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ception ce tzim at the lie White JIV t e IIoa House se Friday of ofThis ojThis ofTkis
This Wek JiJ6ekAlrj Mrs Skaiv in z81Ttlo New York
The T WMie IaltseMrs KMMtt KMMttMm x xMu
Mm noeeerctt gave Te a tex party put at mli atth atth
th i National Theater yesterday yter aT atternain after aftero aftftnoon
noon o < > n for tit tile tint concert o of the Wash Washington WMIa1Il ¬
ington 1Il ti Eton on Syatabooy Orchestra which wblcltI wa wai was wasrented
rented i Tted ted by Reginald De Korea Her Heru Herusta
u usta j sts ts were w Mrs Henry Cabot Lodge Lodgeand Lodceii
and to ii II < i Mrs Tuckenaan TuckenaanMrs TueIwraaaLrl TuckerleaaMrs
Mrs rl Roosevelt It baa seat out cards ear4 for foren forI1 foran
en I1 afternoott reeepttoa at t tae White WhiteHousr Wlalte1JlISf Whitei
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number larttea te 1 eetweea t roar and five fiveliuudred ft9 ft9IJundrtd fivehundred
hundred 8fee Sb wUl give l W e another recep ireeqtton reception JeftIPtwn ¬
tion the following followt Friday Fu1 y to abottt b t the Ikeiaino daeawl thetame
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Mrs rrl Roosevelt received receivedfrlonds several severalfriend 1 1frknds
friend yesterday yeeer ay afternoon at t the theWhite tileh1te theVhite
White h1te House at t 2M Z oclock oclockMrs oelockPr oclockPresidents
Pr Presidents OIIdI Yang Yanglrs
Mrs JrA Shaw wife of the Secretary of oftV elH1f ettin
tV Treasary bas gone to New York tera for fora
a few days d7 aid will therefore not be beat beait isat
at home thla afternoon She la expectedb expected expectedbumc expeetedbJJe
b bumc nic tomorrow morning morningMr mornlD morningMr
Mr Iro Root accompanied by her daagh daaghtr 48 48tr dattght
tr t r MUs Root and her son Edward EdwardRoot Edw EdwHoot dwardRoot
Root arrived oa the Finland yesterday yeatadayforetary yeaterdayFcretary yesterdayreretary
Fcretary reretary Root boarded the slip aht Ip at atQ atQIarant atQunrantlee
Qunrantlee Q QIarant arantree and with hta family fn la ex exj exID exlrr
lrr j rtod t d in Washington Wul1lo today todayMrs toda todaJrs todayMrs
Mrs Jrs Payaa wife of the tMGDral Psst Postmaster PostmasterG esto estoGenrral
G GDral < noral will receive taforssalty this af afternoon attcrnoon f fMrs
ternoon ternoonre tcrnoonsirs
Mrs re Hay wife of the Secretary Beer of ofate orat ofate
ate at t > win receive this thl after afterD afterseos afterseosDoip n
Del Doip D i fs s af the DiphMMU DiphMMUDr Dipotlr
Dr lr Ton Xonehea the QeraMui or anhee anheesador awbsssa9nr
sador Irinr the u British ambassador m aft andLaii aadLadr aftLaoiv
Ladr Laii Herbert and Dd Baron Qevers 0rI the theriiiister Utendster therut
riiiister rut iier from the Netherlands were wereRHKng w wnlJ werem
RHKng nlJ m rag those who attended the LMIhoDY sym syrnIbvny symphony ¬
phony concert yesterday atteraooaThe aftemooo aftemoooThe atterDooILTht
The charge daffaires dstalrp of the t e French Frenchembassy Jf JfmtIQlII Freekrmbasey
embassy mtIQlII and ad Mme de Margerte gave pTeLnheon gaYeIiwheon a alumheon
lumheon yesterday in honor of Mr MrEdith Mrs MrsElith ra raEl1th
Edith Whartea who adapted adaptedranull Sader Saderrianns Saderranns
rianns play now HID gglven at the theolumbUiThMfter tII tIIJ thed
< olumbUiThMfter J 1unbie 1 uiJl baa 0 OeIIier The gvests PfJIt I larttpd lave IDTIt1 laveta
1 t1 1 meet w > t Mn MnWbartea Wbarton were the IAmbassador Italian Italianambassador I
ambassador 1 m bassador and Signers I Mayer xyerIancbe ees eesIlanches die dieIIancbes
Ilanches Iancbe and Walter V R Berry BerryDinners k17DIIutea BerryDinners
DinnersMrs Dinners DinnersMrs DIIuteaMri
Mrs John F Rodgers will give a dtsli din dinn dtaIH
IH n < r on Wednesday WedaeMa December 17Hr 17 17Senator 11r
Hr r aDd Mrs In Claar Charles C Glover Mft Mftfont ha hat ve veon
font t rat oat Jarlad invitations M for a d dlaar dlaarThursday DIt DItThulIIdar
Thursday r 1 ± = n Is 1L 1Lpoator
7 sire sireF
Senator F ntor and lira floott will wlnn1aIa wlnn1aIalit entertain entertainnt stertadarat
nt dinner Taeeday Dirssshsi N HFrida7 and sadFriday an anFriday e
Friday the Wh WhThe 1thThe MIa MIaThe
The Belgian mlatatar 1Ideer and aidIarones the therareness u uraroneu
rareness Menchewr eae will entertain the theItalian t tItalian theItalian
Italian amaafsador fItor and fltgnara des desPlanches deerlanhee di diPlannhes
Planches at t an Informal bit dinner dbort1enln thin thinMs tIdannlp
t1enln t1enlnMle nnlp nnlpfJlI
Ms fJlI Sally Waiawright Wabawrl t wilt give giveLnnpr ftI a ainT
inT 1 Lnnpr n T rOIl on og1M4Y Friday PrI ereatag nftID In honor o obliss of ofMiss ofl f
Miss l MsitW fat Hendrlck and her WUltl herguests lens feoase feoaseKutsts
guests Ultl Misses hisses Hart and Roll ¬
er and David Banks The other ot otwill guests iaestswill guestswill
will ha Miss 1I1a Sarah Schroeder KIM KIMBradford Rose RaeBradford RoseBradford
Bradford S W Hendrlck and Thilaaa ThilaaaHeadrick TblI TblIHea411ck ThtlmasHendrtck
Laackaos LucIt LucItKI LteadinisMiss LaackaosMiss
Miss KI Routh has ha seat t oat < < iarttaUana iarttaUanafor Imtatioufor
for a luncheon la honor af Mils Young YonngWednesday y yedeeday YoungWednesday
Wednesday edeeday December 17 17On 11On 17On
On the same me day da lira fllnunons 81 Jones Joaeewin Joneswill Joneswill
will give a luncheon la honor of r her herdaughter 1aerdlat herdaughter
daughter dlat Louie Loal Jones JonesMra JOBesi JonesfiT5
i Mra Shepard wife wlf of Judge J SethShepard Seth SeUtSbepard Set1aI
I Sbepard of the District Court has is issued 1 1i Issued ¬
i sued ued invitations for two luncheons one oneon onei oneon
i on Wednesday Wtdaada December 17 and one on onFriday ODday onFriday
Friday day December ecaaber 19 In honor of her herdebutante herI herdebutante
I debutante daughter 4u ter Yea Ia Polly Poll Shepard ShepardMra lite liteI ShepardMrs
Mrs Kna1 John D W Foster will entertain entertainluncheon a at atlacheon t tlucheoD
I luncheon tomorrow taHorrowSenator t lfJllOW
NM FattenSuitor
I Senator r and Mrs X Blackburn Blaelr who wllolit whola are areIn
In morning for Senator tor Blackburns Blackburnsdaughter BIaeIdMIra48t e
48t daughter Mrs Lane will take so aeIn part partlit JIIM JIIMlit
lit society this winter winterMra wtDterKna winterMrs
Mrs Malllken of Connecticut Avenue Avenuegave A Avenuesave yea yeaa
gave a tea yesterday afternoon to Intro Introduce latroe Iatrodee ¬
duce dee e her daughter Miss KI Helen The Thehotaste deeante de debutante ¬
butante eante wore a becoming beeomJ gown of white whitebatiste whitelIattate whitbatiste
batiste trimmed with lace Mrs Mam Mamleas Kalllken Multikens
leas ken toilet was w of gray crepe de chin chinAssisting ehlaAMttltlns chine chineAssisting
Assisting Mrs Mulliken Xallllr and her daugh daughter daaKbtee daughter ¬
ter tee were Miss XI Jean Crosby Miss XI Klsle KlsleDodge XIleDodp Rlil RlilDodge e
Dodge Miss XI Mabel Perkins Miss XI Polly PollyShepard PollyIMpanI Pall PallShe y
Shepard She and Miss XI Woodruff Mrs James JamesHoey J JHoey I IHoey
Hoey and 1Id Miss XI Woodhull assisted ted at t the theten Uattea theyes
ten table Miss Miriam Crosby Cnel r aerial aervedcafe IMtnedeale aerialcafe
cafe frappe ksppeMrs frappeMrs frappera
Mrs ra Robert Ray Ka and her daughter daughterMiss tlau daughterMier ter terKIA
Miss Helen helm n Ray Rayen lift today for forSaIl forSaIlDI San Sanl Sa SaDlego
l Diego DI CaL to attend the marring marrt of ofMiss oCXa o ollla f
Miss Xa Ray to Thomas Tho Hagrer paymasteU paymaster paymasterU r
U S A which will take place Wednes Wednesday Wed Weds n nday ¬
day December 17 Mr Hagner 11 11brotber is Isbrother a abrother
brother of XI Miss Isabella L Zlagner sec MCreary secrotary secretary ¬
rotary to Mrs X Mr Roosevelt RooseveltJoseph KooIeTeltJOMpk RooseveltJoseph
Joseph X Washington former member memberof meaaOeror membeet r
of Congress from Tennessee Tema and a d M Mr MrWashington XIlL XIlLWlI1Ioa
Washington have taken the house 1521 1521Connecticut 151tCoauMetIeat 16 16Cosaeetleut
Connecticut Avenue AYea for the winter winterGeneral wiaterGaerat winterGeneral
General and Mrs Charles FUzhagh nUb Fltzbagblttaburg of oftPKtebnrg of1tttDar
tPKtebnrg 1tttDar lttaburg who have been visiting Wash WasbID8toa Washbvgton Washington ¬
ington for the past few weeks recur recurhome returned returnedHome retarJHdMIae
Home yesterday They have gone to prpens pre prepare pr prNe a ¬
pare Ne for an a early departure for Japan Japanwaere JDlber
vbtn waere they purpose to spend the winter winterMrs wiaterXl winterJdrs
Mrs Xl D I Headrick H k will I ItroIa give a ri tea teafrom i ifrom ei
from 4 I to 7 oa Thursday Tinutl4 y to to introduce introducedaughter her herdaughter herdaq1rter
daughter Miss Martha Hendriek Miss MissClementina M l1a l1aClemeat iii are
Clementina Clemeat Hill Miss Mary Warner WarnerMiss Warner7itIs
Miss 0 Sally Walnwrignt Mias XI Rita Ridge Ridgely RI RIIT
ly Miss XI Lavie Roller Miss Mi Alice Hart Hartcif lIartIf li litd art
cif If Mercersburg ereenburl Pa Past Miss KI Pllson 0 of ofUicJunood 0JlI C ClUthmond
UicJunood JlI 0a4 and Mia Irma Elision of ofChestertown orGtI4ttertoWli
Chestertown thq tertovrn Md will assist in receiv receiving recelTin recetying ¬
ing in Mr Mrs Dalsell Mrs X Dalley Mrs Bri Britain Brttata Htitam ¬
tain tam Madam Porter and Mrs HU Hilman Hilmanwilt HllmaaWSII nun
wilt preside in the dining room and Mias MiasRood XiaReed M iii
Rood will serve the punch Miss KI Hea Headrtek H Hdrtek He
drtek will wear a dainty ty frock of white whiteFtreneh whit whitFreMk whitPreach
Preach moueseiiae over white taffeta
Mrs Headrlcktt gown will be black lace laceover laeeOYer laceover
over black satin satinThe attnThe UD UDThe
The Misses Xl Newlaads have ret1 returned Md to toWashington toWashlalton toWashington
Washington and are with their father at atbla atala athis
his ala home in Woodley LaneMss Lane LaneMrs LaDeM
Mrs M Souther ml nd who wlaMU wlaMUIn Is esUWJale4 esUWJale4in
in her home 1921 N Street will receive receiveFriday reeiv reeivFriday reeelftJlrlday
Friday afternoons during the winter winterRobert wtateri winterRobert
I Robert S Hume IIu and ad Wallace D Mc McLean Mei McLana ¬
i Lean went ova over to Baltimore yesterday yesterdayto tnda71
to attend the Junior Gorilla which took lookplace tookplace
place last nightMrs night nightMrs nlalatXn
Mrs Gertrude Atherton the novelist novelistla novelistIs
Is expected here next xt week weekMrs weekMrs
Mrs Magee the widow of C I L Magee Mageeof Ma Mageeof < < ee eeof
of Pittsbarg Plttbur who Is I well known mown inWashington In InWashington laWuhinCtOD
Washington will pass pa the winter withher with wltJaller
her aunt aat Mrs X Eleanor Stuart in Rome KomeXrs RomeMrs
Mrs Magee has taken an a apartment apart1llentear
near ear the Quintal QulrtnalMrs 0dr1Da1Xra QuintalMr
Mr Mrs Charles Char Poor fa eatertaiitlng at a atea atea atea
tea this aI afternoon tn honor of herguest her herguest arpeet
guest Miss flues 111 WUaoa of Wilming Wilmington WlI WlItoll Wilmtnston ¬
ton Del DelMrs DelXn DelMrs
Mrs Needy wife of t the e president presidentof
of Colombian University UDlYel lty will Introduce Introduceher latrodueeIter introduceher
her daughter at t a tea Friday Frtda December DecemberIt
It from 6 to 7 7The 7The 7The
The Misses Josephine Jo phlM and Resins R Pow Powers Powena ¬
ers of Chicago who are re at school here herewill Jierewill
will spend eDd the Christmas Chrlet holidays atborne at athome atme
home homeMrs borneMr me meXra
Mrs Edith Wharton gave a box party partylast partylast arty artyJut
last night at t the ColumbiaJ9ttingt Columbia ColumbiaJotting ColtlimWaJ
Jotting From Pro K New w Y Yeti Yetibite fk dcMra fkMrs
Mrs ts W Ribs Roosevelts dinner diaaerdance 4Itallerdaace dinnerdance
dance at t Sherry Sherrys last lu night for her herdebutante herdbatante herdebutante
debutante daughter Mias x Christine ChrlaU Kee KeeRoosevelt Kean KeanRoosevelt KNnROOIIeTelt n
Roosevelt was the most notable social socialevent lMHalent soea 1
event ent yesterday and brought out quite quitea quit quita e
a number of the young young element of so society BOdely ¬
ciety especially e peelaUy the debutantes Thor There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were no less I lea than six Ix Roosevelt girls girlspresent X girl girlpresentlice 1 1KeHlltUte s
present presentlice KeHlltUte the hostess daughter Miss MissAlice MiaAlice hi hiAlice
Alice Roosevelt the Presidents daugh daughter daughter aUKbLeI ¬
ter Miss Xt Ktfreda Roosevelt of o Boston Bostondaughter BoIttOltdauabtn Hastendaughter
daughter of the late Alfred Roosevelt R RooseveltMin cNIeYelt cNIeYeltXIn
Miss Dorothy Roosevelt daughter daq ter oC oCC o
Mrs C Hllborne Hllbor Roosevelt Miss XI Steanor SteanorRoosevelt XleanorKOOHTelt r
Roosevelt daughter taKhter of the t e late Billot BillotRoosevelt BlUotKOOMYelt t
Roosevelt and Miss K Helen Rooseveltdaughter Roosevelt Rooseveltdaughter KooMYeltdauahter
daughter of James Jam Roosevelt Rooevttvein RooM Roosevelt RooMYlt ¬
vein veinThe
The enUre small n ball room suite was wasused wuUtNId w as
used for the occasion oeeason and the dinner dinnerwas cUneMrted dlnnewas
was served at t nine tables in Ute banquet banquetroom braquetroom banqueroaa t
room each table accommodating eight eightguests eIlatpts eightguests td
guests They were ere prettily decorated decoratedwith decoratewith eeoratedwtth d
with pink plD roes roses After dinner here was wasinformal waslafa1 w s
informal danltag daDin < < throughout tbroq out the even evening flTeDIa evenlag
lag Ia in the small U ball room Sherry Sherrysorchestra Sherryoreheatra Sherryorchestra s
orchestra furnished the music Ie There Therewas Tbtorewu Therewas
was no cotillon cotillonAmong eoOUl1oODAIDOI1
Among AIDOI1 < < the guests Meta were Mrs rs Jane JaneReid J JXeld JMild
Reid Robert W Ooelet Mien Bdith BdithOray XdtthGray Edit EditGray h
Gray and Dd her fiance Reynolds Hltt of ofWashington ofWMhlaatoD
Washington Theodore Deagis 11i slall JRobia JRobiason 1 1acD R46iaso
son so nephew of President Roosevelt Rooseveltand yelt yeltaDd t
and Dance of Miss 1 Helen R Roosevelt RooseveltMiss KC RooseveltMuse OIt4tftIt OIt4tftItJIftR
Miss Marie Adele Montant Alexander AlexanderM r
M e Hadden Miss XI Anna ADa Gertrude erlre Greene OreeneJulian GreeneJullaD
Julian Kean Min Miss 1 Street Phoenix In Ingraham Inlrabant Ingraham
graham Miss XI Elisabeth M Wetherfll WetherfllRobert WetherillRobert
Robert Ooelet Gerry Mias It Wadsworth Wadsworthof
of Washington George Glbbs 01 Miss MissElisabeth XI XIJllubetll IiifElisabeth s
Elisabeth Margaret Xr ret Dix Hugene Hale Haleand IIaleaDd
and Miss Grace Sedgwksk SedgwkskMrs
Mrs x 8 Barton French h will give lYe a re reception reception r rrtePteen e ¬
ception this afternoon at t her home IS ISWest 11Wt 1 1Miss i
West Fiftyfirst Street te Introduce Miss Il
King Edward ad Confers Titles on Provincial ilayorsLord Mayors Lord Tennyson Most Acceptable as Governor Gen General G General n neraI ¬
eral of Australia AustraiiaA A Story of His Poet Father FatherThe The Kaisers Love for Dogs DogsFencing DogsFencing DogsFencing
Fencing at at a DiscountScandal Discount Scandal at Cairo
King Edward tea just conferred the thet teeU
t U i > It of Lord Mayor Ior on the mayors ofM of ofM atr
M r bourne i 1t > ourDe and of Sydney in Australia Australiaai
ai IJ i it J t Is anticipated that be will very ftr7Lonl verytartly
1 tartly 1 Lonl only concede concede ac de a similar distinction tot to toin
t in iJ chief blel oaadstrates trat of 0 Ottawa Mon Montr Montr lea leaf ¬
tr f r al Halifax Ha fu and Quebec TIle TIlearJI Tb honor honorarrita basera
a arrita arJI rtkk no extra eara prerogative with It Itt ItE Itt
t uc 0 that t hat the mayor yor is entitled titled to bo ad add
d 11 1 n r sKd s d as a my lord Instead of MrIyor Mr MrrIiyor XIIIlor
rIiyor IIlor or your Our worship worshipUp worshipIy hIp hIpr
Up r p till t III a few years ago the chief ehlelal ma marut mug mugtr >
rut al tr of the city elt of London was the thet theay
ay t itly d head of any British municipality municipalitywho lclpaJK lclpaJKl
r who h l was ex oAcio o a lord But Queen QueenY
Y I < t orta Jrt toward the close of her reign reignM re ref
M f t 11 red < Kins KI King Edward since 1IIee his ac accession accessionJiiive toa toaL1e
Jiiive 1 re extended this tld prlTt privilege to the pro provents profts protiosts
vents fts of Edinburgh Glasgow and Aber Abern
< e cnlcn n as well as to the mayors 0 of Man Manf
r h flItr < xtr Liverpool Leeds Birmingham Birmingham1ublln BI BIluLlIn
1ublln 1 utlin Belfast and Cork CorkWhile CorILWhile CorkWhile
While on the subject of Australia Australiaay Ii Iitar Lt
t tar ay a y add that the promotion of Lord LordTioyaon Lorduyaoa I Ijll
< Tioyaon jll uyaoa to the rank of governor oyrnor gen gena D
rat a 1 of Auetratta to the place of Lordhas Lord LocmIoun j jTroun
Troun > oun has buatTeD given much satisfaction satisfactionhe
he 111 Antipodes A Upo4IeI Lord Tennyson T nDJ1IOD is ast as astt Udfrollaet
dfrollaet t tt roffact hardheaded and sisal senslu sisalas eulal
> al u his Illustrious lI1trto father the great greatwas greatr
r was 11 eccentric and extravagant As Asr Allo Asr
r of o the Australian Atu rall statesmen de deirR der
irR 1 r R then te pIeJetJ Po ty ui I meat la his hisrnatlon hi hiII hisrevfl
II revfl < rnatlon as welt n as on his bones bonesi 00 00while bonea
i while In no o way wa Impairing the dig dlgv dl dlr
v v of r their t high 11 amee dIM em Lord and ad Lady Ladrirjygon LdrLylton Ladyyaon
irjygon yaon hare hy their freedom oOm fromtx from
tx I imcc ane aad from ho side Ido completely completelythe omplMelTthe
t the lie hearts of the essentially U1I7 demo demoraif demofaI demoraIr
raif faI Australians AtraI There Tbf is no social socialv soelslRr
Rr v f rltlsm rltl aad while all n the t other wivest wives wivesven wi wiJ
J t r > yen v a the daughters M1qb n of Australian Australianrnnrs AustralianrooTs
0 rooTs insisted I on retaining theirwhen their theirwhen t1MltrI t1MltrwbeD I
when the national anthem wa waon w wasl 1 1i
i oJ l on the be ground that If their hua huar huwen
r f were the representatives NPreee caUYM of th thit t tthey the theg >
it they were w the represatatlvea reprtatt ofQueen of ofi I
i Queen Lady Tennyson empbaUeally empbaUeallyfir
t fir f 1 i4 l te avail TaII herself of 0 the Lb > dTI rrlvllegTaut rtTllege rtTllegeThat I ITlnt
That the present Lord Tennyaott T should shouldLc shouldLe j
Lc t 4 so J matteroffact and peaa peaat J psssd J 1 II 01 ofb
t < b noun sound satla oomama a sense fa the UMtBtoD moreastostshisg more moreastonishing j
astonishing BtoD when OWhD88e eae rseails r UM eddesi siinssa
OP1 OVJda Us father who was so inordinately inordinatelyvain IDOrdhatel IDOrdhatela Inordinatelyvats
vain a of his hi genius that he believed bo hecold booould beafford
cold afford to defy all the rules and aadconventionalities udI andconrentlonalttles
conventionalities of life Charles Brook BrookfleW Brookaw
I fleW tells a good story tOIJ aprcp apropos of o this thisHie tblafleddarn this1edecnres
fleddarn Hie declares that one night his father fatheru fatherutla was waadlninc wasdining
dining tla at the Oxford and lid Cambridge Clubto Club Clubm ClabII
m II London with Frank LuehingtonGeorge Lusblngton LusblngtonGeorge LuablqtoDOtorp
George Venables Tennyson and others othersAtter otbenArter othersAfter
After dinner the poet insisted on putting putUncala
Id Ills ala feet on the table tilting his chair chairliack eMirback chairback
back There were strangers t te the room roomand JOOIIIaact roomand
and be was w tor
expostulated with for ala na naoouthneea aatlaaeea naoonthness
oouthneea tlaaeea but te rate rateDo T TDo vainDo
Do put down do your feet pleaded his bisItaet hieMet
Met ItaetWhy
Why a should I retorted Tennyson T I Iam Iam Iam
am very comfortable fM1bIe as I IerJbocl7 am amKrerybody amltwsrybody
Krerybody erJbocl7 is staring at t yes 7MuotJler said saidanothar saidanother
another anotharLet uotJlerLet anotherLet
Let em stare replied rep Lb the PMt a et pla placidly plaeidl7 pIacidiy ¬
cidly eidl7IOAIfrecI
Alfred at t length exclaimed Frank FrankLuehlngtoa JrukLa FrankLtaiidngta
Luehlngtoa La tqtOB la desperation people peoP will winthink willUltalt willthink
think you are Longfellow LongfellowDown LoacfellowDewll LougfeltowDown
Down went the feet without a minutes ifiautes1lesitatlos minuteshesitation aute auteJIoIdWI
hesitation JIoIdWI and there was no aeon more at attempt attpt attempt ¬
tempt made by the t poet to assume wo any anyof aayof an anof y
of those attitudes which he feared might mightcause mt mtND mightcause
cause ND him to be taken t e for his American Americanfellowbard AJaerlcanfaUowMrd Americanfellowbard
fellowbard fellowbardIt faUowMrdItSs
It ItSs is a great t mistake mlIt e to Imagine I thatthe that thatthe thattJNt
the 1 Kaiser doe docs not care for dogs dogsthat aad aadthat aINItMt
that be ha hall no canine pets On the con eontrary contrary eoaWI ¬
trary WI he la accompanied everywhere veywkrea by bya bra
a couple of dachshnnls which are the thenational UaeuUoa1 t tnational he
national dogs of Germany and If any ad additional additional 4 4dlUoa1 ¬
ditional fact were necessary DeeeII1 to add tuthe te tethe t ttll4l
the Kaarperors lar > > eror popularity In 1 his III own do dominions domIDt dominion ¬
minions mIDt Mae would go further than this thisproof lha lhaproof th thproof is
proof af 0 his affeetloa deell for the friendlyubiqultons friendly friendlyubiquitous frleadl frleadlablQ1llt0a8
ubiquitous hausfreund tile German GermanteckeL GetmauteclceL Germ GermteckeL aa
teckeL teckeLWhile teclceLWhUeteaelq teckeLWhile
While WhUeteaelq fencing is at t a discount te the therreneh theFrnek
rreneh 1 army aI1D as shown In the roes roessaber recent recentMher NeatIter t
saber Iter and rapier duels duel MCw between erncem erncemand oIIetNaDd ofitec ofitecand a
and etri civilians where wiler the latter have Jtay al always alwn alwan ¬
ways carried the day y sad I to likely J likelybecome relylo relyloMeome to tobecome
become still UII more neglected by m1N m1Ninns military militaryman tarT tarTowt
man owing owt to Ole dfst diirlishsd ttIWIrtalloe ttIWIrtalloeec1M teho lmpor lmporof imaortaaioa imaortaaioa6C tarts
6C ec1M the th llwwld as a weapen wean W aloes DM wa war r 1
is Souttt Sout Africa ArrlcaFrance France indeed having havingcommenced 1IaTiDleommeaeed havingcommenced
commenced to abolish both her military militaryfencing militaryfencing lI1tarr lI1tarrfe
fencing fe clag schools and fencing mastersthe masters masterstbe mutersthe
the art rt of Tierce et Quart still tlll retainsall retains retainsall retalasall
all Its popularity In the French church churchand eharehaDd churchsad
and one of the crack e k fencers fence ia n France Franceis FranceIe
is I Mgr Ardln Archbishop of Sean while whilealaioat wblleall1 whilealmost
almost all1 equally noted for their skill ktll with withtbe wltbthe withthe
the foils toll and with the saber ber are re Mgr MgrLatty K MgrLaity I ILatty
Latty the bishop of Chalons Mgr M Bat Battlfolier BatmoUer Battltoller
tlfolier the bishop of Mende and Mgr MgrPwnefoy MerPUe01 MgrPv
Pv Pwnefoy rnefoy the bishop bI b1 kop p of Le Rochelleihe Rochelle RochelleThe Rocbellefhe
The bishop bI op of Mende Men Mende Je indeed Is s also al fa famous famoaa tamons ¬
mous as a fwrInband whip while thebishop the tbebishop thebl
bishop bl op of Le x Koehelle not content withbeng with wlUtbeing wlUbe
being be g a magnMcent lceat fencer is recognized recognizedas
as one of the crack pistol shots ta in inFrance IIIVraDCe inFrance
France FranceAll VraDCeAll FranceAU
All this th carries carrl us back to the days da of ofCardinal orCard1na1 ofCardinal
Cardinal Richelieu RleheU who used often ia iaspito laplto inspite
spite plto of Ms W ecclesiastical eeeJ lUcat character toride to torid toride
rid ride abroad with the raptor dangling by byhis bJhla byhis
his side and 4 mounted on a magnlncent magnlncentcharger JDapll1eeti JDapll1eetieUrpr magalficentcharger
charger and a d te t the time even earlier earlierwhen earlierwhen i iwbets
when prelates belonging to tbe church churchmilitant churchmilitant i
militant being unwilling to abed blood bloodwere bloodwere I
were wont to ride Into battle with 1th aheavy a Kheavy ahv
heavy hv steel t1 mace J aft or club with which whichthey wblchthe
they the did quite as much execution as a if ifarmed UarJIM4 Ifarmed
armed with wit sword non or spear spearNot spearNot pearNot
Not only tbe Sultan but also his prin principal prtDdpal prineipsl ¬
cipal officials are breathing audible sighs elghof sighsof Igb Igbof
of relief owing to the promotion of Privy PrivyCouncilor PrlY PrlYCoancllor PrlryConnellor
Councilor Maximoff from the post of offirst offirst f flIt
first dragoman of the Russian embassy embassyat
at Stamboul to the post of minister mlalaterpleniPOtentiary ministerplenipotentiary
plenipotentiary of the Cur at Cairo In Inthe IntM Isthe
the Turkish capital all verbal diploma diplomatic ¬
tic communications are conveyed by the tbedragomans thedraaomaa thedragomans
dragomans of the various rloa embassies and andIt aadIt
It Is only oDI when there is I some especially especiallyImportant npeellI npeellIImportant especiallyImportant
Important message m to convey colin to the Sul Sultan Sultan ¬
tan In person that the ambassador con condescend eondeeeead condescends ¬
descend to deliver It himself 80 that thatfor thatfor thatfor
for the past ten years yea Maxlmoff has beenthe been beenthe beentM
the only onl Russian representative with withwhom Wltbwbota
whom the Turkish dignitaries and min ministers mlaIlttera ¬
liters have hay been in constant intercourse httereoanea intercoursestd intercourseand
and a the latter baa not been bee pleasant pleasantFor pJuutFor
For there were few days 4a7 when Whe be did didnot didBOt didset
not storm bully ball or abuse the Ottoman Ottomanstatesmen Ottotnan8tat
statesmen 8tat Dlea being compelled to submit tt to toIt toJt
It all wail haawltrd kfiwS Jc g that it Was la his
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of Dinners and Luncheons Scheduled S
Atterbnry and Miss XI Mary Barton Atter Atterbnry Atterbury
bury bnryThe buryTb 17 17Tbe
The Tb marriage of Flaky Peter Dunne DunneMr Dua DuaMr DuaneMr
Mr Dooley t te Miee X Margaret Abbott Abbotttook A1 Abbotttook IoMt IoMttook
took place yesterday noon OOII at the borne borneof Jtonieor borneof
of the brides mother uer Mrs Charles Chari P PAbbott pAbbott PAbbott
Abbott at No M > N West Nt Thirtysixth ThirtysixthStreet TJalrtyalxthStreet ThirtysixthStreet
Street the Rev William wml OBriea Pardow Par Pardow 11dow
dow S J officiating otlelaUn og c1stfng < < The wedding wascelebrated was wascelebrated wascelebrated
celebrated quietly only the immediate hamedlater immediaterelatives immediaterelatives
relatives r IUTes of the bride and bridegroom bridegroombeing 1Kide8rooatbel bridegroombeing
being bel present presentAfter preMJItAfttr presentAfter
After the ceremony an informal InfertdlQ wed wedding wedding ¬
ding breakfast was served IIen aDd later laterMr laterXr haterMr
Mr and Mrs Dunne started from New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York for a two weeks trip in the South SouthUpon Soul SouthUpon
Upon their return they will be at athome athome
home at 30 West Thirtysixth Street StreetPete StreetPete
Pete Dunnes Mr Dooley narra narratives Darr DarrtlYes narratines ¬
tines have made bis hi name famous Inevery in inevery IIIevery
every Englishspeaking country and aD Mrs MrsDunne Xr XrDaane MrsDuane
Dunne has ha also been engaged in literary literarywork literaryYofKk literarywork
work for some time They firs met InChicago In InChicago InClalcao
Chicago tile former home of o both Ia and andwere andWfiC sodwere
were playmates when 1Mnt cblMrenTelegrams chlklruTeleKl children childrenTelegrams
Telegrams TeleKl of congratulation co gratalaUoa were re received reeetTed recefved ¬
ceived from Anthony Hope Justin Hunt Huntley Hunt1ey Hunticy
icy McCarthy Sir Henry Irving IrTt Sir CO COBS Co1taJt Conan ¬
BS nan Doyle W W Jacobs CutlMTe Culll < < hyseacid Ilyne Ilyneand Hyneaact
and many others othersBaltimore ollteraBaltiJROfe othersBaltimore
Baltimore NtH NetesMiss NtHXiu MetesMiss
Miss Blair of Chicago and Miss xis It FleM FleMof hlebdof fleW fleWoC
of Washington are visiting ltJag the Misses MissesMcCormick I IXcCormlck
McCormick at Cloverdale their borne borneon homeon
on Eutaw Place extended extendedMr extlMMeIJill
Mr Walter tie C Poultney has sent sentout Mntout seatoat
out Invitations for one o of his charming charmingmusicals cMrml cMrmlJlUNlleaJ charmingmnsicsis
musicals on Tuesday evening December DecemberK
K at his residence OR o tics < 0t < Paul Street StreetAn StreetAn StreetAn
An interesting program INosr of 6 f both oUI vocal vocaland vocaland YOCa1and
and instrumental seteeUeac Ieet will be berendered berendered berendered
rendered renderedMrs renderedXn
Mrs ileitis Ute mother of 0 tile first ttrstwife Anatwife firstwife
wife of Baron Moaebeur the Belgian Belgianminister BeJpanmlnlter
minister and his 1 three little daughters daughtersare
are in a Baltimore where the children are areattendiue areattendlL areatterdicr
attendiue school schoolEvery lleboolJbery
Every Sunday Sunda the baron either pays paysthem paysOtem paysthem
them a visit here or has a visit from fromthem fromthem fromthem
them in Washington for the day dayThe daTeT1ae
The members of the Green Spring Val Valley VlleT ¬
ley Hunt Ch Chttt met yesterday nter aY morning morningat ral ralat
at 630 oclock at Bernside Gate tlwestate tbe tbeestate l e etate
estate tate of Mr Samuel 1 W Shoemaker in inA lathe
the valley valleyA valle valleA
A charming cbarlDia < < dinner diD was given last lastevening Itenmng
evening to Miss M Martha > > art1la Lee Jenkins Jenkinsone JeaklnODe
one of the seasons debutantes tant by 1 J Miss MissKltssHetfe XIaXll Miss1tiahetira
KltssHetfe Xll ahetJl > Me Been Ieaaabler a ber bea MMI1 MMI1NortJa beaer Met MetNorth
North Charles CIIar Street StreetMrs StreetMrs
Mrs Frank Sherwood Kambleton ofSOd of
20 SOd West Monument Street baa ivied iviedinvitations lasuedinvitations lanedlutatJo
invitations lutatJo for a reception r Uoa on December Decembers70
20 to meet Mias civic 10 Hlllen Jenkins Jenkinsand JeadOllaDd Jenkinsand
and Mias s Gertrude artnl e Seckel Jenkins JenkinsSmart leakl leaklSmart
Smart Set in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaAn PkilaielpkiAn
An interesting visitor in Washington Washingtontbe WaablOllthe Waahingt Waahingtthe
the coming eotata week will be Miss XI Sllnor SllnorWilson Bli BliWhen Iaor IaorWI nor
Wilson WI of c Wilmington Del She is file tbedaughter filecIaaber t he
daughter at c Oft James H Wilson U S SA SA
A military envoy to the coronation o of <
power to at any a moment l bring matters mattersto matte matteto tters ttersto is
to a crisis er between his government and andtheir aDdtJIe1r n n ntheir d
their ownMaximoits own owsMaximoffg ow owXaxlmo
Maximoffg Xaxlmo < < promotion Is not altogether altogetheran sltogshean r
an honor but t may be looked upon rather ratheras rat1leraa rail railas r
as in the light of a disgrace ce and aribeen andbeen baa baabeen
been rendered necessary IH tftMry by his domes domestic dOIllntie domestic ¬
tic relations reltlo Indeed it is 1 the Russian Russianambassador Russiaamoos In Inmb n
ambassador amoos mb odor himself at Constantinople Constantinoplewho Constantinoplewho
who has Insisted upon his hi transfer to tosome tooUter t U Usome
some other post t For Privy Councilor CouncilorMsxlmoff CouacllorXulmoft CouneitoMaximolf r
Msxlmoff In spite of his three score scoreyears IIeor IIeorean scoreyears
years ean is I a very gay man so much soindeed so soindeed BOIDdeed
indeed that his wife and his hi daughter daughterhave daqaterbaye daughtehave r
have found it absolutely a eohltely impossible to tolive tnlive t tlive o ro
live with bin dividing 11eI1 their time in inconsequence 1ftCODMftUence i iconsequence n
consequence l Letween etweea Paris Prl and StPetersburg St StPetersburg Stretersbu11
retersbu11RMlDtIy PetersburgRecently Petersburg PetersburgRecently
Recently however he applied for farobtained aad aadobtained aD4lobtallHd
obtained a dissolution of hi his marriage marriageand malll mallland marriageand
and as a soon as freed at once proceeded proceededto proceed proceedto ed
to wed a young 10UD < < woman who bad prevfously pre previously preTlously ¬
viously occupied an extremely extremel equivocal equivocalposition quhocaIposition I Iposition
position In his establishment and who whowas whow wirewas
was w the daughter of K particularly dis disreputable dl dlreputable diireputable ¬
reputable subject of tbe Sultan This Thisrendered Tbl Tblrendered Thurendered g
rendered his hi remaining lIIAlaJns at Constantinopie Constantino ConstantinoI Constantinopie
I pie out of 0 the question and be bebeen b Is s sbeen abeen
been shunted uated to Cairo which seems MeI a t cshare to tosbare tbare s <
bare with Switzerland tbe distinction distinctionof dlstilcUoof a
of being the haven of refuge for diplo diplomats dlplot diplomate ¬
mats t whose domestic mUe relations are of a anature aDal1lre S Snature
nature to reader them impossible else elsewhere eleewher8 elsewhere ¬
where whereUntil wher8I whereUntil
I Until tfc thn J British plenipotentiary pJenlpote Uary Lo LoCromer Lord LordCromer LordCromer rd
Cromer married the other oU day cia the po position polilt paaction ¬
action lilt loa of Doyenne Doye ne of o the foreign dip dipmatic diplo diplomatic diplomatic ¬
matic corps cor la the Egyptian E < < JpU capital capitalheld was washeld wubelel
held by the wife of o tIM Dutch minister ministerson mllterson minist ministson er
son of a leading leadl Dutch statesman Tile TbeDutch TileDutch T TDutch os
Dutch envoy bwl eloped with tile wife wifeof wileor wif wifof a
of a friend and after h her r divorce bad badmarried badmarried ha hamarried
married her aDd was wa sent t to represent
his country In Egypt owing to the fac facthat fact factthat factlhat t
that his wife would ould not have been received re received rlelYed ¬
ceived anywhere else el At one moment momenttoo momenttoo momenttoo
too the Belgian lllan minister HI Cairo was wasa wa waa waa
a mAn who had hues sent there because becausebe beeaueh beca becahe
be h had married a New Ne York woman womanwith wo wowith womswith a
with whom he had eloped from Washing Washington Wal Washington te teton ¬
ton and whose JtoH first husband after hav having MVIq hsvlug ¬
lug been II wounded in a duel with ltJa tbe tbeBelgian tlwtBelal t tBelgian
Belgian Belal had divorced her These sronly are areonly ar aronly e
only a few of many JDaD similar instances instancesthat Instancetha tane tanetHt s
that tha could be cited citedMAKQUISE cltetlJLAHQUlSE citedYAHQUISE
King Edward last summer r wfeer where whereattracted Mr b battracted
attracted a great deal of attention because be because Ncau ¬
cau cause of o her beautyShe beauty beautyShe beatyS1Ie
She is I the Ills Wilson who attained attainedpublic attainedpublic
public notice a month oath ago a while the thecrown tfcecrown t1teero
crown ero prince of Siam St waa here The Tbelatter Thelatter
latter met Miss Wilson in Lotion and andwas aMwa aidwag
was wa a guest at t her fathers fallier home whenho when wbeitb ow owla
ho b was in America AmericaMr AmericaXr AmericaMr
Mr Townsend who was minister Iaator toPortugal to iePortugal toPortupt
Portugal before his transfer trAlMf to Belgium Belgiumand Belgiumand Deist Deistaad
and Miss XI Town Toe + end were ere tbe guests X1teMthe gtw oC oCtbe oftee
the tee King XI and Queen Q ea of Bnglaad 1aad at Sad Sadringbam SA SArJqbanl Sandringbam
ringbam during tile visit 1t of King Caries Carlesof Carl Carlof Cariesof
of Portugal PortugalInvitations PortDpIInvJtatJo PortugalInvitations
Invitations InvJtatJo appeared yesterday for the tbeNew tMNe theNew
New Ne Year breakfast given atye annually 111 by byMr byMr
Mr 1 and Mrs ra Walter LippimHrtt Thisfunction This Tbtsfunction TJMcfunction
function baa been regarded for a number somberof numberof HMMror
of years as one of 0 the regular fixture fixturetbe Axltlr of ofthe c cthe
the winter seasonMrs season seasonMrs UOD UODXrs
Mrs William Prescott Hunt of Chi Chicago CWcaw Chicano ¬
cano caw who wll has beea making 1 a visit b Hr Hrwltll here herewith r rwith
with her cousins Mr 1 and Mrs ra George Geer Geerw GeorgeW < <
W Child Drexel at Wootten will leave leavefor 1 1foc leavefor
for home todayDr today todayDr 1Oda 1OdaDr
Dr S Weir Mitchell president floC o rf t tFranklin tbe tbeFranklin t tlIraDkll1l M
Franklin Ina Club will 11 give at a dinner diaaerFranklins enFranklins 8M 8MJfrak1I
Franklins Jfrak1I birthday January f fMr SXr dMr
Mr and Mrs William m Calrla Moors Xow of ofMU
MU 11 Baring Bart Street are spending tac a fewdal few fewdays fewda
days da dal IB Washington ashlqto D a aGossip C CFrem CGossip
Gossip Frem Kerfelk NorfehcMr KerfelkMr
Mr 1 Walter H Taylor Jr is spending speadtaga apea t ta
a few fe days day in Washington D C CHarry CHarry CHurry
Harry Jordan lieutenant II llteaant U S A AbeeB whohas who whohas
has been In Smithfield attending the tbamarriage themarr1ase themarriage
marriage of Iris bl sister ter sad also aura In I Nor Xorfolk Mortollt Norfolk
folk for a few days returned on Thurs Thursday Tbanday Thursday ¬
day at Fort Monroe MonroeMrs XonlOers MonroeMrs
Mrs rs Arthur Johns who has been the theguest theKYUt theguest
guest of Miss I Nina Johns returned on oaThursday onThulllda onThursday
Thursday Thulllda to her home in Washington WashingtonEXREPRESENTATIVE WqtonEXREPRESENTATIVE WashingtonEXREPRESENTATIVE
R Republican puWi H Leader in Bucks County Countyaad CountyaBd Countyand
and Sarevd Two Terms ia Con Congress Conxr Congress ¬
gress xr From Pennsylvania FenaaylvantaDOYLESTOWN PeauylvuiaDJYLESIOWN PennsylvaniaDCYLFSTOWN
DOYLESTOWN Dee 10 lORobert Robert M MTardier XYarelley HYardley
Tardier former Representative from fromthe fromtile fromthe
the BucksMontgomery district dropped droppeddead droppedcleM droppeddead
dead while sitting ia his orate 0 reading readinga
a letter yesterday moraine JDOr He hadboss had hadbeen hadb
been b troubifd troubl for some time with acute acuteIndtmstioa acateIDdl acutetndtoestio
Indtmstioa IndtmstioaMr IDdl tndtoestioMr 8tloa 8tloaKr
Mr Yardley Yanlle was the one Republican Republicanleader Repub1kaDJ Republicanleader
leader J of Bucks county and was w trust trustHe trustbJ trusted
ed bJ the rank and ill of the part partH party partyHe
He H was president preslde t of the board of school schooldirectors IleJaooldirectors schooldirectors
directors a member of the board of ofhealth 0 0IHMIOI ofhealth
health and a director of the BucksCounty Bucks BucksCounty BucbCOURt
County COURt l Trust Company CompanyHe eomJNUae CompanyHe
He e was a greatgreatgraaaeoa jlreatred3r jlreatred3rTIIonIu of ofThomas f fThomas
Thomas Yardley the founder 1MIer of the thefamily l ltly
family la 1 this countr countrRobert cottatrKol
Robert Kol ert M Yardley Yartt was hors Iter In Yard Yardley Yardley Yardley ¬
ley Bucks county Pa on October tktotsa etober etober11M 9 9ISM
ISM After reeerriag reetnas an academic education edu education ech echaUon ¬
cation be studied law and was w admitted admittedto
to the bar at Doyleatown la I 1572 1S72 Iii Ever Kversince Eyeratltce Eversince
since that date he had been in theactive the theactive tbeactlYe
active and f Dd successful practice of his hisprofession lalsprofeaelon hisprofession
professionHe profession professionHe profeaelonHe
He took an active part In politicalsEaln political politicalaffairs polltlealaffl
affairs affl also being elected district at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney in 1879 and serving nl8 as a dele delegate delepte delegate ¬
gate in the Republican national conven convention convention ¬
tion of 1884 In 1886 Mr r Yardley waselected was waselected wa waelected
elected to represent in the lower branch branchof branchoC branchof
of Congress Coaere the Seventh district of this
State then comprising Bucks and Dd Mont Montgomery XootIOmery Montgomery ¬
gomery counties and ad was reelected reelectedAfter reeIMtedAfter
After serving two terms in the House nou
Mr Yardley returned to the practice of
his profession at Doylestown and was
frequently seen een 1m I a the courts of PhlladehthSa Phila ¬
delphia dehthSaIn delphiaIn
In May 1891 he was Wa appointed by b
Comptroller of Currency Lacey receiver receiverof
of o the bankrupt Keystone Keton National Hankof Bank Bankof
of Philadelphia and entered upon the I
duties datl of 00 that onerous position on the the19th tll
lath l > > th of that month In August 1S94
the receivership recelverabl of the Keystone an and < i
Spring Garden banks were w re consolidated
Gen H F 1 Fisher retiring from
the thecontrol thecontrol thecontrol
control of the lh lastnamed institution institutionwhich hUtuUoowhlcb Institutionwhich
which was transferred to Mr Yardley
who remained in a charge of both of 0 the
looted banks bank until their complicated complicatedaffairs complicatedaffaln
affairs were ere wound up upUWIOIf upUKION
At a regular assembly auembl of Encampment KncampmentNo EnClU pmnt pmntNo
No 111 Ifoian Veterans Legion held at attheir attheir
their hall ail and all 31 Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaAvenue PennIYanlaAYfnaf PennrEranlaAvenue
Avenue southeast Friday Frida evening De December December Diti ¬
cember 5 the following were elected of officers 0 0Icen ofof ¬
ficers of the encampment for the ensu ensuing easuIng easnIsg ¬
ing year yearFred rurFred
I Fred R Sparks colonel eolo el Edward
Quigley lieutenant l llteDant colonel C S Wild Wilder Wilder Wilder ¬
er major the Rev H N Coda chap ¬
lain W M Newell M D surgeon > > urg W WL WL
L Foulkf Quartermaster James J A AAllen AAllen AAllen
Allen officer of the day Daniel OCon OCORnell OConnell OConisle
nell trustee for three years yearnThe yearsThe yeanTIte
The first colonel of o this encampment encampmentwas ea = aIDPMet aIDPMetw
was w Gen Green Clay Cia Smith who died a
few years ago 0 All of o th the succeeding succeedingcolonels aucceedhagcolonele succeedingcolonels
colonels in their order were present asfollows as asfollows s sfollows
follows Philip Mettgar Oliver Shaw T TJ TJ
J Shannon W T Pierson Herbert H HRay Hby HRay
Ray W I Himes W K Hlllyer Willis WillisWUson WIlUsl180n WutlaWilson
Wilson l180n J F Allison and the present presentcolonel pre nt ntcoloael
colonel J M Ile Elmore A Jolly JoII time of ofgood tfood
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