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W 0 T U Coming to Washington WashingtonSpecial WashingtonI WashingtonSped WaahingjonSpeckl
Special Sped to The Washington Herald HeraldBaltimore HeraldBaltImore HeraldBaltimore
Baltimore Md Nov 15 150n On Friday Fridaymornlne Fridaymorning
I morning the delegates to the National NationalWomans NationalI NationalWomans
I Womans Christian Temperance Union UnionConvention UalonI
I Convention aro to visit Washington Washingtonwhere WashingtonwherQ
t where wherQ a service will be held In Statuary Statuaryflail StatuaryFlaIl
i flail In memory of Miss Frances E Wil Willard WIllard WIlard
lard Tho delegates will leave Baltimore Baltimoreon BaltimoreFriday
on > n Friday morning at 830 oclock and andwill andI andwill
I will reach r ach Washington at 920f 920 when w en they theywill theyI theyill theyWill
I will ill bey belMet met by b the Washington dele delegation ddergUon ¬
gation rt Uon as a reception committee After Afterservices AfterrvIces
services rvIces aro concluded the delegates will willbe willbe
be conducted through the Capitol an4 an the
Congressional Library LlbraVI
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Luncheon Ll111 heol1 Given on Boar3 Boar3Sylph Boaf Boafsyl BoaiaSylpli
Sylph syl ph for Young People PeopleMISS PeopleMISS PeopleA1Y
Large Audience at the First Concert Concertof Concertof Concertat
of the Reorganised Wnab Washington WashingtonSymphony VnshlngtonSI11phony Ington IngtonSymphony
Symphony at the Columbia ColumbiaAss ColumbiaAssistnut Assist Assistout Ist Istnnt
out Secretary and Mrs Oliver En Eniertaln Enfertain
icrtnin Distinguished Company CompanyLieut CoIDIHUYLleut CompanyLicut
Lieut Charles Russell Rus ellTr Train l i U 3 3 N Nand Nand Nand
and Mrs Train were hosts for a n small smallcompany amaHQompan sinaicempany
company Qompan of young oung people yesterday In Inhonor Inhonor Inhonor
honor of Miss Helen Taft Luncheon LuncheonAvaa luncbeonwas Luncheonwas
was served oij oi board the Sylph of which whichLlout whichLlout whichLiout
Llout Train Is In command at the navy navyyard navyyard navyyard
yard They hey will also entertain entert ln at dinner dinneron dinneron
on Saturday evening November 19 In Incompiment Incomp1m6l1t Incomplmant
compiment to Miss Eleanor Terry and andLlout andLtout andLicut
Llout Camperio whose marriage will willtake w111take willtake
take place December 1 1The 1The 1The
The Assistant Secretary of War and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Robert Shaw Oliver e htertalned 1tertaIned a adistinguished adIsUngulsh adistinguished
distinguished d company comp n at luncheon yes yesterday yestorciny Yesterday ¬
terday Among the guests were the Am Ambassador Ambassador Amb ¬
bassador b 5sador from France and Mme Jusse Jusserand Jusserand Jusserand
rand tho Attorney General and Mrs MrsWlokersham MrsWiokorsham
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r Wlokersham Me and Mrs A P Gordon GordonCumming 1 1Gumming I ICumming
Cumming Mrs Bayard Arthur Jeffrey Jeffreylgrsoria j
Parsons P < < rs0 ns Mr ForbesRobertson and Miss MissOliver MissOliver
Oliver OliverInvitations OJIvcrImltIlUons OliverInvitatIons
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and Mrs B H Warner Wnrnertor for the marriage marriageof i iot
of their daughter Miss Mary Warner to toMr toMr toMr
Mr LevI Cooke Wednesday W6dnesdn November NovemberS
23 S at noon In the home of tho brides bridesparent bridesparonta bridesparents
parent In Kensington Md The brides bridesonly brldoaonJy brldosonly
only attendant will be her sister Miss MissAnna MissAnna MissAiiiiit
Anna Warner and Mr George Booth of ofColumbus orCoJumbus ofColumbui
Columbus phlo will be the best man omnTli ronnX manTh
Tli X ceremony coremGn will be followed by a abreakfast abreakfast abreakfast
breakfast and the company compan will be com composed comP0561 cornposed
posed of only relatives and intimntc intimntcfriends InUmnlcfriends intlmutefriends
friends After their wedding trip the theyoung theyoung theYoung
young people will bo at home at the theMarfborough 1heMarlborough theMarlborough
Marlborough In this city cityThe oltyThe cityTb
The Tb Washington Symphonys first con concert concert concert ¬
cert since its reorganization drew not notonl notonly j jonly
only onl a large audience to the Columbia Columbiayesterday Columbln05Jterla ColumbIayesterday
yesterday 05Jterla afternoon but a distinguished distinguishedone dlsttngulshttdone
one Among those in the boxes were worethe weretbe werethe
the Minister MJnlst r from the Netherlands and andMme andMme andMme
Mme London Mrs Thomas F Bayard Bayardand Bayardao Bayardand
and ao Mfs Montgomery lontgomOr Blair who were weregtiMts wereSl06ts weregiots
gtiMts of Mrs Buckner M Randolph RandolphBoar RandolphRoar Randolphhoar
Boar Admiral and Mrs Sohley Sohle Mr MrJloroheatl Mrs MI1iJoloreheful MrsMorohead
Jloroheatl and Miss M J8 Bruon who were wereguonts wereuoels vereuoats
guonts uoels of f Mrs rrs William Phelps Eno Pay Paymaster Paymaster Paymaster ¬
master and Mrs Livingston Hunt who whohcd whohed whobed
bed an interesting party Mr John Mil Milton Mitton Ul Ulton ¬
ton Gltterman and part PartY and the United UnitedStates UnItedStates UnitedStates
States Consul to Boma Congo ongo South Af Africa AfrIca Atrica ¬
rica and Mrs Hundley Miss TeresHu TeresHuBoraa Tereslt1DoreA TeresitBoreit
Boraa of Venezuela Miss Alice Burbage Burbageand Burbageand Burbageand
and Miss Sheehy guests Uetlts of Mr and Mrs MrsJ llrRJ
J 1 Martin Serenade Others 1n tho audi audience audience audience ¬
ence were Mrs Audenreid Gon and Mrs MrsGeorge MI MIqoorse MiGeorge
George Andrews Mr and Mrs Gordon GordonGumming GordunCumming GordonCumming
Cumming Mrs Ir Harlan and Miss Harlan HarlanMrs HarlanMrs HarlanMrs
Mrs Hennen Jennings Miss Jennings JenningsMaj JenningsMaj JenningsMaj
Maj and Mrs rs Slovene Mrs Arthur Lee LeeMrs LeeMn LeeMrs
Mrs Lee Phillips Mise MJe Hlnckley lUnckle Miss MissBliss Mi81DIISIS MissBhI
Bliss BhI Miss Harrison Mrs Irs Hoyle Mr MrKtnmons Mrs Mrllnunons Mrslmrtkons
Ktnmons nunons Mrs BWrlilgo Jordan Mr Ir and andMrs a1JMr
Mrs Mr 1 ¼ rs Fremont Smith Mrs Spencer awl an1Mrs awl1hs aii aiiMrs
Mrs Bradley Dradle Bradleytr
Mr lr and Mrs Walter wait S Hutohlns enter entertained entertamed ¬
tamed at a theater part party last evening for forMtes forUss forMies
Mtes Uss Kleenor Terry Terr and her fiance Lieut LieutCamperio LfeulCalftptrlo LleutCarnperlo
Camperio The Th tfther guests guostvere were Capt Captand Captand Captand
and Mrs Yra Spencer Cosby Co by and their tlfelr guests gueststhe guetthe gueststhe
the Misses Sctoenck Capt McCnlly McColl and andMr andMr antiMr
Mr de ThaI of the Russian Embassy Embassystaff Embassystatt Embassystaff
staff Supper Supp r followed the theater theaterMaj theaterMaj theaterMaj
Maj von Horwarth and Baroness Her Herwarth Herwarth Herwartfl
warth have just returned from Mexico MexicoThey MexIcorhey MexicoThey
They are stopping at the Hotel Wolcott WolcottNow WotcottNew WolcottNow
Now York for a a few days d s before coming comingon
on to Washington WashingtonMrs WashingtonMrs WashingtonMrs
Mrs James F Barbour and Miss Mar Marguerite Marguorlte Marguorite ¬
guerite Barbour were hosts to a company companyOf
Of young oung people pe pJe yesterday at luncheon luncheonwhen lunoheonwhon luncheonwhen
when the guests were asked to meet their theirhouse tholrhou theirhouse
house hou guest g1J lit Miss Margaret Dunlop of ofPhiladelphia orPhnadelphia ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia and Miss Doris Haywood Haywoodone Hawooc1o Haywoodfia
one o fia of the debutantes of this season seasonAmong SQ8sonAmong seasonAmong
Among tho guests were Miss Catherine CaUierineBritton CaUlerlneBrItton CatherineBritten
Britton Miss MI Jane Sands Miss Olga OlgaRoosevelt OlgaRoosovolt OlgaRoosevelt
Roosevelt Miss MI Evelyn Chew Miss Caryl CarylCrawford CarYlCrawCurd CarylCrawford
Crawford Miss Ruth Pilling Miss Elsie ElsieDowning ElsieDowning ElsieDowning
Downing Miss Louise lichen Miss MissLouise MisLouise Ibs IbsLouIse
Louise Bayne Miss Sadie Murray Miss MissCaroline MIssCaroline MissCaroline
Caroline Murray Miss Margaret Cotton CottonSmith CottonSmith CottonSmith
Smith Miss MI Julia Goldsborough Miss MissPansy MissPansy
Pansy Bloomer Miss Leonora Flnley FlnleyMlsa Flnlc FlnlcMIss FinleyMiss
MIss Elizabeth Collins Miss Jessie Krog Krogstad Krogstad
stad and MIlS Adele Daly of Baltimore BaltimoreMlsa BaltlmorcMise BaltimoreMiss
Miss Alice Lewis Lewlsdaushter daughter of Mr and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Thornton Lewis of White Sulphur SulphurSprings SulphurSprings
Springs and a grandniece of ot former formerPresident formerPresident
President Benjamin Harrison spent the theweekend theweekend
weekend with her cousin Miss Marthena MarthenaHarrison MarthenaHarrison arthenn
Harrison who with her mother is oc occupying oecUPylng occupying ¬
1 cupying her new house 2228 Q street streetMiss streetMiss
Miss Lewis returned yesterday to her herstudies herstudies Tierstudies
studies at the National Cathedral School SchoolMrs SchooLMrs SchoolMrs
Mrs John W Bayne will present her heryoungest heryoungest heryoungest
youngest daughter Louise to society socIetya at ata ata
a tea December 9 in her home In Con Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut ¬
necticut avenue avenueThe avenueThe avenueThe
The Misses Hamilton of Petersburg PetersburgVa
Va will come to Washington In a fort fortnight tortnight fortnight ¬
night to spend some time with Mrs Wil William WIlUam Wilham ¬
liam Wheatley Mrs Wheatley will en entertain entertaIn entertain ¬
tertain at a a tea December 13 In honor of ofMiss otMiss ofMiss
Miss Doris Haywood who will be pre presented presented preseated ¬
sented to society the day following followingCapt toUowlngCapt followingCapt
Capt Richard T Mulligan U S A Aand Aand A Aand
and Mrs Mulligan accompanied accomx > anfed by Mrs MrsOgston MrsOgston MrsOgston
Ogston Mrs Mulligans mother will sail sailtoday sailtoday sailtoday
today from New York on the Adriatic Adriaticto tdriattcto
i to spend the winter In France They will willgo w1I1go willge
go first to England to be present at the themarriage themarrIage themarriage
marriage of Mrs Irs Mulligans cousin Miss MissEthel 11155Ethel MissEthel
Ethel Robeson of this city to Mr Wil William WilHam Wit11am ¬
liam Sterling of t London which will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place In that city late in this month Mr MrSterling MrSterling MrSterling
Sterling is now In Paris on a a business businesstrip busInesstrip businesstrip
trip Just after the marriage the date of ofwhich otwhich ofwhicL
which they have not announced Mr MrSterling MrSterling Ir IrSterling
Sterling and his bride will come to the thetatters thelatters thelatters
latters home here which they will dis dismantle dIsmantle dismantle ¬
mantle and give up permanently permanentlyMrs permanentlyMrs
Mrs William Haywood and her daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter Miss Doris Haywood will be at home homeon homeon homeon
on Thursdays during the season begin beginning begInnlng beginning ¬
ning tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowTh tomorrowThe
The Th newly appointed secretary of the theNorwegian theNorwegian theNorwegian
Norwegian Legation L Aubere who will willsucceed wll1succeed willsucceed
succeed Mr kybak has arrived In InWashington InWashington inWashington
Washington and Is at the Grafton GraftonMrs GraftonMrs GraftonMrs
Mrs John A Logan accompanied by byher byher byher
her daughter Mrs Tucker has gone g ne to toToledo toToledo toToledo
Toledo Ohio to attend a a meeting of the theArmy tileArmy theArmy
Army of Tennessee They will return to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington for Thanksgiving ThanksgivingMr
Mr and Mrs Martin S Decker and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their daughter MIss Martha Decker of ofAlbany ofAJbany ofAlbany
Albany N Y are spending spendIn a few days daysat daysat daysat
at their Washington residence In Biltmore Biltraorestreet Biltmorestreet Biltmorestreet
street streetMrs streetMrs streetMrs
Mrs John I Hays Hammond Hmmond returned returnedto returnedtoWashington returnedoWashington to toWashington
Washington Ilast last evening and opened her herRear herresidence herrsitienco
residence folt foi the winter winterRear winterRear
Rear Admiral Silos W Terry U S N Nand Nand Nand
and Mrs Terry err sent out the Invitations Invitationsyesterday invitationsyesterday Invitationsyesterday
yesterday for the marriage of their theirdaughter theirdaughtcr theirdaughter
daughter Miss Eleanor Terry to Lieut LieutsflilJfcmperio LIeutr
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at noon on Thursday December 1 at St StThomas Stc StcThomas
Thomas Church A breakfast and re reception receptIon reception ¬
ception will follow at HnuBchors HnuBchorsThe RauschorsThe RausehorsThe
The first of the soasonsNdances seasonsdances son dances of the theGeorgetown theGeorgetown theGeorgetown
Georgetown University Unlver lly chapter of o the theDelta theDelta theDelta
Delta Chi fraternity was held last even evening evenIng evenlag ¬
ing at the chapter house 1JS2 Rhode RhodeIsland Rhodelfiland RhodeIsland
Island avenue Mr TV Yo A Edgar was waschairman waschairman waschairman
chairman of the committee in charge chargeThere chargeThere chargeThere
There were about twentyfive couples couplesMiss couplesMiss couplesMiss
Miss Josephine Waggaman agsamnn daughter of ofDr orDr ofDr
I Dr and Mrs Samuel Waggamnn of 1511 1511Thirtyfirst 1511Tblrlfirst ISsiThirtyfirst
Thirtyfirst street will give a dance tills tillsevening Ul1sevening thisevening
evening at the Dumbarton Club In InGeorgetown inGeorgotown InGeorgetown
Georgetown in honor of her cousins the theMisses theMases theMisses
I Misses lyes of Los Angeles Cal who whoare whoare whoare
i are spending several months In this city cityViscountess cl clViscountess cityViscountess
Viscountess Benoist dAzy d Azr wife of the thenaval thenaval thenaval
naval attache of the French Embassy Embassyentertained Embass Embassentertained Embassyentertained
entertained at tea yesterday afternoon at atthe atthe atthe
I the Highlands in honor of Count Jacques Jacquesda
da Lesseps The aviator his brother brotherCount brotherCount brotherCount
Count Bertrand de Lesseps their sister sisterCountess sisterCountess sisterCountess
Countess de la Begaselere and Hubert HubertLatham HubertLatham HubertLatham
Latham who came over from Baltimore BaltimoreMiss BaltimoreUss Baltimore3IIss
Miss Uss Minnie L 1 Wylie daughter of Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs George W V Wylie W lie and Mr Leon LeonP LeonF LeonF
F TruowInd will be married this morn morning morning mornlug ¬
ing at at1l30 1130 oclock in the parsonage of ofSt otSt ofSt
St Peters Catholic Church Rev H A ACurley ACurley J JCurle
Curley Curle pastor officiating The bride will willbo w111bo willbe
bo given In marriage by her father and andwill andwill andwill
will be unattended Mr Frank Waikart Waikartwill Watkartwill Walkartwill
will act as best man for Mr Truewind TruewindTho TruewIndTho TruewindThe
Tho young people will leave Washington WashingtonImmediately WashingtonImmediately WashingtonImmediately
Immediately after the ceremony for a awedding aweddIng awedding
wedding trip to New York and Boston BostonUpon DostonUpon BostonUpon
Upon their return they the will reside at 2314 23UFirst 2314FIrst 2314First
First street where they will be at home homoto hometo hometo
to their friends after December 1 1Senator 1Senator 1Senator
Senator J C Burrows of Michigan and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Mrs Burrows havo arrived in Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton and opened their residence In Massa Massachusetts MasBachusetts Massachusetta ¬
chusetts avenue avenueThe avenueThe avenueThe
The wedding we dlng of Miss Lillle M Krause Krauseand Krauseand Krauseand
and Mr Robert L Johnson took place placeyesterday placeyesterday placeyesterday
yesterday afternoon at 2 oclock in the therectory therectory therectory
rectory of St Pauls English Lutheran LutheranChurch L LutheranChurch theran theranChurch
Church Rev John T Huddle perform performing pertorming performing ¬
ing the ceremony Only nly a small gather gatherins gatherIng gatherlog
ins of C 9t relatives and friends were present presentMrs presentMrs presentMrs
Mrs Richard WeIghtman entertained at atbridge atbridge atbridge t
bridge yesterday afternoon at her home homein homeIn homeIn a
in Sunderland place placeOn pJaceOn placeOn
On account of the tnclemency of the theweather theweather theweather a
weather on the day of the sale for the thebenefit thebenefit thebenefit e
benefit of the House of o Mercy Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day November 2 there will bo another anotherFOR anotherFOR anotherFOR r
A Detroit physician MJS MS that the cheapest and andsafest andufest andsafest a
safest mixture a II fat woman who wants ants to set setthin setthin getthin t
thin can use is H a ounce Manaola get t it in tho thooriginal thoortglnnl theoriginal 0
original h4eimce ounca c jnckaj nckage H ounce Fluid Extract ExtractCascm ExtnctCa5Clra Extract1ascara
Cascm Aromatic and 3 ounces Peppermint ll > ppmnnt Water WaterThe WaterTho WaterThe
The proper amount to take to a teaspoonful t tul after aftermeals ittermeals tu tumeals
meals and at bedtime bedtimeThese bedtimeTlese bedtimeThese
These Ingredient may ma bs obtained from any anydrussist an andruWst anydruggist
druggist at t small cost and Dd make a combination combinationthat combinationthst combinationthat
that is not only excellent as a fat reducer being beingable be1111fbl beisgble
able bl ble it Is jAimed lhned fmed to take off a pound a day daywithout darwithout daywithout
without causing wrinkles but is I also a splendid splendidhelp splendidhelp splendidhelp
help to the system as a whole regulating ftIU1AUn the thostomach tJostonwh thestomach
stomach and bowels where the fat persons trou troubles troubl tanbles ¬
bles bl begin and clearing cleuin tho skin of pimples and andblotches aDdlotches andblotches
blotches No exercise is required to help the theremedy thoremedy theremedy
remedy in IU work and best of all so o dieting is bnecessary isnecessal7 Isnecesraq
necessary while h1lt taking ifcypu 1 1QU can n cat what you youlike 1Dl1lilte youlute
sale of aprons and useful articles at the thehomo thehom thehom6
homo hom of air r Justice Juslicoand and Mrs Brown
1733 Sixteenth SI teeutl street tomorrow from 3 3to 3to 3to
to G oclook oclockMiss oclookM1ss oclookMIss
Miss Sarah 0 QUfr Cttrr < irr Upton pt n who spent the theaiimmer thes theadinmer
aiimmer s mmer and early cllrlynufumn autumn in England Englandhas Bnglandhas En tand tandhns
has returned to 0 Washington and opened openedher oponedher openedher
her homo in Nineteenth street str et fpr ctr r the thewinter thewinter thewinter
winter winterMaj winterMnj winterMaj
Maj George H Shelton U S A and andMr andM111 andMr
Mr M111 Shelton have ha given > up their apart apartment apartment apartmeat ¬
ment in the Marlborough and hnv taker takerthe takerthe takahthe
the house 14ti Twentyfirst street for fortho tortho fortho
tho season seasonMrs RoaSOnMrs SeasOnMrs
Mrs Ross Thompson hns out invitations invitationsfor Invitationstor
for a tea pn November 22 2 at 5 oclock in inhonor Inhonor inhonor
honor of Miss Doris Hnywood Ml Miss s Amy
Richardson pnd and Miss Louise L ul5e Bayne BayneMrs BayneMrs IlayneMrs
Mrs Arthur Addison Ad91son and MrsW Mrs las W H HPotter HPotter HPotter
Potter are spending a tow days in New NewYork 1ewYork NewYork
York where they are guests at the Hotel HotelWolcotL HotelWolcolt HotelWolcott
WolcotL WolcotLCapt WolcoltCapt WolcottCapt
Capt and Mrs Stockton Hath Hf > tb and tam family tamlIy tamil ¬
ily il have returned rotujned to their residence in inMassachusetts InM inMassachusetts
Massachusetts M ss husett avenue avon for the winter winterRev wInterRev winterRev
Rev and Mrs George Calv CaJvert rt Carter Carterof Carterof Carterof
of Bryn Mawr Pa will bo b the guests of ofMr otMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs C W Huske in Wyoming
avenue for a few days this week weekMrs weekMrs weekMrs
Mrs Nanette B Paul spent sJ > Int last week weekwith weekwIth weekwith
with the family of Dr Stanley Lefevre LefevreKrebs LetavreIirebs LefavreKrebs
Krebs in Swarthmore Pa She lectured lecturedIn
In tho beautiful new womans clubhouse clubhouseon
on Thursday evening She is enthusiastic enthusiasticabout enthusiasticabout enthusiasticabout
about the work 1rk of the women In building
so comfortable a homo for their various varioussocial varioussocial varioussocial
social and club activities activitiesCOMTE acUvltJesCOMTE activitiesCOMTE
Formal 11 ormn 1 Announcement nnouucement of Betrothal Betrothalto Detrothnll
to 3IIHK Grace Grn e McKenrle MclCenzieNew McKenrleNew
New York Nov 15 ISAnnouncemont ISAnnouncemontW8S Announcement Announcementwas I
was made here today at the Hotel St StRegis StRegis StRegis
Regis by Comte Bertrand de Lesseps of ofthe or1he ofthe
the engagement of his brother Comte ComteJacques ComteJacques ComteJacques
Jacques de Losseps Los eps the famous French Frenchaviator Frenchaiator Frenchaviator
aviator to wed Miss Grace McKenzie the theyoungest theyoungest theyoungest
youngest daughter of Mr William Mc ¬
Kenzie the millionaire railroad man of
Toronto loront Comte do Lessops Lesso S is now no In
Toronto TorontoRumors TorontoRumors
Rumors of the engagement of the beau beautiful beautiful beautiful ¬ I
tiful MJs Miss McKenzie who is known as one oneof oneof I
of the belles of Toronto to the during duringyoung d daringyoung rIng rIngyoung
young Frenchman have been rife ever eversince eversInce aversince
since last July JulyAt JulyAt JulyAt
At the recent international meet at atBeimont atBelmont atBelmont
Belmont Park the cote cO lte was a brilliant brilliantperformer brilUstperformer brilliantperformer
performer and was vail as one of the three con contestants cont conteetants ¬
testants t tants to make tho Statue of Liberty
flight Miss McK McJ8n McKanie nie le and two of her herlsters herIIttrs heralaters
lsters came to N New w York during the themeeting themcoUng themeeting
meeting and were constant attendants at atthe atthe atthe
the comtes hangar with his sister It Iti ItWRS Itwile
i WAS there that MISS MIa McKenzie MOK8 zle made two twoilong twolong twolong
ilong long nights tlI hts with m the coral coralComte comto comtoComtc eorptComte
Comte Jacques de Lessepe Lesac is twenty twentyseven twentyseven
issven seven years old and is I the son of the thefamous thefamous thefamous
famous engineer n neer Ferdinand de Lesseps LessepsHe Les LessepsHe epll epllHe
He Is an ardent sportsman and has late lately lataI ¬
ly I l taken up aviation for his hobby With Withonly Withonly Withonly
only one yoars experience he already is isone Isone Isone
one of Frances most brilliant aviators aviatorsThe 1wtatorsThe aviatorsThe
The comic his sistor tho Counters Counte s de dela deIn doIn
In Bagassiere and his brother Comte ComteBertrand ComteBertrand ComteBertrand
Bertrand are almost inseparable and one oneian on onlan onean
ian an rarely be seen anywhere without the theother theother theother
other The comteas said today at the theHotel theHotel theHotel
Hotel St St Regis that she would miss her heri herbrother
i i brother but that whfl Rhit felt happy happ in the thebelief thebelle thebelief
belief that ho could have made no better betterchoice betterchoice betterchoice
choice choiceMiss choiceMIss choiceI
I Miss McKenzie said the comtesse is isla Isa
I la a most adorable girl Irl and I am sure that thatJacques ttI thatJacques
Jacques will be most happy happy3Ils happy3Uu happyt happytMists
3Ils Mists Lnnrn Nelson Nelson a n Bride BrideNew DrldeNew BrideNew
New York Nov No 16 15MI18 Mlsa Laura Net Nelson Netson Na ¬
son daughter of CoL and Mrs William WilliamR
R Nelson of Kansas City and Irwin IrwinRussell IrwinRussell IrwinRussell
Russell Kirkwood also tl1so hso of Kansas ansas City Citywere Cstyere Citywere
were ere married iat at noon today tod1 in Trinity TrinityChapel TrinityChapel Trfn1yChapel
Chapel by Dr Manning rector of Trinity TrinityChurch TrlrdtyChurch TrinityChurch
Church Misa Mi Nelson was attended by byMrs byIr byMrs
Mrs Ir Henry Sehott and Mr Kirkwood by byhis byhis byhis
his brother Thone Kirkwood of Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more Col and Mrs Nelson and other othermembers othermembers
members of the immediate families were werepresent werepresent
present presentMien presentMiss
Mien 11511 Frances Ward nrtl a Bride BrideRockvlllo DrldeRockl1lo BrideRockville
Rockvlllo Md Id Nov No 15 15Mli6 Miss Frances FrancosLucinda FnrncosLucInda FrancesLucinda
Lucinda Ward daughter of Mrs L LWard LWard B BWard
Ward of Hunting Hill Montgomery MontgomeryCounty MontgomerCounty MontgomeryCounty
County Md was married at noon yestor yestorday yestorday yesterday
day to Mr Roland Linthleum Banks of ofRoxbury otRoxbury ofPoxbury
Roxbury Mills Howard County Count Md The Theceremony Theceremon Theceremony
ceremony ceremon wlis performed at the home of oftho ortho ofth
tho th trlde by Rev Re Allan F Poore pastor pastorof pastoroC pastorof
of the Methodist Episcopal Church Ten Tennallytown Tennallytown Tennallytown
nallytown District of Columbia Imme Immediately Immediately Imns Imnsdiatoly ¬
diately afterward Mr and Mrs Banks Banksleft Dank10ft Banksloft
left for Atlantic City They will live at atRoxbury atRoabury
Roxbury Mills MillsHITES MillsRITES MillsRITES
Pastor of St Pauls Church to Be BeBnrlcd DeDurle1 BeBnritt1
Bnrlcd Today TodayFuneral TodayFuneral TodayFuneral
Funeral services for Rev Re William E EHenry EHenry BHenry
Henry pastor of St St Pauls Southern SouthernMethodist SoulbtrnIethodlst SouthernMethodist
Methodist Church who died Monday at atthe atthe atthe
the Maryland sanatorium near Balti Baltimore BaUlmore BaltImore
more will be hold this afternoon in Bal Baltimore Baltimore Ba Batimore ¬
timore at the residence of Mrs Irs Henrys Henrysfather Henrysfather Henrysfather
father J B Myers 2719 St St Pauls street streetBurial streetBurial streetBurial
Burial will be In Mount Olivet Cemetery Cemeteryin
in Baltimore BaltimoreRev BaltimoreHe BaltimoreRev
Rev He Dr Forrest J PrettYman presid presiding presiding presiding ¬
ing elder of the Washington District DistrictSouthern DitrlctSouthern DistrictSouthern
Southern Methodist churches will olU olUciate oil 011elnte oilcinte
ciate The following delegation from St StPauls StPauls StPauls
Pauls Church wilUbe in attendance attendanceA
A L Dietrich R S Whaley Whale S M Mc McNett McNett McNett
Nett J M LHoke Hoge A L Howard L S SCannon BCannon SCannon
Cannon and C F Sowers representing representingthe
the trustees trustees1 and C W V Fowler J B BThomas EThomas BThomas
Thomas E H Tompkins E F 1 Nelson NellsollG
G M I Moore and D H Johnson of the theMens theMens theMens
High School Cadet lUnd Par 1335 1335for 133 133for 3ss 3ssfor
for Their Salt SaltUniforms SnltUniforms SuitsUniforms
Uniforms will will be provided this week for forthe torthe forthe
the cadets of the high schools by a Bal Baltimore Baltimore HalUmore ¬
timore clothing firm firmEach firmEach firmEach
Each suit will cost 1335 for privates prlv3tesand privatesand
and If 1 the boys do not get a ves their theiruniforms theirun1for theiruniforxps
uniforms un1for uniforxps s will cost only Si200 1290 Commis Commissioned Commlsloned Comrnlsaloned ¬
sioned officers will have to pay ay 51675 for fertheIr fortheir fortheir
their uniforms It probably will be o after afterThanksgiving art artThanksgivIng afterThanksgiving
Thanksgiving Day before the t companies companieswill companiesw111 companieswill
will be fully equipped equippedFUNERAL equippedFUNERAL
Aged Department Clerk Will vn Be BeBurled DeDnrled BeBurled
Burled Tomorrow TomorrowFuneral TomorrowFuneral r rFuneral
Funeral services for Norval W King Kingseventrthree Kingseventythree
seventythree years old who died at his hisresidence hisresidence
residence 911 91 New York avenue Monday Mondaywill MondaywUl Mondaywill
will be held tomorrow at 2 oclock In Interment Interment
terment will be In Oak Hill Cemetery Cemeterya
He is survived s rlved by hIs wife and three thrcograndchIldren threegrandchildren
grandchildren grandchildrenMr
Mr King was an employe of the War WarDepartment WarDepartment
Department for more than forty fort r years yearsHe yearsHe yearsHe
He was born in Alexandria Va but butmoved butmoed butmoved
moved to this city when very ver youn younand younnnd young youngand
and had resided here ever eyer since He Helea Helearned
learned lea ned the printing trade in the Govern Government Governmont
ment Printing Office before he went into Intotho intothe
tho War Department He was a n member memboror memberof
of the Oldest Inhabitants Association Associationand Associationand
and was well known among the older olderresidents old oor oorresidents or orresidents
residents of Washington Washingtonlyectnres Washingtonectues Vashlngtonedn
lyectnres edn ectues e on Fleets Flflet Fleets Trip TripW TripW TripW
W H H Smith chief clerk of the theBureau theEureau theBureau
Bureau of Steam Engineering of the navy navygave navygave navygave
gave as interesting lecture last night in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Terminal Y M C A on The he voy voyage voyage voyago
age of the battleship fleet from Hamp Hampton Hampton Hampton ¬
ton Roads to the Gold Golden n Gate A large largeaudience largeaudience largeaudience
audience greeted the th lecturer and ap applauded npplauded applauded ¬
plauded his illustrated views taken dur during durIng durlag ¬
ing the trip tripStarch trIpStarch tripStar
Starch Star will renters iodIne stains from flesh and andif andIt andIf
if used aoon on enough trill ifferent 1erent tho liquid buster busterlist bUaterI blisterI
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Cooking Cooki g Devices DevicesThat III IIIi
I i That Save Labor and andInsure andInsure If
Insure Best Results ResultsA ResultsA f
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A COMPLETE modern kitchen equipment is essential essentialto essentialli
A li to the proper conduct of a home homeSuch homeSuch homeSuch
Such an equipment saves labor laQorand and insures besjt besjtresults be bejtresults I Iresults
results in the preparation of daily meals or menus for special specialoccasions speci specialoccasioii l loccasion
occasions occasionsOur occasionOur occasioiiOur
Our immense Hoiisefuraishing Ho sefurnishing Department ground groundfloor groundfloor groundfloor
floor is headquarters for the newest and best Kitchen Requi RequUsites Requit RequiWe RequiSltCS
sites SltCS t
We enumerate a few helpful devices which should be befound befound befound
found in every household
I Lisks Sanitary Self Selfbasting Selfbasting Selfbasting
basting Steel Roaster for forBaking forBaking forBaking
Baking the theThansgxving theThansgiving theThansiving
Thansgxving Turkey Turkeylade
a S Sade
101ade lade of the finest quality steel steelcovered steelcovered steelcovered
covered with three coats of gray grayenamel grayenamelwarranted grayenamelwarranted
enamel enamelwarranted warranted for ten years yearsSize yearsSize yearsSize
Size for 8lb roast 175 175Size
Size for 1lb roast 5200 5200Size 200 200Sizo
Size for IGlb roast roaB eo 230 230Size 230Size 230Size
Size for 20lb roast > 275 275Booklet 275Dooklot
Booklet of directions for cooking cookingmany cookingmany cookingmany
many kinds of foods in this roaster roasterfurnished roasterturnIshed roasterfurnished
furnished free freeAll troeAll freeAll
All sizes of roasting pans car carried carnod ¬
nod In stock
Dulin ulin e J Martin Niartin CoPottery COOt COOtIII Co Co0Pottery III IIIPottery
Pottery Porcelain China Glass Silver Etc EtcIII
III 1215 F St and 121418 G Si St I
Attractive Booths Prevented at St StStephens StStephen StStephens
Stephens Annual Fete FeteWith FeteWith
With a large attendance the annual fair fairof fairof
of St Stephens parish opened last night nightand nightand
and will continue throughout tbrough t1t the week weekThe w weekThe k
The booths are exceptionally attractive attractivethis attractivethis
this th season seasonThose seasonThose
Those Tho who are in chare of the event in indude include Inchide
dude Miss 1I8S ODea Miss Mary Iary A Griffin GriffinMrs GrlmnMrs GriflluMrs
Mrs Fred A Hall Miss Lansdale Miss MissElla MissBIle Uss UssElla
Ella Dart Miss Llnay and Mrs Mlland MllandOUiers MiiandOthers 1UandOUlors
Others assisting will be C Griffin G GHunt GHunt GHunt
Hunt and M J Mahoney MahoneyVISITING MahoneyVISITING Maho y yVISITING
Public Reception Held nt Vest WestStreet VestStreet VestStreet
Street Church Celebration CelebrationA
A public reception was held in the thechapel theehapel thechapel
chapel of the West Fest Street Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church Georgetown last night as part pertof partor partof
of the tb services In celebration of the 133th 133thi 130thann1ersary 1tIianniversary
i anniversary of the church churchAddresses churchAddresses churchAddresses
Addresses were made by Rev Wallace WallaceRadellffe WallaceRadCIUTe WallaceRadcliffe
Radellffe pastor of New York Avenue AvenuePresbyterian AvenuePrNbytenan AvenuePresbyterian
Presbyterian Church and Rev Dr DrCharles DrCharles DrCharles
Charles L Pate pastor P stor of Dumbarton DumbartonAvenue DumbnrtonA DumbartonAvenue
Avenue A venue Methodist Episcopal Church and andMiss andIta andMiss
Miss Ita Anna Bret sang several songs songsThe songThe songsThe
The feature of the evenings entertain entertainment entertaInmtnt entertainmeat ¬
meat wag Wfl the burning of a note for forUWO forJf1JO forIQ0
UWO Jf1JO by b S Thomas Brown president of ofthe ottho ofthe
the board of trustees and R P Waddey Waddeytreasurer Wadde Waddetrouurer Waddeytreasurer
treasurer of the board of trustees The Thecelebration Thocelebration Thecelebration
celebration will close tomorrow night nightwith nlshtwith nightwith
with an organ recital by J Thompson ThompsonWilliams ThompsonWUlIams ThompsonWilliams
Williams assisted by Charles A Bright BrightAY BrIght1rAY Brightr1rAY
Her Harry D Mitchell of Balti Baltimore DaHImore Bait Baitmore ¬
more Receives District Call CallThe CaUlThe CallThe
The vacancy vacanc In the pastorate of the theHamline theRnmUne theHamhine
Hamline Church caused by th resigna resignation re resignation lgnlt lgnlttion ¬
tion of Rev Charles E GuthrIe prob probably probably probably ¬
ably will be filled by Rev Harry Harf D DMitchell Dlitc1eJl PMitchell
Mitchell litc1eJl poster of the Harlem Park ParkMethodist PslcMethodist ParkMethodist
Methodist Episcopal Church of Balti Baltimore Bnltmora Baltimore ¬
more Rev Dr John W V R Sumwalt Sumwaltdistrict Sumwaltdistrict Sumwahdistrict
district superintendent of Methodist MethodistEpiscopal MethodislKplscopnl MethochatEpiscopal
Episcopal churches church os will bring Rev Re Mr MrTrthchoHs Mr1tUtchells MrMitchells
TrthchoHs 1tUtchells name before Bishop Anderson Andersonpresiding Andersonpresiding AndersonprekUng
presiding bishop of the Baltimore confer conference conference conference ¬
ence enceRev enceRey enceRev
Rev Mr Mitchell said yesterday that thathe thath thathe
he h will leave l ave tho matter entirely in the thehands theh thehands
hands h nds of Bishop Anderson as ho loved bs bspeople hispeople ls lspeople
people and work in Baltimore but would wouldact wouldact wouldact
act according to the bishops orders ordersState ordersStute ordersState
State of 3Iaine Growing GrovrinprThe GrowingThe GrowingThe
The Census Bureau announced yester yesterday yostorday ostor ostorday ¬
day afternoon the population of the State Stateof Stntoof Stateof
of Mane Ma ne In 1910 as 742371 as against 094 09446S 4
46S 56 In 1900 a gain of 69 per cent centFlro centFiTs centFITS
FiTs of New Yorks We bil office buildings utilize utilizenearly ntUlzenearly utilizenearly
nearly 10000 telephone which require 2 2lOa 03 miles of ofwire orwire ofwire
The Universal Univ rsal rsalCake rsalCakeMixer Cake CakeMixer CakeMixer
I Mixer Mixerfwith Mixerwith Mixerwith
fwith with kneading rod attachment attachmentInsures nttachmentInsures attachmentInsures
Insures satisfactory results In mak ¬
ins all kinds of cakes with one onethird onethird Onethird
third the usual labor laborPrice laborPrice laborPrice
Price 175 175With 175WUh 175With
With book of cake recipes free freeThe treeThe freeThe
The Universal Bread BreadMixer BreadMixer BreadMixer
Mixer MixerOne
One of the greatest cooking labor laboreavers laborBavers laborsavers
savers known reduces the time of ofmixing
I mixing and kneading bread to a tow fewminutes towminutes towminutes
minutes of pleasant work workPrice workPrice workPrice <
Price 135 up upThe upThe V VThe
The Universal Food FoodChopper FoodChopper FoodChopper
Chopper ChopperDoes
Does away with the drudgery of the thechopping thechoppIng thechopping
chopping bowl chops all kinds of o
toadfine food flne or coarse as desired rap
Idly and easily Excellent for pre preparing preparing proparing ¬
paring mincemeat mincemeatPrice mincemeatPrice mincemeatPrice
Price 115 up upHundreds upHundreds upHundreds
Hundreds of Imported Molds and
Cutters in many forms for puddings puddingsgelatins puddingsgelatIns puddingsgelatins
gelatins ice cream ices c
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Session of Convention Devoted to toMissionary tolUssionnry toMissionary
Missionary Tnlks TnlksOmcers TalksOfficers 0 0Officers
Officers for the ensuing year ear were elect elected elected elected ¬
ed yesterday at the thirtythird annual annualmeeting annualmeeting nnual nnualmeetIng
meeting of the theCotumbla Columbia Association of ofBaptist orBaptist ofBaptist
Baptist Churches at Fifth Baptist BaptistChurch BaptistChurch BaptistChurch
Church Rev Re J Compton Ball was waschosen wasehosen waschosen
chosen president Rev Re J W V Many Man clerk clerkand olerkand clerkand
and Warring arrlng E Evans was reelected reelectedtreasurer reeleatedtreasurer reelectedtreasurer
treasurer treasurerAddresses treasurerAddresses
Addresses wore mode by missionaries missionariesof missIonarIesor 5
of the association and th the report rep rt of the thecommittee theommittee thecommittee
committee on the suppression of the theliquor theliquor theliquor
liquor traffic was read The evening eveningsession eveningsession venlng venlngI
I session was devoted to missionary talks talksnd talksnd talksand
and nd reports of the committee on mis missions mission ailssionS ¬
sions sion Addresses Addre ses were made by b Rev RevHenry RevHenry RevHenry
Henry S Haslam of Philadelphia of the theboard thebOArd theboard
board of Foreign Missions and Rev V VS VS VS
S Master of Richmond of the Board of ofHome orHome ofHome
Home Missions MissionsConsuls MissionsConsuls MIssionSConsuls
Consuls Body Shipped Home HomeThe HOUleThe IlonieThe
The body of Solomon Berliner United UnitedStates CnielStates nlc1 nlc1States
States consul at TenerffeCnary Islands Islandswho Islandswho Islandswho
who died Monday was shipped to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York yesterday eslerd Y morning for burial In InCyprus hIC IiiCyprus
Cyprus C prus Hill Cemetery Cemeter
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I New and Fashionable FashionableHighClass FashionableHighClass I
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t Coats Auto Coats and Robes Gentlemens Coats Mounted Animal AnimalRugsc X XRugsc l
j + Rugs Rugsc c in lynx mink marten fox seal pony c cJ cAll cAll
J All to to be sold at auction within our rooms 1407 G Street
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I t Nov 16 1910 at 11 AM and 3 PM PMContinuing I i iContinuing
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Continuing Thursday and Friday FridayWith t tWith
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