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The House Appropriation Commit Committee Committee ¬
tee in nresenting the tb District Di triot appro appropriatSonblll appropriation appropriatlort
priatSonblll priation bill to the House today gives givesevidence givesvidence giveavidanco
evidence of practicing praetic g economy with withVengeance a avengeance avengetxico
vengeance If tho th same s me spirit of ofeconomy ofCOnamy ofeconomy
economy > is a followed in the preparation preparationof
of all other oth l appropriation bills prepar prepared ¬
ed by that committee then tho people peopleof
of the District will have to be content contentwith contentwith contentwith
with knowledge that thoy in common commonwith oommonwith commonwith
with other branches of the Govern Government Govomment Governinent ¬
ment have submitted to a wttaaproad wttaaproadtcMency wldMproadtabdenoy widoeproadtidenoy
tcMency toward economy If on the theother theotber theother
other band the appropriation bills billswhich billswhich billswhich
which are to follow do not nc show re roductionB reductions redncthms
ductionB from the estimates in the theEeme themme theerne
mme proportion as the District bill billthen billthen billthen I
then the residents of the District will willbe willbe willbe
be justified In complaining of of unfair unfairtreatment unfairtreatment unfairtreatment
treatment treatmentTho treatmentTho treatmentThe
Tho bill reported in the Houso today todaycarries todaycarries todaycarri
carries carri an appropriation of 10277907 10277907which 10277907w1dch lOT79O7which
which is 003720 loss than the esti estimates e eatimates ti timates ¬
mates submitted by the Commission Commissioners Commk ion ionore ¬
ers ere and an 421264 421284 less than the current currentappropriation ourrentpproprlaton currentV currentappropriation
V appropriation In submitting their os estimates ostimataJ osfinmtce ¬
timates the Commissioners called at attention attention attctLtion ¬
tention to the fact that they wore woreseveral woreIovernl woreeavernl
several millions lower than the esti estimates oatimatcs ostinie ¬
mates nie ± es for or many years This sub substantial Irnb8tantial subetantlal ¬
stantial reduction resulted from the thedetermination tMdeterminnt1on thedetormination
determination of f the Commissioners Commissionersto eommissionera eommissionerato
to be in n accord with the general policy policyof
of economy requested by President PresidentTaft PresidentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft A study of these estimates estimatesclearly estimatesdearly timateclearly
clearly shows that the Commissioners Commissionerspresented Commissionersprosentd
1 presented as conservative conservativef f a book of ofetimatos ofetimatos oftImat4s
etimatos as could be expected from a acity acity acity
city which is growing Notwithstand Notwithstanding ¬
ing the fact that less than 1000000 1000000was
was requested to take care of this thisgrowth thisgrowth tItlegrowth
growth and the necessary nec sary improve improvements improvements improvemonte ¬
ments incident thereto thoro to the Appropri Appropriations Appropriations Appropriations ¬
ations Committee has not only refused refusedto
to give the District the increased increasedamount increuedamount Increasedamount
amount asked for but has ha actually actuallycut
cut the appropriation U21624 421024 below belowthe belowt belowthe
the t he appropriation of the current fiscal fiscalyear aear fiscalyear
year ear It is doubtful if there is another anothercity anotherrity anotherrity
rity in the United States of the t e size sizeof slleof sizeof
of Washington which could be ex expected expected anpected ¬
pected to exist in the coming year on ona ona ona
a lees amount of money than t was wasfound W8found wasfound
found necessary during the current currentKING currentyear inirrentyear
year yearKING yearKING
King Leopold of Belgium has loagj loagjbeen long longbeen mg mgbeen
been looked upon as the very modern modernideal modomideal modernIdeal
ideal of the dissolute and spendthrift spendthriftmonarch pendthrlftmonarch spendthriftmonarch
monarch managing his state responsi responsibilities reeponalbilitios responelbilitios ¬
bilitios for the benefit of his personal personalpurse pcrlOD81pUI86 personalpurse
purse Yet Y ot now that ho is passing to toa toa toa
a last accounting for the works of his hislong Jalong hislong
long and remarkable career it is in inevitable inevitable inovitable ¬
evitable that there should be taken takenfairer a afairer afairer
fairer view of his work here hereKing JiveKing heroKing
King Leopold has been in many manyways manymYs manyways
ways a groat business ruler In Ingenerat5an a ageneration ageneration
generation in which business is para paramount panmountp paramount ¬
mount mountp he bar without doubt accom accomplished aooompUshed aceompllhod ¬
pUshed wonders for Belgium He has hasmade humado beemade
made it one of the most wonderful in industrial industrial j jdustrial
dustrial regions In the world His Hispolicy Hispolley Hispolicy
policy has been frankly a buoineee pro program program program ¬
gram The meet t densely d populated populatedterritory popuJatedterritory populatedterritory
territory in the civilized world it has hascome hucome hascome
come to be likewise likewiseono one of the richest richestIn richtIn
In many ways it has been very 8rf pro progressive progreesivo progrossive ¬
gressive and modern Its bustaeee in interests int int ¬
terests t G8ts have looked upon the Congo a aR aa aaII asad
ad R region legitimately to be exploited exploitedand ploLtodad
and the King has participated p in that thatexploitation thatcxploittion thatexploitatIon
exploitation for the joint benefit of ofhimself ofhimBOlf ofhimself
himself and Ills kingdom not unlike unlikethe unlikethe unlikethe
the fashion in which the United States Stateshas Sttoabas Stateshas
has for two generations seen iU own ownpublic ownpublic ownpublic
public domain exploited for the benefit benefitof
of various aggressive captains of offinance offtnanco offinance
finance and industry very much it itmay itmay Itmay
may bo said 1 ac the United States i inow Ie IeBOW 1now
now permitting the exploitation of ofvast ofI ofvast ofvast I
vast resources r of Alaska AlaskaKing A1uk8rKhas AasksKing
King Leopold represented in J Ua Uapolicy ASpolicy hleicy
policy icy and methods the business con conception tl eonception B BptioB ¬
ception ptioB of patriotism p trlotl m and intelligence intelligenceHo iB enee eneeHo
Ho was devoted to what ho believed believedto
to be the interests t of his country His Hisconception mconception Hisoonceptiisi
conception was related to the matter matterof matterof
of gaining wealth it didnt reach to the thematter thematter thematter
matter of distribution of that wealth wealthamong w8lthamoBg wealthamong
among the people of his country So Sowhile Sowhile Sowhile
while the monarch who was thus tae taebusiness taelu tatebusiness
business lu ino leader of his 18 country had hadgrown Jtadgrown badgrown
grown to be one of the wealthiest indi individuate iJtd1yidua1 IntlividuaI ¬
viduate in the world wtl i his people had hadbecome Jtadbfoome hadbecome
become thoroughly thorou hJy socialistic Their Theirsocialistic Their80cialiatic TheirPOCIIiSUC
socialistic opinions opinio 8 represented reprc ented tile in inevitable inPitable invitnble ¬
evitable protest against the program programwhich programwhich programwhich
which acquires but does not distribute distributeLeopold di distributeLopoid tributo tributoLeopold
Leopold was the groat captain of in industry in1118try in1115t17 ¬
dustry and finance of Belgium and he hewas hewas hewas
was one of the worlds greatest The Theacntiment Theaentiment Thertiment
acntiment rtiment y 1 Belgium toward hun and andI I
his program was marvelously marveJou ly similar similarto
to the feeling of Americans for the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great groups of very rich men who whohave whohave whohave
have made this country rieh and pros prosperous prospelOl8 prosporous ¬
porous and nd dominating in tho indus industrial industrial industrial ¬
trial world but whose social conceptions conceptionshave ooncoptionshave ncoptionsbare
have been too narrow to appreciate appreciatethat appreC te tethat
that after wealth has hi been accumu accumulated accumuatedttUHe1IIust aceumulatedihsrCtiiust
lated atedttUHe1IIust h re fetust yet bo a reasonably reasonablycorrect relonablycorrect reasonablycorrect
correct understanding under tanding of the common commonconcern common00IHem commonconcern
concern about its distribution distributionPRESIDENT diltributioJlPRESIDENT dietributionPRESWILNT
STATUARY HALL HALLPresident HALLPre8ident HALLPresident
President Taft took tho opportunity opportunitySunday opportunitySundy opportunitySunday
Sunday when the Capitol was dosort dosortod
od to go quietly with his brother to tothat tothat tothat
that institution and look over tho thostatues thostatUM thestatues
statues in Statuary Hall and in the therotunda therot1mda therotunda
rotunda of 0 ortho the great gre t building It hap happens happens happens ¬
pens that this is an n unprecedented de departure departure doparture ¬
parture for tho Chief Executive of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and so much much is made of ofit ofit ofit
it As a matter m tter of fact tho President Presidentchose PrOlidenteboee Presidentchose
chose about the only time of the week weekwhen weokwhen weekwhen
when he could go in peace to tho Capi Capitol Capitol Capitel ¬
tol and nd contemplate tho tatuary with without without without ¬
out being interrupted and that ho did didso didso
so should be no cause for wondermet wondermetBut
But the Presidents dosiro to study studythe studytM studythe
the collection in Statuary Hall conveys convoysone
one lesson e which the people of Wash Washington WashingtoB Washington ¬
ington and visitors to tothe th National NationalCapital Nationalopital NationalOupited
Capital do not fully appreciate This Thisis Thisis Thisis
is that thero has ba been gradually as asMtnbled aaMlDbled assenbled
Mtnbled in th the Capitol pitol an array of ofstatuary ofstlltury ofstatuary
statuary which is of almost priceless pricelessvalue pricel088wue pricelessvalue
value There are few if any placaj in inthis inthis Inthis
this country where one can gain a afiner ainer afines
finer illumination on American history historythan historythan historythan
than in Statuary HalL Here are set setforth Ntforth setforth
forth as nearly true to life as the theohifiel theohiHl theohinel
ohifiel is capable of the likenesses of ofgreat ofgreat ofgreat
great characters who had a part in innearly innearly innearly
nearly every stage of this countrys countrysprogress oountrysprogroee countrysprrce5
progress from early CoJonkJ 1 days daysthrough daysthrough daysthrough
through the Revolutionary Rovolution ry period and andonward andonw8rd andonward
onward to the present day dayNo dayNo dayNo
No student of American history can canf8il canfall
fail to benefit by a careful examina examination WlmiDttion oxatnination < ¬
tion of theeo statues of the men who whohave whohve whohave
have been chosorTas chosen as the foremost for rep representatives ropreeentt1v reprosentetives ¬
resentatives 8 of their States It is isprobable isprobablo isproba11o
probable that nowhere else than in inStatuary inStatuary inStatuary
Statuary Hall can one gather almost almostat
at a glance so good an understanding understandingof
of the groat characters of this country countryas
as in this place Tho rotunda of the theCapitol theC8pltoI theCapitol
Capitol too can bo profitably inspect inspected ¬
ed many times by any American or orstudent orstudent orstudent
student of American historical lore loreTho Jor8Tho loreThe
Tho Borgium statue of Lincoln is isalone isalone isalone
alone worth a trip to the Capitol to tosee tosee tosee
see to say nothing of such statues as asthose asthose s stho6o
those of Washington Lee Calhoun CalhounBeaton CalhounBenton CalhounBenton
Benton Father Marquette and many manyothers manyothers manyothers
others The Presidents visit ought 10 10serve 0 0serve oserve
serve to emphasize the worth of the theCapitol theCapitol theCapitol
Capitol collections of statuary and andother andothor andother
other treasures treasuresTHE treasurosTHE treasuresTHE
King Gustave Gm ave of Sweden sot a good goodexample goodommplo goodexample
example not only to other national nationalrulers nationalrulers nationalrulers
rulers but to all those in executive executiveposition oxecutiveposition executiveposition
position when disguised as a stevedore stevedorehe
he spent a day recently carrying sacks sacksof 8Uksof sacksof
of coal from a lighter lighterHis JightorHis lighterHis
His object in mixing with stevedores stevedoreswas
was to obtain information as to their theircondition t eirooodition theirooodltion
condition and to hear r their views and aadopinions aBdoplniona andopinions
opinions opinionsIn
In every field of endeavor in which whichgroups wh whichgroups cll cllgroupS
groups groupS of men are engaged ed there is istoo istoo istoo
too much supervision by proxy While Whileit
it would be impossible to have a con constant constaDt consLant ¬
sLant intimacy between an employer of oflabor ofJabor oflabor
labor or an n executive director and those thoseemployed thOicemployed thoseemployed
employed it fe not well to go to the theother theother theother
other extreme For however well a asubordinate 8subordinate asubordinate
subordinate can e n supervise affairs it is isnever isDefW is isnever
never wise for the man in I the lijgheet lijgheetresponsible Iagheetresponsible gheet gheetre
responsible re position to be totally igno ignorant ignorant ignorant ¬
rant of them except as he gets infor information information inferinatlon ¬
mation indirectly indirectlyIf
If some of the great eoal operators operatorsknew operatorsknow operatorsknew
knew the exact conditions of the men menwho moowho menwho
who work W4 rk in the mines listened Ji tened to totheir totWr totheir
their opinions nIoni and ud displayed a dii dhiCt dhiCt8JD1pAthy dIictsympathy ct ctsympathy
sympathy in their existence much muchtrouble mue muetrouble muchtroubZ
trouble would be avoided If employ employera
era of labor generally dependent upon uponforemen uponforemen uponforemen
foremen and bosses had a more direct directknowledge directknowledge directknowledge
knowledge of the affairs of the men menand monaDd menand
and women they employ and showed howeddirect a adirect adirect
direct interest in their welfare more morecordial moreoordia1 morecordial
cordial relations reJ tione would be the result resultIf
If in corporation management di directors dirootors dlrectors ¬
rectors and nd managers weirs intimately intimatelyassociated intimatelyaMOOlated intimatelyawsoclated
associated with those they employ om ploy and andthose aadthose andthose
those they servo 0 their t elr knowledge would wouldgo woukgo wouldgo
go far toward judicious aDd profttable profitablemanagement profttablemanagomeJjJt profttablemansgoznet
management managementAnd
And if a king accustomed to purple purplerobes purplerobes purplerobes
robes and a jeweled crown can adopt adoptthis adoptt adoptthis
this t is means me D8 of knowing employers of oflabor oflabor oflabor
labor directors of street railway and andother aDdother andother
other public service corporations corpora tion and andhigh endhigh 00 00high
high public officers can resort to it itwithout itwithout Itwithout
without loss 018 of dignity and nd certainly certainlywith oertainlywith certainlywith
with profit profitABUSES pro profitABUSES t tABUSES
The second installment of the report reportof
of the immigration commission is out outand outad outand
and deals with the abuses ab in the treat treatment tretJDeIlt treatinent ¬
ment of steerage passengers grs on the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great transatlantic liners It is isscarcely i isareely isscarcely
scarcely lees 8R astonishing and revolting revoltingin
in some of its details than tha the report reporti
on i the white skivetraffic skye traffic It tells tellatory a atory astory
tory that ought to make any ny Amen Araericau AmeriCAY Amencan
CAY indignant of the shipment of ofthousands oft ofthousands
thousands t OUlOOS of intonding lntondhigeitizens citizen of this thiscountry thiaooutry thiscouptry
country as if they were so many cattle cattleor
or so much freight freightWhile froil freightThlle t tVIall
While VIall it is true that t t some of the thevesels thov thevessels
vessels v are r8 adopting what is known aa aathe aathe asthe
the new typo of steerage t nce accommoda accommodations eocommodaLions oeommodtionl ¬
Lions these are capable of some im improvement improvement improvement ¬
provement and tho great bulk of im immigrants immigrDu Immigrants ¬
migrants are still carried under the theold tb tbold theold
old conditions in the old type of ofsteerage ofteerage ofsteerage
steerage quarters and environments environmentsHundreds environmentHundreds environmentsHundreds
Hundreds of thousand tho Uland of men meDz women womeDl womeDlt
and children come to America every everyyear everyYOtlr everyyear
year in the oldtype steerage The Thehorrors Thehorrors Thehorrors
horrors of it have been often of ton referred referredto
to but it would scent from this report reportthe reportthe reportthe
the evidence for which was obtained obtainedofficially obtainedofficially < 1 1officially
officially fLhot that they cannot be too toostrongly toostrongly toostrongly
strongly emphasized It is almost un unbelievable unbelioblo unbelievable ¬
believable that steamship companies companiesshould oomptLnicS110uld companiesshould
should deliberately engage in a sys systematic systemntic ayetematic ¬
tematic business of carrying human humancargoes humRc humancargoes
cargoes c rgoOB in tho fashion vhich is do described doscribed doscribed ¬
scribed in this report but there can canbe cnbe canbe
be no doubt of tho facts Poor food foodbad foodbad foodbad
bad air filthy quarters and surround surroundings surroundings surroundjugs ¬
ings which are unwholesome alike in inthe inthe inthe
the physical pll 8 cal and J1d moral sense are some someof 80 leof someof
of the features of the steerage It is isnot inot isnot
not in the interest of the republic republicI republicthat republicthat
I that hosts of its future citizens have haveto hAYOto haveto
to pass through such an ordeal before beforethey beforothey befonothey
they can set foot on American soil soilThe soilTho soilThe
The abuses to which hiel women and girls girlsare gidsaro girlsare
are exposed are Te indescribable indescribableUp indCCTibableUp
Up to late the report repor l emanating emanatingfrom cm1ADfltingfrom emanatingfrom
from the immigration commission are areoY Ar8o areot
oY o a nature to justify the investiga investigationsit invC8tigRtione investigationsit ¬
tionsit tione it has carried on and the cost co t of ofthem ofthorn ofthem
them They deal with matter about aboutwhich Rboutt abouwhich
which the public needs light Thero is isevery isevery
every rootm why Congress should take takeas
as serious notice of the steerage ques queston quesrfn questn
ton as of tho white slave traffic to towhich towllic1a towhich
which the immigration imm atjon commission has hLforced hasforced
forced its attention attentionCalifornia attentionCa1Jornla attentionCalifornIa
California wants Roosevelt to come out outthere outthere outThere
there and kill mountain lions at a 39 per perpcalp porflC8lp perscalp
scalp it is declared that mountaineers mountaineershave mountaJnoershave mountaineershave
have been making makln big money on the thebounties thebountlos thebounties
bounties Roosevelt however as an ad advocate adooato advocato ¬
vocate of the square deal would be at ata atIt ata
a disadvantage dlll d tge He couldnt decently decentlyengage deeentlyengage decentlyengage
engage in the business of lion fanning
in order to get the scalps scalpsA
A masked train robber held up a trainIn train trainIn trainIn
In Germany took a wealthy woman womanspurso womanpursG worneaspurse
purse pulled the bollcord and escaped escapedOf
Of course the tact tltt a little iucldem iucldemof
of that sort takes place in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States occasionally will continue to be beevidence be8VJdeneo beevidence
evidence that we are a barbarous com community cornmunity ¬
munity munityA
A Montreal investigator of municipal municipalconditions municipalcondlUons municipalconditions
conditions finds that 26 per cent of the theexpense theexperuro theexpense
expense of running r nnlng the town goes in invarious Invarlo invarious
various varlo forms of graft They seem to tohave tohavo tohave
have pretty good conditions there com compared compared cornpared ¬
pared to some of our American towns townsSpeaker towWlSpeaker townsSpeaker
Speaker Cannon and Secretary Wilson Wilsonmight Wilsonmight
might be able to lighten their labors laborsby laborsby aborsby
by establishing eatabll hln a Joint bureau tvlth Ith full fullresponsibility tunrMponlllblUty fullresponsibility
responsibility and powers in the matter matterof
of denying d reports of intended retire retirements retlremonts retiremonte ¬
monte mentsCarrie montsCan1e monteCarrie
Carrie Nation is reported to have 11 ro rocoived received nooolvod
coived two offers of marriage since she shehas shehas shehas
has been In Washington V88hln ton Whats the theuse theUlle theuse
use of pretending to believe that civili civilization civilization clviiization ¬
zation makes inc men less intrepid intrepidIf
If the army and navy decide > to bar barall baral1 barall
all trust goods itll be interesting Int re tlng to tosee toseo tosee
see how the ships will still Inasmuch as aswater aswater aswater
water is one of the th chief commodities In Inwhich Inhlah Inwhich
which hlah the trusts tru ta deal dealThere doaIThere dealThere
There is a rumor which doesnt OOe nt need needconfirmation needcon needconllrmaUon
confirmation con rmatIon that Senator Brisiow is isdoubtful Idoubtful isdoubtful
doubtful about his h popular r election of ofMary otSenators ofSenators
Senators re reolutIon luUon getting reported Teportftfltrom reportedfrom
from the Judiciary Mary Committee CommitteeThe CommitteeThe CommitteeThe
The United States has a little bill of offrooooo of4roooo
frooooo 600000 against Cuba and while It ItIsnt ItI ItIsnt
Isnt I nt going to be pressed tMl unduly It may mayyet mayyet mayyet
yet form the basis b 81 of som tOme sort of fore foreclosure toneJo foreclosure ¬
closure eJo uro proceeding proceedinglolaya proceedingZIan proceedingZoiaya
lolaya Is certainly in a bad way on onthe onthe onthe
the editorial pages but in the news newscolumns newcolumna newscolumns
columns he appears to be b holding his hisown hJown hisown
own quite comfortably comfortablyACCUSED comrortablyACCUSED comfortablyACCUSED
Will Be Tried TriedSoonon Soon on Charge of ofAttempting ofAttempting ofAttempting
Attempting to Wreck WreckTrain WreckTrain WreckTrain
Train TrainThrough TrainThrough TrainThrough
Through an interpreter Domlnlco
Felasoo accused of attempting to towreck towreek towreck
wreck a a Southern allPullman triin tr dn in inthe
the Union station tunnel about a amonth amonth amonth
month ago this mornln morning < pleaded not notguilty notguilty
guilty to the indictment which was re returned re returned noturned ¬
turned against ainat him yesterday ye terday charging
him with Ath the offense offenseFelasco olrenHFelawco offenseFelasco
Felasco was brought Into Criminal
Court No 1 1 and the indictment was wasroad w wroad wasroad
road to him by Clerk S MoComas MoComasHawker MoOomuHawkei tccomasHawker
Hawker In turn It J ws was translated to tothe totbe tothe
the Italian trackwalker by b Interpreter InterpreterFrlzanno Interpeeterlrlzanno InterpreterFnIzanno
Frlzanno Felasco will be brought to totrial totrial totrial
trial it is l said before the Christmas Christmasholidays ChrwtmaaoUda7 Christmasholidays
aoUda7CHILDS holidaysCHILDS holidays holidaysCHILDS
BANDUBKY Ohk Dec 14 HThe The body bodyof bodyor bodyof
of an eightyearoiJ J girl was found foundin
in an abandoned well on the farm of ofJ orJ
J 1 P Harrington seven MV miles south southof lIOuthot southof
of Sandusky It is I believed that the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little girl may have been a member of ofa ota ofa
a band of gypsies who ho were encamped encampedrear enempoelrear encampediear
rear the Harrington farm last laa sum sumWhats auntmer UOl UOli UOlWhtilts i
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815 n m mMajestic mraJMtIcMovlng inraJetic1iovIng
Majestic raJMtIcMovlng Moving pictures and vaude vaudeville vaudvIIIf vaudevilla ¬
ville villeThe vIIIfTht villaThe
The > Times will he plea pleased l to announce announcem announrmpth1Jrfll asnounrmatings
m mpth1Jrfll > etlnRK and ntertalmnentK Ira n this col colujnn coluntil 01 01uJI1t1
until Write Yrlteor or a phone annouucemeiUjf nQW cementl
Miss MissNina Nina Knox Van Arsdale Will Make MakeHerDebut MakeHerDebutTo Her Debut DebutTo DebutTo
To Society At Large Reception This Afternoon
Homage to Be P Paid id to toNiece toNiece toNiece
Niece of Mr and Mrs MrsWilliam MrsWilliam MrsWilliam
William S Knox KnoxLarge KnoxLarge KnoxLarge
Large Number of Seasons SeasonsDebutantes Season9sDebutantes SeasonsDebutantes
Debutantes to Help in inReceiving inReceiving inReceiving
Receiving Line LineWashington LineA LineWashington
Washington A hlngton society will 111 pay homage homagfthis homagethis
this afternon to t the thodebutanto debutante niece of ofMr orIrand ofMr
Mr Irand and Mrs William Salisbury Knox KnoxI KnoxMiss i iMies
Miss I Nina Knox Van Arsdale who will willlie willbe willS willSbe
be presented pr ted at the home e of Mr and andMrs andMra andMrs
Mrs Knox nox at a a large 18r e reception from o oto u uto I
to 7 oclock oclockTho oclockTho oclockTh
Tho Th house will be effectively decor decorated decorated ¬
ated too for or the occasion vvilh asparagus asparagusvino asparagusvlno
vine smilax and Klllarnoy roses ronesMme rosesMine
Mme Francisco Vanes wife of the thesecretary thesecret thesecretary I
secretary secret of the Bureau of American AmericanRepublics jJnlrkanRepublics AmerlcanRepublics
Republics and Mrs Harris wife of ofLieut ofLiout I ILleut
Lieut Frederick R Harris U S N Nwill Nwill
will 111 preside pre lde at the ffea table tableMrs tAbleAIr tableMrs
Mrs AIr G V Knox Mrs J S Van VanArfdale VanAtple VanArdale
Arfdale Mrs H lL W Hamilton and Mrs MrsRichard MrsRichard
Richard Mullowny will receive with Mrs MrsKnox MrsKnox MrsKnox
Knox and tho debutante debutanteDebutantes dobutanteDebutantes debutanteDebutantos I
Debutantes Will WillBe WillBe WillBe
Be Among the Guests GuestsA J JA IA
A number of tho seasons S lIons debutarte debutartewho j jwho
who will also as as assist lst are Miss Evelyn EvelynCarpenter Ev EvclynCarpenter lyn lynCarpentor I
Carpenter Miss Frances Thorn Miss MissStella MissSlella MissStella
Stella Carusl Miss Lucinda Ponnebaker PonnebakerMiss PonnebakerMiss I IMlu
Miss Winifred Dorance of Philadelphia Philadelphiahouso Philadelphiahouse i ihouso
houso guest gue t of Miss Pennebaker Miss MissRobyn MissRobn MissRobyn
Robyn Young Miss Frances Miller Miss MissLucy MissLUC3 Miss4ucy
Lucy 4ucy Lauch and her house guest Miss MissWebber MissYoobor MissWebbor
Webber of Now York Miss May lItra Keor Keornay Kcar1n Kearuc
nay n uc Miss Marta Calvo Miss Georgia GeorgiaKnox GeorgiaKnox GeorgialCnox
Knox cousin cou ln of the debutante and Mirs MirsJean MirsJean I IJe
Jean Je n France of Philadelphia who ar arrill arrived arrived
rived In Washington this morning and andwill I Iwill
will rill be Miss ln Van Arsdalcs house guest guestfor guestfor guestfor
for several days daysMiss daII1I1a daysMiss
Miss Van Arsdales Ar debutante frock frockwill frockwill frockwill
will be a becomingly draped princess princessof princessgown princessgown
gown of white satin with Ith a garniturE garniturEof
of silk embroidery and crystal and she shewill sbewill shewill
will carry a shower bouquet of violets violetsMrs violetsMrs violetsMrs
Mrs Knox KnoxWears KnoxWears
Wears Handsome Gown GownMrs Gownlrrs GownMrs
Mrs Kjiox will wear a Marie An Antoinette Antoinette Antolnette ¬
toinette gown of ivory moire embroid embroidered embroidered embrolciored ¬
ered In steel and jet with a a corsage corsagebouquet corsagbouquet corsagebouquet
bouquet of pink roses ro e and Miss MI Knox Knoxwill KnoxwJU KnoxWill
will wear crystal cry tal dotted net over white whitesatin whltUn h1te h1tesatin
satin Un with a panel effect in front and andback andback andback
back laced with ofth palo blue chiffon and andwill artdwin andwill
will carry American Beauty ne uty roses rosesMiss rosesU roseaMiss
Miss U Frances gown will be pale bluetln bluesatin Blue Bluesatin
satin tln with 1th touches t uche of pink on the border borderand borderand borderand
and a draped overskirt effect effectAn ertectAn effectAn
An informal supper and dance for the thereceiving thfneelng thereceiving
receiving party and a number of afi afidltlonal nGdltlonal addItlonal
dltlonal men will follow the tea teai teaMrs teaMrs
+ i 1Mrs
Mrs Wilmer WilnierHonors WilmerHonors WilmerHonors
Honors Miss Draper DraperMrs DraperdnJ DraperMrs
Mrs William Holland Wilmer enter entertained entertatnod entertamed ¬
tamed a company of the seasons seasonsdebutantes neaqnsdebutantee ns nsdebutante
debutantes at luncheon today In compli compliment compUment coinpilmont ¬
ment to Miss Margaret Draper the thedebutante thodebutante thedebutante
debutante daughter of Gen and Mrs MrsWlillam MrsWDIlam MrsWilliam
William F Draper DraperMr Drcper1t1rand Draper4r
Mr 1t1rand 4r and Mrs Alfred AJtr P Thom Jr j who whowere whoere whowere
Va Vathe Vathe Vathe
were ere recently married at Staunton n
the brides homa have returned to toWashington toVashlngtOn toWashington
Washington from their brMHU trip and andwill andwill andwill
will reside rea o at t liSt P street this winter winterJ winterMrs winterMrs
1 1Mrs J
Mrs Foster FosterHostess FosterHostess FosterHostess
Hostess At Luncheon LuncheonMrs LuncheonMrs LuncheonMrs
Mrs John W Footer WRS hostess at atluncheon atluncheon atluncheon
luncheon today at her residence on onEighteenth onxtghteenth onKighteenth
Eighteenth atreet entertaining a com company company cornpany ¬
pany of twenty twentyT
T P OConnor OConnor of London Bngland BnglandIs ngiastdis
Is the house guest t of Mr and Mrs MrsThomas MraThomas MrsThomas
Thomas F Walsh at their Massachu Massachuetts MlUlMChuHtta Messachusatin
satin avenue venue residence for today and andtomorrow andtomorrow andtomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowSociety
1 1Society 4 4Society
Society is I manifesting Its usual in interest Inter6llt interest ¬
terest in the annual Charity Ball for fortho torthe forthe
the benefit of the Childrens Hospital Hospitalwhich Hospitalwhich Mosptalwhich
which has been arranged for Monday Mondayevenln Monday88Oln Mondayevening
evenln evening January 3 at the New Willard WillardA
A number of dinner parties have been beenplanned beenpl beenplaflned
planned pl ned to precede the dance the hosts hottslater hQtalaler hostsLater
later accompanying their guests to the theWlllard thewnlud theWillard
Wlllard WlllardThe wnludTbe WillardThe
The committee in charge which has hasabout basabout hagabout
about completed arrangements includes includesMrs IncludeMre IncludesMrs
Mrs W V R Merriam chairman Mrs MrsGlover MrsGlovor 111 111Glovor
Glovor Mrs Gaff Mrs Barker Mrs MrsGherar MrsGherarur MrsGherar
Gherar Gherarur > Mrs M Simpson on and Miss MI Sher Sherrill Shersill
rill 4111Mrs Mrs McGulre Is chairman of the th re reception reception noceptlon ¬
ception committee which also Includes IncludesMrs IncludeMr IncludesMrs
Mrs Mr Merriam Mrs Hoeice Mrs rs Simp Simpson Simpeon Simpaon ¬
son Mrs Mra1jdward Edward McCauley Mrs Moses MosesMrs MosesMrs MosesMrs
Mrs Mandeville an evllle Carlisle Mrs rs Glover GloverMrs GloverM GloverMrs
Mrs M Wllkte and Mrs Tuckerman TuckermanJack iuckermanJack TuckermanJack
Jack Story will act as a chairman of the thefloor theftoor thefloor
floor committee assisted ted by Murray Murn A AYoung ACobb ACobb
Cobb CobbYoung CobbYoung
Young People PeopleGuests PeopleGue PeopleGuests
Guests Gue ts of Mr and Mrs Downing DowningMr
Mr Lr and Mrs A C Downing enter entertained entertained entertamed ¬
tained a party of young people at din dinner dinner dinsee ¬
ner 1t Ltt t evening eveningCommander evenlnfCommander eveningCommander
Commander and Mrs William Man Manning Manning rAn rAnnln ¬
ning nln Irwin were hosts at a large thea theater theater theater ¬
ter purty last evening at the New Na National Natlon National ¬
tional tlon Theater followed by H supper at attheir attheir attheir
their home on Nineteenth street streetTheir streetTheir streetTheir
Their guests were Miss Carol New Newberry Xe Xebetty Newberry
berry Miss U Sadie Sa le Murray Miss Alice AliceSou AlleeBoutell AliceBoutell
Sou Boutell tell Miss Julia Jull GoKlsborough Gold borough Miss MissKatharine HlaKAtherine PussKatherine
KAtherine Weeks Miss Annie Irwin IrwinMr IrwinMr IrwInMr
Mr Adee and Mr Dowell of the May Mayflower Ma Maft Mayflower ¬
flower ft r Mr Calhoun U S N Captain CaptainJohnson CaptainJohnson < aplaln aplalnrohnMOn
Johnson and Lieutenant Sultan I P S SA SA SA
A and Jesse Brown Brownj BrownMiss BrownJIll
4 4Miss j
Miss McCauley McCauieyIs
Is I Guest of Honor HonorMV HonorMr HonorNr
MV Nr and Mrs Wolcott Tuckerman Tuckermanwere Tuckermanwere Tuekrnranwere
were hosts at a box party last evening eveningat <
at l the New National Theater in com compliment compliment cornplirnent ¬
pliment to the tatters sister ter Miss Mary MaryMcCauiey MarMcCauly MaryMcCauley
McCauley a debutante of the season seasonThe lI88eonThe masonThe
The additional guests ueste were the Misses MissesMeyer 1011 1011der MissesMeyer
Meyer and their house guest gue t Miss 11 Julia JuliaTuckerman JuliaTuckennan JuliaTuckerman
Tuckerman Coumws LulseAlexandra LulseAlexandravon Lul eAlexandlRyon
von Bornstorn Miss 111II Constance Hoyt HoytMiss HoytU HoytPiulas
Miss U Carlisle Miss Parrlsh Mtes Drap Draper ¬
er Miss Clover Mr von Stumm Baron BaronPrlttwitx BaronPrlttwlls BaronPrittwttz
Prlttwitx Prince Koudacheff Mr Du DuPont DuPont DuPont
Pont Mr Horstmann Mr Ellis Mr MrEmory MrEmory MrEmOry
Emory Mr Weyth Lieutenant Com Commander Commander Cornmander ¬
mander Palmer and Walter Tucker Tuckerman Tuck Tuckerman r rJnan ¬
man manMr
4 4Mr 1 1Mr
Mr and Mrs Gaff GaffEntertain GffEntertain GtiffEntertain
Entertain At Box Party PartyMr
Mr and Mrs Tttomas T Gaff Ui were werehosts wereboats wrohosts
hosts at a box party at the Columbia ColumbiaTheater ColumbiaTheater ColumbiaTheater
Theater last evening even In In compliment to toMr toMr toMr
Mr and Mrs Joseph Choate jr of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York who are the guests uetta of the par parents parnls parants ¬
ants nls of o the latter Assistant Aal tant Secretary Secretaryof crelary crelaryo
of o War and Mrs Oliver Mr MrM1d and Mr MrOalT M Moa Mrs
OalT entertained at a supper u r after the theCommodore theplay theP
play P
1 1CQmmodor 4Commodore
Commodore and Mrs M ra George It 1 Pete Petewere Peters Petflnlwere Peterswere
were hosU at a a theater thc ter part at the theNew theNew theNow
New National Theater lat evening enll < in inhonor Inhonor inhonor
honor of their daughter Miss Grace GracePeters OraePet OrsecPetein <
Peters Pet en and her fiance fiance Whltmell p pTiiitHtall PTItIUltal1 pTimuetail
TiiitHtall of Chicago Id w < 3 the outof outoftown outoftown outoftown
town guests who are her h or the wed wedohvg wedUng weiding
ding tomorrow They arc Mrs Ben Benjaniln Benaniln n njanin
janiln Gray of Norfolk Mrs William WilliamIf VUItntH
If White and 1141 Miss White of New York YorkMr YorkMr YorkMr
Mr Slaughter Miss Mh Slaughter and B HGray Bray BGray
Gray ray TinsUll 1ln tltlJ ill of Norfolk and Miss MisslUnckon MiliIJln Mit4Iflirekon
lUnckon IJln < kon of of u New cw York a cousin cu in of the thebride th timebride <
Photo by G GMISS V Buck ButkMISS BuckMISS
Expect Many Notables NotablesAt
At Miss Williams Recital RecitalAmong Recitalmont RecitalAmong
Among the patrons p trone and patronesses patronessesof ee eeot
of the recital at the Now Willard to tonight to tonlt tonIght
night nlt > ht The South In Story Stor and Sons Sonsby Scmgby g gby
by Miss Louise A A Williams of Georgia Georgiaare j
are the French Ambassador Amba sador and Mme MmeJusserand lImeJUMerand MrneJueserand
Jusserand the German Ambassador and andCountess andCounteu andCountess
Countess von Bernstbrff Bernat rtr the Secretary Secretaryof
of War and Mrs Dickinson Dlekln on the Sec Sectary Seoa Seoatary Secetary
tary of Interior and Mrs Balllnger BalllngerSenator BallingerSootor BallizzgerSenator
Senator and Mrs Fhomas H Paynter PaynterSenator Pa7IlterSenator PaynterSenator
Senator and Mrs Robert I L Taylor Sea Senator Scmator Seaator ¬
ator and Mrs Albert B Cummins Sena Senator Senator Sanetor ¬
tor and Mrs M J Foster Senator and andMrs nlMr andMrs
Mrs H E Burnham Senator and Miss MissStephenson 1UStephn MissStephenson
Stephenson on Senator Alexander S Clay ClaySenator ClaySen ClaySenator
Senator Sen tor Simmons Senator Gallinger GallingerKepresentative GallingerI GaflIngerPeproeentatlvs
Kepresentative I epro entaUv8 and Mrs Longworth the theAiWictant theIltnt theAistitant
AiWictant Iltnt Secretary of the Nary Nanlra And AndMrs andMrs
Mrs Beekman Winthrop the Assistant AssistantSecretary AseiatUlItSecretary AssistantSecretary
Secretary of the Interior and Mrs MrsPierce MrsPierce MrsPierce
Pierce General and Mrs Wotherspoon WotherspoonColonel WotherspoonColonel WotherapoonColonel
Colonel and Mrs Garrard Admiral and andMrs adMra andMrs
Mrs Dewey Rear Admiral and Mrs MrsKvans MrsEvan MrsEvans
Evan Rear Admiral and Mrs Leutae LeutaeRear LeutaeRear LeutrieRear
Rear Admiral and Mrs Schley Rear RearAdmiral RearAdmiral RearAdmiral
Admiral and Mrs Mason Rear Admiral Admiraland Admiraland Admiraland
and Mrs Hemphill Capt and Mrs Wal Walter Wltar WaJter ¬
ter McLean U S N Mrs Wesson WessonMrs Ve VeonMrs hon honMrs
Mrs C D Merwin Mrs Drury Lud Ludlow Lardlow
low 10 and Mrs Mr Burton Harrison HarrisonFormer Harrl Harrisonr HarrisonFormer on onFormer
+ r
Former Governor of Ohio and Mrs MrsHerrick MrsHerrick In InHerrick
Herrick and Mr and Mrs Crawford CrawfordHill CrurtonlHm CrawfordHill
Hill of Denver Col who have been beenthe beenth beenthe
the th house e guests of Mr and Mrs MrsThomas LrsThomll MisThomas
Thomas F Walsh left Washington for fortheir torthetr fortheir
their homes horn yesterday yesterdayl yesterdaySon ye terdaySon
l 4Son l
Son Is Born BornTo BornTo BornTo
To Lieutenant and Mrs Adams AdamsI4euu AdaIIl9Ilout AdamsLieu
Lieu It Yo V Adams U S A L and andMB andMJB andMmt
MB Adams are receiving the con congratulations congratulUon congratulatlons ¬
gratulations of their friends upon the thebirth thebirth thebirth
birth of a a son on December 4 He is a agrandson acnndMn aarandson
grandson or Rear A 4 imiral L C Logan Loganlate LoganU
U S N and a reAtgrandson of the thelate thelate
late Admiral D i D Porter U S N NJ NCol NCol NCol
+ J
Col and Mrs Walter Howe H W of Fort FortHancock FortHIInCOCkf FortHancock
Hancock HIInCOCkf N J are spending some time timein timeIn timeIn
in Washington Wuh Washington ngton the guests of o their son sonLieut lIOnLleut sonLiout
Lieut Alfred G Howe U S N NRepresentative Nnepresentetlve I
Z Zepresentatlve
Representative and 00 Mrs McKinney McKin ey of ofIllinois oCIllinois ofIllinois
Illinois have arrived in Washington and andhave andtav andhave
have taken an apartment in the t e Port Portland Portland Portland ¬
land for the season seasonpaymaster seasonpaymaster n nPaymtUlter
seasoni i
paymaster Ignatius T Hagner U S SN Sand sN
N and Mrs Htgner H er have taken an anapartment anaPArtment anapartment
apartment In th prince I > rJnce Carl for the thewinter thewin thewinter
winter winterRepresentative win winterRepreseutate ler
ol olRepreeenttlve
Representative and Mrs rs Edwin W WHiggins WHiggins wHiggins
Higgins of Connecticut who 00 arrived In InWashington IIIW inw
Washington W hJDKton last week have opened openedtheir openedtheir openedtheir
their apartment apart ont In the Portland for the theseason thesesflfl
season I
Mrs Merriam Chaperons ChaperonsCompany ChaperonsCompanyQfYoung
Company CompanyQfYoung of Young People PeopleMrs
Mrs William l R Merriam chaperoned chaperoneda
a box party at the New National NtIonalThe The Theater Theatet ¬
atet last evening or o Samuel Maddox Maddoxwho Maddorwho
who asked a company or young YO yoting ng people peopleto
to see Miss M Maude Adams In honor of ofMiss ofMiss i
Miss 111 Laura Merriam MerriamIn
In the th party were Mi MISS Gladys G Hlnck Hlnckley mnckIe Hiucklay I
lay Ie Miss Mao Southcrland tberln4 Miss Alica AlicaWhiting AUCfWhiting AIIcp
Whiting Miss 1 Sonhy SopboJo SoplrJohnstoa Joanetoa lfton Hillard HillardOwen HIllardOwen HillardOwen
Owen Granvijo Fortescue James Hov HovHuklekoper Ho OTI
kins In Newton G9Uck aAI an Reginald ReginaldHukiekoper
Huklekoper HuklekoperAfter Hukleko HukiekoperAfter er erAtter
After the play Mr Maddox enter entertained entertamed teI ¬
tamed the party at supper at the New NewWillard NewVItJrd NewWillard
Willard WillardSociety VItJrdSociety
4 + z i iSociety
Society Sees SeesMiss SeesMiss SeesMiss
Miss Maude Adams AdamA AdamsA
A fashionable audience attended the theperformance theperCormance theperformance
performance of o Miss Ma Maude d Adams A In laWhat InWhat InWhat
What Every Woman Knows last lastnight 1aetnight lastnight
night Some of those entertaining box boxparties boorparti boxparties
parties parti were Dr and 3Ars B M Ran Randolph ndolph Randoipir ¬
dolph and Mr 1 and Mrs Preston Gib Gibson GlblIOn Gibson ¬
son In the orchestra were General Generaland Geaeraland Generaland
and Mrs Wotherspoon W Cot and Mrs MrsSpencer IlraSpeltCer MrsSpencer
Spencer Cosby Co by Mr and MtB Philip
Bichborn Miss Constance taDce Hoyt Mtas MtasMargaret M1IIiIMargart Mi MiMargaret
Margaret Draper Miss Dora Clover Cloverand Cloverand Cloverand
and a number of others othersMiasos otberMiasas
4 4Mimes
Mimes Brawser BrawserAre BraWDerAre BrawnerAre
Are Hosts At Dance DanceThe DanceThe DanceThe
The Misses Brawner of N street streetwere etreet9ere streetwore
were ere hosts at t a dance at the Dum Dumbarton Dumbarton Dumbarton ¬
barton Club last evening even1 The ball ballroom b811room ballroont ¬
room was beautifully adorned with withpink withpink withpink
pink carnations and clusters clu t81S of Christ Christmas Chri8tI Christmae ¬
mae greens Mrs Brawner who as assisted asSISted asslated ¬
sisted her dcughters I to receive their theirguests theirguests theirguests
guests wore s beautiful black satin satingown satingown Un UnKown
gown trimmer with lace Others as assisting as asslsUng asstating ¬
stating in receiving were Mrs Mason Miaeonin on onIn
in black velvet and rose e point lace laceMrs laceMrs e e1ra
Mrs Shields m rj black mesealine and andMrs IUlClM and andMrs
Mrs M Pollock in red satin Miss Martha MarthaBrawner MarthaBrawner MarthaBrawner
Brawner wore ore a becoming gown of pink pinksatin pinktin pinksatin
satin tin and Miss s Julia Brawners gown gownwas gownwas wn
was 88 of black chiffon chl < on cloth over black blacksilk blacksilk blacksilk
I silk silkDr 4 4Dr s
Dr Wu the Chinese minister mlnl ter and andseveral ancIvera andseveral
several vera members mem en of the embassy em staff staffoccupied 8taoccupied staffoccupied
occupied a box atthe at the Columbia Theater Theaterlast lbeat Theaterlast r rIt
last night Colonel el James military at attache attache attache ¬
tache of the British embassy also oc occupied occupied occupied ¬
cupied a box accompanied by bynls his sister sisterinlaw sisterinLaw te teInlaw
inlaw the Hon Rachel K Shuttle Shuttleworth Shuttlorth Shuttleworth
worth orth and Mr and Mrs George How Howard HowArd Howand ¬
ard had a party with them In a box boxIn boxIn boxIn
In the audience were the Military mtaor At Attache Attxche Attache ¬
tache of the German embassy eDlbE y and rIDe rIDeyon Xmevon Minevon
von Llvonius L vonlus Rear Admiral and Mrs MrsLeutxe XreLeutse icrsLeutse
Leutse Captain C and Mrs I8 Walter Mc McLean MeLen McLean ¬
Lean Mrs A J Halford Miss Ruth RuthHalford RuthI11tord RuthLalford
Halford Miss Ml s Polly Mason on Josephine JosephineMason ro JosephineMason ephlnMa
Mason on and Philip Patchln
T The he Young Lady Across the Way
The young younglady y younglady 0 II n g glady
lady across the they thelVa thejvay
y lVa jvay > ay says she sheoverheard sheoverheard sJiroverheard
overheard her htrfather herfather herfaticr
father say S that thathis thathis thatI thathis
his bankers bankerskept bankersI bankerskept
kept k e p t advising advisinghim a advisinghim d vlsrng vlsrnghim
him to reduce reducehis reduce1z reducehis
his 1z is loans and andfor andfor andforhcrpartshc
for forhcrpartshc forhcrpartshcthought her part she shethought c cthought
thought it was wasawfully wasawfully wasawfully
awfully nice of ofgentlemen ofgentlemen ofgentlemen
gentlemen who whounderstood whounderstood whounderstood
understood all allab allabout allabout
ab about o ut such suchthings suchthings suchthings
things to go to tothe tothe tothe
the trouble of ofgiving ofgiving ofgiving
giving advice to totheir totheir totheir
their business businessacquaintances businessacquaintl1ucs businessacquaintances
Mrs George Bliss Entertains Entertainsat
at Luncheon for Debu Debutante Debutante Debutante ¬
tante Daughter DaughterConsul DaughterConsul DaughterConsul
Consul and Mrs E C CBaker CBaker CBaker
Baker Sail Today for forv forEurope forEurope
v Europe EuropeI
I Mrs M George Geor e Btlsn Bl was hostess at atYCuog ts zycung
I young peoples luncheon today for hep hepdaughter helrlau bezdaughter
daughter rlau < hter Miss Ruth Bliss one of t tJt1 tJt1dfbutante8 tiOdabutante < 3 3debutantes
debutantes of hut season seasonThe ctILThe seasonThe
The guests gua l were MUM M Bllzabetbl BllzabetblI 1IIIlza1MtbWalsh IzabethWalsh
I Walsh Mtes 1ies Ruth Jones Miss Stella Stellaj StellaClTUIJI Stellaaruel
j farusi aruel the Misses Abbott Miss Marie oIarteFosoo Marieosier
j Fosher osier Miss Katharine Holbrook HolbrookI HolbrookUIK
I i Miss UIK Frances Dodge Mien 1 Power and andMiss andI andMiss
Miss 1188 Wallls WallisTbe WaillsThe
I + 5 5The
The American consul at Antung AntungChina AntungChina
China and Mrs I JS C Baker Bak r the lat latter latter letter
ter formerly ailw Jean 1 Pedlar whose whosewedding whosewedding whosewedding
wedding took piaee Saturday at noon in lathe Inthe
the New York Avenue Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch Prrteriant PresbyterianChurch
t Church sailed from from New N York this thismorning t trlcmorning
morning on the Kronprinz Kropnlnzessin asta Cecelio C CeeeUofor Uo Uof
1 for f or Europe They will spend some time timei timetraveling
i I traveling through Europe urop before going goingto
I to Mr Bakers post about March 1 lMrs 1o
o 4 4Mrs
Mrs Porter PorterAnd PorterAnd PorterAnd
And Daughters Return ReturnMrs
Mrs Porter wife 1Je of Major John Bl Hlrt HlrtdIe 1114die l ldie
die Porter U S S A and the Misses Ml For Forter Porter Fortar
ter have ave returned to to Washington an Dc aniare < S
are spending spend InS the aoasoiq with Mrs An Andrew Andr Andrew
drew dr w Porter in her home on r street streetLieut streetr streetLleut
1 1LJeut r
Lieut and Mrs Mark Brooke B U 3 3A S SA SA
A of West Point N Y are the sues suestg suestgthe guestoof 13 13of
of the latters parents Medical Director Directorand Directorand Direcorand
and Mrs Francis M Ounneli U S N Nfor Nfor
for several several weeks weeksLieut weeksUeut weeksUcut
Lieut Horace F Spurgta Coast Artil Artillery Artl1lerr Artillery ¬
lery u S A A and Mrs Sporgin ar are be being be beIng belug ¬
ing alated the tt t tson L Lson
congratulated upon tlMbisth birth q rtson >
son William F Spurgin on December S SCoL 1JCot tCoL
CoL George Rodney Smith U S A Aand Aand Aand
and Mrs Smith have given up their theirapartment theIrapartment therapartment
apartment in the Grafton and have havetaken haJtaken havetaken
taken an apartment In the Parkwood Parkwoodl
1748 l 4C K street for the th season seasonMajor seasonMajor
Major and Mrs Gay carleton o thg thgKeneeaw tir tirKenesaw
Keneeaw Ken aw have as their guests for the themonth themonth themonth
month of December their cuvosnter Mrs MrsPelnam MrsPelham MrsPeiham
Pelnam Glassford GlassfordMrs Glaa8tordMrs
1 1Mrs
Mrs George W Goethate l8 wife o oColonel of ofColonel cCColonel
Colonel Goethals Geethals U Si S A A chief engi engineer englneer engrneer
neer in charge of the Panama canal canalhas canaJhas canalhas
has soiled ed on the Prisms Joachim Jo foe foeKingrston foCKingston oC oCKJnsston
Kingston KingrstonMrs KJnsstonMrs KingstonMrs
Mrs Clifford Stewart Stewart ha hM issae4 issae4cards issueqcard tseue4cards
cards for a bridge party p on Tuesday Tuesdayafternoon Tuesda Tuesdattornoon Tuesdatafternoon
afternoon December De 21 21Miss nMaliS 21Miss
Miss Mary Stead Stead was hostess at atluncheon 2 rluncheon i iluncheon
luncheon party today at her home homeon
on Seventeenth street streeto streetThe st streetrho eet eetTho
The marriage of r Miss Anne Peyton to toLieut toLleut t tLiout
Lieut Marshall Magruder U S A on onSaturday InSaturday ciiSaturday
Saturday evening December IS at 130 790oclock 130oclock 130oclock >
oclock will take place at St Andrew AndreivBplsoopal Andrew3Eplsoopal AndrewEpiscopal
Episcopal Church instead of at St StThomas StT1tomas StThomas
Thomas Church Churcha as originally planned plannedMrs plannedMrs planneiLMrs
Mrs Newmyer NewmyerReturns New1J1yerReturns NewmyerReturns
Returns From Baltimore BaltimoreMrs BaltimoreMrs
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of Baltimore returned to her hom homMonday h0m4 h0m4Yonday hoindMonday
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Mrs A Powderznaker who has been beenvteitinp b bvtstttD beoivisiting
visiting vtstttD relatives In Philadelphia had hadreturned hatretumed halreturned
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The Ladies Auxiliary of the th BightK BightKStreet EfghmStreet Eight1Street
Street Temple have arranged for eu eueuofare aeudare eeudire
euofare and bridge party during tIle tigChristmas tIleholidays theChristmas
Christmas holidays at the Mercantile MercantileClhb JlfeiC1lt1letClUb MecantiloChib
LITTLE ROCK Ark Ark Dec 14 14AJs 14AJsa 14Aa A Aa
a result r of the smoker of a west westbound westbound t tbound
bound Rock Island passenger train trainleaving tramlCMLvlng trahileaving
leaving the track at Argent a asuburb asuburb asuburb
suburb of this city five persons were wereseriously wereseriously wereseriously
seriously injured InjuredA t tA
A switch engine had left tho rollg rall rallat t tred Jat
at the poInt where the wreck occur occurred u ured
red A negro watchman watc man placed there thereto
to flag the train had gone to sleep sleepit sleepIt
it Is said saidArmy saidI saidI
I Army Armyand and Navy NavyService Navyi NavyService
i Service Orders OrdersARMY
ARMY ARMYCaptain ARMYeapa1n ARMCaptain
Captain JAMES P ROBINSON Coae CoaeArtillery Coast CoutArtillery CoastArtillery
Artillery Corps Co from 14 Hith th to lutd lutdCompany 1 1I 1itGompany
Company CompanyTae COmpanYne GompanyThe
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take effect this date dateColonel d dColonel dataColonel
from Twentyeighth Twentyei hth to Thirtieth Is Isfantry htautry Ise Iselaetry
fantry fantryCokmel tautryColonel laetryColonel
Colonel ROBERT K EVANS my ANS front frontThirtieth troutThirtieth frontThirtieth
Thirtieth to Twentyeighth Infantry IntentryCaptain InfantryCaptain infantryCaptaIn
jr Ordnance Department will pr prce p pCe8cl prot
ce Ce8cl d to Ms home nreparatbry to rei reitirement 14Urement nsatirement
tirement from active aettnerVlee aettnerVleeMajor service serviceMajor serviceMajor
Major JAMBS JA IES 3 X f KENNEDY Medico MedicoCorps Kedica1 MedbonCorps
Corps to General Hospital H the Pr PrWkbash Pro ProslIo
slIo Io of San Francisco I Cl ClNAVY 1 1NAVY 0
Ca Cai4n ln C E FOX detached comman commanbaah commancabash
Wkbash abash to command Lancaster LancasterNavy LanC38teliavy LancasterNavy
Navy avy Yard Philadelphia Pa PaI PaCaptain PaCaptain
I Captain E B UNDSRWOOD U D RWOOD detach detachto detchNltvaJ detache4
Naval Wr College Newport R B Li L Lto
to Navy Yard Mare Xar Island Cal CalCommander Ca1Coml CalCommander
Commander lUtdr G F COOPER detacheg detachegRhode detacheIRhode 1 1Rhode
Rhode Island to command Celtic CelticCommander CelUcCommander CelticCommander
Commander W L RODGERS detached detachedNaval detach detachNaval
Naval War College Newport R Lj Ljand LtaDd L Land
and from Army War College Wash Washington Wa Warhelngton h hIn
ington In on D C to command Georgia GeorgiaCommander GeorgIaCommander GeorgiaCommander
Commander H MeL cL P HUSE detach detached detached detachad ¬
ed command Celtic to Navy Yard YardPhiladelphia YardPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa as captain of yard yardLieutenant yardLieutenant yar yarUeutennt
Lieutenant Commander N E = IRWIN IRWINTdetached IRWIde IRWINdetached
detached de Kansas Kan as to Rhode Island Islandas
as executive e eeut1ve officer officerLieutenant otfteerLieutenaat ofitcerLieutenant
Lieutenant Commander A A MacAR MacARTHUR MacARTHUR MacAltTHUR
THUR JR detached Ohio to Kan Kangas Kanvtptor Kenas
gas as as navigator navigatorEnsign navigatorEnsign vtptorEIUIIp
Ensign W F COCHRANE COCH E JR de detached de detach8d desinched
inched Tingey to Preston PrestonBnslrn PreetoIaG PrestonnsIgn
Bnslrn G B WRIGHT detached Sh Shbrick Shu Sbbrick < <
brick to Preston PrestonSurgeon PrMtOILSureoft PrestonSurgeon
Surgeon F I L BENTON detached
Franklin to Prairie PrairieAssistant PrairieAMl PrairieAssiStant
Assistant Surgeon L L P SH1PJPEN SHjppEinched de detactwd
inched Naval Prison Portwnouth PortemoutiH uth X
Castles tlne at New Ne York Glacier at
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and Albany aad Yorktown at Con Co CoSAILED
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