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THE MORNING TIMES, WEpJNESPAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1895.
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where we often come
in, as the man
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likes to close them
out to Retail Houses
who have been good
customers of theirs.
It's the old saying
proven: "One good
turn deserves an
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to our firm for OJVE-
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it was, we really only I
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at 50c and is worth SI.25.
The larger ones In the
same proportion. Among
them will bo found a very
few Exposition patterps
with high colors, most
perfect designs of which
less than 1O0 have been
imported to this country.
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worth $1.50, to-day,
-Best value ever sold.
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Co.,
8th and Market Spaco:
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470 4a l't-uiisyU.'um uwtiue north
went, near Cth street. Business men's
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MMIMMMMMIMM
WILLBE DUCHESSTO-DiY
Everything is Ready for the
Marlborough Wedding.
SIGNED THE SEITLEMENTS
My tlio Terms MInh Yiindertillt's
Dowry In 5,000,000 Fifteen Hun
dred iiietH lluto Meen Hidden to
St. Tlioiilun' Church Unique
Features o the Weddlni.
New Stork, Nov. 5. William K. Vnndcr
bill, his daugbter. Miss Consuclo Vnndcrbllt,
and tbe Duke or Marlborough, met at tbe
homeorMrs. Vauderbllt, at 21 EastSevcnty
second street this morning, and signed the
papers nirectlng the marriage settlements.
Mrs. Vauderbllt was not present. Mr.
Vauderbllt drove t" the bouse witb Ms
lawyer, J. Henry Anderson. A rewmiiiutcs
later tbe duke, arrived wltb bis solicitor,
Milward Ilartling. An hour was spent in
going over tbe terms and nually tbe papers
were signed by iliss Vanderbht, ber latber,
and her prospective husuand. It wassubsc
iiucntly learned on good authority that by
tbe terms ot the settlement Miss Yanderbitt
gets a dowry or $5,000,000.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay tnis evening entertained
the duke and bis prospictlve bride n t dinner.
Miss Uoiisuc.ii X anderbilt will become Ihe
-uchessot Marlborough at noon to-inirrow.
Tbe marriage wilt be celebrated in St.
.Thomas' Cburtii Jn tbe presence, or 1,500
invited guests. Tbe wedding will, without
doubt, surpass In elaboration ot details any
previous wedding ever solemnized in this
city.
HANDLING TIIK CROWDS.
Tbe high rank In England or the young
bridegroom and the great wealth o the
brides family, have caused their nuptials
to attract a vast deal of attention. It Is
consequently expected Uiat a great crowd
of curious persons 'will be attracted to the
scene of the ceremony, and every possible
precaution has been taken to prevent any
disorder, such as marked the wedding of
tbe Harlot Craven and Miss Bradley-Martin.
A large force of police -will be on band to
keep riftli avenue and the adjoining streets
clear, and to bold the crowd back from
the church entrances. No person will be
allowed in tbe church except tbose who
nae tickets.
The doors will be opened at 10 o'clock.
At that time a concert of vocal and In
strumental music will begin under Uie
conduct of George William Warren.
MAIDS AND USHEKS.
Tbe bridesmaids will be Miss Wlulbrop,
daughter of Mr. Buchanan Wlnthrop; Miss
Evcljn Burden, daughter of Mr. I. Town
send Burden; Miss Morton, eldest daughter
of Gov- Morton; Miss Elsa Bronsou, daugh
ter of Mr. Frederic Brouon; Miss Daisy
Post, daughter of M r. William Post; Miss
Katharine Duer, daugbter of Mr. William
Duer, and a granddaughter of the famous
wit, William it. Travera; Miss May Goelet,
daughter of Mr. Ogden Goelet, and Miss
Laura Jar, a dnughlcrof Col. William Jay.
Tbe ushers wbom the duke lias chosen to
assist blm at the wedding are very well
known In New York society, and h.ne often
assisted at famous weddings. They are,
without exception, members of tbe Knicker
bocker Club, at which club the Duke of
Mnrlttorougli bas ticeu a frequent visitor
since Ms atTlval In this country. They are
Messrs. F. Brockholst Cutting, Klcbnrd T.
nnson, jr.. i.cpinniu Konaius, uernert I).
Koblns ami Hamilton Wilkes Cary. The
Duke of MarlLorough's dot man will lie
bis couMn, the Hon. Ior Churchill Guest,
the eldest son of Lord Wiinliorne. His
mother is tbe eldest sister of the late Duke
of Marlborough. Young Guest Is a fine
looking man, or tall and cominindlng pres
ence and Just about the ago of the duke.
THE WEDDING BREAKFAST.
Immediately after the wedding ceremony
and tin. signing of the marriage regUter
the bridal parly will be 'driven to Mrs. Van
ilerbilt's house. No. 24 East Seventy-second
street, where, after a brief reception
nnd congratulations to the duke and
duchess, the wedding breakfast will be
served. The guests for this breakfast will
be limited to oi.e hundred people, among
whom will he members pt tbe diplomatic
corps, the officiating clergy and blshdps.
the members of the bridal party and the
members of their Immediate ramilles. The
guc-Ms will be- seated at small tables in
the large dining-room and the adjacent
hall. Tbe table for the bridal party will,
or eoure, be the center or attraction, and
will undoubtedly be placed at the south
end or the dining-room. This table will
lie long and oval in sliape, and lis rioral
decorations will consist of orchids. lilies
and other Dowers appropriate to such an
occasion, while the table service will be
otgold. No formality will be observed In
seating the guests at the other tables, of
which there will be ten.
The wedding cake boxes a re covered with
whltemoire, and on them will appear, under
the ducal coronet, the monogram. "C. II."
(Consuelo-Mnribormigh). After the wed
ding breakfast the Duke and Duchess or
Marlborough will leave at once Tor tbe
Vanrterbllt country place. Idle Hour, at
Oakdale, L. I.
.MAIll.IIOlinuc.ll WILL GO SOUTH.
Rooms Engced for the Dufcpnt Rich
mond's Swell Hotel.
(Special to The Times.)
Richmond, Va., Nor. 5. A suite of
rooms has been engaged at the Jefferson
by tbe Duke of Marlborough, who will
shortly visit Richmond. The object of
the duke's visit lias not been announced,
but it Is supposed he will spend several
days in Richmond sightseeing and whillng
away bis time before returning with his
wealthy brtde to England.
Gloves
Men's Pique Gloves.
You can try them on.'
We warrant them
they will not split or
give out at the seams,
though our price is
only
95c.
Loiiirs GIoub Go.,
919 7th St. N. W.
TTN'HEHTAKEHS.
J WILLIAM LEB.
CNltEKTARER.
rurennsylTanla arenas northwsst.
riiitcIimerTlc. l'oon:ai. IjWms
DIED. "
MEEKEH Departed this life at his resi
dence, 207 Third street southeast, Novem
ber r, at 7 a. m.. Aloln Newton Meeker,
ror twenty-one years the affectionate hus
liand of Esther Meeker, iu tbe seventieth
year of his ngc.
Police or lunerai hercarter.
NALLET Beloved daughter or Edward
. and Elizabeth Nallev. aired three ve.irs.
len moncus. on ."ovemDcr o. ibuo.
Funeral from residence, 115 Sixteenth
street northeast. Private.
Little Myrtle was our darling
Pride or all the hearts at home;
But the angels came and culled ber:
Darling Myrtle, do come home.
PARIS NOBILITY ALL THERE
Reade-Foras Eeligious Marriage
Made a Notable Event
It Occurred in tlio Church of St.
1'lillllpe du Jloulo After tlio
Civil Ceremony.
Paris, Nov. 5. The religious ceremony
of tbe marriage ot Marie Delphine, daugh
ter ot Geu. J. Meredith Read, ror'merly
United States Minister to a recce, to
Couut Max Foras, took place to day in the
Church ot St. l'hilllppe du Roule.
This was the first occasion for the re
assembling ot the fashionable iopulatlon
of Paris at the' bcgiuiilng ot the season.
The church was crowded, tbe entire diplo
matic corps and all of the titled and
talented world of Paris being inattendancc.
Among those present were the Princess
Braucovan, on. Samuel E. Morss, United
States consul general, and Mrs. Morss; Mr.
Henry Vlgnaud, first secretary of the
United Stales enilassy; Lieut. Commander
ltod;ers, uaval attache to the United
Stales embassy, and Mrs. Kellogg, Gen.
Wiuslow nnd wife, Mrs. Cecilia Wen tworth.
Mr. Paul Bartlett and wife, Mr. John Mun
roe and wife, Mr. Austin Leo and wire,
aud Mr. Vaubergen und wife.
Among the other guests in the church
were noticed Prince Roland Eouaparle, U.
Delyanms, Greek minister, and Mine.
Dclyannta, Henry Houssaye, member of
the Academy; Count and Countess Mont
sauluin, Mrs. Ayer. and Mr., Mrs. aud
Mlas Halstcad.
Abbe de Glbergues gave the nuptial
benediction from the altar. Tbe nave or
the church was decorated Willi palms
aud flowers. The service was hill choral
and orchestral. The bride wore an ivory
satin dress trimmed with Venice point
lacea ranlly heirloom and orange blos
soms. The bridesmaids were all in (uile
pink and yellow, trimmed with silver and
brown fur.
They were the Countess Laure Foras,
Countess Alix Foras, Princess Uelene
Braucovan and Mile. Demaislre. The
bride's mother wore a black velvet Eliza
bethan costume, trimmed with Venice
lace. The bride's sister. Mrs Spencer,
wore dark blue velvet witb a rococo Louts
XV gllet.
After the ceremony about 600 guests,
the cream of Pnris society, intended a
reception given by Mrs. Read at her resi
dence. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Dufr, No. 2U17 Q
street northwest, have as guests Mrs. Ber
gen and Mrs. Charles Edmonston, or Brook
lyn. Mr. and Mrs. George Talor are visit
Irer New York ror a short stay.
Gen. Nelson A. Miles, Mrs. Miles, their
son nnd daughter are domiciled at their
handsume home. No. 1327 G street north
west. Mrs. Miles Is a woman of hand
some presence and brilliant mental attain
ments, nnd will doubtless lead the pay
army set In its many social entertain
ments tills winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar I. Uoorem have issued
Invitations lor the nurriapv or their
daughter, Florence Virginia, to Dr. I'rank
Leech, fon of Uev. George V. Leech, of the
Baltimore conference.
The ceremony will taleplaceat Hamllne
M. E. Church, Wedncsilay, Nonnber :10,
at noon. I)r anil Mrs. Leech will be- at
home to friends after December 1, at No.
1715 Fourteenth street northwest.
The marriage or Miss Mamie Itoykln,
or Clinton, X. C, aDd Mr. William W.
Wolr, of York. la., occurred at Calvary
Baptist Church Tuesday, Itev. Dr. Greene
officiating. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wolf, om thelr
return from a wedding trip will make Uieir
home in this city.
Mr. A. L. Barber, accompanied by
his son and daughter, sailed for Uie West
Indies on their steam yacht Sapphire. Mrs.
Barber will return to this city shortly
to arrange Belmont for the winter, but
owing to the family being in mourning
they will not entertain a great deal during
the season.
MaJ. George W. Davis, Eleventh Inrantry,
president of tbe board of publication. Is
absent from the city to visit Bblloh battle
field and Atlanta.
Mrs. "iluraboagb, daughter ot Gen. Stanley,
of the Soldiers' Home, and who has, with
her children, spent the summer at the latter
place, leaves shortly for Fort Barraucuss,
Fla., to Join her husband. Miss Htta Kettou
will accompany her, to remain all winter.
Miss Temple Perry, daugbter of Capu
S. J. Perry, is the guest of friends at I'aola,
Kans
The Ladles Aid Society gave an oyster
supper last night for the benefit of Fletcher
M- E Church, corner of Fourth street
and New York avenue northwest- The
entertainment took place In the auditorium
ot the church and will be repeated tonight.
The tables were prettily arranged and
reXIecled great credit upon the generous
members of the church who had the sup
per in charge. Among those Interested
were: Mrs. Elmer Allpress, president ot
the Ladies' Aid Society of Fletcher M. E.
Church; Mrs. William F. Reed, Mrs. J.
Allen, Mrs. E. Fowler, Mrs. Charlotte
Moore, Mrs. J. Blessing, Mrs. Philip Milton,
Misses Mary Jebb. Mamie Murphy. Celia
Heall and Mamie and Xellie Allpress.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Donaldson cele
brated the fiftieth anniversary of their
marriage last ulght by holding an informal
reception from 6 to 10 to all their friends
at their borne, 1235 Eighth street north
nest. Mr. and Mrs Donaldson were assisted in
receiving their guests by their (laughters.
Misses Mary aud Katie Donaldson, nnd
Mrs. William Teblis and Iheir cousin. MUs
Fanny Stewart, of Talrras C. II., Va.
The members or the family were Mr.
George J. Donaldsonandfamlly.Mr. William
Donaldson and family, Mr. Daniel Donald
son and family and Mr. William Leblis.
Among Uie many friends who called to
offer their congratulations were: Mrs.
1 leech U MUs Agnes Plant. Miss Amanda
Columbus. Mrs. Kate Scott and daughters.
Mr. It. ICcllh and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Kahlert, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Drorfn
and many others.
Mr. Pnlenotre, who. by the way. is look
ing remarkably well arter bis summer on the
other, side, has come back with an enthusi
asm the great fair that will be held in
Paris during ihe first year of tbe new cen
tury. This exposition will begin the mid
dle ot April aud last until tbe first of No
remlier, nnd preparations for I tbave already
Iiegun. Of course, the United States will
lie in evidence he always is and millions
of our good American dollars will go to
enrich the thrifty French; but that is as It
should be. Whoever travels in Eurojie, no
matter how extortionate the charges are,
gels his money's worth in culture and en
joyment. Mtss Josie Dutton gave a dancing party
Monday night to thcCosmos, Jr.. Club, at her
home on L street northeast. The evening
was pleasantly varied with music, recita
tions and dances, and previous to the rib
bon reel, dainty refreshments were served.
Among the guests were. Miss Laura
Kesvcr, president of the Cosmos, Jr's.;
Mis Stella Brockhurst, Miss Evelyn Bar
ker, Iiss Belle Canovcr, Miss Daisy Burch,
Miss Nettie Roby, Miss Lucy Stoner. Miss
Effie Slater, Miss Emelina Tolson. Misses
Cora and Katie Hard, Mr. and ilrs. B. II.
Stoner, Messrs. Frank Towers, John Stoner,
Italph Burch, Ed. Harrover, James B.
Howard, Michael Connover and Thomas
Wise.
Miss Elta B. Wise has returned from a
visit to Westmoreland county, Va.
Dr. B. A. Howard and his daughter,
Miss Ida, will leave to-day lor a visit
of several weeks to relatives In Worcester,
Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Deane, ot Vermont
uvcuuc, Jll.C IL'IUIIIL'U 1IU1U uu cAivuueu I
trip that Included Niagara Falls, the At- I
For
Wise
Men.
Take a lesson from
the ladies and learn
what real bargains
are-
Here is one-'
Men's Derby Ribbed
Underwear, in tan
and blue, 50 per
cent wool, shirts silk
faced, pearl buttons,
finished seams
drawers.tape seams,
sateen faced. t?
Sold elsewhere for
$1. Our price
fjflc per garment,
BON MARCHE.
3 1 4-3 1 6 Seventh SL N. W.
lanta exposition, and St. Augustine, i'la.
Miss Henrietta. O'.N'eil, or Richmond, bag
been the recent guest or Mr. and Mrs. V. II.
Harrison, of Massachusetts avenue nortb
west. Mr. John Harlow and Mr. Trank B.
Atchison are about to leave Hie city ror a
two weeks' trip through Boulhern Mary
land in search orNovcmber game.
Mr. H. C. McDonald bas returned from
Atlanta, and alter spending a brief period
with his family at bis home, on Congress
Heights, will bo to Montreal, where busi
ness may detain blm until Hiring.
Miss Favorlta Walker, of Piltsburg, Fa.,
will spend ThanVsgivlnK week in this city
ns tbe guest or Miss Cecelia Hyng.
Miss Katie Manogue, of New Jersey ave
nue, will spend Thanksgiving week in
lower Maryland wltb ber aunt. Mrs. Mau
ogue. Up-m her return she will lie accora
panird by her cousin. Miss Jessie Manngue,
who will remain in Washington through
out the coming season.
Miss EMelle Clabau'gh. will return to
Philadelphia this week to resume her du
ties at lleckwith College, having entirely
recovered from ber recent Illness.
Mr. James A-liend'e, Mr. Le Hoy Gougli
and a party of friends have just relumed
from I'rine-ctun, N.; J where tl
they went
to attend the football game.
Miss Ilelle IL Garrett, of Ibe THadensburg
road. Is visiting Miss, Sadie L. War"-n,
of Capitol Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. V. I,Daplon, of N'ew Hamp
shire avenue, will, remove shortly rrom
tlu-irpreter.t apartment totueir tow home
on Capitol Hill. , ",
Mr. and Mrs. II . L."iTrusdale, of George
town, will leave this afternoon ror u brief
visit to friends In southern Georgia.
Miss E. B. Rawles, daughter or MaJ. J.
B. Itawles, of Washington EarracVx, has
gone to Omaha to attend the wedding and
to be the maid of honor of her friend,
MJss Gertrude Chambers, of that place, who
will marry Mr. Goy I'arke. or Decatur, III,
on the 27th of this month.
-MOODY CHOIR REHEARSAL.
HIr Attendance and Excellent -Mu.-dc
Kt Lnt XlKht'sileetlm;.
The monthly rehearsal of the Moody
Choir took place last cveulng In the parlors
of the First Baptist Church, corner of
Sixteenth nnd O streets nortbwest-
Alxmt 400 memlters were present, and
under the direction of Prof. Percy S.
Foster, assisted by Mrs. Grace Dufour
Brown, pianist, and the orchestra con
nected with the choir, spent several very
enjoyable hours iu a most excellent re
hearsal. It Is intended by 11 r. Foster to give a
concert In Convention Hall, at a date near
tbe holidays, the proceeds of which are
to be demoted to charitable purposes. In
order to prepare ror this event, an extra,
rehearsal will lie called on Tuesday evening?
November 19, time and place to be an
nounced later.
On Monday evening, November 11. the
choir will lead tbe openlug praise xrvice
or the Sunday-school convention, which
Is to lie held in the .First Congregational
Church, corner ot Tenth and G streets
northwest.
CADETS HAVE .MAXY FRIENDS.
Eicn Election Nljrlit Fulled to Affect
the Hlcj Fair.
The popularity or the Corcoran Cadets
was never more thoroughly demonstrated
than last evening, when, notwithstanding
the tunny other attractions, especially the
Section returns. National Rifles' Hall was
rilled to overflowing by the Immense
crowds "which attended their fair.
The programme for the evening con
sisted or an exhibition of rancy dub swing
ing by Miss Hearst, and l'rof. West In
legerdemain. Mr. V. Clark, the whistling
artist, also gave an interesting exhibition
or his ability as n whistler. During the
evening the Montrose Mandolin Club ren
dered several selections in excellent style.
juc gucsn or honor were the Cycle and
Ambulance Corps and Ihe Onlway nines. '
Thefeatureofthlsevenlng'seHtenalnment
will be the squad drill participated in by
members of the National Uifles and the
Morton Cadets.
The guests will be tbe C. G. Conn Drum
Corp. Battery A . Thlnl Separate Company,
and Knights of Pythias.
Sick Vlrglnlnn Cared For.
rrank Cousins, a young white man,
entered station No. 1, late last night,
and complained of bcllis ill with rheuma
tism and asthma, lie 'was taken to Freed
man's Hospital tn the patrol, lie halls
Mnnassas, Va.. and'says that the mayor
of that town paid his'way to Washington
that he might be treated at one of tbe
hospitals here.
The Bloomer Girl.
Oh, my head Is in a whirl.
When I see the "Bloomer Olrl,"
As she haughtily goes sailing by the door,
I can feel ray heart contract.
And cold chills run down my back.
And I slgb with Edgar's raven, "Never
more." Nevermore, the maiden sweet.
From her curly head to feet.
If she laced a little, what could be the
harm?
Mess the child, her tiny waist.
By this frlghtrul outrage placed.
Never gave us half the cause for such
alarm.
Girls and matrons all, I pray.
Make yourdressesany way;
But for heaven's sake and man's adhere
to -frocks.
Else we'll all pot out our eyes.
Hide tbe stars up In the skies.
And tie veils across the faces of tbe
clocks.
ROWLAND.
lino's riucK.
The
Wonder
of Washington
is this great Cloak and Coat
sale of ours newest styles ele
gant qualities and prices at fig
ures that were never known be
fore. $5, $6, $7 and $8 Coats and
Capes, JJ3.98.
4 and 6-button etfects. In
23. 28 and 30-Inch lencths
plain beavers and fancy
cloths black, blues,
browns plain fur and Jet
trimmed also handsome CO 00
plush capos at 4J.30
$15 to $18 value, $10.98.
Astrakhans. Boucles,
Whorumbo Beavers, Ker
seys, etc.. In ladies' and
mis. os' garments pla I n
and rough efrccts. The O I n 00
great sale price Is 01 U.JO
Other styles and qualities too
numerous to mention at unheard-of
prices.
KING'S PALACE
812 and 814 7th SL N.
715 Market Space.
W.
FESTIYAL OF THE HOLIDAYS
Belief Corp3 Ladies Hard at Work
Laying Plans.
Unique nnd Patriotic Fentnre Prom
ised for tlio Bin Affulr Llt
of tlio Committee.
The various corps of the Department of
the Potomac, Woman's rtellef Corps, are
preparing for tlio festival ot American
holidays, tu be given in Willard Halt, from
Notcmber 20 tu 30, Inclusive.
The room will be elaborately decorated
and booths, In which goods representing
tbe holidays, are displayed, will be an
interesting feature or the occasion. The
first day and evening will be in charge of
Potomac and Farragut Corps. This will
be George Washington day, and, of course.
Martha and Mary, with numerous guests,
will be there.
The costumes ot ladles and gentlemen In
the Iwulhs aud of those serving tea, will
be patterned after those of a hundred
ears ago.
A genuine Martha Washington tea party
will be held. A flue programme is U-ing
prepared, consisting of solos, choruses,
duets and quartets, while humorous recita
tions by sume ot Wasniugtou's best talent
will be rendered.
The Potomac ladies always bring In
something patriotic, and a fhig drill, using
the manual of arms, will be given, in
which twelve young ladies are to take
part. The predominating colors of tables
and Iwuihs will bo cherry, and the hatchet
will not be left oJt.
Dancing will be indulged in from 9 until
11 o'clock. From tbe way tickets are
being sold and the manner In which tbe
women work, the whole affair will be a
success, and the relief funds for the winter
will be greatly Increased.
The rolKiwlng are the committees ror the
first night's entertainment:
Committee for George Washington's day,
Noveiuber25 On arrangements Mesdames
Kalstrom, Pratt, Chandlers, Maxwell, Uobb,
with theMKses Shlnuand Burgess.
Kefrebments Mesdames Nichols, Klb-
bey. Dykes, Lowry, Mundell, Burcbfield,
Ileebee, Laytou, Uonell, Burke, Koch, JIc
Cathrau, Fuller, Horton, Woods, Bevlns,
Pfleglng, Livlugston, Kleiners, Noers, Bow
man, Siecnt, Krlcger. Washington, Misses
J. and M.Parker and Miss Jones.
Confectionery Mesdames Itlpley. An
drew s. Thompson. Marean, Shlnu, with tbe
Mioses Wellmer, Parker, Klbbey, Marean,
and Shlrui.
Lemuuade Mesdames Fordham, Brad
ley, Spencer, Shanahan, Funk, Morrison,
Jones, and the Misses Horton. Lusby,
Harris, and Me! tiers.
Martha Washington Tea Table Commit
tee Mesdames Starkey, Kalstrom. Nich
ols, Mr. Parker. E. Gillespie, nnd Itoter.
Decoration of Booths Col. Sweet, with
Mrs. Kalstrom and Mrs. Gillespie.
Flag drill, Mrs. Hamilton.
Miscellaneous Booth Mrs. Cheshire, Mrs.
Fuller, Mrs. Gladys Thompson and Mrs.
Klbbey.
Commander Anderson and staff will
officiate at the opening ceremonies of the
festival. -J
Potomac and Burnside Corps will be
Inspected on November 12. The former
holds lis meetings on tbe second and fourth
Tuesdays of each month In Grand Army
Hall, and after next week the probabil.
llles are that Burnside nnd Lincoln Corps
will also hold their regular meetings In
G. A. It. Hall on Ihe same night that the
po-ds to which they are auxiliary have
their meltings.
Mrs. Jacobs will be the officer to look
over tbe books nnd examine the work of
Potomac Corps, and she will inspect Logan
Corps' ritualistic cxempllflcaton on No
vember 18.
MrK. Anna A. Peck will have charge of
Burnside Corps' meeting. All the members
ot Ihe corps are invited to attend these
gatherings.
An Honor.
Perhaps one reason the modern style
of lady's sack Is so popular Is because it
is largely a coat of arms.
Retribution.
Wife If I had known before we were
married that you swore so, I never would
have married you.
The husliand (sadly) That's what cornea
of being a hypocrite. Truth.
Love.
Ah. me! Now when rnndracmorv brines
My thoughts back to the past
I see that, like so many things.
It was too good to last.
Judge.
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PRINCE OF CAXXIUAI. 1SI-AXDS.
Youns -Men .Who "Will INwe- nn In
come of 52,000,000 n Year.
Tbe prince ot the Lismarck Archipelago
has been iu the city for nearly two weeks,
and left for his home yesterday on tbe
steamer Alameda, says the San Francisco
Chronicle.
Although the young man is the most In
teresting character in the South Seas, it
Is hardly to be wondered at that his Identity
was not learned while he was at the Palace
Hotel, for there he registered under his
name, which is J.M.CoeForsiylli
While here the prince drew on London for
as many 500 reiultlnii tsasiuintci ,. .,
required. He spent Uie money with gener
osity. When he came to leave for his home
Quite a crowd gathered on the Oceanic dock
to see him off. Among lho-e present were
members of the family of his grandfather,
who was Jona'sM.Coe, for many years con
sul of the United States at Samoa.
Thearrhipclago potentate will go through
to Sydney on the steamer Alameda. At
Sydney the prince's own schooner, the
Three Cheers, will be waiting toconvcy him
to the Bismarck Islands, spots on the ocean
that his mother owns outright. The palm
covered isles are not far from New Guinea
nnd New Britain. On the latter Island Is
the real residence ot Coe Forsaylli, but he Is
on the other Islands much of his time.
To look at the young man no one would
supect that he is Crown Prince of the
Cannibal Islands and likely to be recog
nized as the only authority on the death
of his mother. There is only a trace of
native blood In his veins and his whole ap
pearance is that of a stcdious gentleman,
more accustomed to European universities
than to the wildness or jungle islands under
the equator. It Is true, though, that on
the ElfnArck Archipelago arc to be found
about the only cannibals In this world
that tbe missionaries have allowed to go
unconverted. While these natives eat each
other, they only Indulge In this diet when
the different trilies are at war.
There are five gronps of Islands In the
principality to which Coe Forsayth Ib nor
returning. While most of Ihe islands are
small, the number of them Is so great that
the aggregate amount of land owned by
the young man's mother Is 151, COO acres.
She has leen offered a half million dollars
for ber possessions, ami bas scornfully re
fused it, as It is believed that the pro
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ductive archipelago Is now paying the
large income of S2.000.000.
The lifo of this youcg man's mother, the
Queen of thco distant Islands, is one or the
wonders of the South Seas. She is the new
woman of the South Pacific, the one person
of her sex in that part of the world who has
proved herself possessed of great business
and executive ability. To-day she is man
aging the entire property, which consists,
besides the five groups of Islands, of fiv
large trading stores, a fleet of schooners,
and agencies in Sydney, London and Liver
pool.
Jonas M. Coe went to Samoa many years
ago. If he was not the pioneer American
consul there, he was one of the rirst. Ho
married a native Samoan woman, a lovely
girl, made all the more lovely by the fact
that an admixture with white blocd had
made her features regular. The result ot
the union was the birth of the girl who
has now grown up to be everywhere recog
nized as the most progressive and the most
interesting ot island queens.
November Winds.
(Atter Edgar Allanroe.)
O, listen to the sighing of the wind.
Will It never cease its crying.
Like the sobbing of the dying.
Or the living by the dying?
Left behind?
O, hark ye to the moaning of the wind.
Weird awful Is Its groaning.
For some treachery atoning;
Now 'tis blaming, now condoning.
Both combined.
O, attend ye to he wailing of the breeze.
All the ghostly Jury hailing.
It is some sad fate bewailing.
As it steathtly goes trailing
Through the trees.
Hark, I bear the distant calling ot the
ghosts;
Now, my spirit, 'tis enthralling,
Witb its dolerul rising, railing,
Aud metbluks I sec the sad.
Appalling hosts.
Just Dropped.
Little drops of nickels
In the slot macules
Makes the owner falter
And the dropper lean.
Boston Courier.
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