Ambassador Alubassa or and andViscountess alIdViscountess andViscountess
Viscountess Aoki Heeeive Heeeivei HeeeiveMIGAREME ReceiyeMIOARE1YIE Receive311GAREME
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MIGAREME TO BE OBSERVED OBSERVEDSeveral OBSERVEDSCtrnl OBSERVEDSevcrnl
Several EvcnlK Arranged Arranged for Cele Celebration CcleInAtlolt Cele1rzllJofl ¬
bration of middle Point Between BetweenAxli llctnccnAJllb Between41ih
Axli Wcilncxday Vednellt1n and I3n Easter ter Sun Sunday SundalUrll SuitcJayMri ¬
day dalUrll Sir Herbert Ilerhert Wndwtvorth ndworth to toGive toGhe toGive
Give Domino Party lIar with Dancing DancingMKCamae 1anclngAIcarN anefnlJdJeare
MKCamae the roMdte point between betweenA het IetWeflah ween weenAM
AM A ah h WeftMMlay We Iay 7 and n IBaater ater Sunday will willbe wiltbe wUlbe
be celebrated today by a number of ofsocial or80daI ofocta
social octa events 18 although In several t1eVerai cases casesthe OR ORthe ciisthe
the date has been selected aete ected more by iy acci accident IIcctdfat cc1 cc1dent ¬
dent than design The Japanese Ambas Ambassador Anaba8Mdor Ambaasdor ¬
sador and Vtscountecs Aoki will gtv gtvtheir sWtheir gtvtheir
their second large evening evenln reception and andMrs andII Dd DdMrs
Mrs II Herbert Wadaworth her usual usualThursday usualTbun Iua1Thuriday
Thursday Tbun ay evening at home by taring lwvlngomhio 101 a adomino IItom
domino tom omhio party with dancing dancingThe daftcl daftclTbe dancingThe
The German Ambassador and Barons Baroneavon Bar Baron Baronsvon
von on Sternbtirg Stenabu will 111 entertain at t break breakfast breakrut brenkfast ¬
fast complimentary to the ofltoers o Ioen of the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German army who are now making m enkin klDg an anofficial anodlelat
official 1 tour of the American allies by bydirection bydlreetlea bydirection
direction of their Emperor Emperorj EmperorCoaman EmperorCHimnder
j Commander Hebbinghaus oC the Ger Germs GerIMa Carinsa ¬
ms IMa Embassy and Mm Mane Hebbiitgbaus HebblnrbaueltwrtaiJaed Ubbhtghauaentartaineit Hebbiitgbausenurrtainert
enurrtainert a dinner company at ofpenpIe young youngP 7 7people
people P l Jut t evenln evening which Included InehNl d Mrs MrsForaker MrwForaIE MrsForaker
Foraker ForaIE r Miss Ai Le Bourgeois > iiw 1 Mer Merrku MerT MarrIan
rku rIan Terry T rry Crosby lroeb llfee JlU M Maxwell i1a well th thSwiM the theSwIM theSwbis
SwiM Minister Mr Sturfly of th u British BritishEmbassy Britieh8m BrttiehEnbsy
Embassy 8m Count Hatafeldt and Mr von vonRadoviu vonRadoIt on onRalt
Radoviu of the th German Embassy EmbassyProf Embua EmbuaProf ItmbaaYProf
Prof and Mrs Willis wm L L Moore enter entertained ontertalMd entertamed ¬
tamed at dinner last aat evening Prof and andMrs andIrs andra
Mrs ra Alexander Graham Bell Justice and andMrs andln andMrs
Mrs Anderson AadeIllODo the Secretary taJy to the Pres President PrNklent Preaident ¬
ident and Mrs J Loefe Mr and airs Theo Theodore Theedor rbeocion ¬
dore dor W Noyea No Dr and Mrs Mn George Geo L LBarrie LBrrt LBarrie
Barrie and Mk and Mr l1IL Raymond Pat Patterson Pattenon Pattersan ¬
tenon tersonThe tenonThe tersanThe
The British Ambassador and Mrs Irs Bryce Bryceare Brceare iryceare
are now established In Kin King Edwards EdwardsEmbassy EdwardErobaaQr 1dwardsEmbay
Embassy on Connecticut avenue where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the Ambassador A win n bold his official re reception re reception recaption ¬
ception always the opening os ntng function of ofeach oreacb ofeach
each new w envoy next Tuesday afternoon afternoonThe attentooftThe afternoonThe
The delay in taking D possession of the UMembassy theembuq theembey
embassy was caused largely by h the non nonarrival DOGarrival nonarrival
arrival of several 1 boxes 1 ootttataiJcg the themany themany themany
many personal belongings be of the Am Ambassador AmbaRador Ambazwlor ¬
bassador and Mrs n Bryce which are now nowbeing DOWbeiB5 nowhehig
being placed placedThe plalriThe p1cr p1crThe
The Spanish Minister r Senor Don D Roman RomanPina RolDanP1na RomanPins
Pins 7 Millet arrived yesterday ye8t and will willbe willbe willbe
be presented to the President today The Thefirst TIlefirst Thefirst
first secretary of the legation and Mme MmePastor JDePastor MmePantor
Pastor will entertain at dinner in the theMinisters theI theMinisters
Ministers I honor tomorrow vening weJdDcSenator evezdngSenator veningSenator
Senator and Mrs x trs Dtpew will dose their theirhouse theirbou8e the4rbetas
house on N street today ad leave enve for forNew forMew forNew
New York Senator aad Mrs Depew neewnot 4o 4onot donet
not expect to return to Washington 1ubl until untilnext wnUlnext untilnext
next winter whiterMrs winterKn winterMrs
Mrs John 1 DalaeU Idll will leave Monday for forSan forSaa forSan
San Francisco to make mak a short visit to toher toher toher
her daughter Mrs Dunn Dunn before the th latter latteraad latteraDd 3attmand
aDd her children sail uJl with MaJ aj nu nufor Dunnfor Dunn Dunnfor
for the Philippine early 117 next month JftOQtbM aoathMien monthMiss
Miss M Settle Macpberson Marshall Mar H and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Joseph J Arth wore married yesterday yesterdayafternoon yenLerdayafternoon f faftfftlGOla
afternoon at Christ Church navy vy yard la lathe tatile inthe
the province of a small compaiqr of rein reJaI re1ativp reinthr
I tivps thr and a f few fa personal > friends the rec rector rector mctor ¬
tor Rev Arthur S s Johns J h oxidating oxidatingThe o IesttaThe OIIIcIUUgThe <
The guests were seated by Mr r Archibald ArchibaldArth ArcblbaldArth ArchibaldArth
Arth Arth Mr C V Everett Mr W C Buck Buckingham BuckI BuckInhagn ¬
ingham I ham and iid Xr r H W Barmun who whobiter wholater wholater
later led the way w y to the altar altarThe altarThe stintThe
The bride was escorted by her father fatheri fatherMr fatherMr
i Mr George K R Marshall and had as her heronly heroal7 besSonly
only attendant her starter itita r Mia JiI Nellie NeBteMarshall NeWeManbaJL NellieMarshalL
Marshall The latter wore ah afternoon afternoontoilet attnnoeatoDet afternoontoilet
toilet of ecru ru net net with tIbIn8t trimming of ofbrown oCtwoa ofbrown
brown and carried Bridesmaids roses rosesThe JCNNILThe moonThe
The brides costume was a a tailor gown ow of ofbrown ofbrowa ofbrown
brown broadcloth bro with which she be wor wora wore worea
a brown 0 bat She he carried a large cluster clusterof cluoterof
of white roses Mr Claud Arth brother brotherof brotherof brotherof
of the bridegroom br1d was wa u best man manMrs mallM manniri
Mrs M Oldberg entertained at a studio studioparty at1opart7 ofUdIOparty
party but evening oompllnwutary oompll to Mies MiesMuriel lU lUMuriel MsMuriel
Muriel Pears Pei of England E who will 111 tar terminate ter terminate tarminnie ¬
minate her visit to Washington tomorrow tomorrowand tomorrouti Icmorrowand
and sail the following loIlo fol1owth day for home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The Minister from Norway and Mme MmeMange MmeHaup MineHaie
Mange had as their dinner guests on onTuesday onTue8day onTueoday
Tuesday evening Mrs 4me Bacon the CODa counselor CODa8fIor cou couaelor ¬
selor of the British Embassy FAlbe and Lady LadyIsabella LadyIsabella Ladyizabeiln
Isabella Howard MaJ and Mrs Mn McCaw McCawtey Necawky lcCawIty
tey Mr and Mrs A I Iegare > gare Mrs Rich Richard Ricbani RIchard ¬
ard Townsend Col and Mrs Henry May MayMrs WayHope MayMrs
Mrs Hope Slater Miss Lucy Kean Prince PrinceKovdacheit PrinceK PrinceKoudacheL
Kovdacheit K of the Russian R Embassy EmbassyMr Baabu8JPMr EmbassyJiEr
Mr Skybak of the Norwegian Legation Legationand Legattonand tion tionaa4
and Mr Walter V R R Berry BerryThe BKryThe BerryThe
The marriage t of Miss Adelaide A4 laJde Kenyon Kenyonof
of Chicago Cblca o to Cant apL C H McAllister McAllisterchief McAllisterchief ter tereldeC
chief engineer of the Revenue R venUfl Cutter Ser Service Service Ser4ce ¬
vice took pJaoe last evening eYeniD at St StANmas StAlbans i
ANmas Church Wisconsin avenue in the thepresence theor thepiemw
presence of a small company represent representing rlpIe88ntlite rapronentisa ¬
ing only the Hose 10IHt friends of f the brMe brMeaad brMebrtde brilend
aad nd bride groom The latter latterwere were re attended attendedby attendedW attendedbt
by Mrs Nellie Fielding Flldin and Mr Alexander AlexanderJt
Jt X Mullowny ullowny of this city The bfWe wore worea worea worea
a wedding gown of white silk and lace lacewith lee lacewith I
with tulle veil and orange blossoms bIoMoms and andher andher andher
her matron of honor a white lace gown gownwith gownwttb gownwith
with large white picture hat Rev Re George GeorgeCF QeorgeC Ii IiC
CF C 1 Bratenahl the rector of th the church churchofficiated churchGaiclated
officiated officiatedMr oatctatftXr GaiclatedMr
Mr and Mrs James Hudson announce announcethe A announcethe DOUoce DOUocetile
the marriage man of their daughter dug tel Mien MiseEleanor sBleanor MienEleanor
Eleanor Francis lraDC Hudson to Mr lr Newell NewellElliot NewellUot
Elliot Uot Vinson Vln on of Los Angeles Cal 1 on onFebruary 011Februar7 onFebruary
February 12 12Owing u uOw1 2 2Owing
Owing Ow1 to the absence of the brides bridesparents brWesta brldespatents
parents ta in Europe until UI very ery shortly be befor k kEngraving beEngraving
Engraving Engravingfor
for Spring Weddings WeddingsJJTEDDING WeddingsWEDDING WeddingsJJJEDDING
JJTEDDING WEDDING JJJEDDING Invitations Invitationsy Invitationsand
y Pr V and announcements announcementsthat announcementsthat announcementsthatare
that thatare are correct correctin in form and andin andin andin
in phraseology S a anlpl nip I es esand esand esand
and estimates submitted submittedwithout submittedJvithout submittedwithout
without charge chargeA chargeGAL chargeGALT
UALl GAL GALT ° A J T T JDtU9 JDtU9Established BRO BROEstablished BROEstablished ODHi
Established Over a Century CenturyJewellers CenturyJcwellers centuryJewellers
Jewellers Silversmiths Stationers StationcrsI
1107 I 107 Pennsylvania Ave AveGO AveGO AveGo
GO to that DINNER DINNERin
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fore ore the marriage the ceremony took tookplace tookplaee tookplace
place at the home of their soninlaw and anddHtightur anddaughlur anddaughter
daughter Mr and Mrs George Raymond RaymondWeed na111ondWeed RaymondWeed
Weed of BrotKlyn Mr r Harry L Hud Hudson HudIIQn Hudson ¬
son the brides bride brother gave avn her away awayA IlWRYA awayA
A large company mpany of friends witnessed witnessedthe witnessedthe ed edthe
the ceremony remo at which Rev Robert RobertBruce RollertBruce RobertBruce
Bruce Hull D D officiated officiatedMr of otIIcltedMr elatedMr
Mr and Mrs Vinson Ia on left the same sameevening sameevening sameerasing
evening for an extensive extfOn lTe honeymoon t trip tripto tripto tripto
to end at their future home in Callforain Callforainvisiting Ca1tforulllvl1n Caitfornivisiting
visiting vl1n Chicago Colorado Co ra40 Springs ings the theGrand tit titQnlnd theOTand
Grand Canyon of Colorado and other In Interesting Intereating ft ftterutlnl ¬
teresting points en route routeASCHTE routeAROHIE routeAROHIE
AROHIE ROOSEVELT BETTER BETTERIVnrnliipr BETTERnrnlnJt BETTERWarning
Warning nrnlnJt Diphtlierln Placard Novr NovrDlniilnycil riownIHllhlctl OW OWiIspluiycit
Dlniilnycil OM Outside < xl le HI Ills Room RoomA UoomA ItoontA
A large red placard bearing the words wordsdiphtheria wordaJUphtheria wordscilphtherla
diphtheria within yesterday was tacked tackedon tACkedon tackedopt
on the wall outside the room In which whichArchie wttlehArehte whichArehie
Archie Roosevelt the third son of the thePresident thePrMldeftt thePresident
President te lying Iyt ill in UM White House IleuwSurgeon lIou HouseSurgeon e eSurS
Surgeon General Rlxey the attending attendingphysician attendingphya1cI
physician phya1cI notified noUft the District health of ofnce oCftce oflice
nce lice late Tuesday of the presence of con contagious eonta conlegions ¬
legions ta U8 disease in the White Mouse The ThePresidents ThePrellldenl ThePreeidents
Presidents son was taken ill mat Friday FridayThe JrIk1Tbe FridayThe
The quarantine applies to Archie Boost Boostveils ROOftvelt Itoooevolts
veils velt room The lower floor of the man mansion mansion manstoit ¬
sion is still open npento no the public Only the theboys thebOys theboys
boys mother the physician and nurse nurseare nul1teaJfl nurseare
are permitted to enter the tb sick k room and andMrs antiMra andMrs
Mrs Roosevelt R O does not visit other part partof parts partaoC partsof
of the house beyond an apartment Im Immediately 1mmedtately immediately ¬
mediately adjoining adjoining < Archies ArchiesThe Archie ArchieThe ArehiesThe
The boys boy condition was somewhat Im Improved Improved miproved ¬
proved yesterday and Surgeon SU G Gtnenil GtnenilRtxey ieml iemlRlxey entlRtxe
Rlxey Rtxe announced that he was Wa out of dan danger danlIer danger ¬
ger Mrs Roosevelt has been at the bed bedside 1tedaide bedside ¬
side of her son almost constantly since sincehe sincehe nee neehe
he was taken sick
3I11e 31 me SchumHnnHeInk SchumHnnHeInkXcv
Xcv Jfaticnal Theater tn Friday Frida afternoon X Man I IM I IM IM
M tM oclock oclockWORK uci uciWORK ck ckWORK
WORK OF SOCIETY SHOWN SHOWNOfllcorx SHOWNOnIcorll SHOWNOlucorn
Ofllcorx n Itt t St Vincent tie Paul Or OrgraiilzAtion Qrgaul7JRtlon OrganlmttIot
graiilzAtion 3Iake Their IlepnrtN IlepnrtNThe Il IteporisThe llnrh llnrhThe
The regular monthly meeting of the theParticular thePutleular theParticular
Particular Council of St Vincent de Paul PaulSociety Paul90eIety PaulSociety
Society was held teat evening at St StPatricks StPatrlek StPstilcks
Patricks rectory Judge William IWam li Ii l De DelMey DoLeroy > e eLacey
Lacey presiding Reports were received receivedfrom reeetvedfrom receivedtrain
from the presidents of the various ftJ1o confer conferences coater8IICft conferencon ¬
ences throughout the dty and from rep representatives Jeptatlvu reprenentadves ¬
resentatives tatlvu of the society aoclet from Brooktend Brooktendand BrookIaDdaacI 3TO0111Ddand
and AnacosUa A giving a summary RllUDa of the therelief therelief therelief
relief work among the deserving dooervIn poor poorThe poorTIM poorThe
The reports were gratifying pad matIfytn In the attend attendance atteBdaaett attendance ¬
ance shown at the weekly w meeting tneeU the thelarge tIMIarp thelarge
large number of cases visited ted and the therelief urelle therelief
relief given givenWilliam pvenWtUlaala givenWilliam
William p PTh CTSwney reported reJkwt rIIOIteCTht mat tbl tblwork uwork tb tbwork
work among the derelicts who are abet sheltered abeItered abettaxed ¬
tered at the Good Samaritan 8antaaome Home shows showsno IIhoWIJno showsno
no abatement and that great good was wasbeing wubeJa wasbeing
being beJa accomplished toward making these thesemen tMtiemen thesemen
men selfrespecting and selfsupporting selfsupportingRev aeIfsupportInRev
Rev Re D I J Stafford 8ta ont D D spiritual direr director dlftCtor dirertsr ¬
tor spoke earnestly and eloquently eloquentJprdi re regarding megardini ¬
garding prdi the great work being accent accomplished a accentpUshed OmpU8bfJd ¬
pUshed by the members of the St Vincent Vincentde VIDCtDtde Vincentdo
de Paul Society among the poor without withoutregard wkbOutncard Withoutretard
regard to creed or color and stated he hewas 1MtltIed beas
was as gratlfled tltIed at the seal and spirit shown shownby Ibownb7 shownby
by the members in thto mission missionThe IIIIaIOLThe atindonThe
The representatives r rapres rH ntatives of the special lal works worksconference worksconference orke orkeCOnffM1Ce
conference having havl lr in charge the work workamong weBamo workamong
among amo the various varlo institutions including includingthe 1Re11Mlblfthe includingthe
the Jail aimshouse a1mh U8f Washington Asylum AcyluraHospital AqhfmHo AsylumfftaI
Hospital Ho pItai and Reform School made an anextended a axtended anextended
extended report of their ir cUvties ctJv among amongthe aaaotICt amongthe
the t inmates of these institutions institutionsJudge ln InstitutionsJudge tltutlonaJudp
Judge De Lacey La J spoke of the necessity necessityfor necessityfor 7 7for
for a larger fund to carry out the relief reliefwork reliefwO reliefwok
work k among the poor to a greater extent extentand erteatud extentand
and it was decided d that the members ben of ofthe otthe ofthe
the conferences should eh Wd make personal ap apJlf1a np nppeals p ppeato
peals for additional funds the contribu contributions eontltlKttloaa contrthuthins ¬
thins to t be sent to the treasurer of the theParticular tbeParticular theParticular
Particular Conference Patrick J 1 Brennan BreaBRaurz BrennanU
187 U Twentyfirst street northwest who whowould whowould whowould
would acknowledge aelmow ah all subscriptions subscriptionsDEFLECTORS subecriptionsDUtEOTORSARE ubecrtpUolIIDlltEOTORS
DEFLECTORS DUtEOTORSARE ARE REELECTED REELECTEDo
No > o Change Made in Board onrll Tiy I Stenni Stennil StenmImHt StextrnItat
l ImHt > > at Company CompanyAt COJ11pnnAl
At the annual meeting of the stock stockholders stockholdere storkholders ¬
holders of the Norfolk and Washington WashingtonSteamboat Whln WashingtonSteamboat tOft tOftSteamboat
Steamboat Company yesterday at the offi offices 01cell cliicon ¬
cell of the company the following were werereelected wereteet werereelected
reelected teet directors to serve during durtft the theensuing theenuIn theensuing
ensuing enuIn year John Job Boyd Daniel J Calla Cailahan Callahan niia niiahan
han John Callahan Daniel Fraser Ed Edward EdaM Edward ¬
ward aM Graves W B D Hlbbs II Clarence F FNtnnent FNtnnent FNt
Ntnnent Nt mment George W Pearson Odell S SSmith S SSmitb SSmith
Smith Hymn T Wheeler Levi Woodbury WoodburyAt
At a subsequent meeting meetl of the directors directorsLevi dheetorsJA1 directorsLevi
Levi Woodbury was reelected president presidentCtarence prideatClarence presidentClarence
Clarence F Norment vice I president John JohnCallaban JolutCallan Johntatlaban
Callaban second nd vice vt t president pres and gen general 1et1ral geecent ¬
cent ral manager and Odell S Smith Mere secretary ecre ecretar ¬
tary tar 17 and treasure treasu fI D J Callahan wag ap appointed AipoIDtCI appointed ¬
pointed assistant general mauager Sff W H HCaJianan HCllhaft iicalIanan
CaJianan general pn ral passenger patl8fD I agent a t and andU aIIdU anfU
U Williams auditor auditorARMY auditorARMY auditorARMY
ARMY AND NAVY NAVYArmy NAVYrm NAYArmy
Army rm Orders OrdersUtwt OrtlerlCLieU OrdersLMut
LieU Cot WILfcKR WIL U C WILDER iMfMetor banrimpral pan panwai 11to
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HOI llOE E FOR EMBASSY EMBASSYGernlallY EIYIBASSYGerniany
Germany Reported Negotia Negotiating Negotiating Ncgotaatiiig ¬
ting for Anderson House HouseSAID HouseS HouseSAID
I
S SAID SAID ID TO HOLD AN OPTION OPTIONProperty OPTIONPropert OPTIONProperty
Property Hits Been ecn on the Mnritet MnritetSonic JhuittSnme MnruetSome
Sonic Time 1m but t Ounr On r I 1M Quoted Quotednx
nx a Saying He Unit Ilcconnlclerc Ilecomtldereclccldcn 1tcconiit1crcdJeclslcn l lDecision
Decision to Sell SellIntcretcl Interested Parties PnrtlosDecline Pnrtlesnculluc Partieslccllue
Decline to Discuss the Report ReportA
A rumor WRJI wa current hi rent 1 estate Nta t tlIOeIet7 and andsociety andsociety
society eireffs ttm lreie ytttaroay that the German GermanAmbassador G GerinnAmbassador
Ambassador 1 was about to purchase the theLara the1rz i iLarz
Lara Anderson house at RiS U Masse Massachusetts Massechuetts ¬ I IchUllett
chusetts avenue northwest north a as tb the future futureborne u1ure u1uretwine ure urehome
borne of the embassy emT It was stated that thatBaron that1kron 1
Baron von 9teraburg St 1Ib had received as assurances u uqnmcoa assismancos ¬
surances from his home government SMer 1 nt that thathe thathe thathe
he could purchase a permanent t home for forthe Corthe forthe
the embassy and having looked over overavailable oeravailable overavailable
available sites for the purpose he had hadsecured badsecured
secured an option on the Anderson house bouseas boURtbe houseas
as the most available for his purpose purposeIt
It 1 t to known that the property has been beenfor beenfor
for sale for some time and that a promi prominent tfOID1i ¬
nent n t real estate t Arm has tto die residence residencelisted rNldeaceIIIfted residenceJiete
listed Jiete I on its books A member r of this tbllinn tbllinnrtated arm armstated linestated
stated last at night that he doubted the truth truthof truthof truthci
of the report though tbo he had heard It ItThe ItThe ItThe
The real estate man said that he recently recentlyhad rfCfftUybad recentlyhad
had a a letter l atter tter from Mr Anderson in which whichthe whlththe whichthe
the owner stated that he had 4 practically practicallydecided prKtlca practicallyderided 111 111tJfCIded
decided not to sell the property being beinginclined bftqindfned beinginclined
inclined to retain his IIIoIneln home in Washing Washington Wa Waton ¬
ton The broker said M be was not able ble to todeclare 0declare todeclare
declare positively that the German Em Embassy Em EmbusBY Embasay ¬
bassy or some other did not have an anoption IIoption anoption
option on the property rt but that if it had hadn Iaadobtained hadtsn
tsn n obtained it had been through thtou scow SOMMother IIOtIMoth scowQther
other oth r agency apoc than his hi Harm The real realstate realstate realstate
state broker stated that Mr Anderson Andersonhad Andenlonhad Andersonhid
had recently re tl purchased a small piece of ofproperty 0WlWrty ofproperty
property to provide room for or a stable taN taNt te tetiio IDtist
tiio t l oAT of his house and declared that thathis tllathis thathis
his information was that Mr Anderson Andersonwas AJadenoRwa4 AndersonWas
was not now intending Inten lln to sell sellThe sellThe II IIThe
The rumor however that the German Germangovernment Germangovernment
government is i after aCt the property comes comesfrom comonfrom
from a reliable source It I t to I believed beIIeYedWashington in inWashington inWahlnctOD
Washington that the Reichstag will will in inthe illthe Inthe
the near future make an appropriation appropriationto
to purchase pure a site in Washington WshlftCtOnthat and andthat andthat
that on the strength lIt h of this probability probabilitythe probabOfttM
the Ambassador Am has obtained an a option optionon
on th the Anderson n property propertyEfforts propertyEfforts
Efforts to corroborate the rumor both bothat botbat bothat
at the German Embassy and the Lane LaneAnderson LanAndel1lOD LarsAnderson
Anderson home late bun night D t failed to toget toget
get any aD reliable Information en the Uteject hub fcutoJrt hubject
ject Jrtla jectIii
jectb
la the letter referred to Mr Anderson AaderMMto A Ata
to said d to have stated that be would not notnow BOtBOW notnow
now relinquish ownership to the property propertyfor prepertylor propertyfor
for a much larger Isret SUM than t any that tlaatbeen had hadbeen badbeen
been considered Idered In the sate of the proper property property property ¬
ty heretofore heretoforeMBS heRtotoreMRS heretoforeMBS
MBS JOHN T KELLEY CHOSEN CHOSENIClectcd CHOSENIfaeetetl CHOSENlCicctcd
IClectcd President of Home and For ForelKTH Fort1 ForCigiL
elKTH t1 n JlhlltloJ1ar 3llsstonary 3Il louary Society SocietyMrs Societyrs SocietyMrs
Mrs rs John T Keiley Kell y was elected presi president M8Idfnt president ¬
dent of o the Womans Home and ForeignMissionary Foreign ForeignMlsalouary
Missionary 1 Society of the Fourth Pres Presbyterian PreebterlaA Pro Probyterlait ¬
byterian Church at a meeting yesterday yesterdayThe yeaterclayThe yesterdayThe
The other officers oeen elected are Mrs H P PBiles PBUee PBliss
Bliss first vice president t Mrs G W WBabcoek WBabcoek W8siicoek
Babcoek second vice president Mrs 1 T TV TV TV
V Magoffln Man third tJ vice president t Mrs MrsW nW MrsW
W S Stockbrtdge fourth vice president presidentMr PftIIdeDtH presidentMr
Mr H I Houston Houat tl I recording d dX secretary secretaryMrs secretaryMrs
Mrs X C H Livingston corresponding eor see sscfvtary seefttary seertary
fvtary Mrs n F M Barnes Ba secretary taJy of ofliterature ofIftintuft ofliRmature
literature Mrs A B B Kelley treasurer treasurerMrs ttMaurerMra treasurerMrs
Mrs J W HoIlkUy and Mi Mra Frederick FrederickMiller Fftdea1clt1Imer FrederickMiller
Miller members at It t Urge UrgeAddresses JarseAcI4r largeAddresses
Addresses AcI4r were ere made during durt the meet meeting meetjftt meetlag ¬
lag > by Mrs Milton V Richards presi president pr president l ldent ¬
dent of the Womans Synodical Home HomeMissionary HomeXlAlonary HomeMissionary
Missionary Society Mrs Tennis S S Ham Hamlin Hamlin Maintin
tin lin president of the Presbyterian Home HomeMissionary HomeKlalonary HomeMissionary
Missionary Society and Mrs Wallace WallaceRadcttCte WallaceRadclttte WallaceRadcliffe
RadcttCte president of the Womans For Foreign hretp Foralga ¬
alga Missionary Society SocietyOTST SocietyMUST SocIetyIVIIJST
MUST CHANGE SIGNATURE SIGNATUEESecretary SIGNATUREScurctnr SIGNATUREScurciarr
Secretary Gnrfleltl Will 111 Have to toUMC toUse 0 0UlOIe
Use Initial
James Rudolph GarfiekU the new Secre Secretary Secretary Seerstin ¬
tary tin of the Interior will hav haw to change changehis cbanpb18 changehis
his official signature ture If b be hopes bo to escape escapeparalysis eeeapeJMraym escapeparalysis
paralysis or to have time to perform any anyof anyof anyof
of the many duties of his Cabinet office officeMr omceJtr diceMr
Mr GarfleW has made de a practice of oClor sign signing signIng ¬
ing his name in full but the Interior De Department De Depertment Dopertinent ¬
pertinent officiate predict that unless he hecomes hfCOftIfI8 hecomes i
comes down to plain J I R Jt Garfield he hewill hewill hewill
will have to spend most of every working workingday workiDday workingday <
day m In merely attaching atta hh his autograph autographThe aut autographThe pb pbTh
The Th late John Addison A di oa Porter who was wassecretary wasllefttary wassecretary
secretary to President P t McKInley X KlnIeY for a awhile awblle awhile
while wblle signed hill name in full and stuck stuckto lKuclcto stuckto
to It even after art he found that It cost t him himmany blMmaay himmany
many hours of additional work Presi President Pnstcttftl Pronident ¬
dent Roosevelt ROoo enlt bad to come down downRoosevelt iary iaryRoosevelt 1 1Rooeevelt
Roosevelt when hen he was Assistant utstanttary Amlstanttary Sefer Sefert
tary oC the t Navy but he dldnt like the thechange thechange thechange
change and went ent back to t Theodore TIwodorea Theodoreafter Fheodorsafter
after a fter he became President The present presentSecretary ptMefttry presentSecretary
Secretary ry of State has been obliged to toadopt toa40pt toadopt
adopt Jt 1 Root as a timesaving beavi beavinature sig signature signature ¬
nature natureEffort natureE natureEfforts
Effort E ort1l made tI to secure authority tborlt7 for forgovernment f fRftInment foegovernment <
government officiate to sign with a rubber rubberauuap tlabberMamp rubberstamp
stamp have proved unsuccessful I Law Lawofficers r ro Lawofltcire
officers o have decided that tba t this method to tonot 18not Isnot
not legal legalCOLUMBIA JeplOOLUMBIA legalCOLUMBIA
COLUMBIA LODGE MEETS MEETSSons 1rIEETSSnl1 MEETSSons
Sons Snl1 of St George Celebrate Anni Anniversary Anuulvcrsflr nl1l nl1lcr ¬
versary vcrsflr cr nr nt Masonic Temple TempleMembers TemllleMembers TempleMembers
Members friends and Invitee guests e8ts of ofColumbia orColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia Lodge No M7 7 Order Sons of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St George assembled hi large numbers numbersat numborsat numbersat
at the Masonic Temple T ftaple last night to cola celebrate cola1rte Ie Iebrate ¬
brate the thirteenth anniversary of the thelocal theIoeal thelocal
local lodge JocI with a ball and banquet The ThehaH Thehan Thehall
haH was profusely decorated with the theStare thtStan theStars >
Stare and Stripe entwined with the theBritteh theBrttlab theBritish
British Union Jack the Scotch and the theIrish tbeIrtb theIrish
Irish emblem emblemAiter tmI tmIAlter emblemsAfter
Alter a promenade concert the dance danceprogramme daJlC8programme danceprogramme
programme was wa introduced with a polo potonatee poIoJlaJ poloiaIse
natee e led by Charles D Lone and ad MIA MtosGusste MIAG I IGussle
Gusste G Hill fifty couple participating participatingThe partlcipadtaThe
The celebration 1 ratJon was under the manage management managemeet na nameat ¬
meat of au r ecutIve scutive noor ftoor and reception receptioncommittee receptiqaeommlttw recepti o ocommittee
committee ot which Charles F Parker ParkerCharles ParkerChar ParkerCharles
Char Charles D Loi Lo Long and M F Savage were werethe werethe en entb
tb the respective chairmen who were as assisted 1Uilisted aslisted ¬
listed in their work OJ1t by members J It Itthe was wasthe wasthe
the custom in former years IS for the Brit Britteh BrltIs Bdtlab ¬
lab Is Ambassador to honor be or the occasion occasionwith ocoa ocoawlth occasionwith
with a short visit yts1 but on account of im imbador Ambassador Am Ambassador ¬
bassador Bryce silt still being a comparative comparativestranger comrativeIJtnm coenpatthestranger
stranger IJtnm in the city his visIt was not ex expected eX eXpected cxpeeled ¬
pected pectedHno
KSnoMcJiinn Hno nutn Society Soclet Meet MeetA 3lcctllA MeetsA
A special meeting U of the Enoeeman De Debating De Debetl Dobating ¬
betl bating Society of the Columbian Univer University UlIlversit University ¬
sity was held last evening eftl to commemo commemorate commemorate commemorate ¬
rate the elghtyflfth anniversary of the thefouadittsr thefounding
founding f uncU of the society After addresses addressesby addrEUesby addressesby
by members of the society it was decided decidedto I
to make a contribution of i 26 to the uni university univ nutverity ¬
verity v r it7 building fund Arrangements ArlRlI ments were werecompleted werecompleted werecompleted
completed for the debates to be held in inApril InApril InAprL
April with the Needham Debating < So Society 90dtty Society ¬
ciety In the university law school and andthe andthe andthe
the Womans College of o Baltimore BaltimoreDr BaIUmoreDr BaltimoreDr
Dr Joseph Dunn to o Lecture LectureDr JectureDr LectureDr
Dr Joseph Dunn Wad of the depart department departm departmeuut ¬
ment m nt of Celtic languages and Literature Literatureat
at the Catholk Tnt rnlt Tuifvrity varsity > rslty will deliver his hisfirst hisflTBt hisfirst
first public lecture of the year in Assembly AssemblyHall AaelnblyUtili Assemblylid
Hall lid at 410 this afternoon The subject subjectwill subjectwlU
will 111 be Old Irish Verse and the Official omlPoets OffiulalPoets OfficialPoets
Poets and Barda of Ireland 1rI nd I Ir > r Dunn Dunnwill DUDnI Dunnwill
will follow ColI w todays Icrturr I tt un with two twoothers twootlwrs twoothrs
I others otlwrs during MR I he spring which will corn cornpieto eomplctu C0fl1AlCtu
pieto hue coursu tuur
UNIVERSITY MEETING MONDAY MONDAYGcorftc MONDAYGeorge I IGcorc
George WfinliinKtoii rn ainKton Boomers Active ActiveIn ActiveIn I IIn
In IlniHlnt ltn1slui Funds PnntlThe Func1The FundsThe
The next general meeting under the theauspice thea theauspices
auspice a of til the Citizen and Alumni com committees commlttes cornmittens ¬
mittens appointed to promote the Inter Intereata InternUl Intereats
eats of the Georg George GeergVsshtngtan Wa Whlllgl hlnRU n University Universitywith UniversitywlUt Universitywith
with reference to the new cite promises promisest JM0 I1ka I1kaIt
t It be the most enthusIastIc uUc yet et held heldCurd helcICarda heldcards
Curd were W seat out yesterday after afternoon afterOQII afternoon ¬
noon to friends of the university untftnltyto to in inform inform Inform ¬
form them that the meeting will be held heldat heldat heldat
at th the Shorriwm Hotel next Monday Mondayevening XoncJa7eventag Mondayevening
evening at oclock and that addresses addresseswUl aMreafwW addreasewilt
wilt be made by Dr Charles D 1 Walcott Walcottsecretary Waleottsecretary Walcottsecretary
secretary of the Smithsonian Institution InstitutionRabM IMdtvUonRbbt InstitutionRabbi
Rabbi Abram Simon and others Dr DrWatcotts DrWaleotts DrWalcotts
Watcotts co ooopeqUon operation in this work ha habeen bu bubeen hasbeen
been assured rec1 from the outset and it la laexpected I IeX Isexpected
eX expected led that he will make a strong tron pres presentation preseatatJon proentation ¬
entation of reason why the city of ofWashington ofWubl ofWashington
Washington Wubl ten should heartily support a amovement aIIIOfttDe amovement
movement t to increase Inc the educational educationalpreatig educationalptNtJp educationalprestige
prestige of the National Capital CapitalThe Capitallbe CapitalThe
The students of the university have or organised orpn organised ¬
ganised pn ed themselves for the endowment endowmentwork endowmentwork endowmentwork
work under the following toU committee committeeChairman commltt committeeChairman e eGbalrman
Chairman C M Siadden Id law secre secretary seeretary re ¬
tary and treasurer Edward P Gates GatesJtin Gat GatJQL GatesJun
Jtin roll vice chairmen Ernest F Mach Mechlin l Machhit h h1In ¬
hit 1In son n roll L L H Call soph coil C CB CB CB
B McClellan M I law R R D Dalxell Dalz l l let letlaw t tlaw tlaw
law C F Bower Kb med E Ii D I Everett Everett3d Everett3d EverettM
3d med A P Clark 2d med and Harold HaroldL Haro14L
L L Amos lit med medIn medIn medJn
In recognition reco of the services of the thelocal the10cat thelocal
local press m In this campaign mpaJID for the edu educational educatloltal edurational ¬
rational advancement of Washington blD5t011 the theritisens therlttsen therilizees
ritisens committee and the committee of ofthe ottM ofthe
the alumni have Jointly parsed a resolu resolution reaoIulion resolution ¬
tion expressing their hearty appreciation appreciationof
of the assistance 35ltl tance the newspapers are arerendering 8IfrpndfrlnJt arerendering
rendering by their accounts of the meet meetIngs meetIn meetlogs
logs In 8 and other activities activitiesMEETIKG atth1tleMEETING atI1tloMEETffi
MEETING OF LOYAL LEGION LEGIONCivil LEGIONOiV11 LEOJONCivil
Civil War Experiences Reoalled at atSession atSession atSession
Session of Military lr1 1itary Order OrderA OrderAcldreIJ Ordertdlrcss
AcldreIJ A l < IreM pC 9 the Kvenliig1 onhg Delivered Delixurcdby Dt Delivered1u lhcrcd lhcrcdb
by b llenr Admiral SclfrlilKU SclfrldJtew SclfrldJtewJlemborH SeifrIdgecwiMenibont tfew tfewMemborM
MemborM Are Admitted AdmittedOld AdmittedOld tdmittcdOld
Old times were gone over again old oldtftorle oldtItorIea olddiaries
diaries recounted te4 and adventures oar narrated oarrated airrated ¬
rated at th tile meeting JM8dD of tit tIN Military Order Orderof Orderof Orderof
of the Loyal Legion Le1teaMW held at Baueehers Baueeherslast iiauseherzlast rs rsIut
last evening Many members of o the theconunandery theeollUDa8dery thecommandery
conunandery of the District of Columbia Columbiawere C lumblawere Columbiawere
were wereI werepruent I present in the large lar e hall on th t tRcoad the thesecond j jsecond
second door the gathering ptbe being among amongthe unongthe mmOngthe
the largest of o the season The hall was wasdraped wasaIrap wasdraped
draped In large American flags da and sndabove andboY andabove
above the presiding pnAII oncers chair was a alarge apatrtode alarge
largeThe large patriotic patrtodeThe emblem emblemThe
The address of the evening ws w was de delivered deUTered doUvemed ¬
livered by Rear Admiral T O Selfridge SelfridgeU e eU
U 8 8 N who chose for his subject subjectThe subjectThe teet teetTbe
The Cumberland CUIII lie told of the splen splendid spicedid splendid ¬
did equipment and personnel of this ship shipwhich sblPw shipwItch
which w teh he characterised ebarae as one of the best bestnMMTiMKd bestIIUU1Ded bestmanned
manned and moat edent In the Union Unionnavy UnJoonaY Unionnavy
navy at the time tI UIDOf = of the civil war His Hteaddress n nadcSreu Hisaddress
address was mainly given to describing deacribingthe cl lcrlblldae describingthe
the encounter between the Cumberland Cumberlandand CumberlandaDd Cuatberlandamid
and the MenUnac the celebrated Con Confederate Coofederate Confederate ¬
federate vessel in which wbl h the Cumberland Cumberlandwas CumberlandsUDlt Cumberlandwas
was sunk In this description be re recounted re reeounted mecounted ¬
counted the wonderful bravery bran which whichcharacterised wtaJbcbaracter1aed whichcharacterized
characterized the Union crew saying that thattheir thattIMtr thattheir
their splendid APt m In the face of ire tremadoua ire irelIWIftCIoua iremandomat
madoua odds ad determination to sink sinkrather Dkrather sinkrather
rather than surrender would go through throughhistory throughbtstory throughhistory
history a u one = 2 of the greatest of this thtocountrys thtaeouatr thiscountrys
countrys toOts of war warAt warAt wafAt
At the close of his address addae he was given givena nJ1 nJ1a
a I rising vote of thanks by the assemb assemblage UHIIlblap amembA ¬
lap lapA lageA
A unanimous vote of thanks was wastendered wastendered
tendered to MaJ aJ W P Huxford recorder recorderof recorderof
of f the society for the efficient manner in inwhich inwhlcb Inwhich I
which he handled the annual banquet banquetheld buHuetheld banquetheld
held recently tJ7 The following members memberswere memberswere
were voted into the organisation organisationfhUot orpn1sdon0rtPaal organlsatlonOriginal JneJllberal
Original pam of lie lilt le Abig As AsJ tfr tfriheam
fhUot graM emoa J Jules ta VrtAfhek VflUH 1I fete U UXMT 8 8Nus S SNaui
XMT end Cut l Cteram sieom DwiRkt Perry U S Vet VolBr VetlteiEheiy 01 01of
lteiEheiy of the PInt
1 1 Br teacritaact Iron dw cJs dnm Md ed orieiM OOMUIMI OOMUIMIceU ecpukbD mapenkm
km Jibe Bony Claw cad 11II LiRt l ml us usIeIl lark line lineian
ian Trate U S X Nsii TT 1 2 Kir ly WMiiteMae tnm ha de deatMrd de deaEUrd k kml
atMrd ml oftew Ckpt WUnm WiJJIIIau MMSCJT y yU Cktfubank CktfubankU
U S s Anay Ass y sad ad IMmt WMhtoetOB W Wr MootgaaMrr MootgaaMrrO Mssgumnydsaa
O p r fftM at AC tamd dsaa JOM X mana Kecc KeccJLD KeneD terwx
JLD x D
At the e erase close oc or UK the meetm meettng proper t tmembers the themembers
members repaired nopalr d to the lower dining dintn ball hallwhere ballwhere ballwhere I
where a buffet bu < t luncheon was spread spreadLECTURES spreadLEOTURES spreadLECTURES
LECTURES ON NEW ZEALAND ZEALANDllnrry ZEALANDharry I IlIarr
harry lIarr holmes to Address hlre H Jlcotiiiff At atY t I IY
Y 31 i C A Tomorrow Night NightHarry NightHarry hbt
Harry holmes of Wellington New NewZealand Ne NeZealand NewZealand I
Zealand a prominent worker w rker In the Young YoungMens YoungMens YoungMens
Mens CJnrteUan tdstian Association tioa of that coon country coontry ¬
try I lthe the guest of the Washington Y counI M MC rC MC
C > and will give e a public lecture ta on onew onp onTew
p Tew ew w Zealand tomorrow night in the they theaiiembly I
aiiembly y room of the central ntral building at atS
8 oclock The lecture will be Illustrated Illustratedwith l1Iu Illustratedwith trated tratedwith I
with stereopticon COn slide and will ill be free freeto treeto freeto
to the public both ladies and gentlemen gentlemenMr
Mr Holmes has Just arrived from New NewZealand Newzaland NewZealand
Zealand and brings brIft encouraging enco reports reportsof reportof reportsof
of the progress of Y M C A work In Inthat Inthat Inthat
that country under < the leadership of Ly Lyman Lyman Lyman
man L L Pierce Pier formerly of Washington Washingtonand I IaDd
and now national secretary of Australia AuatralUand Australiaand I Iand
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and one on the prevention aHH a treatment treatmentof
of the disease by Dr Harry IIa Hurtt Mr MrWallace MrWaUa8 MrWallace
Wallace Hatch presented plWent the facts rela relalive i itlve itlve
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the Sir George Williams room The moot mootcourt mootroun mootcourt
court case ca of Smith vs The Evening EveningJournal j jJournal IJournal
Journal Publishing Publtabln Co was 8 argued ar the theaction j jaction i iaetioR
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action being directed to recover damages damagesfor dama damageslot ts tsI tsfor
for alleged libel George e M X Moore and andH amiH andIf
H C Long L n were e attorneys for Smith and andElwyn andElWJ andEtwyn
Elwyn Greene and F A Gergfeld G fekl for the thepublishing thtpubJIehtn thepublishing
publishing company nipa The club added two twomore twomore L Lmore
more members last evening and te plan plannlng ptannlng planning
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Dr Maurjce Miller at the Young Mens MensChristian MensChristian ens ensLbrtstlan
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Harry W Arnold J Bowman A Kolbe Kolbeand Kol KolaDd Kolbeand
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