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THE T WASHINGTON TIMES TThSWBDNESDA WEDNESDAY OCTOBEE 00 rOBER 7 1903 19O 7
Social News and Gossip of the Day
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l White hite House HouseFrench louseFrench l lFrench
French Scholars Call CallTwo CallTwo CallTwo
Two distinguished clergymen of ofTrance ofFrnn OfTrno
Trance Frnn c the Abo Kloln and the Abbo AbboSlcard AbboSItard AbboSkard
Slcard wore pre pNonted preont ont 41 l to President Presidentliooscvelt Presldontnooscvclt PresidentToseve1t
liooscvelt yestorday by tho Rev Dr DrStafford DrStnltord DrStafford
Stafford The TbeAbbe Abbe Klein Is a profes professor profosror ¬
sor In the University or Paris and the theauthor theauthor theauthor
author of o several Important works Ho HoIs HeIs Hois
Is a guest of Dr Stafford The Abbe AbbeSlcard Abbecard Abbecard
Slcard card Is n guest at tho Catholic Um UmY UI11V lJniYrsity
Y Yrsity rsitr and Is a historian of promi prominence promlncnC prominenee ¬
nence ncnC Both of the Frenchmen are pro profound profound prolound ¬
found scholars and have boon honored honoredby honoredby honoredby
by having havIn their works crowned by the thoFrench theFrDch therrcnch
French Academy Acadom Their Interview with withlh withth withlb
lh President was extremely pleasant pleasantboth ploasnnt ploasnntbtth ploacantboth
both being warm admirers of his Tho ThoAt ThoA1br TheMtc
At A1br bo Klein Is writing a book on his histravels histrnvts hietrast1s
travels in this country and has given givenit
it tho title Au Pays do la Vie In Intense Intns Intense ¬
tense tns He requested tho Presidents Presidentspermission Prosldentspermission Presidentspermission
permission to dedicate tho book to tohim tohm tobm
him and the President granted It ItCabinet itI
I 1 Cabinet Notes NotesMrs 1 1Mrs
Mrs Knox nox wife lre of the Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyCrnlral AttorneyCcneral
General returned to town yesterday yesterdayfrom yosterdayfrom yesterdayfrom
from their naw home near Valley ValleyForge ValleyForge ValleyForge
Forge Pa Miss Knox is still with withfriends withfriends withfriends
friends In tho North Northand
Dinners and Luncheons
Miss llss Young daughter of Lieutenant LieutenantGeneral LieutenantGeneral LieutenantGeneral
General Young gave a luncheon yester yesterday yestorday yesterday ¬
day afternoon In the blue dining room roomat roomat roomat
at RauEchers In honor of her maid of ofhonor othonor ofhonor
honor Miss Knight and her brides bridesmaids bridesmaids bridesmaids ¬
maids Miss Ruth Kelly and Miss Leah LeahKelly LeahKel LeabKelly
Kelly Kel of Springfield Sprin o1 < l Ohio Miss Car Carlotta Car10tta Carlotta
lotta D Klemm of St Louis Miss Ger Gortrudo Gertrude Gertrude
trude Bayno Hiss Edith Needham Ncedham and andMiss andlIlss andMiss
Miss Mary Wallace DewItt of Wash Washington Washington Washlngton ¬
ington The table was decorated with withyellow withyonO withyellow
yellow yonO and white roses and chrysantho chrysanthemums chrysanthomams chrysanthomams ¬
mams of the theEanfO same color with sprays of oforange oforang oforange
orange blossoms for the finger bowls bowlsCaptain bowlsCaptain bowlsCaptain
Captain Hannay who has been pro promoted promoted promoted ¬
moted within tho last few days enter entertained onterbined entertamed ¬
tamed at dinner last evening at the theArmy thoArm theArmy
Army Arm and Navy Club His guests in included Inc1udcd incudcd ¬
cluded the best man Captain Davison of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Twentysecond Infantry Lieutenant LieutenantHannays LleutenantlInnnays LieutenantIlabnays
Hannays regiment and his ushers Cap Captain Captain Captam ¬
tain tam Hamilton Lieutenant Halford of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Twentysecond Infantry Colonel Ed Edwards Edwards Edwards ¬
wards Captain Mearns of the Twen Twentieth Twen Twentieth Twentieth ¬
tieth Infantry Intantt7 Captain Ramsey and andCaptaJn nndCaptlln andCaptain
Captain Reeve ReeveMrs Reevers
Mrs rs Bayno B yne wife of Dr J W Baync Bayncof BayMor Bayneof
of 1141 Connecticut Avenue gave a thea theater theater theater ¬
ter party pnrt followed followed by a small dinner last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening in honor of her house guects guectsthe gucetsthe gueftsthe
the Misses Ruth Rujh and Leah Kelly of ofSpringfield otSPrlngfleld ofSpringfield
Springfield Ohio ohio and Miss Edith Need Needham 11J Needham d dbam
ham daughter dau btcr of Dr Needham Needhampresident Ncedhampresident Needhampresident
president of Columbian University Universitywho Universitywho Universitywho
who preceded her family here In order orderto odtrto odcrto
to attend ttend the tho wedding wpddlng of Miss Mb Young YoungTho YouugTho YoungTho
Tho Misses Kclfy Kelt who were on school schoolmates schoolmates schoolmates ¬
mates of Miss Gertrude GqrtrudC Bayne Baynewlll will leave leaveWashington leacWnshlngton leaveWashingtonFriday
Washington WashingtonFriday Friday and will sail from fromNew fromNew rom romNew
New York on Saturday for Europe Europewhere Europewhero Europewhere
where they will spend pond the winter winterEdward winterEdward winterEdward
Edward M L and Carl A Droop brothers brothersof hrothersof
of Miss Bertha Droop whose marriage marriageto marrlagto
to Arthur Levarkus of Cologne Gar Germany Garmany Gurmany ¬
many takes place tomorrow afternoon afternooncctertainod nfternoonCI
CI cctertainod tertalned tho bridal party at Cabin CabinJohn Cabl CablJobn CabinJohn
John Bridge last evening The party partyleft partylEft partyltft
left town immediately after tho rehear rehearsal rehearsal rehearsat ¬
sal at All Souls Church in tao private privatecar prIvatecar privatecar
car of the proeidcnt of at the Great Falls FallsRailroad FallsRailroad FailsRailroad
Railroad and returned home about mid midnight mhlnl midnight ¬
night nl t
1 Weddings eddings of f T Todatj TodajHannayYoung oda I IHinnay I IHannay
Hannay HannayYoung HannayYoungThe Young YoungThe YoungThp
The marriage of Miss JrU Elizabeth Young Youngand Yountnnd Youngand
and Captain Hannay takes place this thisrfternoon thiscrteraoon thisC
rfternoon C at St Thomas Th mae Church at 4 4cVlock 4cdoek 4ecloek
cVlock A small roooptlon ro opUon will follow followthe followtlu followth
the th > church ceremony at tho homo of ofGeneral ofGCIlcral ofGera1
General Young 1721 Nineteenth Street StreetKchlGodey StreotKchlGodey StreetIch1Godey
KchlGodey KchlGodeyMiss KchlGodeyUss Ich1GodeyMiss
Miss Uss Elizabeth Godoy daughter of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Katherine atborl e Godey of this city eit and
C Frederick Kohl of San Matoo Cal Calwore Calwore Calwore
wore married today at the home of o the thobrides rhobrides thebrides
brides mother In Cleveland Park ParkJordonManly ParkJordonManly ParkJordonManly
JordonManly JordonManlyTho
Tho marriage of Miss Martha Ellicott ElllcottTyson Ellicott11son EllicottTyson
Tyson Manly daughter of Mrs Lily Ty Tyson T Tson TIson ¬
son Manly to Eldridge Elmoro Jordan Jordanof Jordanat Jordanof
of this city will take placo today todn at 12 12oclock 12oclock j joclock
oclock at Old St Pauls Church Balti Baltimore Baltimore I IOlivaresCoden
more moreOlivaresCoden moreOlivaresCoden
OlivaresCoden OlivaresCodenMiss OlivaresCodenMiss
Miss Florence Codon and Bernardo BernardoOllvarcs BernardoOllvarcs BarnardoOlivarce
Ollvarcs of Pueblo Mexico will be bemarried bemarried bemarried
married this afternoon at tho homo of ofDr orDr ofDr
Dr Dr W Jeromo Pettus of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Marine Hospital Service 182S 182SNineteenth lIiNlnoteenth 1 1Nineteenth
Nineteenth Street StreetKealeTerrelL StreetNealeTerrell StreetealeTerrelI
KealeTerrelL KealeTerrelLMies NealeTerrellMiss ealeTerrelIMiss
Miss Anna Torroll and Hamilton S SNeale SNealo SNealo
Nealo will bo married this evening at
830 oclock at St Michaels and All AllAngels AllAngcls AllAngels
Angels Church ChurchGoughHayden ChurchGoughHayden ChurchGoughHayden
GoughHayden GoughHaydenMiss
Miss Katharine Roberts Haydon of ofMaryland orMaryland ofMaryland
Maryland and Joseph Gough wero mar married married marned ¬
ried today at noon at tho residence of oftho olthe ofthe
the brides aunt Mrs Irs C Co M Hammett HammottReingruvcrHilleary HammettReingruverHilleary HammettReingruverHilleazy
ReingruvcrHilleary ReingruvcrHillearyGrafton ReingruverHillearyGrnton ReingruverHilleazyGrafton
Grafton A Hllleary and Miss Jennie JennieV
V Romgruvcr were married this morn morning morning morning ¬
ing at Trinity Catholic Church corrbr corrbrThirtysixth cOrLtlThirtysixth correrThirtysixth
Thirtysixth and 0 Streets northwest
1 Weddings WeddingsWinsbipWarthen WeddingsWinsliipWarthen l lWinshipWarthen I
WinsbipWarthen WinsbipWarthenMiss
Miss Ida Cecilia Warthen daughter of ofMr otMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs William T Warthen and andMeredith andMeredith andMeredith
Meredith D WInship were married yes yesterday yosterday yesterday ¬
terday morning at the Church of the theSacred theeacrcd theSacred
Sacred Heart Mount Pleasant Only On1 tho thoimmediate thoInnedlate thelinmediate
immediate families of the bride and andgroom andgroom andgroom
groom witnessed the ceremony Cl3romon which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was performed by the Rev Father Mc McGee McGee McGee
Gee pastor of the church The bride bridowore brldowore bridewore
wore a traveling gown of bluo voile voilewith voilewith olle ollewith
with hat to match and carried a bouquet bouquetof
of Bride roses Her Herolster sister Miss Ella BllaL EllaL EllaL
L Warthen was maid of honor and andJames andJam andJames
James Jam s L Lauderdale was best man manUpon manUpon innsUpon
Upon their return from their wedding weddingtrip weddingtrip weddingtrip
trip Mr and Mrs Winship will be at
home at 3340 Fourteenth Street StreetSmithCruikshank StreetSmithCruikshank StreetSznithCrullcshank
SmithCruikshank SmithCruikshankMrs
Mrs Euphrasla Antiscll Crulkahank Crulkahankannounces Crullulhankannounces Cruikhankannounces
announces tho marriage of her daugh daughter daughter daughicr ¬
ter Margaret Euphrasla to S Fred Frederick Frodorlcle FredcrIck ¬
erick Smith The wedding took placo placoyesterday placoyesterday placeyesterday
yesterday at the homo of the bride brl e in inGeorgetown inGeorgetown InGeorgetown
Georgetown The Rev Re Charles OharlM E EBuck EBuck EBuck
Buck rector of St Pauls Church per performed portormed performed ¬
formed the ceremony ceremonyMangumHunter cercmon cercmonMangumHunter ccrcmonyMangumHunter
MangumHunter MangumHunterCol
Col and Mrs Robert F Hunter an announce announce announce ¬
nounce the marriage of their thclrdaughtar thclrdaughtarBlanche daughter daughterBlanche daughterBlanche
Blanche Dorothea to t George Albert AlbertMangum AlbertMal AlbertManguzu
Mangum Mal um of otIarjlnnd otIarjlnndSmallRudd Maryland MarylandSmallRudd MarylandSmallRudd
SmallRudd SmallRuddThe SmallRuddThe SmallRuddThe
The home of Mr lr and Mrs J Nolson NolsonRudd NolsonRudd NelsonItudd
Rudd 520 First Street southeast was wasthe wastho wasthe
the scene of a pretty wedding on Wednesday Wednosday Wed Wednesday ¬
nesday last when their daughter Sarah SarahFrances SamhFrances SarahFrances
Frances became the bride of Charles CharlesEdward CharlesEdward CharlesEdward
Edward Small The ceremony was per performed perConned performed ¬
formed by the Rev E B Bagby pastor pastorof pastoror pastorof
of the Ninth Street Christian Church ChurchTho ChurchIho ChurchThe
The bride and groom entered tbe pret prettily prettily prettily ¬
tily decorated parlors together to tho thostrains thostrains thestrains
strains of tho Bridal Chorus from fromLohengrin tromLohongrln fromLohengrln
Lohengrin played by Miss Graco GracoProctor GracoProctor GraceProctor
Proctor Miss Mary Small sister of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the groom was bridesmaid and Will Willlam Willlam V111lam
lam H Fry was host man The bride bridovorc brldowore bridewore
wore a gown of white mousseline do doParis doParis doParis
Paris and carried Bride roses Tho Thobridesmaid Thobridesmaid Thebridosmaid
bridesmaid woro a frock of pink or organdie 01gandlt organdie ¬
gandie and carried La France roses rosesAfter rosesACtor rosesAfter
After a reception at the home of the thebrides thebrides thebrides
brides parents Mr and Mrs Small Smallwent Smallwent Smallwent
went to tholr own home 1838 E Street Streetnortheast Rtreotnortheast Streetnortheast
northeast northeastCan northeastT northeastTi
T Ti Ch ChitChat Chal I i iGen I IGon
Can Ian Hamilton of the British Britisharmy BrIU Briticharmy h harm
army arm who is on a short visit Islt to this thiscountry thisoountry titlecountry
country was Vas entertained yesterday at a
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Bacon end Liver u uFrench LiverFrench lvtrFrench
French Fried PttodltC1 PttodltC1IIot I IttktL IttktLhot ttit >
hot bUs
LUNCHEON LUNCHEONStuffed LUNCIJEOSSquabs LUNChEONSQMbe
Squabs SquabslUae SQMbeflee
flee Croquett CroquettStulled roquettee roquetteeStiied
Stuffed Tomatoes TomatoesCreenHd TornateesCr8lllMll TetnteeeCreen4d
CreenHd Potatoes PotatowOaffce PotatoesOoffoe Potato PotatoOoffte
Oaffce Jtlly
Cake
DIJftm DIJftmO DlNlfnOsneweme
O Osneweme OsnewemeRot DMfAmc DMfAmcR
Roa R Rot t Beef BeefMariM Deef1NM4 Be f fMa1sd
MariM 1NM4 Potatoes PotatoesCorn PotatoesCorn PetetoseCots
Corn Pudding Boiled Onions OnionsLenten OnIoftLIAnlen OnloseLs
Lenten Ls n Pie Cheese CheeseCufTec Qileesecaee CheeseCede
CufTec Cede
SEASONABLE FOOD SUPPLIES ON MARKET BENCHES BENCHESThe BENCHETho
The scarcity of oggs is entirely unwarranted for this time of year They Theyar TheyDr Theyam
ar now bringing 2t cents and even 34 conts a dozen when ordinarily they theywould theyWould theywould
would soil for 20 O and 25 2 5 cant This scarcity and consequent high prlcoq it is iseald IsEnid Israid
Enid can b be Iftid at the doors of the groat Wholesale meat dealers and pack packers packers packers ¬
ers who art uti ar buying up tho oggs from the farmers all over the country put puttics puttltg puttthg
tics them in cold storage and selling them as they wish This step on the thepart theflart thepart
part of the peckers wag taken whoa so many persons had determined < to do as asfar astar asfar
far as n possible po ibl without moats because of the exorbitant prices Eggs and chick chiekCTB chleJcs chickCLs
CTB s were the olrfef substitutes for meats and the packers determined to control controlthose controlthese
I
these articles arthl articlosof of food also alsoTho alaoTho alsoThe
Tho farmers it Is I said ad would rather soil to packers because In that case casethey cas casthey casethey
they do not hare to pay freight which which is high on eggs and also because they theyrun theyrun theyrun
run no risk after turning the OSSH II over to the representatives ropro antaUvos of tho packers packersFish paokorFish packersFish
Fish wag wn plentiful today teaa Trout brought 10 and 15c while bluefish was waequoted waaQuoted wasquoted
quoted at 12 UIJonts UIJontsMost 12uonts 12uontsMost cents centsMost
Most of the vegetable are going up in price TomatoM Tomato woro IS conts a nquarter aquarter aquarter
quarter of a peck this morning and string beans 10 cents It Is said that thatin thatin thatin
in a week aek or < < 11 two two the prices will again be unusually high highPeaoho highPeaoh highPeauhos
Peaoho WQT were searoa this morning and higher than over ovorChlckone oorChlcJtone overChickens
Chickens w were r quoted at 18 l820 20 cants a pound today todl1 and fowls at 16 cents centsDucks centsDucks centsDucks
Ducks are soarce soar and bring 20 cents The demand for turkeys turkeys is small and andthe nndthe andthe
the great American bird was sold at about 18 cants a a pound poundA poundAlw8YSRem poundAIwsysftenwvnbcr
A Alw8YSRem AIwsysftenwvnbcr ways Remember eJ the Full jN Imc mc
L atiVe u22 omo Qmmne vnnrne vnnrneffjt ffjt I Iurc 7JL en D every everyCm
Cm urc a Ccd mOno nOnoDay Gripin2rlaYSfl9 Cra 2 ay1M s1 tJ = 77t bOL 2Sc
luncheon glvon g1oA by Major General Chaffeo Chaffeoat
at his hi headquartors on Governors GovernorsIsland Governorsbland GovernorsIsland
Island IslandMr blandlr IslandMr
Mr lr and Mrs Irs Edward F Droop of ofMount < If IfMount j jMount
Mount Pleasant have as their house houseguests hougoguests houseguests
guests Carl Lovorkus president prQsl ent of the theUltra theUltra theUltra
Ultra Marine Company of Cologne St StPetersburg StPetorsburg StPetersburg
Petersburg and Now York and his hisdaughter hisdaugbter hisdaughter
daughter Miss Elsie Lovorkus who have havocome havecome havecome
come to this country to attend the mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage of Mr Lovorkus son Arthur ArthurLovorkus Art1urLoorltus ArtliurLoverkus
Lovorkus to Miss Bertha Droop Mix MixBlla MIlSElla MissElla
Ella Spalding of Sioux City Iowa who whowill whowill whowill
will be one of Miss Droops attendants attendantsis
is also a member of tho house party partyMr partyMr partyMr
Mr and Mrs L Z Loiter who have havespent havespent havespent
spent tho summer at Bar Harbor ar arrived n nrived arrivod ¬
rived in Washington yesterday yesterday and open opened opened opened ¬
ed their home on Dupont Circle CircleTho CircleTho CircleThe
Tho steamship Finland arrived yes ycstorday yestorday yestorday
torday morning from Antworp Among Amongthoeo Amongthoso Amongthoso
thoso on board wore the Hon Joseph Joso > h K KMcCammon KtcCammon KMeCammon
McCammon and family of Washington WashingtonSenator WashlntonSenator WashingtonSenator
Senator George C Perkins of Oakland OaklandCal OaklandCal OaklandCal
Cal and hIs daughter Miss Grace Per Perkins Perkins Perkins ¬
kins Mrs Elizabeth B Sampson widow widowof widowof widowof
of the late Rear Admiral W T Samp Sampson Sampson Sampson ¬
son and her son Harold B Sampson SampsonFrank SampsonFrank SampsonPrank
Frank W Hackett former Assistant AssistantSecretary AssistantSecretary AssistantSecretary
Secretary of the Na Navy and Mrs Kackott Kackotthavo liaclotthne hacketthave
have returned to Washington WashingtonDr
Dr and Mrs George L L N Qjustis i sUs have havoreturned hnveroturnod havereturned
returned to their homo on Capitol Hill HillMr Hmlr HillMr
Mr lr and Mrs E S Edwards are among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the the Washington visitors in Now York Yorkwhere Yorkwhere Yorkwhere
where they are established at the Grand GrandHotel GrandHotol GrandHotel
Hotel HotelDr HotolDr HotelDr
Dr Gerry Morgan ana ramlly ramlly return returned returned returned ¬
ed to their Rhode Island Avenue home homeyesterday homeyesterday homeyesterday
yesterday after spending tho season seasonnear seasonnear seasonnear
near Lake Sunapae N H HThe HThe HThe
The reception Which was to have haveboon haveboon haveboon
boon given by tho ladles of Gunton GuntonTomplo GuntonTomple GuntonTemple
Temple Memorial Presbyterian Church ChurchSECRET ChurchSECRET ChurchECRET
SECRET SERVICE NET NETFALLS NETFALLS NETFALLS
FALLS ON IMPOSTORS IMPOSTORSTvro IMPOST RS RSTwo
Two Pseudo Government Detectives Ac Accused Accused Accused ¬
cused of fThcft Theft
Secret Service Servlcemon man havo run to earth earthtwo earthtwo earthtwo
two alleged impostors who have been beenpassing beonpassing beenpassing
passing themselves off 0 < < as Secret Ser Service Service 5crvice ¬
vice officers and thereby getting money moneyit
it is charged Reports on these cases casesreached caeesreached casesreached
reached Chief Wilkie yesterday yesterdayOne yesterdayOne yesterdayOne
One of those arrested is H IL C Farnl Farnlbam Pars Farnham Parsham
ham who succeeded in getting a chock chockfor chockfor checkfor
for 70 cashed by b a hotel keeper at Lan Lancaster Lancaster Lascaster ¬
caster Pa He represented he was a aSecret aSecrot aSecret
Secret Service ofScor and not until he hehad hehad hohad
had doparted was it discovered dl eovored tho chock chockwas choetvias chockwas
was bogus lie was arrosted at Syra Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse ¬
cuse N Y YTho YTho YTho
Tho other arrest was that of o Charles CharlesMalatesta CharloslaJatestn CharlesMalatesta
Malatesta who was posing In Richmond RichmondIts Richmonds
< Its < s a Secret Se ret Sarvfce man man He o succeeded succeededin UOOOQdodIn
in borrowing money money from several people peopleHo peopleHo peopleHe
Ho was arrested at Bridgeport Conn ConnThe ConnThe ConsThe
The Secret Service has considerable considerabletrouble conlderabletrouble considerabletrouble
trouble from cases C es of this tht kind and andthere andthero andthere
there is a Federal statute covering eovorlngsuch eovorlngsuchoffenses such suchoffense suchoffenses
offenses Little Is 1 known of tho records recordsof
of the two men arrested except that thatMalatoeta thatMalntoetn thatMalatoeta
Malatoeta was as formerly a railroad railroadwatchman railroadwatchman railroadwatchman
watchman watchmanWILL watchmanWILL watchmanWILL
WILL OF MARY CLARK FILED FILEDMary FILEDMary FILEDMary
Mary H Dorion Clark by her will willdated willdated willdated
dated Juno 25 5 1900 and just filed 111e < 1 for forprobate forrobate forprobate
probate robate leaves her estate to her bus husband hu huband busband ¬
band E H Gordon Clark and her two twosons twosons twosons
sons The sons Dorion and Thatcher ThatcherClark ThatcherClark ThatcherClark
Clark are named namedoxecutors executors
Friday evening October 9 has been beenpostponed beenp08tvoned beenpostponed
postponed postponedMrs p08tvonedMrs postponedMrs
Mrs Christine Waltons Dunlop who whohas whohas whohag
has boon spending several weeks with withfriends withfriends withfriends
friends in Philadelphia and ant New York Yorkreturned Yorkroturned Yorkreturned
returned to Washington yesterday yesterdayDr csterdnyDr
Dr and Mrs George Colby of ofFifteenth ofFIrtconth ofFifteenth
Fifteenth Street Str et accompanied by tholr tholrsons tholrsons theirSons
sons George and Will have hnvc returned returnedto
to Washington from their summer home homeIn homeIn homeIn
4 4Mrs
In Maine MaineMrs MaineMrs
Mrs John Cunningham Kazan of Pel Pelham Pelham Pci1mm
ham N Y is a guest gucotat at the Now Wlllard WUlllrdShe WillardShe WlllardShe
She came to Washington for the wed wedding wadding wedding ¬
ding of Miss Uss Young YoungA YoungA YoungA
A ROYAL WEDDING WEDDINGThe WEDDINGThe WEDDINGThe
The civil marriage of Prince Andrew Andrewof
of Greece and Princess Alice of Batten Battenberg Battenberg Battenberg
berg was celebrated at Darmstadt at atnoon ntnoon atnoon
noon yesterday The King of Greece Greeceand Groocoand Greeceand
and Prince Louis of Battenborg father fatherof fatherat fatherof
of the bride acted as witnesses at the thewedding thewedding thewedding
wedding Tho ceremony took place at atthe atthe atthe
the Old Palace in the presence of a glit glittering slit slittorlng tlittering ¬
tering assemblage of 200 sovereigns sovereignsprinces sovereignsprinces sovereIgnsprinces
princes diplomats and caolnut minis ministers mInisters ministern ¬
ters Dr amassing a state official per performed performed performed ¬
formed the ceremony The church ser services 8erIces services ¬
vices Ices take place today in the cantle caatlechapel coat1echapol cantlechapel
chapel first according to the Evangel Evangelical Evangl1cnl Evangelcal ¬
cal and then in accordance with tho thoGreek thoGreek theGreek
Greek Church rites ritesA rltcsA ritesA
A PRINCE FOR CONGRESS CONGRESSPrince CONGRESSPrince CONGRESSPrince
Prince Cupid Kalanianalo of Honolulu Honoluluaccompanied Honoluluaccompanied Honoluluaccompanied
accompanied by his wife and secretary secretaryMorris secretaryorrls secretaryMorris
Morris orrls K Kcoabalole are on their way wayto wnyto wayto
to this country country where the prince comes comesas comoas comesas
as a delegate to Congress from the Ha Hawaiian Hnwall Hawaiian ¬
waiian wall an Islands
AT HOME HOMEMr HOMEMr HOMEMr
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Franklin have havereturned havereturnod havereturned
returned to their home 716 I Street Streetnorthwest Streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest and will be at home to their thoirfriends thlJlrfrlonds theirfriends
friends this evening from 8 to 10 oclock oclockJAPANESE oclockJArANESE oclockJAPANESE
JAPANESE MAKING PEARLS PEARLSBY PEARLSBY PEARLSBY
BY NATURAL PROCESS PROCESSForces
Forces Grain of Sand Into Oyster and andThen andThen andThen
Then Replaces Replac s It ItTho ItThe
The Department D partment of Commerce Commer < e and
Labor gives circulation to a report from tfromOsaka fromOsaka fromOsaka
Osaka Japan to the effect that a Japan Japaneso Japaneso Japaneso
eso has devised a plan for tho artificial artificialproduction artificialproduction artificialproduction
production of pearls pearlsHis paarlsHis pearlsHis
His method is to put a grain of sand sandor santIor sandor
or foreign substance sub tID1co forcibly into pearl poarloysters pnarloystcra pearloysters
oysters which he afterwards puts back backin bacltIn backin
in the bods In this way he gets pearls pearlsso
so like the natural poarls that connois connoisseurs connolssours connoissours ¬
sours cannot tell them apart apartIt apartIt apartIt
It would be strange thinks one writer writerif
if they could for the mothod m thod employed employedby
by the Japanese is the one employed by bynature bynature bynature I
nature natureADMIRAL natureADMIRAL natureADMIRAL
ADMIRAL KEMPEFS RETIREMENT RETIREMENTAn PETIREMENTAnorc1er
An Anorc1er order was issued yesterday by the thethe thethe thothe
the Navy Department for or the retirement retirementof
of Rear Admiral Louis Kempff on Octob October October Octobor ¬
er 11 for age a o Rear Admiral Komff is isnow IsI Isnow
I now In command of o the Pacific naval dis district disI district ¬
I trict He is a native of Illinois and was wasappointed wasappointed J Jappointed
appointed to the th navy from that Stale StaleIn Stnt91S57 Statein
In 1S57 >
1S57A
A RESIGNATION ACCEPTED ACCEPTEDThe
The Commissioners C mmlsloners have accepted tho thoresignation I1Q I1Qre 12qresignation
resignation re lgnatlon of Harry P Boze a special speoialstreet speolaltreat specialstrsst
street treat crossing policeman to take takso1Iect takso1IectOctober affect affectOctober affectOctober
October 2 2Little 2Litt1 2Little
Little Jack Homer sat in a I comer with never naTera naTeraCGle a acure S Scare
cure or r frewn frownHe frewnlIe frewnlie
lIe WM happy and gay foe hed seen n that day
Marie Cahill In uXaIty Nancy Brown
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HOW w PAR AS S AMUSES TStLF TStLFThird
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The complete atory of the Inch people from the earliest traditions of their origin to
the present day It U a story tory throbbing with human passion narrating the hotrods hotrodssutTereins b hatredSsu5erein trCd3 trCd3IlUlJerefn
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Thi This little volume contain < all J1likraJly literally nil IIthe tlie information that the average man maniweds JftIlnJMek seanneeds
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OF tii MISSION r ISSION SOCIETY SOCIETYTwenty SOCIETYTweIllyfifth SOfflETYTwentyfifth
Twenty TweIllyfifth fifth Annual Convention at atVermont atVermont atVermont
Vermont Avenue Church ChurchMoro Churchoro ChurchMore
Moro oro than 200 delegates to the he twenty twentyfifth tontyfirth twentyfifth
fifth annual convention of the Christian ChristianMissionary ChristlanlIi98lonary ChristianMissionary
Missionary Society of Maryland Dola Dolaware Dolawl1ro Belaware
ware and the District of Columbia met metthis melthis tactthis
this morning morning at tho Vermont Avenue AvenueChristian A AvenueChritlan vonue vonueChri
Christian Chri Uan Church The convention is to tolast tolast tolast
last throe days daS1th with three sessions a aday aday aday
day dayToday
Today Is < Preachers Day and the themorning themorning themorning
morning session was devoted to address addresses ¬
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Among those who spoko were the Rev RevH Re ReH RevH
H C Kendrick on Tho Preacher and andHis andIUs andIlls
His Limitations the Rev F B Sapp Sappon Sappon Sappon
on uTho The Preacher and the Spiritual SpiritualLife SpIritualLIre SpiritualLifo
Life tho Rev Rc Potor Ainslie on Tho ThoProaehor ThoPronchQr ThePreacher
Preacher and His Recreation tho Rev RevW R RevW v vS
W S Hoyo on The Proacher and tho thoCountry thoCountry thoCountry
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on < The Preacher and His Books and andthe andthe andthe
the Rev B A Abbott on < A BIblo BIbloStudy BlbloStudy BibloStudy
Study StudyAt StudyAt StudyAt
At noon tho convention adjourned for forluncheon forluncheon forluncheon
luncheon and reconvened at 2 oclock oclockwhen oclockwhon oclockwhen
when addresses wore continued To Tonight Tonight Tonight ¬
night at 780 7 80 thero will bo a prayer prayerand prayernnd prayerand
and song service followed by T n business businesssession businesssession busiaesssession
session Including tho reading of reports reportsfor roportsfor reportsfor
for tho year by officers of the society The TheRev TheRov The11ev
Rev F D Powor will make the silver silveranniversary silveranniversary silveranniversary
anniversary addross tonight tonightSECRETARY tonightSECRETARY tonightSECRETARY
SECRETARY SECRETARY ROOTS RETURN RETURNWar RETURNWnr RETURNWar
War Department Dept1rtm nt officials have seen nceninformed seeninformed ecn ecnInformed
informed that Secretary Root will sail sailfrom snUfrom sailfrom
from England for tho United UnltedStnted States on onOctober onOctobor onOctober
October 2L 21 This will give the Secre ¬
tary an opportunity to prepare his an annual annual annual ¬
nual report to Congress after his return
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General nnd other judicial and financial financialauthorities financialauthorities financialauthorities
authorities Commissioner West approv approved npprood approved ¬
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Captain Newcomer defends the former formerpractice formerpractice formerpractice
practice of obtaining tho certification certificationof
of the Chief Clerk of the Engineer De Department Depnrtment Dopartment ¬
partment to the sufficiency and financial financialstanding 11nanclalstanding financialstanding
standing of the companies assuming the thebond thebond thebond
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thority to bo filed with wi th every bond is isa Isa isa
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