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iVSesSPf" I SSt ; GOXTDilJED FROM PAGE TWO. Mr. John H. Janney. jr.. of Brooke vllle. and Mr." Thomas L. Dawson, of Rorkville. A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents, after which Mr. and Mrs. Shields left for a trip north. They will live in Chicago, where. Mr. Shields is engaged In newspaper work., Hosmer Hartshorne. son of Mr. and Mrs. Elden J. Hartshorne, of Ken sington, has entered the Iowa State College, at Ames. Iowa, to take a course in agriculture. Miss Frances M. Magruder. daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos W. Ma gruder. of Montrose, this county, and Mr. John A. Carlisle, of Cleveland. Ohio, formerly of, the Montrose neigh borhood, were married in Washington early in the week, the ceremony being performed in West Washington Bap tist Church by the pastor. Rev. B. D. Gaw. They will make their home in Cleveland. CHEVY CHASE. Mrs. Fulmer and Miss Tulmer returned Tuesday after a visit in Ohio and Har risburg. Pa. Miss Kathcnne Heron has returned from a visit in New York. Miss Dorothy Heron will return this week from St. Paul. Minn. Miss Etta Everett left on Friday for a visit to relatives in Baltimore. Miss Virginia Taj lor. who has been visiting Lieut Commander and Mrs. Chase, has returned to her home in New York. Mies Anna Masticr has returned after a visit in New Jersey. Miss Mary Tllgbman. who has been visiting the Misses Everett, has returned to her home in Baltimore. Lieut. Commander and Mrs. George L. Smith, who have been spending the summer at Chevy Chase, have returned to the city. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Adkins are spending some time in New York. Miss Alice Clark has returned from a visit on the Pacific coast. Miis Margaret Hulse and Mr. John Hulse have returned after spending the summer at the Wiers. N. H. Mrs. Bachrach. who has been spend ing the summer at Bluemont, has re turned and will open her house Octo ber 1. Naval Constructor Phurber has taken a house on Huntington street. Mrs. J. C. Shinn, who has been v isit ing the Misses Cummings, has returned to her home in Latrobe, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fralley will re turn today from a visit to California. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rowland have re turned from a. motor trip through the North Mr. Earl Groverman has gone to front Royal, V.. where he will enter the Randolph Macon College. Sir. Ralph P. Barnard has returned after (pending the summer in Chicago. Mrs. John Simpson is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. E. Mason, of Hancock, Md. Mrs. Eugene Stevens gave a card rarty last week in the Interest of the Suffrage League. There were eight tables, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Shealey returned yesterday from a visit to Mrs. Shea ley's aunt. Mrs. Robert Clark, of Mount Vernon, Ohio. HYATTSVILLE. M. -Richard Chew and Mr. Otway Berrymau Zantzlnger, sons of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Zantzlnger. nave ieii 101 Tome Institute. Port Deposit. Md., to Te sume their studies. Master Franklin Zantzlnger also has left to enter the Episcopal High School, Aiexanana. n. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Fuller enter tained at cards Tuesday evening. Those present included Mrs. Charles w. ciag ett, Mrs. Nellie Fuller Brooks. Dr. Charles A. Wells, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward A. Fuller. Mr. Leonard Welsh has returned to hi horn, in West Rlverdale after a visit of two months to friends and relatives near Portsmouth, Va. Mr. Rudolph Fristow has returned to his home in Buffalo. N. Y.. after a pleasant stay with friends and relatives in College Park. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beadle, of Wash ington, and nelce. Miss Mary Beadle, of Helena. Mont., arc spending the winter months with Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F. Halloran. Mr. and Mrs Frederick H. Cissel hae returned to their home in Ithaca. N. Y.. after a two months' visit to friends and relatives near this place. Mr. Wilbert Hustcd McClure has re turned to his home in Washington after a brief stay with his cousin, Mr. Phillip Mitchell. Mr. Thomas Foster is spending sev eral reeks cunpins and fishing on the Lower Potomac River Before returning home he will visit Old Tolnt Comfort and Richmond , Miss Louibe Gourley, of Holland Point. Calvert County, is spending several weeks with her brother-in-law, and sis ter. Dr. and Mrs Thomas E. Latimer. Johnson avenue. Mr. James Mclvin has returned from a stay of two weeks with friends and relatives near Annapolis. Md. He also visited friends in Baltimore and Havre de Grace. Mr. Leonard Axt. of Baltimore, Is spending the winter months with friends In College Park. Md.. where he Is at tending Maryland Agricultural College. Mr. Frank Gait has returned to his home in Washington after a brief visit to ISr. and Mrs. George F. Jones. Miss Sarah Krager has returned to her home in Baltimore after a pleasant stay of three weeks with her son-in-law, and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vandoren. Miss Nancy Whltecombe, of Baltimore, Is spending a few weeks with friend! and relatives in East Hattsville, and Rlverdale. Mr. William M. Thompson was the guest of friends and relatives in Balti more the latter part of the week. Mr. Hobart Phillips, of Cambridge. Md., is spending several months with friends and relatives near this place. Mr. Phillips is here for the G. A. R. encampment. Mr- Irving Magruder has returned' to his home in Baltimore after a visit of three weeks to friends and relatives here. Mr. Arthur Carr, Mr. George P. Hickey and Edward A. Fuller have returned from an automobile trip to Benedict: Charles County. Mr. Lake Saterlee, of Niagara Falls, N. T., la spending some time with friends here and in Rlverdale. He is here tor the G. A. R. encampment. I Mm T.Mi.a nh it. .. HhuVI.i( TV C. Is spending some time with friend and relatjves' In College Park. Md. V. Miss Wllmer Smith and "Mrs. Joseph Johnson have returned from a visit of three weeks at HsgersCown, Md. Miss Bertha Lambert and Mrs. Phillip f . Ravburn are spending .several week MISS-MARGERY OAKES RAND, whose engagement to Mr. Charles Ken neth Clifton was recently announced. Miss Margery Oakes Rand, daughter of Mrs. Herbert TenBroeck Jacquelin, whose engagement to Charles Kenneth Clinton was recently announced, is at Saddle Brook Farm, the place of Mr. and Mrs) Jacquelin, at Hohokin, N.J. Miss Rand, with her sister, Miss Eugenie Rand, was introduced to society last Winter. They are among the most beautiful young women of society and the engagement is of much interest. "Mr. Clinton, was graduated from Harvard in 1912. with friends and relatives in Philadel phia. Mr. Ernest Pywell has returned from an all-summer stay with friends and relatives in Newport, R. I. Miss Mary Dorsey. of Washington, was the guest of relatives here several days last week. Mr. Robert W. Wells has returned to his home in Washington after a brief stay with bis parents. Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wells. Spencer street. Mr. Valentine Halloran has returned af ter a brief stay with friends and rela tives In Baltimore. Mr. Charles Darnall was the sucst of friends and relatives in Washington sev eral days during the past week. ANACOSTIA. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burch (rave a surprise party for their daughter. Miss Elzaida Burch, upon the occa sion of her 13th birthday 'ast Wed nesday evening at their lome at Fourteenth and U streets. The houi-c was decorated with golden rod and palms Music and games were en joyed and refreshments served. In the company were Miss Scerena Scaggs. Miss Mattie Willett. Miss Mary Reld, Miss May Levy, Miss Beatrice Hazel, Miss Helen Gibbons. Miss Ade laide Padgett. Miss Adna Pyles. Miss Evelyn Reld, Frank Duvali, Norman Murphy, .Grantley Burch, Raymond Scaggs and James Young. Miss Mary Estep has returned to her home In Chester street following i vu": to relatives In New Jersey for everu weeks. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Harnlsh. of Maple View avenue, are spending their vacation out of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Frazier. of Chester street; Mr. and Mrs. James W. Marbury and son. Bayne, of Moun tain View place, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green, of Pleasant street. en- Joyed a trip down the Potomac last week on board a launch. Mr. and Mrs.l W. O. Priel. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Thurm. and Mr. Frank Dent, of Good Hope road, spent a few days at Baltimore last week. Miss Adams, of W street.has gone to Wayne. Pa., to visit her niece. Mrs. Ruth Potts, formerly of Anacostia. Miss Marie Steinle and Miss Bessie Pules returned to their homes last week .after spending three months in the West visiting the Panama Ex position. Rav. and Mra W. G. Davenport, the former rector emeritus of Emmanuel Church, and in charge of the Esther Memorial Chapel at Congress Heights. are expected "to return to their home In Maple View avenue shortly follow ing a visit of several weeks with their on. Rev. George , Davenport, in the north. " , Mr. and Mra Arthur Ferguson.. for mer residents ot this suburb, are visit-, lag relates in Baltimore, Md. , Mr. Benjamin Lusby and - Miss Edith Payne," two young people vot, Anacostia. were married last' week at-Chrlst Church m Gtreet byRev. A, a Johns rector of mm jw r i immmmszs&z&zzq&sw THE WASHESTGTOJV W3 m x?s- '.BaBaBaBaBMBaBaBaaaBaBt i sn '-?;,-,. JHF J v- ft i '"'lv. NBfHaBaBBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaaf 1'mmmLmmmWKBm i --ummmmmmummmmi' ' ,.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm - t immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmr It &frr :ZZmmmmmmi J fcj a?5tv d.x . ,. i ' . - -ii aE2S2SS5S.'U "MfSSSSlllSSSiritii the church Mr. and Mrs Lusby will make their future home in Anacostia. Mis. McKcnney and Miss Gertrude Kejs. of lti; U street, have gone to Bal timore to tisit Mrs. McKeney's son for scleral las. Mr. and Mrs Warren Tolson and fam ily. o Pincy Toint. Md . and Anacostia. hue taken up their winter home in High street. . Mr. George W. Sktdmorc. of 2219 Nichols avenue, visited relatives in Parkcrsburg, W. Va., last week Mrs Satterfield has returned to her home in Nichols avenue after a visit of several weeks to relatives in Ohio. Mr. W. H. Covington, of Bagdad, Va., and Miss Nan Dabnej. of Rich mond, Va., came to Anacostia last week and were married at the home of Mr and Mrs. Edward F. Wood. 1921 Minnesota avenue, by Rev. Mr. Downs. Mr. and Mrs. Covlnsrton spent several dajs with Mr. and Mrs. Wood, returning to their home in Bacdad on Friday. Dr. and Mrs. Upton S How ser mo tored to the Eastern Shore, Md., last week. Mr. and Mrs. C H. Kenton re turned with them for the week-end lt their home in Minnesota avenue. Mrs. Janet Ritchie has returned to her home in Minnesota avenue after a visit to relatives at Centcrvllle, Md. Miss Fannie Dobson returned with her for a brief stay. ALEXANDRIA. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Griffith Uhler have issued invitations for the mar riage of their daughter. Miss Mary Glenn Uhler, to Dr. John Thornton Ashton. The wedding will take place at S o'clock on thev evening of Oc tober 5 at Christ P. E. Church. Rev. William J. Morton, rector, will of ficiate. Rev. Dr. and Mrs. John Lee Alli son have Issued invitations for the marriage of thier daughter. Miss Lil lian Guthrie Allison, to Mr. Frank Armstrong Moses- The wedding will take place October 12 at 6 o'clock In the evening at the Presbyterian Church in Wytheville. Va. Mrs. C. B. Jones announces the marriage of her daughter. Miss Lot tie Jones, to Mr. Frank B. HalL The wedding" took place September 12 and was performed by Rev. O. W, Triplett, pastor of the Second Baptist Church. Miss Abble Virginia Brown, daugh ter of Mr. and' Mrs. Harry Brown, and Mr. Elmer Horace Lord, the latter of Hopewell, Vs., werefca'rrled Monday at the parsonage of Trinity M. E. Church by Rev. L M. Ferguson, pastor. Miss- Ethel Caraon Edmonds, duagh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles EdmondK. Ffont Royal. Va.. and Mr. Donald A. Campbell,, this city, ,were married Monday afternoon at the manse of the Second Preabyterian Church by Rev. Dr., John Lee Allison, pastor. They left for a Northern bridal trip and will reside here, 'sir. Robert Franklin Sowers, of this city, and' Miss Daisy Virginia Burkhardt, ofMarUnabUrg. Va., .were' married Sat-urday-at'Rockville, Md. m ceremoay HERALD. SUB DAY, was performed by Rev. Samuel R. White. Mr. and Mrs. Sowers will reside here. The bridegroom is agent for the Standard OH Company here. Mr. George R, Perry, of Hampton, Va.. is visiting hert. Mr. And Mrs. Charles Edmonds, ot Front P.ojal. Va., have returned from a short visit to this city, where they at tended the marriage of their daughter. MIsi May Virginia Brooki and Mr. Charles Harold Owens were married Wednesday night at the parsonage of the First Baptist Church by Rev. Dr. W. F. Watson, pastor. Miss Virginia Potts, of Ashland, Va., and her fiance. Mr. Herman Dorstie. are visiting Miss Potts' sister, Mrs. C. Keith Carlln. Miss Gertrude Wiley has returned after spending several weeks with her aunt, Mrs. J. P. Walker, at Marshall, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Horner, of Rose mont. .have leased an apartment at At lantic City, where they will spend sev eral months. Miss Janet Kuhn. who has been the guest of Miss Harriet Boiling Douglas, has returned to her home In Washington. Miss Kitty Steele Barrett has returned from Cape Henry, Va., where sho spent the summer. " ' Mr. John L Marye is visiting his brother. Mr. William Ma rye, in Balti more County. Mr. Lee Magner and Miss Bertha Robers were married Monday at the par sonage of St. Mary's Catholic Church by Rev. L. F. Kelly. Miss Elizabctl. Hart, or White Sulphur Springs. W. Va.. who graduated at the last session of St. Mary's Acadeni), has returned to that institution to take up a special course of studies. Miss Dorothy Terry and brother. Mr. Wight Terry, of West Chevy Chase, were the week-end guests of MU3 Eliza beth Ramey. South Alfred street. Mr. Harold C. Graves, of Scranton, Pa., and Mr. Edson Gardner, of Moscow. Pa., are visiting Mr. and Mis. Herbert Ramey. Mr. Charles Wright, who for some time past has bicn located in Chicago, is is itlng his home in this city. Police Commissioner Gcorse H. Sehwarzman has gone to New York and Pcnnslvania on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gibson have re turned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Howard at Frdcrlcksburg. Va. Mr. Thomas Hicks, who has been spending the summer here- with relatives, has returned to his home in New Jersey. Rev. Dr. John Lee Allison and Messrs. A. G. Uhler and J. Norman Gibbs have returned from a meeting of the Potomac Prcsbjteiy at Watcrford, Loudoun County. Mrs. William Jorg. Mrs. r. O. Purvis, Mrs. Percy E. Clift. Mrs. Hattic Ludwig. Mrs. Oscar Pierpont. Mrs. Lillian Hen derson and Mrs. Amy C. Weech have re turned from Ljnchbuig, Va.. where they attended the State consent Ion of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. Rev. William J. Morton, rector of Christ P. E. Church, has returned from Mountain Lake Park. Md., where he rfpent some time. Mrs. D. IJ. Stansburv and Miss Coialic Grecnaway are spending two weeks at Virginia Beach. ' Mr. Ernest L. Allen is spending several weeks at Atlantic City. Mr. btanley G. Blanton has returned from a short visit to Richmond. Mr. C. Page Waller. Jr.. Is spending several works at Pcnsacola. Fla. Miss Julia Boswell is spending several weeks at Skjland, Va. Mr. Douglas Brooke, of Norfolk, Va., is visiting Mr. Daingcrticld. Dr. and Mrs. J. Stewart Jamleson have returned fiom an extended trip to Maine. Miss Marian Lindscy, of Braddock Height. Alevandiia County, H visiting Mrs. William Crenshaw, Orange, Va. Mrs. Samuel Monroe is the guest of Mrs. Robert L Garrett. Mt. Caglr, of Fairfax County, Va. Mr. R. D. Woolf and Mr. H. H. Blount are visiting in the valley of Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Sutcr. of Rosc mont. have as their sucH their nephew. Master Nclli;an, of Washington. Mr. and Mis. Cnarlcs A. Swan Slncliir. of Koicmont. are visiting their aunt. Mrs. Williams, of I'aufa. County. Va. Miss Kliza Grcenouh and Miss Daisy Johnson have roturiicd to 1011 Prince street after spending the summer In the country. Mr. Luther H. Thompson and son. Mr. Edgar, have returned from" a short trip to Cape Henry and Norfolk. Va. Mr. L. iW. Reid has returned after spending several weeks at Atlantic City. Miss Vlah W. Baggett has leturned fiom Atlantic City, where she spent the past month. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. White Sulphur Springs. Sept. 21. Early moining fox hunts with the Greenbrier hounds, followed by hunt breakfasts at the end of the run at some colonial farm house, arc frequent and popular h-re. Fol low ins 'he hounds in the last run were Miss Mercer French, of New York; Mrs. Arthur W. Sttckney. of St. Louis; Miss Margaret Dunlap. of Philadelphia; Miss Olive Kahlo, of White Sulphur Springs; Mr. Edward S. Buckley, 3d., of Philadel phia, and Mi. William P. Lamar, of Washington. Mr. Y. O'Doimcll Hillen l cached here from Baltimore Monday and will spend some time at the Greenbrier. Mr. Walter deC. Poultncy and Mr. James Caiey, of Baltimore, spoilt several days here recently, after their return from the San Diego and San Francisco cxnositions. Mrs. Llojd Lowndes, who nas been here since early in the summer with her daughter. Miss Elizabeth Lown des, gave a dinner for Mr. Poultncy and Mr. Carey before they left on Monday Mrs. Robert I. Hltt and Mrs. Morris Evans, of Washington, expect to reach the Greenbiier early next week for the autumn season. Col. and Mrs. William W. Wheatley are prolonging their stay until the middle of October. Mrs. Wheatley was one of the guests at a. luncheon given by Mrs Charles I. Cragin, of Philadelphia, early in the week. Other guests were Mrs. John B. Sherwood, of Munich. Mr. and Mrs.. J. B. Coles Tappan, of Glen Cove. Long Island, reached here early in the week. Mr. and Mis. William K. Vanderbilt Miss Anne Morgan, Miss Elsie de Wolfe and Miss Elizabeth Marbury, all of whom have been here for three weeks taking the kur, completed their visit at the Greenbrier late this week and returned to New York. Mr. W. Howard Hamilton and Mrs. Matthew Alan Hamilton, of Baltimore, were among the arrivals this week, and from- Washington were Messrs. Stanley Fischer. T. B. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. R. Golden Donaldson. Germans Raisin Their Cotton. Ertcul Cble to The 'Wubiatton HtriM. Berlin. Sept. 25. When the war broke out the German authoritiei at once took steps to, counteract the stoppage of cotton Import. L spring, nettles were planted on every pot of ground that could not be. used .Uhle.; wuhoui -SbES Tnd w.thUnd M.ry Botolph R., 8ue PhU- to raise breadstuff, potatoes and veg-' minimum of labor, many thousanas oi tons of the weed were obtained and the textile factories now have raw ma terial for a long time. The nettles are treated and used in the same way as flax andthemp and they furnish a fabric which Is almost as n Pre line a. SEPTEMBER 26, 1915. ' WE ARE READY FOR YOU WITH THE FINEST ARRAY OF Women's and Children's Outer Apparel To Be Found South of New York . It affords us great pleasure in requesting you to visit us tomorrow, at which time we will present, an exposition of authentic models in 'TAILORED AND NOVELTY COAT-SUITS- '. STREET AND AFTERNOON. DRESSES COATS, WRAPS, SKIRTS, AND CHILDREN'S WEAR Comprising an array of fashions as dictated by the leading style-originators of the world for the Fall Season of 1915. Our garments' are the last word in advantedrfashion, fresh from New York. Coat Suits y Street Dresses Evening Dresses Wraps Waists Skirts Sweaters A CORNER IN The Phillips FamUy. Fnmlly Founded In etv World hy a ;icrjcjroart What Gov. fln tbrup Said About Him 'Wendell 1'hllllps and PhllHpa Broolsa p-r l.lnrn About the Colemans, Thr Duncan Coat of Armi Gov. GoodiTin nccord Orlitln of the 'Nnnic Fay. h.r rn.CK. cowi.es. The lir-t settlor of the Phillips family was Rev Ocoitjc Phillips, -whose father tv .ts Christopher Phillips, of Rainham. St. Martin's. Norfolk, England described in the family annals as "a gentleman of moderate fortune." The son. Ccorse Phillips, was born about 1553 In Rainham. He was given a vciv liberal education, being . duated from Gonville and Cains College. Cam bridge, in 1613. Four ears later, when George was 20 years old he received his master's de sree from Cambridge. From the univer sity he took holy orders and received a living in Boxted by the Stour River. County Essex. He was apparently a very able preacher, but soon found himself in oppo'ition to the established church and joined with the Puritans who sought re ligious freedom in the new world. There upon he sailed in the rhip Arbella. with Gov. Winthrop. reaching the Massachu setts colony in liKC. There are several allusions to Phillips in Winthrop's diary. On the -vol age over he was appointed by Witthrop to cate chize the people on Tuesday ard Wednes- f&ittip day each week. In another entry Win throp tells of the appropriation of thirty pounds a. year for Mr. Phillips' services as minister. As the first minister in Wat ertown. Mass.. he had no little influence, and was the first advocate of the Congre gational order of church government. His first wife was a daughter of one Richard Sargent, and his 'second wife was Elizabeth, probably the widow of Capt. Robert Waldcn. Among the ions of George Phillips, one George, born In Boxted. England. In 16S, followed his father's calling. He married Sarah, ot the distinguished Appleton family. Their son, Samuel, born in 1&7. married Mary Emerson. Their son, John Phillips, mar ried Mary Botolph and thev were the" an cestors of both Phillips Brooks and Wen dell Phillips. -Their great-great grand daughter was Mary Ann Phillips, born in 1803. who married William Gray Brooks and became the mother1 of the famous Bishop Brooks:. A son of John Phillips lips, born in 1CS9. whorc son William married Margaret Wendell, and their grandson was the celebrated v Wendell Phillips. , A Southern family ot Phillips was founded hv Jrmes Phillies, of Stafford County, Va., who was born in Ws!bVbb4i to-Anertca-.at the- clOM -: -OOCjIjeSnal . .- AAA ... .VAVWAVMS'iVWAV.' -t- I17.W to $29.50 ?ie.00 to ?2S.ee $10.00 to $25.00 $10.00 to $25.00 $1.05 to $5.00 $5.00 to $15.00 $1.95 te $5.00 ANCESTORS scventeenth century. He married Har riet Griffin and had a son. William, of Stafford County, Va., who was bom in 1797. lie was a colonel of the Tenth Regiment of Virginia. He married .EL'lra beth Fowke. niece of Gov. Dinwiddle, and their son, William Fowke Phillips. Jury and Postofflce departments In the was Auditor or the United states ircas- time of the civil war. The family prominent in the South. To T. P. C. who asks for information about the Coleman family: . Coleman is piobably of the same deriva tion as Collier. Thqe was an.Angro Saxon personal name whlcV ' indicated the occupation of charcoal burner from which Coleman is taken. The family was early established in King William and Culpepcr counties, Va. Some of its members trace descent from Pocahontas, the famous Indian princess. Jane Rolfc only daughter of Pocahontas" only child. Thomas Rolfe, married Col. Boiling. Their granddaughter. Anne Rolling, married Joseph Murray. Their daughter, Pcsgy Murray, married Thoma3 Gordon, and their daughter Ann or Nancy Gordon married Henry E. Cole man, and had five sons and five daugh ters. To "One of the Duncans," who asks for the family coat-of-arms and the origin of the name: Duncan as a last name comes from the first name. It la one of the names used to describe the coloring of its weirer for it means "brown head." It is of Gaelic, rigln. The arms are described: Gules on a chevron between two cinquefoils In chief and a hunting horn In base or two buckles azure. To "Interested Reader" who asks for the record of Governor Goodwin, and his family connection. Ichabod Goodwin was one of New Hampshire's colonial governors" nd. I presume, belonged to me uooawin-iam-ilv founded by Elias .and William, who came to Connecticut in the Lion in ISX2 snd was among tn founders or the city of Hartford. . To H. B. F.. who asks for the "origin of. the name Fay. Fay. or Faye, is a name .derivedfxom the Anglo-Saxon fag, Joyful!, Feg- SJid Fech are found In Domesday 'Boole, 'and Fag in the "Hundred RoUs.'.' -Fagg Faget, Fagel, Faille. Fayel, FaqueL Fayel, Fayette and Fakey are-'variations of the name, also Fayard. -;whtcb Is a compound of Fay and Wajri(war rior). An old German form of 'the ''ninth century If. Facco, and diminutives 'found among German names of -two centuries later are Fachilo and Fagala. Another origin is given by-some -authorities, viz., the Spanish .Word fe, faith. . . . , . By others it is said to be derived from a Hebrew word meaning peer. In i the middle ages there was a Latin word fatara, in common use: It 'came from the roet meaning to enchant: , 'Wjtter nymphs wers called rats, from- this word old translations of the classic named them farles. Faerie because the abode of the faes. and was naturally called the country Inhabited by fays. ' (CopTiitbt. UU.) 'Coming- Sqob. ' Though Granville Barker is one of the most conspicuous figures of the English stage. It remained for, his pro duction of the double bill, Shaw's "An drocles and the Lion."- and Anatole France's "The Man Who Married, a Dumb Wife" in New Tork last 'season to. Introduce this manager .to 'Ameri can audiences. It is true that ..when "Fanny's First Play" was given in 'this country it was Granville Barker's com pany and production that scted it -here, but "Androcles and ' Lion" and .-"The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife" were presented under Barker's -direct super-' vision, ana snowea xor me nrsv um in this country the new Jdea' in'.'s'taging and - n-htin wiiicn nave -lone neen known abroad through .the efforts' of I Granville Barker, Max Keinnarat ranu GerdonjCralg. .. "Androcles and the Uon and "Tne Kan Who Married a Dumb .Wife" .will be (the tBelasco attraeon:U-thUrelty UM-trek of-oetoer-u. -f . vs - f i. ....... ' SBBBBBBBBBBBBBsW mmMf A Vl JbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVLbbbbbbI BBV "f fsBBBBBBBsk LsBBsft BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBP pkvJMPfr ZfiaS ::::::::: '.'..... ... .V.". . A . .".V.V. X Of Special Interest ToG. A. R. , Visitors Souvenirs to Take Home for the Babies TONGUE CUT OUT BT SPIES. Russian Punished for Silence x German Sleuths. Speoil CMc to The Wuhuftoa Herald. Tetrograd. Sept. 25. How German spies cut out a man's tongue is ran lated in a series of affidavits collected by the procurator of the Kharko Assize Court, a man named Matvei Posnakoff waa stopped by two strang ers in civilian clothes, who asked him questions In broken Russian about the Czar's troops. Posnakoff refused to give informs Hon, and one of the men drew a re volver and threatened him with in stant death. The unfortunate man eventually ad mitted, that, so far as he knew, thai militia were not fighting. "We have, plenty of troops." he said, "but I don't know where they are." Again the men threatened to kill him if he persisted in withholding the information. They asked him whether he was married, and to this he replied in the affirma tive, saying he had a wife and four children. "Then we will only cut out your tongue." said one of the Germans. The wretched "man was seized by the throat by one of the men whilst the other cut his tongue. He lost con sciousness and when he recovered his senses he found himself bound to a tree, from which after a time he suc ceeded in loosening himself. He was too weak to walk, but after a rest he managed to make his way to the Russian lines, where by means of writing and gestures he related his horrible story. An Apartment Hotel Without a Peer The Brighton 2123 Olifsrtk St,.r Atc cm. k.HigsvcliM nti- Wkl MCtMB. Furnished, or -unfurnished. 1. 2. a. 4 rooms and hath to S rooms and. two baths, housekeeping and-nonhouiekeep-lng. Furnished suites by day. week, or month; unfurnished .apartments by month or yearly lease. 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