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# $ ?Your Thanksgiving ?Table Will Be ?Most Attractive If .SMALL'S FLOWERS ?adorn it. The choicer varieties of all seasonable Howers are here in abun dance, and we're amply pre pared, as usual, to carry out anv scheme of table decora rions you may desire. Phone Main 158. CHRYSANTHEMUMS. ROSES & VfoLETS, RARE ORCHIDS. GARDENIAS, etc. Jo Ho Small & Sons Washington CORNER 15th & H Ft*. New York: Waldorf-Astoria X- 1153 Broadway We Renew Upholstered Furniture ?take out every particle of dust and dirt? clean off all the spots so they won't come out again. Our process freshens up the ' colors wonderfully, and unless the coverings 1 are very badly soiled we'll send them home looking almost brand new. We clean and dye carpets and rugs without ripping the seams and without im pairing the quality in the slightest. * ?'hone or aend postal nail we will call. A. F. Bornot Bro. Co. Freaeh Sc war era and Dyers. 1224 F Street N.W. nmiiniiiiuiniimiM??????mi:nt????iw??j?? t tt *s t 50c Presidential Chocolates ?Packed in One, Two, Three ?And Five Pound Boxes ?With pictures of all the Presidents. Lb. Orders for these Choice Chocolates for Thanksgiving delivery should be left early to insure propet care in packing. ?*r,Two-pound boxo or more SENT FREE by par cel post to any point in the United States. OGRAM'S, Cor. 13th and Pa. ave.. Washington, D. C :?mmn????mimwwm?m>immnnniinnniiinn?i?im?mimir CaliformiSai Fresh Fruits. \ liin. lh/r. ! Elite brand. Green Gages.25c $2.75 ! Elite brand, Egg Plums.25c S2.75 Elite brand. Sliced Apri cots 25c $2.75 Elite brand, Peeled Apri cots 25c S2.75 Elite brand, Sliced Lemon Cling Peaches 28c $3.00 Elite brand. Peeled Lem on Cling Peaches 28c S3.00 Elite brand, "Bartlett Pears 28c S3.00 Elite brand. White Cher ries 28c $3.00 John I. Magruder .Fine Groceries, Cigars and Wines Connecticut Ave. <& K St. "It Par* to Boy tfca CHAS. M. STIEFF, t Dtf?ct Brmncb Wararooais of 1008-1010 F St. N. W. SECOND-HAND PIANOS AT PUCE8. lacladinc wmm of oar ?take, aad ailcbtlv wd Player Piaaoa at km figure*. Tenia* Vy Pectuey Bipera. I. C. CONLirr, Manage*. "Tk? Twkey" ?will be "done to a turn" if roasted in one of these ELECTRIC OVENS. With cord attachment, $12.50 up. All other electric cooking appliances in stock. Cr-KLECTKIC RADIATORS. up. National Electrical 1XS-1330N. Y. Ave. hUppl\ VX>.?Pi,oneM C800. Ycck Gw A one carat Teck Ruby contains practically one carat of Real Ruby. Teck Rubies coat $12 a carat; natural Rubies $t 50. The only difference, $136 a carat Teda Pearls Tecla Rubies Teda Emeralds Tecla Sapphires are mounted in exdunve settings executed by oar Paris craftsmen, and with genuine diamonds oo)y. TECLA Sols Washington Agnfti Berry & WUbasre Csw F Street and 11th N.W. SNFMAi IO R? 7 OM ? And at BERLIN Vlt ROME NICE CARLl PkllaJalfkU, BatUa, St. Lmm, Si Lai* CRETEIL. (Mm) FRANCE To Subscribers: " Subscribers to The Star who are served by the route boys will confer a favor by promptly reporting to The Star office, either in person, by telephone or by mail, any negligence on the part of the route boys. Hotel Powhatan Washington's safest, new, fireproof, European Hotel, is located a block from the White House, and is an ideal home for official and social life. Penna. Ave., 18th and II St "The Science of Business Is the Science of Service : He profits most Who serves best." Hotel Powhatan offers everything in the way oi com plete comfort, and that home atmosphere so desirable, but so rarely found in hotels. Thanksgiving Dinnerde Luxe, $1,25 Rooms with Detached. Bath, $1.50-$2.00 Per Day and Up. Rooms with Private Bath, $2.50-^3.50 Per Day &nd Up. Apartments of two to seven rooms, with one or two baths. Special Weekly and -Monthly Rates. Restaurant a la carte; Club Breakfast, 5oe; Luncheon, tKic; Dinner de Luxe, $1.25. Music during1 Luncheon. Dinner and after the theater. Charting- Dish Supper after the theatei*. 75c. PHONE FOR RESERVATION OF TABLES?MAIN S207. LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, TEAS. SMALL BANQUETS. DINNER AND TEA DANCES. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. Manager. Useful Gifts ^For Xmas^ I JOMETHING for the home ? things use ful as well as beau tiful will be found in this store's stock of Lamps. Shades. Bronze Figures. Pitchers.. Ornaments, etc.?all new designs? all new finishes. Gas Portables. $2 to $25. Dealt and Table Electric Lamp6, 13.25 to $25. All Lamps sold complete, ready to light. iTMuth&Co. Sf418 7th s< III ill I ii i B f j| When your mind Is running over i | the increasing ^blessings do you ever h consider how much advertising has done for you? You are better housed, better clothcd, better fed, your children are better educated?and you are better In purse through advertising. Advertising ? had driven out?or Is driving out?the fakes and frauds. It Is turning on tlie light In dark ; places. ji It is standardizing products and es tablishing their true worth. It is opening new world markets. But, better than all, through live dally newspapers like The Star it Is bringing the world to your very doorstep. Advertising is an important factor in the world's work, that so Inti mately and so Inevitably affects your prosperity, your health and your life. Its vital and widespread beneficence Is a cause, Indeed, for Thanksgiving. f Note new address, 1215 G, ~Y] north side. Reafiy-to-Wear $(0)(|.50j Tailored Suits -j Suits made from the season's newest fabrics on the latest style lines. Tailored with the greatest care in my own workrooms. $45 values for 129.50. Suits tailored to order?$65 value# for $33. Paul Leibel, Inc. Ladies' Tailor, 1215 G St. ^ Phone M. 4841. No Tiresome Tf}=dhs 1 YOUR SUIT or KRESS Will fit you like it was molded to your figure if made over one of our New Model DRESS $3.50 FORMS Complete line of all Dress Forms at reasonable prices. * Oppenheimer's, Cor. 8th & E Sts. N.W. Woman's Crowning Qlory is her lialr. If Gray or HIesclied It can be re stored to Hm naturul color without injury to health or si alp by the Imperial Hair Regenerator. THE STANDARD IIAIU COLORING. It is ab solutely harmless. Any shade produced. Colors are durable and natural. When applied cannot IK- detected and is unaffected by batus. Sample of your hair colored free. Imperial Chemical Mf*. Co., 1S5 W. IK'.rd St. X. Y. .Sold and applied by M. C. Whelan. ANTI-TAMMANY PLAN IN NEW YORK CITY First Fifty Members of Committee of 250 Named to Reorganize Party?January Meeting. NEW YORK, November 2D.?The first fifty members of the committee of 250 to reorganize the democratic parti* in New York city in opposition to.Tammany Hail have been named by the nominating board of eleven which was appointed November 6 by the Anti-Tammany Jeffersonian Al liance. Tentative plans for selecting the remaining 200 members were made by asking the original committee of forty-six to forward the names of prominent demo crats for consideration. Democrats active in the new organiza tion, which cast 25,000 votes for the fu sion ticket at the recent city election, said today that a< the first meeting of the committee of 25o. which It is hoped to hold early In January, a platform will be udopted to include among other state ments of principles the demand ? for a short ballot and the Massachusetts bal lot. and a revision of the direct primaries law. The platform also will declare for a simplification of the election law aud greater freedom In the making of inde pendent nominations. Deaths Reported. The following deaths were reported to the health office during the past twenty four hours T~ * . Govern nient HLspital for the Insane. Victor Morris 24 years, o_2 Massachu Set... ..IvIIU. . _ - V\ iiliam Slocum, .nj years, JWi j?'iurioa avenue northwest. John R. Iglehart, 01 years, UJ5 6th street northwest. Samuel Weissert, 74 years, Government Hospital for the Insane. Charles V. Trott, 50 years, Government Hospital for the "Insane. John H. Brahler, 54 years, 708 G street northeast. Margaret K. Holland. 4:5 years, the Lin coln apartments, southeast. Henry Jones, 50 years, Garfield Hospi tal. Amanda Morton, 35 years, Garfield Hos pital. John Rose, 44 years, 1015 13th street northwest. Randolph Bricc, 24 years, Chesapeake and Ohio canal. Catherine A. Robinson, 53 years, 50% Pierce street northwest. t Eliza Bolden, 30 years, 334* 15th street southeast. George Hines, 30 years, 345 Van street southwest. Lizzie Doleman, 29 years, 1243 Linden street northeast. Walter Campbell, 17 years, 017 Navy court southeast. Births Reported. The following births were reported to the health office during the past twenty four hours: John J. and Elsie S. Barnes, girl. Rufus T. and Anna B. Davis, boy. John J. and Maude 10. Draley, girl. Charles K. and Edna Gibson, girl. McCarthy and Klizaboth Hanger, boy. Robert C. and Ethel V. Kidwell. girl. Eugene and Martha M. Meads, boy. Edgar F. and Lillian F. Nelson, girl. Thomas and Bessie Rodds, boy. " Charles H. and Dorothy Shaffer, boy. Benjamin and Fannie Shapiro, girl. Thomas B. and Elsie B. Shoemaker, girl. Morris E. and Mary C. Marlow, girl. John O. and Rose Merwin, boy. Gioacchino and Filomena Garofalo, girl. Antonio aud Zina Borzi, girl. John F. and Helen E. Ballinger, girl. Morris and Sarah Wilson, boy. Charley and Alborta Douglas, girl. Richard E. and little C. Greenfield, girl. Jacob and Mary Sea, boy. William D. and Anita M. Jamesou, boy. GBAND JURY BEGINS INQUIRY, Investigation of Alleged Frauds on Creek Indian Minors. The announced policy of Secretary Lane in dealing with those who seek to defraud Indian minors of Oklahoma of their wealth is being put" info effect. This is evidenced by a telegram received today by the Secretary from M. L. Mott. at torney for the Creek nation. It follows: "Began presenting evidence to grand jury this morning on indictments in mat ters affecting management of Creek minors* estates. Grand Jury Just re turned true bills against two prominent business men for embezzlemeht, one prominent attorney for embezzlement, an other prominent attorney for obtaining money under false pAlenses. also against guardians In other wises." CARDS ANNOUNCING WHITE HOUSE WEDDING ARE OUT. Hiss Edine Frances Tisdel to Marry French Officer?Teas. Personals. Cards announcing the White House j wedding were sent out yesterday and j were brought to Washington homes this 1 morning by mail. The announcement' reads as follows: The President and Mrs. Wilson have the pleasure of announcing the marriage of their daughte* Jessie Woodrow to Mr. Francis Bowes Say re on Tuesday, November the twenty-fifth | nineteen hundred and thirteen Washington, D. C. The text is engraved on a double-fold- ' ed sheet, a size smaller than that used 1 in the weduing invitation. The national i coat of arms is embossed at the top and I the words "The White House" aj>pear on j the envelope. Mrs. Willard Parker Tisdel announces ! the engagement of her daughter, Edlne Frances, and Capt. Octave Edouard Mous sot of Nevtsre, France. Capt. Moussot is attached to the Artillery Corps of the French army. The wedding will be a home event of the afternoon of Decem ber. 17, and will be followed by a recep tion. Mrs. George H. Cooper and. Miss Rena Cooper left today for Richmond to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. John Cooper, who 13 111 in a hospital th^je. Brig. Gey. Henry G. Sharpe. U. S. A., will go to New York today to join Mrs. Sharpe. They will be the guests of Mrs. Ira Davenport over Thanksgiving. The Secretary^ot" the Interior and Mrs. Lane entertained at dinner last night in compliment to the former Attorney Gen eral and Mrs-George W. Wickersham. The French ambassador and Mme. Jusserand, the Secretary of Agriculture and Mrs. Da vid Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Glover were the other guests. Mi-, and Mi s. Charles Henry Butler were hosts at a dinner last night, followed by a large reception, in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Grenfell, who are their house guests. The guests at the dinner included Maj. Gen. and Mrs.- Young, Mr. and Mrs. Ben jamin S. Butler. Mrs. Dimock, Mr. Ed ward Howe, Miss Hegeman and Mr. Thomas Ewing. A representative gather ing of Washington society c^ime in later to the reception. the company including many old friends of the honor guests. Mrs. Charles Perry Miller wik entertain at a tea this afternoon for Mrs. *'aul Hen derson. Assisting will be Mi's. Reed Smoot, Mrs. August F. Fechteler and Mrs. Alexander G. Bent ey. At the marriage yesterday in New York of Miss Edith Logan, second daughter of the late Maj. John A. Logan, jr., and Mr. Dewees VV. Dilworth of New York city, the bride entered St. John's Church with her brother, John A. Logan, 3d, and wore white satin draped with old Honiton lace, the bodice and veil being of the same lace. The gown was llnished with a long court train, which was covered with lace held by clusters of orange blossoms. A bouquet of lilies of the valley and palest mauve orchids was carried. Her jewels consisted of a narrftw collar of diamonds and a pendant of the same gems. Mme. Henri de Sincay, sister of the bride, who I had come from Paris for the wedding, was her matron of honor. She wore a gown of palest rose-colored satin and a tunic of dark brown net, her hat of pink satin being covered with brown tulle and bound with velvet of the same shade. The bridesmaids were Misses Vouletti Proctor, Mercedes de Acosta, Audrey Os- I born and Eleanor Lanison. Tliey wore ] gowns of palest pink satin, with bodices of cream-colored lace, and scarfs of brown tulle draped with shawl efTect. Over the gowns were worn tunics in min aret effect of gold lace bordered with brown fur. Their hats were of pink satin covered with brown tulle, and they car ried brown velvet and tulle muffs. After the ceremony there was a large reception, at the homo of the bride's mot.her, J i West With street. After the reception Ms=r* and Mrs. Dilworth left for a southern trip. On their return they will be for a while with Mrs. Logan, and later they will take a place on Long island. The marriage of Miss Marion Rutgers Livingston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Livingston, and Mr. William Ludwig Larson of South Dakota took ; vlace this morning at 11 o'clock at the i apartment of the bride's parents, at i the Portner, Rev. Thomas T. Walsh of ! St. Paul's Catholic Church officiating. ! The bride wore a gown of whit^ brocaded charmeuse and a tulle veil and i orange blossoms. Her bouquet was of | white roses. Only a family party attended the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Larson left this afternoon for their honeymoon travels. They will live at Aberdeen, S. D. Cards have been issued announcing the. marriage of Miss Lizabeth Vir ginia Mockbee and Mr. Philip Marshall MeKIm Tuesday, November 25, at '2 p.m., the Rev. Charles T. Warner officiating. Mr. and Mrs. McKim will be at home to their friends after January 1. 1&14, at 3408 Brown street northwest. Mr. and Airs. Arthur Granville Dunn, who are celebrating their twentieth wed dlug anniversary by a reception tonight, will be assisted by Mrs. Horace K. Yerby, Mrs. W. C. Mills. Mrs. Nannie R. street, Mrs. Owen Kenny, Mrs. Tunis Hicks, Miss Bessie Colling of Fort Thomas, Ky.. and Miss Laura French. Other assistants will include Miss Tlieodosia Goldsmith, Miss Margaret Crittenden, M'ss Blanche Edmonston, Miss Janet McKerchcr, Miss Mayme Flaherty, M'.bb Rachel Flaherty and Miss Etta Nichols of Baltimore; Miss Bertha Clements and the daughter and son of the couple. Miss HasselUne Dunn and Mr. Charles Arthur Dunn. Mrs. Millan ind Miss Virginia Millan, who have as their guest Miss Jack of KUtaning. Pa., arc giving a tea today in her honor. Miss Jack and Mr. Earl Mc Clintock of Pittsburgh are shorLy to be married and will make their home in this city. Miss Glenda Millan and Miss Eliza beth Crenshaw will assist at the tea. Miss Iris Hawley will entertain at a small informal te* today for Miss Nell Fietcher. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Newman of Des Moines are expected today, to be the guests of their son and daughter-in-law. District Commissioner and Mrs. Oliver P. Newman. Representative and Mrs. Kinkead en tertained the Governor-elect of New Jer sev and Mrs. Fielder, who were here for the White House wedding, at dinner and a box party at the theater iast night. The French ambassador and Mme. Jus serand entertained at luncheon today As sistant Secretary Breckinridge, Miss Breckinridge, the Russian military at tache, Col. Golejevski; Maj. Blanton Win ship, Maj. Selines ?f the jury at the re cent horse show, and three French offi cers who took part, Lieut. Baron E. Neston of the 1st Cuirassiers, Lieut, de Larssardieres of the Nth Dragoons and Lieut. Marquis Orgelx of the Oth Hus sars; Mr. de Perettl de la Roeca, Com mander Benoist d Azv, Mr. and Mme. de Laboulaye and Mr. de Sartiges. The Secretary of War and Mrs. Gar rison will go to Philadelphia today to be the guests over Thanksgiving of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Morton. The latter Is Mrs. Garrison's sister. Secretary and Mrs. Redfield will j spend Thanksgiving in New York city. | Miss Helen Taft Is expected here to day to be tho guest for Thanksgiving of Mrs. Lloyd W. Bowers and Miss Bowers. Mrs. Richard S. Hill and the Misses Hill have closed their Maryland coun try residence and are here for the winter at their home, 1827 S street. Miss Florence M. Brown, general sec retary of the Youne Women's Christian Association, will leave this evening to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Wells ut their home in Philadelphia. Miss Brown was a guest at the White House wedding. Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin Webster of Belair, Md., the former a classmate and roommate of the President, attended the White House wedding. Mrs. Webster's gown was purple vel vet trimmed with sable fur and Irish lace. After the wedding ceremonies Mr. and Mrs. Webster joined other "members of the President's Princeton class at a din ner at the Wlllard They are stopping with their cousin, Mr.. Harry C. McLean, at 1373 Irving street. Miss Dora Xolan and Mr. John X. rviley of Youngstown. Ohio, were married yes terday in St. Joseph's Church. Break fast followed at the bride's home, after which Mr. and Mrs. Kiley left for Youngstown, Ohio, to visit relatives of the bridegroom. They will return in about a week to live here. Miss Ruth Pettit of this city and Mr. Raymond JU McVean of Youngstown, Ohio. sto<*I up with the couple at the wedding. Former Representative and Mrs. H. C. Woodyard of Spencer. W. Va.. ar?- at the New WiUard. Capt. and Mrs. IT. !?". Dultor. are In New York for th ? Thanksgiving holidays and will attend the Army-Navy game, re turning here Sunday. Miss Dorothy Hoi brook its entertaining at a bridge tea this afternoon for Miss Elizabeth Munford, who Is a guest of Miss Dorothy Taylor. ? Maj. and Mrs. Walter Gordon, with their daughter. Miss Ellen Gordon, will go this week to visit relatives at Dougan Hills, Staten Island, and attend the Army and Navy Kanie Saturday in New York. Miss Etta Goldsborough and Miss Mary Campbell Goldsborough, daughters of Dr Bi^ce tVoidst'<yougli of Cambridge, Md . and nieces ?>f the governor of that state, are suests of Mrs. B. B. Wilson. 1755 Euclid st. ? WILL OCCUPY PULPIT. Unique Distinction for a Washington Mation. Mrs. Abram Simon, wile of Rabbi Simon, will occupy the pulpit of Temple Israel in Boston, Mass., next Sunday evening, and will make an address on "The Call of the Sister." This dis tinction comes to iiur because of her plan of uniting the numerous ladies' auxiliary societies associated with the re "IIIS. ABRAM SIMON. formed Jewish temples. The National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods .was formed last January, and Mrs. Simon was* elected the first president. After ten months' existence the membership approaches close to "-D.OuC* women. A luncheon will be given In Boston next Monday to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Boston Sisterhood, at which Mrs. Simon will lie the guest of honor and will make an address on the story of one year. On her way back to this city Mrs. Simon will stop at Springfield. Mass., in the interests of the federation. Marriage Licenses. ? Marriage licenses have been issued to the following: William Nelson Page of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Bessie Belle Taylor of Phila delphia. Pa. George R. Junghaus and Elizabeth G. Bu rnhart. John Holmes, jr., and Ida C. Bowman. William E. Toomey and Catherine ?. Connors. Robert J. Carter and Pauline E. Roberts. Anton It. Simmel of Baltimore. Md., and Katherine M. Baeir of this city. Arthur M. Rentio and Elsie E. Luckett. Daniel M. Greene and Jennie M. Car men. Ei nest H. Ralm of Woodlawn. Md., and Ada E. Adams of Baltimore. Md. George C. Biggers and Ethel Win slow. Joseph S. Whitmore and Louise G. Houpt, both of Leesburg, Ya. Herman Jamerson and Lettie Barnes, both of St. Marys county. Md. John T. Scott and Minnie B. McGee. Elwood Campbell and Lillian B. Stin nett. both of Amherst county, Va. Edward E. Kelley and Florence M. Ed wards. Olin R. Pugh and Hazel L. Reid, both of Richmond, Y'a. Michael Kenny and Delia Purcell. George C. I>cwis and Louise A. Trlplett, both of Alexandria, Va. Joseph W. Cotter, jr., and Marcia Hor nier. Frank Twyman of this city and Sarah B. Read of Orange, Va. Henry Rogers and Mary Galloway, both of Baltimore, Md. William A. Adams and Graee L. Ford. Harry F. Brodbeck of Arundel Cove, Md,, and Esther D. Shed of this city. William E. Hale and Lucy J. Wright, both of Richmond, Va. Henry Samuel and Sarah Dorsey. James D. Co use and Bessie Brown, both of Elkwood. Va. Howard A. Drake and Mary B. Bowles, both of Richmond, Va. Leonard A. Thomason ami Mary L Northington, both of South llill, Va, James D. Jones and Ruth M. Ander son. both of South JIi 11. Va. Bernard F. Jones and Clara B. Pully, both of South Hill, Va. M. t'lric McCiintock and Mertie V. Holloway, both of Richmond, Va. Charles R. Butler, jr., and Mary A. Temple, both of Petersburg, Va. Daniel J. Carr of Kensington, Md., and Mary B. MeCollan of this city. Maurice A. Collins and Oley Irene Lynch. ? Harry L. Lyles and Mattie H.' Gar ,eughty. Samuel E. Wedge and Pauline R. Lee. Harrison II. Agner and Flora E. Webb, both of Warm Springs, Va. William B. Dyson and Mary P. Miller. Walter J. Birkenhead of this city and Marv.C. Merrick of Baltimore. Md. Arthur Robinson and Lilly Payne. James T. Merritt and Estella Cornish. John H. Anderson and Daisy R. Harris. Bailey Stays in U. S. Employ. J. W. Bailey, custodian of the federal building at Raleigh, N. C., who offered his resignation several days ago when he found the civil service regulations inter fered with his authority to "hire and fire" men under him. has had a talk with Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Newton and has decided to stay in the service. Rev. Alfred E. Race of Laurel. Del., has rccepted a call to Christ Protestant Episcwal Church. Cambridge, Md., and preacfed there Sundav morning and evening. DR. B. W. POND RETIRES AT END OF FORTY YEARS Resigns Position in Patent Of fice Because of His Fail ing Health. Receives Complimentary Letter From President Wilson?Former Clergy man and Native of Maine. dk. u. w. I O.M), After forty years of servtc< in the ex amining corps of the ljatt-nt otiioe. Dr. B. W. Pond today handed hit; resignation to Commissioner Ewing. lu point of service Dr. Pond wan exceeded only by a few em ployes of the office, and President W ilson, upon learning of the intention of Dr. Pond to retire, sent him a personal letter expressing appreciation of l?is long a:id valuable service and stating further that Dr. Pond's career in the patent office il lustrates the aumirable working of the civil service system. "I learn that you have tendered jour resignation as a member of the examining corps of the patent office, on which you have served for more than forty years," said President Wilson's letter to the ex aminer. Expresses His Appreciation. "ft is a pleasure*to me to express luy appreciation of your long and valuable service and of the high sense of public duty which leads you now to retire. "Your resignation recalls the very in* teresting fact that admission to the ex amining force of the patent office ha* been controlled by civil service examina tion for more than the period of your service. Your own career illustrates the admirable working of this system. "I hope you will derive pleasure and comfort from the good wishes of your associates which will, follow you into your retirement." HI Health Reason for Retirement. Dr. Pond retired on account of his fail ing health, and his resignation Is to take effect December 1. He is in charge of one of the important divisions of the of fice?that which has looked after prac tically all of the inventions and discov eries of late years afTecting civil engi neering problems in general and problems in bridge building, hydraulic engineering and excavation in particular. Bowdoin College uraduate. The retiring officiai is ft native of Maine, and a graduate of Bowdoin Col lege, which he entered in the same year in which the late Chief Justice Fuller ? graduated. For a number of years Dr. Pond was a Congregational minister, serv i ing in Vermont. Massachusetts anu Maine. His health failed, however, and he came to Wasnington, where he met Commissioner feillis Speer of the patent oma-, with whom he Had become ac quainted while at college. At tne in stance of Commissioner opeer Dr. Pond tool: the civil service examination tor examiner in the parent ooiee. Out of thirty-three who took the examination i.?r. fond was among only four who passed. He entered the office as a third assist ant examiner, ana four years laiei, au gust 7. 1?77, was made primary exanuner oi the division over which he nan cnarge for tnirty-six years. Other Veterans in Office. Others of the veteran staff who entered the office about the same time as Dr. Pond are Primary Examiner A. cieorge vMikinson, who enteted July 1, john i. Brown, who entered in l?u?; Kx anuners L>r. John J. Daioy, who entered the office in 1&7."?; M. K. tfuiiivan, and Assistant ?.xaiiniurs James i. .Abeii, Ioniiii oninuei B. Kodiir, JiWt; tt .liiam J . tt utchinaon, 15>di, Darnel B. oai?aUn, iSu, and L.e*is B. Wynne, Ja.uics M. t uwlei, docket Cieik, has Oeeu .n lae ot nee since August ?, iahk; ms assistant eierK, Jonn T. Johnson, suice iftio, aud A.exanuier ocoti, cuiei ot tne uiaiun^ division, since lciO. MOTHEH li x Hi ix. HE IS j&EED. Martin iloian Uets Leetdie xioin Court on i)nn& Evii. Beeauso his mother is dying, Martin Moran, who was recently sentenced to uccoouan on a chai'ge oi drunkenness, was today released oy Judge Aiuliowny. Atoran was taken into the Police Court and was given u lecture by tne court on drunkenness. "it is a suamc that a man like you should have to be sent to the work house," said the court. "You ought to be i>iaceu in an nifcbi late asylum, ana in the course of several years you could come out ami be aide to mane a man of yourseli. it is too bad that you can not let whisky alone." A he court .mpiessed upon Moran that the only reason he was releasing him was in order that he could home to see his mother. He was told tnat the dying mother had requested the court to release him that she might see him before she died. CASE IS POSTPONED. Absence of Principal Witness De fen Liqnor Seller's Hearing. Because the principal witness is alleged to have left the jurisdiction of the court, the trial of the case of Edward Mannix, a saloonkeeper at M street northwest, who is charged with having sold liquor to a minor, was today postponed in the Po lice Court. Mr. Mannix is charged with having sold liquor to Maekell Payne, who is said to be but nineteen years old. A brother of Payne told Judge Mullowny that he had not seen him since last Saturday morn ing and that he had been told he had gone to Ohio to accept a position. He told the court he would bring his brother to Wash ington and the case was postponed until December 10. Attorney Deon Tobrlner appeared for Mr. Mannix. I Colds Cauae Headache aad Grip LAXATIVE BROMO Q CI NINE tablets ream cause. Th' rc U only On<- "BKOMO QUININE." It feas signature of K. W. GKOVK <>n box. 28c MARRIED. FLCMMINO?'*ii Tueadav, Noven ber 25. IIH*. hi f '.e < imrch of St. Mt<-ho-I and All Angels, by the rector. Hot f Murphy. Miss HF.I.EN K DINSMoRE and Mr. CHARLES G. KUMMINfi. botb of Washington. 1?. C. ? DIED. KiUBIftK. Entered into eternal rut oa Mon day. .Sownibfr ::4. 1*13, a; hi* reaMencu. ?l G street nrrtlieast. Jdliv fl.. beloved fcusbaud of Anna Elizabeth Briihler. . Funeral from tit* inte residence, 7?>4 G stree' northeast, on Thursday. November 27,. st 9 a^rti.. aed thence to St. Mart'* (hurra. Friends and relat 'ves arc invited'to attend .'""'t. ' ?>' . on Not*Blwr .'4. 1ftl3, JOHN III KI'. husbatwl of Annl< \vr. liarofc Dorian and son of tbe late i h?mas H aud Annie S. Ikiriau. ? F1XUCT. On Tufwii'V. S<>t?nih<T 25 vtis st . B Mr~'' w,tUAM Funeral will !-? held from St. John's Ch irrh on fTiday. Xowiatw :?*. at 11 i m. luicnw-u: la Oak Hill cemetery. j-* (iAIiLiOllKlt. Suddenly, oil Nmfaiht'r 10121 in- her home. Mrs EVANGBUNE GA1.1 l.AGHKR. wife of Km. t . \v. Gallant.* president of Mar> laud College. Lutbcrville. Md. (Funeral service* from ?;or.ion t ImmI on Wetine*. day at 2 p.m. lutvui.-iu In l>rui?l Bldge ceuietcry. ? UoKMAN. At oer l.oiue, 2U> We*- Nor'U ,.>e t'UC. Alieg.ieuy ?_ It\. Pa.. . November . IH1.?. JANh I., ?J? 'KM A N. Sh>> ; < s irv ieit !?* t*ti daughter*. M. I av.d L?tli>a <la<tc ti.iHumi: a kmnduauguter, Ai.ee Ti d!? (?tta. and two slsiejs, Mr?. H. A. Gilmore aud Miss Lu.-luda little of Sewickley, Pa. ? I rft NTER. ?ia WiXlBtwllijr, ,\'<lteuh<':' 2?>. H?'S at I o'clock. at hi* resides -e. j:u? \\a; ,a i Kiiacc, UAliU\ r. 111 NTEK, il**vatw! ton '.wild of l'>ina Fisher Hunter aud falser or Sudle Hunter Andrews. | Notice of funeral later. ? ! IIL'TTOX. Oil SaturSay. November ?2. "al3 GEORGE W. IllTXON. Sr.. ..ged u'.netv years. I Funeral services at Kbei,e/.er CUurcii 1 p.m | Thursday. November -7. Interment WooJ iaw a cemetery. ! JEFFFRS. On Wednesday November 2<J, Jtii:! ji( brio a.m.. et the residence of her daue< fer. Mrs. Edward It. yd 217 Mb street #ort; east. LYDIA A. JEFFKRS, uidow of tin- In: William J. JefT.Ts ?l:i! <llH!!Tht?T of Can! W Ilinui Mills of Alexandria. Va. Notice of funeral hi n-afler. f . LANHRAKi:. On Tuesday, Koremlier U<1" at li>?r rt'aidenee. ;;^*s Kim sirtvc nortii?e>. SARAH A. KAN'DRAKK. nldov* of William ! II. l.at.d;ak.v Notice ?if funeral lureafter. I.AW'I;|;N'< y.. t?ii Novemb.r 14. it?i::. at I.?* vn gelen. ? ?i.. ( APT. HF.NRV < L.AWRENCt. In luted husband of Maud*' Kair I^MWTerro. | LiJK'H. On Monday. Novemlier -4. Hi;, C'.liu a.m.. at her residence. 1S',2 North Ca! Stoi str.-et (St. Frariel* apnrtment). MAI:1 ? LYNCII, da neuter of tlie !at<- 'I'Uomas a IU17 ItlWIlCf. Kuuer.-.l from her la;, t. xidet.ee on Thui^da Nov-iul*-r ?*1. hf la o'clticb ii.ni.) t'uen?*e t** St. Aloysius fl.urcU, where r< <|Ulem uwm wil la* oflfered for I !;.? "ejHi^e of Pit soul. I':1 ent ^ aud relatives iaTlted to attend. NE1 jSON. On Tuesday. Nuremlier 'Si. 1!<1G. at 5 a.m.. at lhe r.-sij.-n.-e of bii? motU-r. Mrs Nellie Nelson. 7tli street smtlmeit WHXIAM J. MCr.>OX. Funeral from the residence of his ntotbiT FT day. November at 11 a.m. Intcrmeut ai Arilngtou. I SAL1NKAR. la New Vork city, November J,*. 1813, l.liON Alll? BfciiN A K1son of Mary and John Saliueur ?if Key W'esl. M*!. brother of Royal Saiiaear. ?MALLT\ t? ?D. I>e:Kirted this life Tu'Nii1 , No vember 2T., 1M13. at p.m., WHXIAM T SMAL1.W ?X)I>. lK*loveU son of Mra. i;liu Smallwooti and Uroti?er of George ?'. Rrowa ami Sarali Gaither, ajjert forty-four year* The reoiaiiiK at Wise's undertaker's parlor ifth and M streets northwest. Fuaeral at p.m. Friday. November "JS. at Forest Glenn. i.7 8IRL0FIH. Oti Tnesdav, November 1U1". at 'i>e residence of liis parents, yiu tjtii st:-eei ?K<rt'ueast. 1'HAia.KH, Infaut sou of Jamca aad I.illiau Sirloin.-. Fuaerul Thur6da>, 0:iXJ a.m. lutermcnt private.* ,8)11T1[. On Wedai sday, November 'M. IttlS. ? ? a.m.. ALICE MAY SMITH niee Jihip, be loved wife of Edgar A. Smith, in the twenty seventh year of her u*c. Fuueral from the residence of ber parents, MM C street northeast. Friday. No*eiulw?r IIS, at 3 p.m. .Interment Couer<**sionc.l cenielery. Friend* aDd relatives invited, 27* ? WATJCER. On M'Wtln.v. November 24, 11H3, 4 7 a.m., at her r<?st.dea<>^. 2121 t'bester alreet. I01XEN WALJvER, Im loved daushter of tl.e lat?- Patrick and Mary Jan.' Artlnir and iKrloved wife of < barles Walker, slater of Aanio E. Fountain and Hattte Blackwell. l-^in^ral Tbaraday, November 27. from Firs. Baptist C'hurcii, Dumbarton a\euue and 27t'a street. WARREN. On Tn'>sday. November itr*. 1913. at - o'clock. JOSEPH WARREN. l>elov.xl bus tend of Ellen Warren and father of Artbur Warren, entered Into re-t after a lonu i" 51 ess. He leaves to mourn bin low a devoteo wife, one Win. caw sister, one grandson und a host of relatives and friends-.. Funeral Thursday, November 27, a* fro? Moant Jearell Baptist t:turch. Vii and K streets scutbeast. IU v. R. V. Payten. pastor. Relatives and friends iuv'led lo atteud. * W ESTfXJTT. On Tuesdaj. November 20. IftlJ at <? a.m.. at hln residence. Vleaim, Va., Rev. JAMES STOTT WKSTCOTT. Funeral Friday morning, November 2$, at 11 o'cloek, from li!s late rejjidenoe. 2V* In Memoriam. BROWN. lr memory of my dear brother ACKERS BROWN, who died tUree \. y - ago today. November 27. 1!)1<?. You shall uerer lx- forgotten as lon^ as Vr snail laict. ? BY HIS SISTER, MARTHA BROWN BOMiFm. In sad r*-n?i inbranee ?.f niy lMi-huid. ILIjIAM Rol^jKR, who died tii'fo \< ar> ago toclaj, November 20. 19IO. * . BY 11IS WIFE MARIA. CLEVELAND. In loving remembrance of our dear boy. MEI.\ IN LEONARD < I.F.VELAND, who left us November 4M. P.aV. We'll know why clouds instead of sun Wen- over many a ein-rinh.-il plan: V'hv auap has <-easeii wh'ii s<iir,... begun; lis there sometime We'll lltlderstan-i ? FATHER, MOTHER AND GRANDM A. HARDESTY. In sad h it loving reniei ib xiee of our d?-ar niotleT, FRANCES I,. MAMOX HARDESTY. who departed this life !i ue years ago today, NovcuUe-r 2?i, i'.ajl. "I>OTed la life, reuieintK-red in dea!lt " '* BY IIER CHILDREN. HOLMES. I11 sad rvHienibrnnce of our dear daughter and sister. GRACE A. IIOI.MES who left us two years ago today. Noveuil* r 26, 1U11. I never will forget the night As I stood beside her bed. And some ope wli sitered soft to nie. And a>aid, "Dear Grace is dead." * BY THE FAMILY. KIRBY. In loving memory of niy dear utotlier. VIRGINIA KIRBY, who died ten years airo today. November 2<i. ISO.'!. ? BY HER DAUGHTER. MRS. J. E.? Fl'EGEL. McINTlKE. in loving remembrance of a dear husband and father. EDWIN A. MefNTlRF. who passed away six years ago, November 2ii, 1 <17. BY HIS WIFE, LETIT!A F. McINTIRK. AND t HILDREN. El,WOOD W. McINTlKE \ND MRS. L LLiE F. MelMTRE MILLS. ? . - LitAL DIRECTORS.. 1^. *.ijir<f$orst, 301 E. CAP. ST. ; F ?tiWUliH 1?'.7 CH \S S. TRHOR-'T Mf?. Va- . . .<EV FUNERAL DIRECTOR .' ?? KAldALME^ 941D F St ret ,^.W. WASHINGTON. D. C. Phones Main Frank A. Speare. Mgr. K. YVK1GH i CO., ? *Z7 u.iii St. N.W. Phone X. 47. j. IGL'AM LEE i uueral Director and Em'jaitiier. Livery in connection. Outume dlona chapvi aud modem crematorium. Mode>( prtees. P^ ave. n.w. T<-!?-i?h..ne ca 1 iws, Vy'M. ri. & CO., Ft NCKAL DIRECTOitS AND EMBAI.MKR.4. II St. r.- >'c<dern linr^-i. Phone Linen tt(, EMablished ISjO. ~~ JOSEPH GAVVLERS SO.\a 1730-32 Peiuuiylvaiiia ? venae northwest. Cbapel. 1 bones?Main .mII JSII Josepira F. Barch s ^onsT" 3GM ^ Si. N.W. I>. J. id^EADV CO. Livery. JOHN T. UAHNER. Mgr. Cteaei. 14"T f?th st. Ph me N. S7ST. FRa;NK Q fcl E ?i*S "aONST 1513 SEVENTH ST. N.W. Modern ct.?ue:. Telephone call. North SSV. -* W X > Appropriate ihfiorau 'u orceins Artici ic?express! ve?luexpeaklve. Prompt auto delivery acrvkw. Glide iiiros. Co., 1^14 F St. Phones Main 427S-4Z78. ii. SMALL & SONS, Ftorist^ Comer 15th and H sts.. WASHINGTON. Waldorf-Astoria and 1103 Broadway. New v?;L flowers far Funerals a Specialty. Funeral Designs. Funeral Desixua. GEO. C. SHAFFER. Beautiful floral designs very reasonable in uriu* Phone "J416 Main. 14tk sa<V 1 st?. a w.