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store, and making every possible
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THE WORLD OF SOCIETY
PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT
OFF FOR "SIMPLE LIFE."'
A Vacation at Pine Knot Rest of the
Year?Leap Year Ball?
Notes.
The White Housee was brilliantly lighted
last night for the annual Christmas dinner.
President and Mrs. Roosevelt had as guests
Representative and Mrs. Nicholas I^ongworth
and Senator and Mrs. I>odge. The
doors leading into the state dining room
and the blue and red rooms were thrown
open and the Roosevelt children had a
merry time until nearly midnight. A detachment
of twenty members of the United
States Marine Band furnished music for
the occasion. The President and Senator
Iyodge took a long walk together through
uui. tuc uuj ill *> vol ui ???v v.'ij ?** -J
suburbs during the late afternoon.
President and Mrs. Roosevelt ar.d th
Roosevc-lt children will leave for Pine Knot,
Mrs. Roosevelt's country home in Albemarle
county, Va., early tomorrow morning..
They will remain there until December
31.
The Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs.
Shaw and the Misses Shaw were the guests
of Justice and Mrs. Thomas H. Anderson
Christmas at dinner.
Mrs. Roswcil Udiiaa'l Hooes will give a
tea. Tuesday, January 1. 4:30 to 7.
The annual subs-.-! ipt ion ball under the
pleasant title of I>eap Year Cotillion was
held at Raus. her s lwst night and was as
great a success as all the former on< s have
been. Mrs. Charles Bell received for the
committee of which Mrs. Fleming Newbold
and Miss Caru'yn Nuff have been tie active
members. Mr. William Morrow and Mr.
Ormsby McCammon led the german. In
which about seventy couples took part. A
Christmas decoration prevailed and the
favors were varied and pretty.
Miss Georgia Knox, the charming young
daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. William S. Knox,
is a debutante today, and those receiving
with Mrs. Knox at this family fete from
5 to 7 will be Mrs Bailey, Mrs. J. V. Bar1
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ross, Mrs. G. V. Knox, Airs. li. W. Hamilton,
Mrs. R. H. Trombly, Mrs. Iiawley,
Miss Sylvester, Miss West. Miss Peyton,
Miss Elliott, Miss White, Miss Maxey, Miss
Margaret Barr ami Miss Anna Sehaeffer.
Mrs. George W. Smith of Illinois, who has
been ill with the grip the past few weeks,
is much better.
Mis.s T,aura Mitchell of Birmingham. Ala.,
is the guest of Mrs. A. W. Starratt at 1115
S street.
Mr. and Mrs. William Healey Dall have
sent out cards for the marriage of their
daughter Marion to Mr. Charles Connor
Tuesday, January 15, at 12 o'clock at All
Souls' Church. A breakfast will follow at
12:30 at llli> 12th street, the home of the
bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Payne Whitney, who spent
Christmas at their Long Island place, are
epected here today.
Mrs. Talmage and her daughter. Miss
Rebecca Collier, are spending this week
with relatives in Pittsburg.
Christmas dav was eelenrated nt the home
of Mr. and . .s. Geo. H. Barnes, Riverdale,
Md., by the marriage of their eldest daughter.
Kria Maud, to Clarence Cissel Clabaugh,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William C.
Clabaugh of Washington, D. C. Tlie couple
was attended by the brother of the bride,
Mr. George Edgar Barnes, and Miss Helen
Madison Gove, and entered the pwrlor to the
strains of the ' Lohengrin" wedding march,
played by the sister of the groom. Mrs.
Frank J. Metcalf. who also sang "O Promise
Me" before the ceremony. The bride
was attired in white silk, elaborately trimmed
with white lace. She wore a spray of :
roses in her hair, and carried a bouquet of
the same flowers. The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. M. Ross Pishburn, pastor
of the Mount Pleasant Congregational
Church. After receiving congratulations a
collation was served. Only members of the
two families were present, including besides
those already mentioned the grandparents
of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Halstead,
Roy and Kdr.a Barnes, Mr. and Mrs.
| Me lean and their family, and Capt. J. R.
Harrov^r. grandfaather of the groom. The
young couple will leave tomorrow for their
future home in Cleveland, Ohio, where Mr.
Clabaugh will be employed in one of the
large machine shops of that city.
The minister of Norway and Mme. Hauge
are in the D. R. McKee house 011 Rhode
Island avenue, which they leased for the
season. Mr. and Mrs. McKee will winter in
the south.
The marriage of Miss Ru*>erta Alice Dally
to Mr. Murray Lee Giftord of Rochester,
N. Y., took place Christmas afternoon at
the home of Mrs. M. A. Dally, the bride's
Hiother, Rev. Frank Bristol, D.D., of Metropolitan
M. E. Church, officiating. The parlors
were decorated with ferns, Christmas
greens and palms. The bride, who was escorted
by her mother, who wore a gown of
black silk trimmed with jet, entered promptly
at 4:30, preceded by her little niece, Miss
Dorothy Frisard. The latter was dressed
in winie swiss ana tamea me bride's
shower bouquet of white roses. Mi*s Josephine
Dally, sister jof the bride, and Miss
Margaret Mullen were bridesmaids, wearing
white chiffon over swiss taffeta with
pink girdles and carrying large bouquets of
pink roses. The bride wore white crepe de
chine and princess lace over taffeta silk.
She wore a long tulle veil and carried a
prayer book, from which the marriage service
was read. The bridal party was met
by the bridegroom, attended by Mr. Ernest
A. McElwain of New York as best man.
The ceremony was followed by a reception,
at which Mrs. Mally was assisted by her
two daughters, Mrs. Kennon Vail and Mrs.
Louis Frisard, and Mrs. M. P. Billingsly.
After a trip north for a few days Mr. and
Mrs. Gifford will be at home at 200 C
street northwest.
Miss Almira De Camp Sessions, daughter
nf Cnl Ron^amln Pcoroc PnocoH T'nWn/J
Slates army, and Mrs. Russell, is another
debutante of this afternoon whose coming
out is of interest to several hundred friends.
Miss Driggs, Miss Ryan, Miss Crosby, Miss
Beale. Miss Wells, Miss Denny, Mis-s I.,eutze,
Miss Cook and Miss Jackson will . assist
'with Mrs. Marye, Mrs. Smith and Mrs.
Campbell.
Mrs. James G. Blaine, jr., formerly Miss
Martha Hichborn, who secured a divorce in
oouin i_>aivoia several nays ago, announced
last niglit that she would soon be married
to Paul S. Pearsall of New York, a lieutenant
in the regiment of Rough Riders during
the war with Spain. Mrs. Blaine reached
this city last night and was met at the
station by her father and mother and a few
friends.
At noon yesterday, in the presence of a
small gathering of frW>nds, at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Otho C. Barkley, 1132
1 8th sweet northwest, brother and sister-in
law of the bride. Miss Isla J. Parkley and
Mr. John H. White ot Maryland were married
by Rev. Westoh Bruner, pastor of
Fifth Baptist Church. After a trip to
New York, the couple will go south.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Heller of Philadelphia
are visiting their father and
mother. Mr. and Mrs. S. Heller, *517 K
street, for the Christmas holidays.
Miss Irma Strass of Raltimore. M<1 . is
spending the Christmas holidays with Mrs.
K. Steinem of P street northwest.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses have been issued to the
following:
Mirvin E. Elliott and Bessie P. Richardson,
both of Caroline county, Va.
Noah H. Moore of Wetepquin. Md? and
Maggie E. Thomas of Charles county, Md.
Rice M. Brown of Brandon. Va., and
Sallie E. Grimes or Inlei, \ a. .
Walter Stark and Annie B. KSdd, both of
Richmond, Va.
James F. Banks and Florence Banks.
Joseph Laws of Catlett Station. Va., and
Mabel George of Bristersburg, Va.
Albert Strauss and Emma Schwab, both
of New York city.
Claude S. Isaacs and Ninnasah L. Wright,
both of Baltimore, Md.
Mathew Carter and Laura Walker.
William Carter and Victoria Offutt.
Franklin F. Wing, United States army,
and Frances V. Masi of Colorado Springs,
Col.
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ricumi. JV. 1VCIU auvi >u mmv >.V ?v.
Hotel Arrivals.
New Wfllard?James Peabody. Chicago;
Dion R. Kerr, Warrenton. Va.; P. J. Randolph,
New York: Geo. F. NVoolston, New
York: Herman Elite, New York.
Ebbitt?Howard C. Judson. Adam?, Mass.;
C. R. Jameson, New York; J. T. Cole.
Ogontz, Pa.: \V. O. Patterson and Mrs.
Patterson, Indiana; M. T. King and Mrs.
King, New York.
Arlington?Miss Jane Montgomery, Piusburg;
Mrs. C. \V. Collins. Pittsburg; Miss
M. A. McCrught, Pittsburg.
Shoreham?E. G. Ferguson, New York;
'-"ii \V filnver T.e:id M TV' T S Evan.
Warrenton, Va.; S. W. Ge-bo, Bridger,
Mont.: M. B. Glover. Ix-ad, S. 13.
Raleigh?W. M. Buckler and Mrs. Buckler,
Baltimore; Frank Harnden, New
York: G. F. Sillers and Mrs. Sillers, Pittsburg;
F. W. Adams, Pittsburg.
Riggs House?J. Paul Avis, Kentucky:
Phil. B. Thompson, New York; P \V. Grabill.
Virginia; F. W. Knglest, Richmond,
Va.; Will M. Cressey and wife. New Hampshire:
A. J. Stallings and wife. Miss Davy,
New Orleans, La.; A. Wolf, Louisiana; G.
P. Hosmer, New York.
Deaths in the District.
Deaths were reported to the health office
in the past forty-eight hours, as follows:
Henrietta Lee, 52 years, 1<SH 10th street
northwest.
Cullen Wyatt, 4S years, 515>2 ,'id street
southwest.
Nelson Hackley, 70 years, 124S 23d street
northwest.
Edward S. Dorey, 2 years, 740 Rock Creok
road.
?*eter uverton, u> years, xj? a d v au?->
nortli west.
Esther Patterson, 11 years, 1222 11th
street southeast.
Augustus H. Trotter, (W years. Government
Hospital for the Insane.
Richard Young', t>it years, .'id.'!!I M street
northwest.
George F. Voeth, .V> years. Government
Hospital for the Insane.
Alphonzo James, 2*J years, lftlrt Titli street
northwest.
William Joyner. 41 years, 442 Ridge street
northwest.
Allen Stone, 13 years, 254 9th street northeast.
Charles X. Turner, 51 years, 622 Pennsylvania
avenue northwest.
Harriet Butler, SO years, 111U K street
northwest.
Channie C. Warren, 37 years, 2021 Istreet
northwest.
Carrie Gassaway, 22 years, 13 Gesford
court southeast.
Mary K. Wright, C2 years, 4!Ki Maryland
avenue southwest.
John W. Van Horn, 70 years, 2800 Ontario
road.
Charlie Wah, 39 years, 1327 7th street
northwest.
John Russell, 50 years, 78 K street northwest.
Marvin Phillips, 19 years, Georgetown
University Hospital.
Mary A. Murphy, 54 years. 218 Indiana
avenue l'Orthwest.
Edna L. Jones, 4 months, 103 4 3d street
northwest.
Josepfr A. jacKson, * monuis, ?>oui
street rlorthwest.
Thomas E. Moore, 2 months. Monroe
street. Anacostia.
Frederick Weber. 02 years, Government
Hospital for the Insane.
Anthony I- Barrett, 75 years. Plaza
apartments, Pennsylvania avenue.
Mareie A. Brewer, 17 years, lilKJS F street
northwest.
Eloyd K. Yeager, .1 days, Sibley Hospital.
Charles J. Hanson, 79 years, 207 S street
northeast.
John F. Stewart, 73 years, 1017 P street
northwest.
Ellen Plant, 72 years, 1000 B street southeast.
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Friends of Dr. McMichael to Be
Given Parting Greeting.
A farewell service will be tendered Dr.
John W. McMichael at the People's Mission,
010 Pennsylvania avenue, tomorrow
evening. It is stated that he will depart
next Monday for Oregon, where lie will
permanently locate.
Dr. McMichael has boe:i associated in
mission work in this city for a number of
years, and is a brother of Rev. William C.
McMichael. evangelist in charge of the
People's Mission. His associates propose to
gather at the mission tomorrow nig! t and
bio him farewell and godspeed on his journey
to the far-away west. The People's
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Dr. John W. McMichael.
Mission male quartet, of which Dr. McMichael
is a member, will take part for the
last time and present a number of vocal selections.
In addition to his mission work, Dr. McMichael
has been prominent in church labors,
and has had charge of the singing of
the Sunday school at the Church of the
Covenant, and of the First Baptist Church
and Gunton Memorial Church choirs. In
addition he has conducted the singing at
evangelistic services. His voice has been
pronounced to be of exceptional quality
and he has been much in demand at enter
tainments of a musical nature.
It is conceded his place as a member of
the People's Mission quartet will be hard
to fill.
Mrs. A. M. Bradley's Christmas.
Friends and sympathizers of Mrs. Annie
M. Bradley, who is now confined in the
District jail, charged with the killing of
former Senator Arthur Brown of I'tah, are
said to have supplied her with a Christmas
dinner yesterday afternoon. She also re
reived several packages containing presents
and other Christmas cheer, some of them
being from Salt I^ake City. She was visited
in the afternoon by her counsel, Messrs. '
Hoover and Wells.
Ju<lge Bartch of 1'tah, who is here on a
visit, has announced his formal withdrawal
from the case. It Is said, and Mr. Hoover
will depart for Salt Lake City tomorrow to
arrange for securing evidence for the defense.
No. 7 Knglne Company responded to a
local alarm of (Ire tills morning and found
a Blight blaze In the laboratory of the National
Vaccine Company, 1?J14 N street.
Only about $15 damage was caused.
BOitN.
BARD. On Christmas mnrninff. December 2.V
1008. tu Mr. ami Mrs. William Maclay Hani. a
daughter.
CONNER. On De*-emt?er 2??, 1900. to Mr. and Mi-*
Win. W. Conner. a aon. IXINAl.I? 1.AWIIKXCE.
MARRIED.
WHITE?BARK LEY. On Deoemlwr 1?0?. at
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Washington, 1). C.t by Rev. Went on Bruuer.
ISLA J. BARKI.KY of North Carolina nu?l
JOHN II. WHITE of Maryland.
DIED.
BARRETT. On Decemlter 25. at ihe resi
donee of bin son-In law. Joseph Cii.'l^r Hardle.
The Tiara. Washington, 1>. C.. ANTHONY L
BARRETT.
Funeral services at St. Stephen's Roman Catholic
Church on Thursday morning. IVconikr 1!7. at
X o'clock. Interment at Chicago. Ill (New
Y'ork and Chicago pa|>ers please copy.)
CRKBS. At Kernstown. Va.. J. N. CRKBS. l?e
lored father of J. N. Crebs of St. I^uils, Mo.,
and Mr*. F. S. Harrison of Washington. D. C.
Cl'TMIAW. On Tuesday, I>eoeml?er 3T>. U***. a I
122? <?lrard street. Mrs. MARTHA J. CCT
SHAW, in her ninety-second year.
Burial at Harper's Ferry. W. Va.. Thursday.
?*ember 27. at 10 o'clock. (Alexandria. V?.
Harper's Ferry and Charles Town, \\ \a . |-a
l>ers please Copy.)
FOKSYTHE. SARAH ANN FORSYTIIE. Horn In
PlttfNnx. Pi. . >ied in QardfM, Cat . Ptcw
ber 11. 1906, sixty-two fears, u:ne month?
and two days.
Funeral services at her late home In (lardena at
2 p. in. December 12. Interment In Colli p ton
Rural ceuieterv. 4
GASKIN. Departed this life on Tuesday. Dc.em
l?er 2.1, HRHi. at her residence. IH1H M stre.-t
northwest, in full triumph of faith, ANMK
<?ASK1N. l?eloved mother of Martha Robinson.
Annie Iluffhes and John <taskin mid j:rand
mother of Martha K. FitH*m.ui. Hat tie Lewis
and Kinma HoglMS, Ifed BteeCf ICtTB.
Funeral from Nineteenth Street Haptist Church
Thursday. bm?mlter i!7. at 1 <? ? !.. k. -K . h
inoinl ami Fredericksburg paper* please wpr.i
HAYWOOD. On Wedneadar. December 1'.'.
at Fort Bayard, N. M.. tviLLIAM HAYWOOD
husband of Anna Wilson Haywood.
Funeral services at the bouse. 1712 I street northwest.
on Thursday. Decem!?er 27. at 11 o'ch* -k
a.m. Interment private.
JACOBS. On Tuesday, Deeemlwr 2T?. 1000. :>i his
residence, 4.'57 street sontlnvest 'MIOPIAS
ALBKRT JACOBS, in the tilty-ninth year of
his age.
Funeral services at the Sixth Presbyterian Church.
t?tli and C streets southwest. Thursday. l?e
ceml?er 27. at 2 p.m. Interment at Congressional
cemetery. Friends respectfully invited
(Baltimore and Aunapolis pa;?ers please copy >
Notice to members of Independent Council. No. 2
j. o. r. a. m. linae attend funeral ??f oar Ute
brother. THOMAS ALBRUT JACOBS, from 4:t7 2
street southwest, 1 hursday, I?eeemi?er 2?, l'.mo. at
1:30 p.m. By order of the councilor.
Memlters of Inde|>ei)dent Council, No. 2, Jr. O.
I'. A. M.f please lake notice.
KAMMKRKK. On December 2T?. llMtC, at i1k? resi
denee of her parents, .'<022 O street northwest.
MAI'DE A. KAM.MEKFK. Infunt daughter of
Adolph 11. and Maude A. Kaniuierer.
Funeral private.
MORRILL.
The deuth on Deeember 2T?. 1 iM>;. of KDWARI>
D. MORRILL, late tirst lieutenant l.'ith Massac tin
setts Battery, a member of Kit <'arson Post. No.
2. <*. A. K., Is annonneed. Comrades are invited
to attend the funeral from his late residence. No.
1 ION H street northeast, on Thursday, Decernl27.
at 2 o'clock p.m.
CHARLES S WILDER. Commander.
CHAS. F. KKKFKR. Adjutant.
RIINIELY. On WetlnPfnIajr, Decerning 2t>. 1WV.. at
2 a.m., at the residence of h -r daughter. Mr*.
Elizabeth It. Walton. 2005 (? street northwest,
Mrs. MARY RIDCKLY.
Funeral Friday, December 28. Interment private.2
ROBEY. Wn Monday, December 24. lTfOii. nt 2
o'clock p.m.. at his residence, 1715 1 street
northwest, JOHN II. KOBEY.
Funeral, private, at 2 o'clock p.m. Thursday, Decomber
27. (Norfolk papers please copy.)
SEARS. On December ?5. .IOsKPII O.
SEARS. s<?n of the late Captain C. 1?. Sears of
the United States navy, in the forty-tifth y.'ar
of his age.
Funeral private. (Upper Marlboro. Md.. paper?
please copy.) 2
SIMI'SON. Suddenly, on December 24. 11*00, at
4:;?? a.m., at Iloadly. Ya . PHILIP A. SIMP
SON, in the seventy fifth year of liis aire.
Funeral from his son's residence, .YIO 7th street
southeast, Friday. December 2K. at y a.m.
Friends and relatives invited to attend. 2
STUTZ. On Tuesday. December 20. 1006. at 2
p.m.. KICKHKRICK STI'TZ. in the eighty
fourth rear of his age.
Funeral from Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church,
corner 13th and Corcoran streets northwest, at
2 p.m. on Friday. Decern l?er 2*. Relatives and
friends are cordially invited. Kindly omit
flowers. 2
STI'TZ. The members of the Association ??f the
Oldest Inhabitants, I>. C.. arc respectfully invited
to attend the funeral services of our late
associate. FREDERICK STI'TZ, at Grace Lutheran
Church, Friday, Decenil>er 2S. 190<i. at 2
p.m. ALLISON N* AI LOB, Jr
BENJ. W. RE I S3, Bee. Sec y. 2
In Memoriam.
JONES. In sad but loving remembrance of my
loving father. STEPHEN B. JONES, who departed
this life two years ago today, Decern l?er
20, 1JKH.
Loved in life, rememl>ered in death.
r?l lllrt IMI * > 11 I IMC JUMK.
KENEALY. In loving remembrance of our dear
daughter am! sister, ESTHER V. KENEALYr
who died one year ago today, December UtJ,
1905.
Dear loved one. con Id you speak to us.
And roil Id you live again.
Our aching hearts would then be healed.
But this we wish in vain.
Our hearts are sad and lonely.
Our grief too deep to tell:
| i But time will come when we will meet,
And all to you we'll tell.
MAMMA, PAPA AND BROTHER.
MORIUS. In sad but loving remembrance of my
devoted wife and our loving mother. MARTHA
MORRIS, who departed this life one year ago,
December 2i?, 1905.
Gone, hut not forgotten.
BY IIKR HUSBAND AND CHILDREN.
PATTERSON. In remembrance of mv devoted
mother. Mrs. HESTER J. PATTERSON. who
departed this life ten 3 ears ago today, December
20, lSi*C.
Gone, l)ut not forgotten.
BY HBB son. LOI l> H. RATI ERSON.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Telephone East 958
WM. S RILEY. Undertaker and Embalraer,
20f) 2d st. s.e.
Carriages Furnished for All Occasions.
del3-30t-4
R. F. HARVEY'S-SONST
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMED
132.1 HTH ST. N.W. Tt!ephon,> Korth S79.
J. WILLIAM I.EE Eunprnl Director
? 1 4 *_ ? 1 ? ?
U "ui I'OI HICI . ?W?CIJ 111 IVIIUCVIIUII. V-UIIIIIIJIIOTI
chapel and modem crematorium. Modest price*.
332 Pennsylvania :ne. n.w. Telephone call 13S1
Joseph F. Birch's Soms,
?n7A M St N \V Pallor fc>r l une-al*.
3?34 1X1 V V . 'Phone West 93.
J. T. CLBMKKTR.
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Ererythlng uecessnry for Funerals.
1241 32d st. n.w. Telephone West 901.
HARRY V. BOSSE,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMRB.
1520 N. Cap. ?t. Tbonr North 329S.
WM. H. SARDO <& CO.,
FtTNERAI. DIRECTORS AND EMHALMER*
?0S II st. n.e. Modern Chapel. 'Phone E. 524.
HINDLE & BAYLISS
UNDERTAKERS. 5TH AND II N.W.
Phone M. 537.
GEORGB P. ZI7RHORST
Undertaker ?m! Emhalmer.
Funeral Parlor*. 301 Eaat Capitol at.
Telephone East S72.
FRANK QEIER'S SONS,
1113 SEVENTH ST. N.W .
Modern Chapel. Teleplione cali North %29.
THOS. S. SERQBONT'
SUCCESSOR TO R. S. CAIN.
1011 7th at. n.w. Telephone Main 10M.
A.a Mm lU mm fW <? J a *
/^ugiusu-iuis iu>wm g?JUiTE w.,
200!> 7lb St. n.w. 'Phone Kortb 3908.
ETgrything flnt-cla?. Tfrmi imwubb
FTTMEEAL DESIGNS
Q EO.C. SH AFFE U,
FLORIST.
'Phone 2416 Main. 14th and Eye its. 3.w
MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES?
THOMAS HE ANY; ~
Marble and Granite Uanoiafota
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