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THE EVENING STAR
WITH SUNDAY MORNING EDITION.
isiisiti Oflet, 11th Stmt and Penniylrmi* Artcs*.
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"* The Ewning Star Naw?p*per Oompiny.
8. I. KAUTfHAMN, FmUtat.
Ktw Tori OOee: Tribone BoiUiag.
Chicagt OSes: Tribtun Bniidinj.
The Evening Star, with the Snnday morning edi
tion. Is delivered by carriers, on their own account,
within the city nt BO rents per month; wlthont the
Sunday morning edition at 44 cents per month.
Bv Ball. postage prepaid:
T>aily, Sunday included, one month. AO cents.
7>a!lV, Sundat excepted, one month, 60 cents.
Saturday Star, one year, 11.00.
Sunday Star, one year, |1.50.
i
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most business.
WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1906-TWENTY PAGES.
Pages 17=20.
RAILROADS.
PdM|flW
EiAOILECDAIs)
STATION" CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS
7:50 A.M. daily. PITTSBURGH EXPRESS AND
CHICAGO SPECIAL*.?Parlor ood Dicing Car*
Harripbttrg to Pittsburgh. Connects for Chicago,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville and St. Lonls.
Parlor Car and Pennsylvania Ilailroad Cafe Cat
to Harrisburg.
10:50 A.M. daily. MAIN LINE EXPRESS.?Pull -
man Buffet Purl or Car to Harrisburg. Parlor Cai
Harrisburg to Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania Railroad
Cafe Car Harrisburg to Altoona.
12.01 P.M. dally ST. LOUIS LIMITED.-Sleeping.
Dining, Smoking and observation Cars from Har
risburg. For Cincinnati, Indianapolis, l/>ulsvllla
?nd St. Louis. Buffet Parlor Car to licrrisburg.
12.01 P.M. dally. THE PENNSYLVANIA LIMTT
ED. Pullman Sleeping. Dining, Smoking and Ob
serration Cars from Harrisburg. For Chicago,
Cleveland, Toledo and Detroit. Buffet Parlor
^ar to Hirrlsburg.
E 10 P.M. daily. PENNSYLVANIA SPECIAL (18
hours to Chicago).?Pullman Sleeping. Dining.
Smoking and Obaervatlon Cars from Harrisburg
for Chicago. Sleeping Car to Harrisburg.
? 40 P.M. daily. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
PRESS. Sleeping ( are Washington to St. Louts.
Sleeping and Dining Cars Harrisburg to Chicago,
Icdianapoils, St. I.ouls and Nashville (via Cia
cinnati and Louisville). Sleeping Car to Harris
burg.
? 10 P.M. dally. CHICAGO LIMITED.?Sleeping
Car Washington to Chicago and Cleveland. Penn
sylvania Railroad Cafe Car Baltimore to Htrris
?ourg. Sleeping. Smoking. Dining and Observation
Cars from HarrUburg. For OU*g0 and Cleve
land.
7:16 p.m. daily. ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.-Pnllman
Sleeping Car Harrisburg to St. Louis and Cin
cinnati.
1:*0 P.M. dally. WESTERN EXPRESS.-Pullmaa
Bleeping Car, to Pittsburgh and Chicago. Dining
far to Chicago.
1:40 P.M. dally. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI
EXPRESS?Pullman Sleeping Cars Washington to
Ha rrisburg. and Harrisburg to Cleveland and dn
cinnati. Dining Car.
10:40 r.M. dally. PITTSBURGH SPECIAL.-Poll
raen Sleeping Car to Pittsburgh. Dining Car Al
toona to Pittsburgh.
10:40 P.M. dally. PACIFIC EXPRESS.-Pullmaa
Sleeping Car to Harrisburg and Harrisburg to
Pittsburg. Connects for Cleveland aud Toledo
7:50 A.M. dally. HUFFALO DAY EXPRESS, with
t trough Parlor Car, r. nnsylvan.a Railroad Cafa
Car and Coaches to Buffalo, via Emporium June
tiOD.
t.50 A.M. for Erie dally. Cnnandalgua. Rochester,
?nd Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday.
10:C0 A.M. for Elmira and Renova dally, except
Sunday. For Willlamsport dally, 3:40 P.M.
i.l5 P.M. daily. BUFFALO NIGHT EXPRESS,
with through Buffet Sleeping Car and Coaches to
Buffalo, via Emporium Junction.
. 40 P.M. dally for Erie, Rochester. Buffalo and
Niagara Falls, with Sleeping Car Washington to
Roches ( or.
10 40 P.M. daily for Erl?- Canondaisus. Rochester,
Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
FOR PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK AND THE
EAST.
4:00 r.M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED," for
New York only, dally, all Parlor Cars. Dining
Car.
Express, 0 55, S:50. '10 00 Ciw York only), and
?11:00 A.M., ?12:38, *3:00, 8:15, '4:4c, 6:50,
10:00 P.M., 12:30 night. On Sundays, *8:50,
?11:00 A.M., 12:01, '3:00, 8:18, *4:45, 6:30 and
10:00 P.M., 12:30 night.
For Philadelphia only, Express, 7:40, 10:00 A.M.,
12:01 P.M. week days. 2:00, 4:00, *5:33 and 5:40
F.M. dally; 6:55 A.M. Sunijaj*.
Fcr Boston, without change, 7:40 A.M. week days
and *5:33 P.M. daily.
For Baltimore. 6:00, 6:15, 6:55. 7:40. 7:50. 8:50,
10:00, 10:50, 11:00 A.M., 12:01, 12:35, 1:15, 2:00.
8:00, 3:15, 3:40. 4:00 <4:00 Limited), 4:20, 4:48.
4:4S, 6:35, 6:40, 6:10, 6:50, 7:15, 7:40, 10:00,
10:40, 11:35 P.M., and 12:30 night week days. On
Sondays, 6:55, 7:50, 8:60, 9:06, 10:80, 11:00 A.M.
12:01, 1:18, 2:00, 8:00, 8:15, 3:40, 4:00 <4:00
Limited), 4:20, 4:45, 6:38, 5:40, 6:10, 6:60, 7:18,
7:40, 10:00, 10:40 r.M., and 12:30 alght.
For Annapolis, 7:40 A.M.. 12:35, 4:20 and 5:40
P.M. week days. Sundays, 8:60 A.M., 5:40 end
10:40 P.M.
For Pope s Creek Ltne, 7:50 A.M. and 4:48 P.M.
week days; 0:06 A.M. Sundays.
Ticket offl.es, corner fifteenth and G streets, and
ft the station, Slith and B streets, where order*
can be left for the checking of baggage to destina
tion from hotels and residences.
Telephone call "Main 3730" for Pennsylvania
Baiiroad Cab Service.
?Dining Car.
W. W. ATTERBURY. J. jj WOOD.
General Manager. Pass'r Traffic Manager.
GEO. W. BOYD,
General Passenger Agent.
Baltimore and Oihao R.f?.
LEAVE STATION, New Jersey are. and O St.
ROYAL BLUE LINE
TRAINS "EVERY OTHER HOUR
O.N THE ODD Ilul.'B" TO
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK
NEW TEH.ViI.NAL. 23D ST.. NEW v?>??
?i 00 a.m. Diner. Pullman Parior
1l>.00 a m. Buffet, Parlor. 6 Hr. Train
00 a.m. Diner und Pullman Parlor Oar
til 00 a.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Cir
?1.00 p.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car"
?v.CO p.m. - Royal Limited." AH PuUmak.
t4.00 p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia.
?5.00 p.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor
*8.0o p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia.
?11.30 p.m. Sleepers.
?2.57 a.m. Sleepers.
Atlantic City. t7-00, tfl.00, tll.00 am ?1 uo
?3.00 p.m. ? 1'uu'
every hour on THE HOUR
TO BALTIMORE WITH PULLMAN SERVICP
Week da}6 : 2 57, 5.00, 6.30. 7.00, 7.20 ?mTin
POO, #.30. 10.00. 11.00 a.m.. 12.00 iron ljm'
1.00. 2.00. 3.00, 4.00. 4 45. 5.00, 6.03 5 30 tf on
C.Ko. 7.00, 8.00, 10.00, 11.30, 11.35 p ni *
Sundays: 2 67, 7.00. 7.20. 8.30. #.00. 10.00 J'on
a.m.. 1.00. 115. 3.00, 3.30. 6.00, 8.3<l eaii
10.00, 11.30, 11.35 p.m. s
\S ESTWABD.
CHICAGO & NORTH WEST. *11.00 a rc .im..
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS and L?UIs'vill2:
?10 05 a.m.. -S.05 p.m.. *12.43 night. t'lavu,L'B?
i 11 lisBL ItG, *11.uO a.ui., *0.15 p.is. and miu 4u
Cljibt. w
CLEVELAND. 13 p.m.
?\>U Mill s, *5.30 j?.m.
WHKRI-IN?. *10.05 a.m., *5.30 Dm
^vv7,'mTJ:n- 8:86 a.m.. n:06. "taloo p.m
ANNAPOLIS, week days. 7.20 a.m., IS 05 noon
4 45. 6.00 p.m. Sundays, fe.30 a.m. and 8 30Tm
t LLRAY ami ELK TON. .4.08 p.m.,
FREDERICK. tS.38. 19.15. {10.08. til 00 am
f 1 19. T4 <?. t530 p.m. Tii.vo a m..
HA0KR3TOWN. 110.05 a m. and tB.OO r> m
HOVP sr.d way points, 18 38. J9.15 a m si 1*
15 00. t5.35. 110.10, til.80 p m. '
GAITKFJtSBURG and way points. t8.03. Join
a m 112.50, 41 15. t3.30, ?8 US. +6,38, 46 So! ?Yj?
|1').15. til..50 im? "
\VASHI\OTON JUNCTION snd way points. t8 31
I#. 15 a.m.. {1 15. tft.OO. tS.30 p.m. ?
?Daily. 1 Kxcept Sunday. {Sunday only.
Baggage called for and checked fr. m hotels snd
residences by l'nl,.n Transfer Co. on orders left
at ticket offices 018 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. New
York avc. snd 15th St.. and at atstlon. '
8 it. HEGE. District I'aasenger Agent.
TICKCT OFFICE. 1421 PENNA. AVE
For Petersburg, Ualeish, Wilmington, Oolumbla
Cavannab. Jacksonville. Tampa, Atlanta. Blrmlng^
lnm. Mobile. Pecsa col a and New Orleans
10.50 A.M. DAILY-Seacard Mall-Through
P.Uman Sleeper to Jacksonville, Fla connecting
at Hamlet with Pullmsn sleeper to blrmlngham.
Cafe dining ear Washington to Hamlet N C
6?28 '^' DAILY -Seahoard Eiiireaa-.Solid trim
to Jacksonville snd Tampa, with Puliman sleepe-s
Tbreogh aleeper to Atlanta and Birmingham. Oafo
di ulna car \\ aihlngton to Ulchj&oud. \ a.
RAILROADS.
Trains leave from Pennsylvania Station.
7:86 a.m. Dally. Local for Harrisonburg, War
reuton, Danville and nay stations.
10:6) a.in. Daily. Washington nnd Florida Lim
ited. Through coaches and sleeper to Columbia,
Savannah and Jacksonville. Parlor car to Pine
liurat. N. C., week days Dining car service.
11:1S a.m. Dally. United htales Fast Mull.
First-class coaches and sleeper to New Orleans.
Dining car service.
4:01 p.m. Weak Days. Local {or Harrisonburg
and way stations on Manassas branch.
4:55 p.m. Duily. LocuJ for Warrenton and Char- j
lottesville.
i :30 p.m. dally. New York nnd Atlanta Express.
First-class coscb to Atlanta, sleeper to Coinmbus,
Gs.; Sunset tourist sleeper Washington to Sao
Francisco Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.
8:50 p.m. Daily. New \ork and Florida Express.
Through coaches atid sleepers to Columbia, Savan
nah and Jacksonville. Sleeper to Augusta and
Port Tauipa. Dining car sen ice a la carte.
10:i>0 >>.iu. Drfily. New York and Memphis Llm- I
lted (via Lynchburg). Flrst-cis*s coach and sleeper i
to Roanoke. Knoxvilie, Chattanooga and Memphis;
sleeper to Birmingham and New Orleans. Dining
car service.
10:45 p.m. Dallv. Washington and Southwestern
Limited. All Pullman train; observation car to
Atlanta nnd Macon; club car to Atlanta; sleepers
to Nashville, Atlanta, Macon, liirmlligham. Mem
nhls and New Orleans. Dining car serrlco.
TRAINS ON liLLBMONT BRANCH.
Leave Washington 8:10 a.m., 1:30, 4:45, 5:05
?.m. week dajs, for Bluemont; 0:28 p.m. wesk
avs for I>''slti:rg onlj. On Sunday leave Wash
ington 9:10 a.m., u:(J6 p.m., for Bluemont.
; Through trains from the south arrive Washing
' ton 6:42. 6:52. 0:40, 0:50 a.m.. 8:00, 0:30 and 9:50
! p.m. daily. Local trains from Harrisonburg 11:55
I a.m. week days and 9:20 p.m. daily. From Ohar
? lottesvllle, 8:10 a.m.: from Lynchburg, 9:20 p.m.
| Tickets, sleeping car reservations and detailed
information can be had at ticket offices. 705 16th
St.. 611 Pii- ave. and Pennsylvania Station Bag*
! gage checked through from hotels and residences.
'Phone Main .".730 P. Ii. It. Cab Service.
H. B. SPENCER, Gen. Man.
Dee. it. S. n HARDW1CK. Pans. Traf. Mgr.
13G6. W. 11. TAYI.OE. Gen. Pass. Agent.
I, S. BROWN. Gen. Agt.
Atlantic qoast |"~Ine
Effective November 20, 1905.
4:30 a.m. daily?Sleeping Cars New York to
Jacksonville, Fla.
3:45 p u:. daily?Sleeping Cars New Tork to
Jacksonville, Fla.; New York to Port Tampa, Fla.,
via Jacksonville; New York to Augusta, Gs.; New
York to Charleston. S. C.; Washington, D. 0., to
WilniiDgton. N. C. Connects at Petersburg for
Norfolk via N. & W. DINING CAR SEliVICB on
this train.
For tickets and all Information apply at the
OKI ICE OF THE LINE, 601 PENNSYLVANIA
AVENUE NORTHWEST, AND PENNSYLVANIA
RAILROAD STATION.
GEO. P. JAMES,
District Passenger Agent, Washington, D. Q.
W. J. CRAIG, H. M. EMERSON,
<Jea. Pas. Agt. Traffic Manager.
seSO-rt.nSr
Schedule effective November 28, 1605.
(Trains leave Pennsylvania Station.)
2:30 p.m. Daily?CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS SPE
CIAL. Solid vestibule, electric-lighted Dining
Car tralu to Cincinnati. Reaches Cincinnati
8:00 a.m., Louisville 11:00 a.m., 8t. Louis. 6:30
r.m., Chicago, 5:80 p.m. Palluisn service to
.oulsviile. Cincinnati. Indianapolis. Chicago and
St. Louis. Connection for Virginia Hot Springs.
Dining Car from Washington; meals a It carte.
11:10 p.m. Dally?F. F. V. limited. Solid vesti
bule. electric-lighted Dining Car train to Cin
cinnstl. Pullman sleepers to Cincinnati, Isl
ington and I>Hiisville without change. Com
partment sleeper to Virginia Hot Springs dally
except Sunday. Sleepers Cincinnati to Chicago
and St. Louis. Dining car serving meals a la
carte.
Reservation and tickets at Chesapeake and Ohio
office, 513 Pennsylvania avenue; 6j9 Fourteenth
street near F, and at the station. Telephone call
8730 for Pennsylvania R. R. Cab Service.
H. W. FULLER,
Telephone Main 10G8. Getaeral Passenger Agent.
OCEAN TRAVEL.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
Fast Express Service.
Fastest end Most Luxurious of Leviathans.
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?BREMEN.
K. Wm. I!..Jan. 23. 2 pm'K. Wm. II.Mar. 27, 7 am
Kaiser Feb. 6. 10 am:Kronprinz. . Apr. 10,7 am
K. Wm. II..Feb. 20. 1 pm;Kaiser. .. .Apr. 17, 10 am
Kaiser Mar. lOar^jK.Wm. II..Apr. 24, 6 am
Twin-Screw Passenger Service.
BREMEN DIRECT.
Bran'b'g.. Jan. 11, 10 am* Bran'burg..Mar. 1, 10 am
Neckar Jan. 25, lOamjKoeln Mar. fi. 10 am
Rhein Feb. 8, 10 am; Frankfort.Mar. 22, 10 am
Cassel... .Feb. 15. 10 am tKurfuerst,Mar.29, 10 am
tCalls at Plymouth and Cherbourg.
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR?NAPLES?GENOA.
Albert Jan. 13, 11 am
Irene Jan. 27. 11 am
I-ulse Feb. 8. 11 am
Albert Feb. 17, 11 am
Tiarbarossa.Feb. 24, 11 am
Irene Mar. 3. 11 am
I-ulse Mar. 10,31am
?Neckar. ..Mar. 17, 11 am
?Gibraltar and Naples only.
OELBICHS A CO., NO. 5 BROADWAY, N. Y.
E. F. DROOP & SONS CO., 925 PENNA. AVB.
mh22-S12t.eSu.29
Hamburg=American Line.
>ourg?Hamburg.
'tWuIdersee Feb. 24
KAmerlka Mar. I
^Pennsylvania Mar. 10
?Deutschlaud.... Mar. 15
Plymouth? Cher'
tPennsylvania.... Jan. 13
TAmcrika Jan. 2C
fPretorla Feb. 10
?jBlueeher Feb. 15
g. S. Amerika, Most Luxurious and Most Modern of
Leviathans. I
?Grill room. JGymnasium. ^Elevator and a la
carte restaurant. tCalling at Dover for London
and Paris.
Mediterranean Service.
TO GIBRALTAR, NAPLES AND GENOA.
Prinz Oskar Jan. 13, 11 a.m.; Mar. 7, Apr. 19
Prluz Adalbert Feb. 3, noon; Mar. 22, May 8
tPEUTSCHLAND Feb. 6, 2:30 p.m.
?Hamburg Feb. 17, noon; Mar. 31, May 17
?Cretie (chartered from Whit? Star Line)..Feb. 27
Rates, 1st Class, $70, $82, $118 upward, according
to steamer selected.
?Call at Gibraltar, fGrill ny>m.
S.S. Moltke to Madeira, Cadiz, Gibraltar, Malaga,
Algiers aud Genoa, Jan. 30, 190*3; a delightful trip
of 19 days for $96 per adult upward.
HAMBURG AMERICAN LINE, 37 B'WAY, N. Y.
E. P. DROOP & SONS. 925 Pa. avt.
Ja.Vtf.31
AMERICAN LINE.
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?SOUTHAMPTON.
PHILADELPHIA?QUEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL.
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE.
NEW YORK?LONDON DIRECT.
RED STAR LINE.
ANTWERP?DOVER?LONDON?PARIS.
WHITE STAR LINE.
NEW YORK-QUEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL.
BOSTON?QCEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL.
tT1'f MEDITERRANEAN ?
FROM NEW YORK:
REPUBLIC Jan. 26, 3 p.m.; Mar. 9, Apr. 21
CELTIC (20.904 tons) Feb. 11, 12:30 p.m.
CRETIO Apr. 3, 10 a.m.; May 10
FROM BOSTON:
CANOPIO Jan. 13; noon; Feb. 24
ROMANIC Feb. 3. 5:30 a.m.! Mar. 17
WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1300 F ST. N.W.
DAVII) LINDSAY. Passenger Agent.
fe4 S12t.eSu 25
FRENCH LINE.
COMPAGNIE GENERALS TRANSATLANTIQUE,
Direct Line to Havre?Paris (France).
Sailing every Thursday at 10 a.m.
From Pier No. 42. North River, foot Morton St.. N.T.
I*a t'.ascogne Jan. lll#La Touraine Fab. 1
?La Savole Jan. 18 La Gascogne Feb. 8
La Bretagne Jan. 23(*La Savole Feb. 15
?Twin-screw ? teamen.
GEORGE W. MOSS.
1411 G ST. N.W.
mbl-812t.eSu.14
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Ejpert treatment of private diseases, chronic and
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Medicine furnished. Prices moderate. Hours, 9 to
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Eipert Id the cure of all forms of contagious blood
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Doctor's service and medicine, J2. Tel. li. 2518.
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Afternoon and night coaching for army, pay corps,
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STEAMER HARRY RANDALL, MONDAY8 AND
SATURDAYS at T a.m., for landings on Potomac,
Including Port Tobacco creek, Maddox creek.
Wicomico river and Nomln) creek landings. WBu'
NESDAY at 4 p.m., for river landings, including
iM-dings on tbe Wicomico river, Nooilnl and lower
Machodoe creeks.
Returning, steamer arrives In Washington Tues
day and SuLday afternoons and early Friday
morning.
Steamer for GLYMONT and intermediate lanil.
lngs at 9 a.m dally except Sunday; returning
about 4 p.m. nolft-tf
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Winter Schedule, In effect December 28, 1908.
Steamer will leave Washington every Thursday
at 4 p.m. for Baltimore and River Landings, ar
riving In Baltimore early Saturday morning.
Returning, will leave Baltimore, Pier No. t,
Light St., every Tuesday at 8 p.m. for Washington
and River Landings, arriving In Washington early
Thursday morning.
All freight must be prepaid. Accommodations
for passengers unsurpassed.
T. MURDOCH, STEPHENSON A BRO.,
G. P. and P. Agent. Agents, 7th St. wharf.
__de27-tf,18 TeleyboneMaln 748.
Would Adopt Negro at Her Son.
Mrs. L. v. B. Ferguson, a grandnlece of
Oliver Wendell Holmes, wishes to adopt a
colored boy as her son. according to a dis
patch from Denver. Mrs. Ferguson, who
lives on her wealthy husband's ranch at
Axial, Routt county, Col., has written to
certain persons In Denver, stating her de
sire to adopt a son, and emphasizing her
preference for a colored boy fourteen years
old. The lucky and dusky youngster will
have two charming "sisters" by adoption.
One of Mrs. Ferguson's daughters, a beau
tiful young married woman, is In New
York; the other Is a student In the high
school at Denver.
Real Estate Men
Advertise property fer Sale
and Rent in The Evening Star
because they know by long
experience that it is the one
paper in Washington that is
read by everybody.
A Brilliant Occasion for the
Diplomatic Corps.
HUNDREDS OF GUESTS
Out-of-Town as Well as Resident
Notables.
SOME SPLENDID GOWNS SEEN
Jewels in Feminine Attire Vying
With Court and Military
Dress.
The President and Mrs. Roosevelt Held
their first levee of the winter last night,
when the diplomatic corps was the honored
body, and the assemblage in consequepco
a most brilliant one. The arrangements
were carried out with absolute ease and
ccmfort to each guest. The reception be
gan promptly at 9. the first half hour being
devoted entirely to the special guests of the
occasion and the large party Invited to the
blue room. Following the formal presenta
tion of the foreigners this latter company
formed in line In the red room and passed
down the line. With the President and
Mrs. Roosevelt in the receiving party were
Mrs. Fairbanks, Mrs. Root, Mrs. Shaw,
Mrs. Taft, Mrs. Cortelyou, Mrs. Bonaparte
and Mrs. Metcalf. Mrs. Roosevelt looked
unusually well in her inaugural ball dress,
which. It will be remembered, is of a sort
shade of blue satin, brocaded In silver, the
pattern being a flight of small birds. It
has old lace on the bodice. Mrs. Roosevelt
carried a bunch of white roses. Mrs. Fair
banks wore white, Mrs. Root, mauve chif
fon velvet; Mrs. Shaw, white lace with Jet
and silver spangles; Mrs. Taft, white lib
erty satin and lace; Mrs. Cortelyou, white
lace; Mrs. Bonaparte, white lace, and Mrs.
Met calf, yellow lace. The Vice President
I and all the cabinet officers were present,
escorting their wives to the scene of the
evening's pleasure.
While all were not present, the list of
those Invited to the blue room was as fol
, lows: The secretary to the President, Col.
C. S. Bromweli, Mrs. Bromwell, Lieutenant
Commander Albert L. Key, Mrs. Key, Mr.
B. F. Barnes, Mrs. Barnes, Mr. Rudolph
Forster, Mrs. Forster, Ml-s Isabella L.
Hagner. ? ?
The Chief Justice, Miss Fuller, Mr. II. C.
Wallace, Mrs. Wallace, Mr. N. L. Francis,
Mrs. Francis, Mr. Justice Harlan, Mrs.
Ilarlan, the Misses Harlan, Miss Child, Mr.
Justice Brewer, Mrs. Brewer. Mr. Justice
Brown. Mm. Brown, Mr. Pitts Duffleld, Mrs.
Duffleld, Miss Schermerhorn, Mr. Justice
White, Mrs. White, Mr. Justice Peckham,
Mrs. Peckham, Mr. Justice McKenna, Mrs.
McKcnna, the Misses McKeana, Mr. Henry
Grove, Mrs. Grove, Mr. Justice Holmes,
Mrs. Holmes, Mr. Justice Day, Mrs. Day,
Mr. Rufus S. Day, Mr. Justice Shiras, Mrs.
Shiras.
Mr. Russell A. Alger, Mrs. Alger, Mr.
William E. Bailey, Mrs. Bailey, Capt. F.
M. Alger, Mrs. Alger, Mr. Cornelius IV
Bliss, Mrs. Bliss. Miss Bliss, Mr. Cornelius
N Bliss, jr., Mr. William E. Chandler, Mrs.
Chandler, Mr. S. B. Elkins, Mrs. Elkins,
Miss Katherine Elkins, Mr. Davis Eikins,
Mr. Richard Elkins, Mr. B. B. Elkins, jr.,
Mr. Blaine Elkins, Mr. John W. Foster,
Mrs. Foster, Mr. Lyman J. Gage, Mr.
James Albert Gary, Mrs. Gary, Mr. John
W. Griggs, Mrs. Griggs, Miss Griggs, Mr.
Hilary A. Herbert, Mr. Benjamin Micou,
Mrs. Micou, Mr. P. C. Knox, Mrs. Knox,
Mr. Reed Knox. Mr. Hugh S. Knox, Mr.
Redfield Proctor, Mr. Charles Emory Smith,
Mrs. Smith, Mr. Henry M. Teller, Mr.
Wayne MacVeagh. Mrs. MacVeagh and
Miss MacVeagh. . ,
Mr. Truxton Beale, Mrs. Beale, Gen.
Clayton, Mrs. Clayton, Miss Kathleen Clay
ton Mr. J. C. Bancroft Davis, Mrs. Davis,
Gen. W. F. Draper, Mrs. Draper, Mr.
Thomas B. Ferguson, Miss Ferguson, Mr.
John A. Kasson, Mr. F. B. Loomis, Mrs.
Loomis, Mr. Hannis Taylor, Mrs. Taylor,
Miss Taylor.
Mr. Robert Bacon, Mrs. Bacon, Miss Ba
con, Mr. Alvey A. Adee, Mrs. D. G. Adee,
the Misses Adee, Mr. Herbert H. D. Peirce,
Mrs. Peirce, Miss Gilpin.
Mr. William P. Frye, Misa Emme Frye
White, Miss Caroline Frye Brlggs, Mr.
William Frye White, Mrs. White, Mr. Nel
son W. Aldrich. Miss Lucy T. Aldricli, Mrs.
Elisha Dyer, Mr. William B. Allison. Mr.
E. J. Burkett, Mrs. Burkett, Mr. A. S.
Clay, Mr. S. M. Cullom, Mr. J. B. Foraker,
Mrs. Foraker, Misa Foraker. Mr. F. If.
Walnwrlght, Mrs. Wainwrlght, Mr. M. J.
Foster, Mr. R. J. Gamble. Mrs. Gamble,
Mr. Eugene Halo, Mrs. Hale, Mr. Chandler
Hale, Mrs. Hale, Mr. John Kean, the Misses
Kean, Mr. H. C. Lodge, Mr. J. T. Morgan,
Mr. J. C. Spooner, Mrs. Spooner, Mr. Philip
L. Spooner, Jr.; Mrs. WHlet M. Spooner,
Mr. J. P. Taliaferro.
The Speaker of the House, Miss Helen A.
Cannon, Mrs. E. X. Le Seure, Mrs. Le
Seure, Mr. A. R. Samuel. Mrs. Samuel, Mr.
J. L. Loose, Mrs. Loose, Mr. Erasmus Llnd
ley, Mr. J. S. Fassett, Mrs. Fassett, Mr. A.
P. Gardner, Mr. R. R. Hitt, Mr3. Hitt, Mr.
William F. Hitt, Mr. Nicholas Longworth,
Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, sr.; Mr. Herbert
Parsons, Mrs. Parsons, Mr. F. C. Stevens,
Mr. J. A. Tawney.
Lieut. Gen. A. R. Chaffee, Mrs. Chaffee,
Capt. George F. Hamilton, Mrs. Hamilton,
Brig. Gen. J. M. Wilson, Miss Leila M.
Waller, Gen. 3. B. M. Young.
The admiral of the navy, Mrs. Dewey, '
Lieut Commander S. S. Wood, Mrs. Wood,
the surgeon general of the navy, Mrs.
Rixey.
Brig. Gen. George F. Elliott, Mrs. El
liott, Lieut. R. S. Hooker, Mrs. Hooker.
Major Charles L. McCawley, Capt. A. E.
Harding, Capt. Guy V. Henry, Capt. Dan
T. Moore, Capt. Fltzhugh Lee, Lieut. U. S.
Grant, 3d, Lieut. P. H. Sheridan. Ensign
Adolphus Andrews, Lieut. Chauncey Shack- I
ford.
Mr. H. B. F. Maofarland, Mrs. Macfar- 1
land, Mrs. William N. Strong, Mr. John
W. Douglass, Mrs. Douglass, Mr. H. L.
West. Mrs. West, Miss West, Major John
Blddle, Miss S. D. Biddle.
Mrs. Semple, Mrs. Garret A. Hohart, Mr.
Garret A. Hobart, Jr., Mrs. T. F. Bayard,
Mrs. Belknap, Mrs. Robeson, Miss Robeson,
Mrs A. A. Cole, Miss Lawton, Mrs. John
Russell Young, Mr. B. R. Davids, Mrs.
Sheridan, the Misses Sheridan, the Misses
Strong, M13S Waite, Mrs. Woods, the
Misses Woods, Mrs. Stanley Matthews,
Miss Mitchell.
Capt. William S. Cowles, Mrs. Cowles,
Mr. Frank E. Webb, Mrs. Webb, President
Nicholas Murray Butler, Mr. James Speyer,
Mrs. Speyer, Miss Lorraine Roosevelt, Mr.
Stephen H. Olin, Mrs. Olln, Gen. Horace
Porter Mr. Thomas Hastings, Mrs. Hast
ings, Mr. John L. Cadwallader, Mr. Finley
P. Dunne, Mrs. Dunne, Prof. John W.
Burgess, Mrs. Burgess. Mr. Joseph Alsop,
Mr. Whltelaw Reid, Mrs. Reld. Miss Jean
Reid Mr. Clifford Richardson, Mrs. Rich
ardson, Mr. William N. Cohen, Mr. R. J.
Wynne, Mrs. Wynne, Mrs. Howell Carroll,
Right Rev. H. Y. Satterlee, Mrs. Satterlee,
Miss Satterlee. Bishop Earl Cranston, Mrs.
Cranston, Miss Cranston, Mr. Lloyd Grls
com, Mrs Grlscom, Lieut. E. G. VoUmer.
Mr Edwin Litchfield Turnbull, Dr. Phillip
Ogden Mr. J. B. Noel Wyatt, the Misses
Stewart, Mrs. Samuel Spenper, Mrs. Fred
erick F. Thompson.
the Austrian Ambassador and Madame
Hengelmuller were the first of the diplo
matic guests to fbe received- The latter was
in old rose veJvet and wore superb jerwels.
The French Ambassador and Mme, Jusser
and, the German Ambassador and Baroness
von Stemburg, the British Ambassador and
Lady Durand, the Brazilian Ambassador
and Madame Nabrlco and the Russian Am
bassador and Baroness Rosen, were also
present, each couple followed by the secre
taries and attaches of legation. As on New
Year day there were few, if any, absentees
from the legations, either the heads or
members of the 6ta(Is. Mme. Jusserand
wore splendid diamonds and a light silk
draped in crystal-beaded lace. Baroness
Sternburg wore blue and a quantity of
Jew-els. Madame Nabuco wore gray.
Lady Durand, black net, with black vel
vet appliques over white silk; Baroness
Rosen, soft white satin an:l lace, with
touches of sable in the trimming: Madame
Hauge, gray ohiffon: Madame Leger, white
lacc, with ro?e appliques; Miss Bourke, sil
ver spangled tulle; Miss Kaihleen Bourke,
white radium silk; Viscountess de Fara
mond. pink satin and lace; Lady Susan
Townley, black lace, diamond tiara and
jeweled orders; Madame Gurgel do Amahal,
steel blue spangled net; Mme. Wilenlcin,
peach-blow satin; Mrs. Howard S. Reeside,
mauve satin and lace: Mrs. Clifford Walton,
white lace; Madame Godoy. shell pink satin,
with superb oianionds and emeralds; Miss
Godoy, flowered pink gauze; Baroness M011
cheur. black velvet, and Madame Oalderon,
Irish point.
MlS3 Roosevelt was In light blue, with ef
fective lace trimmings; Mrs. W. S. Cowles,
v-ery elegant blue satin; Miss Helen Cannon
was in white satin and lice; Mrs. T>e Seure,
princess dress in pale blue satin, with silver
spangles on the bodice; Mrs. Samuel of
Danville, 111., in white lace: Mrs. R. J.
Wynne, a lace robe over pink silk; Mrs.
John I>avis. white satin; Mrs. Tow use nd,
white satin; Mrs. Whitelaw Rcid, light yel
low satin; Mrs. Tlrcrmons, pink satin; Miss
Isabel May, flame-colored or- pe and span
gle?; Mrs. Bromiwell, pale blue velvet; Mra.
JOey, white lace; Mrs. Hugh Wallace, black
velvet and diamonds; Mra. Nathaniel Fran
cis, black lace; Mrs. John C. Simp-son, white
lace; Mrs. WilHajn A. Mearns, white satin;
Mra. Chaffee, white laoe and brocade.
The reception erf guests did not conclude
until 11 o'clock, a half hour or so longer
than named on the cards.
List of Invited Guests.
The guests invited were:
A.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F. Acheson. Miss
Acheson, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ackert, Mr.
Ilenry Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Henry C.
Adams, Mr. Robert Adams, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. William C. Adamson, Mr. Charles
Adamson, Mr. Reese Adamson, Mr. Alvey
A. Adee, Mrs. D. G. Adee, the Misses Adee,
Gen. and Mrs. Felix Agnus, Miss Agnus,
Mr. Wyatt Aiken, Maj. Gen. and Mrs. F. C.
Ainsworth, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Albert, Jr.;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles 8. Albert. Mr. Nelson
X\r. Aldrich, Miss Lucy T. Aldrich, Brig.
Gen and Mrs. Charles T. Alexander, Miss
Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. De Alva S. Alex
ander, Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Alger, c'apt.
and Mrs. Frederick Moulton Alger, Mrs. M.
M. Allan, Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank A1 lee, Mr.
James F. Alice, jr.; Mr. Amos L. Allen,
Miss Allen, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Charles J.
Allen, Miss Allen, Mr. Henry C. Allen, Miss
Allen, Miss Ida Allen, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Allison, Mr. and Mrs. John Allison, Mr.
William B. Allison, Mr. Joseph Alsop,. Miss
Ethel Amann, Mr. Butler Ames, Mr. and
Mrs. Chandler F. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs.
Larz Anderpon, Mrs. Nicholas L. Anderson,
Col. and Mrs. A. B. Andrews, Ensign Adol
phus Andrews, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. George
L. Andrews, Mr. H. F. Andrews. Mrs. Jen
nie P. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Andrus,
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Ankeny, Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Ansley, Mr. and- Mrs. C. E. Arney.
Miss Francis Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Jewell
H. Aubere, Mrs. Daisy Fitzhugh Ayres.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Babbitt. Mr. and
Mrs. Elisha J. Babcoek, Miss Eabcoclt^ Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph W. Babcock, Mr. and Mrs.
Rene Bache, Mr. Augustus O. Bacon, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Bacon, Mis3 Bacon, Miss
Elizabeth BaggaJlay. Mr. Joseph W. Bailey,
Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus Bailey, Miss Bailey,
Mr. and Mrs. It. O. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs.
William E. Bailey, Rear Admiral and Mrs.
George W. Baird, Mrs. Abby G. Baker, Mr.
William H. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin,
Mrs. Lucy A. Ball. Mr. Herman Balz, Mr.
and Mrs.'John II. Bankhcad, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry T. Bannon, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Barchfeld, Miss Barchfeld, Rear Admiral
and Mrs. A. S. Barker, Mr. H. W. Barker.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Barnes, Miss M. F.
Barnes, Miss Florence W. Barrie, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Bartlioldt, Mr. Charles L.
Bartlett, Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Alfred E.
Bates, Mr. Arthur L. Bates, Miss Florence
Bates, Maj. Gen. John C. Bates, Miss Bat
tles, Mrs. T. F. Bayard. Mr. and Mrs. Trux
tun Beale, Mrs. W. L. Beale, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Beall. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Beck,
Mr. and Mrs. Gecrge F. Becker, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Adam Bede, Mr. and Mrs. Russell
O. Beene, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Beesecker,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Beidler, Miss Beid
ler, Mr6. Belknap, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Graham Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J.
Bell. Miss Bell, Brig. Gen. and Mrs.
George Bell. Miss Bell, Mr. Thomas
M. Bell, Mr. and Mr3. William S. Bennet,
Mr. Charles B. and' Mrs. Bennett, Mr. and
Mrs. Ira E. Bennett, Mr. Joseph B. Ben
nett, Mrs. Berry, the Misses Berry, Mr.
Walter V. R. Berry, Mr. and Mrs. James H.
Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott R. Berry, Mr.
and Mrs. C. K. Berryman, the Misses Be
van, Mr. Albert J. Beverldge. Maj. John
Biddle. Miss S. D. Biddle. Mrs. Thomas .Bid
die, Miss Biddle. Mr. and Mrs. Henry C.
Biggs, Mr. Henry H. Bingham. Mr. W411la.m
T. Bingham. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin P.
Blrdsall, Miss June A. Birdsa.ll, Mr. Ros
well P. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Black, Miss Ilelene E. Black, Mr. and Mrs.
B. Spencer Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph C. S. Blackburn. Mrs. James G.
Blaine, Mr. Gist Blair. Mr. Woodbury Bliir,
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Blanchard, Mrs. Robert
M. Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius N.
Biiss, Miss B'iss. Mr. C. N. Bliss, jr., Miss
Ely Bancroft Bliss, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G.
Blythe. Mr. Theodore Davis BoaJ, Mme.
Baal. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Boardman,
the Misses Boardman. Mr. and Mrs. John
Bolt, the Secretary of the Navy, Mrs. Bona
parte, Mme. Bonaparte Mr. Jerome Na
poleon Bonaparte, Mr. Ira M. Bond, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert-W. Bonynge, Mrs. W. E.
Boughton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Btoutell,
Mrs. Boutell, Miss Bout oil, Miss Bo wd itch.
Mr. and Mrs. Eaton J. Bowers, tho Misses
Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. Justin D. B'owersook,
Miss Margery Bowerscck. Mr. and Mrs.
Sydney J. Bowie, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Al
pheus IT. Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Allen R.
Boyd, Mdss Harriet A. Boyd, Mr. an-3 Mrs.
George W. Boyd. Mr. John Boyle, Mis3 F.
G. Boyle, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Boyle, Mr. Ed
ward R. Boyle, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Boyn
ton, Miss Boyntoni, Mr. and Sirs. Elson
Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. George Lot ii rap
Bradley, Mr. Thomas W. Bl-adiiey, Miss
Roberta V. Bradshaw, Mr. E. C. B raj nerd.
Miss Irene Brainerd. Mr. F. B. Brandegse,
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Brantley, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Breckons, Mr. and Mrs. Justice
Brewer. Mr. and' Mrs. Arthur T. Brice, Miss
Kate Brlce, Mr. and' Mrs. Abraham L.
Brick Miss Bstelle Brick, Miss Caroline
Frye Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brock,
Ool. and Mrs. Charles S. Bromwell, Mr. and
Mra. W. S. Bronson. Mr. Charles J. Bron
son, Miss Sue Bronson, Mr. Moses L.
Broocks, Mr. and Mra. Franklin E. Brooks.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Broussard, Mr. and
Mrs. Justice Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George
R. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sen raff Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Crosby Brown. Ool. and Mrs.
L. S. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Luther G.
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Maury H. Brawn,
Mrs. Sevelon A. Browne the Misses Brawn,
Mr. and Mrs. Webster E. Brown. Miss
Browning, Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Brown
low, Mr. Ix>uils Brown low, Mr. Stephen
Brundidge, Jr.. Mr. Thomas Barbour Bryan,
Miss Bryan. Dr. and Mrs. John R. Buck,
Mr3. John Buck. Mr. Charles B. Buck
man, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan O. Bulkeley,
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Burgess, Prof, and
Mrs. John W. Burgoss, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles H. Burke. Mr. and Mrs. James F.
Burke, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Burkett, Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin C. Burleigh. Mr. Albert S. Bur
ton, Mr. John L. Burnett, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry E. Burnham, Miss Edith L. Burn
ham. Mr. and Mrs. Julius C. Burrows. Brig.
Gen. and Mrs. Andrew 8. Burt, Brig. Gen.
George H. Burton, Mrs. G. H. Burton, Mr.
Hiram R. Burton, Miss Sarah R. Burton,
Miss Leah Anderson Burton, Mr. Joseph R.
Burton, Mr. Theodore B. Burton, Mr. and
Mrs. L. White Busby, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
H. Butler, Miss Butler, Brig. Gen. and Mrt.
John Q. Butler, Miss Butler, Mr. M. G. Bat
ler. President Nicholas Murray Butler. Mr.
nud Mrs. Thomas 8. Buter, Miss Bynner,
Mr. Adam M. Byrd, Brig. Gen. and Mrs.
Chares C. Byrne.
C.
Mr. John L. Cadwallader. Dr. and Mrs.
Florian Cajori, Mr. and Mrs. William L.
Calder, Mr. William A. Ciiderhead. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Donald Cameron, Miss Cameron,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Philip P.
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. William W. Camp
bell. Mr. 9. H. Campbell, Mr Jt-hn W.
Campbell, the Misses Campbell, Mr and
Mr?. Ezekiel S. Candler, jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
H. F. Caney, the Speaker of the House,
Miss Helen A. Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Telia Cannon, the chief constructor of the
navy. Mr. and Mrs. Adin B. Capron. Miss
Helen M. Capron, Mr. James Mandcville
Carlisle, Miss Carlisle, Brig. Gen. Caleb H
Carlton, Mr. Edward W. Carmiu-k. Mr
Jesse L. Carmichael, Mr. Francis J. Car
mody, Miss Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Prank
G. Carpenter, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Eugene
A. Carr, Mr. unci Mrs. Wilbur J. Carr. Mrs.
Carrick, Mrs. B. P. Carter, Mr. end Mrs.
Thomas II. Carter, Mr. and Mis. A. J.
Cassel, the Misses Cassel. Mr. How
ard N. Cassel, Mr. Henry Cassel,
Mrs. Howell Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Cas-'on, Mr. George A. Castor. Miss Ellen
i IT. Chabot, Mr. James J. Chafee, Miss Chaf
fee, Lieut. Gen. and Mrs. A. R. Chaffee,
Miss Chaffee, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cham
bers, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Cham
bers, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Chambers, Mr.
and Mrs. William E. Chandler. Mr. and
Mrs. John C. Chaijey, lir. Dirrelle E. Cha
nev. Miss Eeo Ethel Chaney. Mr. and Mrs.
C.Durand Clapman, Mr:;. E. S. Chapman,
Mr. R. H. Chapman, Mr. Pleasant T
Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Cha
tard. Rear Admiral and Mis. c. M. Chester.
Miss Child, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Child?. Mrs.
William H. Ciagett, Miss Clagett, Mr.
Moses E. Clapp, Mr. and Mrs. Champ
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D. Clark,
Miss Laura Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Edward B.
Clark. Miss Prances P.. Clark. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Clark. Miss Rouben Clark, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter E. Clark, Mr. Waiter Clark,
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Clark, Mr. James
P. Clarke, Mr. Alexander S. Clay, Mr. Hen
ry D. Clayton, Gen. and Mrs. Powell Clay
ton, Miss Kathleen Clayton. Miss Eliza
beth C. Claytor, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cleve
land, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Henry W. Clos
son. Miss Clos'son, Mr. and Mrs. W. Clum,
Mr. Wm. Bourke Cockran. Mrs. Wm. W.
Cocks, Mr. William X. Cohen. Miss Neil
Colburn, Mrs. A. A. Cole. Capt. .and Mrs.
H. G. Cole. Mr. Ralph D. Cole, Mr. and
Mrs. Chapman Coleman. Miss Georgette
Collier. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Colman, Mr.
and Mrs. James P. Conner, Mr. Raymond
P. Conner, Mr. F. W. Connor. Mrs. Emiline
Connor, Rear Admiral and Mrs. G. A. Con
verse, the Misses Converse. Mr. L. Cooke.
Mr. and Mrs. Alford W. Cooley, Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Coolidge. Brig. Gen. and Mrs.
Michael Cooney, the Misses Cooney, Mr.
and Mrs. Allen F. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. C.
P. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Cooper.
Brig. Gen. John J. Coppinger, the Postmis
ter General. Mrs. Cortel.vou, Mr. W. S.
Couch. Mrs. R. F. Couch, Rear Admiral and
Mrs. Frank Courtis, Mr. Robert G. Cousins.
Capt. and Mrs. William S. Cowles, Mr. Ed
ward E. Coyle, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. David
? J. Cradgiie, Mr. Morton E. Crane, Mr. W
Murray Crane. Mr. Harris M. Crist, Mrs.
M. F. Crist, Mr. George W. Cromer. Rear
Admiral and Mrs. B. J. Cromwell. Bishop
and Mrs. Earl Cranston. Miss Cranston.
Col. and Mrs. W. H. Crook. Brig. Gen. Will
iam Crosier, Miss Cruger. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
gar Crumpacker, Col. Thomas Cruse. Miss
Cruse, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Culberson,
the Misses Cullen, Mr. Shelby M. Cullom.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Culp. Miss Grace Cunni
cliffe, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Cunningham.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Currier, Miss Maud
M. Currier, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtis.
Miss Dolly Curtis. Mr. E. S. Curtis. Miss
Permelia Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. William E.
Curtis, Miss Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Alberton
Cushman, Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. Cusli
man, Mrs. Elizabeth Newell Cushman. Mr.
Arthur Cushman, Mr. S. H. Cutting.
D.
Mr. Everett T. Da.le, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas II. Dale, Miss Ruth Dale. Mr. and
Mrs. John Dalzell, Mr. Samuel Dalzell, Mr.
John W. Daniel, Mrs. A. L. Danskln. the
Misses Darlington, Mr. Archibald B. Dar
ragh, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Davey, the
Misses Davey, Mr. B. R. Davids, Mr. and
Mrs. James H. Davidson, Rear Admiral and
Mrs. Charles H. Davis. Miss Davis. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles R. Davis, Dr. and Mrs.
D. G. Davis, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. George B.
Davis, Maj. Gen. George W. Davis, the
Misses Davis, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bancroft
Davis. Mrs. John Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
King Davis. Mr. Russell H. Davis, Mr.
Thomas B. Davis, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Wirt
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Beman G. Dawes, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert F. Dawson, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas F. Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Justice
Day, Mr. Rufus S. Day, Miss Grace R. Day,
Mr. Charles Ray Dean, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel C. Dean, Medical Director and
Mrs. R. C. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. David A. De
Armond, Mrs. James A. De Armond, Mr.
and Mrs. Ellas Deemer, tlie Misses Deemer.
Mrs. M. R. De Groat, Mrs. M. E. Deitriek,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Denby, Mr. Edwin
Denby, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. M. Dennis, jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Denny. Mrs. John
son L. De Peyster, Miss De Peyster, Mr.
and Mrs. Chauncey M. Depew, Mr. Chaun
cey M. Depew, jr., the admiral of the
navy, Mrs. Dewey, Brig. Gen. and Mrs.
Calvin De Witt, Lieut, and Mrs. J. L. De
Witt, Mrs. F. H. Dexter. Mr. Rudolph De
Zapp, Mr. Charles Dick, Mrs. Charles Dick,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank L. Dickson. Capt. and Mrs. S. W. B.
Diehl, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt J. D'ekema.
Miss Marguerite Dlekema. Mr. William P.
Dillingham, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Eugene D.
Dlmmick. Mrs. Dimock, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph M. Dixon, Mr. l.Incoln Dixon, Mr.
Arthur J. Dodge, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Fran
cis S. Dodgo, Miss l,oui?o Dodsworfh. Mr.
and Mrs. Jonathan P. Doll'ver, Miss Dolll
ver, Mr. and, Mrs. John W. Douglas'?, Mr.
Blackburn B. and Mrs. Dovener, Mr. and
Mrs. W. N. Dovener, Mrs. M. B. Downing.
Gen. and Mrs. W. F. Draper, Mr. and Mrs.
William II. Draper, Miss Bessie Draper, Mr.
Eugene F. Drennon, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
R. Dresser, Mr. Jasper M. Dres;er, Mr.
and Mrs. Michael E. Drlscoll Brig. Gen.
and Mrs. Richard C. Drum, Mrs. Sara W.
Drummond. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Drvden,
Mr. Fred T. Dubois, Mr. EIncoln Dubois.
Miss Dubois, Mr. and Mrs. James T. Du
Bois, Mr. and Mrs. Pitts Duflteld, Mr. and
Mrs. B. L. Dulaney, Miss Dunlap. Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur W. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Finley
P. Dunne, Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Dun
well, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Henry H. C.
Dunwoodv, Miss Dunwoody, Miss Everild
Durand, Mrs. A. II. Dutton, Mr. John W.
Dv.ight, Mrs. Ellsha Dyer.
E.
Miss C. A. Edmonston, Mr. Thoma* F.
Edmunds, Mrs. Julia M. Edmunds. Miss
Louise C. Edmunds, Mr. and Mrs. Don C.
Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards,
jr., Dr. and Mrs. Maurice F. Kgan, Miss
Patrick Egan. Miss Carmel Egan. Mrs. W.
A. Egerton, Senorlta Cnrlotta Elsenmann.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Eland, Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins, Miss Katherine
Elkins, Mr. Davis Elkins, Mr. Richard
Elkins, Mr. S. B. Elkins, Jr., Mr. Blaine
Elkins, Mrs. Sybil Minor Blwell, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Edward Ellerbe, Brig. Gen. and
Mrs. George F. Elliott, Mr. Jackson S.
Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Ellis, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Ellis, Mrs. Emery. Miss
Emery. Mr. Fred A. Emery, Miss Victoria
de M. Emery, Civil Engineer and Mrs. M.
T. Endicott, the Misses Endlcott, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred A. Erly, Mrs. J. S. Erly. Mr.
and Mrs. John J. Esch, Mr. and Mrs.
George Esch.
F.
The Vice President, Mrs. Fairbanks, Mr.
and Mrs. Warren C. Fairbanks, Mr. Fred
erick C. Fairbanks, Mr. Richard M. Fair
banks, Miss Fakes, Rear Admiral and Mrs.
N H Farquhar, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stoat
Fassett, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee Fearn,
Mr and Mrs. Jo.lm E. Fenwick, Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. M. Ferguson, Mr. Thomas B.
Ferguson, Miss Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs.
Boott Field. Mr. and Mrs. David E. Fin
ley Mr. D. E. Finley, jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
W * W Flnlev, the Misses Finley, Mrs.
Nicholas Fish, Chief Engineer and Mrs.
Henry W. Fitch, *1$? Misses Fitch, Mr. and
Mrs. John J. Fitzgerald. Mr. John Fitagib
bon, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Flack, Mr.
William Flack, Mr. Loren Fletcher, Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Flint, Mr. James H. Fllnn,
Miss Mary Fllnn, Medical Director James
M. Flint, Mr. Henry D. Flood, Mr. and
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Adelena M. Fontaine, Mr. and Mr*. Joseph
B. Foraker. Miss Foraker, Brig. Gen. and
Mrs. Theodore F. Forbes. Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph W. Fordney. Mr. and .Mrs Rudolph
Forster, Mrs. Samuel Forter, Mr. G. R.
Forteseue, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Wilitam h!
Forv.ood, Mr. and Mrs. George Edmund
Foes, Mr. and Mrs. David J Foster, Miss
Mabel Foster, Mr. and Mr?. Percy S. Fos
ter, Mr. and Mrs. G. Seward Foster,
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Foster, Miss Joseph
ine Foster, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Foster,
Mr. Murphy J. Foster. Mr. Charles N.
Fowler. Miss Jennie G. Fowler, Mrs Marie
Washburn Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. Wiiliam
G. Fox, Miss Fox. Mr Carlton Fox, Mr.
George Edward Fox, Pay Director and
Mrs. L. A. Frailey, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Charles
S. Francis, Miss Eleanor Francis, Miss
Helen Francis, Mr. and Mrs. X. I.. Francis,
Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Royal T. Frank, Hear
Admiral and Mrs. S. R. Franklin. Mr. and
Mrs. James B. Frailer, Miss Freeman, Mr.
Burton L. and Mrs. French, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry C. Frick, Mrs. E. L. Frnthingham,
Mr. William P. Frye, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
B. Fulkerson. the Chief Justice. Miss Full
er, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Fuller. Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Fuller, Miss Fuller. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles W. Fulton, Mrs. Albert
F. Ferguson.
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Mr. Lyman J. Gage. Mr. John Uesiey
Gaines. Mr. Joseph 11. Gaines, Miss -Mar
garet E. Gaines, lJr. E. M. GallauUet, Miss
Gallaudet, Mr. and Mrs. Ja.-ob H. Galilnger,
Mr. William H. Galllngur. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert J. Gamble, Mr. Harvey C. Uarber,
Mr. Augustus P. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs.
Giison Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gard
ner, Miss Josephine S. Gardner, Mr. ana
Mrs. Washington Gardner. Miss L.ucy K.
Gardner, Mr. Kiiymond B. GarJner, Mr.
and Mrs. John N. Garner, Mr. and Mrs.
Finis J. Garrett, Mr. lx>uis Garthe. Mr.
and Mrs. James Albert Gary, Mr. 1'erclval
Gassett, Mrs. Gates, Mr. and Mrs. Kotiert
M. Gates, Mr. John M. Gearin, Miss Graca
E Gearln, Mr. Hugh Gearin, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis D. Gibbs. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Ho
ratio G. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. 1'reoton
Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Glihert,
Miss Mary E. Gilbert, Mr. Newton W. Gil
bert. Mr. John. jr.. and Mrs. Gill, Mr. ana
Mrs. Oscar W. Gillespie. Miss El ma Gilles
pie. Mr. Frederick H. Glliett, Mr. Jam-;s
X. Glliett, Mrs. R. D. Glimer Miss Gilmer,
Mr. Branner Gilmer. Brig. Gen. and Mrs.
John C. Gilinorw, Miss Gllniore. Mlrs Gilpin,
Mr. and Mrs. Carter Glass. Miss Nannie
Glass, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Glover.
Mr. J. F. Godoy. Jr.: Mr. Albert Godoy.
Mr. Frank Godoy, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Herman
P. Goobel, Miss Nellie E. Goebel. Mr. Henry
M. Goldfogirv Mr. Arthur T. Goldsborougn,
Mr. Fitzliugii Goldsborough. Dr. and airs.
Eumund K. Gcldsborough. the MisseB
Goldsborough, Brig. Gen David S. Gor
don, Mr. and Mrs. IVpjjslas Gordon.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Alastalr Gordon-Cummlng,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Goi-man. Miss Ada
Gorman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Goulden.
Miss Borredel Gower, Miss Grady, Mr. Jo
seph V. and Mrs. GralT, Miss Grafr, Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Graham, Miss Eliza
beth Graham. Mr. end Mrs. William '1*.
Graham, Mr. Lesley S. Graham, Brig. Gen.
and Mrs. Wllthim M. Graham, Miss Gra
ham. Mr. Deinie. L. D. Granger, Miss Grace
Granger, Lieut. U. S. Grant, ?d; Miss Clara
Grasicr, Mr. and Sirs. W. H. Greegor, Ml.'a
Greegor, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Greeley, ling.
Gen. end Mrs. A. W. Grcely. the M:saes
Greely. Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Greene,
Mr. William 8. Greene, Mr. Foster It.
Greene, Mr. Alexander W. Gregg, Mr. ana
Mrs. Isaac Gregg, Surgeon Gen. William
Grier. Mr. Jamts P. Grlltln, Mr. and Mrs.
James M. Griggs. Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Griggs, Misa Griggs, Mr. and Mrs. Lloya
Grlscom, Mr. and Mrs. Afls J. Gronna.
Mr. James Gronna, Mr. John A. Gross, iir.
and Mrs. Chari?is H. Grosvenor, Mr. ana
Mrs. J. M. Orosvenor, Mr. and Mm Henry
Grove. Mr. and Mrs. H. a Grove, Mr. ana
Mrs. James M. Gudger. jr.; Medical i-H
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