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G THE WASHIMiTOX IIIjTOX TIMES FRIDAY FTIln Y DECEMBER DE EJIBEll 31 31 1909
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TRIBUTE TO RETIRING COM COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONERS ¬
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When Commissioners Conlm 88ioners Macfarland Macfarlandand Iacrarlandand
and West est retire r tire to private lifo in in the thevery theTery therery
very near future it will be with the theknowledge theknowledge theknowledge
knowledge that thoir untiring efforts effortsin
in behalf of tho District have boon ap appreciated apepreciated appredated ¬
preciated The decade during which whichMr whichMr hiel hielMr
Mr Macfarland served was in many manyrespects mRnJrespects iminyrespects
respects the tb most important in the tbehistory thehistory thehistory
history of tho local government Great Greatprojects Grctprojects Greatprojects
projects were creundortaken undertaken and complet completed ¬
ed air West served nearly as long a aterm at aterm
term t rm of office officeDuring of officeDuring 1co 1coDuring
During thoir administration the Com Comjnissioncrs Commissioners Cornmissionors
missioners were indefatigable They Theylabored TIleylabored Theylabored
labored long and caniasily Apparent Apparently ¬
ly y they the never became discouraged in intheir intheir intheir
their efforts to make Washington the themost Utamost theBlost
most beautiful be utifu1 city in the world The Thework Thoork Thework
work ork accomplished during their terms termsof termsof termsof
of Renrico will always redound to their theircrcilit theircreUit theircrcdiL
crcilit crcilitAlthough creUitAlthough crcdiLAlthough
Although public words I of praise praisewere praiSewere praiewere
were not necessary to assure the Com Commissioners Commissioners Cornniissioncrs ¬
missioners of the confidence and esteem esteemof
of the people of the District the gath gathering gathring gathering ¬
ering of the most distinguished distingu sl1cd citizens citizensof
of the Capital last night to do honor honorto honorto honorto
to them was as a well deserved tribute tributeWe tributeTe tributeWe
We Te arc confident that John Joy JoyEdeoa JoyEd5Dn JoyEdeon
Edeoa echoed the sentiment of the en entire entire entire ¬
tire population when he said 1n In the thenew thenc1 thenew
new fields of labor upon which you are areabout areabout areabout
about to enter we heartily and sincoro sincerely sincoromfth sincoroly ¬
ly wish you the greatest possible sue success BueC sueress ¬
cess C I and in all your life good health healthhappiness health1lappinnss healthhappiness
happiness and contentment contentmentUndoubtedly contentmentUndoubtedly contentmentUndoubtedly
Undoubtedly Mr Macfarland and Mr MrWest r rWest r rWest
West have made personal sacrifices 6 s in indevoting indevoting indevoting
devoting so many years in the service serviceof
of the District Distrj but they Uu y made tho thosacrifices thoncrifice theacrificen
sacrifices as patriotic citizens citi en8 loath 10nthto 10nthtot to tolet tolt
let t personal interests interfere with withpublic withpublic withpublic
public duty while important projects projectsdemanded projectsdemanded projectsdemanded
demanded their attention Both offi officials amtials offirials ¬
cials can now retire from office with withtho withthe withthe
the knowledge k owcdgc that they have done donemuch donemueJl doneaucli
much good for the District and that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they have the hc sincere gratitude of the thepeople theJopte
people 1 ° opk for duties well performed performedZELAYA performedZELAYA performedZELAYA
ZELAYA HAS RECOVERED HIS HISVOCABULARY HISVOChBULARY HISVOCABULARY
VOCABULARY VOCABULARYSafe
Safe in Mexico where wJu re he was per permitted permitted perniitted ¬
mitted by the United States to find tnd11l 1nLlven4 findliHven
liHven 11l cn < Zelaya is recovering his breath breathhis breathis broathhis
his is dignity tlJ Fllity and his vocabulary His Hisexit Hisexit illselL
exit from Nicaragua was wshut precipitate precipitatebut
hut he is now in the position of ofmall a aKmali aimali
mall 1x boy y who 1to from a secondstory secondstorywindow aoooAd5 secoadstoryilltI0w r riDdow
window can afford to make faces and andcall andaU
call aU names
The milt < important fret is that lie liehas Ieas hehas
has as quit th tJte tJ country oountr which he kept in inn
n I constant turmoil tunn il and although aJtJtOtt h he hefars hea ieays
fars a ys ho has not n t quit for good there thlljttic is isituc i ilittle
little doubt that ha will be permitted permittedt
t tl gr < buck His own people dont want wanthim wanthim autI
him I m and Uncle Sam will not allow him himto h Jn
10 continue to disturb cli tllr the th peace of ofCentral ofCtntI1lJ ofCentral
Central America MttedcaLike AJttcrieaLike AmericaLike
Like others of his kind Zctava Zelya has hasprowH INt INtrown hssroWfl
prowH rown wealthy He should eeek rest restnd restII restisnd
II isnd nd recreation in in Europe There he herun heAn hean
run An pose as a martyr and Il 51 1 as long 10 HC Il Ilhis ashis j jhis
his posing is accompanied by generous generousexpenditures gencrollAXpe gciieroei
i expenditures Xpe 41jtUre he will ill be safe from fromtrouble fromtrouBle fronttrouble
trouble But he will not be permitted permittedto
to incite revolution from Mexico MexicoSENATOR MexicoSENATOR IoxiooSENATOR
SENATOR BRISTOW ON THE THECOST THECOST THECOST
COST OF MEATS MEATSSenator MEATSSenator MEATSSenator
Senator Bristow comas from a State Statewhich S StMowhich to towhich
which is one of the tbochiof chief producers of ofmoat ofmoat ofnioat
moat and perhaps that caneee a lean leaning JeanIng loaning ¬
ing to the conclusion that the farmer farmeri farmerisnt riDer riDeri
i isnt nt responsible for the high Itj h cost of ofmeats ormcatR ofmoats
meats Of course the farmer isnt re responsible reIIpo responsibJe ¬
sponsible IIpo ibJe He is no better organized organizedthan orpnlrcdthAn organzedthan
than he was when hen hogs were worth orth 3 3hundrod 3a 3 3a
a hundred now they are mounting to tonear toncar tonear
near 9 The farmer armor HKS no r trust but buthe buthe buthe
he surely is well in on P good thing thingBut tbing13l1t thingThit
But there arc some striking things thingsin i
in Senator BrfotowH interview jntori w analyz analyzing Mnalping azialysing ¬
ing this condition which is printed in inanother int inanother
another t other place in thin thi paper One is ishis ishis ishis
his declaration that he can remember rememberthe
the time when livestock was worth worthabout worthabout worthabout
about the same prices as now and yet yetmeats yetmeats yetmeats
meats cost only something like half H Hmuch M8 M8much asmuch
much as now That is certainly sug suggestive suggestive suggostie ¬
gestive that somebody between the thearmor thefannor timefarmer
farmer armor and the consumer con umer is getting gettingvastly gettingastly gettingvastly
vastly more than he used to get and andit a114 a114it amiit
it is not unnatural that the Meat trust trustand trustAnd trustand
and the railroads should be suspected wispoetedThe poeted poetedTho
The relation of the railroads to the themaintenance thomaintonanc themaintenance
maintenance of the meat mc t monopoly as asset asset asset
set forth in Senator Bristows IJri tows analy analysis anal analsis analycia ¬
sis constitutes one of the important importantgrounds importantgrounds importantgrounds
grounds for the Sonators demand that thatfurther tJutfurther thatfurther
further regulation be applied to the therailroads therailroads therailroads
railroads railroadsBeyond railroadsDtJond railroadsBeyond
Beyond this flit Kansas l an8aB Senator Senatorn zzafor zzaforth
n 111 r thn th lh HIP < n nIpprflInt li pon lmt rrfailrr and andf
f
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slaughterer of meat have been largely largelydriven largelydriven I
driven out of business bu8 ness by the methods methodsof I Iof
of the meat combination com ination resulting in inthe inthe i ithe
the forcing upward of prices He does doesnot doesnot I Inot
not blame the farmer at one end and andneither andneither I IlICiUu
neither r docs he h blame the retailer at atthe attile attite
the other Certainly there t1t re is reason reasonto ressonto n nto
to believe Ialic that the farmer is getting gettingmore gettingmorc gettingmore
more out of the bulge in prices than thanis thanis thatiis
is going to the retailer retailerSenator retailerSenator retailerSenator
Senator Briatow nri tow agrees with Senator SenatorClapp SenatorcltPlt SenatorCIapp
Clapp in that lie attributes a large largeslmre J largeshare le leSIMUC
share of the responsibility for increas increased ¬
ed prices Ices to the new tariff and the fact facttlmt fRctthnt factthat
that it is generally regarded as revis revision rC revision 8 8ion
ion upward rather than downward He Henames Henames lienames
names cottons woolens products of oflead ofdwllieh ofl
lead l dwllieh Avhich include all plumbers sup supplies suppliC8RJl1 suppliesand ¬
plies pliC8RJl1 and sugar as articles of very verygeneral verygeneral err I IgenlraJ
general use which ought to be cheaper cheaperby
by b reason of a reduction of the tariff tariffbut tui tariffbut I
but which in fact nave have gone higher be because hOe hOeU6e bestuse ¬
cause U6e of its increase or because it was wasleft WitSleft wasleft
left stationary As to every oc one of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these articles and as to rubber and andvarious alIdvarious amidvarious
various other necessaries nece it is of the thecommonest thocommonost thecommonest
commonest knowledge that a proper properreadjustment properre properreadjustment
readjustment re of tariff rates would oukl have havepermitted haepermitted havepermitted
permitted a reduction of tho cost co t to tothe tot1 tothe
the consumer Those TJi e specific cases Cl CSUO CSUOeertainl arc arccertainly arecertainly
certainly eertainl calculated when pointed out outone 011tone outone
one by one on < to force attention to the thomaladjustmenu theinaliidjustinents i imaladjustments
maladjustments effected by the new newtariff newtRrift newtariff
tariff and to justify demand for fur further furtimer j jther
ther revision of it itDANGEROUS itDANGEROUS itDANGEROUS
DANGEROUS CONDITION OF OFSIDEWALKS OFSIDEV OFSIDEWALKS
SIDEWALKS SIDEWALKSThe SIDEV ALKS ALKSno
<
The condition of the sidewalks in inthe inUte inthe
the District is a menace to lifo and andlimb Moudlinlb and11th
limb as well as a dfegraco dSs co to the t city cityUnfortunately cityUnlortunatel cItyUnlurtunately
Unfortunately Unlortunatel there seems ems to bo b no noimmediate noinlm noimmodzte
immediate inlm tTnncd mmedy at hand People Peoplewill PeoplewiU Peoplei1l
will i1l continue contin n to fall on the icy i r pave pavements pavemerits > o omente ¬
merits and continue to sustain injuries injurieswith injurieswithno injurieswith
with withno no opportunity for redress redressIn redrOMIn redressIn
In every other city cit in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UuitsdStates
States of which hich we have knowledge knowledgethe
the municipal authorities arc vested vestedwith vestedwith ostodwiUI
with power to compel property owners ownersto ownersto ownersto
to remove snow nO and andice ice within a roes reasonable rOR8oDRble roesonable ¬
onable time tinio after a storm has ceased ceasedIn
In many instances failure to do so soresults soresults soresults
results in the work being done by the themunicipal themunicipal themunicipal
municipal authorities the expense be being being being ¬
ing charged to the negligent property propertyowner propertyowner propertyowner
owner In some cities failure to prop properly properly properly ¬
erly clean the sidewalks subjects the theproperty theproporty theproperty
property owner to a fine fineThe fineThe fineThe
The District police several years at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to enforce a regulation pro providing proding providing ¬
viding ding for the removal of snow and andice andice andice
ice The Court of Appeals ruled that thata
a householder could not be compelled compelledto
to remove snow and ice from the side sidewalk sidewa1k sidewalk ¬
walk in front of his promises and de declared declared dedared ¬
clared the regulations to be null and andvoid andOld andvoid
void voidTo
To ask the District authorities to toclean todean toclean
clean every sidewalk in the District of ofColumbia ofColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia would be to impose a monu monumental monunlontl monuumontal ¬
mental task t involving a tremendousmount tremendousamount tremendous tremendousamount
amount of money It is inconceivable inconceivablethat
that a law aw cannot be framed to meet meetthis meetthis meetthis
this dangerous situation The side sidewalks sidewalks sidewalks ¬
walks in the business section of the thecty thecoty thecity
city are comparatively clean and safe safeIn safcIn safein
In the residential districts d the reverse reverseis
is true tru and despite the fact that every everyone oTerIono everyone
one exercises c ereMea great care many people peopleAnd peopleft peopleJntI
And ft 1 themselves suddenly and 00 painfully painfullyprone painfullyprone lftinfullyprone
prone on the treacherous pavement pavementIt P emem ememIt
It would seem advisable adyi able that the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District officials take this important importantmatter importantmatter importantmatter
matter up with the District commit committees committees eomrniltees ¬
tees of Congress Con 6M immediately Mean Members Meanhers lcm lcmbers ¬
bers of the House and Senate have havebeen ftaebeen liarsbeen
been picking their way tot over the pave pavements ptlvcIltents pavemeats ¬
meats just like the rest of us and we weare weare weare
are of the opinion that a bill regulat regulating rcgul regulatlag t ti ¬
lag i sidewalk cleaning would ould have a armpatlteUe aymptlt1aeUe asympathetic
sympathetic hearing at this particular particulartime p rticulaI rticulaItime
time
PATRIOTS WHO STILL ABHOR ABHORDIXIE ABHORDIXIE ABHORDIXIE
DIXIE DIXIEO
0 G T Sonneek chief of the di division diT division ¬
vision T A of music for the Library of Con Congres ConilS ConV5
gres is i beginning to believe that thatmusic thatmusic t tmusie
music does not have charms to soothe soothethe sooUaethe soothethe
the iMirk IHttriotie > Uc breast In I n an official officialpublication oft1cia1publieatioJl officialpiiblieation
publication not long ago IIl O he referred to tothe tothe tothe
the f fact et bused OH his official oxperi experience oxperienee oxperience ¬
ence that Dixie is the most mo t popular popularof
of t te ie patriotic p triotic scams scamslie ongsHe < s sHe
He did not say Ill that in a spirit of ofexultation oftxuILation ofcxultation
exultation He 1 said it calmly in in intelligent intm intelligemit ¬
telligent tm ellt coiUMderatRm oon of patriotic patrioticsongs patriotictIOIIg5 patrioticsongs
songs But ut his mistake Jn 8t1tke was W made in insaying insaying insaying
saying it Patriots who 00 dont care caremuch earemuch carenmuch
much about music but who arc re strong strongon
on patriotism aro bombarding him himwith himwith himwith
with protests ts denunciations and andthreats andtnrCts andthroats
threats All of which hieh is very foolish foolishand foolishand foolishand
and unworthy of intelligent intelli ent persons personsThe pel8Onlhe personsThe
The music of Dixie appeals appealsstrongly AJtpeal8strongl appealsstrongly
strongly It appeals as strongly in inthe inthe 1mmthe
the North as in the South and with without witliout wiU wiUout ¬
out awakening aflk n1Bg one unpleanant memory memoryof memor memorof
of the civil war That l the words orda are aremushy areuhy aremushy
mushy uhy goes without saying i But no nobody 110bod nobody ¬
body bod cares ear for the words Its It the themusic theDUtAte theaitusmie
music that counts and the civil war waris WIllis waris
is fortyfour fort or years in the rear
BIG TRUST CASES IN SUPREME SUPREMECOURT SUPREMECOURT SUPREMECOURT
COURT COURTBeginning COURTBeginning COURTBeginnimg
Beginning Monday the th Department Departmentof
of Justice will iII undertake actively be before 00fore before ¬
fore the Supreme Court of the United UnitedStates UnitedStaWiJ UnitedStates
States the final disposition of the ap appeals appc appeals ¬
peals pc 1B in two of the most important importanttrust hnportanttruet importanttrust
trust cases which have ye ever or been tried triedin triedin triedin
in this or any other country They Theyare rheyArc
are the Standard Oil case and the To Tobacco TobAeco Tobacco ¬
bacco trust trn t case The fh appeal in the theStandardOil tllOStandrdOiJ timeStandardOil
StandardOil case will iII be filed formal formally fonnMJIr formalIt ¬
ly About the same me time arguments in inthe intile inUn
the Tobacco trust case will bo submit submitted lIubmitted submnitte ¬
ted te It is impossible impo aible to predict when whenthese wluUltoe wizenthese
these toe a cases will iII be decided but in any anyevent lJ lJevent anyevent
event tho decisions are probably bvit bvitseveral bntIIcoml bmtseveral
several months distant di lnt at most mostIt Ine mostIt > t tIt
It is not too much to say SI that on onthese ont onthese
these t bCf < decisions timer probably rctls rctlstbe rcttstbe rettathe
tbe qurstion of what the course of ofhi off
f hi hiM fvrmnirnt illI11 ernnhrjat 1PUt toiavd trust tru t and
combinations will be for some years to tocome tocoma tocome
come It looks now as if the course coursewhich coursewhicl coursewhich
which Congress will take this session sessionwith sessionwith sessionwith
with reference to corporation legisla legislation legis1ntionwiU legislation ¬
tion tionwiU will in the end rest largely on onwhat onwllKt onwhat
what the Supreme Court decides in onr onror on onor I Ior
or both of these eases In the t sass eR of oftho flftho ofthe
tho Tobacco trust antI of the Standard StandardOil
Oil monopoly the lower courts have havegiven hawiVCi1tJH hatgiven
given iVCi1tJH the Sherman law Ja a oomprchcit oomprchcitstve
stve 8iv Civma application The Government ai aitomoys aftornoJs altorueys
tomoys believe the Supreme Court will willdo w willdo il1 il1do
do substantially likewise likewiseThe likewisene likewiseTime
The cry has has long ion been I n going up from fromcertain fmncertain frrncertain
certain quarters that th t the Sherman law lawshould Jawshould lawshould
should be e made lees inclusive And in incertain in ineortRin incertain
certain pf of its phases es there is no doubt doubtthis dlultthis dou > t tthis
this is true But where to draw tho tholine t thmolute l lHue <
line is a most difficult problem problemthe 1 1the lthe
the Supreme Court finds th tM < 5 teeth in inthe ilJthe iuthe
the Sitermnn law whieh are generally gcncraJJbclicccl
believed to be there it is going to lx lxextrcrncr lwextremely i iextremely
extremely difficult to induce Congress Congressto
to draw those teeth and extremely
hard to get the country to sanction sanctionany i iany iAny
any legislative operation that makrs makrsthe mmtkrsthe
the law less drastic It is quite likely I
that the only OI1J way Wit around the SKM SKMman Sh Sherman I IlUan
man law will be found through some something something i ithing
thing on the order orotrof of natioial incor incorporation ineorporatioti ¬ I Iporatioll
poration or Federal licensing The ThePresident TimePresident
President is now considering a national nationalincorporation nRtionalincorpomtion nationalincorporation II IIPrclidtnt
incorporation law Ift and is about to torecommend toTeconruend
recommend com lcnd it to Congress But even evenas ef11as evmimas
I
as to this it may be expected Con Congress Congress Commgreen ¬
gress wl move with itJI Uie greatest grc tcet can caution CRlltion cantion ¬
tion A national
incorporation mess measure mcASure messnrc ¬
ure might become the refuge refu Q for undo l undeirab1o fle j i
sirablo combinations if jt t t were not notdrawn notdrawn notdrawn
drawn with the greatest can and kept keptfree keptfree I
free from those tho e jokers that have bo bCcorue become I Icome
come an altogether
too common ac accompaniment xceompanimeJlt accomnpaniment ¬
companiment of latterday legislation legislationNewspapers legislationNeWllpaperB legislationNewapape
Newspapers announce that Secretary
Ballinger IB I getting his Iiz data together to ether
for the purpose 8e of the forthcoming frtbcomln in invoatlgatkm InvoetJsaUon Invostlgaten
voatlgatkm of aim and Plnchot Also Alsoannounce AWoannounce Alsoannounce
announce that a
college conference
on oneducation oneducation
education in forestry Is i being held at
Mr Pinchots borne Apparently Pln Plnchot Plnchot Pineliot ¬
chot doesnt think Ink he has ha any preparing
to do
Gen James B Weaver once Populist Populistcandidate PopulltCAIKlIdate Populistcazd1dato
candidate for President who get a mil ¬
lion votes has quit politic to t be a dl divine dl1ne dlvine ¬
vine healer However lie is starting 8tarttn his hismovement h hmovcmont hismovement
movement with a call for a national nationalconvention naUonalconvention nationalconvention
convention which suggests sugge ts that maybe m ybe
Its a new scheme to find a platform on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which all Democrat l can stand together togetherIt to ether etherIt
It seems that there Is reason to believe
that a recent death in Paris wag caused causedby causedby
by injuries received in a duel there thereIt
It would bo entirely unbelievable that thatany thatan thatany
any an such serious results could ensue ensuefrom onsuefrom ensuefrom
from a Paris duel but for tho fact that thatan thatan thatan
an Englishman was mixed up In it itA ItA
A trust Is reported rGfrt d formed to control controlthe controlthe controlthe
the nitrate product of the world with withOOOOOo
380000006 capital Now if tb UtA trust will willtake willtako wIlttake
take steps to prevent the manufacture manufactureof
of gunpowder It t will have done quite a apiece apIece
piece ot work In behalf of the th caue of ofuniversal orunlcnMil ofuniversal
universal peace peaceLittle peaceHappy peaceI
I Happy New Year YearLittle YcarI
I Little old tttt ia wasnt a half bad year yearat yarat yearat
at that but wovo w vo got Cilt to da > e glad hes hesgone heson hesgone
gone on In order to be rejoiced ed over the thearrival thearrlat thearrival
arrival ef 1S10
Cant sec the use in this itrlal trial di divorce divorce dlvoromi ¬
vorce business while the custom of ofwife otwJte ofwife
wife going away for the summer con continues continuos contlnuaa ¬
tinues tinuesArmy tinuosI
I Army and Navy NavyService
I Service OrdersARMY Orders
ARMY ARMYFirst AIDIYFlrllt ARMYFirst
First Uoutonaat HARRY B WIT WILLIAMS wnLIAliS WITIiAMS ¬
LIAMS Medical Reserve Corps Corpsfrom Cor Corfrom Corpsfront
from Rushvllle N T to Fort Sher Sherfattui SherIdan SlierIdan
Idan Illinois IllinoisCaptain llllno illinoisCaptain l lCaptain
I
Captain WRIGHT SMITH 5th Field FieldArtillery YieldArlmy FIeldArtiily
Artillery from duty at the recruit recniltdepot recntltdepot recruitdepot
depot Fort F t Slocum New N w York and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from furtSter fur duty on recruiting serv service servIce svIce ¬
ice and will proceed to join oin his hi bat battery btte battery ¬
tery teryLieutenant te teLleutonant teryLieutenant
Lieutenant Colonel STEPHEN STmPH N M MFOOTE MFOOTE I IFOOTE
FOOTE Coast Artillery Corp Cm IJ is isrelieved i irelieved isrelieved
relieved from duty at Jort ort Casey Case Casea8hlngton
Washington and will proceed pru ud to Fort FortStevens FortSteveu FortStevens
Stevens Oregon and assume com command commalHI cornmandl ¬
mand of that post and of the artil artillery artllJery artlilery ¬
lery district of Colombia ColombiaCaptain CohunbtaCaptain Cottamnb4aCaptain
Captain FREDERICK T ARNOLD ARNOLDquartermaster ARNOLDQuartermuter ARNOLDquartermaster
quartermaster from Fort Robinson RobinsonNebraska RoblneonNebnutka RobinsonNebraska
Nebraska to New London Conn Connrelieving Connrelieving Connrelieving
relieving Captain CHARLES T TBAKER TBAKEIt FBAKER
BAKER quartermaster who ho will wiltproceed willproceed willproceed
proceed to Fort H G Wright New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York YorkBrigadier YorkBrigadlor YorkBrigadier
Brigadier General WINFIELD S EDG
ERLY United States Army Arm having h vlnJ
been found py iy y an army my retiring
yboard bo boarml rd incapacitated for active fler flervica flervko service
vice on account of disability met ¬
dent thereto and such Undine ftn lng having
been approved by the President the theretirement theretirement theretirement
retirement of Brigadier General
KDGKRLiT from actlvo wvJo service is isannounced Isadnounced Isaminounced
announced announcedThe adnouncedThe aminouncedThe
The following transfer tran tenJ at t tho request requestof t tot
of the officers concerned are a re ordered orderedCaptain orderedCaptain I
Captain JOHN E STEPHBN4S from
the Fifth Field Artillery to tho Sec Second Second Seeond ¬
ond Field Artillery ArtilleryCaptain ArtilleryCaptain ArtilleryCni
Captain ROBERT S WELSH from the
S Second ° I > ndA Field Artlllory to tha lh Fifth
Field Fl Jd Artillery
NAVY NAVYCaptain NAVYCaptaJn NAVYCaptain
Captain E T WRIGHT to wnmand
Newark and commandant Naval
Station Guantanamo Cuba CubaLieutenant CubRUeutenant CubaLieutenant
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The Times will he pleased pl a8rd to an announce anrotmce anLounco ¬
nounce meetings and entertainments ntertalnml nts In Inthis Inthis Inth1
this th1 column Write or phone announce announcements annOuncemfnts announcements ¬
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Society SocietyWill Will Pay Homage to Miss Adelaide Heath HeathAt HeathAt HeathAt
At Large Reception in Home of Mrs C H Campbell
i itnss
MISS JULIETTE FREMONT I
Mrs William Hay HaywoodEn HaywoodEntertains HaywoodEntertains wood En Entertains ¬
tertains at Large Dance DanceMrs
Mrs Mr William Havwood entertained at
a beautiful dance for youngpeople oung people last lastevening Jutevening lastevening
evening in her home on I street in hon honor honor henor ¬
or of her young daughter Miss Doris DorisHay DorisHywood DorisIlaywood
Hay Hywood HywoodThe IlaywoodThe wood woodThe
The ban room was handso haD basidsonely 80uely > nely deco decorated cJecorated decorated ¬
rated with 1Ut palms and Christmas Chrl tanaa greens greensstudded sreeneatudded greensstudded
studded with rirfpoi rMpolettIa settia ttJa bioattoms bioattomsAt bIoeNmaAtmk1njJht
At Atmk1njJht niHmjght a supper was served and andthe andthe andthe
the dance ended with 1th an oldfashioned oldfashionedVirginia oldtlonedVlrslnl oldfashionedVirginia
Virginia Reel ReelAmong ReelAmonG ReelAmong
Among the dancers were Miss lIU Mary MaryAttwater lIarrAUv8ter MaryAttwater
Attwater of Philadelphia Pa tb tbhouse t thoUlio the thehouse
house guest of Miss Hay Haywood wood Miso MisoJulia MiatlJulia MiscJulia
Julia Whiting Miss 1J8 Mary Mar Howry Miss MissMeta MbJMeta MissMeta
Meta Evans Miss nll6 Elizabeth Collins CollinsMiss Collins1Ilee
Miss 11 Catherine Weeks Mum 111 Dorothy DorothyDeeWe DoeothyDeEbte DorothyDeehie
DeeWe Miss II Mary Irwin Alias Gertrude GertrudeGordon GertrudoGordon GertrudeGordon
Gordon Miss 111 Frances Brooks Miss MissElisabeth 1U 1UEllabelh MissEilsabetli
Elisabeth Rogers Miss Lemly Ui UiMisses tile tileOfe timeMisses
Misses Congor Miss Hantbo Ml Miss Mary JmEaryCaperton MaryCaperton MAryCaperton
Caperton MIss MI Estelle Crane Miss Mor Morjorie 1Idrjorle MtrjotSe
jorie Edson Miss 1118 Pauline Kindlebcrxer KindlebcrxerMiss r rflu
Miss Julia Vail Miss Emily mlIy Be BeattyMimse Beatty BeattyMitw tl
Mitw 111 Baync Miss Dorothy Brooks Miss MissCharlotte MissCharlotte MissCharlotte
Charlotte Pettus Xisr Alk AlKm Drexel DrexelBarnos DrexelBarnes DrexelBarnes
Barnes Newberry Phelps Newberry NewberryWilliam NewberoWllliam NewberryWIlliam
William Deeble Joseph Bailey Spencer SpencerGordon SpencorGordon SpencerGotdon
Gordon Carl Klndlebergar John Cal Calvert Calvert Calvert
vert Henry Hc > nry Serxent M > Wotberspoon WotberspoonMnnlng Wotherspoon1t1lionnlng WotkierspoonManning
Manning Stead Douglas Thropp rh flP Thom Thomas TlomlIB ThomMa ¬
as Thropp John Hemphill Jack J ck Mlley MlleyDcuxless 1Ule 1UleDcu31 MSieDouglass
Douglass Dcu31 Peachy Douglas DOIgl Hillyer HillyerWilliam HillyerWI1IIanl HillyorWilliam
William William Snyder Kinr Kin ting Stoce toce Alexander AlexanderCraig AlexandMCraig AlexanderCraig
Craig Milton Harriao GOchnst Hatch HatchDonald HatchDonald HatchDonald
Donald Craig Cral Edward H t lllnftisr Unt r Wilson WilsonHaywood Wilsonlaywood I8O I8OHa
Haywood Ha OOd
Large Ball BallAt BallAt BallAt
At Gaff Home HomeOne HomeOne
One of the most loriJ1JfLlIt lnifla t entertain entertainments MtertlnmentB estertalsaimients ¬
ments of the season n way the Sail I given giveniaat givenlast
last at evening by Mr and Mrs Thomas
T Gad in their handsome residence r in inTwentyfirst InTwentyltrst
Twentyfirst street The T o guests w which whichnumbered whichnumbered
numbered about 400 included members membersof
of the diplomatic oftJci of11clttl and resident residentcircles rNidentclrclf residentcIrcIes
circles circlesMrs clrclfMr cIrcIesMrs
Mrs Gaff received her guerUi tB in a ahandsome ahandsome
handsome emerald green sain n gown gownembroidered gownembroidered wn wnembroidered
embroidered IA gold and Jewels JewelsJ JewelsMrs jevtlaMrs
I 4Mrs J ¬
Mrs Thomas H Anderson wCe of ofJustice orJUlKlce ofJustice
Justice Anderson Ander on tmtc tmteCatned alned at i iluncheon a aluncheon aluncheon
luncheon for young people today in inhonor Inhonor Inhonor
honor of her daughter Mrs Prede JIredeick JIredeickPltny FredeickPliny Ick IckPliny
Pliny IJlley vho rho o leaves for her hme hmeIn
in Connecticut tomorrow after spend spending spendInK pendIn
InK In the holidays with her parents parentsCovers perentsCovers paremitsCovers
Covers were laid for twelve Mr and andMrs andIr andMrs
Mrs Ir Lllley Lllle have been much entertained entertainedsince e entertainedsince tertalnMsince
since their return from rom China and Ja Japan Japan Japan ¬
pan where here they spent their honeymoon honeymoonAmong honeymoonAmong lioiteymoOnAmong
Among their interesting experiences in inTokyo InToko InTokyo
Tokyo was attending the J Emperors mperors gar garden prden garden ¬
den party partyMr partyMr partyMr
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Mr Depew DepewWill DepewWill DepewWill
Will Receive Tomorrow TomorrowMrs
Mrs llr Depew De ew wife of Senator Senttt r Defraw Defrawwill Depe Depewill DepewwIll
will receive tomorrow afternoon from fro >
3 to 7 oclock assisted by b Miss Pauldtng Pauldtngand
and Miss Squire SquireMrs SQuireMrs SquireMrs
Mrs Depew will be at home next nextThursday nextThuntday nextThmarsday
Thursday and the remaining Thursdays Thursdaysin Thur da dain
in January JanuaryMIllS
y 1 1Miss 1 1Miss
Miss Bessie Robinson Miss Estell EstellDonn EatellDonn EstellaDenim
Donn Miss Virginia tipeer peer r Alias Helen HelenBane HelenBane HelenBane
Bane and Miss MI Josephine Tornlln wUl willreceive wUlreceive wUlreceive
receive tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 7 Toclock 7oclock 7oclock
oclock at 1011 B street northeast
Th llto T District Womans IVom ns Christian Ch lstiar Tem Temperance Temperance Ternpermmnce ¬
perance Union will hold a reception to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow afternoon Cterl oon from rom 1 to 8 oclock oclockat
at 622 Sixth street Receiving will be1Irs beMrs be beMrs
Mrs Clinton Smith Mrs Clayton Cla ton E EKmig EEmlg EISmig
Kmig Mrs Charles W V Shelton Mrs MrsWilbur MrVUbu MrsWilbur
Wilbur VUbu F l Crafts rafts Mrs M na Lucius Ran Randolph Randolph Randolph ¬
dolph Mrs Irs G T Shinnick Mrs Pier Florence FIoronce Pieronce ¬
once Mott Bradford Mrs W J Caw Cawthon Cawthon Cawtlion
thon Miss Jennie Smith Mias MIS Is Belle BelleKearney BelleKearney BelleICoarney
Kearney of Mississippi ml alppl and Mrs Theo Theodora Theodorn Theedora ¬
dora T Moore MooreJustice lIooreJustice MooreJustice
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Justice Lurton LurtonTo LurtonTo LurtonTo
To 3e Guest of Honor HonorThe Honorrhe HonorThe
The Chief Justice as is his custom up upon upon upon ¬
on tho appointment of a new member memberto
to the court will entertain at dinner for forJustice torJusUce forJustice
Justice Lurton on Monday January JanmuyI JanmuyThe JanuaryThe 5 5The
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The Count and nd Counters de Chambrun Chantbrunhave Chambrunhltf Chambrunhave
have sent out cards for fo a i inner party partyon parton
on Tuesday Tue day January JL uary 4 in compliment complimentto
to Mrs Irs Nicholas Longworth the mother motherof I Ior
or the countess Mrs h1l Longworth will willarrive willHrrlv8 willarrive
arrive in Washington rfonday to spend spendthe apenelthe spenmithe
the month of January with her sonin soninlaw IIOnInlaw sonInlaw
law and daughter daughterMr daufthtea
Ie Ie1rr
Mr JlOO and Mrs Lane Anderson have ar arrived arrived arrlve4i ¬
rived In Washington from their Boston Bostonhome Boetonhome Bostonhome
home and have opened their th lr Washing Washington Washington Vaahlngton ¬
ton residence re ldence for the winter season This Thisevening Thlsevening ThisevenIng
evening Mr Ir and Mrs Anderson will willentertain willentertain willentertain
entertain at a large l ball > all having hAvm among amongtheir amongtheir amongtheir
their guests ueata Miss MI Helen Taft and Rob Robert Robert Robert ¬
ert Taft TaftWhite TartWhite TaftWhite
White House Callers CallersSdtiators CallersSetllltora CallersSenators
Sdtiators Burrows of Michigan MichiganI pllchlcanLorrlrnfr MichiSPimLorrimnem
I orrfiner of Illinois IllinoisLodge IJltnoisIodge Illinoisrodge
Lodge of Massachusetts MassachusettsRanraa l1 MassachusettsRepresentatives s8AchuseUnprMontaUVotl
Ranraa Representatives mtattvos Gillettof Massachusetts MassachusettsWatklns MassachusettsWatkins llIAIIIIichueettaVat
Watkins Vat kin of Jxnilslana JxnilslanaMondell J4asIiInnaMondell oullliRna oullliRnaTondell
Mondell > of f Wyoming WyomingMann Wyoming11ftnn WyomingMann
Mann of Illinois IllinoisMcCreary Illin IllincCr0r7 illinoisMcCroary
McCreary of Pennsyl Pennsylvania PeIl Iennsylvsnla I Ivania ¬
vania vaniaDr vaniaDr vsnlaDr
Dr Maurice Francis Egan mlnis minister < r to toDenmark toDenmark toDenmark
Denmark DenmarkU
U S Marshal Bullock of South Da Dakota DaCOL1 DaIcota ¬
kota kotaH Icotat COL1I
H G 3 Knnwlcs minister to Santo IKV t lie lierim
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lJ > p pPYI
4 epyl PYI g 1 iIlrT = ill illMRS I IMRS
MRS J C FREMONT FREMONTMrs FREMONTMrs FREMONTMrs
Mrs Fremont and nd Daugh Daughters ¬
ters to Leave Capital Capitalfor C pital pitalfor
for Boston
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1 Mrs J C Fromont and the Mteees MteeesFremont MIsMsFremORt MissesFremnont
Fremont wife and daughters of Cap Captain Captain Captam ¬
tain tam Fremont U S N left Washing Washington Vuhlngt ¬
ton t n yesterday for Boston oston to Join Cap Capttn Capt Capt4n
ttn t n Fremont who has been transferred transferredfrom traD8lcrredCrom tranberredfrom
from duty on the U S a S Mississippi Ii lppl to tobe t tbe tbe
be commandant of the Boston Navy NavyYard XavyYanl NavyYard
Yard YardTheir YanlTheir YardTheir
Their departure from Washington is isa laa Isa
a matter of keen regret r to a wide cir circle circle cirdo ¬
cle do of friends frlendaJt t the Capital where the theentire theentire theentire
entire family in exceedingly exc nbly popular popularThey popularThey popularThey
They have only onl recently returned to toWashington toWaahlngton toWashington
Washington from a prolonged absence absenceabroad absenceabroad absenceabroad
abroad while Captain aptaJn Fremont was wasmilitary 1 1military wasmilitary
military attache of the American em ¬
bassy at Berlin and azn later in Parts PartsS PartsGen Par1aGen ParisGen
Gen am < Mrs lr Green Green S Clay Goodloe Goodloewere Goodloewere Goodloewere
were hosts ho ta at a box party at the Bel Belaseo BelSeO Eelasco
aseo Theater last evening oven Ins in honor of ofMiss ofI ofMiss
Miss I Katherine Brown The additional additionalguests additionalJ additionalguests
guests J lesta were Atlas s Margaret Whinham Whinhamof hlnhamof
of Philadelphia a debutante of the sea season se selIOn season ¬
son Miss loll Emily Emll mIly Johnson of Frederick FrederickMd
Md Paul Hoes and Cadet Pendleton Pendletoni
i of West Point The guests were enter enteri entertalnccl entertaSued
i tained at a supper after the play pia piai In Inthe t tthe
the home of General and Mrs Irs Goodloo Goodlooon
i on Sixteenth street streetDinner streetI streetDinner
Dinner Party PartyAt PartyAt PartyAt
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At Ballinger Home Homei HomeTho HomeThe
i The Secretary elilr1 of the Interior and Mrs MrsBallinger MrsBallinger lrg lrgBalUnser
Ballinger entertained a party p rty at dinner dinnerlast dinnerl8t dinnerlast
last evening eveningMr evenlncMr
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Mr and Mrs lrs John M Gulp were hosts hostsat ho hostsat ts tsat
at a dinner party last evening evon In honor honorof Jionorof onor onorof
of Dr and Mrs Charles Wood The Thead Theaddltionl ad additional adilitlonal ¬
ditional guests were the Minister lUJll ter to toDenmark toDenmark toDenmark
Denmark and Mrs Egan Mr and Mrs MrsLockwood MrsLockwood Irs IrsLockwood
Lockwood Mr Ir and Mrs rrs Murphy Gen GenJohn GonJohn GusJohn
John M It Wilson and Miss Adaline Gulp Gulpwho Culpwho Cuipwho
who will be among the debutantes of ofn 0 0n ofnext
next n > xt season HJIUtOnXl seasonMr
y
j jMr
Mr and Mrs 18 Jack Jade Story entertained entertainedat
at dinner last evening eventnf having havln In their theirparty theirpart theirparty
party part the Counselor or 0 the German Em Embassy Emb8sy Bumhassy ¬
bassy and Countess Wedel WedelRear 1Vede1Rear IVodem IVodeRear
m
Rear Admiral and Mrs Emory were werefronts wereROOts werehosts
fronts at dinner last evening entertain ontertalninjc ontelttnInx entertainln
injc ln in compliment to Miss 101 Constance ConstanceOvcy ColHItaIIceOvey ConstanceOvey
Ovey of England who 00 IE i the house houseguest houseguest houseguest
guest of Mr and Mrs Esmond Ovey Oveyj OveyMrs Oeyn
4 4Mrs j
Mrs n Harrie Craig Ct1 J Anelay will be at athome athome athose
home tomorrow from S to 6 oclock and andthe andthe andthe
the remaining Saturdays in January JanuaryI JanuaryMrs Januarra JanuaryMrs
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Mrs ra Edward A Millar and Mrs David DavidJ
J Rumbough will receive Tuesdays In InJanuary InJanuar InJanuary
January at the residence re ldence of Mrs Millar MillarBIS
BIS Twentieth street streetMrs streetMrs
streeta 4 4Mrs a
Mrs Byrnes ByrnesTo
To Entertain at Dinner Dance DanceMrs DanceMrs DanceMrs
Mrs Eugene Byrnes will entertain at ata ata ata
a tea followed by b a dinner and dance dancetomorrow dancetomo dancetomcow
tomorrow tomo ow In honor of Miss ss Helen Wy Wyctlffe W WcUrre Wycliffe
ctlffe Cooper a debutante of the season seasonM seasonMies sensonMUu seasonMiss
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Miss Bertha Nails Miss 11 Lillian Nails Nailsami NaUe8ncl Nails5nm
ami Mies 1 Grace Nails a1ls or JOG Sixth street streetsoutheast streetSCHItheaet streetsoutheast
southeast will 111 receive tomorrow from
738 to It 1 1 p m mMrs mUrs inMrs
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Mrs Davis who wh witi wlt her small smalldaughter smandaughter smalldaughter
daughter Irene spent the Christmas Christmasholidays Chri Christmasholidays tmu tmuholkJays
holidays with her mother Mrs 1111 A L LBarber I IBarber LBarber
Barber has returned to her home In InBridgeport inrldgeport inBridgeport
Bridgeport Conn Mrs Davis will willAccomPAnied be beaccompanied beaccompanied
accompanied by her h r sister Mrs Vance VanceSLU Vancetar
SLU far as New York where they will willspeiMl winSpeL willspe4
speiMl SpeL a few days
Marcia Burns Chapter D A R has hasHraued hIlSued hitsissued
issued ued invitations for a reception on onTuesday 00luda onTuesday
Tuesday January 4 in honor of Mrs MrsMatthew MrsMatthew 1111 1111llaltbew
Matthew T Scott president general D DA DA DA
A R at the home of the vice regentIrs regent regentMrs regentMrs
Mrs Irs Julian C Dowell DowellMrs DovellMrs
4 4Mrs
Mrs Ellis Logan 126 125S Irving street streethas streethas streothas
has as a her guest during January her hercousin hercousin hercousin
cousin Miss lU Carrie Rowland Smith of ofElmlra ofElmira ofElmira
Elmira N Y
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MISS JESSIE FREMONT
Mrs Sherman Hostess HostessAt HostessAt HosessAt
At Reception Recep ion Tomorrow TomorrowMrs
Mrs IIL Sherman wife of the Vice Presi President President President ¬
dent who returned to Washington this thismorning thismorning thisniorulag
morning from their home In Utica Utfcawhere Uticawhere Uticawhere
where she spent the Christmas holidays hotfdayawill boUcIayawill holidayswilt
will receive tomorrow afternoon at their tbeirresidence theirre theirresidence
residence re on Sixteenth th street as a is the thecustom theCU thecustom
custom CU om of the wife of the Vice Pre President Preeldent ¬ i
dent and Cabinet officers on New Year YearDay YearDay
Day DayMrs
Mrs Knox wife of the Secretary of ofState ofState ofState
State who was to nave Dave entertained o the theDiplomatic theDiplomatic theDiplomatic
Diplomatic Corps at breukfast tomorrow tomorrowat
at t 1 oclock followed by a reception receptionhas
has bs recalled her invitations on account accountof
of the sudden death of her brother brotherFrank brotberFrank brotherFrank
Frank B Smith of PttUburg PttUburgMrs PlttaburJJtlrs PlttaburgMrs
Mrs MacVeagh wife of the Secretary Secretaryof
of the Terasury lera ury will m be at home tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row afternoon at her hacdaome resi residence 111I8Idence aeidence ¬
dence 2fOO Sixteenth street antf an < win winhave winhave I
have assisting her Mrs Wirt Dexter of ofBoston ofBo8tonIra ofBoston
Boston Bo8tonIra Mrs Charles D Norton of ofoeton orJoeton ofJoeton
Joeton < oeton and Miss Elizabeth Hopkins of ofBaltimore ofBaJUmorf ofBaltimore
Baltimore her house hou e guests Mrs C D DHlllls DHJJJb BHulls
Hlllls Mrs Normar Williams Mrs frs Mer Merritt Mermitt er erritt
ritt Miss ScJdmore S re Miss MI Georgianna GeorgiannaHopkins Geo GeorgiannaHopkins na naHopkins
Hopkins of Boston Bo tb and Miss Buggies RugglesOfficers R ROfficers BuggiesOfficers
Officers Daughters DaughtersTo Dat DaihtersTo hters htersTo
To Help Mrs Dickinson Receive ReceiveReceiving ReceiveRecelvlnK ReceiveReceiving
Receiving with Mrs Dlekmson Dlekthoa wife wifeof wifeof wifeof
of the Secretary of War will be the thedaughters thedaaghtera thedaughters
daughters of th tM stair officers ol including inelodingMiss J elIy includingMiss
Miss Iy Marion IZlonOIJ Oliver r IMcs tM Maitlaad Mar Marshall MIL MILlIMJI Marshall ¬
shall Miss Ruth Bliss BU Miss S SJ SaHC lUc Gar Garllngton Ga Carington
llngton Mi Mis r Murray MISS AlesfalreV AlesfalreVMtes Aie Aic5bftMiss bl blMits 1
Miss Garrax Garra Miss M Dorothy Williams WilliamsMiss WIIUIuhsMI3s WilliamsMiss
Miss Langntt She will aim Rl o have with withher withher withher
her Mrs 1n John W tV Foster Mrs Black Blackburn Bbtekburn Blackburn ¬
burn wife of Eenatir r Blackburn Mrs MrsW XrsV
W V H Green of Settle St ttl ttIe Mrs Gordon GordonPaine GonionPaJh4I GordonPaine
Paine of Baltimore and several others othersLJeut otbersLteut othersLleut
LJeut U S Grant 3d and Lieutenant LieutenartHammond LieutenantHammond LieutenantHammond
Hammond of Fort Myer will make the theintroduction theIntrodueUoftll theintroductions
introduction introductionAssisting IntrodueUoftllA88latlnc introductionsAssisting
Assisting Mrs Wickersham wife of ofthe o othe ofthe
the Attorney Atto General will be Mrs Bow Bowers BowflS Bowera ¬
ers wife 1fe of the Solicitor General Miss MissMartha 11 11Martha MizsMartha
Martha Bowers no Mrs Wade Ellis Ell Miss MissHarlan MnaHarlan aa aaHArla1I
Harlan Mrs Franklin K K Lane and andMrs VdMrs nd ndMrs
Mrs James Hatrlaa HatrlaaWill HarllLBWill HarlaaWill
Will Help HelpMrs HelpMrs j jMrs
Mrs Meyer Receive ReceiveMrs Receive1lrs ReceiveMrs
Mrs Meyer wife of the Secretary S of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Navy will be assisted to receive receivetomorrow receivetomorrow receivetomorrow
tomorrow afternoon by Mrs S H C CLeutze CLeutze CLeutze
Leutze wife of Rear Admiral Leutse Xieutxeof Leutseor
of the Washington Navy Yard Mrs MrsRichard IrsRichard MrsRichard
Richard Wainwright wife tre of Rear Ad Admiral Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Wainwright Mrs W p Potter Potterwife Potterwire Potterwife
wife of Rear Admiral Potter Mrs R RF RF RF
F Nicholson NtchoJ on wife of Rear Admiral AdmiralNicholson AdmiralNlchol8on AdmiralNicholson
Nicholson Mrs N E Mason alOD wife of ofRear ofRear ofRear
Rear Admiral Mason Mrs P M Rlxey Rlxeywife Rixeywife
wife 1fe of the surgeon general of the theNavy theXa theNavy
Navy Xa Mrs Mr I R C Hollyday wife of the thechief thechle thechief
chief ef the Bureau of Yards and Docks DocksMrs DocksXrs DocksMrs
Mrs 11 I Cone wife of the engineer engineerinchleXof endaeerIncbleJ engineerIncb1e1of
inchleXof IncbleJ or the Navy Mrs Ward wife wifeof wifeor wifeof
of Capt A Ward Mrs Templin TemplinPotts M MPotts MPotts
Potts wife tre of Captain Potts and Mrs MrsPhilip MrsPbUip MrsPhilip
Philip Andrews wife of Commander CommanderAndrews CommanderAndrews CommanderAndrews
Andrews AndrewsLieut AndrewsUeut AndrewsLleut
Lieut E T Constein LJetL LIe B B A ALong AIon ALong
Long Ion and Lieut Richard W Wnwrigbt WnwrigbtwUl nwright nwrghtwill nwrightwill
will assist aa at the reception and an announce aDounce anflounce ¬
ounce the names of th tM tMMrs guests guestsr guestsMrs
4 4Mrs + r
Mrs Howard HowardTo HowardTo HowardTo
To Receive Rec ive Tomorrow TomorrowMrs
Mrs Beale R Howard of Sixteenth Sixteenthstreet SttteenUlstreet Sixteenthstreet
street fill 111 receive tomorrow afternoon afternoonTbe afternoonThe attrnooThe
The charge daffaires of Turkey A ARustem A ARustem
Rustem Bey has Issued l8 u cards for fordanee a adance adance
dance on February 4 when hen Baroness BaronessMayor BaronessMayor BarenessMayor
Mayor de Planches wife of the ItalianambaS8lldor Italianambassador Italian Italianambassador
ambassador will in act as hostess hostessOwing host hostOwlnb batonsOwing
Owing to conflicting con IcUnb engagements the thedate thedate thedate
date for this dance da ce has been changed changedseveral cbaagedseveral changedseverel
several times
II I LThe The Young Lady Across the Way II I
We aske askethe askef askej askejihe
the young younglady younglady younglady
lady across acrossthe acrossthe acrossThe
the vay if ifshe ifsize ifsize
size thought thoughtthe
the reform reformwave reforntlvave reformwave
wave would ivouldb
b e perma permanentj pernzanent perinanent
nentj nent and andshe andsize aridshe
she said she shedidnt shedidnt shedidnt
didnt have havemuch lzavrnuch havemuch
much faith faithin
in the per permanency perrnanency perrnarzency ¬
manency of ofanything ofanything ofanytlzing
anything of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that sort sortsince sartsince sortsince
since the theMarcel theMarcel theMarcel
Marcel went wentout 1ventout wentout
out of style
Daughter D ughter of H Pt p Heath HeathAttractive HethAUractive HeathAttracjye
Attractive and Inter Interesting InterI interesting ¬
esting Debutante DebutanteMrs Debutantefqrs
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Mrs Campbell Attended Attendedt AttendedBuds AttendedBuds
t Buds Mother as Brides Bridesmaid BridesI Bridesmaid ¬
I maid at Her H r Wedding WeddingMrs Weddi g
Mrs I Charles H Campbell will b bo hos host ho hotCf18 hostess
t tCf18 s at a a large reception this of afternoon atternoonat ternoon ternoonat
at 5 oclock at her residence re td nce on onstreet nntreet f >
street in honor of Miss Adelaide Ad Ialdo Heath HeatnE HeathflE J Jone
one nE of the most attractive and inter interHting InterfHttn interisting
Hting of the seasons debutante debutanteMiss debuta1tM debutamtesMis
Miss M Heath te the daughter daulh er of Hart Hartwell Hartwell
well P Heath of New Nt York and sine sinethe Slncthe sineth
the th death If her mother has made her herhome herhnme herhome
home with her grandmother Mrs r J K KDarnes KGarDea KBarnes
Barnes widow of Surgeon Su eon General G neral J K KBarnes Kames KBarnes
Barnes U S S A at the old family real residence r realdance i idfnce ¬
dance on H street streetMrs streetMra streetMrs
Mrs Barnes is somewhat wh1t of an inva invalid Invalid lavalid ¬
lid and the 8 debutante is being bf > lnc cbaper cbaperoned ehaperoneiI laaperonfd
oned thrSbgh her first whiter in so soilty sodty soiity
ilty by a number of the former friends friendsof
of her mother who as Mfcw lU Anna Annaitarnes AnnaHames AnnaFiarnes
itarnes was quite a belle In Washing Washington ¬
ton society a generation ago She mad madher mad9hOr madeher
her formal debut December mber 15 1i at a alarge alare alarge
large reception reee at tho home ho of bur god sodmother godmother godmother
mother Miss Clementine Smith SmithMrs SmIthMI8 SmithMrs
Mrs Campbell the hostess of this at afternoon attemoon atternooa ¬
ternoon was the only bridesmaid bride maJd at the themarriage tbemarrsre themarriage
marriage of M Miss iN s Barnes and Mr Heath Heatha
a number of years ago Shortly before beforeher beforeher beforeher
her own marriage the debutantes debutantesmother dutantesmother dehutantesmother
mother was amon among the attendants at atthe atthe atthe
the marriage of Miss Nellie Grant GrantDaughter Grantauter Grantdaughter
Daughter auter of the restdent > President and Mrs MrsGrant MrsGrant r8 r8Grant
Grant to Algernon fertoric U rtorl5 of England EnglandMiss EnslandMiS1J EnglandMiss
Miss Taft TaftWill TaftWDl TaftWill
Will Help Receive Ro ReceiveAmong eive L
Among those receiving reeetrln with Mrs ilrsCampbell MrsCampbell MrsCampbell
Campbell and Miss Heath this after afternoon alternoon afternoon ¬
noon will be Mrs x Mark Brooke for formerly formerly foranerly ¬
merly the popular Mb Marie arlo Barnes Barnesa
a COHTB eou n of the th debutante d outante Mrs William WilliamGonkFj WilliamGor1oJ WillIamGotlOj
GonkFj Crawford b Mfes iiba Helen sie Taft and andher andher andher
her noose guests ts Miss 0 Bselker R and andMiss andM andMiss
Miss M Parsons Countess Counte LttteeAlexan LttteeAlexandra
dra Bernstorff daughter of the German Germanambassador Germanambassador n nu
ambassador Miss u Evelyn Chew Miss MissJoanna MissJoanna MissJoanna
Joanna Schroeder Miss Mary Chew ChewMhrs ChC ChCMIt ChcvMk
Mhrs MIt Alice Shepard rd Miss Pauline Ma Magruder YaM Magrude
gruder Miss M 18 Christine Chrl tlae Owen Miss MissSoutherland MissSoutherland 4 4Southerland
Southerland and Miss lU Mary Souther Southerland SoutherJand Southerland
land landAlso JandAIs landAlsa
Also AIs receiving with them will be a agroup afOUp agroup
group of the seasons debutantes with withwhom withwhom withwhom
whom Miss Heath has been aseoclated aseoclatedfrom aseoclatedfrom associatedfrom
from childhood including Miss Eudora EudoraCtover EudoraClover EudoraClover
Clover Miss Laura Merriam Miss
Gladys Hinckley Miss Sophy Johnston JohnstonMiss JohnstonMiss
Miss M I Alice WhiMS Miss Mary McCau
Joy sties Margaret Draper Miss Kath Katherlne Katherine Kathcaine
erlne Brown and Miss MI Leonora Finley
Mrs Elkme wife of Senator Blklns Blklnsand Elkinsand Efidnaand
and Jfrs MT8 Robert Hinckley BinckJe will preside presideat
at the tea table in the diningroom diningroomTr diningroomMiss
Tr TrMiss + t
Miss Draper DraperIs
Is Guest of Honor HonorRepresentative HonorRepre HonorRepresentstlv
Repre Representative entative mad Mrs Weeks en entertined entertailMd entertained >
tertined a party p5rt C young people at atdinner atdinner atdinner
dinner last evening eve in JnlloDor honor eK e Miss MissMargitrat MJs8eer MissMargaret
Margaret Pkastoa E Dt > raa apex r Gevanj < J were Trereutia wereIaiiI re reJaid
utia for eisataas i iLieut
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Lieut CoL and Mrs Mn Harry F Hodges Hodgesentertained Hodb Hodgesentertained g gentertained
entertained a party informaliy at din dinner dinIter dinncr ¬
ncr last evening In honor of Genera Generaland Generahisi
and Mrs Marshall Among the addi addiirow
tiohl guests were Major nd Mrs Mor Morrow Morrow
row sad Mr and Mrs Selwin TalL TalLs TalLRepresentative Talteto
eto etoRelJleentative 4 4Representative s
Representative and Mrs Boutell en entertained entertained ¬
tertained at dinner last evening a party partyof j jof
of eighteen young people for their theirdaughter theirdaughter
daughter Miss Alice Bout Boutell ell and their theirson their110II theirson
son 110II Hugh H BoutelL The entire party
spent last summer l at the same resort
In Maine Kai MineKemuzebunkport Kenaebunkport KelUle unkport A number numberof
of addtUooaJ a guests were invited to the th thedance
dance which followed in the ball b U room roomof
of tbe Highlands A buffet sapper was wasserved
served servedMr
Y 5 5Mr < t
Mr and Airs Ten Ter Srck yck k Wendell ac accompanied accompar anconipanled ¬
companied compar d by v their son Ten Eyck Wen ¬
dell jr are spending g a short time In
New York YorkMr YorkMr YorkMr
Mr and Mrs Pitts DutJieJd Doffield of New
York who JIg have been the guests of the theparents theiMLrents theparents
parents of the tb latter Justice and Mrs MrsMcKeana IrsMeKeoJltl MrsMcKenna
McKenna will go today to visit 1s4t Justice Justiceand Justiceamid
and Mrs Brawn for a few days daysMrs daysMre
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Mrs Oliver OliverHostess OliverHostess OliverHostess
Hostess at Tea TeaMrs TeaXrs TeaMrs
Mrs Robert Stew Oliver OU wltl wlllb bo host hostess hoste hostens
ess at an Informal Iftl rJRl tea t at S oclock this thisafternoon thiarternooa thisafternoon
afternoon m boner of her daughter daughterMrs daushterWIS daughterMrs
Mrs Stevens Stev of New York who is her herguest hrrg1HI herguest
guest during the holidays holidaysj holidaysMrs hoUdyaMr holidaysMrs
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Mrs Charles Darwin Pcnncbraker Trt Trtentertain mentertain w1entertain
entertain at a large tea for young oun pea people pooDle peaDie ¬
ple Die this afternoon from 6 to 7 oclock oclockin oclockin cclockIn
in In honor of o Miss Evelyn Carpenter an and andXIN anIMiss < l lMiss
Miss Stella CarusL CarusLTha CarullLThe CaruiiThe
The house will be adorned with withBoms withCbriatmas withChristmas
Christmas greens and potlletta blos blos1I01D8 blossanta
santa a cluster of the latter forming formlRSthe formlnthe formingthe
the table decorations decorationsAssisting decorationsAsst decorationsAssisting
Assisting Asst Mrs peunebraker to recehretp recaIve recaIveher
hv h r guests Iue ts and dispense the hospitalities hospitalitiesof lpJtaUdor
of the afternoon will be Miss Helen HelenNickolson HelenNlckol HelemNlckolson
Nickolson on Miss Ds8 Margaret M Basterday BsledayXI86 EastrdayMiss BasterdayMies
Miss LuchKia Ptnnebaker P > and Miss MissAnne MiSSAnne MissAnne
Anne Elttdlt Pennebaker PennebakerMrs PennebakerXr PennebakerMrs
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Mrs BalUnger wife of the Secretary Secretaryof Se SeOf
of thE Interior will have with her at atthe atthe atthe
the Sboreham alft Mrs Piles wife of Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Piles Mrs Hugh Wallace Mrs MrsWilson YrsW1180n MrsWilson
Wilson wife of tormer Senator Wilson WilsonMrs WilsonMrs Vnsonrs
Mrs Huntley wif of Representative RepresentativeHunt RepreeentaUvoHuntlEY RepresentaUvoHunticy
Hunt HuntlEY ley of Washington Mrs Piercf Piercfwife P1e P1ewife Pierisswife > >
wife of Assistant Secretary of Interior InteriorMrs InterlorMra Interiortra
Mrs tra Jesse Wilson Vll on wife wlf of the Secont SecontAssistant SeconltAbrtant SeconiAnsbtant
Assistant Secretary retary of the Interior Mrs MrsLawler MMIwifr MrsJswler
Lawler wife 1te of the Assistant Attorney AttorneyGeneral attornEYGeDem AttorncGeneral
General of th the Interior Department DepartmentMrs lHrtmellt lHrtmelltMIS
Mrs M I Bwyhill Mrs Edward EdwardKeys EdarK EdwardKeys
Keys K ys and Mrs Francis E I Ieupp IeuppltIt LeuppWith upp uppWith
With ltIt Mrs Nagel 1 wife of the Secre Secretary Secrilazy n ntar ¬
lazy tar of Commerce and Labor will be beMrx hfM in inMrs
Mrs M Henry G Sharpe Mrs Edward KdwardCarpenter EdwardCarpeater EdwardCarpenter
Carpenter Mrs A 1 G McCllntotV Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharl42J MmnCharles
Charles Henry Butter Mrs Gordon GordonGumming HordonCummiDc GordonCumining
Gumming Mrs T T Ga Gaff T Mrs Irs Cor Corooran Corooran Coreasan
ooran Them Tb n Mrs Charles MulMken MulUkenMiss MulMkenMiss IuJllk n nMiss
Miss Jane RlRgs R Miss Shirley Putnam PutxutznMiss PutnamMli 1
Miss Mli Sophy Johnston and Mies Milde Mildegarde Hildesarde iide iidegarde
garde Nagel NagelMiss NAftCIMi8c NageLMiss
Miss Parker ParkerHoatese PaIkerHMtCM ParkerHostess
Hostess at Informal Tea TeaMiss Tea1aa TeaMiss
Miss Maude aode N Parker was hostess hostessat
at a small Informal tea yesterday 1oeet after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon from 4 to T oclock at her r rest residence re restdence ¬
dence ce 179 i7 Ontario place placeMiss placeMiss placeMiss
Miss Margaret Parker Miss Hint Hintand H Htntand nt ntand
and Miss K Husks presided in the dining7 dining7room dlnlnlfroom dining diningroom
room and receiving with Mies M1 Parker Parkerwere Parkerd18 Parkerwets
were d18 MUM Vivian Taavey Mtes Mle Uu Ruth RuthMoore RuthMoore RuthMoore
Moore Miss Annie Aan Tuotay Miss Helen HelenCooper HElenCooper HelenCooper
Cooper Miss Emily LitUepage LJt tpae Miss MissSwanson MIMSwaaaon MissSwanson
Swanson Miss Harris and Miss M Terese TereseDrexel TcresDrexel TereseDrexel
Drexel Drexelt
I T TMtss
4 4Miss
Miss t Edna Ed Saunders will bo at horn horntomorrow homptomorrow hometomorrow
tomorrow from 4 to 10 oclock at 14W 14WI H HFalrmoat l4i l4iFairmout
I Fairmont street t assisted aB by b Miss MissFrances MisFnwaeea MissFrances
Frances Saunders Sau de8 MIss Mildred I Prow ProwItt ProwJtt Prowitt
Itt Mtes Us Ethel SaitoW and Miss Ruth RuthBowie RuthBowie RuthBowic
Bowie BowieMr BowieMr BowicMr
Mr and Mrs Albert An rt Kafka 1 afka and d their theirf theirIfi
Cp f fI KMfkT Ifi v ill i1 b bP at homo homohI > tome
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