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The New Xe Year opening opeJ ag today is isfruitful isfruitful i ifruitfI
fruitful of all manner ger of phiiosophv phiiosophvBut phil phi1oyBut y yBut
But Mwcver IeweveriL however it way iaybe l De e viewed and from fromwhatever fromwhatever fromchtcvcr
whatever standpoint poiat it it must be ad admitted admitted alinitted ¬
mitted tnat when w eB the easiness lMIsi ess outlook outlookis
is is considered there is littte about 9out that thatoutlook tHAtuHook thatoutlook
outlook to t t dishearten and nlclt ch to togive togi togive
give gi e encouragement eJtCOUra lJttlIt On the whole wlo4eI j jthe
the 1 he business b b esa prospects for the yearj ye year year91O r
1910 91O are remarkably bright brig t The oid oidyear oklTear okiyear
year Tear which w ick closed d05 at mMlnis midnight t was one oneof ODef oieof
of f almost unprecedented business and andindustrial D4lindlliltrial aadjndutria1
industrial progress but there are many manyreasons MELBYr8SOD5 Raflyreasons
reasons why way a review of the year vear 1910 1910when 1110wb 11Owhen
wb when n made ma twelve months hence hcDCe cnce will willshow will2how Willchow
show a period peri of advancement a nce e t even evenwore eve evemore eveaora
wore ora satisfactory than 180 180When 11 1 1bea OO OOWhen
When bea the year 180 1101 opened ope ed the thecountry Utecountry thecountry
country had DOt no vet et recovered from the tlleeffects theeffects j jeffects
effects of the panic of 1807 It was W1Sbf wast j jbelieved
t believed bf lieYed quite fJ1I te generally ge cn ly that t t there Uterewould therewould j jwould
would be speedy recovery and recuper recuperation rec1lperatwn recaperation ¬
ation but at t the same time there t were weremany weremanV weremany
many manV obstacles jn the way waY The tar tariff tariff tarif ¬
iff had d to be revised a new ew administra administration a41mi athnitiistraliOu istIll istIllt ¬
tion t iOB had ita to take hold of things t tkiis iHSs hun hundreds Intodreds nlft nlftdreds ¬
dreds of thousands t Jtds of idle men had to tolw to1M to1w
lw 1M > > get to work the t e wheels w eels of many an anidle aMidTr 0 0idle
idle factory had to be started going goingThousands goIDgThou5aBds goog googThousods
Thousands of freight freig t cars were lying lyinguseless lyiagU5eieg Iyiaguseies
useless on sidetracks and many a busi business busieS5 btisires ¬
ness eS5 house fto SC realized it was approaching approachingthe PrTO c ing ingthe
the end of o its efforts e unless there thereshould t thereshould re
should E I01 be a speedy tarn of the tide tideThat tideThat tIdeThat
That turn came and it is doubtful if ifthere ifthere iithere
there has been in the history of o the thecountry t theC0Uflt e eountry
country C0Uflt another period of such gen general geRfral geoeral ¬
eral and rapid recovery as marked the theyear t theyear e eear
year year ear 1906 Crops Cros generally ge eraUy have 1t ve veood been beenood beeaoo
ood oo with wit the t e exception of cotton eottMIrailwy eotterailway
railway earnings eami have been large Mr e bank bankrleariags MJlktJesriBgS luiki4eariigs
rleariags have ve been heavy the idle i iieihousans 1e 1ethousaJMis
thousands have been largely 1r eJy given givenwork giveawork VCR VCRwork
work the t e idle cars have e been R put in inoperation iJioperation iooperatko
operation the t e iron and steel business businesswhich Dus bosiieswhich AeSS
which is an excellent index i it ex to general generalconditions gemeraleonditiona eDerai eDeraironditions
conditions lias ha experienced e DCed almost aJlll 5t un unprecedented 1IJIpreeedeuted itopreeedonted ¬
precedented activity and in practical practically practiealy ¬
ly 1 y all lines there t ere has ba been a return ret n to tothe tothe tothe
the jaost mo t prosperous conditions co dit ODs In InSome I11EOme Insome
Some particulars the vohrae of busi business welleS heee5s ¬
ness e5s has exceeded that of the t year of of1OT
1907 which w cl1 before the t e time of the thepanic Utepnic theptilc
panic set a pace that t t broke all ree records reeords reeorda ¬
ords up to that t at date dateThe dateThe dateThe
The year 1910 begins with wit distinct distinctadvantages di distinctadvantages iKt iKtadvantages
advantages over the early months ooths of ofigo
1809 igo Confidence prevails At home homeRed lIomeand homeoid
Red abroad in domestic and foreign foreignmatters fO foeigaxnatter
matters the omens so far as this coun country eotIlttry coantry ¬
try is concerned are favorable Every Everywhere EveryWh Everywhere ¬
where Wh there t tere is a disposition di dtIn H Oft to to reach reachout reaekout reachout
out and forge for ahead The Treasury Treasuryrondition Treasuryontiit TreasnryflditOf1
rondition ontiit flditOf1 Oft with largely increasing increa5 ft re receipts receipts yeceipts ¬
ceipts grows constantly ro sttlatlv better hettelo hetteloOR OH OHthe ORthe Onthe
the whole tne t the prospects that the year yearwill yearwi11 yearwill
will be the greatest lTeat st ont on this t 5 country countryhas COtIJItryhas conntryhas
has ever seen JI front the standpoint of ofbusiness fooiRess ofbusiness
business and industry iiJnstrv could not well wellbe wellbe ell ellbe
be more brilliant If TIlt SIft rises 5 to tothe tot tothe
the t h height Itt of those t expectations xr < tt Olls for it itwhich itwnida itw1rh
which are warranted l by jr present Me Jlt eoN conditions eoNdiriOftS eondirions ¬
ditions it will net only 9f y be a happy happybin M happyb411 PY PYbtlt
bin a stteees soeeertfwl fid year Mr for the Anion American AIRMica ¬
can ca n people And this is i the promise promisegiven pnMR pconiionpvett se seyMt
given pvett yMt even ea without consideration eoIt5 derat Oit of ofihoe of1I44
ihoe 1 to multitudinous fields of accent aceowpl accentplihnent OIfiSde <
pl plihnent ° hmeitt aside Sde from those t of business businessin hasinesin
in which hiela there will inevitabl inevitaWy be great greatprugre3 reat reatINCREASE eat eatprf
prf prugre3 prugre3iNCREASE r 5 5I
In the t e estimates submitted sv1M itted to Con Congress C9Kgtrss Congres ¬
gress for the fiscal seal year 1911 the retir retiring retiring retirtag ¬
ing Commissioners recommended that thatthe tMtt1 thatthe
the salaries Jaries of the Commissioners be beincreased 1teilTta beThre0ed
increased ilTta from frog i800 3960 UO to 7500 506 The TheKfommettdfttioit Theieoinniendntiot flteTOJIIMtetMIatioR
Kfommettdfttioit was wa ignored icnoceq MOred by the theHouse theiue
House 11 ue Appropriations Appropriat io Committee CommitteeuBMuicoioner CotcIl Coniheeoioioner UefO UefOOIttIMi
< uBMuicoioner OIttIMi West with itll eommend eommendapc eoMlR84IpIc cossniendLIC
apc pIc spirit dom n not t rest content C with withrhf withh
1 rhf h action Ad Ott of the House Committee CommitteeJI
JI < has Ita 5 prepared preps red a special peeM I bill which whichuthorizes v whichthocize kick kickHt
uthorizes Ht thocize the increase It will jll go o to toiirrrese 10ftllTf6 tomzrf
ftllTf6 mzrf iirrrese immediately after ter the boll hoiiNo Widay bollitys
day itys itysNo
No o one knows better r t than the retir retiring retirin retiring ¬
ing in Commissioners c M 3 now inadequate il1 iiwdenwate te is istlte isihe
tlte 1 he compensation p ro 1i7 7r paid the execu executive exettire ¬
tire 1 i H heads 1te 4b of the l JJistrict tstrict government governmentIn gtwcnu eaL eaLh
In I tb their r official capacities ea eitiea the Cbnt Cbntinisstoaers Co CoJuissio Comssioael
Juissio inisstoaers ers s are called upon frequently frequentlyto freft e tJy
to 1 i contribute financially Jteially to innumer innumerable IuMtRterahle inannierable ¬
able futtde A private citizen escapes escapesfK 08Cpe5foftc eacaposrne
fK foftc > me c f these energewc 6 eeiie Nlleetels ters but buta beta
a Commissioner Cototninsio er of the District is al alvays alys uiays
vays ays ys t e be fmnil mJ Ve it said to totheir totheir
their 1 heir credit tfcey are not sought setht Rt in inTain iRaill intam
Tain tam aill
We e venture the assertion that any anyman ayII unylean
man II boi holding the office of District Corn Cornliving CoMmi Conimissioner
mi missioner who M make auy 1 y pretense of ofliring ofliving
living m ia a manner nner which the dignity dignityot
ot f f the th position demards will lose losea Josepr loseihis
a Anr pr This i5 i is n nrr > TS S if shouM shu TI Tie TieTie 11t lietThe <
t tThe Tie Dxsirkt ui u t LIumuia L llI1l1Jla is 5 aide a thu lr ajd a
should be permitted to pay its execu executive executive executire ¬
tive officers salaries in keeping witk withthe witktJte witkthe
the positions POSitio s they occupy It is not notjust notjltSt notjnst
just to ask a man to devote his 6 entire entiretime e entiretime tire tiretime
time to the t e interests of oi the tIM District Districtand DistrictaDd Districtand
and at the same time expect him D1 to touse touse tonoc
use his own purse to make up a deficit deficitwhich defieitwBich deficitwhich
which is as certain as death and taxes taxesThe taesTIte taxesThe
The President Pr6S le t is desirous of appoint appointing appoiRti appointlag ¬
lag i g as successors te Cbmnusaioiters CbmnusaioitersMaefarland CcMRmi58io ConimissionersMacfarMad ers ersMllefarJaJMl
Maefarland and West m lawyer Ia wyer and aDdbusi a abusiness a abutsiaces
business busi ess man Jlt au A man nia who w O cannot CltD ot earn earnmore eaIRmore earamore
more than t n 5000 5000 annually is not des destined dc6tiDed destimed ¬
tined to shine s iJte in the business U5 fteSoS world worldand worklaM worldand
and a lawyer 1 WJer who cannot show S more morethan morethan IC ICt
than t aK that amount alll on the right side sideof sideof sdeof
of the t e ledger Jed cr at t the end of the year las laseither raseit laseither
either eit er been bee exceedingly uufortunate 1III te or oris Mis oris
is incompetent incompetentAs iDOOl petcBt petcBtAs
As the matter stands sia s today the t e men menwho JlleRwlto moowho
who will succeed the t e present Commis Commissioners CoJ Commiasicners m i isioners ¬
sioners will make personal sacrifices sacrificesThis sacrilcesTIti socrifresThis
This TIti is not as it should be It is more raorethan moretha moccthan
than tha probable that th t the inadequate sal salary 881ary salary ¬
ary is largely responsible r iWe for the Pres Presidents PresideRtg Prosidents ¬
idents difficulty difficultL in filling AI the va vacancies vacancies ¬
cancies Let us pay our Commission Commissioners COIRlBi ioft iofters ¬
ers a fair salary They will do well if ifthey itthey I
they t ey make both ends meet on 7f 7iOJ 7iOJMemborurof 0u 100MemDerrof > 0uMembers
MemDerrof Members of Congress have had experi experience eqtpriI eqtpriIeJtCe experionce ¬
once with a 50 5000 salary salary as s well as asthe IlSiRe asthe
the larger arger amount and Congress Co gress should shouldpass ouldpSS shoekipass
pass the bill drawn by by Mr West WestUNCLE WestUNCLE WostUNCLE
In view of the fact eminent critics criticsstand critie5suJMl criticsstaad
stand around telling how the Govern Government GoverRmellt Goverameat ¬
meat is incapable iaupa We of doing this t is and anddoing aaddoiJlS anddoing
doing that and how it always falls fallsdown fallsdowR fallsdowa
down where w ere a private concern would wouldhave wouldI woeldhave
I have succeeded it is only fair to state statethat statei statethat
i that once in awhile 8 w ile there is evidence evidencethat eV evidencethat
1 that Uncle Sail does some tilings tJ not notmerely 1IOti notmerely
i merely well but extremely well wellFor welli wellFor
i For instance the experts in the theTreasury theTrenesry
I Treasury Department DepArt at have just indu AIhki 1oted indued ¬
i ed the eoant of the cash securities securitiesand securitiesand
I and other valuables ltiables for which w iCh the new newTreasurer DeWI newTreasitrer
Treasurer of the Untied U ted Stales is re responsible respoaible responible ¬
I sponsible It is > s found that net a penny pennyis
is short and not a x cent too much is on onhand OKRd onband
hand handIt bandIt Rd RdIt
It has been ee a number of o years since sincethere sincet1tere sincethere
there was a a count to check up the theTreasury UteTreasun theTreasury
Treasury Treasury and find out whether etller anyone anyonehad a11Vflte a11Vfltea41 onyonehad
had been bee getting into the national till tillunbeknown till1II1beJaWR tillunbeknown
unbeknown to the officials The count countshows coentshows
shows 5 there has 5 been no tampering tamperingwith taperiagwith tamperingwith
with the t e Government strong box The Theamount Theamount
I IaDlOtlBt
amount for which w1tic Lee MeCfaag as the thenew thenew
new Treasurer T casiler will give his receipt is isSl25f001JT6 i5L2 s sSL2 I
Sl25f001JT6 SL2 L2 100Ii OO17i637 63723 31 23 Even the two twothirds twot twothirds
thirds t irds of a cent is on hand handWhen aDdVhcn handThen
When it is considered now Iow w wi withe dc d are arethe 1 Te TeiRe
the ramifications ramiftat 0B6 of the Treasury Intel business usR5g Intelness ¬
ness and how great the sum for which whicltit whichit whichit
it is s responsible resjl resosiblc RsiWe this U s is n a siowiag StoW of ofwhich oiwllie ofwhich
which wllie the t e Treasury Tre EN1 < officiate o Jcids and em employes eapMyes employcs ¬
ployes have 8 ve the right ht to feel proud proudIt proudJ proudIt
It J t should not be forgotten that men menand Me MeaM mooand
and women who W D in many mawr ease e easer = are aregetting arettjng aregetting
getting ttjng most meager er salaries are en engaged CRgaged euigaged ¬
gaged in the handling 1IdIj of millions iUioRs Here Hereis Hereis Hereis
is a testimonial testiAt < Iial that t at they t ey are both bothhonest boUtMtest bothhonest
honest < and efficient efficientAnother efficientAnother eltt elttADot
Another ADot er feature of the count of the theGovernment t theGovernment e eG
Government G ventlReRt funds is that t in this t is in instance iast instance ¬
stance st ee > it was made de m ia recordbreaking recordbreakingtiiae record hreaking hreakingtime
A story of preparedness prep uiKaualed uiKaualedis 1IWiIuaW 1IWiIuaWistitat nwqualedis
is istitat that told concerning the German Germanarmy GencJ1an Gerniaaarmy
army an y by br a pamphlet entitled Our OurGerman OurGerJlNUt OurGerman
German Cousins C 5 B5 and published by the theLondon tileJo theLondon
London Daily Mail The purpose of ofthe oft1te ofthe
the pamphlet is to stir up the t e English Englishpeople E Englishpe 1isb 1isbpeotMe
people pe e and Dd arouse in them a sense of oftfce oft ofthe
the danger under which wltic they rest be because beca because ¬
cause ca se of the readiness of Germany Ger taIlY for foreventualities foeeventUlJities foreveatwalitics
eventualities and the extent to which whichorganization w whichongausizatioo ieJa ieJaorpJ1iZll
organization orpJ1iZll tioR has 5 been carried carriedIt carriedIt carriedIt
It may y be that t at the t e Daily Mail in inan iRaR inao
an eKort to open the i e eyes of the Eng English E Elisk Euglisk ¬
lisk people to what it conceives OOftCeiveste to be betheir het1teir betheir
their peril has p painted Rted the t e picture in instronger i5trottger instronger
stronger terms than is warranted At Atthe Att Atthe
the t le same C time there is little Jitt doubt d4M1 it itis itis i iis
is in the main correct Under er the Ger GerJ1 Gernina j jman
man J1 law l v every male has 5 to serve Ae AetiveI actively e ers
tiveI tively ia tile army two years rs the time timebeing tJIICbcillg timebeing
being reduced red to one year in certain certaineases certaineases rtaiR rtaiRelt53
eases Then comes five years of serv servjice serviR service
jice ice in the reserves with a period of ofi ofaJl ofannitni
i annual aJl 1I1 training twelve years in the thebmdwchr UtehUNWehr thehuidwehr
bmdwchr and the rest of the time up upi upto upto
i to fortylive 1ori iive years ears of age a in the land landsturm JandsblrJR landsturm
sturm or third t ird reserve line for the army armyIt arBIYIt armyIt
It is calculated that Germany could couldcall oouklca11 couldrail
call 3 3OOOoqo 3OOOO < KtiOQO trained t t men instantly to tothe totJte tothe
the colors The force in active service serviceamounts serviceaBtOURt serviceamounts
amounts to 19000 men meR in itself a atremendous atre atremendous
tremendous tre cJMio1ls army armyThree an armyThree y yThree
Three million men in arms might m t or ormight orJJI ormight
might JJI Bt not be invincible but it has to tobe toO1Je tobe
be remembered that the organization organizationof 1tizat Olt Oltof
of these millions of soWiers is worked workedout workedout workedot
out to the rtMmttet detail If war warbroke warbroke warbroke
broke out every ee man 1113 could kl be instant instantly iJtStatIy instantly ¬
ly equipped eq1li every troop supplied every everycaisson everycai everycaisson
caisson cai filled lkd every hospital corps fully fullyprovided ivlJyprovideti fullyprovided
provided If the t c Kaiser proclaimed ed war warat warIlt warat
at noon tomorrow the mobiiizatioB JRO of offorces offorces
forces would begin iR without the slight slightest Slightest t tcst ¬
est delay and is twentyfour t hours hoursready 1MHIrsready boorsready
ready to march would be regiments regimentsand rC regimentsand MeRts MeRtsIlM
and brigades and division and army armycarps armyc armycorps
carps and even armies armiesWhat IlnltiesWlt armiesWhat
What is mo niost t remarkable is that thatthe t attJie thatthe
the pia plane s arc so detailed thai every everyman evcryia everyman
man in the t e active or reserve re e force has hasorders sonIers hasorders
orders what to de o in ease of war with withany withany t1t t1tay
any country with which idI Germany Gen is isHkely isJikeJy islikely
likely to t collide And each eac mayor mayorsiatioft mayor mayorstation
station master chief cl of police and andtrain aMtrai andtrain
train trai dispatcher has under lock sealed sealedenvelopes se sealedenvelopes W WCRVel
envelopes pes designated tM by letter If Ifwar Hwar Ifwar
war came the message nmchcd from fromone frOlROM fromone
one end of Germany Gen aay to the other would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be Open a Envelope A or whatever whateverth w whateverthe ver ver1M
th the 1M letter might be There would be beno beo beno
no confusion eo f1l51ea and battalions wwld be begathering begatlteriag begathering
gathering with a swiftpess swif aluoat in incredible iRcredib1ta incredible ¬
credible The system is Gerawaysiii GerawaysiiihnritdTV GerDYI1lys in inhritm inliritiw
hnritdTV from frf > m that great rest jnas master + pr of ofsirciie ofnral ofriv
sirciie nral riv Von on iloltke and that it Will ill
> c
work in i practice was as demonstrated in inthe inthe inthe
the war with France wherein Ger Germany Gcr1IIa7 Germany ¬
many overwhelmed her opponent be before before belore ¬
fore the French were prepared to fight fightArjericaas fig fightAericans t tArJerica1s
Arjericaas find it hard to believe that thatmilitary tBatmilitary thatnilitary
military preparedness can be carried to tosuch tosue tosuch
such sue an eminence of perfection but butdoubtless butdoultties5 butdOIII4IeSO
doubtless to England whe the fear fearof fearf fearof
of f a German invasion is ever ewer present presentthere preseJttthere presentthere
there is no such difficulty difficultyDR difficultyDR difticultyDR
Little by little the popular excite excitement cxcieJ excitemeat ¬
meat J over the arrival arr al and work of ofDr ofDr ofDr
Dr Jofweeco J co the socalled apostle of ofpainless ofpil ofpaiss
painless e55 surgery is subsiding The Thepublic TRepuWie Thepublic
public was quick to absorb the fact factthat facttt factthat
that Dr Jonnosco was simply one of ofseveral ofseveral ofseveral
several brllirant surgeons on both sides sidesof sidesof 1 1of
of the ocean who have been making makingti
ti = e of variations of the idea id a introduced introducedsome introdu introdusome introducedsome I
some years ago by a New York practi practitioner pI1ictIt practitioner ¬
tioner t Oller There is no suggestion of any anybetittlemcnt a anybelittlement Y YbeIittleBICJlt
belittlement of the eminent visitors visitorsskill riaitorsil visitorsskill
skill il and 114I courage only it is pointed pointedut pointedtIt
tIt > ut that he is not nota a pioneer and that thatuot t thatrunt t tnot
not in every case is the practice of ofspicnl ofspiq1 ofspiaI
spicnl anesthetization allethe ization desirable or ef effective eifeetive cifeetive ¬
feetive fectiveThe feetiveTIle feetiveThe
The ease ea < e is interestingly intercstjn ly presented presentedin pres ted tediN
in the latest J t number > of the New York YorkMedical YorkMe4ieaJ YorkMedical
Medical Journal The doctors who whodiscuss wJtodiset165 whodiscuss
discuss the question are plainly not notconvinced BOtMllV notconvinced
convinced MllV lleed of the general adaptability adaptabilityof j jof
of the t e Jonncsco Jo DeSCO method as compared comparedwit comparedwith j jwith
with wit the method that has been in incommon illeoJRJItOR incommon
common use since the memorable dis discovery disfOcTY dincory ¬
cory demonstrated originally ly at the theMi t tMa theMaS4iehiisetts
Mi MaS4iehiisetts < s teinsetts etts General Hospital in inBoston Rtoft inBoston
Boston toft Dr Jonnosco JonDo o has been taken takenup takeRup takooup
up by the Mayos M yos the Western estern wizards wizardsof wiamsof wizardsof
of of the surgical world and he has been beentreated beeatrf8ted becatreated
treated with respect due to one who whoha v whohas o oM
ha M made some progress in a great greatfifiid grCtDut greatald
fifiid ald but what wk t will ill concern the pub public publie publie ¬
lie most of all is this exhibition e exhibitionthis exhibitionthisrevelation ibitiont this thisrevelation is isreveltioR
revelation we may say sayof of the activity activityalong aethitypeaJlel activityalong
along parallel lines of practitioners pI1ictit ORers in indifferent iMdHfelC indiercnt
dHfelC different t parts of the New WorM They Theymay TReyBIflY They Theymay
may not be so enthusiastic as Dr DrJoaneeeo DrJOIIJIeEOO DrJonneeco
Joaneeeo But they t ey are none the less lessalert Jesslert leesalert
alert in their t eir recognition of novel novelideas HOvelideas novelideas
ideas nor less le skillful in their everyday everydaywork eerytlaywork everydaywork
work workThat workThat
That is the t e most impressive lrcssive part p rt of ofit ofit ofit
it all 81It allthat that at the visit of this t 5 distin distinguished di6tiKs dietingoished ¬
guished s European should have brought broughtforth br broughtforth t tfort
forth fort such a wealth we ltk of evidence to prove provethe JM01etlte provethe
the enterprise and careful judgment judgmentof jQd Dt Dtof
of his is American contemporaries contemporariesMrs
Mrs Charles P Taft la announced to tobe tobe tobe
be the owner of the Philadelphia base ¬
ball dub In the National atioDal I I9fl Leagtie eegwe e The
back from aba Blb boys will de welt to tetake totake totake
take not noto that the Taft family is is8trengil IsreAg n nntrengtbentng
8trengil ntrengtbentng reAg eRlDg e if itself It f in most effective effectivefatdakm efect1lefa eZrectlvemnoo
fatdakm fatdakmXuntber fa hloaXUlllDer mnooNumber
Xuntber of bombthrowing conspiracies conspiraciesare connpjraeare
are reported of late from New York Yorknot YorklOt Yorknot
not inctudteff the ones in which Mayor Mayorelect Mayorelect
elect Gayaor G 1IOr Is expected to participate participatewbe pnrtldpatewhoa < te tewheR
wbe whoa He makes up u his patronage slate slateJohn slateJo ulateJohn
John Jo D Rookefeller jr has secured securedverdict secureda
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fett thai John dldnt particularly per c lariT need needtbe neMthe needthe
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tomorrows street stt Et sales of Th The Sunday SantyEvening SodayEveJliftg SundayEvening
Evening Tfraee are for homeless chit children chUdrell chitdren ¬
dren Help the good tv work rk along alongIt aJongIt a1ongIt
It was inevitable that the beet story storyof MOryO storyof
of THiinshasf e mysterious air0fip alr lltp would woaidcome wonidcoins wouldcome
come from Wlnsted Coon A vivid 1m 1maatkm ImtLatton tntagiltadeit
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do Justice nstIce to his vocabulary John Bar Barrett Barnott Barrstt ¬
rett win now deliver himself of a few fewburning few1HJnIiag fewburning
burning thoughts t oubhts in Esperanto EsperantoA
A year ago o Jack Abernathys gun a play ptaywould y ywovhl j jwould
would have prompted enthusiastic tate tetegrams teiegTa1llS tategramo
grams of approval from the White WhiteHowe WhIteHouse hite hiteHOUEe
Howe HOUEeW1tell House1then i iVben
Vben we are told that the Senate will willpractice willpractice willpracttce
practice rigid economy econom we immediately immediatelyclaim imutedtate immediatelycktha y yeta
claim eta residence in Champ Clarks State StateOf StateOt Statgor
Of course the man primarily prlm rlly poDs responsible poDsIble respoibte ¬
ible for the Rock Island fl 1Irry rry will wMlescape willeseape willescape
escape pwBtebroent pwBtebroentBeituil lUDishmentBegiftDl ainlshmenLBeginnhtg
Beituil Beginnhtg K to waver about aOO t the th ° avte avteaWtftr o vls vlsability Is IsWitty
Witty of keeping those resolutions resolutionsa rOMlusThe rooelvttewThe
The President now knows MW pal painful painfula rul rula
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Musday 3 Baay January anuary 3 1909 at 2 p pWilliam JR JRWilliam niWilliam
William H H Santelmanr Leader LeaderPROGRAM LeaderPROGRUI LeaderP11OGR43f
March rc Old Comrades ComradesTetke ComradesTetkeOverture ComradesTeikeOverture Teike TeikeOverture
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Waltz The Bachelors Bacnek > rs Santeimann SanteimannGrand S SantelmanGrand telmalUl telmalUlGrtUId
Grand scenes scen 8 from Travlata Tra 3ta
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Whats W Z ts on the Program ProgramTonight ProgramTonight ProgarnTonight
Tonight in Washington WashingtonExhibition WashingtonEx WashingtongxibItion
Exhibition Ex ibttioD o oJ flying Iog machines made 1Iy 1IyWaehlnton byWasliInton sy syWashington
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The Times will be plcasei pIca ei to an announce announce anflounce ¬
nounce meetings and entertainments in inthlr inI intb
I thlr th oiumji Write rite or orhoie jhOe phone announce announcements announcemeats nnouncements ¬
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Thousands Extend Seasons Greeting to Head HeadOf HeadOf HeadOf
Of Nation at White House New Year Reception m
Continued from FI First t Page Pagecre Pagecrepe Pagecrepe
cre crepe meteor trimmed with touches of ofr orrose ofrose
r rose e point t lace and silver and 00 crystal crystalpaaocmenterie crystaluenterie crystalpeseemetiterle
paaocmenterie uenterie and carrying a 8 cluster clusterbouquet clusterhouqaet clusterbouquet
bouquet of orchids and lilies of the val valley valley vatby ¬
ley Her hair was wa most becomingly ar arranged arranged r rraagetl
ranged In the modern style surmounted surmountedwith surmountedwtth surmountedwith
with th the fashionable coronet coron braid braid3rs braidXrs braidXrs
Xrs Sherman next to Mrs Taft T ft in In1te inbe
4 He line w WHe we > re a most becoming gown gownof bOWnot gownof
of gray penile velvet with touches of ofi ofwhite ofwhlt
i white whlt lac laCe tad gold okl embroidery on the thebodice thebodiee thebodice
bodice and carried a bouquet of white whitecarnations whitecalDtLtlons whitecarnations
carnations and nd pink sweet peas peasMi peMr pensMr
Mi Mr Ma JaeVash Vash V was handsomely handsomelygowned Jl8ltdMmelyJowDed handsomelygowned
gowned in plile ml yellow brocaded satin satinthe AtlntM satinthe
the top of the bodice and deevos i 08 of ofhand orJtaBci ofhand
hand embroidered chiffon Her flowers flowerswere flowerswere
were lilies of the valley valleyMrs valleyMrs valleyMrs
Mrs Dickinson oa wife ot the Secretary Secretaryof
of War wore a gown of gray broad broadcloth broedeloth broadcloth
cloth embroidered in gray and sold soldwith goldwith oId oIdwith
with a cluster elu ter bouquet of lilies IIIIe of the thei theAJ thevalley
i valley AJ y and white roves rovesMrs roee roeeMnJ romeMrs
Mrs Wfckersham Scker hm was handsomely handsomelygowned 1IaDdeor hlldSODidYgowned ely elygowned
gowned in white chiffon cloth with a ayoke ayoke a ayoke
yoke art sleeves ur f embroidered chiffon chiffonao1 chlKUftal chlKoitani
ao1 handsome diamond cI ornaments OrnnW Tht She sheearired ShOcarired
1 earired lilies of the valley valleyMrs valleyMrs all41Jy all41JyXrs
Mrs Meyer wife of the Secretary of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Navy wore mauve maiore silk pop poplin p0lin pOPIto
lin with trimmtoss of gold lace on the thebodice thelodlce thebodice
bodice bodiceMr lodlceXra bodicetrs
Mr Xra trs BalUnger BaIUn < er wore a draped gown gownof goWnof WR WRof
of white charmetwe satin embcod embrok1 embroldOredIn ed edIn r d din
in rooM and carried white roses rosesMrs ee8In romeMrs
Mrs Xagel wif wife of th the Secretary of ofCommerce orCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce and Labor was in I a modish modishgown mocItgown modiRkgown
gown of white embroidered chiffon cloth dothand clothand clothand
and carried lilies of the valley and andwhite aMwhite andwhite
white roses rosesBarea r rBareR rosesBaron
BareR Plancaes PlancaesHeads PJa PlancheeHeade c e6i e6iHeads
Heads Diplomatic Diplma Carps CarpsThe CerpsThe CerpeThe
The diplomatic dtplomatkeolJMl corps headed by 1 Y the thedean theeaR thedean
dean the Italian 1 Ambassador and andBaroness DeiEaIODeSl andBaroneen
Baroness Mayor d de Planch ptaacbee were the thefirst theftrllt thefirM
first of the th guests to greet eet the 1te Pre Preeldent i ident 1 1dent
dent Each ambassador am ami mtotetcrl mtotetcrlwas mor morecompankd mteharwas
was accompanied by his wife and tn tnmembers tiM tiMJItCIIIben theneinbere
members of their embassy a staff and andtheir adtbetr andtheir
their wives and family The foreign en envoys eavon enVera ¬
von all wore or the full dress uniforms of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their court or their military or naval navalrank Dayalranlc nav navrank
rank rankOne ranlcOfte rankOne
One picturesque group p was the tbeCbine n nChinese at atchinese
Chinese e minister rcmompanfed by 1 y his hiswife hisfe hiswife
wife fe and family aJ cJ l the legation atiott staff staffall staffalt If Ifall
all In gorgcotv gorgeo reO mifive DtIv costume CO UIII of ki kimono kiMOII himono ¬
mono and pantlettes pantlU and queer native nativecaps nativecaPS nativecape
caps topped with a glass M arrangement arrangementsomewhat rraft5 rrangemontsomewhat t tSPIIHnIohat
somewhat resembling r bUnl an electric light lightTbe lightThe lightThe
The new n w Japanese J envoy en oy who ho is an anexceedingly anexceedingly anexceedingly
exceedingly interesting intere tlne person penn with an anelaborate anelaborte anelaborate
elaborate display dl lay of gold medals and andother andother andother
other insignia of his rank across aer hte htecoat bi8coat da daceat
coat front was accDn ac acempted < mtpAlltei MMied by Baron Baroness Baroness ¬
ess 05 Uchida and the thellMlllleta memlefs of his hisembassy h hfI1Ibastly hieembassy
embassy staff and famOtes The fonda feminine temlaInt fondaInc ¬
Inc contingent In the party however howeverunlike hOWTerunlike e euDlike
unlike their Chinese Ch contemporaries contemporarieswere
were fetchingly gevned M > vng Md l ho te teKuropean jte jteEuropean t tEuro
European Euro n fashions fashionsGuests f fG fashionsGuests
Guests G ests Form FenaIB FtKJRI FormIn
IB I State Dining D DiningThe Rvoo RvooThe RHnThe
The line of guest wht i itbe reo reothe < itrt itrtthe
the State dining dmlRfra o < ta u as I tJi the Re ReRoom R RRoom Ri RiRoom
Room passed before bel i e r TeCfVtg c H5 g F Fand a aand M Mand
and after att exteadtas txt it ittegs e < ifr ifrlags g gtugs
lags to the host anc aM r c t aw ttsi ni 9 eered Wii Wiiered r rt
ered t red in numerous D i t TMCbtic sr ap apthe tts ri4 ri4tM z zthe
the Green Room a axi 1 futt HiIItbig Rr i p pIHK pa painatheumeoftb
big inatheumeoftb the time of th ays5 ays5pliments y m c cpliments T i ipihnents
pliments of the pm > < TO 0 WC WCAD e c cAn > t tAn
An Interest Int 1nteromia w c gr 3 btter i 1In i iin te tein
in th the Blue Roam D u u dtd J4 J4Taft 1 1Taft ITaft
Taft and her h r fc crt giot s > T A AEleanor M ME1eaaCk 3 3Eleanor
Eleanor Roelker New ew TF Yk k kher Ii Iiher abet
her cousin MtaB M X tcb th PasO ParnoCotumbus Plt PltCoIum PasOColumbus
Columbus CoIum Ohio iv in tert Ttt TttCharlie 1 tt ttCharlie ItCharlie =
Charlie Tart ir wOre re > ua uathe > e f t fy fytn tJn tJnthe > < <
tn the most of the tfcrK tfcrKMiss tli tliMiss
Miss 111 Taft w W wom r a r l i C Jty1 Jty1oIDk n o oVink o4nk =
Vink oIDk satin tin made i 1 Jenpirf tnvc e r rwith fj fjwith rj rjwtth
with a square Dttt rc r teC ei I ilt iltof rt > aclva aclvaof Chi Chiof
of silver banding bandio rv r e v5i 0 f Ani AnicanWd anIcarried i icarried
carried a a bouquet b0000ettZ i i F usa s ot th tub tub4t5s h 1UU 1UUMtss an anJllLq
Mtss Roetk ROOAkec r WOr A handaofcH hamiso tIt s g 8of gof < I Iof
of gray broadcloU t h ar a areffect Ik Vri Vrieffect t tetC
effect etC and a train vl t > rstl rsIdSE rsIdSEthe J 1o < < Jf I Ith l lth
the th yoke of g t en n krfrtc krfrtcton V1 G 1 d dfon r rfoti
ton Her hat of f ssry rsy y ytrimn H ot wc wctrbnmed w wtiimmd
trbnmed trimn > ed with i iMiss green nod w1IIIe 8 trIckpI ontrkkOs
pI Os OsMiss
Miss M 8S Parsons ParsonsG ParMll5Gewa ParsonsGown
G Gown wa of f White Cloth CtotnMiss C1 ClothMien < 1I 1Ii1M
Miss Parsons Parn ° ite gewn was of white eiffon e chiC chiCfeet iC iCfOIl
f rwl rwlan follan W Wan
fOIl cloth over satin drape l very
an QbeW heW in place with ith bands b of gold goldwith goldwith
with a large la e white hat trimmed with withwhite 1Ithwhite withwhite
white plumes and touches of gold goldMrs goldMrs
Mrs Taft remained In tine until uatllabout uatUt untilabout
about t halfpast IS I when she returned returnedto
to the apartments upstairs upstairsAfter u upotaitsAfter l S SAfter
After the reception eptlOll of the diplomats diptoroatsthe diplomatsthe diplomatsthe
the Judiciary and the Congressional Congressionalcontingent C Congressionalcontingent nal
contingent coatil tnt the officers of the army armyn ann annbY armybeded
beded n ad d by Gen Nelson A Miles and andGen andGen
Gen J Franklin Bell were received receivedThe receivedThe
The officers of tb M navy followed head headed headed ¬ I
ed by eliot Admiral A m1ra1 Leutze and Rear RearAdmiral RearAdmiral RearAdmiral
Admiral Schroeder SchroederGay SchroederGay er
Gay Uniforms UniformsAid UniformsAdd J
Aid To Impressive ImIKeM n Scene SceneThe SceaeThe SceneThe
The gay y uniforms and trappings tl8 S of ofthe orthe ofthe
the diplomatic and the officers of ofour orour ofour
our own army and navy combined with xviththe wttkthe withthe
the brilliant toilettes of the women womenmad wometIde womenjaad
mad de a most effective etfe < tve scene with the thedignified thedigntfiecl thedignilled
dignified setting of th the White Ho II IIAmong Houeo HoueoAnong s v vAmong
Among the handsomely lelY gowned wo women wemen ¬
men present pre ent were WI Baroness Mayor dee deePlanch doePlaadsc
Planch PlaJt4 Plaadsc wife of the Italian ambasea ambaseawith ambamaior
ior r who 110 wore black velvet trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith
with touches of rare old Venetian pointlace point pointlace
lace and bands of black silk embroidery embroiderywith embroiderywith embroiderywith
with a large larg black velvet hat ha trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith trimmedwith
with white phimes phimesBaroness ilumeBaroness 1ume8 1ume8Baroness
Baroness Hengelmulter wife of the theAustrian theAustrian theAustrian
Austrian ambassador wore a handsome handsomeelectric handsomeelectric handsomeelectric
electric blue silk gown embroidered embrok1 red In Insilver inoliver
silver with a large white hat trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwtth trimmedwith
with white plumes plumesBaroness plumesBron plumOsBarontas
Baroness Bron Preuschen wife of the naval navalattache mLTalttache navalattache
attache ttache of the Austrian embassy wore worean worean worean
an old rose colored gown of cbarmeuse cbarmeusetrimmed ebarmneusetrimmed e etrimmed
trimmed with lace and edged with blue bluefox bluefox bluefox
fox fur Her hat was of Ohlt white beaver beaverwith beverwith beaverwith
with trimmings of fur furTbe furThe furThe
The wife of the French ambassador ambassadorMme ambacsadorMme ambassadorolme
Mme Juseerand wore an old rose col colored colored calored ¬
ored broadcloth gown made mad empire empireJ em empirestyle Ire Irestyle
J iij xxn WIth K it itshe ithe f fshe
style and embroidered Sn toW
hat trim trimmed trimmed trimmed ¬
she he wore a large black picture
med with black plumes plumesCountess plumesCounte6 plumesCountese
Countess de Cbarabmn wife of the themilitary themilitary themilitary
military attache of the French embas embassy em emV embassy ¬
sy V wore a handsome gown of black Wacksatin blacktin blacksatin
satin tin draped dra in graceful princess MJ cees lines lineswith Jineswith lineswith
with sable furs and a black 1 plumed plumedhat piUlReftbat plumedhaL
hat hatiMrae battIme haLNme
iMrae tIme liafeuc liafeucWears N liabucWears a 9tKe 9tKeWears
Wears Gray Broadcloth BroadclothMme Rreadc1otkMme BroadclothMme
Mme Nabisco abuco wife of the Braattiaa Braattiaaambassador BrazIIiIuta1Rb BrasihananibesnOdOr
ambassador a1Rb or wore a gown W1t of gray graybroadcloth ra rabroadc1otb graybroadcOth
broadcloth with 1th touches of gold lace laceand ItIceand laceand
and embroidery on the bodice and a agray 8bly agray
gray velvet hat trimmed with plumes plumesMiss pka pkaMis6 phonesMiss
Miss Nabucos gown in wa was of pale blue bluebroadcloth bluebtoadeloth blueiroadcloth
broadcloth with g geld W embroidery and andlace andlace
lace on the dodice a small toque trim trimmed trimmed trimmed ¬
med with a paradise bird and ermines erminsefurs erml erminesfurs e efurs
furs fursIne furstlme fursMine
Mine Cnerawat CnerawatIn C eI1ll89tIn
In Gray Velvet V civet G Ge Geme Gswm GswmMote wr wrMme
Mme me dermont Ct etMOPt < wife of C the second secondsecretary s ssecretary secondsecretary
secretary of tbe Brazilian BrOZU embassy were werevet worea I Ix
x gown or gray velvet with tth a avet
vet hat trimmed trlna ed with plumes and er ermine LJRlae ormine ¬
mine furs fursMrs rutSIrs rulsMrs
Mrs > Bryce wife of the British h am ambassador aJRRB19dor ambaseador ¬
bassador wore a gown of gray velvet velvetwith velvetwltb velvetwith
with yoke of o white hlte lace ace and gray hat hattrimmed hattrimmed II IItrimmed
trimmed with a white paradise bird birdThe birdThe
1 The Hon Mrs James wife of the themilitary theJIIIUtary themilitary
military attache of the British embassy embassywore embassywore embassywore
wore a gown g Jl of golden brown satin satinmade tlnIDIlde satInmade
made in becoming draped effect effect with withcable withi withtle
cable tle funs and a large brown picture picturehat picturexl pictureIss
i hat
hatMiss Miss xl Iss Rachel KaySnuttleworth sister sisterof sisterof sistero1
of Mrs Mr James wore a s gown o wn of o tur turquoise turquoiee turquotee ¬
quoise blue chiffon and a white hat hatBlack atBlack batBlack >
Black Velvet VelvetWorn VelvetWorn VelvetWorn
Worn By Mrs Keimard KeimardMrs KennaIdMrs KennardMis
Mrs K Kn3 XflIrl rnaTfJ rl wjfc Wff if f > r tl tl fc ° srrorir srrorirpecretajy NOy NOyecretary rinm l lecretary
ecretary 2 the Britlh embassy wore ore orea
I Iblack
a gown of blacK velvet with a a large largeblack largeblack
black silk hat trimmed with willow willowplumes willowplumes
plumes plumeJIrs plumesMrs plumesj
j Mrs Ovey wife of the Second Snore Seccete Snoretity
te bvyof tity y of the British k embassy wore pale palegray paleCray palegray
gray satin Un In draped princess s effect effectiwth eJectI
iwth w th a black satin hat bataroaes
j 3aroaess rJaro aroaes e8S Uchida wife wff of o the Jap Tap TaplIee Japzteae
laiiese lIee zteae ambassador wore sage ge green greenchiifon greenchiffon
chiffon doth 3Oth Mrs Matsui wife of f the thecharge Utectarse thecFarge
charge daffaires of the Japanese jpaae Japa e em embassy emlHLqay embsssy ¬
bassy wore pale gray charmeuse char eu e satin satinwlti satinwit satinwiti
wit j I black bat batCountess haL haLCounte hatCountess
Countess s von Bernstorff wife of the theGerman theGerman
German ambassador amb ssador was in a handsome handsomegown ha1MlSOMegowR handsomegown
gown of black velvet with panels of efraised ofraI8ed ofraised
raised velvet figures at U Ute sWesa sides a yoke yokeof yokeor yokeof
of white lace and a black hat h t trimmed trimmedwith irbaed irbaedwith trimmedwith
with a bird of paradise paradiseCountess parad1 paradise paradiseCountess e eCounte88
Countess LutoeAlexander Lul ader von Bern BernstortTs Bernatortr Bernatortrs
stortTs So gown n was wa of peach blow crepe crepede crepede crepede
de chine with a black hat trimmed trimmedwith trlmmedwith trimmedwith
with a white hlte bird 1 of o paradise par and sable sablefurs sablefurs ble blefurs
furs fursCoantess fursC01llltess fursCountess
Countess you Wedel WedelIn WedelIn WedelIn
In Wistaria Satin Crepe CrepeCountess CrepeCouute CrepeCountess
Countess von Wedel wife Ife of f the coon counselor coonelor ¬
selor elor of the German embassy wore a ahandsome 8hJtdtHJte ahandsome
handsome gown JlGW of wistarias satin Ua crepe crepede crepede crepedo
de chine cbln embroidered in selfcolored selfcoloredsilk Hllcoloredsilk selfcoloredsilk
silk with a hat a of the same e color trim trimmed trimmed trimmed ¬
med with ptoana plu A Mme von Llvonius Llvoniuswife jAvonluswife
wife of the military attache of the Ger German GetDMUI German ¬
man embassy TiMe ore an attractive gown gowni gownsf gownof
i ef black satin tin embroidered in white silk silkwKh silk Silkwith
with a large black hat trimmed with withbtack withbIIIek withblack
btack willow plumes plumesMme plumeeX plumesLJne
Mme X LJne Calve wife of the minister from fromCosta fromCosta fromCosta
Costa Rica wore a becoming gown of ofsage ofage ofsage
sage green rr en broadloth bnMM Joth hand embroid embroidered emkoWere4 etobtoidered ¬
ered and a large Mack velvet vet hat hatMto BatXiINJ lintlios
Mto XiINJ lios Marta Calves C1vo gown go was of ofashes ofa8Ite ofashes
ashes of roses corded silk made princes princesstyle pd pctncrmstyle N Nstyle
style With It she wore a white hat hattrimmed hattrilaJDeci battrhanted
trimmed with long white wl te plumes plumesMrs pIuIIteJXn plumesMiu
Mrs Edward H Lofton wife wife of the thefirst theftrst theOret
first secretary of th the legation was wasa wasiR wasin
iR a becoming g gown of American AmericanBeauty AJIterIeaa1Jeuty AnieriCaRB05uty
Beauty rose colored chiffon velvet etyet mad madprincess made JR84Iepr1IIeeg madeprincess
princess style and trimmed oa the bodice bodicewith odIeeith bodicewith
with ith gold net and Irish lace Her bat batwas h hatwas t twas
was of gold doth and plumes t to match matchtbe matcbthe matchthe
the dress and she wore sable ble furs fursMiss fu fulies fursalias
Miss Carbo daughter of tb the minister ministerfrom ministerrrom minlaterfroni
from Ecuador wore a gown of taupe taupecolored taupecolored taupecolorrd
colored satin heavily brald braided d Her hat hatMiss hatwaS hatwA
waS or 1y1t fur with a white plume plallMMia plumeMiss
Miss Mia Ana Cristina Ca Caof CArbOs C gntn was W1UIor wasof
of pearl gray Y crepe h hMae bahd W enisbroldered enisbrolderedShe Wued WuedShe
She wore a a lynx tsar I IIMRM mull and Mole MoleMme
Mae Herrarte HerrarteWore HerrarteW HerrarteWere
W Wore ece Bis Blue Silk SflkMme SilkXme SilkMine
Mme Herrarte wife ef the minister ministerfrom ministerfrom lablter lablterCroaa
from G Gcorded Ouat Guatemala wor wore It hAelnCh blue bluecorded bluecorded
corded silk gown trimmed trim with silver sflverlac nverace silverlace
lac ace Her hat was of black velvet with whhblack withbbck
black willow plumes plumesMme J lutIteLMJIIt plumestme
Mme tme Mejfa wte w e of tbe minister from fromSalvador CromSalvador fromSalvador
Salvador wore an imported tM teci gown of ofFreDCb ofFrench f fFrench
French blue poplin hand embroidered embr ldered in inblue inDlue inblue
blue and gold with a yok yoke oke and sleeves stoevesof 8leevesor sleevesof
of chiffon chl < on and gold times With it she shewore shewore abswore
wore a small 11 tqu t tque ue of black velvet wtth wtthwhite Wttha
a white plume plumeMiss plumeX1M plumeXlm
Miss Amana Xetfas ejlu gown was of lav lavender lavea mvetter ¬
ender crepe repe de chine chine made empire stYleAIICf styleand style styleaad
and embroidered embrold ecI in cvrystate Her hat hatin hatb hatwas
was a b black k bver ver picture bat trimmed trimmedIn
in white plumes and g foW ro4d ld braid braidMice bnJciX braidMiss
Mice X Pauilta Majia s gown was oc ocwhite oXwhite orwhite
white cloth heavily embroidered embrot ered and andtrimmed aDCIt1l andtrbamed
trimmed wHb wit white satin oa the bodice bodiceaad bodicea bodiceand
and a a yolk and sleeves of white tull tullaad wile wileADd tulleand
ADd gold p4JWet a net t She wore a large white whitVev whitev whitebenver
Vev benver v r hat trimmed tr with gold i roses JO88aad rosesand es esaad
aad white whlt tull tullMm tulle tulleX tulleme
Mm X me de e Laxererntx JIts wife of th thmister the theInist theminister
minister mister Inist from Sweden wore a gown gownte gownor gownof
or black k satin with a yek yoke ot 8OkIem 8OkIemred goldembruidered
te bruidered 4dered red n not t a ad I d a a bamming b I black vel velvet velvet velvet ¬
vet bat batSsaeke batSmeke hatSmoke
Smoke Cater CaterWars CeI8rWem ColorWorn
Wars By time Crz CrzMme Crnme CrizMine
Mme Cruz wife of the ChH ChIle ul a mtn mtnhHer mislater Ia IalMer
later wore a gown of SM smOkecolored smOkecoloredchott BMIC ecelMeci ecelMecichl colored coloredchUton
chUton oR doth owr vr r s satin tte with a bseem bseemtag beetMnJac becombig
tag hat of smoke color velvet and aadplume aciplume andplume
plume sand gray ay furs fursMme fursfIDe lutz1me
Mme 1me GwdV G wfe of the minister from fromNorway fromNonnLY frontNorway
Norway wore a gown go of re 1eIHI4a 1eIHI4atth da green greenwith greenwith
with tth a yoke of gold Id tissue ADd < nd em embroidery embroldery ¬
broidery 1 and a a black bat trimmed with withplumes withplumes ith ithXtls
plumesflss plumes plumesMtes
Mtes flss Gudes Gude gown was of yellow s satin 8Rtbembroldeced satinembroidered Uia Uiaembroidered
embroidered in gold Sn SIM s wore a pal palblue pIblue psiblue
blue hat trimmed with gold goldcloth 5OhIX geldbliss
X bliss Sigrid Cedes sown ws of ofcloth gray graycloth
cloth trimmed t in gold and her hat was wasa wua wasa
a Mack toque with gold roses rosesMme eLMme rosesMme
Mme London wife of the rainister rainisterMack mufnisterrota intster intsterfrom
from rota the Netherlands wore a gown of ofblack ofblack
black velvet v4 lVft > and white lae tACt with th a blaCk Mackvelvet blaCkvelvet blackvelvet
velvet hat trimmed with pi platoon antes ad aadsable adNble andsable
sable furs fursCountess funCountess fursCountess
Countess Moltke X < ltke wife of the Danish Danishminister Danishminter Danishminister
minister wore an D effective costume of ofpale ofpale ofpale
pale gray satin o raped in particularly particularlygraceful partjeu1rl7graceul particularlygraceuI
graceful lines with ith bandings bndl of gray graysilk graysilk y yllk
silk embroidery and crystals with with a atoque atoque atoque
toque of a darker gray velvet trimmed trimmedwith DecIwith trimmedwith
with gardenias gardeniasMme gardenla8Xme gardeniasMms
Mme Sannon wife of the minister ministerfrom ministerfrom pr prfrom
from Haiti wore ore black satm est and pad lac lacwith lace Jacewith lacewith
with a Mack plumed hat hatMme hatMIne hatMme
Mme Ritters Gewn GewnOf GewnOf GownOf
Of Yellow Brocaded Satin SatinMme SafuLYme SatinMute
Mme Ritter wife of the Swiss S JaIIIIster sitsIster min minister ¬
ister wore a beautiful gown ge B eC yellow yellowbrocaded YeI YeIbr yelIowbrocaded
brocaded br ded satin embroidered in gold and andtrimmed a dtrimmed andtrimmed
trimmed with Ith chiffon Her H < h bet t was a asmall aSM11 asmall
small violet colored toque with mauve mauveprames mauveplUntM mauveplumes
plumes pramesOther plUntM plUntMOther plumesOther
Other becomingly becomiD b gowned 09waed women pre present preent prosOut ¬
ent were the Misses Meyer daughters daughtersof ers ersof
of the Secretary ret8rY of the Navy te cherry cherrywoire chertywoke cherrywolre
woke silk poplin with overdrapcries of ofchiffon orchiffon ofchiffon
chiffon ani an ani large hats of th the same sameshade aamesbade sameshade
shade trimmed with plumes plumesMiss pI pIMiss plumesMiss
Miss Cannon daughter d daughti u tlr r of the Speaker Speakerwore Spe kewore Speakerwore
wore black net over white satin with withtouches withtouches withtouches
touches of crystal embroidery oa the thebodice thebOOtee thebodice
bodice bodiceMrs bOOteeMrs bodiceMrs
Mrs Robert Shaw Oliver wife of the theAssistant theAssistant theAssistant
Assistant Secretary Se retry of War was hand handsomely handsomely handsomely ¬
somely gowned n black satin embroid embroidered embroiered embroi embroiered ¬
ered in gold and Miss Oliver wore woregray woregray woregray
gray satin with bands of selfcolored selfcoloredembroidery selrcoJoredembroidery selfcoloredembroidery
embroidery on the bodice bodiceMrs bodiceirs bodiceMrs
Mrs HuntingtOn HunUn on Wilson wife of th thAssistant the theAssistant theAssistant
Assistant Secretary of State wore a awloecolored a avinecolored awinecolored
wloecolored crepe de chine sown W1l In
draped I Grecian effect with touches of ofon ofgold 1
old on O th the bodice bodiceI bOdicerr bodiceMrs
I Mrs rr Bowers wife of the Solicitor Solicitori SoIlcltorGeneral SolicitorGeneral
i General wore black b1 ek satin and Miss MiesBowers 11 11Bowers MissBowers
Bowers a most effective frock of white whitebroadcloth whitebroadcloth j
broadcloth draped in princess effect ettectM effectMrs i iMrs
Mrs M 18 W H H Green GreeR of Seattle wore worey woregray worsgray
gray y satin and velvet with a coat of ofvelvet ofvetvet ofvelvet
velvet and a large gray hat trimmed trinImedwith trimmedwith j
with plumes plumesMrs plumesIn plumesMrs
Mrs Wilson wife of former Senator SenatorWiUmn SenatorWIJ SenatorWilson
Wilson n wore a catawba crepe de chine cbIiKwIth chinewuth i iwith
with a black bat batLarge
I ILarge
P1 P1Large +
Large Tea for Miss Chew ChewAt ChewAt i iAt
At Mrs Moorheads Moorh ads Home HomeMrs J Jrs
Mrs rs Kate Upshur Moorncad will en
tertain at a large tea this afternoon afternoonfrom afternoonfrom
from 5 to 7 oclock la honor of Miss MissLillian MissLillian nss nssLlIUaa
Lillian Chew The engagement e eIigagem agement nt of Hiss HissCbew 310SChew s sChew
Chew to J 3 Upshur Mowihead d was re receatly recently iccently
cently announcedThe announced announcedThe RD01IneedThe
The Chief Justice will d hold a reception receptionthis receptiontitle receptionthis
this afternoon with his daughter Mrs MrsWhile MrsWhite InJ InJW1tUe
While acting actln as hostess hostessM hostessMrs qJ qJIrs
M S SMrs
Mrs Eugene Byrnes will entertain at ata attea ata
a tea this afternoon from 5 to 7 oclock oclocklu rjclokin cIo cIoIn
In honor of her debutante akrj ole Mintr MintrHelen M MHeJen Mia MiaHelen
Helen Wyckliff Cooper CooperJ CooperBriars CooperBriars
+ J
Briars Given GivenAs GivesAs
As Christmas Gift GiftAnnouncement GiftAnnouncement GiftAnnouncement
Announcement has been wade ul as to tothe tothe tothe
the purchase ef The Briars Bt1I1r Bar Har Harbor Harbor liarbar ¬
bor by Thomas F Walsh The sequel seoeelof sequelof seanelof
of the purchase is that the estate e was wasbought wasrought wasbought
bought by 1 y Mr and Mrs Walsh and aadpresented andpresented 1Itl 1Itlpre
presented pre entd as a ChristmaS Cb gift ta their theirsoninlaw tlteIr8OnlnJaw theirsonInlaw
soninlaw and daughter bter Mr and Mrs MrsEdward MrsEdwatd Mrsdward
Edward dward Beale McLean who are BOW BOWtbe nowthe
the owners JMIS of the t beautiful 1 summer aomaterhome SWBMert summerhome I
home homeMr
t < I
Mr and Mrs Anderson AndersonEntertain AndersonEntertain
Entertain Miss Taft TaftMr
Mr and Mrs Larz Anderson And < SOQ were werehosts werebo werehosts
hosts last night at dinner dnn r entertaining entertainingcompany entertaJai entertaininga g
a company of thirty young people in inhonor Inh Inhonor
honor of Miss Helen He Taft A number of ofadditional ofadditional r rOUDr
additional young people were invited in inafter isafter
after the dinner for fordanclng fordanclngAmong r dancing Dg DgAMeDg
5 5Among
Among the young youn peoples dinner dinnerparties dt dinnerparties ner nerMinles
parties which preceded the dance at the thei tD8 tD8AIder8ODS theAndernone
i Andersons was 2 that which Mr and Mrs MrsEdward MrsEdward MrsEdward
Edward MeCauley gave for their debu debutante debutaDte debettaste ¬
taste daughter dau hter Miss iiary ary McCauley lcCauleyTbflr McCauleymc j jThe
The Tbflr ir guests were Mr and Mrs > rs Charles CharlesODonnell CbarlesODonnell CharlesODonnell
ODonnell Lee Mint 1 Margaret Draper BraperMiss DnIperX DraperMiss
Miss X Laura Merriam K Idles Adelaide AdelaideHeath AdelaideHeath AdelaideHeath
Heath Miss Marian Wic Wise Baron Har Hrdenbroek HardeDbroek Hardenbroek
denbroek of the German embassy embassyCount emyCount embassyCount
Count iJgglas Ugb of the Swedish legation legationLtentenaat IegatlonLleuterant Uon UonLieatetant
Ltentenaat Ceastein Commander co Jewel Jewelland Jeweland ewellalMl
and William Bowie Eo Eoe EoI Clarke ClarkeJ ClarkeMr ClarkeMr e
Mr William Cline Border was hostess hostesso ho
I at t a o foo tee yesterday o f THav oftoraoon afternoon from front I 4 to 7 7I 1ciock 7oclock
I oclock ciock to meet her son i Ayres Borden Bordenof Bordenor Bordenof
of Cornell University who is spending spendingthe 5pCIttitogtbe spendingthe
the holidays in Washington Washingtoni VU Wuhtzug II IIThe n nThe
i The house was beautifully fully adorned adornedwith adornedwith adornedwith
with Christmas greens eens and red flowers noweraA flowersA SowersA
A centerpiece uterpece of red pohraettia blossoms bloeeonwformed blossomsformed OlDlJ 1 1fOllDed
formed the decorations d ratlons f 1o w the daintily daintilyappointed daintilyappointed I
appointed tea table which was presided presidedover K8S6dedbY presidedover
over by Miss X eedham and Miss X HHnor HHnorBliss ElinorBliss
Bliss BlissAssisting BlissAssisting
Assisting Amst Mrs Borden to receive her herguests hergue herguests
guests and dispense l the hospitalities Elinorj of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the afternoon were the Misses Xeodbmss XeodbmssMtee x NeedhRiMte eedlauRXtM
Mtee Mte Bliss Miss OBrien Miss Sim Skinner Skinnerthe Sldnnerthe inner innerthe
the Misres l8res Byrne Miss 01 Langfitt Laa tt Mine MtesHall MIMHaJI MineHall
Hall th Misee ees Brooks Miss Itas Baker Bakerand BakeraIMI Bakerand
and Miss Buokey BuokeyThe BucireyThe
The Naval avat Attache At of the Austrian Austrianemfeaj Austrianembassy I Iell
ell embassy sy and Baroness Preuschen who whoWTP owen whowere
wen members of a house party which whichSenator whichsetor whichSenator
Senator du Pont entertained over overi overChrt8tJnas overChristmas
i Christmas at his country place near nearI nearWIlm1nJtOR nearWilmington
I Wilmington T Del > el returned to Washmg Washmgjton W2S Wuubtngion tAg tAgton
jton ton yesterday ye teniay afternoon afternoonr afternoonRepresentative afternoonRepresetative fterDOOft fterDOOfti fterDOOftRepreseIt
i r
Representative RepreseIt ti e Fish FiskLeases FishLeases I ILeases
Leases I Street Home HeineRepresentative HomeReprrCntUve
Representative Re eRttiTc Hamilton Htil 1to Fish of Xew XewYork XewTory NewYork
York has leased 1eas for the winter wmioe season seasonthe seasonthe I
the house 1717 171 I street which he will willoccupy wU1occuPY wiltoccupy
occupy immediately Im lately The home was wasformerly wasformerly I Iformerly
formerly the home of Gen and Mrs MrsTheodore XrsTbeodore MrsTheodore
Theodore A A Btngham and was eeeu eeeuAlberC eeeupied ocaupied
pied recently by Commander sad x xAJl Mrs MrsAlbert
Albert AJl ert Key who whoafenow are a e now abroad abroadMiss abroadMiss d dtER
Miss tER Viola Matlock was hostess at a adelightful a atIeU adelIgbtfsi
delightful tIeU tttl dance last evening jo her herbonte herbwDc herhome
home on O P street streetf streetMr str strXr streetMr
Mr and Dd Mrs Charles William Lam Lambert Lamrt Lastbert ¬
bert rt of New Brunswick N J are arefependin aretpendirut arependln
fependin the holidays with the parents parentsof JMUentsor parentsof
of the latter Mr and Mrs 1rS Robert Cook Cookat CookAt Cookat
at Bellvtew D C C Mrs Lambert was wasformerly wasformerly
formerly Miss Katheiae Kathem ne Cook and her hernearriaice herrearrlae hernuarriace
nearriaice to Mr Lamcert took place in inSeptember InSeptember inSeptember
September SeptemberI
I Miss Barbour Rfl lbcrdr of Oraju Orangs e county Va Vai Vshas
i has has been the guest of her sister Mrs Mrsy MrsF MrsF I
y F B Ewing of f f Hammond court courti courtDr
i + f fT courtI I
T Dr > r and Mrs Reid Hunt have 3v issued issuedcards issuedcards
cards for f a dinner party ty oa January fnuary 3 3i J JMrs 3Mrs
i Mrs Richard thhard Wainwright Wainwriglit has issued issuedI issuedeards ed edcards i
I cards for a tea on Wednesday Ye January r Januaryfront nu nufrem
5 frem 4 until 7 oclock oclock in honor ef efMiss ofMiss
Miss 1is Alice S S Bieck Biecki Blet I
i 1 1Cards 7 7Cards
I Cards Isned IsnedTor Is IsviedFor ed edFor
For Jolly jOfl Dozen Dance DanceThe DanceThe I IJolly
The Jolly T t1 D > rcn rt have hav issued invita invitations inritalions ¬ i itJons
lions for their Uoeyear G teeyeare4d ye rekl d dance tri tribe td tdbe to tobe ¬
be held at Mrs Dyers Dy r > 3 1iIi 7 R R street streetWednesday streetWednesday streetWednesday
Wednesday evening evcn January Jitlry 39 39m 39M i9Mrs I
M MJ Mrs s Edward KeLner of M street has hasas basas hasas
as her guests her niece Miss Louise LouiseGrcber LouiseGnber LouiseGrtber
Grcber and her nepcew llep ev Julius Gruber Grubarof Gruberor Gruberof
of Baltimore
j The Young Lady Across the Way Wayl I
The young younglady younglady oung ounglady
lady across acrossshe acrossth acrossthe
th the way says saysshe saysshe
she saw in inthe Ui Uithe n nthe
the paper paperthat pap paperthat e r rthat
that social socialcondi socialconditions socialC
condi conditions C 0 fl d i tions tionswere tionswere
were respon responsible respoiisible esponsible ¬
sible for formost formost
I most mo t of the thecrimes i thecrimes e
crimes crzmes in inthis zn znthis inthis
this country countryand country countryand countryand
and it did didseem didseem didseem
seem to lzer heras lzeras lzeras
as if we weought weought weought
ought to be bemore benlore bemore
more careful carefulabout carefulabo carefulabout
about abo ut who whogot whogot ho hogot
got into so society society society ¬
Miss Cannon Is Hostess at atLarge atLarge V VLarge
Large Reception ReceptionToday ReceptionToday ReceptionToday
Today TodayVermont TodayVermont TodayVermont
Vermont Avenue Home of ofI ofSpeaker
I Speaker Cannon Scene of ofBri1Iiat
I Brilliant Gathering Gatheringteraoon j jA
A J1 large e re ret < eptSon will be held tills af
teraoon at the home of the th Speaker of
the House e as a usual on New Tear
r Day > ay Mia 1011 Cannon will act as hostess hostessand ho hostessand J JaDd
and will be assisted aaR to receive the guests
by Mrs Xr Mann Mrs Boutelt and Mrs trs
Richard Wayne Parker wives of Rep ¬
resentatives In Congress Mrs Vrooai VTOOJRn n
M MrsiJames Mrs James C Hooe of Virginia Mrs
Baker Mrs Graeme Stewart of Chi Chicago Ch Chcabo Clcago ¬
cago Miss Aldrich X Miss Hegemeo HegemeoMiss HogemanMiss n nMiss
Miss Amy GIllett Miss X Mercedes Xerc Stew SUwart Stawart Stewart
art art of Chicago the Mis XIMes tlss e Keas Miss MissHelen fIss fIssHelen
Helen Stewart the Mimes Parker the theMteses theMlses theMisses
Misses Foster Miss Boal Mba Xath Katherine XathenDe Xatherine
erine Weeks Miss Alice Boutell Misr MisrKatherine Xis XisKatherine MisKatherine
Katherine Holbrook Miss Parkman of ofBoston orBoston o oBoston
Boston Miss Mls Frances Webster an 11Mias ant antMiss < l lMiss
Miss Ruth I Draper > raper of New York YorkMrs YOdcer
er erMrs 4Mrs
Mrs Wallace Raddiffe will receive ax axusual a31J8UQl asusual
usual on Monday 4HIdy afternoons tentOOll through throughout UtnMIghout throughout ¬
out the season seaeomwill ILMn
4 4Mrs +
Mn A Abbott ott wife ot Cot T V Abbott AJiIbottwin Abbottwill
will not receive today to y bttt wilt receive receivetbe recehethe receivethe
the remaining Saturdays ia IADinner tanoary tanoaryDinner asvary asvarys asvaryDinner
+ s
Dinner Parties PartieGiven PartieGivenAt Given GivenAt GivenAt
At Chevy Chase Club ClubA
A number of dinner parties were bold beldat boldat aeldat
at the Chevy Chase Club feet evening eveningpreceding fWeDiaSpteC eveningpreceding
preceding pteC the New Year Cotillion given givenby givenby gtrenby
by a committee of the younger yoa er dancing dancingcontingent nrCOft dancingcontingent
contingent COft ent Including Lieutenant Com Commander ComJDiIJIder CornJuajtder ¬
mander Palmer Capt George e Summer Suramerin
liii in Major Horton CapC Edward Car Carpenter Carpenter Carlienter ¬
penter Major aJ4tr David D Porter Lieu Ueutenant Lleutenaat Lieulenant
tenant Oeterhaus Frederick Faust Fu and andW andw andw
W T Btogaam BtogaamThe BtaghaaThe BtngbamThe
The guests who numbered K about aboutwere 2Wt 2Wtwere eowere
were received by Mrs carpenter and
Mrs Summerlin SummerlinQuantities SumlDtiliuQuantltles SummerliuiQuantities
Quantities of holly and mistletoe
formed f the decorations The favors con consteted conMeted t tsbted
Meted of horns bonis bells whtekbrooms whtekbroomsfans wbl whinkbeoounsfans kbCooms I
fans bags and Dd wands wandsCaptain wJMisCaptain wandsCaptain
Captain aDd Mrs Gherardi Mrs Har Harold Harold Hayold ¬
old 1 Sewall W H lL Bingham and Brit Britton Britton Britton
ton Browne Bro owne ne were among monS those enter entertaining ertertalntng ectertaming ¬
taming parties at Dinner before the co cotillion c0 c0tillion cotilllon ¬
tillion Captain and Mrs Carpenter C nter
Captain and Mrs Summerlia n Captain Captainand C Captainand 1n 1nand
and Mrs Tracy Trac Major and Mrs sCbeat Cheat
hanr ban Captain and Mrs Sladen Mr and
Mrs Charles Patterson Lieut and Mrs MrsGilmore
tySMft S Grant Grant zthQl I Ii aDd Captain
Gilmore composed a yDutch T Dutch treat treatparty treatpaty treatparty
party partyiMrs partyMrs
Mrs rs Vroomaa Vro VroemanYoung VroomaaYotmg maJl maJlYOtmg
Yotmg Peoples PeI e s Hostess HostessMrs HestescMrs HostessMrs
Mrs Vrooman entertained a party of ofyoung otYOUR ofyoung
young people at t dinner last evente 8N11htg In tohonor Inbenor inhonor
honor of Miss Margaret Moore of Oak Oakhind 08kIIlAd Oakland
hind Cal After th u dinner Mrs Vroo Vrooman Vroomann ¬
man took her guests JIMIIIils to the dance e at atthe atthe t tthe
the Congroootanal C 8MIoIIaI lab CtabJ CtabMrs labT ClubMrs <
Mrs J Brack Perkins p president of
the Congressional lonal Club was hostess at ata ata
a delightful deI htl1ll dance Ike at the t club house
test eveninc ei eutnu The guests who included includeda
a large 1ar party of young you people now home
for the holidays were received by Mrs
Perkins and Miss X Cannon CannonAmong CanDOlLA CannesAmong
Among A those from Washington wh whattended whattended whi whiattended >
attended the hop at Annapolis last lastevenroc Jasteventnr lastevenisrwero
evenroc eventnr evenisrwero were Mrs Ordway Miss Fade Padelford PadeIforci
ford Mrs X A C Theme Miss Frances
Thorne Mrs William Havwood Miss
Doris Haywood Miss Dorothy I Brooks Brooksand Breosand
and Miss Stella seDaM Carnal CarusLMrs CarnalMrs
Mrs M John X Spool wife of Pay P Dl Dli Dtrector DIioctet
i 1 rector Spool U S X and Il h er r daughter daughterMiss
Miss 1 Lena Hitchcock will receive today todayat todayat r rat
at their t residence red resdenc oce 15K l K street from 4 4t 4te 4to
t te fi oclock oclocki ocIoekX oclockMiss
i Miss X Gertrude Meyer M er of BaJtimore is isspencnag ifthe isspeeding
speeding the holidays wi wt1Pl i Miss Miriam Miriamj XktamFraJIC MiriamFranc
j Franc of Fifth street streetr streetCards streetCanis streetCards
Cards have been s censd cai In Wash WuhiDg1c WashIngtc Waahingtc
ingtc a from Mr 1 and Mr Jacob Roth RothschJM RothscbiW Rothncldkl
schJM of Xew York for the weddJn weddJnreception wedding weddJngreceptioa weddingreception
reception of their daughter Miss Elsie ElsieBeatrice ElsieBe ElsieBeatrice
Beatrice Be tice Rothschild and E E Albert Albertaamstag A1beramstg Albertbaunstag
aamstag of Washington Tuesday Jan January JanlU1S Jannary ¬
nary lU1S IS from 5 to 7 oclock at SI 1 West WestFif WertFlriy WestFlftyerenth
Fif Flriy Flftyerenth typeventh enth street treet in tbe city of New XewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York Yorki YorkSenator YorkSenator
i YorkSeoater
Senator and Mrs Hale were among mongthe amongthe amongthe
the dinner hosts of last t evening eveainffMr evealngir eveningMr
Mr Justice Brown and Mrs Brown Brownwill BlOwnwill Brownwill
will receive this thi afternoon In their theirhome theirheme theirhome
home on Sixteenth street assisted by brtheir bytheir bytheir
their house guests ueKSo Mrs Pitts Duffield Duffieldand Duflleldalld Duffleldand
and Miss Pixley PixleyGst
4 4Gist + r
Gist Blair entertained a a party partyat partyatclRJler at ati s sclnner
i dinner last evening eveningMr eveft even19 even19Mr J Jfr
Mr fr and Mrs Walter WaUer S S Andrews Andrewswere A Andrewswere drews drewswere
were hosts at a dinner party p ty of Gftyfeur twos tTronof twostyfour
tyfeur covers last evening In honor onorof honorof
of Miss Marjorie jorie Pearson daughter daughterof
of the United States Minister to toGreece toGrcpce toGreece
Greece and Montenegro and a niece nieceof nieceor nieceof
of Mrs Calderon Carlisle Carlislee CarlisleMr Carlislea CarlisleMr
4 4Mr e a
Mr ad Mrs Richard L 1 TIBay are arorecelvlag uerecelvlDg arereceiving
receiving the congratulations con tulatioDs of Vaelf Vaelffriends tbel tbelfrIends thetrfriends
friends upon Up R the birth 1 lrth of a son Mrs MrsTilley MrETilley MrsTilley
Tilley was formerly MIss Eleanor EleaaorXicholsoa EleanorlcholS9B EleanorNicholson
Nicholson lcholS9B of Washington Washingtoni WashingtonMiss WashlngtoJLliss
i + 1 1Miss
Miss liss Margaret C C C Brooks dough daaghter ugbtel doughter
ter of Mrs E E C C Brooks left Wash Washington WasbIngto WashIngton ¬
ington several days ago for New NewYork NeWYork NewYork
York where sh she will spend a couple coupleof coupJPof coupleof
of weeks with lth her heraunt herauntMr aunt auntMr aunLTili
Mr Taft TaftWfll TiliWill TaftWill
Will Attend Charity Ball BallPresident BallPresWeBit BallPresident
President Taft will occupy one e f the thefour tb tbfour thefour
four boxes at t the Charity bait at the theNew theei theNew
New ei Wttlard lIlacd Monday ay evening eaIA given 8Ii1 by bythe bytIM bythe
the board of lady visitors c < the a Chil Childrens Childrens Cliiidrens ¬
drens Hos HO Hospital Dttal Hal for the benefit c f th thhospital tbp tbpbo thhospital
hospital hospitalTbe bo hospitalThe pita1 pita1The
The ball 11 which te OIK of 0 the smartest smartestdaada lIIIIIlrteotdDeID ± t tdancing
daada dancing events of the aMuee is under underthe unduhe undrthe
the patronage of Barone B Baroness e Mayer des desPlanches desancfte desPlanche
Planches ancfte Baroness s Hengelntvlter eI Mine MraeJosserand XmeJo MineJussernd
Josserand Jo enuMl Mme Xab Nabueo MO Countess s von vonBernstorff vonBernstCKif vatiernstorff
Bernstorff Baroness Roses Rood e Mme d dJlejia deJi8 dMejia <
Jlejia eJi8 Mme de Lagercrai LaS Lagercrp4z x Maw Lou Loudon Lo Lodon LotSdon
don Countess Moltke Mme Saunas SasnonMme SHiinonMme SaunasMine
Mme de Joubert Mrs Meyer Mrs MrsWickersham XrsYickersitam MrsWlckersbasn
Wickersham Mrs Larz Lam Anderson Mrs MrsAudenrefd XrsAudenreld MrsAudenreld
Audenreld Mrs Bevendge Mrs Bulks Bolkeley BuIkfey Bulksley
ley ey Sites Cannon Mr Mrs Clover Mrs MrsCosby MrsCoaby Irs IrsCosby
Cosby Mrs Crowinahield Mrs rs Enc EncMrs EneMrs EncMrs
Mrs Fitslmgh Mrs Fajbnetocic Mr MrHale Xt XtIIaJe MrHale
Hale Mrs Johnston Med L L Z Z Letter LetterMrs LeiterMrs LoiterMrs
Mrs 1 NeaberrY New berry Mrs Oliver Miss Pat Patton PIltton Patton
ton Mrs Victor Kauffmann Mr MrFrank MN MNFrank MreFrank
Frank Koyss oyes Mrs Alexander AleranderBrittori AleranderBrittoriMrs Britton BrittonMrs BrittonIrs
Mrs Isaac I Mann Mrs Edson Brad Bntdtl1rs Bradle Bradleitirs e eMrs
Mrs Weeks W Mrs Brownsoa Mrs Mr MrGowaa 1 1GoWiLD McGowan
Gowaa Mfe Miss Kibbey Mrs Beekma 3eekmaWinthrop BeelcmaWinthrop BeekmaWmthrop
Winthrop Mrs Inr Murray A A CW C Mr Mrjoha MrTORR MrJohn
John Story jr Mrs Nicholas ADder Aaderi ADderSOlI Anderso
i son so Mrs A A BLegare BI e Mrs John Hays Haysj Ha HaHammond HsHammond
j Hammond Mrs rs Merrill and Mr1 Mr1Boyd XreBoyd MrBoyd
Boyd BoydMis Boydtis BoydMiss
Mis Miss > = Atnri Atnric nT R Thihon hfon sin lio has been th thKl the the11t the1
c 11t > i < < f i < f Mi jl 1pf < r Kl KVr wiris lias ha r re relic rLu1
lic Lu1 < l tu ler U1lli ni in t CC1g U c 150

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