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THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY DECEMBER 15 1902
DOINGS OF A DAY DA Y IN THE WORLD OF SOCIETY SOCIETYAFFAIRS SOCIETYAFAIRS SOCIETYAFFAIRS
AFFAIRS IN WASHINGTON AND OTHER CITIES I
The President and Mrs jl11 1 rs s Roosevelt ooseve t to En Entertain E1Ztertai1t 7L ¬
I tertaa tertain t at Dinner D Dinneriiz t1zer Tonight T011ightFzrst opt 2 Zt First Z st State StateDinner SlateDZ1zner tote
Dinner iiz Zer at White IV sate House Thursday 7
The he White House HouseThe HouseTht HouseThe
The > President attended aU tl tbe s Orace GraceDutch OraceDuth OraceDutch
Dutch Reformed Church yesterday ye tertlay Mrs MrsRoosevelt MrsRoosevelt Irs IrsUOClSEP1t
Roosevelt was as trawl oaa one of the ooa ooarTogatlon eoa11gatioD oosgrgatlon
rTogatlon at St John JohnThe J Jokes JokesThe R RThe
The President and Mrs Irll Roosevelt will willentertain wl11cntertaln willcntertaln
cntertaln at dinner tonight The table tablewill tablewill
will will 111 be laid IB the state dining room roomMlaa roomMiss roomMiss
Miss Alice AU Roosevelt will be the guest guestthis guestthIs guestthis
this week of Miss I Cutting C tUag the daughter daughterof cl gkter gkterof
of Mr and Mrs R Fulton Ful Cutting of ofNew o olew ofNew
New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The first state te dinner of the season seasonwill MaNnW111 seasonwill
will take place pIa Thursday Tk rMaY ovening oveningAmong onBlagAmong oveafagAmong
Among the Diplomats DiplomatsCount DiplomatsCount DiplomatsCount
Count Caeelnl the Russian Ru lan ambassa ambassador amMHador aaabaseador ¬
dor called at the White House Hou Satur Saturday Sfl Saturday lr lrday ¬
day to present Colonel Raspopow the thenow thenlW thenew
now military agent of the embassy to tothe tothl tothe
the President The ambassador amb88 ador was also alsoaccompanied alsoaccompanl alsoaceompaniel
accompanied by Baron Person Fer the Ut re retiring retiring retiring ¬
tiring naval agent who went itnt to say saygoodby sargoodby saygoodby
goodby to the President ae he has plan planned plnned planned ¬
ned to leave lea Washington shortly Both BothColonel BothColonel BothColonel
Colonel Raspopow and Baron Fersen Fersenwore FerNDWore Fersenwore
wore tbe uniforms of their rank rankBaron raDkBaron rankBaron
Baron and Baroness Baro Fersen will be begreatly hesreatly begreatly
greatly missed at the Capital where wherethey wkerethey wherethey
they have been stationed for the past pastfour pastfour pastfour
four years and where they have made lademans mademany mademan
many man friends friendsTbe friendsThe
The British ambassador and Lady Her Herbert Herbert Herbert ¬
bert will give an afternoon reception to tothe totht tothe
the combers of e the Diplomatic Corps Corpsend OerpsDnd Corpsand
end their families fIII tomorrow at S oclock oclockThe oolockThe oclockThe
The Countess Count ZanltlnlBalazas editor editorof editorofthe editorofthe
of ofthe the Italian Review who has come cometo aometo cometo
to America la the interest of her work workIB workIs workis
Is a guest gae t at the Italian Embassy EmbassyDinners BmbaHYDinners EmbassyDinners
Dinners DinnersMrs DinnersMrl DinnersMrs
Mrs Marlln E Olmsted wife wife of the theRepresentative theRepresentaUve theRepresentative
Representative from Ponnbylvania who whowill whow111 whowill
will be ono of the matrons of honor at atthe atthe a athe
the marriage of Miss lIH Henrietta Bates t tMcKee to toMcKee toMcKee °
McKee Dunn McKee l Kee on December 27 27hat Ziha 27bah
hat ha sent out invitations for a dlnae dlnaet dinaet1bonor la lahonor In110nor °
honor of Miss MSe Bates December DtHle br H 2 Her Hergaests Herguests He Heguests r
re
guests will be the other n rusrabera D fibers lbers of the thebridal thebridal th thbridal e
bridal party partyThe partyThe partyThe
The Chief of o Engineers and Mrs Irs GIl GllIceple GIl1esple Gillespie
Iceple will entertain ontort entertain ln at dinner FridaySenator Friday FridaySenator Frida FridaSenator
Senator and Mrs Irs Scott vbe ho are llvis llvisat living livingat IIvhgat 8
at the New Willard this Uti winter will m en entertain entertain entertain ¬
tertain at dinner tomorrow t llHHrow night nightMr nightlran nlghtMr
Mr lran and jMrj l Cropper gave a dinner jof joftwelve of of1wplve o ocovers i
twelve covers covers Saturday Set Saturday rllay evening The Theguests Thegue Theguests
guests gue ts were Mr and Mrs McCauley Dr Drand Drnnd Drand
and Mrs Ira Lawr Lawrence Dr and Mrs Irs Barn Barnwell BarBwell Barnwell
well Mr and Mrs Brlee Mrs Erne Ernstnnd Ernetand Erneand t
and Blair Lee LeeThe lAeThe L
The Italian ambassador will eaterta eatertaat entertain entertainDt terlaln terlalnnt l °
Dt dinner tonight tenightMr tenlgktIr tonightMr
Mr Ir Norman of the British emboss embossgave embassy embassygave emNHYSave y
gave a dinner at the tli New Wlllard la lanight last lastnight laetnight
night His guests were Mr and Mrs MrsReginald MrsRegillalcl MrsReginald
Reginald de Koveii + Mr and Mrs Irs Walter WalterFarwell WalterFarwell Wal WalFarwell
Farwell Mr and Mrs Frederick Reese Roosevelt ROIHIVolt Reesevelt ¬
velt Scovel Miss 1 Mary Patten Miss MissAlice MINAllee M Ml MlAlice
Alice Ward Miss m Isabelle May a and red
I IL4tn4eB
Geoffrey Howard and Arthur Stanley StanleyIendea of ofLondon
London Mrs Ir de Keven presided presidedMrs prlMlldedhIrs presidedMrs
Mrs McCauleys LuncheonMrs Luncheon LuncheonMrs LuncheonMrs
Mrs McCauley entertained at luncheonyesterday luncheon luncheonyesterday lunchoonY86terday
yesterday afternoon la n honor of Miss Missle MissAnnie IIl IIlAaale
Annie le McCauley who made her debutthis debut dobutthis dolmttbls
this winter Her guests were Miss U Sallle SallleSchrooder SaUleSchroeder SallieSchroeder
Schroeder Miss KI Gwendolln G endoll Ffeulke Miss MissPansy MissPansy l1 l1Pansy
Pansy Bloomer Miss U 8 Diane MorganHill MorganHillMiss MorganHillMiss lorganHIllUH i
Miss UH Elsie Seymour Miss Carolyn Pos Postlethwalte Postlethwaite Postletkwaite
tlethwalte Miss Perkins Mss M H Miller MillerMies MillerII HillerKiss
Kiss II HenleySmith Miss ll Sanger Miss MissMargery MissMargery MissMargery
Margery Colton Miss Randolph Miss MissWllletts MissWllletts US8 US8WllleUs
Wllletts who is the guest of Mrs MrsLowndes Mr MrLowndes MrsLowndes
Lowndes of Massachusetts Avenue AvoaueMiss AvoDueMI AvenueMiss
Miss MI Sargent Miss lIH Jean Crosby Miss MissFrances Mls MlsFrances MissFrances
Frances Sands Miss loll Julia Belrose MssShepard Mss MssShepard Ms8Shepard
Shepard Miss Uss Southorland Miss Elsie B1uieDodge ElsieDodge BIi11Dooge
Dodge and Miss Speed SpeedTeas SpeooTeas SpeedTeas
Teas TeasMrs TeasIrs TeasMrs
Mrs Irs Reginald de Keven gave a small smalltea emalltO smallto
tea tO yesterday afternoon in honor of hersisterinlaw her hersisterinlaw borsl
sisterinlaw sl terInlaw Mrs Walter Farwall FarwellMrs FarwallMrs FarweUMrs
Mrs Horace Westcett invited a num number nUIDber number ¬
ber of friends to an informal tea yesterday yes yesterday yeeterday ¬
terday afternoon to meet her cousin cousinMiss oouslaUH oouslnMiss
Miss UH Eloise Speed SpeedMrs S SpeedMrs ed edMrs
Mrs John W Bayne will introduce her herdaughter herdaugkter herdaughter
daughter Gertrude Ashby Bayre at a atea at8 atea
tea t8 tomorrow afternoon frerr 4 to 7oclock 7 7oclock 7oclock
oclock
Gentlewomens Sale SoleA SaleA SaleA
A sale for fancy aney work and ether art artdoe artir artirclos artlrclos
clos doe made by gentlewomen is l being held heldat heklat heldat
at the homo of Mrs Brintoa Stone 1121Ds 1721 1721De 11lDe
De Solos Street It began at 18 1 oclock oclockthis ooloakthis oolookthis
this morning and will continue until untiloclock 7 7oclock 7oclock
oclock this evening The patronesses patronessesare Patronossesare
are Mrs Knox Miss Cockrell MrsCropper Mrs MrsCropper Irlt IrltCroppor
Cropper Mrs Irs Dowey Countess Ester Esterhazy Esterhazy Esterhazy
hazy Mrs GordonOommlng MrsGeorge Mrs MrsGeorge Mr MrGeorgo
George F Huff Baroness MonchourMrs Monchour MonchourMrs IoncheurMrs
Mrs Henry Perkins Mrs Thomas FWalsh F FWalsh FWalsh
Walsh and Mrs J Thompson Swann SwannMrs awannIrs SwannMrs
Mrs Irs GordonGumming Gordon Cummlag will pour tea An Aninteresting AnIntero A Ainteresting °
interesting Intero tlng feature of a the sale will bethe be bethe bethe
the reading of character by handwriting handwritingby handwritin handwritinby g
by Miss Rowe niece of Admiral RoweThe Rowe RoweThe RoweThc
The success of o the sale is already as assured assured ¬
sured and is largely due to t the energy energyand energyaDd energyand
and enterprise onterprl e of Mrs Hoes Hoe and Mrs MrsStone MrsStone MrsStone
Stone who originated the plan planNotes planNotes planNotes
Notes NotesMr NotesMr
Mr and Mrs Irs James W Wadsworth WadsworthJr
Jr are visiting Mrs Wadsworths par parents parents parents ¬
ents Secretary and Mrs Hay HayJustice HayJustice Hayuetlco
Justice Justicelag and Mrs Peokbara are visit visitIng lsU lsUlog
log their son H B Peckbam at Lake Lakewood Ink Inkwood e
wood wood 000 N J JDr JDr
Dr and Mrs Wallace Radollffe will willreceive w111rlKMllve wSl wSlreceive i
receive at the Manse tonight t nlgkt from S to toIt t 0
0a
1 It oolook o olGOk the members and adherents adherentsof adhorenlof a
of o the Kow York Avenue Presbyterian PresbyterianQbureh PrNhyterlanOhurel1 PrebyterlaChurch a
Church QburehSenator Ohurel1sDtltor
Senator W A Clark of Montana was wasa wa waa waa e
a passanger puseng past eager r on the St St Paul which arrived ar arrived arrived ¬
rived at a New York from Southantpteyesterday Southampton Southamptonyesterday Southamptonyeeterda n
yesterday yesterdaySenator yeeterdasnator yesterdaySenator
Senator and Mrs Dopew purpose purpo e leav leaving leavIng ¬
ing Washington on Saturday SaUirdaT for BUt
more where they will join the Vandor Vandorvilt VandOlYilt Vandorvilt
vilt house 110U e party partyMr part partMr partyMr
Mr Lelshroan Lel hman United States minister ministerto
to Turkey Turke sailed from New York onThursday on onThursday onThuudny
Thursday for Hamburg via Plymouthand Plymouth Plymouthand Plymouthand
and Cherbourg on the Deutschland DeutsehlandMr DeutschlandHr
Mr and Mrs S Mlaot Jones have taken tak taken lakon ¬
en the John Bard Rogers cottage la a For Feroat Forost Farcet
oat Avenue Lakewood N J for the sea seaFormer lleason
son
Former Senator John M Thuraton and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Thurston have recently returned returnedfrom returnedfrom < J Jfrom
from the Hawaiian Islands They have haveleased h hiveleased ve velea
leased lea ed Captain Pitchers PIther house 2138 213 Wy Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming ¬
oming Avenue for the winter Mrs MrsThurston Mr Mri MrsThurston
Thurston Thur ton will rocelve Thursdays Th1r da In Jan January January January ¬
uary uaryAmong uaryAmong uaryAmong
Among the large confirmation class pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared by the Rev Thomas J Kerriek Kerrl k and andthe andthe andthe
the Rev Andrew J Carey which was eontirmed con oonQrmed confirmed
firmed by Cardinal Gibbons at the HolyName Holy HolyName HolyName
Name Church December Decem r 14 was Miss MissHelena 111 111Helena MissHelena
Helena Tracy Trac Wilson Doocy Miss II Doocy Doocywore Doocywore Doocywore
wore a white broadcloth and In compli compliment compliment compliment ¬
ment to Cardinal Gibbons she wore flowing flow flowIng flowIng
Ing streamers and sash of cardinal and andcarried andcarried andcarried
carried a cardinal prayer book Miss MissDoocy MissDoocy IIH IIHDoooy
Doocy Is a descendant of Thomas Nel Nelson Nelon Nelson ¬
son son on a signer of the Declaration of In Independence Independenc Independence ¬
dependence and recently received a aprize aprize aprize
prize from rom St Cecilias Cecilia Academy AcademyBoston AcademyBoston AcademyBoston
Boston NotesPaul Notes NotesPaul NotesPaul
Paul Revere Hall Mechanics Cbanlcs Building Buildingwas BuildingW Buildingwas
was W S bright with glitter of gold braid and andmusical andusloal andmusical
musical usloal with the clash of sabers when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Massachusetts lus obuBotts Institute or Technolo Technology ¬
gy Corps Cadets gave their dance last lastweek lastweek lastweek
weekMrs week weekMrs weekIrs
Mrs Irs Henry S Prltchett wife of the thepresident theprosldont theprosidont
president of the institute Mrs Dana PBartlett P PBartlett PDartlelt
Bartlett and Mrs F G Moore were thematrons the thematrons thematrons
matrons The floor director was Capt CaptJohn CaptJohn CaptJohn
John G Barry and Capt Charles F FWettorer FWetterer FWetterer
Wetterer and Capt G Carlton Simpsonwere Simpson Simpsonwere Simpsonwere
were his assistants assistantsFriday as assistantsFriday lstants lstantsFriday
Friday the national president preet ent of the D DA DA DA
A R IL Mrs C W Fairbanks was treat treated treated treated ¬
ed to another patriotic thrill when she shewas skewas shewas
was escorted OS orted to Plymouth and given an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to view Tl w the famous landingplace landing landingplace landingplaco
place of the Pilgrims Mrs Masury State Stateregent Stateregent Stateregent
regent Mrs Irs Loretta Vining James JamesAdams JamesAdams JameAdams s
Adams Chapter regent re ent and Mrs G W WSimpson WSlmpllon WSimpson
Simpson vice president pro ldont general accom accompanied accompanlod ¬
panted Mrs FairbanksUpon Fairbanks FairbanksUpon FairbanksUpon
Upon arrival in Plymouth the Daugh Daughters Daugbters Daughtera ¬
ters were met by Mr Hathaway whose whosewife whosewlto whosewife
wife was a member mom r of the John Adams AdamsChapter AdamsChapter I IChapter
Chapter and escorted to all the places placesof placosI placosot placeof a I
of interest Afterward Mr Hathaway on ontertained Gntertalned entertained
tertained them at luncheon and followed followedthis toll follow followthis owed owedthis ed
this by a tea at his home to which his hisneighbors blsneighbors hisneighbors
neighbors and friends wore bidden biddenSaturday biddenSflturday biddenSaturday
Saturday with a party of escorting escortingDaughters eMortlngDnugbt escortin escortinDaughtore g
Daughters Dnugbt rs Mrs Fairbanks took an earl earlmorning early earlymorning earlymornlsg y
morning train for Concord ncord where the theontire theontlre th thentire ye e
entire day was taken up with sightsee sightseeing slghtsoeh
ing h trig g and a luncheon given by the regent regentof resentof regentof t
of tho Concord Chapter ChapterMrs CbapterMrs
Mrs Fairbanks left for Washington Washingtonyesterday Walhlngtonyestorday Washingtoyesterday n
yesterday yesterdayFashionable yestordayFuhionable
Fashionable World in New York YorkMr YorkMr
Mr and Mrs Irs Peter D Martin are aredue aredue ar ardue e
due to arrive here within a day da or two twoThey twoThey
They are coming over in time tlm to attend attendthe aUendtbe att attthe
the LlvlngstoHKountze wedding next nextSaturday nextSl1ttlrltay nix t
Saturday Mrs Martin being a oousin o othe of ofthe ofthe f
the bridegroom Mr and Mrs Mart Marthave Martin Martinhave Martlahave a
have had no end end of a good time during duringtheir duringtheir durin durintheft g
their brief stay stay abroad abroad In Parts Parl fife fifewere they theywero tlMywero y
wero made much of and Introduced Intr04t < < 7ed by b y
The Thebert Z British r ZlisL Ambassador A1Jzbassadora1zd and a Z Lady a Her Herbert Horbert er erto ¬
bert to Give a Tea ea Tomorrow T01JZ01 1OWG Gentle Gentlewomen Gentlewomens llte lltew011ze1zs ¬
women s Sale at Mrs M rs Stones 5 tOlle s
IN THE COURTS AND CAPITALS OF THE OLD WORLD WORLDDiscord WORLDDiscord i iDiscord
Discord and Trouble Over Gifts From Monarchs to Their People PeopleBelgium Belgium May Not Receive Leopolds LeopoldsPresent LeopoJdsPresent LeopoldsPresent
Present of the Congo Free State StateParliament Parliament Looks Askance at Osborne OsborneLondons OsborneLondonsLord Londons LondonsLord
Lord Mayor in Disfavor Over the Jews in Roumania
Illluck seems MiM8 to attend gifts made by bymonarcbe bymonarcM bymonarchs
monarchs to the nation aaU There have been beennil beenaU beenail
nil kinds of trouble and disagreeable lll agreoable die dlacusslon dleCUIlIlIOD diecusslon
cusslon In I connection with King Leo Leopolds Leopolds Leopolds ¬
polds promised bequest of the Congo CongoFree OengoFree CengoFree
Free State to Belgium and of the palace palaceof palaceof palaceof
of Laekea with its grounds and of a anumber anum anumber
number num r of other royal obateaus oItatea parksand parks parksand parksand
and estates eetat to the nation the donation donationbeing donaUellng donationbeing
being llng held up in eonsenuenee oo eqUeMe of the dis discovery dlllcovery diecovery ¬
covery that the demented empress Char Charlotte Charlotte Charlotte ¬
lotte of Mexico as a well as the Prineees PrincessPhilip PrineeesPhilip PrlaeeMPhilip
Philip of Coburg Cowr had a proprietary right rightin rightIn rightin
in the th real estate tate In question and that thatInasmuch tllatInaBmucb thatinasmuch
Inasmuch as their mental condition provented pro provented provented
vented their giving any valid consent tothe to totbe totbe
tbe transfer of the buildings and land landthese landthese landthese
these coald not legally be alienated alienatedMoreover alienatedIoreoer alienatedMoreover
Moreover the opponents of the crown and andgovernment andgoverDmut andgovernment
government did net hesitate to point out outthat CHItthat sotthat
that there was a number of strings at attached attached attached ¬
tached both th to the bequest of the Free FreeSlate FreeState FreeState
State and to the donation of the U royal royalproperty royalproperty royalproperty
property 1 In Belgium Belgl strings that entailed entail entailed wil wiled ¬
ed a heavy expenditure 8xpe dUure to the aaUooaltrrasury national nationaladvantage Ul UltrfuufT
trfuufT and a cerrlNlp0D4lag pecuniary pecntftlafTaduntage pecuniaryadvantage
advantage to the sovereign donor donorAcd donorAnd Mor MorADd
ADd now similar trouble has croppedup cropped croppedup eroppeclup
up in England In connection o naeeUe with King KingEdwards KIDSEdwards KingEdwards
Edwards coronation gift of the palace palacear palaceand
ar and > 4 estate af C Osborne O borBe to the nation The Thedonation Thedonation
donation has been lately Ia r engaging thenttcntlon the theattention UteftttcntloD
attention of parliament where it ItgIvfn has hasgtvrn hasgiven
given rise to debate d debatne which can canonly eaaon1y cancub
only have beta extremely iieagroeabie IIIMJ1Oe Ict to toKing toKing toKing
King Edward but which probably gave sa a acertain acfraln acertain
certain amount of l quiet alet saUefaetton aeu to tosome t taom issome
some > of his 11 near r relatives relaU who lNt have havetltterly untItterly havebitterly
bitterly resented his 11 action In connec connection O oseaection IIB e eUon ¬
tion with Osberne OsberneThis 0 OsbornThis 8r 8rThl
This Thl estate of Osborne which was the theprivate thoprivate theprivate
private property of the Ut late Queen Quee Vic Victoria Vlctlrla Victoria ¬
toria wasjBO vas BC yea carefully entailed by her herthat herthat he hethat r
that It has now been discovered that novalid no novalid D9TaH
valid TaH tr transfer nefer thereof to the nation canbe can canbe ca cabe
be made until the Prise of Wales Wal eld eldest eldest Id Idft ¬
est son little Prices Davie comes eom of ofage oragl o oage f
age and qualiled ted thereby UutC 1Jy to give 1I1 1I1Itgal hislegal
legal sanetieB saDClI to a breaking of e the en entail HtaU entall ¬
tail and to the the presentation of the prop property prepert property ¬
erty ert y to the nation nation1uring RaUenluring natlenLuring
luring the eewse of the debate the thefact tile18t thefart
fact was brought to light that Osborne Osborner
r
cost In tbe neighborhood of Mt06 oot a year yearto yearto rearlet
to keep up and that both the King and andhis aodhis andhis
his eon would be relieved of this annual annualdrag aeualdrag annualdrag
drag on their resources ro ouroe by the transfer transferof transferof
of the property to the crown while the thenational theRatIonal thenational
national treasury would w tlld of course haveto have haveto haveto
to saddle itself with the cost costNeither eeetNeither certNeither
Neither tbe King nor the tI Prince of ofWales ofWalee ofWales
Wales likes Oeborne The climate does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not agree agre with them But it does not notfollow notfollow notfollow
follow that the eldest ekl t eon of the Prince Princeof Princeof Princeof
of Wales will take the same viewThen view viewThen viewTllen
Then too it t has been questioned In Inparliament InNIrliament Inparliament
parliament whether the gift to the na nation nation nation ¬
tion is l of eufilclent value to the latter as asto a ato asto
to warrant the additional expense expeo e tothe to tothe tothe
the treasury trea ury which the maintenance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the place would involve There are ob objections obJeetlGBII obJeetlenc ¬
jections from many quarters on economic eco economic eeoDOmlc ¬
nomic grounds to starting a new borne bornefor bomefor bornefor
for deserving erlng officers of tbe military and andmarine andmarle andmarine
marine forces and for their families on onthe ontlte onthe
the lines of the Hampton Court palaceat palace palaceat palaceat
at a cost of fsee0 M9M H a year and It hasbeen has hasbeen haabeeR
been suggested gMt8l1 that If means could be befound befouoo befound
found legally to accept the gift from the thoKing theKIDg theKing
King and from his son It D it should be done donein donela donein
in such a fashion that a sutll sufficient lent por portion portion portion ¬
tion of the land and park could be sold soldfor aoldfor soldfor
for building purposes pur to defray the theIntenance themalDtltllDetI themaintenance
maintenance Intenance of the remainderThe remainder remainderThe rellHlerThe
The fact of tIM matter is that the late lateQueen lateQuee lateQueen
Queen was particularly anxious that the theOseome theO theOsborne
Oseome O ome estate 811tat should neither be broken brokenup brokeatip brokenup
up nor become b o crown property but butshould bul11II011 butshould
should 11II011 remain the private rlvMe domain of ofthe ef1M etthe
the 1M sovereign for the time being and aadwith aB4with andwith
with the object of preventing any other otherdisposition otherdisposition etherdisposition
disposition of the property ropert she Inserted Insertedstipulations IrtedsUpulaUO insertedstipulations
stipulations c in her will 111 of the most mostcaetlron BlOBtctlroR mostcastIron
caetlron characterSven character characterBvea eltaracterJIveD
JIveD had there been no legal obsta obstacle ¬
else cle el to the transfer traD ter of the property to tothe tothe
the nation aUOIt In I connection with the rights rightsof rightsof rightsof
of little Prince
David legislative
sane sanction saneUOft saneUon ¬
tion would have been required req lred fbr the tbeacceptance theaoooptanee
acceptance of the Kings KIDS gift of Osborneswing Osborne Osborneowing Ob rne rneewlag
owing to the fact that It entailed an nd nddltional nddltlonal odditlonal
dltional annual coat to the treasury trea ury of ofJMW9 of1i9 ofi11eA
JMW9 i11eA 1i9 a year In parliament however howeverthe howeTOrthe howeverthe
the veneration for the late lat Queen Is very verygreat verygreat verygreat
great and la the words of G Bowlesone Bowles Bowlesone DowIeone
one of the Tory Torymembefl members there is a
great reluctance on the part of thehouse the thehouse thehou
house hou e of commons to vote In favor of a ascheme aIICheme ascheme
scheme so absolutely nbeohltel and glaringly opposed op opposed opposed ¬
posed to the wishes and ad will of her late latemajesty latemajesty latemajesty
majesty within only two years after afterher afterher afterher
her death deathThere dcatbThere dlathThQro
There tbe matter remains for the pres present pre preeat present ¬
ent and King Edward like his cousinKing cousin cousinKing cOtlloKing
King Leopold finds that people arelooking are arelooking arelooking
looking into the mouth of his bl gift horse horseand koneand horseand
and that the nation Is reluctant to aceept ac aceept accept
eept It even If f ho had the legal powerto power powerto powerto
to make thu presentation which appears appearsto appearsto appearsto
to be doubtful Moreover those who whoare whoare whoare
are unfriendly toward the governmentand government governmentand governmeDtaDd
and the crown are ar questioning the dig disinterestedness dl dlIntere diglnterestodness ¬
interestedness Intere tooness of his motive in making makingthe makingthe makingthe
the girt as the Belgians are doing in the thecase theease thecase
case of King Leopold In a manner mannerthat mannerthat1s that thatIs thatla
Is extremely disagreeable dl agreeable and calcu calculated calculated calculated ¬
lated to create bad feeling both on one oneside ODeside oneside
side and on the other otherThe oUterThe otherThe
The action of the lord lorddon mayor of Loa Load Loudon
don d n In declining to invite the lieumanlan lieu Roumanian Reumanlaa ¬
manian envoy to his hi Inaugural banquet banquetat
at the Guild Hall last month along withthe with withthe withthe
the English cabinet ministers and great greatdignitaries greatdlgnltar greatdignitaries
dignitaries dlgnltar of the United Kingdom and andthe sadthe andthe
the other foreign ambassadors and min ministers mlnl ministers ¬
l isters tera has given slv great offense at courtKing court courtKing courtKing
King Edward la n particular being ex exceedingly exce9lllogy oxceedingly ¬
ceedingly angry about the matter ind tndit indIt 1AdIt
It may safely fely be taken for granted that thatSir thatSir thatSir
Sir Marcus tarn Samuel will receive r he neither neitherthat ReitherthAt neitherthat
that order of knighthood nor yet that thatbaronetcy thatbttroDetoy thatbaronetcy
baronetcy which have aav gradually come eomeJo eomeJobe to tobe e ebe
be regarded as a among the perquisites o oa of ofa ofa f
a lord mayor of London L adoD during his term termof termof termof
of office officeThe omeeThe officeThe
The lord mayor placed this tbl affront affrontupon affrontupon affron affronupon t
upon the Roumanian minister D alater and ipso ipsofacto ipaofacto lp o otacto
facto upon the sovereign represented bythe by bythe bythe
the latter namely King Charles Chari owin owinto owing owingto owingto g
to the Illtreatment of the the lord mayors mayorsJewish mayor mayorJcwlllh mayorJewish s
Jewish Jewish coreligionists corellglonl ts In Roumanla But ButKing Bu BuKing t
King King Edward takes the ground that In Inasmuch Inamuch inasmuch ¬
asmuch as the Roumanian minister mlnl ter Is Islike l lUke s slike
like all other
foreign envoys a mem member member metabar ¬
ber of his court and so to speak his hisguest hisgue hisguest
guest gue t the affront is I one which touches touchesbint touch teuchblnt touchhint ea
hint quite fis fl much as it does do King KingChules Kin KinCharles g
Charles Moreover he holds and rightly
the Grand Duke Boris of Russia whom whomthey whomthey bOM bOMthey
they entertained last summer at New Newpert Newpilrt Newort
p pert ort In England they were the guests guestsof gUM gUMof guestsof
of the Duke and Duchess of Marlbor Marlborough Marlborough Marlborough
ough at Blenheim Mrs Martin isbringing is isbringing Isbringing
bringing over soiue finery with her herwhich herwhloh herwhich
which will be seen at the dances afterthe after afterthe afterthe
the holidays before she and Mr Martin Martingo Martingo larU larUgo
go to California The Impression has hasbeen hubeen hasbeen
been that Mrs Martins Martill sister MiesBlanche Mies MiesBlanche MiuD1ancho
Blanche Oelrlchs would make her debut debutthis debutthis debut debutthis
this winter winterAn winterAn winterAn
An Interesting Intere Ung event is expected be before before before ¬
fore Christmas at the PayneWhitney PayneWhitneyresidence Payno PaynoWbitneyresidence Wbltney Wbltneyre
residence re ldence and Mr Whltneyst Whitney Whitaeysnmcle uncle Oli Oliver 011ver Ollver ¬
ver Payne will ace that Santa Santa anta Claus Clausleaves Clausleaves Clausleaves
leaves a golden shower In his track trackfor traekfor trackfor
for the lucky child Mrs Hay who has hasbeen bIIsbeen hiesbeen
been on here visiting her uonlalaw uonlalawand lIOnInlawand sonialawand
and daughter has returned to her homeIn homeIn home bornein
In Washington Mr and Mrs Payne PayneWhitney PayneWhitney PayneWhitney
Whitney are living In the residence of ofMr otMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs Almerlc Hugh Paget 11 11Bast UBast 11Haut
Bast Sixtyfirst Slx17 rst Street StreetW StreetW StreetW
W C Whitney and a large party ofguests of ofguests orguest
guests are expected at Aiken on De December December Dosomber ¬
cember M for the Christmas Cbr stmas holidaysMr holidays holidaysMr holidaysMr
Mr and Mrs rs John D Rockefeller Rockefellerand RoekfoUerand Rockefellerand
and Mr Ir and Mrs John D Rockefeller RockefellerJr
Jr are at Lakewood The elder Rocke Rockefellers Rockefellers Rochefellers ¬
fellers are the guests guMt of their sonin soninlaw sonInlaw soninlaw
law and daughter Prof and MrsCharles Mrs MrsCharles MrsCbarle
Charles A Strong who have a cottage cottageon
on the Lake Drive Lakewoods fash fashionable fuhlonable fashionable ¬
ionable boulevard boulevardMr boulevardMr boulevardMr
Mr and Mrs Irs John D Rockefeller Jr Jrare jraro Jrare
are in a hotel a short distance from the theStrong tbeStrong theStrong
Strong cottage They attended serviceat service serviceat sorvlceat
at the Baptist Chureb this thl morningYoung morning morningYoung morlngYoung
Young Mr Ir Rockefeller denied a report reportthat reportthat reportthat
that he had come here for his health healthat healthat healthat
at the direction of o his bls physician physicianProbably physicianProbably physicianProbably
Probably the most largely attended tea teaof teaof teaof
of this afternoon will be that given byJohn by byJohn byJohn
John D Crimmins of 40 Bast Sixty Sixtyeighth Slxtreighth Sixtyeighth
eighth Street when his daughter Miss MissConstance 10llnConstance MissConstance
Constance Crimmins will make her herdebut herdebut
debut The receiving party will includeMrs include includeMrs IncludeIrs
Mrs > Irs Albert Gould Jennings nee Crim Crlmmlns Crimmins Crimmine ¬
mine Miss GenevIeve OBrien Miss MissLouise MiseLouise MissLouise
Louise Trowbridge and Miss Ml Katharine KatharineMeCann KatMrJneeCann KatherineMcCann
MeCann eCann There will be a diner after aftertbe aft4lrthe afterthe
the reception but probably no danceunless dance danceunless daneeunle
unless unle an informal oneHrs one oneMrs oneMrs
Mrs Almerlc Hugh Pagat the elder of of ofthe orthe
the two daughters of a William C Whit Whitney Whltne Whitney ¬
ney ne who baa been somewhat out of ofhealth orhealth o ohealth f
health during the last few years hac hacsome hacsome hassome s
some fine sets Ht of jewels which belonged belongedto
to her mother the first rst Mrs William C CWhitney CWbltney
Whitney Ono entire set of empire bow bowknots bowktots bowin
knots In turquoise and diamonds has liasbeen haabeen 1
been vastly admired Mr and Mrs MrsPaget MrsPaget tn tnPaget
Paget have been abroad for a couple of ofyears ofY8 o =
years Y8 MI From resent letters received receivedhere r808ledhere receivedhere
here it Is learned that Mr Paget has hasnow hasBOW ha hanow s
now quite recovered ree nred from rom the effects of ofbis ofbill o ohis f
bill recent shooting accident and opera operation operatlo ¬
tion tlo Mr fr and Mrs Paget who are not notmuch Botmueb no nomuch t
much heard of as a going about in Bag Bagland Eng1tuld Bagload tt
land have every advantage Mr Paget Pagetis t
is one of of the younger of the thirteen thirteenchildren thirteenchildren a
children of the late Lord Alfred PafieL PafieLLady PaA8tLady Page t
ts
Lady Colebrooke one of his sisters has hasmade haam lea s
made m do several s V8ral prolonged stays with Wil William WllUam ¬
liam C Whitney here her and Sydney Paget Pagetpractically Pag Pagpractically t
practically makes his home with Mr
so perhaps that thatlord lord
mayors havo no noright noright a aright °
right or call to concern themselves them 81vee wit witinternational with withinternational withtaternatlonal h
international polities poilU or te take steps stepscalculated stepse stepscalculated
calculated e loulated to Interfere with Uk the friendly friendlyrelations friendlYrelations friendlyrelations
relations of foreign governments with withthat withtbat wit witthat h
that of Great Britain BritainI
I may add that this IB not the first firsttime Drattlmo fir firtime
time that lord mayors of o London bav bavbeen have havebeen haveheen e
been called to account In this
manner mannerfor JDaDnertor mannefor r
for mixing themselves them solves up in matte mattewhich matters matterswhich matterswhlob n
which In the eyes ay of o the sovereign aDd aadof aDdof a aof
of the foreign office In n no wise con concerned concerned conthem ¬
cerned them and I can recall at leas leastwo least leasttwo leattwo t
two occasions oc04 lons when the chief magistratof magistrate magistrateof
of the British metropolis metrop UB was sharply sharp Y
taken to task by the premier for Inter Interfering InterCering laterfering ¬
fering in n a manner altogether
unwar unwarrantable unwarraotable unwarrantable ¬
rantable In tho relations between the thegovernments thegovernmeBla th thgovernments e
governments of Franco and England EnglandOf
Of course Sir Marcus
Samuel has hasjustification some someJustification 8011I8Justification
Justification for his personal resentment resentmenttoward reeen reeenbmeatoward 8IeBt 8IeBttoward t
toward the Roumanian government As Asan Asan A I Ian
an Orthodox Hebrew be e cannot but fee feebitterly feebitterly leebitterly
bitterly about its action toward his eoroligionlets eo coreligionists eorollglODl ¬
religionists religionistsRoumanla rollglODl t tRoumanla
1 1Roumania
Roumanla may ma be said to have duped dupednot dlfpednot dupednonet
not nonet only the Jews themselves tbemllelv but all allthe alltIte al althe 1
the civilized nations of o the world when whenit whe wheit hen henIt a
it offered to repeal all religious and civic civicdisabilities civicdlubllIties clv clvdisabilities k
disabilities to which the Jews Je were sub subjected 8ubJected subJected ¬
jected In King Charles
dominionscondition dominions domlnlo on oncondition Oftcondlllon
condition that she were allowed to tree treethe treat treatthe treatthe t
the Hebrews aa foreigners instead Iateeda of ofas utA
as A heretics heretl The Roumanian government governmentargued gonrBllleBtargued goversm goversmargued ant
argued that the Jews were virtually vlrtnall vlrtnallforeigners y
foreigners being an alien race living livingapart Jt ltrl lDC lDCapart
apart from from the general population populationspeaking JIOJtufaUonlipeaklng popu atio a s sspeaking
speaking a language of their own and andhaving alHlllvtng a ahaving ad
having a religion of their tht > lr own ownThis ownThis
This offer was accepted by the powers powersand p powerand wer werand s
and by the Jews alike But the pr prstate present presentstate eeat
state of the Jews IB worse than the tbefirst thefint t tfirst
first For whereas ordinary foreigners foreignersare ra
are championed and an < < 1 protected by t the thediplomatic thediplomatic
diplomatic and consular representative representativeof a
of their respective countries at Dutcacat Buchar Bucharest BucharNit r ¬
est the Jews Jen In Roumanla have no sue sueprotection such suchprotection Buellprotection if
protection and are thus exposed to dl dlcrlminations dis discriminations dlaOllmlnatlon B ¬
criminations and persecutions whleh whlehcould wklebcould wh whcould lab
could not be practiced on real foreigners foreignerswithout torelgn torelgnwithout era
without protest and trouble being m made madeby madeby
by their several governments governmentsUARQUISE governmentsMARQUISE governmentsMARQCItiE
MARQUISE DE FONTESOY FO TEWY
Whitney Another brother be ether Arthur ArthurPaget Art1wrPaget ArthurPaget
Paget married the daughter ugbter of the late lateMrs lateMrs lateMrs
Mrs Paran Stevens Stevensde SteveMTke StevensThe
The Count Countess de Laugler Villars who whoarrived whearrhed whoarrived
arrived here a month ago from fre Burope rope tobe to tobe tohe
be with her father ta r Johnston Johut Livingston Livingstonwho LlYlDg Livingstonwho tOB tOBto
who to was wa very ill will remain a greater greaterpart grltBt greaterpart r rpart
part of the winter in New York Her Herhusband Herhueb
husband hueb 8d will join her very shortlyMr shortly shortlyMr 8 Ortly Ortlyr
Mr r and Mrs Morton Mitchell who whoowing wtaoowing whoowing
owing to Mrs Mitchells sudden ill illhad illness UlDeIMIuti
had to defer their departure depart re will sail sailshortly sailshortly 1 1shortt
shortly shortt from fr m France where they have havepassed havepaa havepassed
passed paa ed the last few months for thiscountry this thiscountry thiscouDtry
country The demand for transportation transportationis
is J so great that Mr Mitchell ltehell was forced forcedto forC4ldto forcedto
to pay 800 for steamhlp accommo accommodations aOOGIRIDdatlon accommodations ¬
dations Inferior Int rlor to those which could couldeasily oouldUr eooldeasily
easily Ur have been IH en obtained for 3M a few fewyears fewyear fewyears
years ago at any season seasonAfter HUOnAfter seasonAfter
After re reYork remaining a few hours In Ne NeYork New NewYork
York the Mitchells Mfte ells will go to San Fran Fraactace FranolBoe lIraao
olBoe o ee and will return to Europe Buro la the thespring tJteprlng
spring
Social Doings in Baltimore BaltimoreMr
Mr and Mrs Alexander Brown gave a apretty apretty apretty
pretty dinner the other evening eve l8g to a few fewof tewof fewof
of the yoanger younger members of society societyMiss NOletyMIIIII societyMiss
Miss Gladys Glad Glttinga baa 1N returned to toAshburton toA8hbtlrton toAshburton
Ashburton from a visit lsU of several days daysin daysIn daysn
in n Washington Miss Glttlngs will make makeher makeher makeher
her debut at the Christmas german hav having havIng having ¬
ing been in mourning at the time tI of o the theBret thefirn thefirst
Bret MondayMr Monday MondayMr MOBdayMr
Mr and Mrs Irs Alexander Alexan er Preston Pr8tt n have havereturned haveretrned havereturned
returned from their wedding trip and andare aJHIare andare
are now oooupying their residence in inWest III08t InWest
West 08t Biddie HhWI Street StreetA StreetA StreetA
A tea wag given on Saturday afternoon afternoonby afternoonby afternoonby
by Mrs R Stewart Latrobe and the theMisses theMIsee theMisses
Misses Latrobe at their residence 14East 14 14Hast 14East
East Eager Street StreetMiss Street111H1 StreetMiss
Miss 111H1 Alice Hay of Washington Vashhtgt n a nieceof niece nieceof nieceof
of the Secretary of State was amongthe among amongtbe amo g gthe
the outoftown girls girl who came to Bal Baltimore Baltimore Baltiasore ¬
timore oa Friday night to attend the thefirst th thfirst thefirst
first Friday assembly Miss Hay was wa a abelle abelle abelle
belle at the german She returned to toher tolIer toher
her home > > ome in Washington Saturday morn mornlag mornlag morning
lag
Miss Mls Jean Loring of Washington 1 askIDgtOB is isvisiting isvllllUag isvisiting
visiting her grandmother Mrs Mr John H HB
B Latrobe at her home in North Charles CharlesStreet CharI CharIStreet
Street StreetA
A reception In honor of 0 their debutante debutantesister deb debutantsister taBte taBteateter e
sister Miss I Annie Campbell Thomas was wasgiven wasgiven 8 8glvea
given Saturday afternoon after by Mr and andMrs andMrs B4 B4Mrs
Mrs Raleigh Colston Thomas T tM In their theirapartments theirapartmeaUl them themapartments r
apartments in the Arundel Charles CharlesStreet CharI CharIStreet CheriStreet es esch
Street and Mount Royal Avenue A veo Th Thseveral The Theseveral TheseYeral ese e
several drawing rooms were adorned ad med with withtall WithtAll f ch
tall palms and many tropical plants and andthe a d dthe
the vivid red of poinsettia gave the note noteof DOteof not notof
of color followed in all the decorations decorationsproducing decorationsproclueillC decorationsproducing
producing a brilliant Christmas effect effectCOMPULSORY rect rectCOMPULSORY
COMPULSORY EDUCATION EDUCATIONPROPOSED
PROPOSED IN VIRGIN VIRGINIA VIRGINIABill A
Bill Introduced in the House of Dele Delegates Delegates ¬
gates by Mr Stafford Staffordof Staffordof
of Palaski PalaskiRICHMOND PI11askiRICIIMO PulaskiRICHMOND
RICHMOND RICIIMO D Va Dee 151a IS In the thehouse tJteIMMIH t hi hiof be
house of delegates Saturday Mr Stat Stafford Staltord Statford ¬
ford of Pulaski introduced latrochl d a Mil for fercompulsory forcompulsory fee feecompulsory r
compulsory education It provides that thatall thatall the theall i
all children in the State between t tages the theages tMage
ages age of eight and sixteen years shall shallattend shallatttH abelattend 1
attend school 11001 at least sixteen weeks In Inthe latM i ithe n
the year Parents or guardians are to tobe toIN t the
be fined from 6 to 10 for violating t tlaw the thelaw tItelaw
law f fTile
lawThe
The Moorman I89n aa bill appropriating 330 M 60tor
111 89 for the St Louis Exposition came cameUB came111I cam camin e
UB in In a the agnate senate bet owing to a slight slightattendance slightattelHlaoee t
attendance could not be beJMHd passed The Thebill ThehUl Tinbill e
bill received twenty votes voteeoM one less I than thanthe tbaathe tha thathe n
the constitutional e n tlttl nal requirement The Mil Milwas btllwae bit 1
was laid ever until today when it will willbe wt1lbe wil wilbe i
be passed passedMr INNedMr I IMr
Mr Newbottse of o Culpeper gave no notice DOtlce notics ¬
tics that be Intends to offer a bill i in inthe 10tM >
the house to restore the whipping pea post postThis poetThl t
This Thl law was la force in Virginia uati until untilabout untilabout 1
about 1881 The whipping hlpplng of a white whitegirl whitegirl whit S Sgirl
girl by order of a negro magistrate al about aboutthat aboutthat + su t
that time resulted r uUed in Its repeal Numer Numerous Numeroua Numrcue
cue attempts have since been made to tohave tohave t thave 0 0ys
have the law reenacted reenact but always alwayswithout alwaCwltbout alwa ys
without avail availla availIa availIn
la the senate Mr Barksdale of Hall Hallfax HaUtax
fax introduced latr ee4 another pure elections electionshill eleotloohm electionbill s
hill It provides provld a penalty for any can candidate eaadldate ¬
dilate using IRg money in aa election con contest contt ¬
test feetflea
testQen
flea Fitzhugh Lee and family wt wtspend will willspend wm1M It
spend the winter here hereJames henJa boaJames
James Ja Hayes of Baltimore Md 141 the thecolored thecolored th thcolored e
colored associate of John S Wise la a the tbelegal thelegal th thSegal
legal nght against the Virginia coned constitution co conedtution stl stltutloo ¬
tution Saturday filed in the United UnitedStates United9tato d
States circuit court thirty suits suitsagainst sultaaplnel sum
against Governor Montague and the theDemocratic theomoeratlc th
Democratic members memb rs of the constitution constitutional GOItttUl tloll tlollal n ¬
al ooaventloB ooaventloBages 09ByeDtlouTheM
TheM sult sulfa are each for 1 1111 dam damase
ages ape for depriving the plaintiffs plalntl < < of their theirright tlMlrrlaht the it
right of franchise traBen Similar suits Its are to tobe tobe t e
be b Instituted in different parts of the theState theItate th
State The prospect of obtaining money mono monodamages Y
damages 1Ia is probably expected to stimu stimulate aUtllate thin thinlate u ¬
late the colored people IH OPI to contribute contributefunds 8Ontrlbtltohlads 0
funds for carrying on the war against againstVirginias a8I a8IVlrIIa ne 0t t
Virginias VlrIIa constitution constitutionLOCAL con tltutlon tltutlonLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONImportant hIENTIQN hIENTIQNImportant
Important to Men MeniMpcc MenIIIIIkC11MH
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IT wed v tq r b ht t at prte pri plc to please pi p psee pseewith eeete el elwMh <
with MII IfanHad + neaes Mam The tMMe MaWc Jettha J wth e eonty OW
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Costs c eachiK aew 1141 Mk cent te t IMF I + r hear price fAM t tat Kw Kweal
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CHRISTMAS CHARITIES CHARITIESOF
OF MYSTIC SHRINERS SHRINERSPreliminary SHRINERSPreliminary SHRINERSPreliminary
Preliminary Work Will Commence This ThisEvening ThisEveningMeeting ThisEveningMeeting
Evening EveningMeeting Meeting in Bond BondBuilding BondBuilding
Building BuildingThe BuildingThe BuildingThe
The preliminary work ork tor the exten extensive exteoehe extenalve ¬
sive Christmas Chdll llas charities of Alaaa AlaaaTempi AI AIT8Iple AlasasTemple
Tempi Mystic Shrine Shrl will willthle COIDI1Ice COIDI1Icetll18 commeneethis
this evening All members bers of the bas basket buket basket ¬
ket committee have been aeked to meetat meet meetat t tat
at 8 oclock la tile offices ome of Potentate PoteatatePraak PottatelIraak PotentateFrank
Frank K Raymond Bond DutMlog pre prepered prepared prepared
pared for clerical labors laborsthe laborTen laborsTen
Ten days ago blanks were placed in inthe I Ithe
the hands of f each ek of tt 0 the 11M 11Mof members membersof INn INnof
of th the temple with the request that thatthe tMtthe thatthe
the Mmes m ef o deeerviag fanlltea tam to whom whoma W
a Christmas basket could be properly properlyeat properlyHat properlyseat
Hat eat be furnished the committee COlRlllltt It Ja Jafor Iefor
for the purpose purpo e of o transcribing these thesenames t tramM
names upon shipping tags to be at attached attacMd attached ¬
tached to the baskets when whe they are areAiled artIlI1etl
Ailed fi lled that the meeting Uag is called toelght toelghtThis toIIlghtThis toalgbtThis
This work and other matters matt Incident Incidentto IDoWelitto incidentto
to this tbl charity will occupy each oh evening evfcatngof eY 8ll1g 8ll1gof
of the committee from BOW ow until aatllChristmas untilhristmas ut utCltrlatmas
Christmas C Day DayPRESIDENT DayPRESIDENT DayPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT INVITED TOA TO TOA TOA
A COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT COMMENCEMENTSenator COMMENCEMENSelor COMMENCEMENTSenator
Senator Daniel introduced to the Presi President PrellldeBt Preedeat ¬
dent this morning Dr Julius D Dceliar Dreierpresident Dreher Dreherresident DceliarprHk1ent
president resident of Rosnke College con at Salem SalemVa SalemVa Salem1s
Va The he latter presented an invitation Inrltatlonte
to the President to attend the semicentennial IHIJDIceateDDlal semi semicentennial ¬ I
centennial of that institution In tttutlOD which Is to be beheld t tbeld 1held
held June t to 11 next The President Presidentregretted Prldentregrett Presidents Presidentsregretted
regretted regrett that his public engagements engagementsin
in i n other oth r parts of the country would pre prevent pr prnBt prevent ¬
vent Ma acceptance acceptanceTophams a acceptanceTophamfs1a19 Dce Dcet
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Mirrors and Picture Plet re Frames tic 36eup 3ieUl ticup
up upLots
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be found in It our assortment a ortJlHtt Weve Wevea
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