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a THE T WASHINGTON ASHLVC TO T TIMES TllIES1 TIIF l MONDAY OCTOBER 28 1907
DiPLOMATIC CIRCLES BECOAdIlVG GA Y 3
SENOR DIAZ DIAZWILL DiAlWILL DIPZWILL
WILL ARRIVE ARRIVENOVEMBER 1XPPIVINOVEMI3ER RRIVE RRIVENOVEM
NOVEMBER NOVEM ER 7 7Senor r rSenor 7SeRPr
Senor Anlbal Cruz Diaz the newly ap appointed appolntK appolntod
pointed minister mlnistertrOin from Chile will arrive arrivela arrivei1 arriveL
la L New York November 7 The charge chargedaffaires chargedattalr4 chargedatfatr
daffaires datfatr s of o the legation leptlcm Senor Yoecntsm Yoaoj Yoc YocIm
ham Im and Senor SaUna the secretary secretaryof
of the 0 legation J ion will go over to New New1ork Nework Newlurk
lurk ork to meet the minister and will stop stopat stopat lop
at the Plaza Pa Hotel HotelSuitor HotelS4ncr hotelSenor
Suitor Diaz has many friends in Wash Washiagton Wuhllgton Washfagton
iagton where wherehe he was secretary of the theItgatlon th thlqllttlon thelrgatlon
Itgatlon fourteen years ago and a ai avNJII avrdirt
i vNJII orui i welcome W 1 will be extended to him himMiss hImMiss himMiss
Miss Hoyt Fated FatedMiss F3tedMia
Miss Constance COIta e Hoyt the charming charminKdaughter cbarminldaughter charmingdaughter
daughter of the Solicitor General an allJ allJMrs 1 lMra 1Mrs
Mrs Henry M Hoyt who is to mal maVjier ma maJ malfur
fur J r formal debut in h Washington hinSton th thfcrasoR thI thbeaaon
fcrasoR I > is quite Q1 ke an important social 8 CI1 fa fator tatr fat fattor >
tor at Hot Springs where she te 1 spend spenUing spendIng > > penJ penJIng
ing the tJI Autumn with her parents Sh hhisae Sht Shthas Shlaa
has laa done some Mttle entertaining on htr htruwn htlUW11 htruWaa
uwn acooun account and is also the recipient recipientof
of considerable attention attentionYesterday attentionYNtenla attentionYesterday
Yesterday YNtenla utte was the guest of Mr Mrand Mrand 1 1and
and Mrs Eben D Jordan of Boston Buetonat Bostonat Bo ton tonat
at luncheon Others in the party were weretheir wretheir weretheir
their young youn daughter Mlae Dorothy Doroth DorothJ DorothyJordan DorothjJ
Jordan J t uldan > i dan who is to be one of the Boston Bostondebutantes BofItondbJtaatM Boatondebutantes
debutantes this season MIaaRosamond MIaaRosamondStreet Miss MtMRO Rosamond RosamondStreet Amond AmondStr
Street Str et Mr and Mrs Morris L I John Johnston Jonust Johnat ¬
st ston sn Miss Marion Feni FerutO o and Linze LinzeBiagden LlnzecBlagden LinzeeBlagden
Blagden BiagdenSaturday BlagdenSaturday BlagdenSaturday
Saturday evening evenln Miss Kmlly Sloanedaughter Sloane Sioanedaughter SloanedauSht
daughter dauSht < < of o Henry T Sioane of New NewYork N NYork NewYork
York entertained Rtertal ed at dinner in theHomeetead the theHomestead th thHome
Homestead Home tead Hotel with MI Mies Hoyt as asthe atthe abthe
the principal guest Ml Miss fIN Hoyt wa waparticularly wu wuparticularly waaparticularly
particularly attractive in a gown Wit of ofwhite otwhite ofwhite
white point desprit with a white and andpink andpink andpink
pink scarf scarfMiss sear searMiss aeerfMica
Miss Eleanor Terry of Washington Washingtondaughter Washlnftondaughter Washingtondaughter
daughter of Rear Admiral and Mrs MrsSilas MrsSilas loInSU
Silas SU Terry is spending speodh g the autumn ma mason seanon a ason ¬
son at Hot Springs SpringsHalloween SpelegsHalloween
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Halloween Dance DanceThe DancThe DanceThe
The Forgetmenot 10rgetIne not Pleasure PIs ure Club an anrounces anrouncaa
rounces a Halloween dance next Thurs Thursday Thu Thursday s sday ¬
day night at Naval Lodge Hull Fourth Fourthand Fourthend Fourthand
and Pennsylvania avenue avenue Thtra Thw will be besomething bel50methlrqr beacmethipg
something new in their twentyrainule twentyrainulepumpkin twentyminutepumpkin
1 pumpkin > light waltz with other special specialattractions speelalattractlODS specialattraetlone
attractions Invitations have been is issued Issued Issued ¬
sued suedFirst suedFirst suedFirst
First of Series of Dances DancesThe DancesThe DancesThe
The W C O F will hold the first of ofa ofa
a 8 series of dances at Carroll Institute InstituteHall InstltuleHall InstituteHail
Hall Wednesday October 30 Miss MissMaud MissMaud MissMaud
Maud Murphy is I chairman of the fallcwing fal fallowing fallrwln ¬
lowing lrwln committee The Misses Hagen HagenThomas HagenHunt HagenHunt
Hunt Hodgkins Buckle Buckley Loughran and andThomas I11 I11Thomas
Thomas Hagan Ward Hunt Charles R RIernan RIernan l lKernan
Iernan Clarence Lee John LoughranWilliam Loughran LouKhranWillfam I IVViillam
William McMalion and Clarence Sir SlsDinner SirDinner I IDinner
Dinner to t to the Korners KornersMrsvBell KornersMr KornersMrs
MrsvBell Mr Mrs Bell wife of Gen J Franklin FranklinBell FranklinBell FranklinBell
Bell entertained at a dinner of four fourteen fourteen fourteen ¬
teen covers Saturday evening at the theChevy UteChevy thez
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Chevy Chase Ch Club la honor of Major Majorand Majorald Majorand
and Mrs 1lr Korner who will leave Wash Washington WaskIngton Washington ¬
ington for Berlin November 1 Mrs MrsBell Ml1IBell MrsBell
Bell hoe as her h house guest her cousin cousinMiss cousinMlullJeld cousinMiss
Miss MlullJeld Field of Chicago Mine Field will willremain willremain willremain
remain in Washington WUlhllt ton for two t weeks weeksMiss weeksMiss weeksMiss
Miss Mary ary Carlisle to Leave LeaveMiss LeaveMiss I
Miss i Mary Carlisle and her motherdirs mother motherMrs motherMrs
Mrs Caldemn Carlisle returned t tWashington to toWashington <
Washington aa1Ungton last Thursday from the Hot HotSprings HotSpdngs HotSprings
Springs where th t < y spent the summer summerThey BummerThey summerThey
They will leave today for New York Yorkand Yorklind Yorkand
and will spend pend a week there Miss Car Carlisle Car1191e Carlisle ¬
lisle will sail n for Athens 4thena + thenll December 4 4with 4with 4with
with her aunt Mrs John G Jacksoi Jacksoithe JacltIlOIJ
the wife of the United States minister ministerto
to Greece Miss Carlisle expects to stay stayabroad 8tayabroad stayabroad
abroad a year yearDr yearDr
Dr and Mrs William Mercer Spriggs Springshave Spriggshave Spriggshave
have given tven up their house hou e in 11 Sixteenth Sixteenthstreet Sixteenthstreet Sixteenthstreet
street and taken an apartment at the theBurlington theBurlington theBurlington
Burlington for the season seasonMrs seasonMrs on onMrs
Mrs Mark Hanna will UJCtMe come to Wash Washington Washington ash ashIngtcn ¬
ington early in November Her apart apartments aPart aPartments a iart iartments ¬
ments in I Sixteenth street are being beingmde beingmt beingmsde
mde mt > de ready for her arrival hereMr here hereMr hereMr
Mr and Mrs Irs Arthur Lee will close cioaetheir closetheir closetheir
their summer home Gracelands in inKlklns InElkins inEikins
Klklns W Vs and will return to their theirhome theirhome theirhome
home in Massachusetts avenue about aboutNovember aboutNovember
November 1 < ovltmher 1 1Mrs 1Mrs 1Mrs
Mrs Robert Portner of o Vermont ave avenue flY6nue avenue ¬
nue < will entertain at a large Jr tea De December Becember December ¬
cember 3 when her daughter Mtes MiesAnna MtesAnna M MAnn
Anna Portner will make her debut debutDuchess tk1HatDuchess debutDuchess
Duchess Entertained EntertainedThe EntertainedThe EntertainedThe
The Duchess of Marlborough was the theguest theSUe theguest
guest SUe t of honor at u a large lar house ho party partygiven partyg1en partygiven
given over Sunday by her mother Mrs MrsO MrsO
O H P Belmont a at 1 her country plade pladeBrookholt vladeBrookholt pladoBrookholt
Brookholt Meadow 1 > Drook L LFriday LFriday I IFriday
Friday evening the theduche duchess s will will 111 be theguest the theguest theguest
guest oMrs of Mrs Clarence Mackay at Har Harbor Harbor Harbor ¬
bor Hill Roslyn at dinner and the fol following followlng folIowing
lowing afternoon and and evening will asist asisther aslsther asisther
her hostess hoBte in selling candy in a a booth boothat boothat boothat
at a fair which hlch Is to be held for Trinity TrinityChurch Trlnlt TrlnltChurch TrinityChurch
Church ChurchMiss ChurchMiss ChurchMiss
Miss Fishers Wedding November ze zeGen 20Gen zeGen
Gen and Mrs Charles F Humphrey Humphreywho HumphreywllG Humphreywlc
who have taken an apartment in the thePortner tlePortner thePortner
Portner this season wilt soon issue IMU in invitations tnvJUltlonl invitations ¬
vitations for the marriage of their theirniece theirniece theirniece
niece Mrs Florence Thomas Fisher to toEdward todward toEdward
Edward dward P Rawle of Philadelphia Philadelphiawhose Phlla4eJphiawhose Phlfalelphiawhose
whose engagement was announced sew several seweral ev evera ¬
eral era weeks ago agoMrs agoMrB agoMrs
Mrs Fisher Is II the daughter daU hte of the thea UteJato thelate
late Maj Evans Thomas U S A EaDdgranddauKhter and ands
a s granddaughter of the late Adjt Gen GenLoronso GenLorenzo GenLonso
Loronso Thomas ThomasThe ThomaThe ThomasThe
The wedding Widdln will take place Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day November 29 but all the thearrange thearrangements iarrangments arrange arrangements ¬
ments have > not yet been completed completedThe completedThe completedThe
The Misses Humphrey who w O are 18 now nowIn nowin nowin
In New York are ar and expected to return to teWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington to Join their parents this thisweek thisWe thisheck
week heckMurray We weekMurray k kMurray
Murray Cranes Entertain EntertainSenator EntertainSenator EntertainSenator
Senator and Mrs Murray Crane en ententaln1 ententalned i itentained
tentained at luncheon in their new horn hornin horns hornsIn homeIn
in Dalon Mass yesterday Their Theirguests Theirguests Theirguests
guests were William J T Boardman Mrs MrsiTTLS MrsSlUR MrsSWK
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LIEUT EDUARDO M SAEZ AND SENORA SAEZ SAEZThe SAEZThe SAEZThe
The Former Naval Attache of the Uruguayan Legation and His Wife Who Art ArtLeaving AreLeaving AteLeaving
Leaving for a Similar Post in London
Seaor Eduardo Mario Saez Sa Conner Connernaval loanernaval
naval attache of Uruguay Ur fUay arrived yes yesterday 7 7terday yesterday ¬
terday terday from New York lieutenant Sae Saehas Saes Saeshas
has been appointed ap appointed Rt d to the wine e diplo diplomaticpost djJo diplomatic ¬
maticpost matic post in in London LOndon and Ms purpose purposein piurpoaein
in Washington 1to to to pay his respucta respuctaCranes r8 respuetsCranes puCta puCtaCranes
Cranes father and Mr and Mrs A
Henry Moale who went over from
Lenox in an automobile automobileMrs automobllMrs automobileMrs
Mrs Herbert Parsons will remain for foranother foranolJ16r foranother
another week at Stoneover farm at atLienox atJAnox atLenox
Lienox but the Misses Parsons will willleave willleave willleave
leave Stoneover Tuesday TuesdayAirs Tne TuesdayMrs dy dylr8
Airs lr8 Capitola Martin formerly of this thiscity thtacity thincity
city has taken apartment apartnleRUII1t at the tbcSM Sac Sacinaw Sataw
inaw m aw 363 West Vest 143d street New York Yorkcity Yorxclty York Yorkcity
I city cityMr cltyI cityMr
Mr and apd Mrs C E Smith Home HomoMr HomeMr HomeMr
I Mr and Mrs Charles Eroory Smith Smiththe Smlththe Smiththe
the latter formerly MisS flu Henrietta HenriettaNichols HenrleltaI HenriettaNichols
I Nichols of New York have returned returnedfrom returnedfruin returnedfrom
from their bridal trip and are withMrs with wiliiRoinaine wfUira
Mrs ra Smiths mother M8 rs Washfegton WashfegtonRomaine Wb on onI
I Romaine Rcmu ne Nichols at her villa Ilia in El Elberon Elheron
I beron N J J where they were married marrlaiOctober marriedOctober marr1EOct3btr
October 3 3Mr 3Mr L
I Mr Smith is well known in Washing ¬
ton where he was 118 formerly Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PoatJns PostmasterGeneral l lI
I General during President Pr Lcldent MciKlnleya MciKlnleyaadministration McKinleysadministration cKlnler cKlnleradu
adu administration administrationMcllhenny administrationMcIlhennyStauffer nlftrtlon nlftrtlonI nlftrtlonMcIlhennyStauffer
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McIlhennyStauffer Mcllhenny Stauffer Wedding WeddingOne WeddingOue WeddingOne
One of the largest lar t and most mo t fashion fashtonabic fashionable rashlonolbiE ¬
able social events of the winter winterIn season seasonIn aaEsunIn
In New Orleans will be the marriage dt errMiss dtMI88 dtMiss
Miss Anita Stauffer the young daugh daughter daudttcr ¬
ter of o Mr and Mrs Walter R Sta Stato SUuffer SUufferto StauKerto
to John Mellhenny The wedding is to totake totake totake
take place early In November NovemberMr NovemberMr November3Ir
Mr Mcllhenny is a prominent pro lnent club clubman iub iubman I b bman
man of jcew N ° w w Orleans and is well kno knownIn known knownIn D DIn
In Washington where he ix Ixac an Intimatelnend Intimate Intimatefriend tntbnatefrtend
friend of the Pr President PresidentKern PresidentKernWilliams ldent ldentKemWiUiaIDl
Kern KemWiUiaIDl KemWiUiaIDlLe Williams WilliamsLe
Le Roy Kern of Washington was wasmarried wasmarrIed wasmarried
married Wednesday evening in Macon
to the h State Department D8PrtJD ttftt and to his h hisleagues col colleagues 001MI ¬
leagues MI > Ue ra 1ft the Diplomatic Diplomatic Corps bolo bolohis before beforehis Detoreht re
his ht departure Lieut a and V1d ad Senoratied Senora Sue Saezand Suead
and ad their infant son born during their theirstay tkee tkeestay r
stay at the Highlands In Washington Washingtonwill WUhtftgt
IwmMLlI will sail November NoverU 18 16 ontfae Lwrttanla LwrttanlaT Leeitaafor la
for T r London LoQd LondonGa n 1 1Oa
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I Ga to Mbft Bmllj 1I 1I Williams daeght daeghtof daughter daughterof ghtw ghtwof er
of Mr and Mrs J J H Williams of tnat tnatplace fbatplace tha thaplace t
placeThe place placeThe placeThe
The ceremony ceremony took place at 6 oclock oclockIn oclockJII oclockin
In the home hon of the brides bride parentswas parents p < < reftU and andwas aDdwas
was solemnised > > by the Rev Dr John JohnKern Joh JohKern JohnKerB n
Kern of Nashville Tenn a relative relativethe of ofthe oCthe
the bridegroomThe bridegroom bridegroomThe brldE 5To m mThe
The The house was wa prettily decorated with
Southern smilax white chrysanthe ekrysuthemums chrysanthemums C rya tlM tlMmuma ¬
mums and white 1lIt roses ro rosesThe es esThe
The bride wore a robe robeo of princess lace laoeover laceover lac S Sover
over chiffon and taffeta and carried carriedshower a ashower aIIhbwel
shower of Bride roses roee roses and JUt lilies of t the he
valley valleyMrs Yalleyra valleyMrs
Mrs ra J J B Jamison sister of th + h bade ride
acted as a matron of honor an anti I the
bridesmaid were Miss MI s Ella EU W hLv y Wil WuI ¬
llama II and a nd Miss Katherine K Km rn n All
wore dainty gowns g 1DS of o white net over
I silk He and carried white chrysanthemums
The beat man was Alfred Kern and andMiss
the u8h ushers rs were Paul Kern aid Percy
WJlI1am WJlllameMiss WJlI1amMiss
Miss Lea Returns R eturns Home HomeMiss HomeXla e eMiss
Miss Miss Lea of Philadelphia who has
been the house ho e guest of Rear Admiral Admiraland Adrattaland dlltlral dlltlraland
and Mrs Mr Craig in their th6lr home on G
street returned to her home ho home thi this morn J Orft
Ing Saturday Saturdayevening evening Admiral and Mrs > >
Craig entertained enteru ned at a bridge whist
party yi and last evening at a a small In ¬
formal formal dinner company comP J1Y complimentary
company
to Miss MI Lea LeaDebut rf rfDebut
Debut of Miss Gladys Roosevelt Soosevelti RooseveltMiss
i Miss Mis JiI Gladys Glads Roosevelt R008 velt daughter dall hter of
Mr and Mrs M John Roosevelt will make
her debut In New York and ffterward
come to Washington Washington for i r a second ore pre
i sentation at the th White House ouse
iii 1 0 Jjattcc JjattccCo aftee afteeto
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n Tu ay w weaha11 we shall han place lace on nal nalr sale aIe an en enc
c 7 H Ur617 Jf p JsWLNOrtment new w assortment of handsome handsomeJLJUMJIOU
Tailored JLJUMJIOU Ii ro GUI Suits us eacn eaCh one representing
the latest notes no notes es in conservative Parisian ParIslaftCI
fashions for or autumn and an winter winterMilitary winter
CloaksSuits Cloaks CloaksSuits CI oa k 5
Suits SuitsWaists h Military MilitarySuits MilltarYSuitsThe Suits SuitsThe
The Th most most popular model this season 8ettStln
Waists WaistsGowns W alt t S t caters o Ior r black a navy vy brown bro cn and the mo
djtoh dl8tt d leather l ther shades Body of coats
SfebrilUls bQlat boratey JY mbroidered with
t silk braid
i Gowns GownsFurs 00 wns Standing ndlng collar collar and an cuffs of rich velvet V lvot
Lining Llnln of fine quality qu lity satin Full pleat
Furs F urs ur fed skirt with wlthwlae Wttlvwl wlde e fold foldSpecial
Special30Sack Special Special30 Special30Sack 30 30Sack
Sack Coat Co t Suits Suitsho SuitsNOtWe
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Notable for the ho exquisite quality of
s < f o i t j < bre breadcl dcl tho tlr Ot buttoned through and andtones
lined with th t superior = up rlol quality satlni satin chlt
foe HI Velvet cellar and fold on fullploated full pleated
skirt Colors black navy
autumn autuml1J
J brown Copenhagen blue and Plum
tones Suits Si a easily worth 535 535Special 35 35Special30 I
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P rvei t teds teds Broadcloths and Cheviots In sin single single ¬
gle and doublebreasted effects Linings
of excellent quality Taffetas and Satins
7J f1 Coats In 1 all fashionable lengths lengthsSpecial lengthsSpecial30 It
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MISS MISSCL CLAPLIN CLAPLINTO CLArLINMies FLIN FLINTO
TO BE BRIDE BRIDEWEDNESDAY BRIDEVEDNESD
WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYMies VEDNESD Y YJUles
Mies Btaie Bl eGraoeCla Grace GraoeClallin Cloflin Jn daughter of ofDr ofDr ofDr
Dr and Mr Mrs Price C Claflln and Ju Julius Julue JulIus ¬
lius A Payne Payne of Philadelphia whose whoseengagement whOMengacement whoseengagement
engagement was 10 announced early this thisfall 01111fall thisfall
fall will b i4 married Wednesday even eentng evening tIt tItJng ¬
ing at 8 130 10 0 oclock in the home of thebridea the thebrides thobrIdeJI
brides parents parentsThe per8fttsThe parentsThe
The Rev S H Woodrow oodrow pastor pastorhe ofthe of ofihe
the he First Congregational Church will willsolemnize w1l1olemnlze willsolemnize
solemnize the ceremony which is s to bejnllowed be befollowed Deiollowed
followed by a large reception at 7 7oclock 7j 7oclock
oclock oclockDr j clock
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Dr Trice a C CfeUiln will escort e c rt his hislaughter Ills1ughter hisdaughter
laughter to the improvised altar la the thedrawingroom tn tn1rawingroiKn thehawingrootn
drawingroom where the ceremony wilt willtake wilttake wilttke
take place and will 111 give her in mar marriage marrIage marriage ¬
riage riageMiss rIageMiss
Miss Marguerite C Claflfn Ch lhi sister of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bride and Miss MS Helena A Payne of ofPhiladelphia otPhlladelpbla ofIhiladelpbia
Philadelphia sister of the bridegroom bridegroomwill bridegroomw11l bridegroomwill
will be the two maids mal of honor Tire Tiietwo Tb Tbtwo Tiretwo
two little nieee nieces of the bride Florence FlorenceJanet FlorenceJ Florencetenet
J Janet net Clattln and Dorothy ElisabethtIafin Btteabuth Btteabuthlantn ElllabtttllafIln
tIafin lantn will act as a flower owar girls Mr MrPayne MrPayne MrPayne
Payne will have hay as his is best man his htaCousin h18ouliln hist
Cousin t ouliln Edward Lamor of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaAlfred PhlladelplllaAlfred PhiladelphiaAlfred
Alfred Lindsay Llnd will play the weddingrnuel wedding weddingtnuslj
tnuslj tnusljMr 111 rnuel rnuelMr Utl
UtlMr
Mr Payne will tako his bride for aNorthern a aNorthern aXorthem
Northern bridal brt l trip of two weeks be before 1Mfr befora ¬
fore fr going to their future home in Phil Philadelphte PhilI Philuwleiphia
adelphte uwleiphiaInteresting adelphteInteresting I el phI phIInteresting
Interesting DebutAn Debut DebutAn DebutAn
An interesting debut will be that ofMies of ofMiss ofdi
Miss di Louis White Vhi daughter d4gh of Commander Com Cemmander C m mman4er
mander and Mrs William W I White Whitewho Whitewho Whitewho
who will be presented prtIHft Ht at t a teanarly te teaear TIy ly m mformerly In in1ece
JJC 1ece < em er Commander and nd Mrs White
formerly formed form y of the lb Concord are now living Mrtnzat livingtit
at t iiB m Q street streetPhelps alrtPhelps streetPhelps
Phelps Browns at Sandy Spring SpringMr SpringMr SpringMr
Mr and MM In Phelps Brown who whojnlrried were wereserried wereAn
An serried + rried la last t Thursday Thu are al spending p mdblJ
their honeymoon at the home of MrsHarvey Mrs MrsHarvey MrRHarvey
Harvey Pace at Sandy Spring Sltrtn They j
will return to Washington Friday in
time to be present at the wedding Wed4J wed ng next
Saturday of Mr Browns BroWJl sister at fer Miss 11
Gertrude G rtrude Brown to George L Hun
tress tn jr JrMI firMiss I IMiss
Miss MI Christine Roosevelt Roo evelt will spend a amonth amonth
month this winter ristteg her cousin qou ln
the President Pre ltlent and her uncle Seatr Sena sea > r
John K KMis Kn KnMise KeanMiss
Mis Miss Reifsneider ReturnsMiss Returns ReturnsMu ReturnsMIMI
Mu MIMI Louise Keener Kutfsiielder has
re returned returned re returned
turned to her home in WestminsterHer Westminster WestminsterHer WtterHel
Her marriage marrJa io o Lieut Richard Creeey
U B A wtn take place in 11 n Westminster W8MmIMWlI4
in in lI4 Oeoember > eaember Previous to her marriage marriageshe f marriageshe fUTJage
she will 111 visit 18It relatives in Newport R
L for a fortnightODonnellSmith fortnight fortnightODennell gn gnODonnellSmith
ODennell ODonnellSmith Smith Nuptials NuptialsThe NuptialsThe NuptialsThe
The marriage of Miss Margaret Smith Smithand Sfnlthand Smithand
and William ODonnetl will take place placeNovember plactNovember placeNovember
November 10 at the home of the bridesparents brides bridesparents bride brideparenta
parents parentsPon Pon on E street southeast SOUt 9A8t Theironly Their Theironly Tbelronly
only attendants will b be Miss Mary Gor Gorraely GormeJy
raely y and an John Behead Scheedy After a 8 wed ¬
ding breakfast the they will w 11 leave e ve for Eu Europe ¬
rope They will 1 I be be 8 at home to their
friends after March 1 at t their apartment t
In the Penhurst PenhurstEngagement nh rat ratEugagement
Engagement Announced AnnouncedThe AnnOUDcedThe AnnouncedThe
The engagement gage eBt was announced n lnoed In InNewport inNewport inNewport
Newport last week of Miss Helen H n Law Lawton Lawton Lawton
ton Drury daughter of Pay laepfatSr I1HtptO r
Hiram Drury U S N in charge of o
U the rtta navy pay office In Newport Ne and a nd
Lieut Janec J mee H Tomb U S N N who whowas whontll whowas
was recentl recently in command cn of Die tor torI
= = ntll
boat iitro er Hull oLe Lieutenant ren t tom
Tomb om is J noW rth th the United States Stet es
I fleet in Asiatic waters watersMrs wateMiMrs
Mrs Rosenthal and daughter of A
diaaapous Iud are the guests of Mr Mrand JIirand Mrand
and Mrs Stcion Lyon at the Ontario OntarioWaldo OntarioWaldo OntarioWaldo
Waldo Eteener E1IIenel of New w Haven C Can Canwho an anwho tn tnwho
who ha haw been the 1Ae guest of relatives relat va t In Inthis Inthis n I
this city has returned i + turned to his home homeThe horneTbe
The inclemency of o too the t weather weathererehing last lastevening 1asteveblng
evening kept a comparatively few away
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Forgetting the days da when they were wereboys wereboys wereboys
boys Hhe the he police will put the kibosh onthe on onthe ontht
the tht youths who endeavor kj celebrate celebrateHalloween celebrateHalloween oelebrateHalloween
Halloween this thl year r in the regular and andapproved andapproved andapproved
approved fashion Flour llcNrthrowtng throwing tick ticktacks lIcktaCu ticktacks
tacks dead eats eat > > on doer steps t8lJ l and otherprants other otherpranlts othertIU
pranlts tIU have bean be tabooed ta1t o4k1 and about aboutthe aboutthIS aboutthe
the only thing to do this Ilalle Halloween Halloweenis > keen keenis
is to stay y home and bob for apples or orlook oreek I
look l for nobgobKns under Und r the sink In Inthe inthe
the kitchen kitchenMajor kitchen kitchenMajor
Major Sylvester superintendent I of ofpolice ofIoe ofpclloe I
police Ioe will I Issue the following order to tothe tothe tothe
the captains of the different preclnctal preclnctalthis precincts precinctsthis
this tb t alttrnoolOrder afternoonOrder afternoon afternoonOrder I
Order your shifting section on duty dutyOctober dutyOctober I
October a at I p m and have your yourreserve I Ireserve Irteorve
reserve cooperate with the officers on onthe Oftthe onthe
the street for an hour or two in giving givingattention sivngattentlon siringattention
attention to the pranks of boys special tapeolalIy specially peoJally ¬
ly those uo of older years In order that thatpersons thatp thatparsons
persons p I8Ona may be free from insult and andproperty andproperty andproperty
property from damage or destruction destructionThe dtrucUonTbe destructionThe
The wheelmen wheel men especially pecJa1ty in the su suburban suurban auburben ¬
burban urban districts should be active In Inkeeping inkeeping inkeeping
keeping down complaints complaintsBoya complaintsDos complaintsBoys
Dos who fail to appreciate the warn warning warntng warning ¬
ing given them th l11 should be taken to their theirparents theirINront theirparents
parents but those of 0 older old years and andany andany andany
any who are guilty of flagrant viola violations violations violations ¬
tions of law should be sent to the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House of Detention DetentionThe DetenUOIIhThe DetentionThe
hThe The throwing of flour and other In Indignities Indignities Indignities ¬
dignities will not be permitted permittedFurthermore pennlttedFurthermore imrmittedFurthermore
Furthermore the police will win be in instructed Instructed instrueted ¬
structed to rigidly enforce toree the order orderand orderand orderand
and if any boys boy are caught carrying carryingaway carryingaway carryingaway
away gates gate lamp posts or horse horseblocks horseblocksits blocksits blocks blocksits
its the station house hou e for theirs theirsIt theIrsIt thelreIt
It Isn isnt t the bogey man who will get getyou S getou t tyou
you Look ou this lb Halloween its It s a policeman policemanLook p l1 eman emanLook
Look out for the blue coat and brass brassbuttons brassbuttoM
buttons They mean trouble for the thesmall thesmall thesmall
small boy boyfrom boyfrom boyfrom
from the National Theater where the
Marine Band led by Lieut William Williamme
Santelman me man rendered a most glorious gloriousffyraphony gloriousJIIDbony glorioussymphony
symphony JIIDbony concert under the auspices auspicesof au auspicesof plce plceof
of the Ladles Auxiliary Society o of the theWashington theVbbtgton theVaahingten
Washington Hebrew ConcreftaUen Co r egatlen The Thefunds TbetuRdIl Thefunds
funds will go o to the sinking fund of oftheir oftMir oftheir
their temple on t1 Eighth btA street streetThe str strThe streetThe
The folio following wing selections were played playedWilliam playedWilliam playedWiitlam
William Tell Id Rossini Roaln soloist RobertE Robert RobertB
E Seel The Blessing of the Daggers Daggersfrom Daggersfrom Daggersfrom
from The Huguenots Meyerbeer Mayerbeerflute Meyerbeerflute Xeyerbeernute
flute solo Fantasia F nta l on Theme By
Chopin Chopin D DfomerNermaa mersserman Vienna ViennaBlood VsennaBlood ViennaBlond
Blood Straus paraphrase plpbra e hIAreley Loreley LoreleyNesvadba Lnreley
Ne Nesvadba lYadba sextet xtet from Lucia Doni Donizetti DonizeUi ¬
zetti played red ec1 by A S Whitcomb H Hlungar HW1ndJrt HWlnttiefet
W1ndJrt Wlnttiefet O J J May G O Frey it ASteno A AStone
Stone and Louis d Kruger Hungar HungarIan lungar lungarian ungarIan
ian Rhapsody Rhap dy N6 N6Llsst 2 Unto and The TheStarSpangled TheStarSpangled TheStarSpangled
I In
StarSpangled Banner BannerMrs Bann BannerMrs
Mrs n H 1L Oppenhelraer and niece nI ee MrsDavid Mrs MrsDavid MrsDavid
David Goldamltih Go1d mtdh have returned from froma
a fortnights tortDl 1at stay with relatives lu luNew it itNew
New YorK city cKyMr dtk dtkMr cityMr
Mr and Mrs Meyer Stem have takenan taken takenan takenan
an apartment aPU ent a At Ute U e Ashley and will willbe wllb willbe
be b < located there In the near future futureArthur tutll tutllArthur futtueArthur
Arthur and Lester Lefi Xeuman have had hadas
as 8 their guests Nelson Berliner Leonard LeonardEngel LoonalJEI LconarlEngel
Engel and Felix Felt Ertanger of BalU BalUThe IJalt1flOt
tnot flOt flOtThe c cThe
The ladles 41 o of the Mercantile Club heldtheir held heldtheir heldtheir
their first whist whblto of the season Satur Saturday Saturday ¬
day evening in the parlors of the club clubhause du cluehewee 0 0X
hause when the prtae pets winners W were wereMrs wcroMrs
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Mrs X Max Goldsmith I and Mrs Samuel SamuelRothschild Sa SamuelRotbschfd
Rothschild Rot RotbschfdMonroe RothschildMonroe acw141 acw141Monroe 1
Monroe Hollander win celebrate his histwentyfirst hl8tWeIIQOra histwentyfirst
twentyfirst birthday anniversary thisensuing this thisevening th18entna
evening entna with ith a stag tac dinner at Stein Stcinbergers Stclnteraers SteinThe
bergers bergersThe
The semimonthly charity whist will willlake willinks m mlnkC
lake place this afternoon at the Mu Mtilantile MuLntlle
lantile Club
Tuesdays TuesdaysBig Big Bargain BargainThis
This 5350 350 highly polished quartered gold golden n oak oakchairshaped ak
chairshaped French legs box seat The best bargain bargainweve R 1 1 8 8 aC aCweve
weve offered for som some timeTuesday only only53PIECE Y dt ll J Ja
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53PIECE DINNER SET FREE with every purcbase pur pnrchase
chase of 5000 or more moreCASH moreCASK
CASH OR CREDIT
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AGED WOMAN WOMANfROM OMAN OMANFROMROBBER
fROM FROMROBBER FROMROBBERlnr ROB8R ROB8Ri i
Intruder lnr uder Had Wealthy WealthyWidow WealthyVidow WealthyWillaW I
Widow by Throat ThroatUsed ThroatUsed ThroatUse
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NEW YORK Oct 28MrF Lawrence
1 Bodkin seventy years olO 01 and the thewidow tltewl aleswidow
widow wl ow of a wealthy Brooklyn coal < < val mer merchant merchant marchant ¬
chant w attacked today in her home homeat homeat homeat
at 1321 Bedford afford avenue hy a masked maskedrobber maskedrobber maskedrabbet
robber But Bl t fo for the quick wit and andready andNady andready
ready aid of a maid 1D ld wHo was awaken awakened awakened awakened ¬
ed by her screams she would have havebeen havcb havebeen
been b en killed killedM3 killedMt killedDft3
M3 Mt J Bodkin was aroused early this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning by some one entering her room roomLooking roomLookJftl roomLooking
Looking about she saw a r man wearing wearinga
a black mask climbing in through the thedumb lhedumb
dumb waiter shaft He carried rt rt pistol pistolIn pistolIn
In i n his hand and seizing the aged woman womanby womanby womanby
by the throat he demanded demand d her jewels jewelsIf jewelshIt
hIt If you raise rn outcry 1 will kill you youhe youhe youhe
he threatened threatenedDespite thrMtenodDespite threatenedDespite
Despite the threat Mrs Bodkinscreamed Bodkin Bodkinscreamed Bodkinscteamed
screamed for help Her cry was heard heardby heardby heardby
by her maid Hilda Hilda HU Vaters who rushed ruahedinto rushedInto rushedInto
into the room roomAngered roomnEered roomAngered
Angered by the sight IShl of o her ht old mis mistress ml mltrc88 mistrtaa ¬
tress lying prostrate on the th bed with withthe withth withthe
the th robber bending over the biald bialdrushed raid naldrushed raidrushed
rushed at him and begun to beat him himwith himwith himwith
with her flats Taken by surprise the theman theman theman
man fled from the room leaving JO LVing his
revolver revolverThe r revolverThe volver volverThe
The police were Immediately notified notifl
and a search is being mado for the th e
robber
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GUARD OUARDACAINST OUARDACAINSTSUDDENCHANOES AGAINST AGAINSTSUDDEN
SUDDEN SUDDENCHANOES SUDDENCHANOESMun CHANGES CHANGESMunyons
Munyons Mun Y on1s 3 X Remedies Working WorkingWonderful WorkingVonderful
Wonderful Cures CuresRheumatism CuresRheumafism CuresRheumatism
Rheumatism Coughs Colds and andKidney andKidney andKidney
Kidney Troubles Disap Disappear Disappear Disa p ppear ¬
pear pear at at Once OnceW OnceWe
W We caaaot be too carefully guarded guardedagn4n StMId6dniJ
agn4n enot enotdu7the niJ du7the t til die sudden the changm ges It of ofnr tempera te apera
tare tarr durinc nr this tM treacle treehiHlS iviis rrus fan taIlQuek fallason se msnan
Quteir action actjJn aeti is Deces necery ry to insure
healia heAl S SrJOto Si1t rx > rn n cases of rheuraatiflra rheuraatiflraoougKs rbfUtJlIlL rheumatisoougts
oougKs coldn C col > ie and kidney troubles tIocb folP toT
low the l Jonas 2i ji I aitaok It behoovaai behooy us t8 ts
be watcnui Watchf u of ourselves oi ll8lves We W shouldcheck should shouldcheck boui4Ch8Ck
check tb U < ry Ant 4 t attack Mu Munrou Munroucare Munyooa OD ODJ
J X Rem will not onl only preveet event the thoSf thesrread
Sf srread read1nf g 0 olieeas li but ut will aJI absolutely oIutely oIutelye
e care r You cant affoVd a < < rd to disbelieve this
fact You cant nt afford to allow rheumatism rheu rheumatism t1MumaU ¬
maU matism m colds and kidney kidae trouMesto trouMestomake trouWCNI to tomake tomake
make headway You need aoC D not t The Theproof Tbeproof Theproof
proof Is at your door Dont take ourword our ourword ourword
word See thorn tho e of your neighbors netg DoFs who whohave whohave whohave
have been b en cured Talk with themSee thea theaSee tbelllSee
See Mr W W Sinclair Ittl 11 P St NW N KW NW
W Mr Sinclair writes I took Mun Munyons Munyons Munyons ¬
yons S X Rheumatism Rented Remedy when whenI
I suffered so much that I was w even deaf deafIt deafIt lea leaIt
It cured me of everything and I know knowit knoWIt knowit
it Is good goodAsk goodAsk goodAsk
Ask Mr J H Rhodes 412 3d St for forhis forhis forhis
his opinion of Munyons s 3X Rheuma Rhetmiatism Rheumatism RMIMtlsm ¬
tism Remedy He will fell you that Itcured it itcured Itcured
cured him when all 11 ether remedies fail failnounca Caled falled
ed He say says It cured me aDd I pro pronoune pronounce
nounca Munyons 2 X Cold and Cough CooghCure CoeghCure CoughCure
Cure O K KSett KS
Sett S 20 ltSs iI rc Mary Cunntachaat CUIU aa heat 14 lilt M MSt XSt Id
St N W Mrs Cunnlatham Cunn saysMunyons says of ofMunyons orMunyons
Munyons S X Kidney Remedy tented It Itcured ItcuredJpe Itcured
cured curedJpe curedJpeMuftvms hn roe roeMunyens
aiun Munyens s 3 X Rheumatism Remedy RemedyJL
t1 blM JL JLMunyons M Munyons unvQns 3 X Cold and Cough C Rem Remedy RemMy Remedy ¬
edy n nMunyons flMunyons U UMunyons
Munyons 3 1 X Kidney Remedy fl flMunyons 1 1Munyons 1
Munyons I X Remedies for sale e at a adrug all alldrug aUdrug
drug stores
tee
The PalMs Royal RoyalA I IDo11rs
A LISNERThey LISNER LISNERThey LISNERDollars
Dollars in Hand HandThey
They were almost doubled in values last week during the threaten threatened threatened threatened ¬
ed panic A dollar earned as much as 90 per cent interest one day da dain
in Wall Street The unlimited dollars in the hands of the Pakis Pm1SRoyal PakisRoyal PalaisRoyal
Royal representatives brought the best bargains of a decade to toWashington toWashIngton toWashington
Washington
li a rJ1 rJ1li 15 Coats 898 898Cravenetted 898Cravenetted
Cravenetted Rain Coats rain and andsun andsun
4 sun proof Note that the pew new gun gunmetal gunmetal gunmetal
metal shade of gray is included includedWith iocludedWith includedI
I With umbrellas at Eleventh street streetdoor streetdoor streetdoor
I door doorr
f r r r 250 to 5 Umbrellas 144 144Look 144Look 144t1
t1 Look for those with pearl 1 and silver sil silver sitver ¬
ver handles and youll find 5 umbrellas um umbrellas umbrellas ¬
brellas at Si 144 44 Mens also with withbest withbest withbest
91 best of English natural wood han handles handles ¬
dles diesiii
iii 99c for 150 L 5O Umbrellas UmbrellasThe tImbrellasThe umbrellasId
Id The famous Gloria Silk look looking 10 10ing loing ¬
ing like pure silk but wearing long longer ¬
er Fitted with 6 and 28 inch i para paragon paragon ra ragon ¬
gon frames framesWorth framesSuits
Suits Suitsat1Z98 at 1298 1298Worth t
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Worth Up to S20 S20Hurry 20 20Hurry 1
4
Hurry for the Broadcloth Suits Suitsin Suitsin Suitsin
in blues browns greens and wine wineAnd l
And will not these of manlike Suit Suitings SuitIngs SuitIn8s
ings be quickly snapped up upCoaLts upCoats u uCoats 1
Coats atSS98 atSS98The at 898 898The
frim 0 0and i iThe
The new 36inch Broadcloth Broadclothand Broadclothand
and Chaviot Coats such as usually usuallyretail usuallyretail usuallyretail
retail at 1298 All sizes at onlv only
898 g I par
Childrens IIS 250 250Heavy 250Heavy 250Heavy
Heavy cloth coats double breast breasted breasted breasted ¬
ed front front and box back Sizes from
4 to 12 years in brown and navy
4 values at 250 2SoS150
S150 150 Gloves 89c S9cLadies 89cLadies 89cLadies
Ladies French Kid Dress and andWalking andWalking andWalking
Walking Gloves GIov Gloves one and two twoclasps twoclasps twoclasps
clasps AI All sizes in black tans tansgrays tansgrays tansgrays
grays blues green brown and andplain andplain andplain
plain Arrived this morning morningbut morningbutonly morning but butonly but butonly
only 50 dozen of them themMade themS5Silk
S5Silk 5 Silk Skirts 388 388Made
Made of superior rustling taffeta Silk with deep circular flounce
formed of tucks and shirring Well finished Note the extra dust dustruffle dustruffl dustruffle
ruffle ruffl
25c Collrs 12
2 2Th c cThe
Th Pure Lrirten Lrirten3m Lineni
a Laundered Launderedand
3m and Embroidered EmbroideredThe
The correctly new turnover styles with the latest moment styles stylesof st stylesof les lesof
of embroidery Sizes 12 to 15 5 Half price price2 2 for 25c 25cChemisettes 25c89c locor
89c for or 150 a Neckwear Neckwearemisettes ec WYaii WYaiiChemisettes
Chemisettes emisettes and Yokes of laces in intricate and artistic designs designsalso designsalso deal dealalso
also linen and lace coat sets Latest moment styles
every one oneA one5he onehe
5he he P PALAIS ALAIS ROYAL ROYALG
G Street A Lisner 11th lth Street

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