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THE WASHINGTON TIMES WEDNESDAY 11I y lDN + llNLSDAY SDA Y DECEMBER DECEM HER 14 I90i
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The Times is a served In the city dt of ofWashington orWluihlnal of1Mabhinaton
Washington D and District DI or Columbia by bynewsboys byOweboy bynewsboys
newsboys Oweboy wne WIMP esttvev aide alt l sheet Uecl fer feraccount ferthe forthe
the pa paper account a nt ai at the theand Utefa t trate
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WEDNB8DAY nJECTatBEK CJDlBEittNtIC CJDlBEittNtICWinters 4 MW MWWinters HetWinters
Winters Early EarIjITIarvst EarIjITIarvstThe Harvest HarvestThe HaIv st stThe
The member of th the NortheastNaahin Northeast NortheastWashington o eut eutWuhhlton
Washington Naahin tan CiUxens tifteas AseoeiitfUm UIodtl are arecomplaining are arel arecomplaining
l complaining of the crack in the earth earthwhlcli earthwhl wrthwhich
which whl h passes for H Street at Its L Lteraeetaon ja jatersecUon 111teraecUon
tersecUon with Delaware Deja ware Avenue AvenueOne A AvenueOne veIU veIUOne
One death and nd many injuries lnjurJ are of oflered ol1ered offered
lered a u counts in the indictment and andthe andthe andthe
the president of the association thinks thinksthose thinutho thinksthoee
those e counts cotlntlllO so well sustained that he hehas hehas hehas
has lost J faith In 1 both the companies companiesat
at work th thThe thr thera theraThere lh lhThere
There The is snojfrv dOY sue OJ1Pto < m tha a sronn o t tRnyone a aanyone as asanyone
anyone can se seb sM M t thras risrcmas is isvery isvery isvery
very near BJMLJ at at atand hand Xat X t the ih ekftas ekftasif cJiI cJiII e11Iaf
win winter I af if the Northeast N Northeast rth t must not think win winter n nter ¬
ter is really here and the time forthis for forthis
this 1 his remonstrance fully ripe The TheDistrict TheDistrict TheDistrict
District Commissioners have agreed agreedto a 8t1 8t1to
to the present delay of the work and andapproved andapproved andapproved
approved the present guards against againstaccident again againstaccident t taccidelt
accident If If these th people of the Northeast North Northeast NQrtheast ¬
east are not on the sharp ab rp lookout they theywill theywill theywill
will be beUable liable for modified modtft ll l lese M majas majesIy majasty mlij mlijt
ty t y They can complain of course coursebut courae couraebut coursebut
but they must mu not betiiirtoosoouEvery beglnrtoosoon beglnrtoosoonEvery beilItoofIOOnI
I Every day work is continued on onany 9n 9nI 9nany onany
I
any building lmU4h in Washington Wa hJn B work workmen 1Or 1Ormen workmen ¬
men should be employed on the al alteration alt a1teratioa ¬
teration t of H Street until it ic inthorough in inthorough inthoroulh
thorough order This Thl is so manifest manifestthat manIt manItthat manifestthat
that many citizens regard the com compromise eompromi compromise ¬
promise promi main by the t Cbmmtestoftars Cbmml Cbmmieeaouarswith Cbmmtestoftarswith llOft rs rswith
with the railroad constructing com companies companies companies ¬
panies as a grievous mistake mistakeThat mlKakeThat mistakeThat
That nn may y very sry well be But Butwhether Butwhether Butwhether
whether it is or not not 1t t is undoubted undoubtedd 1iudoubtedtba undoubtedthat
tba that ° n Hd d gently I etP7 y mistake misfakeAa8 mlafakewas
was JfntI ruettuc ruettucomplft rlletilagcon
con omplft ieaturer Weia atillo J1Q Q Qbehind 11 1 so far farbehind farbehind
behind that their work in H Street Streetwas Streetwas Streetwas
was not finished before winter set in inThis inThil InThis
This was the real error aul 8it if the thecitizens thed theeiliseus
citizens d tizepa of tjie ija northeast NmthMst N st are wise wisei
i hey he will apply a part at least lea of their theirremottstmaea their theirrem theirremoestraaee
remottstmaea rem to t that thatfureaclttq thatfureaclttql farroachtsg farroachtsgoversight farreachknggn
n l verstg oversight t
ttIarine
Marine Iarinc Reforms ReformsBight RefuIffiSEicln ReftrmsEight
Bight Men recently reeeaU deserted from froma
a whaler tn I BarlBg llrl c Sea Bafgre they theyti theytip
ti tip aaii 3 rescAW snore ore lpu 110 tortiiHateJy tortiiHateJyi ha n nrtvillsatkan teJy teJydvilDtkm Icy
tvilisadon i they thMi th Ja < a4trS oie ° Se a in inrredlbls inctedible inredIble
rredlbls hardah ajtrtl hWS fli t gCpflsiiro 16 and andhiqum andAt anditul
hiqum itul At tinges ti os they had been on onth onrha onilia
th rha point of casting C lots t tip flee ee which whichoi
oi u Ii their number number u mber should ahOuJd be slain for formod foriuod
mod Yet these men dht did not n t en encounter encounter encounter ¬
counter conditions condition at which whfehthay they had hadany hadilny hadany
any reason to be surprised They Theyknew The Theknew Theyknew
knew they t1t were risking rbId1alftfforiq suffering and andueath alullleath andBeath
ueath and they chose to risk these theserather th thrather theserather
rather than endure the horror of life lifeaboard Ittea lifeaboard
aboard a ship shipThe ahlpThe shipThe
The episode calls attention to a peeniarcircumstance pecu pecui
i iar circumstance of which the sailor is ka isa Isa
a vic vf vicUt Ufft ra Obcd1 OncroKtolltnVlS8emii Ob f lt1tlmaa eitt he is isat Isat Isat
at thftjnarcxJlC t4oJMrCI tht0S113 Cy OC offldal otItc bcuLtJJty if ifThis Ithil Ift
t This his anoffisJy of phrase p may ay be perwitted per permitted 1mittecJ ¬
witted The rations raUo he gets Seta a adOC adOCwould adogwould dog dogwould
would reject The quarters in which whichbe whichbe whichhe
be sleeps l would kill any animal 1 1hardy 1liard less lesshardy
hardy liard He is starved beaten kicked kickedand JdekecJand kickedand
and cursed There is no other ot er type typeof typeor typeof
of laboring Jaborht man who would submit to toucb toJuch tosuch
such ucb ferocious treatment l Except Exceptthat Exceptt xoept xoeptThat
that t bat long experience had dulled his hissenses hisfenHl hissenaea
senses fenHl the sailor nor would resent even evento 6vento evento
to the point of murder Burel Once away awayfrom away1rom awayIrom
from a cruel bondage b he e would keep keepfiftay keepSa keepSWay
SWay Sa But the sailor nor be om omII becomesnumbed becomes becomesnumbed
numbed numbed II umb d intellectually lbBi He takes tU his hisharsh hJaharsh hisharsh
harsh and futile usage uMp as tfeepatteat tfeepatteatass t1 Abe JltJeat patNntasa JltJeatass
ass takes tak the clubbing of a muterPerhaps muter masterPerhaps muterPerhqa
Perhaps in desperation he jumps jumpsoverboard jumPiloverboard jumpsoverboard
overboard and while this is an end en to toliis tohis tohis
his trouble or at least nothing DOt1tbaCWOrM nothingworse nothingworse
worse than a new sort of bell it does doesnot doeInot doesnot
not remedy rem tbs evil evilIn e11In evilIn
In reforming retormt the marine sine service serviceThere MrYIeeT
There T here should lIhoule11tot not be overlooked some someprovision lIOmeITOVItdOft someprovision
provision for pWecttng pf the sailor sailortrom sailorf
1 trom rom the brutal creature who may be betxjve be belr beb
lr txjve boy him J In authority The sailor sailorih
ih i robbed ashore and Jut tortured afloatThere afloat afloatThere aIoatThere
There is no good reason for permitting permittingthis perJDIttblcthis peradttingthis
this No harm ar could comas of retiardng regard regarding J1IUdj
j ing n ng g the nor as As kuManLove kuman kumanLove Itn HJ1 HJ1Love
Love of Adventure AdventureA
A Ohicmgo man who held a a good goodposition JOOdIJotiitlutt goodpositl4t
position and whose w oH wU wile J 1Mtd hadsfor hadsforune ad for tor torUl1e
1 uue Janes anotigk tokee to keep kthe the Jwolf Jwolffi
I fi the tl e premises IMUT confessed rtq bs bsn be bel bea
l n a footpad toot L He w was s settve la his hisboson hlabOHn hishotfelt
boson es11I eJslliitc > eti prowling around at atnight atD atiiigbt
night D igbt with bludgeon bludg oa and gun making makinguse
use tI e of these weapons for Intimidat Intimidating 1fttbl tntImfdating clJt clJtiug ¬
ing but Mvar hurting any of his vic victims yte ytet viet ¬
tims t ilUJL mu T1 Till style of footpad Is a a nov HOVtlty DOt novy
tlty t It lty Y even sv V f n to Chicago ChicagoThe ChlcaaoThE ChicagoThe
The i IJTl80Mr > ri8onr exnjejBji ex exal > M thajt he hetwu lwu lwurd was wasnire
1 f rd d MW t > i t o bid eonydy 1 bra Jo ee eelure sQivea sQiveaI
I lure ure The e excuse will not DOtItaJI stand is isourt bInHlrt Inurt
nHlrt ourt urt So many mU nla > y aT avenues or nOf1ft stria open to tothe tothe tothe
the Uivr lave r or adventure clTetv HA may get getwhat aetwhat getwhat
what his soul craves crav by dodging dodlf au aulumoliie AUwmolilhi aatumobitc
lumoliie There Is open opeJlto to him a atrip at atrip
trip t rip in a barrel over Niagara Thei The Thelight
ight 1 sv vjiv jr i rr awaits the tread tz of bill bisfpfct bill1ft hisfeet
feet llf II can loopt ioopUte e p cross theeaa the Uiejsean theJean
Jean eaa in a dory or try an ctalllioa ctalllioat ssctitctdonteaur csrsioa csrsioaMeejcrr
Meejcrr t teaur elJlfI r whose hose life preservers are areiwckrn areI areiackPt
iwckrn I Ickf1 1 with wif h sawdust and piklruuThere pigiruti pigirutiTheft IJhdronTher
Theft ut i > ttni tihs fLij s lu Uu a Pole to 111 rescue rescuethose re rett wlI wlIthose sie siethose
those who Hgve g ft e gone before The
fevers of f the tropics tempt and a d the theemotions theemotion theemotions
emotions of the lion tamor allure allure In Infact Infaet Infact
fact there are endless possibilities P of ofones ofones ofones
ones making a fool of himself at no norisk norisk norisk
risk whatever wbat vcr but his own life The Thelove Theloe Thelove
love of adventure which leads directly directlyto dlrectbto
to the purse of the passerby really is issomething istomethlng issomething
something else In actual ac utll life the theJekyll theJekyll theJekyll
Jekyll and Hyde business brings the theworthy theworthy theworthy
worthy Jekyll to the Hyde H d8 level and andthere an anthere anthere
there he must abide abideHowever abideHowover abideHowever
However the Chicago CblC o eccentric eccentricneed eca eccontricneed ntric ntricneed
need not be without comfort The Thepenitentiary Thel Thepenitentiary
penitentiary l > nltenUary affords wide scope to the theadventurous theadvonturous theadventurous
adventurous spirit There is the op opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
portunity of digging diggln with a broom broomstraw broomstraw broomstraw
straw through a stone wall or mak making makInl making ¬
ing a saw from a tin cup Lot him himthink 111mthink himthink
think of the pleasing sensation of ofscaling ofacal1nlliome ofscaling
scaling acal1nlliome some height while in the thp roar roara rOAra roara
a guard pumps bullets at him That Thatis ThatII ThatIs
is adventure all right rightThe rightThe rightThe
The Master Builder BuilderFew BuilderFew BuilderFew
Few signs slgn of the times are as asbright asbrltht asbright
bright as the genuine reform in prog progress progre progrese ¬
ress in the building and furnishing of ofour ofour ofour
our American homes That outragoous outra outrageous outrageous ¬
geous hodgepodge of turret lightning lightningrod lightningrod lightningrod
rod stucco ornament and yellow yellowpaint yellowpaint yellowpaint
paint which has long flisflgurep ls gurefl our oursuburbs ourauburbs oursuburbs
suburbs Is giving way to an anarchltoc anarchltocturo archateeturo architec architecture ¬
turo distinctively American n and full fullof 1ullof fullof
of artistic promise Glued carvings carvingspiano carvl carvingspiano Jlgi Jlgipiano
piano finish tapestry chenilllo and andbricabrac andbrieabrae andbricabrac
bricabrac are making way w y for simple simplefurniture simplefurniture
furniture won and substantially substantiallymade su substantiallymade ntlally
made and andwe we may add without supererogationwell su supererogation supororogationwell ¬
pererogation pororogationwell well charged for forIn forIn forIn
In one of its aspects though this thisreform thisreform thisreform
reform Is beyond b ond the focus of the theaverage the1erace theaverage
average eye The new house i is vastly vastlybetter vastlbetter vastlybetter
better built than its predeeesscfrEvery predecessor predecessorEvery prec1ecossclrEvery
Every man who reads re dl The Times Timeslives TlmQSlt1 Timeslivea
lives lt1 in a house of some sort Most Mostof Mostof Mostof
of them can c n feel the chdl blasts bl sts of ofstern ofstern ofstern
stern winter every time they pass a awindow awindow
window A few will try to stop up upthe upthe
the ohinks but the greater number numberwill numberwill
will blase bl 18 the builder and be content contentwith contentwith contentwith
with shoveling more coal in the fur furnace furnace ¬
nace naceWith
With the new builder all this is to tobe tobe tobe
be changed Having nothing about a ahouse ahouae ahouse
house which is not all it seems to be bemeans bem bemoans
means m WI not only no venaarOivapp vest r 1oitappited 1oitappitedcarvings ppK ed edcarvings dcarvinp
carvings but no riprifjf rtprl1 ripr 11 11warped hdaSw hdaSwwarped iUlqMwarped
warped doors or gaping clapboards cltiplioardsAnd clapboardsAnd cl pboard pboardAnd
And his tenant shall rise to call callhim callhIm callhim
him blessed blo soo and his 11 workmen rejoice rejoiceIn
In i his work For in these days da he hethat hetlIat hethat
that buildeth strong and tightly the thesame theme thelance
same me is greater than he h that slttath alttethon slttathon afttoLhon
on the throne of the mine owner ownerPoints ownerPoints ownerPoint
Points in Paragraphs ParagraphsThe
The taCt act that Mrs Chadwtck Chad wick cannot eaaaotgot cannotget eaaaetset
get halt prowe that her hypnotic bat battery battery to toteI7 ¬
tery teas run down downbv
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s fI fIVr r
Vr bv rt Carnegie Cam arnegie says l ass t wenrL SB to toCleveland toCIeftIa toC1ekad
Cleveland CIeftIa and 1 the matter marbe marbegarded may may r rrded rr rrgirded
girded a AM settled settledChicago ttJedChJeAiJO aettIMChksgo
Chicago seefet did not I ot knew mer now to totreat tothe totreat
treat the Date Dak and Dtfehes et Man Manchester MIImch lIanchaster ¬
chester ch and so the two were user stmbfced stmbfcedThe IIINbWhe snabteedThe
The simple expedient ex ediMt of treating them thema t1temIt themsa
It a a gentleman getttJe and lady might It Have Havebeen Myebeen havebeen
been worth trying tryingPerhaps tr1 tr1Per tryingPerhaps
Per Perhaps there are people not letter lettercarriers WtftrtenI lettercactiers
carriers cactiers rtenI who might Kilt be warned that 0evcrnrmest Oov Ooveminent GcweI1UMAt
eminent naJariea are not paid for for petttl pegttcal petttlcal pellt1cat
cal activity activityThere actfTky11Ier activityThere
There 11Ier seem to be some atmliarKy mrtty between be between be beI ¬
I tween tw a Mormon oath and that attstto 4
lug Ja Initiation tate kWtlake kWtlakeMOret aaeuettt at tie t take takesecret fek fekecret
secret society societyDyed seityDyed > rDyed
Dyed toed mast he branded IwttHe IwttHeSecretary t tlte
dyed W1tMkr apsaka ka tor keeef keeefSecretarF itetfSecretary
Secretary Morton of the Wavy HaY7IM te h ha not notaa DOt
aa a was ra Seared augerln auerIat It from nice demer de deIt 4 4mer
mer merIt merIt
It hi a wise Santa Claus CIa who Areproots
his whiskers whtokergEurope whiskersEurop enl enlE
Europe E to afraid tbllnited the tbeU1 United tM State will RUIget willget wUIpt
get all its PIM gear of art No danger pr prJfterl
American Jfterl mitKonaire might t t buy 1M them
but they tM would wo lt1 never pay Ita duty dut on them themPeople theMPeople themPeople
People who drew salaries Jan from the Re RepuMlean Re RepuhUean Repubfle
pubfle puMlean n eommltt oemmfttea during < H > rlng g > the enm enmVAlgn gani ganipaign m mJtI
VAlgn are hurt in their feeling at real realktation real realIsation ftltloa
Isation tloa that the campaign te over overAnyhow overAII7fto overAnyhow
Anyhow there la no harm in talking talkingabout talkingabout
about bout regulation et interstate eemmeree eemmereeThe CDlftmerNl1t commereThe
The l1t Wall Street situation fleams to toaJ
he approaching aJ the gunplay stage stageSome stageSeine e eSoIM
Some of the financiers nftanel taken in by
Mr Mrs Ohadwick rofneo to talk Hot they Ute Uteftt
cant keep X p the money they the used to have
from talkingL talkingLw taUcin taDei taDeiW r rW
W D Howelta i S wrlflnir wrlttaicit wrt Nfllg at f ilk fiuh tIuhaC
ienc of EHgiish dIM women w maktaig mak ktftc a rear 1
th 1M tact that he might was wU have ha eheeen eheeena
a different topic topicThe topicThe topicThe
The Mormon 0IJIIINt praetiee NeUe of et wrg marrying fol folI ol olwen
Mwrs wen to dead pee popfe a e ms to be II aman
I man mean advantage advasua vaatap to taka k of the 0 deceased deceasedhas deeeQedbaa dcss ed edYardanaan
Yardanaan baa lost a grip on WI hi tem temper teMper temper ¬
per again againA apinA
1 1A
A BALLADE OF ENDLESS PLOTS PLOTSBlustering PLOTSBluatering PLOTSBlustering
Blustering heroes still tn remain i iSome repiafa
Some poor fellows Cello tojeod to ssg1 pQL It
Vice III I beautifully slain alalftVirtue i i
Virtue seldom lcIom tare so ill illBueily 11IButly IllBusily
Busily the writers WTIt r drill drillSleep drttlSleep drill1p
Sleep 1p nor rat romanoec JOMaftCMOriDdlftc get getOrlndinsr astOrindina
Orlndinsr at the t notion nou MIll mlMPlots millPlot
Plot Plots are ft not exhausted exhaut yet yetTaJee yetTees t tot
Tees of fashion sometimea omU omU1W rehni rehniFurbekm rear rearPurblow
Furbekm 1W and fad and Crln CrlnThen trntTUII fell fellThen
Then a constant view you loPKita loPKitaOf fk fkOf fibs fibsOf
Of the u problem novef noversk11 noversk11That eJcll eJcllThen l t
Then youll And upon the oeThe Ml MlThe taNjThe
The detective story tory sets set setSee MtSH
See s the writer writ drive drv Ms quill quillPlots < fI fIPlot I
Plots Plot are not exhausted exhaustedInciderta XV XVIncidents 7wj 0
0i i
Incidents enonejh eta tie tJaYou plats platsYou IL ILYou
You may pick and ehsN heee at atL1f t tLU iffft
LU Life is all a tangled d sksin akeiaecret sksinSecret k khe
Secret he ecret pejuti t poisoned POJtonedUJarl pM pMUpstart iWlptart
Upstart heirs II ad so on 01 till tillHow UltHow tiltllow
How your appetite they whet wilesWith whetWUh wIMt wIMtWith
With what for to fora H your peso pet petPIG tfw tgiaib tgiaibPlots tt ttPlots
Plots PIG are not exhausted uated yet yetYou yetllsc fi j
JlttVOY llsc vor vorYou
I You win always get year ou flU fUof u uOf > V VOf
Of new Action let wover over fret tretI hetSome I Itome
tome ones on one writing wrtdllghri fcovelti eift eiftPlot of i ifast
I Plot hri ate re not exhausted ha yet 7ftXaUmn yetNathan r rNulhun
Nathan M Levy Lt in LealUs MoulUy afoul out fly flyk flyr
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IN SOCIETYS SOCIE1 TS CIRCLE CIRCLET
MRS LEITER HERE HEBEDaughter HEREPLANNING HEREDaughter
PLANNING PLANNINGEDD1NQ PLANNINGEDD1NQand WEnDING WEnDINGDaughter
Daughter DaughterPLANNINGEDD1NQ and Her Fiance Fiancein B1uncein Fiancer Fiancein r
in New York YorkMRS YorkMRS YorkMRS
MRS HAYS HOUSE GUESTS GUESTSMr
Mr Corea Returns ReturnsWill Will Arrange Mar Marriage Marriage Marriage ¬
riage With Mrs Ilah Dunlap Jor JordanSocialGossip JordanSocial j jdan
dan danSocialGossip danSocialGossipMra danSocial Social GossipMrs Gossip GossipMrs
Mrs I I 2 Z Letter arrived at her homeoat home homeon
on Dnpont Circle CJrel hi this city last oven ovoning 0011Ing ovenbig
ing She Sh was unaccompanied ulNlceomPfl lodb by any anymember anyJftem anyrnemlarr
member Jftem nt her family familyAlias fAmilylU familyMites
Alias lU Letter and her It flae fiance the Sari Sariof Eftrlof lkrlof
of Suffolk are th the guests guentain tafn In New > Tow York Yorkof Yorkor Yorkof
of Sire lr Flora Blglow Dodge at theHotel the theHntel th l lI
I Hotel Florence FlorenceDetails llorltQCeDetaUs FlorenceDetails
Details for Miss 11 Tellers marriage to tothe toth tothe
the th Earl 4 uf f Buftolk ara a1 bclut made by byMrs byMr byMrs
Mrs Mr Letter and Will 111 ta be announcid Th when whencomplete hen n ncomplete I
complete completeThe eompletThe completeThe
I
The Secretary of State an awl Mrs Hay Haywill HayRill i im
will m have their children and andgrandchU andgrandchUI andgtandchlidren grandchil grandchildren ¬
I
dren with them for the Christmas holi bolidayat holidays ¬ I Ida
days da Mrs N James Wadsworth jr has hasalready hasalrdy hasalready
already arrived and will soon on bo joined joinedby JOlnecl1fy joinedby
by Mr It Wadnwerth Mr and Mrs I18 P paYJ1ft paYJ1ftWhitney Pa jn jnWhitney n nWhitney
Whitney will arrive arrive in the near futuro futureMr futuro1r futuroMr
Mr Corea the Nicaraguan minister ministerwill ministerwill
will arrive in Washington today from froma fromlaun1ec1
a hurried trip abroad 1 It It Ig said his histrip JI JItdp histrip
trip to Europe ws WIIIBtor for life U jnfurpdse furrne of ofmakins ormak ofauldn
makins mak final armngomejfts arnanlomti for his hismarriacjv hisftlRr hisuaarrieg
marriacjv ftlRr to Mrs Ilah Dunlap Dunl Dunlap Jordan of ofMacon ofXaCOll ofleaves
Macon and to refute disagreeable dlsasre bJe assertions as assertions RSaerUona ¬
sertions relative to his anoastors and andfamily andtaB11ly andfamily
family pedigreeBaron pedigree pedigreeBaron pedlpeeI
Baron Moncheur Moacbe the Belgian minister ministerhas mnJaterhu ministerhas
I has returned to the city from t em H short shortvisit ahortviatt shortvisit
visit to New York YorkWill YorkWlU YorkWill
Will Also Represent Cuba CubaSenor CubaSenor CubaSenor
Senor CaJderon the Peruvian minis minister Jllinlatel minister ¬
ter has been appointed tl to Feerosent reprwaeat his blegovernment hisgovernment i iIOv
government IOv mmeDt in Cuba ba aa well as a S In this thiscountry Uti Uticountl thiscountry
country and wiU < lese tliV S Sc tilly 6 > e Tor Torthe tortbe gelthe
the Island on SttVjadLa satlJltVrpoa Sgluj ay ayrpon > V VUpon
Upon his return hf will willtion U atab h1tII h1tIIUon H V Vtlon
tlon heaJqnarters heaiqu arters at the ConneleuU ConneleuUHis COl1wtteuk COl1wtteukHla cry 4kut
1 His ils family with the tb exception Uo of his hiselder b belder hiselder
elder son eon Alfred AJfHda Calderon will spend spendthe apentItbe spendthe
the winter abroadKiss abroad abroadAlias abroadHeI
Alias Helen HeI Cannon whose seeUl oktd pro prottram lltGI piagrant I
grant 81 as hostess host for the Speaker ef the theJlouse thelIoute theJioule
Jlouse is second Ne to that of no io other women wo woman woJII
men man In Washington will leave e here for forDsMville torDaa forDsstvrI1e
DsMville Daa Ile 111 December DeeeatlMrl fl SJ and Ad will wfllspend wittChrbt wills
s spend Christmas Chrbt day with IU her herUnto sister sisterMrs sisterMrs
Mrs Xefiewre If returning to Waahin Washington Wnctonl WashingtonDecember t n nDecember
December 27 27Miss 7KI 7 7kiss
Miss Cannon Is arranging aft a program programwhich HOraIftwllieh programwhich
which wM carry the hospitsUty Ut of her herfathers Mrfatbers herfathers
fathers house f tt9rHC tJa tJaof le i s sof JPn JPnof
of Oonrtes OoB Co i IfIu st bti bur b WVh wnVbTwin h HI I not n6t 1 w wstarted 8awted pestarted
started uitil January J January nUfUY 1 when what she he will willChicago wUtkwp willkeep
keep opts Ior47tlr r Jtv J LQPMe LPJwey VI
Chicago Cb o fM vrt e wsts her b guea gueatime lFtOrJk forest sliest JIItoitU sliesttlma
time U l Jo lust it havoc and a will spend this thiswinter 1hhtwinter ibiswinter
winter with with her 1M win wtn arrive the last of ofthis ftCthS8 ofthis
this month bringing brtDgt with her several ofher of ofher Bher
her bin automobiles aU In one of which she sheland sheand
land and Miss Cannon toured Xew Ne England Englandlast DtSJaItdaat Englandlast
last summer summerI summerhir for forMr
I Mr and Mrs Mr Leflteure brotherinlaw brotherinlawand 1
and sister of DC18 Miss Cannon CaaaonwlUJ will also o ome ar arrive artfy ¬
rive tfy the hist of the month mOtltlt and the UteJat lat latter t tter ¬ I
ter will assist assist Miss ldla Cannon C New Year YearDay Yeltrn YeltrMi YearDay
Day DayMiss n DayMiss
Miss Mi Roosevelt ROOl Ylt Throws Thr S Snowballs SnowballsA SnowballsprfUY
A pretty jtfory t1 of girlish g Uek sprightliness aarightHnessis t1tneM t1tneMtold
is told of Miss > Alice Roosevelt ROOMY t1n hi this thismorning U UItOr1 thismorning
morning ItOr1 nr NewaierfrMetraldM Nw e AHlKM ltIttldltlm ltIttldltlmof in ldWimlitlfln ldWimlitlflnof andalsn andalsnof
of the Misses X Warder who sailed sailedfyEs sailedfyEsteday Ued7 Ued7terda yes yesterday ¬
terday terda for Kurone KuroneThe Kurope IturopeThe i iThe
The big North German n Lloyd LJotaXaJer steamer steamerKateer st + amer amerKaiser
Kaiser Wliholm der Oaw aross a was an hour hourand houraad hourand
and mere e late In l JY1n leaving vlng < the X New w yorkcMeIu York Yorkdecks orb orbdeeks
decks and an the ship btt pulled pull owtn out n nUIT a aflurry aCurry
flurry UIT of snow now Mist Roosevelt and her hercompanion herMMpanJon herenmpanion
companion bomoarded their departing deparUngfriends departingfrienda frURIr frURIrfrlea4a
friends with snowballs creating the thegreatest theJust thegraatMt
greatest Just glee and vo Iq > Dd humor among the thepassengers Ut Utr thepassengers
passengers r instead of leaving them to tothe tothe tothe
the usual sadness accompanying 1UC0000Jtrt an out outgolns outJOIq outgoing
going vessel vesselColonel VfllltelCo1onel vesselColonel
Colonel and Mrs Bromwell have uue as ashcuse a a1KUM ashtue
hcuse guests the president o of Tulane TulanUniversity TulaneUnlver TulaneUniverdt
Univerdt University Unlver dty < New Orleans anti ml Mrs MrsAlderman MlLAklernaan DlrsAlderman
Alderman Alderman yin In who whose honor 1Ion < Mr r and MrsThomas Mrs MrsThomas 118 118Thomas
Thomas Nelson Nelson Page gave p ve a dinner 4In et last lastevening Juteenlng lastevening
evening eveningMrs eveningMrs
Mrs Langham and Miss u Langham Langhammothtr Ja Langhaafmother ngba IIi IIimotbH
mother and sister tu of Btfroneso von vonSternburg vonfSttllburg vonStereburg
Sternburg accompanied the tb German ant Hinbssssoor H1ftbauaiJor antbassaaor
bssssoor and his party yesterday ye tl t t8ldlty t8ldltythf rdi y whenthey when whenthy
thy left for Europe Mm Langham will wtllnot wntnot willnot
not return r tum to America this th season seasonVisiting aeonViaitin seasonVisiting
Visiting Viaitin in New York YorkQuite YorkQuit YorkQuite
Quite Quit a pretty bunch of girls well wellknown wenknown wellknown
known in Washington ahtnlton society were wer Jn Jnthe In Inlhe inthe
the box party given in I New Few York Inttt Jetllt Jetlltevenba lastevening Intttevening
evening evenba < by Charles A Munn for his hisniece hisniece
niece Miss 111 Augusta uguta MURU JUftJlo Mrs MrsDouglas MnaDougilu tireDouglas
Douglas Robinson was a chaperon and andin andIn andin
in the party were MJs Reaeevslt Roo R Q eIftltc eIftltcCorrlae evAt Mies MiesCorrine lilcCorrine
Corrine Douglas Doug Robinson Miss Dor Dorothy DaroUt Dorothy ¬
othy oUt Kean an and l Miss Janet Fish FishMr IrishMr FishMr
Mr and Mrs W Hamilton Smith rnlth en entertained entertained n nterWned ¬
tertained at dinner in their apartment apartmentlast ApartmfntJut apartmentlast
last night Their dining room was des desorated d decorated o oOlRtM
orated In n garlands rtanda or r red d ro roses es and andamllax andamllax andsmilax
amllax to correspond rrMpond with all the room roomand roomand roomand
and table decorations of bright scarlet scarletMr carletMr scarletMr
Mr and Mrs Smiths Smith guests ueatg from outof out outof outot
of town were Mr and Mrs 1 rs Holland of ofNew otNw ofAw
New York Mr and Mrs Jameaori of ofBrooklyn orrookln ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn rookln and Mr Williams lIllam of Balti Baltimore DaIUmore Baltimore ¬
more morePAY morePAY morePAY
PAY DAY FOR DISTRICT DISTRICTCOMES DISTRICTCOMES DISTRICTCOMES
COMES BEFORE CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAPay CHRISTMASPay
Pay day for District employes will willcome willaIDe willcome
come before Christmas Chrltm Instead of a athe Itt Itttile atthe
the end of the tb month as is I usually uilUallytbe uilUallytbecuecom the thecustom thecustom
custom customDisbursing cuecomDIbur customDisburtng
Disbursing DIbur ln Officer Rogers will distribute distrib distribute dllit rib ribut ¬
ut ute over 209009 next week among mora morrthan mora1Mn marethan
than XX 100 employes on the payrolls of th thpotter the thtpoIke thepeke <
potter and Are departments d school hool teach teachera t teachera ach achI
era and i iwnsloners iwnslonersTHE Mn > ensloners enslonersTHE IoneraiI >
I
THE THE IRISHMANS PERPLI PERPLEXITY PERPLEXITYLuto PE XITY XITYJutQ XITYLute
I Lute Morse tJtae Is I telling1 telling1another t tellin lJIn another Irishstory Irish Irishstory lrlabatqry
story this time about a green recruit recruitfrom recruittb recruitNrem
from th the old sod od who was walking with withbis withliii
bis brother through a railroad 1 cut on onnt a apleasant apleasant
pleasant nt Sunday afternoon Vtien atrain a atrain ILtNln
train came up behind them and Kn 1 whistled whistledth whistledthe
th t the experienced II petleneed Irishman clambered up upthe
the In bf bank while hi his brother struck ore oredown ol olclown offdown
down the nark ss fast as he could couldrun cou14naB couldrun
run only to 1 he > overtaken and tossed tosFdbout tossedShout tQaHdetNtut
Shout bout forty tort rods rod by the cowcatcher r
The lh brother bIoth rushed to Ms lat aido 1I1d and anilshout ft andshouted d d0utNt
shouted shout 0utNt o < f Molke 1 01 ke are re yeu y u buried laurtedr
Sure Im killed ent ontflraly entlv Irely Jf 1 1dldnt Tiy
didnt ldn > vt f l climb the bank nvell 1Tte1 ell It f fcouldnt I Icouldnt Icouldll
couldnt litf it o on the J level r i snorted snortedbraekit pO sportedthem > 1 1tile
tile WUIU hlullan howtl OW t tie rf rfIJrulIka X31 I vpI vpIlOuld ve vecould
could 1 b
hate t it fhmbltK hilts < e ebrueka
braekit State tolt Journal
DEBUTANTES HOLD HOLDGENTER UOLOCENTER
nnnrn CENTER nr OF oTunr STAGE SIMTwo STAGEi
Two Will Be e Presented PresentedThis PresentedThis PresentedThis
This Afternoon AfternoonMANY AfternoonMANY AfternoonMANY
MANY DINNERS OF THE THE WEEK WEEKSecretary WEEKSeoretary WEEKSecretary
Secretary and andJ4rs Mrs Morton Entertain EntertainBrilliant EntertainBri1li EntertainBrilliant
Brilliant Brilliant Bri1li nt Party P Par ty3enater Senator en tor and MrsForakerWh1TBe Mrs MrsForaker MrsForake
Foraker ForakerWh1TBe TVilLBe wnl B Hosts HostsBehutantea 1IostsDehtaDte HostsDebutantes
Debutantes ooRtlnv oon eontlpee to hold the tll at attention attftt1 atteatlen ¬
tention tftt1 Of f society Melal sml wllhdo wfirdo 1lr 1 so stp to totbs totbe tothe
tbs first of the New N ew Year YearSenor Yal YasrSenor r
1 1Senor
Senor Calderon the Bolivian minister mIs1starand ministerJWd mhls mhlsJPWI
and Senora Sefl Calderon will present their theirdaughter tltelrHuarhtr theiraausitter
daughter at a tea this afternoon afternoonMrs afternoonMrsEdward afternoondirs
Mrs MrsEdward Edward C McLure will m present presentone pr presentone ent entOJIe
one OJIe one of the th most attractive buds of the thesjaneen thet
sjaneen 00 t pneen in n the person of her grand granddaughter granddaushter granddaughter
daughter Miss MI Cornelia R Morcer at ather atb ather
her b home 1JOI 1X Twentieth Street this thisafternoon UtSaartern80n thisafternoon
afternoon afternoonOne artern80nOne afternoonOne
One of the most beautifully arranged arrangeddebutante arrangectdebutante arrangeddebutante
debutante teas t ef the season son was that thatat thatat thatat
at the home hoist of Gen and Mrs John C CBlack CDlaek CItlaek
Black yesterday afternoon when their theirdftugMer 111011aug1tLer theirdaughter
daughter Miss Helene Black was pre presented IreoHnted Preseated ¬
seatedMrs seated sentedMrs
Mrs Black being confined to her room roomMrs roomMrs roamMrs
Mrs Vrooman the elder daughter af afthe orthe ofthe
the family did the honors of the the oveat ovOOtrvcvMIng oveatMrs waittrltC
rvcvMIng rltC ng Ute thgu I sts wIth lllss Uss Black BlacokMra BlackMrs
Mrs Vroomnaui Vrooman were ttrot + a trained gown own of oflight otUaht oflight
light blue ehlKin n cloth trimmed very veryelaborately Yetelaboratel veryelaborately
elaboratel elaborately in white thread lace and andMiss andMw andMiss
Miss Mw Black white chiffon cloth very veryrichly veryrichly veryrichly
richly embroidered on bodice and skirt skirtin skirt1ft skirtIn
in white silk nk The latter held two bou bouquets bouqueta hostquote ¬
quote selected from the many sent nt herone Iter Iterone iteronf
one a cluster of violets and a Cl lilies of the thevalley t11evalley thevalley
valley the second of pink mess roeesMrs esXrIL messMrs
Mrs Alderman n Mrs Dir ra Charles Chu1 11 Brom Bromwell Bromwell Bromwell ¬
well and Mrs Hall did the h00 bolters hq ofthe of ofthe orthe
the dining dlnla room V Mrs George Anson AnsonHart Anaon AnaonHart Ansonhart
Hart of Chl hl I Kt J go > aunt au of the debutante debutantenfi dflbutnteaD4 debutanteasd
aD4 nfi eat of the family for the holiday holidayisprox 10lldayJf notdayaasiste
aasiste > p Jf 11Q31vtrmpS I taa taaA1ip as d411 4 4xP
A1ip isprox xP i rost Miss bile Alice Miller the Misses MfesesDVonVlKss MJtieeDWM1 Misses171idfl
DVonVlKss DWM1 Mt CcmradT G t4otatn J MMtU anfl MIss Hester HesterJleWy Hr Hry H 4a 4aILiIlty
JleWy y all buds of the present JI t soaildaandl goat goatand seail6a seail6aait
and ait Hiss bs Catharine Catl uine Cullom Ktdgiey ey theclever the theclever thecJefr
clever and popular lar daughter daubt r of the theContptrotlftr UteCOluptrol1 theComptroller
Comptroller r of theCurrtncv who was wa adebutante a adebutante addu
debutante ddu taat test year and is now one of ofthe oftlM ofthe
the matt u > ost popular hostesaes ntll of ofWPjdnc ofWPjdnctOIl WasjUn Wesjiiagtari WasjUnton
tariEntertain ton tonEntertdin
i
Entertain Entwt tll at Danger DlnaerThe DblavThe DangerThe
The Secretary of the Navy 2av X J and Mrs MrsMorton MILIon BuysMorton
Morton Ion entertained a dinner party last lastnlKht 1Ntnwbt iaatnight
night when their guests were Speaker SpeakerOatMon SpeakerMia Speakersen
OatMon sen Mia Cannes Attorney ttorftey tenet Oen OenMoody General GeneralMoody l lMoody
Moody Mrs r Morrow of Chicago a ahouse abou ahouse
house bou gises t Gsv 0 ° L aN ad Mrs Irlll John WI W Wua WQgJraI
QgJraI I W lttjs xtsiarodl xtsiarodlCaptain 1
c Captain ua plain pTai and Mr Mrs Brownson MIs MIsBoat Miss MissI Miean
I Boar4man Boat ± dnlan n jr and aftdln Mrs William Elroxd Elroldut ElroxdMr ElrorJlUt
a Ut ut fis + b ti tiMr 1 t ta J JVI
Mr and Mrs AAnM John Ci C pjer er entertained entertainedSt ntertalaodat
at dinner last night IJaooneu BaWnens Monchcur Monchcurwife 3tlODch biencheurwife ur urwtte
wife of the Belgian minister mlt Mr M Han Hansen Ha HaJen I an anfel6
Jen sen first ntt secretary of the Russian laftbau en enbass esMbassy
bass bau Assistant Secretary of State and andMrs aMJWn andMrs
Mrs Herbert H H D Petroe Strasd Mr and MrsArthur Mrs MIIIArtbur i iArthur
Arthur Lee Dr and Mr Mrs X Coshman Mr Mram Mra Mran
am an a Mrs Mr IfII Oliver Cromwell Mr and Mr MrMontgomery Idre IdreMontgomery t tMOfttaomer
Montgomery MOfttaomer Mr and Mrs Padelford Padelfordills PadelfordMiss
ills MJ Cropper and Dr Lee LeeColonel LeeColonel LeeColonel
Colonel and Mrs W Bromwell will entertain enter entertain entertain ¬
tain at dinner December Deee l 19 In honor ofMis of ofMiss I
Mis Miss JIll Helene Black debutante daughter daughterof
of Oen and Mrs ra John C Black Black4or Blackor Blackor
4or or ANn andMss and iatriteatrotnvCc iatriteatrotnvCcrained 1 < teiremcrc teiremcrcjtafned n b btafaed
jtafned rained a dinner party of eighteen eI < lateen hurt hurtevening JMtvenlD lastevening
evening eveningSenator venlD VV VVSeotor
Senator 0 and Mrs Foraker will HJ enterlain enter entertain entertaJn
lain at dinner this evening eveningSenator eveninGStnator eveningSenator
Senator and Mrs Burrows have uv uvsued Is Is8ued la lashed
sued invitations to a dinner dh In honor honorof honorof
of Senator and Mrs Fairbanks on
Wednesday December ber 21 21Mrs 1M l lMrs
Mrs M Crosby win entertain at a tea teathis tuthis teathis
this afternoon at her home on Connec Connecticut ConneetJcut Connecticut ¬
ticut Avenue AvenueENTERTAINMENTS A etlue etlueENTERTAINNENTS
ENTERTAINMENTS ENTERTAINMENTSOF A j tl T TOF
OF VARIOUS SORTSrafebow SORTS SORTSA
A rainbow baaaar will 1f l be given fen by byclass bf bfel 1TVdaas
class el SI of the theC Calvary Jva Baptist Sundayipchool Sunday Sundayschool Su SuItChOo
school ItChOo in the banquet nquet hall of Sunday gundaySchool SundaySchool InwaySehool
School House December Dec If at i 7ocbck 799 799oclock iodoek >
oclock All kinds dn of Christmas pres presents pr preats V Vftt ¬
eats ftt including laeludta tree trimmings will be besold beIIOkI besold
sold soldRefreshment IIOkInrbJMoftt soldRefreshments
Refreshment Refreshments interspersing a literary literaryand UteraryaU literaryand
and musical Mu ul program INOIfa will Ml In the theevening t1teevnll theevctdng
evening evnll II No admission adm1a on will b be charged chargedI
I A unique > entertainment was given ven at atthe atthe t ttM
the Hall Ha of the Ancients recently when whena
a number of young women and men meltwearing menwearing JIte1Iweartng
wearing Grecian costumes posed In Intah Intahleaux Intableaux tab tableaux ¬
leaux representing phases of Roman lifefor life lifefor Utetor
for the benefit bfonl > t of charity charityThe eharityThe charityThe
The program wan first a Greek pro procession prot procession ¬
cession t lon and votive offering otf < rlngto to Athena Athenasecond At Athenasecond i incl
second ncl School of o Vestals third the themarriage the1narrtale Sitemarriage
marriage of the Aldobrandlni and 1Id last lastly lastly ¬
ly 1 a Rowan dinner The ladies who whowerfc whuerlrt whowar
werfc war erlrt costumed and figured ured in I the pie pictures DIe DIetur pieturn ¬
tures tur turn were Miss M Whltcomb blteomb Miss ill Hun Bungertord Hungerford UunKtrtonl
gerford Miss Dorset Miss > ia Handy Hanel MISS MlseNicholson MISSNicholson U UNlcqolllOU
Nicholson Miss ft Riordan Miss Russ HousMiss RuuaMia RussMiss
Miss Morris Miss Meredith M redlth and Miss MissSnyder MI MISnyder MissSnyder
Snyder while the men were Mr ClarkMr Clark ClarkMr CJa1kMr
Mr Ewers Mr Alexander Alexander Mr r Parquaran Far Farquaian FarqUMran
quaian Charles CharI Van Horn Mr 1 lr W Wood Woodward oocl ooclAr ooilward ¬
ward Ar I and Mr Robinson RobinsonRefreshments RoblnlIOnntrhmentB RobinsonRefreshments
Refreshments were served in n the Itomar Ro Roman Romah ¬
man House which hleh Is I provided with thelounges the thelounges theloung
lounges loung ami anti divans of the ancients ancl Instead In InAt h hatead
stead of ordinal table and ch chair chairAt
r rAt
At the fourteenth regular oeular meeting of lthe Mthe ofthe
the Allegretto Social Club held at the theresidence thttr8flldence theresidence
residence of o Miss 11 Henrietta Kaster a dw dwlightful d dIIghtful delightful
lightful evening was wa spentAlthough si spent llilentAlthoqh > ent entAlthough
Although this club may yet be consid considered conakttired onaMQred ¬
tired very ery young youn It is popular as In e evi evidenced 601dn evldeneed ¬
denced dn ed by b th tht > > many application which whichare whichMre witchare
are being beln received Two new membert membertwere member memberwere mln1btutlw
were w received rt > tI at the > meting nu tln and sever several severItl several ¬
al applications given consideration The Theremuiiide Thertmulude Theresnalnde
remuiiide of the th business was disposed disposedof disposedof
of satisfactorily 8UtI autlefa fa torUY after which whl h refresh refreshmeni rttr retrosltsnen lih lihmeni
snen meni a were served and this was wa fol followiiV followt
lowiiV 101 meni 1 by several games pm for one of ofwhich orwhl ofwhl
which whl prizes were we given the recipients recipientsbeing recllliltntllhelna recipientsbeing
being J c Darns 1 and Mlas Cecilia CeciliaSp CeelllaSHr CeciliaSneer
Sp Sneer SHrThe SneerThe r rThe
The officers otlc ll of the club Iub are President PresidentJoseph Pre PresidentJoseph ldent ldentJ08eJth
Joseph F Braaheara vice president presidentMiss preahlefttMIM
Miss 1 tlas Marie Cogan secretary Wililanr Williani WillianiT lIIhthl
T 1 Spence and treasurer Miss f Henriet Henrietta 1Inrltta Ifenrieta ¬
t ta a Easter
EulerAN
AN EXTREME EXT EME VIEW VIEVWlllie VIEWWIIIIePa VIEWWilliePa
Wlllie WIIIIePa Ea what wba di d those trhoseladleta ladles m mean meanW meanv an anwhen
when W v they they talk aIJt lit about V womo wom KOrnoyu KOrnoyuap r rf s sHtnierett
Htnierett sere re
f Ps relhfr Their lhfr eiT T Ideas of womens wom sphere a t W Wson tm tmtun fl flaon
son Is I the1 the1earth t tt earth THey think It belons belunnMto belonsin <
in ihem tlsesnPltlludelrhla PhtluIelfhlK LeUetr
AUT itiis US fOR ii WAR USE USESUCCESSFUllY USEV USE8UUUE88FLY V
SUCCESSFULLY TESTEDThirty TESTED TESTEDThirty TESTEDThirty
Thirty Machines of Different Make MakeCompete MakeCompeteDo MakeCompeteDo
Compete CompeteDo Do Work Under Sealed SealedOrders SealedOrdera SealedOrders
Orders in Italy ItalyA Italy8tJcetMhal
A tnlece successful eetul trial of automoWUe autos obiNa for forwar torwar or orwar
war use u has Just jut been completed en the fliefrontier t thefrontier 8 8frontier
frontier of Italy according to a rei report NportreceIved reportreceived rt rtreceived
received from United States Oensal OensalBrush CelUftt CelUfttBru 0nt ul ulBrush
Brush Bru h at Milan MilanThirty laUlnThfrtautHoC Mile MileThirty
Thirty ThfrtautHoC autos of different types oem osrnpoted oempeted campeted
peted writes Mr lrr Brush and all n but one onereturned onereturned onereturned
returned to Bresela eta the starting paint paintAt p pelntAt lnt lntAt
At dawn each chauffeur cMu < eur left Brescia Bresciaby Bresciaby Bresciaby
by a certain gate and nd then opened op nad a Hsealed asealed asealed
sealed order containing the rouie tOIV laid laiddown Jald1own 3alddown
down < for him says ya Mr Brush des describing desc1Jblng describing ¬
cribing ths tll tbp trlate trlateIn tl1 tl1In tsiaiaIn
In vfaw of the supposed Invasion VAldon of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country by an enemy the routes rouiaawere routfwere routeswere
were selected with regard to safety atet aa aawell a8weB aswell
well as speed The distance had to be becovered becovered becovered
covered within twentyfour hours bou and
the military authorities authorlU made every
preparation for verifying the routes routesTwo routestime
time of departure and arriVAl etC
Two cannons were transported by the
automobiles automobll and bread and other sup ¬
plies were taken to nctitions military
camps In rapid delivery of Important Importantsupplies
supplies each as heuoezaphs keUo ha field teie teieIt telephones tefep
p phones ones ete ad for many other strate strateg trate
grlcal g eal purposes U It t was found toundthat found that the thenew thenew thenew
new service r went beyond alT 11 expecta expeotaPhe ¬
tions tionsJThe M
JThe ma Mma Phe longest long distance distance tance covered was iii iiimflea tugmiles K Kmfles
miles mfleaTH milesTHEY mflesTHEY
THEY TH EYCELEBRA CELEBRATE CELEBRATEWEDDING CELEBRATED TE TEWEDDING
WEDDING D D 1 DAY DAfThe DAYlhtt D A AThe
The fifteenth wedding anniversary analye of ofMX o o1IJaft ofMx
MX 1IJaft anf ana Mrs Achllle Addu Binkin ws eele eelebnctsa eel eelbt1Itelat eelebraad
bnctsa bt1Itelat st attbir thefr r home hom l 1001 ot L Street M yn ynA + on ondayrdght n ndaltt
daltt dalttA1arge dayrdghtA
A A1arge large number of of friends assembled assembledto a aembledto
to honor the host and hostess the latter latterbeing latterIng latterbeing
being Ing attired to n gown of pale blue bluemeetteime bluem bluemoeaallne
meetteime m Je crepe with Jeweled trimmings trim trimmings trimmIng ¬
mings She was assisted fated in receiving
the guests eat by her k mother J otber Mrs Sallie SallieJ
J Maugrer and her sister ter Mrs F W WBuddecke wBuddlteke WBuddeeke
Buddecke A buffet lunch was W served servedthe llelVedthe servedthe
the guests anion among whom were the Rev RevRockford RevRockford RevRockford
Rockford Stetson Mr and Mrs nL Anton AntonLerch Aittotwlleh AirtonLerch
Lerch Mrs 1 Sallie J Mauf MIl Mauger er Mr and andMrs andMrs ud udtrs
Mrs r 1 W V Buddecke Mrs Emma BmmaSmith EmmaS Emmamltit
Smith S mltit and y debaters teas en Misses Bmma and andEbrfe andElate andElsie
Elate Mrs H Eyre of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMrs PhiladelphiaIN PhiladelphiaMr
Mrs Mr P W Buddecke Mr and Mrs MrsCharles hireChad rs rsC
Charles Chad C J Randolph and Miss KI Leah Randolph Ran Randolph RandoIpb ¬
dolph Mr itnd and Mrs Charles E Toung T9 T9aJHlJl1 puag puagarse
i And aJHlJl1 Burst II Ii I3 Bentley Smith iIl itrs i and andrs i iIn
In rs 1L IJ P Wilson Mr and d Mrs Jfed 1ttt Thl H Hlotnas H HTbo Hteas
Tbo lotnas teas Mr and Mrs II John A Meyer Meyerand Moyerand Ioyel Ioyelancl
and Miss Jennie Moyer Mr and nd Mrs J JB JB j
B Corridon Mr ir and as 1 Mr Xrs Gkorge ato Wood WoodMr WoodMr WoodMr
Mr and Mrs WITuam R Carver Mr Mrand 1lrand Mrand
and Mrs George Judd Mr and Mrs MrsEd lILrsEd fibsEA
Ed Pillsbury Mrs Nellie NeU Sues Sueu Mrs MrsRobert MraytobErt Mrsitobert
Robert Lrfimb Im b and Miss M BOa Lamb Dr Drand Dlancl Drand
and Mrs Edwin Lotnrop Mr ami Mrs MrsHerman MraHerman MrsHerman
Herman Smith Sn IUt Mr and Mrs Muck Masehipeyer MuckJIJ Maschfpeyer
ipeyer JIJ er Mr and Mrs Theodore Apple AppleMrs AppleMrs > pN
Mrs Charles Char Fletcher Mrs Josephine JosephineDent JosephineDent
Dent Deatr Misses Libtole Marr JIanNannle Nannie Dan Danlet DanJet Daniel
let iel Kate Smoot Xeflle enle McOpnellMaheL McOfnnell McOfnnellllabel MDaeU MDaeUIa
llabel Ia West WlCaLe Kate Sterl SUrllnf I IMaaenon cud cudMasterson nd Messrs MessrsMaeteraon
Maeteraon Kite KIt Comstock Schief Sc and andMaugvr andMauger
Maugvr Mau Mauj
j WOULD W ULD COST 8oee 8oeeThe Sooif 8oeoThe
The District strict Commissioners tYommWstoers m e hare e in intne far farr
r the North N rth Capitol apttoi Isnd ilnd Eckfngton EckfngtonAssociation Ec ftgton ftgtonon ngtsnAssociation
if Association on which Hbently Hbentlyta tly tlya tlya
ta a request rgntpt for f < en estimate of ofeast gtf ofeet
eet east ef f pavtas With asphalt Randolph RandolphStreet Rasrlolpbstreet
S Street 1fcl tram North Capitol Street to FirstStreet First Firsti FltStreet
i Street west that the probable coat c t of ofliner oft ofthe
liner t the proposed = work would ould be I woit
u
Cadets From Alaska AlaskaMay Alaskao AlaskaMay o
May Go to AcademiesSenator Academies AcademiesSenator AcademiesSenator
Senator Perkins Introduces Bill Extending ExtendingPrivilege ExtendingPrivilege ExtendingPrivilege
Privilege to Northern Territory Territoryl TerritoryInterest TerritoryInterestof Interest Interestof tere5t tere5tof
of Women in the Smoot Ccise C ise
Cadets from Alaska to to tho West treat Point Pointand Pointand
and Annapolte Aeademles Acado nles are the new newpst II nowest W WNt 1
pst Nt things In army nrm nnd navy circles tn tnconsequanoo tnnconsequence n nconsequ8noo
consequence of a bill introduced Introd oed in the theSena tileSeDftw theSenate
Sena Senate to by Air tr Perkins of california He HeIs HeIs Hele
Is one of the tb Senators Son tars who believe inhelping in inhelping IAJaelllng
helping the people of the northernmost northernmostTerritory northernm northernmostTerritory at atTerritory
Territory of this Government in ovary ovarypoeslble evftl7 evftl7poe everypoolbluny
poe poolbluny poeslble lble vny to put them on an equal equalfooting equalfooting qualfooting
footing with the people of the States StatesThe StatesTho StatesThe
The only requirement attached is twodar two twooare
dar oare 8 bona fide residence there U1sroJmme U1sroJmmedlatel Immediately imme immediately ¬
diately dlatel prior to uppdlntment uppdlntmentAn
An Interesting fa fact t in connootion eonn tlon with Triththft withthe ftb ftbthe >
the bill is the fart that th t under its itsphraseology Itsl1logy itsphraseology
phraseology it is I s not dlfiUnetly 1IsUnQtI < stated staiadthat statedthat statedthat
that the cadets ca 1cts < shall be American born bomThere bbrnThere bornThere
There Is I to be a new ibw w West W t Pointer Pointermerely Pointermerely Pointermerely
merely uln In addition to the corps of ofcadets ofcudoLq ofcadets
cadets now authoiTzed authotIzed by law Tlio Thothought Tliothought Tliothought
thought that hat an Eskimo qr fullblooded fullbloodedIndian tutlbloodedIndialt fullbloodedIndlal
Indian mS nd mjgrht gettho get the appointment app lntment Is not notfeared nottr notfeared
feared tr fl howaver hOVlWer hou over for the selectlon selection of the theCoriunrttc UteOrtuiJnte thefortunate
fortunate youth y uth Is vested In the Pr Prest Prestdent Prestdent s sflent
dent of QJoVnlted Stales StalesAt StalesAt StatesAt
At the Smoot Inquiry InquiryWdmen InquiryW InquiryWOmen
WOmen W melt visitors to the Smoot hearipgs hearipgsat lfoarlpgeat eartp8t
at t 119 tha thy Capitol pnUltol listen so intently IntenUYtptat IntenUYtptattllEW that thattliay at atallay
allay tliay afm Como pretty prett close to cultivating a amiibtle aar aof
ar countenance like the auto autombbtl automobile
mbbtl mobile floe the bridge whist faceand face faceand faceand
and otl otners others ers of that class They become becomeso
so absorbed by b the details of otJormon otJormonattDlrtJmt Mormon Mormonaffalrg Mormonaffalrstbat
affalrg attDlrtJmt t at It It Jnvriably quite a slroek slroekfo SlroektOil shockfoa
fo tOil tm to realize suddenly that they theyWhen theyaro theyare
are ta t 4 matJlerefn Washington WashingtonVhe1t WashingtonVVltefs
When 83 t > end had come to the teetimossy testl testlmony teetlm
mony m mossy ny of ntatcinetVs a awllnecB witnecs yesterday est rdAY afternoon afternoonand afternoonand afternoonwas
and Attorney Taylors pext witness witnessnot was was wasnot wasnot
not op oIi hand as anticipated nnUclp ted Chairman ChairmanBurrows Chf1lrnianBurrows ChalrmmnBurrows
Burrows promptly declared the session sessionadjourned sessIonadjourned sessionadjourned
adjourned to 10 oclock this mornIng morning1For mornIngFor morningFor
For an instant the intent look of the thewomen tbewomen thawomen
women spectators spee B did not relax In the theleast theJeaaat theleapt
least Jeaaat Then they th Y discovered < themsalvos themsalvosback thentsblvosbaek tllemshlvosbeck
back again galn In Washington safe and andsound andlIOndbut andsound
sound lIOndbut but disappointed af pointed in not hearing hearingfurther hfJ hearingfurther rlng rlngturtWr
further revelations Most of ottlcm them said Baldnothing saidnothing k1 k1notl1lng
nothing but one ofte could cmudnot couldnotrefraln not refrain from fromexpressing fromexpressing rom romexpre
expre expressing ing her views with all the i1t in intensity Intenlty Intensity ¬
tensity of her nature natureOl natureolp
olp Ol pshaw VWZSMJ what aft 1i said saidlooking saidlooking = 1 1 1dreadtuUy
looking dreadfully d1sppolnted d1sppolntedMr aTss iIrmQ pqihtefl pqihteflMr otnt6Mr
Mr Spooners pooners s Slip SlipIn SlipIn SlipIn
In the ex excitement ilteznent of debate In Con Congress Conrea Congress ¬
gress rea meMbers often make mak 1KU little slips slipsof slipsof lips lipsor
of a word or two In their arguments argumentswhich argumentawhieh argumentswhich
which they themselves them elves do not realize realizebut reaJteebut realisebut
but which seem em very amusing to their theircofteogtiea theirco theircofeagnes
cofteogtiea co e who are listening Ut BtftS Of this thissort thissort
I
sort 1t is 1 the member ef tau He Roase Hens se who whoin whoIn hO hOIn
in a debate last la t session n spoke of a place placenaturally placenaturally Iturally
naturally turally well fortlfled by b nature and amicould awdeould andcould
could not understand u d why wh his colleagues colleagueslaughed colleagueslaughed oUeaguesJauped
laughed most mo t ImmocIerfltelIn Immoderately ImmoderatelyIn
In tfee Senate Senat yesterday afternoon in fnlhe trbe inthe
the be debate f1eb te on the pure food bill bill billSpooner Mr MrSpooner JarSpooner
Spooner arose to address a Question to toMr toMr toMr
Mr McCumber who had been speaking speakingon
on the bill bfll1g bintvU i ite
te tvU it itnot not nOt trMe tie w sikgd the tb dteUB dfetialgushed dteUBeamestneea dls n ni
gushed i hlK1 WJ Vlfc Semttlw Sestgrtitdttl iBtottse iBtottseeanaestnea8 lntaa3eearueetnes
eamestneea eanaestnea8 tltWtln > 3tltaf t in SS 001 cnaes out of orThousand
0 0 j jThousand
Thousand Thousand you OU mean soma ODe sug suggested wgsested suggested ¬
gested but the Senator did not BotheRr hear thecorrection the thecorrection tilecorrection
correction
t
cJWrt c ii wi i We dont want lo 4 any as wad rtelc nek fer you Ait 8iIy llhI
Sutras commjj down the street tw L V
AM HeftS li tatis the t place This errand business is just nice Ii te fiwJ fiftd1ft fmtimg
1ft moM money
I jTi r ieach leach you you you young scamp sc mp to IjHog IlrM kticrs lett rs to my Y daujli 1 1tu
tu jum um m Ihal l the J dufk
Representative Represeatddve 8l1tUtve Souths Soutlaa1 ef Virginia Virginiawas VIrginiawas Virginiawas
was deploring the fact that since the theeivlt thEetvtt thecivil
civil war Vlralnla has lost I t with one oneexception oneexception oneexoeptton
exception the threefifths interest Inter et she sheheld lithelteld sheheld
held in every railroad raJl to t Ito e Old Domin Dominion DominIon DominIon ¬
ion at the time of the beginning be JI of that thatconitlct thatconnlet thatconflict
conflict conitlctgj conflictshe
connletfiiJM
she gj e now has he said a three threeflftbe thr thrMt threeMfhs
flftbe 6 interest latter in the preflts of th tl tltb Rich Rlchntopd Riehm Richns
ntopd m Fradftrtcksburff ana PotomacRaILNa4 Potomac PotomacRsilread Potomac PotomacRallread
Rallread It this yearly y rh profit were wereapplied YoreIlDPJled wereapplied
applied esiiolstently to the sinking fund fundCOJ fundforr
for the payment paYnHnt of the State debt itwould it Itwould
would wipe lpo out that obligation ob in sixty sixtyyeara sixtyear sixtyyterd
yeara ear Think of what a beautiful revenue reve revenue revenue ¬
nue that is 1 and Imagine how rich the theSlata tbeState theState
State weald be if it stttl tW owned all the therailroad thet therailroad
railroad t Uro d holdings It once had hadHoweve badHoWftOet hadHowever
However he flfghed 1Jf a lot or ornnan ornnancl finan financlat finan financial ¬
cial cl jugglery has taken away that gold goldmine goldnone oId oIdmlB
mine mlB for the most part partMosby partMoaby partS partMosby
S
Mosby Raids HoUSeThR House HouseTim nouseTllee
Tim old Confederate veteran OeL John JohnS JohnS
S Mosby ltIo by was a prominent figure in inthe Intn inthe
the tn Democratic D moeratJe eJoakroem the other otherday otherday otherday
day dayIlls
dayHis
His sturdy frame tltme was wuthe the center of ofan otan ofan
an admiring group of Southern states statesmen statesmen statesmen ¬
men and all 1 the old warhorse warho se looked as asyoung asyounS asyoung
young and d vigorous as its many of ot the theyounger theyouDKer theyounger
younger men who talked t1k d with him himTwo blmTwo himTwo
Two Late Arrivals ArrivalsTwo ArPvalsTWD Arrivals ArrivalsTwo
Two naswBomers nasmere lIw e at at the Capitol pftel this thisweek thiswe thisweek
we week are IZpr ReprtaW Rspreeantatlves entatJv s Small of ofXerfji otNer ofNerfh
Xerfji Ner b CareHna Irf andPearre d sine Peure o Mary Maryair iary
Ia lapd lapdMr I
Mr Smalls sm Jrs arrival was delayed dJ cd by bythe b Y Ythe
I the illhealth 4t < rf his wife ICe wlle lie Mr MrPearre
Pearre has been through tftro gb a I JOftP nge siege siegeof siegeof
of sickness
Pressure for Places PlacesMembers PlacesMembers
Members of Conarase Cangrear have bean well wellnigh wellnigh
nigh distracted this seeaion s br what whatthey whatthey
they term the pressure IM for place placeNever placeNever
Never before they say a > aT Tbtwe have the corri corridors oorrldorg corn corndoes ¬
does and ccma committee rttue rotes lft8 been so socrowded socrowded socrowded
crowded with men and women as at attlie atthe
the present t Ump when nearly every everyvisitor everyvisitor
visitor vlsl r is desirous II of employment employmentAnything empl employmentAnything JIIMRt JIIMRtuAJtrthlng
Anything would do do Is the genera generacry generaeryand
eryana cry ami this is amended by b the plea pleaI
I ant U int work wodcand and anything I can get getwill getwill tt
will salt It met ine I must have work workCoupled workCoupled
Coupled with the placeseeking Is an animpression anImpression
impression in the minds of the people peoplethat Jeoplethat peoplethat
that A member of Congress can make makeplaces maktplaces makeplaces
places for whomsoever wbom oever he chooses ehOO8 with without without without ¬
out regard for the demand for em employes emplO employes ¬
ployes plO They seem JR to think that th thmembers the thtJRembens themembers
members have jobs at t their disposal dl po al all allthe allthe
the time and that there is no GovernTnnt Govern Government ¬
ment department no pa private corporation corporationinto corporationinto
into which they the eannot shove ho their theirfriends theirtrleDda theirfriends
friends and constituents at will willThe wtllThe willThe
The members strarrle with this as asbest u1HI asbeet
best they they can and explain that th t th tht there thereare > re reare rfaN
are hardly baml any places plaC available a > The Theexplanation ThpecpJanatlOB Theexplanation
explanation always brings a look of ofincredulity orfncredullty ofIncredulity
incredulity to the face of the applicant applicantB a applicantBjt > pUnnt pUnntButjrJth1
ButjrJth1 Bjt B r Jti Isth Ithe setenan n j t JFftl th all aq theaume theaumeBIG H hs JUmt JUmtj
j BIG GAME GAMEThey GAMErey GAMEThey
They tell me Bulger te a great grea fellow fellowfor fellowfor fellowfor
for big same sameYes ameoy arse arseYes
oy Yes fie lie ie sat through a poker sesnco sesncolast seancilest
last 18 > t night with a silver miner from Ne Nevada e eva4n evada ¬
vada and a Watt street ambler
I Billy Bungle Runs an an Errand I
My MY little man IH 1 < gfye you a a quarter 4 utrttr if you drifter deliti e r this is i lette et to I
lad rofme me
Are you O1 Ms Jam JOftII Wet heres a letter I Uer a nsn nan told m me tt tte t ttMve I
Mve e to you
Boo hoof I know knowboo boo hooi hootthat that this is the quarter for tarry tarrying tarrythe tartythe
ing the letter but what whatboo boo hoo htrldo do I get fQr or celling ttt n the Ikjangi lidcin 1
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