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Dainty ctinty White Cotton CottonDress CottonDress
Dress and Waist MaterialsJUNE Materials MaterialsUNE I
UNE BRIDES Bridesmaids and hosts of other women arc thinking thinkingof thinkin thinkinof
JUNE J of dainty white frocks frocksThe frocksThe frocksThe
The largest best and most complete stock of White ihite Cotton CottonDress CottonDress
Dress materials possible to assemble is here to select from fromreprcscnting fromreprcsentinthe representing I
the best of our own countrys products as well as those of England
Ireland France and Switzerland
4oinch White India Lawn I2JSC I2JSCa I2 C Ca
a yard yard4Oinch yard4oinch yard40inch
4Oinch Persian Lawn ic I5c a ayard ayard ayard
yard yard48indi yard48incli yard48inch
48indi French Lawn 25C a ayard ayard ayard
yard yard28incH yard28inc1i yard28inch
28incH White 7hite Pique 25c a ayard ayard ayard
yard yard36inch yard36inch
36inch 3 inch English Eng ish Longcloth 12 12yards 12yards 12yards
yards to piece 100 IooI15I25 115 lI5125 125
150 175 200 and 225 the thepiece thepiece
piece piece36inch piece36inch piece364nch
36inch English Nainsook 12 12yards 12yards 12yards
yards to piece 150 ro 175 200 200and 200and 2OOand
and 225 the piece
India Linons I2j I21c I2C c to 5oc oc ocyard a ayard ayard a
yard yard32inch yard32inch yard32Inch
32inch Persian Lawns 25C to to5oc to50C t D D5CC
5oc a yard yard48inch yard48inch yard48inch
48inch French Lawns 25c to ti D
100 a yard yard36inch yard36inch
36inch Linen Lawns 50 oc to toroo t 0
100 a yard yardPiques yardPiques yardPiqucs
Piques 25C to 100 a yard yard36inch yard36inch yard36inch
36inch Victoria Lawns 25c 250 to to373iC
37 373iC c a yard yard48inch yard48inch ard ard48inch
48inch Renaissance Lawns 50C 5octo 50Cto 50cto
to 100 a yard yard36inch yard36inch yard36inch
36inch English Nainsook 25c to to50C to50c
50C a yard
Specials peciai peciaiipoo pectals
1900 yards rds 32inch Plaid Dimity Lawns Lawnsthe the imported kind kindIScayard
IScayard 150 a yard Regular Regularprice price 25c
1000 yards 32inch Imported Swiss including the pin dot as well wellas wellas wellas
as an assortment of figured effects effects37c
37 37c c a yard Regular price 50c 50c32inch SOc32inch 50c32inch
32inch Shirting hirting Madras in three designs designsIScayard designs18c designs18c
IScayard 18c a yard Regular price 30c 30cThird 30erd 30cThird
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Pres Dress Goods Department DepartmentSecond DepartmentSecond DepartmeniSecond
Second Floor G Street StreetT Street SteetT J JJTE
T JTE E have secured and offer several thousand yards more moreofbea of beau bea beatiful
V r tiful tifulPrinted tifulPrinted tifulPrinted
Printed Silk MuslinsAt Muslins MuslinsAt MuslinsAt
At About Half Price PriceHalf
Half silk and half cotton A very vcr dainty and beautiful material suitable
for evening street and general summer wear It has woven silk dots
and figures with handsome floral printings also printed dots rings
and figures in various attractive effects effectsThis effectsThis ffects ffectsThis
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special price 15c the yard yardRegular yardRegular
Regular prices 25c and 37l2C 37l2CAlso j7 37 ½ c cAlso
Also 2500 yards yardsPrinted yardsPrinted
Printed Organdies OrgandiesIn
In a broad assortment of handsome floral printings on white ground
All this seasons goods and a a very special value valueSpecial valueSpeci
Special Speci l price lOc 1 Dc the yard yardRegular yardRegular
Regular price 25c 25cSecond 25cSecond
Second floor fioorG G st stWomens stWoinen
Womens s Tailored Cloth ClothSuits ClothSuits ClQthSuits
Suits at 750 750They 750They
They ae oneofakind styles made in all the fashionable models
of light cloths in stripes and plain colors We c offer them at the special
price price
750 each Former price 1975 1975Also 1975Also 1975Also
Also a lot of Highgrade Tailored Suits at less lessthan than half price
They are the smart semifitting models and comprise all the popular
lightweight materials in stripes and plain colors Very Ver attractive suits
and an unusual value
1500 each Value 3500 3500Special 350QSpecial
Special Sale of ofWomens ofWomens ofWomens
Womens Summer Footwear FootwearT FootwearWE FootwearW
T E HAVE IIA VE just secured several new lots of Womens Low Shoes
WE W J including Two and Three Eyelet Court Ties and Bluchercut
V Oxfords which we offer same as last week at less than man ¬
ufacturers price They are made of patent kidskin gun metal calfskin
golden brown kidskin and vici kidskin Some have turn soles some
have welt soles all have Cuban
heels There are not all sizes in
one style st sle le but all sizes in the combined lot These are an any ¬
tional value and offer a splendid chance to secure highgrade seasonable
footwear at a great saving savingSpecial savingSpecial savingSpecial
Special price 215 a pair pairValues pairValues pairValues
Values 350 400 OD and 500 500Third 500Third 500Third
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Maj Porter Host at Fare Farewell Farewell ¬
well Bachelor Dinner DinnerWASHINGTON DinnerWASHINGTON
Unusually Largo Lar o Lid of Summer SummerTourists SummerTourists SummerTourlat
Tourists to < o England nnd the Con Contlnent COllI CoiitlnentGen
tlnent tlJ1entGen Gen and Mrs Greely I in inBerlin InBerUnlUr
Berlin BerUnlUr Mr and and airs Post Wheeler IVlicclcrArrive VlleelcrI
Arrive I rr1Te from Japuu JapuuMaj Japllui Japlluraj JnpuxMaj
Maj raj David Dn vfd D Porter Port or I W LS > T S M iI C en entertained ontortalncd 0r1tortatned ¬
tertained at dinner in tha tli Metropolitan MetropolitanClub MetropolitanClub MtropolLtanClub
Club last evening his best man Col ColWalker ColVnlkor ColWa1ker
Walker and his ushers Col Frank L LDenny LDenn LDenny
Denny Denn Col Lauehoimor Lieut Col ColCharles ColCharles ColCharles
Charles L McCawley Copt Hooker HookerLieut HookerLieut HookerLiout
Lieut Commander Clalanfl Davis MaJ A AW AW Aw
W Brewstor Capt Philip Brown Browns and andMr andIr andMr
Mr Ir Clary Clar Ray RayTho RayTho BayTlio
Tho wedding of MaJ Porter and Mies MiesWinifred Ml MlWlnlfted lIes lIesWlnltred
Winifred Mattingly will take place to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow at 530 30 oclock In St Johns Epis Episcopal Episcopal Episcopal ¬
copal Church It will bo a brilliant mili military military milltary ¬
tary affair all tho officers In tho party partywearing partywcnrlng partywearing
wearing full dress uniforms Miss Mt s Mat Mattingly 1Iattingly MattIngly ¬
tingly has been almost deluged with withgifts wIthgifts withgifts
gifts one of the most valuablo and inter interesting Interosl1ng interosting ¬
esting being a hugo silver tankard pre presented presented prerented ¬
sented to MaJ Porters grandfather grllld thcr Ad Admiral Adn ¬
miral n lral Porter In 151 when ho was In Incommand Incommand L
command of a vessel whose passengers passengersoffered paSiengersotIered pasengeroffered I
offered him this token of their apprecia appreciation appreciation approe1ation ¬
tion Tho first name upon tho list listof of the thedonors thedonors thcdonors
donors is Henry Clay ClayTwo Cia CiaTwo ClayTwo
Two thousand invitations to the wedding weddinghave w weddln weddlnhavo dlng dlnghaO
have haO been sent out and they have gone goneto boneto gozuto
to all parts of tho world worldRev worldnO
Rev nO Mr and Mrs frs MorganJones who whowere whovero whcto I
were to have sailed for England the first firstweek firstweelt firstweek
week in June and wore detained here herewill borewlll
will 111 sail on July JU1 1 They The will Ul as usual usualspend usu1spend usualspend
spend their summer In n England
Rev Mr ir and Mrs J 3 L Knot and Miss MissKnot 11155Knot Mls MlsKnot
Knot are on their way across tho At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic to 1ospond spend the summer In rural Eng ¬
land landMrs laMMrs landMTL
Mrs Robert Hinokloy Ulncklo and her daugh daughter daughtel daughte ¬
ter tel te Miss 11S8 Gladys Hinckley who havo havebeen havobeon havobeen
been abroad since the end of tho season seasonaro sOsonare seasonar
are ar now In London and will 111 sail for New
York tomorrow They Tho will go at once
to York Harbor Mo for tho remainder remainderof
of o r tho summer summerRevr summerRe sumnurRe
Revr Re Frank Leighton hhton Day Da professor In Inthe Inthe Inhe
the t he George Washington University Unher has hasaccepted hasaccepted hasaccepted
accepted tho chair of Biblical history hSetor in intho Intho Inthe
tho RandolphMacon College in Ash Ashland Ashand
land and Vnv Va and with 1th Mrs Ir8 Day DR will go
to Ashland shortly shortl to take up his new
duties Mrs Ir8 Day was formerly tormerl Mlas M1a
Math Iathl of Baltimore Rev Re Dr Day Da is
from Hollins W Va and has had many
degrees dogr s conferred upon him himMiss himlIss himMiss
Miss lIss Fanny Fann La
Lay loft Washington yes CJi CJitarda esterday
tarda terday for Groton Mass fas where here she will willmake willmake m mm
make m ko a a visit afterward going to Bar BarHarbor BarHarbor Ba BaHarbor
Harbor for tho remainder of the season seasonto s lOn lOnto
to be with Mrs Joseph Hobson HOb on who has hasa hasn hasa
a cottage there thereMrs thererrs thereIrs
Mrs rrs George M Roboson will U1 leave to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow for Spring Lake Lato In July Julysho Jubsho Julysho
sho will go to Bar Harbor to Join her herdaughter herdaughter herdaughter
daughter Miss Robeson who went North Northearly Northearl Northearly
early earl in June and in August Mrs r Robe Robeson Robeson Robeson
son and her daughter will wn sail n for Eu Europe Europo u urope ¬
rope for or their annual visit lllt abroad abroadMiss abroadlS8 abroadMiss
Miss lS8 Louise Campbell left last weok for forSpring torSpring forSpring
Spring Lake whoro she is the guest of offriends otfriends offriends
friends for a few ow we wqkSb8 weeks ks She will then thenmake thenmake thenmake
make a a visit i8It in Philadelphia and at the theseashore tbesC1shore theseshoro
seashore in various localities before Join Joining joinIng Joinlng ¬
ing her parents on the Eastern Shore of otlalland
Maryland for the latter part of the sum sumMr summer um ummol
Mr Basil Miles IJl08 formerly third secre secretary secretary secrotary ¬
tary of tho American Embassy in Berlin Berlinhas BtrUnhas Berlinhae
has been promoted to be second secretary secretaryof
of tho American Embassy Embe in Mexico Mexicoand Mexicoaid Iexteo IexteoAd
and Ad as coon oonas as he is able to make the theJourney thejourne
Journey he will take up his new duties dutiesHe duUealie dutiesHo
He is still on crutches owing to an in injury Injury InJury ¬
jury received while dancing
Almost tho entire embassy embas8 staff in inBerlin InBorlln Inerlin
I Berlin B erlin has been changed chan od since Ambassa Ambassador Ambaundol Ambassaor ¬
dor d or Tower relinquished tho position at atthis atUlls athis
this t post Tho staff of the Berlin Em Embassy EmbaSS Emassy ¬
bt bassy baSS b assy was said to be in the last regime regimethe regimetHe regimehe
the t bs he wealthiest one known and was 8S con constantly cons contantly ¬
stantly s antJ spoken of as the staff of mll mllJlonalres mllJlonnlres mu muonaires
Jlonalres ilb il onaires The Th first secretary of the em embassy ombaSIS emamy ¬
ilp bassy baSIS b amy Mr lr Spencer E Eddy Edd has been beenpromoted beenpromoted beenromoted
promoted p romoted to bo Minister to the Argentine ArgentineRepublic ArgentineROPUbllc Argentineepublic
Republic R Rt epublic Mr Ir John Garrett second secretary oocretary mere mereary ¬
tary t ary promoted to be first secretary to tothe tothe tohe
tb the t he American Embassy Embau in St St Peters Petersburg Petersburg Petersurg ¬
burg b urg and Mr Miles 11108 goes g s to Mexico Mr MrRobert fr frRobert
Robert R obert R Hltt first secretary secretal of the theAmerican theAlnerkan themerican I
American A Embassy EmooH In Rome will 111 become becomethe becomotile becomehe
tG the t he first secretary In Berlin Mr Ir Joseph JosephGrow JosephGrow Josepuirow
Grow G row third thlr pecretary 1eCretar of the he e embassy embaM in inSt InSt int
St St S t Petersburg will 11l be tho second mere secretary secrotAr mereary ¬
ts tary tAr t ary In Berlin and the third secretary 5cretar 5cretarship ¬
ship s ta hip Is still
vacant Dr Hill tho new newambassador newambusndor ne nembassador
ambassador a has arrived In Berlin and Is Isawaiting IsawaJUnb Is Iswaiting
awaiting a the arrival of Mrs rs Hill and I
their t heir two
sons before selecting a
perma permanent pennanant permaent ¬
nent n ent residence re ldence there thereGen thereGen thereGen
Gen and Mrs 1IrsA A W Grady who whowith whowith whoiul
with iul Mrs Irs Greely and the Misses MissesGreely MissesGreeb I IGrady
Grady are making a tour of the world worldarc worldre i iare
are a re now in Berlin They havo Just com
pieted p letod a rather lengthy visit 181t In Japan Japanand Japanand Japannd
and a ai nd China and will 111 spend their summer summerin summerIn summern
in i n Switzerland France and England In InJapan InTaP Inapan
Japan J TaP n Gen Greel
apan Greely and his family re received received reolved ¬
ceived c olved most flattering attentions from
Baron Vice Admiral Saito secretary ccretaJ of
the t he navy in Japan with
apan whom he had a apleasant apleasant apleasant
pleasant acquaintance while he was a ayoung a ayoung ayoung
young naval attache of the Japanese Japaneseogation
legation l in Washington ashlngton twenty years yearsago oors oorsago
ago One of the functions was a typical
Japanese dinner given to t tho th general and
his wife and daughters among the guests
being Admiral Togo TogoThe ToboThe TogoThe
The charge daffaires of the Nether Netherlands Nothorlands ¬
lands l Mr lr Royaards left Washington Washingtonyesterday WAshingtonrost Washingtonyesterday
yesterday rost rdn for ManchesterbytheSea ManchesterbytheSeawhere
where the summer legation will be b lo located located located ¬
cated cated11r catedMr
Mr and Mrs Vandegrift of Now York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and their daughter Miss Alice Vande Vandegrlft Vandegrift Vandegrift
grift a debutante or last season left at atthe atthe atthe
the end of the week for their summer summerhome summerhome summerhome
home among the Thousand Islands Alex Alexandria Ale Aleandrla Alexandria ¬
andria Bay Mr and Mrs Vandegrift
have taken the Kearney lcarne house on Elght ElghtStore ElghtI EightStore
I Store closed 5 5p p m Saturdays 1 pm pmWedding p pmI pmWedding m mI mWedding
I Wedding Gifts Giftsat G ifis ifisat
at every price but of one onequality onequality onequality
quality THE BEST BESTInspection BESTInspection BESTInspection
Inspection of our goods in inno inno inno
no way implies obligation obligationto
to purchase purchaseGALT purchaseGAL purchaseGALT
GALT GAL T BRO BROEstablished BROEstablished BROEstablished
Established Over a Century
Jewellers Silversmiths Stationers
1107 Penna Ave
eenth e enth street for several seera seasons and andwill andw1l1 andwill
will return to Washington In the late lateall
fall f all for tho winter winterMiss winter1IIss winterMiss
Miss Carrie Julia Fuller was married marriedyesterday marriedyesterday marriedesterday
yesterday y morning to Mr dr J T Herbert HerbertSimpson HerbertSimpson Herbertimpson
Simpson S by Rev G F Peter Tho cero ceremony ceromony coremany ¬
mony took place In the home of tho thebrl thobrIde thoride
brl brIde b ride < c In the presenco of tho relatives of ofboth ofboth ofoth
both b oth bride brld and bridegroom The bride bridewore brldowore bridewore
wore her traveling gown of tancolored toncoloredcloth tancoloredcloth
cloth c loth with hat to match and carried carrieda carriedshower
a shower bouquet of white sweet peas
Tho bride and an l bridegroom left Imme Immediately Immedlatoly immeiatoly ¬
diately d after tho tho ceremony for their wed wedclnb ¬
ging1 4 4d ing trip and will b be at homo at 16 Flori Floria ¬
da d a avenue northeast later In tho summer summerSir summerMr summerMr
Mr and Mrs James G Saunders an announce nnnounco anflounce ¬
flounce tho engagement of their daugh daughter daughtor daughar ¬
ter t ar Grace Elizabeth to Mr Frank A ALaw Aaw ALaw
Law I aw jr The wedding will take place placeon placeon placeon
on Juno 24 in tho Church of tho Good
Shepherd at 3 oclock in the aftprnoon aftprnoonRev aftprnoonRov at tprnoon tprnoonRev
Rev Dr C S Abbott officiating Only
tho relatives and an l most Intimate friends friendswill friendswill friendsvIIl
will vIIl be present presentTho prosentTho presentThe
Tho Third Asststant Secretary Secretat of State StateMr StateIr StateMr
Mr Ir Huntington Wilson and Mrs Irs Wilson Wilsonwill Wilsonull Wl1sonwill
will ull sail tomorrow on the Kaiser Wllhelm
II for Bremen BremenThe BremenThe BremonThe
The first fir t secretary socretn of r the United States StatesEmbassy StatesEmb8S6Y StatesEmbassy
Embassy In Tokyo Japan and Mrs Post PostWheeler Postheeler PoolWheeler
Wheeler heeler the latter formerly Cormer Miss Hallle HallleErmlnlc liallleErminie BalticErminle i
Ermlnlc Rives arrived In Washington Washingtonyesterday Wc8hlnbtoncsterony Washingtonyesterday
yesterday for a short visit Mrs Wheeler WheelerIs heeler
Is 1 an Intimate friend of the Secretary of ofWar ofar ol olWar
War ar and Mrs Taft and traveled In their theirparty theirpart tlsehparty
party part on their return trip to Washing ¬
ton from around the world last summer summerand summernnd summerand
and was entertained entertallod entertntzod In Washington by b bthem b1
them after their arrival hero lasjt winter winterThe winterThe winterThe
The marriage of Mr and Mrs Wheeler Wheelertook Wheelertook Theelertook
took place in the United States Embassy Emhas
in Tokyo last summer and was one of the themost themost th 1
most picturesque affairs possible It was wasarranged wasarranged S
arranged and managed by Mrs Luke LukeWright LukeWright Luk t
Wright wife of the Ambassador to Japan Japanat Japannt I
at that time who ho will bo named by tho thoPresident thoPre81dent th thPresident I
President as successor to Secretary SecretaZ Taft Taftwhen Taftwhen I Iwhen
when he resigns resgns his portfolio of t war to toattend toattend t tattend
attend to his affairs as candidate for tho thoPresidency thoPros1dency thiPresidency
Presidency PresidencyTho Pros1dencyTho PresidencyThe
Tho Merrymakers Merrymakerowill will give their an annual annual annual ¬
nual excursion to Marshall Hall on Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day of this week weekMRS weekMRS weekNRS
Hurries lIurrlcJI to Xcvr Ne Haven With Son to toMeet toI t tMeet i
Meet I et Republican Nominee XomlneeMrs XomlnecMrs
Mrs Taft T t and her young oung son Charlie Charliejoined Charliejoll1ed CharlieJoined r
joined Mr It Taft and the older son Robert Robertin Ro ort ortIII
in New Haven yesterday ycsterda morning It Itwas ItWII I IwR t t
was wR Mrs Irs Tafts atls intention to leave 10 < 0 Wash Washington Washington VashIngton ¬
ington yesterday e terda but she suddenly suddenlychanged sudden suddenchanged sudden1changed r
changed her h r plans and left the night be before boforC before ¬
fore catching the midnight train trainThe trainThe trainThe
The family tAmll with the exception of Miss MissHelen MIMHelen MIs C Clisten i
Helen Taft will return about July 1 and andshortly andIhortly an d dshortly j
shortly after will leave for Cincinnati CincinnatiWAITER CIncinnatiWALTER CinclanatiWALJER
WAITER B STEVENS II D DViicililncton DIudllnrton DWnshington
Viicililncton University Confer De DeKrcc DeJree Begree
Krcc on Former Correspondent Correspondentr
r 1rc Fye > OM the St Lwtta Lo t RctxtbHe RctxtbHeWalter fleisblcWalter bHc bHcnlter
j Walter nlter B Stevens upon whom hom the thefaculty thofcull th 0 0faculty s
faculty fcull of Washington a8hlngton University Unleralt con conferred conterrQd cooferresi ¬
ferred the honorary degree of doctor of oflaws otlaws c d dlaws I
laws Thursday Thur da as stated In The Re Republic RepublJe R t tpublic ¬
public was tho recipient of numerous numerouscongratulations numerouscongratulatoJNi a acongratuIatons 3
congratulations from his friends in tha thacity tbeetty tb I Icity
city and be received many telegrams telegramsfrom teleSnLInIifrom S Sfrom s
from other friends in the State and the theEast Ui iC iCEast 9
East felicitating him upon the th dtstlnc dt1nctIon i ilion
lion e
Th The honor conferred nferrod upon Mr fr Stevens StevensIs
is primarily a recognition of his high highstanding hlahstanding highstanding
standing and reputation as a journalist journalistwhose Jour Journalistwhose aJlst aJlstwhole
whose peculiar talents In his special
field of endeavor have contributed so
signally 8IgDIII1 to the uplift and advancement
of tho Southwest Southw t and whose work has bA g
left its indelible impress Impre s upon the char
actor and life of the metropolis His
long and brilliant
career as a 8 press cor ¬
respondent at Washington aahJDgton his effective
newspaper campaign in tho exploitation
of tho resources re ource of the Missouri and the
Great Southwest and his invaluable sen ¬
lees to the Louisiana Purchase Exposi ¬
tion sum up a 8 long record of meritorious
public service which the faculty tacult of Wash ash ¬
ington University Unlflslt believes bell vs eminently en ¬
title him to the distinction conferred contenedalter
Walter alter B Stevens was born In Men erl
den Cnn C nn July Tul 25 So 1WS and spent his hi hiyouth
youth in Peoria 111 where his father
was W pastor of a church He was grad graduated graduated graduted ¬
uated at the University 1nt r8lty of Michigan in
1S70 and immediately ImmedhUel entered the news newspaper new newpaper newspaper ¬
paper profession working on the St
Louis Daily DAI1 Times TimesIn TImesIn TimesIn
In l I4 l he nt
was sent to Washington as asspecial AIspecJaJ 1 1special
special correspondent of the St Louie r
GlobeDemocrat and he remained thore thoreuntil thoreunUl thereuntil
until 194 when he was selected
as secretary BocI sec seeretary ¬
retary retar of the Louisiana Loull ana Purchase Ex Exposition Exposition ¬ I
position po Itlon Company During his career in is I
Washington he was one of the roost
influential members of tho corps of cor correspondents correIJpondent correspondents ¬
respondents and had a II high reputation L
for character and talents among states Ptatesraen FtAtesmen statesmen
men and representatives of the metro metropolitan motropoJltan metroiitIltan ¬
politan press During this time Mr Ir Ste Stevens St Stvens Steyeas ¬
vens traveled extensively oxten lveJr throughout the th
United States Canada Mexico lexJco and an L
Cuba in the interest of his paper PR er and ant I
his hi special articles on the various points I
he visited attracted widespread atten attention attention ¬
tion tionIn tionIn tionIn
In 18S5 1 18S Mr fl Stevens was honored ionored with L
the presidency of the Gridiron Club the th I
famous organization of Washington Jour Journalists journalists Journalists ¬
nalists nalistsHis nalistsHis nalistsIlls
His selection as secretary of tho Louisi Louisiana Louisiana Loulsiant ¬
ana Purchase Exposition Company was wastribute a
tribute to his eminent fitness for such suchan suchan mcian
an Important position nnd his affective affectiveservices ofCective1Ifnlces C Cservices
services In its exploitation contributed contributed1n I
in largo degree to its success successMr successMr mccossllr
Mr Stevens is an author having pro ¬
duced three volumes in the Intervals of o f
his multifarious duties dutJesThrough Through Tex Texas Tetu Texas ¬
as The Ozarks Uplift and The Tb S
Forest City
Rev Wilsons llItonR Will nl Gives Hoy IJO Two Tnothircls Twothlre
thirds thlre nf Estate EstateNew EllltatcNew
New York June 22 22Tho The will of Rev RevDr RovDr Re
Dr James 0 Wilson pastor of the theNostrnnd theNostTllnd th c
Nostrnnd Avenue Methodist Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch LI
Church In Brooklyn who y lied suddenly suddenlylast sudden suddenlast
last l ast week was offered for probate today toda I
in I n the Surrogates Court Of the 16000 16000estate 18000eatate 1OC 1OCestate 10
estate 1 10000 OM Is left to Stanley Stanle K 1 Wilson Wilsonthe Wilsontho I
the son of the testator with this ex exi esplanatlon x xplanation
i pianation This bequest is made for forpeculiar forpeculiar fc r rpeculiar
peculiar reasons reasons well ell known to my m fair family fumlr L ¬
ily I ll lr The rest of the estate is divided be between between ¬
tween the widow and two daughters daughtersARMY daughtorsARMY
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Lust G W V S CASTLE detached detachedBoston detAcbMBaItp detachedBnsIa
Boston N 11 GOSS detached detachedMdtal dftachtldIfdkal dta dtaMedical
Medical Ifdkal Director W 4 McCLURG retired retiredAsaiitant reUredAMhtant retiredAisistant
Asaiitant Surgeon J L TAYLOR to tic United Unl UnlStates
States Nar Natal l Hotpltal H Hta1 pUaJ New ec Fort Lron Cole ColcxX ColoSanl ColeNanl
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Natal Constructor W P ROBERT detached detachedNatal detMhtdSual detachedayal
Natal ayal Constructor W G GROESBECK detached detachedXl detachedNavel
Natal Constructor J G T TAWRESEY WRESEY detached detachedBoaUwrtn detAchedoatawrln detachedltosteirtn
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Chief tanner S CHILES to Montana ontAnA when com commissioned commlnloned coirmisaloned
missionedChief mlnlonedChief missioned misalonedChief
Chief Carpenter J J BURKE detached detachedChief detachtdI detachedChic
I Chief ChlcfCarpentrr Chic Carpenter W A BARRY detached detachedWarrant detachedI detachedWarrant
I Warrant Machinist W C DRONBERGER to t Men Mentana 3tcnI Mentans
tana wten commIssioned ccmmlssiencdPharmacist commIssionedPbarniaciat m1ss ned nedPbarmacilt
I Pharmacist S ENGLANDER retired detached detachedMOVEMENTS detach detachedMOVEENTS
MOVEMENTS 310 IE TS OF VESSELSTho following more moremenu mOTementa mowmerits
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Belaaco BelascoliThe TJio Freedom of Suzanne SuzanneBy SuzanneBy
By far tho best and most pretentious pretentiouscomedy pretentiouscorned
comedy corned that Miss Charlotte Walker has hasput hBJput ha
put on during her stpck st > ck season SC3Sonsho she pro presented prosented ¬
sented last night In The Freedom of Su Susannc Susanne Susanne
sanne which was written writ ton by Cosmo CosmoGordon CosmoGordon
Gordon Lennox for the use of his wife wifeMario wileInrle
Mario Inrle Tempest and which made a a great greathit grenthit
hit In London but In this country country has hasnot hasnot
not so tar been seen outside of New NewYork NewYork
York YorkTho YorkTho YorkThe
Tho comedy Is a clover one Its central centralcharacter contralcharactor centralcharacter
character Susanne Trevor a young wom woman woman wornan ¬
an Impatient with the conventions of o life lifeand Ufeand
and though she Is happily married she sherather sherathor
rather lIkes the attentions of other men menquite menQuite
quite harmlessly harmlesslyami and Is a bit too anxious anxiousto
to see some of tho Bohemian side of life lifeWhen lIr lIrWhen
When the play opens she IB missing missingfrom missingfrom missingfrom
from her home though It Is past mid midnight midnight ¬
night and her husband and and his mother mothertho mothertho motherthe
tho family tamll solicitor and others arc arcgathered arcgathered
gathered In conclave to discuss her When Whenshe Then Thensha L
she does como in It Is to narrate a a series seriesof r
of 0 startling start lng adventures not the least Je 5t of ofwhich otW
which W lch is 1 having been driven about the thestreets the5600tls r
streets 5600tls In u hansom with a a rather notable notftbhroue I
roue who has trIed to kiss her notableI She is isscolded Is5Coldod I
scolded of course and she Insists on a adivorce adhorce s L
divorce and her exasperated husband husbandagrees husbandagrees sI I
agrees to g get X it for hor horIn horIn
In tho second act she sh has been free a aydar anr n L
ydar nr free to wear what dresses sht shechooses shtchoofles shtchooses S
chooses go where she likes do what she shelikes shelike S
likes like But men of various forts are unnoylng nnnolng un
noylng her they the are not particular about aboutwounding aboutwounding t
wounding her feelings or Insulting her aboutI and andIt andIt an I
It is rather a relief relle when she meets her herexhusband herex r
exhusband ex husband whom she finds now that thatshe thatshe thatshe herI I
she has had a chance to compare him to tobe tobe ti
be not a bad sort at all In the third act actshe actsh act tit t
she sh comes back to him to his fiat actC In InLondon InLodon is C
London and everything ends happily as asit asIt ar arit S
it rbould rbouldTho rhouldThe bouldTho
Tho part of Susanne Su anne Trevor offers op opportunitle opportunltia
portunitle that Mis Miss Charlotte Walker Walkeris ValkerIs opr r
is wonderfully capable of making the themost themost th C
most of It calls for clever acting for forthe forthe tot totthe r
the simulation of coyness of recklew recklewnese reckle reckleness
ness of coquetry and underneath it all allthere allthlle at 1
there must be that substratum of good goodthat goodthat good goodthat I
that there is no mistaking To those who whohave whohave wis wishave
have seen the wide range of characters charactersthat charactensthat
that Miss Walker has taken It will to toobvious bei b S
obvious that in a part calling for these theserequirements thesirequlr C
requirements requlr menlS she would b be thoroughly at athome athome a t
home Through all her waywardness she sheheW shehek sh shii 0
heW the sympathy Qf the audience and andher andlit an anomedy ii
her lit jomody 00100 throughout was delightful delightfult
In the last act especially where she shetakes shetake sh 0
takes off her supposedly wet et stocking stockingwblle stockin g
while her husband chafe warmth back backInto backInto bae IC
Into her pretty pink toes the scene M6 O was wasadmirably WASadmirably sa saadmirably S
admirably played plaoolUa
Miss Walker being her own manager managerthis r
this week through the defection of Mr MrPage Mi Ir IrPa r
Page Pa e hat ha augmented her company and andshe andsho an ii
she Is surrounded by clever people Mis MisAlice MIM MIMAllce MISAlice a
Alice Butler shows her versatility verltlltt by byplaying b bplaytnb I
playing capitally two such diametrically diametricallyopposed diametricallyop diametrtcall Iy y
opposed op parts as a Lady Charlotte Charlot te Trevor Trevorand Trevorallel Trevo Trevoand r
and afterward Mrs Irs Putnam a II smut smutfaced smutfaced
faced charwoman the characters In Ineach In8Ch I a
each case being cleancut and clever Mr MrGton Mt r
Gaston was applauded for his clever cleverwork cleverwork dews er
work as Lord Datchett and Mr Ellis as UCapl I LI
Capt Edward Cecil awl 3141 Mr Kellard K l1 rd rdTommy as asTommy I 5
Tommy Keaton Nton two other otherS otherSof of Suzannes Suzannesadmirers Suzannesadmlr S
admirers admlr rs were well Yt U done In the first act ACtlr ac acMr I
Mr lr Ellis also played an excellent exc lIent charac character charactlr chara charater
ter part that of Fltzrow Harding HardingThe
The loading part Is played by Mr MrSid Mt Mtd r
Sidney Sid no Mather a 8 conscientious coa ctenUouJ and andearnest andearnest an d
earnest actor who gave an Impressive e
Coin on Which Whichtbe hlch the Un Bust < of State StateFJrat StateJrJllt States StatesFirst
First JrJllt Governor Appears AppearsGeorge AllenrllGeorge AppearsGeorge
George Clinton first 1 rat governor of tho thoState thoState
State of New N York whose bo5e remains have havelust Te Tejust
just lust been removed from the Congressional CongressionalCemetery Coogr CongressionalCemetery ooal ooalCemoteQ
Cemetery In Washington to t Kingston KingstonN
N Y Is one of the very few Americans Americanswho Amertcanswbo
who have had their portraits on colas colasHis cotnsHJ8
His head appears on tho George Clinton Cttntoncent Cflntonctnt
cent which was struck struc In Now York YorkCity YorkCtt
City Ctt In ITS ITSThis 11SfTblS
This cent formed part of one of the thecurrency thecurrenty thecurrency
currency issues contemplated at this pe period period ¬
riod when New York State like several severalof eeverslor
of the other States was endeavoring ende orlnb to toprovide toprovkle
provide a stable circulating medium medhfm to toreplace torepJace
replace the motley moUe mass of coins of all alldesigns U UdealgD5
designs and nationalities natJonaU which were then thenin
in use and caused Incalculable l iacjlculsble culble confusion confusionIn
In the way w of fixing ft b values valuesOn v valuesOn lues luesOn
On tho obverse of the Clinton cent centwhich centhleh centwhich
which hleh vma 1U of o the size of the tbo oWtlmo oWtlmocopper oldtimecopper
copper cent is a boat of Gov Go Clinton facing facIng fac ¬
ing to the right and around the border borderis
is the inscription George Geor e Clinton di divided divided ¬
vided by b two large stars The reverse reversesltows reverseshows
shows an i oval shield In the center with withth 1lh 1lhth
th thu sun rising behind a range r riuge nga of hills hillsIn hlUsIn
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the left of the shield is tho figure of Jus Justice Justke ¬
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right of the shield Is the figure bure of Lib Liberty Llbertv Lilserty ¬
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shield on a 8 globe stands an eagle while whilebelow whilebolow whilebelow
below is the he word Excelsior and the thedate thedate
date liS7 liS7This iS iSThis S7 S7This
This Interesting coin of which only half halfa halfdozen haila
a dozen specimens are fa ar r now known is isheld IIheld Ii I Iheld
held at a very vel high premium and ranks rankswith ranks1th rankswith
with 1th the very Or scarcest searce t of the Now York Yorkcents Yorkc YorkConta
cents c nts of this period some of which have havebrought havebrought S Sbrought
brought I 860 OO O and more Tho dies for the theClinton theClinton ilu I IClinten
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named Atlee to be used by tje te firm of ofMachin otMachin ofMacbin
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plant at Newburgh N Y for the coin coinago colnago coinage
ago of New ew York copper cents centsDies centsDies centaDies
Dies for several varieties of Now ow York Yorkcents Yorkcents Yorkcents
cents were cut by b Atlee for use at the thesame thtsarno thesame
same mint One of these had a similar similarreverse similarr similarewerse
reverse r ewerse erse to the Clinton cont but on the theother theother thether
other o ther aide was a large eagle with a Unit United United Unitd ¬
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the t he head of the eagle was a ring of eleven elevenstars clevcnstars eleventars
stars s tars which inclosed two stars behind behindtho behindtho behindhe
tho t he head Below was the motto E EPluribus EPluribus Eluribus
Pluribus P luribus Unum and the date 17S7 17S7Only 1iS7On 177nly
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known k nown one of which brought fJ69 I46 400 at a arecent arecent aecent
recent r coin sale saleThe saleThe saleThe
The rarest of the whole series of New NewYork NewYork Nework
York Y ork State cents shows a standing figure figurewith figurewith figurewith
with a tomahawk in his right hand and anda nndn andbow
a a bow ow In the left surrounded by the in inscription Inscription Incription ¬
scription s Liber Natus Llbertatem De Defendo Defendo Dcendo
fs fendo f endo The reverse shows an eagle eaglestanding eaglestanding
standing s upon a t section of globe and the thewords theword3 thewords
words Nero Eboracus Excelsior Four Fourof Fourot
of o f these coins
arc now In existence one oneof oneot
of o f which in very fine condition sold for
performance p Others In the company who whodid whodid whoid
did d id bits that contributed to the fine fineperformance ftneperformanco lineerformance
performance p were Miss Jano Cowl Miss MissFrancos Missrances 110 110Frances
Frances F rances Keenan Gertrude Augarde AugardePercy AugardePercy Augardeercy
Percy P ercy Leech and Alfred Hudson HudsonThe HudsonTho HudsonThe
The Freedom of Suzanno is a clever clevercomedy clevorcomedy cleveromedy
comedy c well played and it furnishes a adelightful adelightful aelightful
delightful d entertainment Last night nightthere nightthoro nighthere
there t was ft i large audience that was wasgenerous wasenerous Wasgenerous
generous g enerous with Its applause and which whichinsisted whIchInsisted whichnsisted
insisted I on calling Miss Walker Walke before beforethe beforethe beforehe
the t he curtain after the second act actHECTOR actHBCTOR actlUlCTO
The lYntionnl 1atlonlllU NationaiSnn San an Toy ToyAtmospheric ToyAtmosphorlc ToyAtmospheric
Atmospheric conditions seem to cut no nofigure nofigure nogure
figure fi gure in tho attractiveness of summer summeropera Bummeropera summerpera
opera o pera at the National Theater for not notwithstanding notwithstanding notithstanding ¬
withstanding w tho Intense humidity pre prevailing pre prevailing ptealling ¬
vailing v alling last night the playhouse playhouserowded was wascrowded wascroded
crowded c at the Initial performance of ofSan atSan ofSan
San Toy the popular musical comedy comedyy
by b y Edward Morton and Sidney Sldne Jones JonasMusically JonesMuslcalI30 JonesMusically
Musically considered San Toy is one oneofv onoot onef
ofv ot o f the most attractive light productions productionsof
of O a decade In fact facj a a great many com competent competent cornetent ¬
petent p etent critics rank it in this respect next nextto nextto nexto
to t o its illustrious predecessor The Mika Mikado Mikado Mikeo ¬
do d o The music is extremely tuneful and andcatchy andcatch andatchy
catchy catch c for tho most part of a a soft and andsentimental andsentimental andentimental
sentimental s variety varlet with momentary momental momentalfiaslies momentaryases
flashes fl ases of attempted Imitation of that thatrxtraordinary thatrxtraordlnary thatxtraordlnary
rxtraordinary r combination of sound soundusually soundusual soundsualiy
usually usual u sualiy associated In the public and gen general gcnernl genra ¬
eral e ra mind with Chinese Chlne o or Japanese Japanesemusic JP8nes6music r rmusic
music Coupled with this paramount fea feature feature teaare ¬
ture t are there Is plenty of opportunity for forcomedy torcomed foxomedy
comedy comed c and above all there Is no touch touchor touchor touchr
or o r suspicion of the sensuality sensuaUt of down downwright dovnWright downwright
wright vulgarity which seems to be a apopular apopular s sopular
popular p Ingredient of modern light opera
The cast of San Toy Is not designed I Ior
for f or a scant array of stars eked out with witha I Ia
a following of mediocre talent The work wont
i Is i so distributed that a II strong and evenly r
balanced array of singers is required requiredand requiredand requiredand
and in the present instance that require requirement requirement requiremont ¬
ment is amply ampl filled the leading per personage personnge peronrige ¬
sonage s being perhaps Miss Mls Agnes Plnlay Plnlayas Flnla Flnlaas
as San Toy with ith Miss USii Carrie Reynolds Reynoldsas
as Dudley dividing the honors Miss IJ8S
Flnlay is certainly a piquant little wom woman womi wornwith ¬
i an with attractive face and plenty of ofvoice 0 0voice
I voice olco She Sh has that certain buoyancy 000800 of ofaction oCI Ot r raction
I action that is absolutely ab olutely necessary neces r in this thisclass thhCI53S
class of productions and she scored espe especially especially espedaily ¬
cially hard in the th songs Somebody and andLoves andLoes ant antLoves
Loves A B C CMiss CMIse CMIss
Miss Reynolds a newcomer to the thecompany thecompany thi thicompany
company was entirely effective through throughout thlougbout throughout ¬
out playing with great gre t vivacity and andearning Andearning an anearning
earning may repeated recalls reell with
Rhoda a song that requires a 8 good goodvoice goodvoice gout goutvoice
voice and which Miss Reynolds Reynolc J sang san sanwith
with groat skill She Is a notable ad ¬
dition to the Aborn forces and is i sure sun
to be a local favorite favoriteThe favoriteThe favoriteThe
The Six Little Wives was wa as usual usuala usualpleasurable
a pleasurable feature of the entertain entertainment entertainment entertainment ¬
ment executing the song of the same samename 8JIMname samename
name in conjunction with 1th Mr Forteeoue
The sextet was v u led by b Miss Lenna
Duer n The other members of the cast castwere caatwere castwere
were perfectly satisfactory including
Mr George W Leslie who is really a
funny man as LI Wilfred lUred Young as
Capt Bobby George B Jackson as Sir
Bingo Robert Smith as Fo Hop So Sot
Solomon as the Emperor Em ror Miss IIM Florence
Burdet as Poppy Popp and George Fortescue Fortescueas
as Yen How HowThe Ho HowThe
The whole production is entitled to be
ranked as probably probabl the best of the therleR se series sorica ¬ I
rica so far both in point of material and andrendition andrendition andrendition
rendition and should be able to afford affordpleasant affordpleasant
pleasant diversion dIver Ron from the unpleasant unpleasantness unpleuantnass unpleasantness ¬
ness of qf the weather for the entire week
Rwnnltn Rt R iesults lu1t Election
of f Election in Bohemia and andXorwny andXorWI1STctlbh andNorwaySwedish
Xorwny XorWI1STctlbh Swedish Policewomen PolicewomenTho loUeeT men menTho
Tho progress of women in Official life lifen
in I n Europe te slow bat it cannot be doubt doubted doubted doubtd ¬
ed e d that progress is being made madeWithin madeWtthlx madeWithin
Within the last few
weeks women ap appeared appeared apeered ¬
peared p eered for the first time as candidates candidatesfor candidatesor
for f or election to the Bohemian Diet It Itad
had h ad been demonstrated
as a legal
propo proposition propostUon propoition ¬
sition s ition that if they fulfilled the other
re requirements requirements reutraments ¬
quirements q utraments their sex was no bar to their theirelection tbelrelection
election electionSo electionSo e lectionSo
So far their candidacy caooldae stands merely as asa asdemonstration
a 0 demonstration Two women
received receivedvotes recetvedotes receIvedotes
votes v otes of some importance One Maria MariaJumore MarlaTumore Maeiaumore
Jumore J umore who ran In the district dl trlct of Ho Hoonmauth
henmauth h onmauth had 141 votes OtOl while bUe the man manwho manwho
I who w ho won had BK 51 In Prague the Social SocialDemocrats SocialDemocrAts Socialemocrats
I Democrats D emocrats made a II woman omtUl MIss Mach Machcva Maeheva Machv
eva o v their candidate She he polled about aboutO aboutper
30 O per cent of the total voteThe vote voteThe ot otThe
The woman suffragists of Norway Norv > ay were
disappointed d at the outcome of the local localelection localelection locallection
election e In Chrtetiania In all the other otherparts otherJNUts otherarts
parts p arts of the country countl they the elected impor important important lisperaut ¬
tant t aut delegations delea t10ns
to the commercial
coun councils COuncils counlla ¬
cils e lla In the capital
only five ve women were werechosen werechostn werehosen
chosen c in a a total of eightyfour city
coun councillors councillors ¬
cillors e tHers There is an active agitation going goingon goingon goingn
on o n all over the country to bring the wom women womcnand wornnand ¬
en nand e and men menvoters voters of ChrisUania to a adifferent adlaere1lt aifferent
different d frame of mtndOt mind mindOf mindOf
Of advances ad s made where the suffrage suffragewas sultragetUJ suffragewe
was we tUJ not Invohred InvoHoed the appointment appolntm nt of ofthree orthree ofhree
three t women policemen in Stockholm is isan isan
an Instance The authorities have deter determinod determind I ImlnfOtl
mind to to experiment with 1th them They Theyare The Theare Theyare
are to have salaries of 1509 1 OJ kronen or orabout orabout orabout
about 300 a year ear to begin with withEngland withEngland withEngland
England also ao has juet named her first flrstwoman ftrstwoman firstwoman
woman school physician ph sJelan She is Miss UIS
Sophy Sopb B Jackson M D and she has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been appointed in the borough of Croy Cro30don
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