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and The Star for December DecemberThe DecemberThe DecemberThe
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The Star 37Q02DISTRICT 37002 37002DISTRICT 37002DISTRICT
DISTRICT REGULATIONS REGULA TlCNS DUE DUETO DUETO i iTO
TO BE REGULATED REGUL REGULATEDWe TED TEDare
1 TVe are rapidly rapid y discovering d that the thepeople theptOpIe theof
people IR Ple Plebeing of the District of Cotusnma Cohen are arebeinjc are1wi
being 1wi overregulated oVff lILteL A day or two twoTl1d ago agoJudge aaoJudge
Judge Tl1d MwIk MulloY MuMowwy 1lY wny r declined to toa consider considera
againstr with withviolating withviohttiag itft itftvio1atig
a case ca c e e against againsta a man charged
violating a police regulation Jatioa relating relatingto
to Kens OH the ground that it was too tooridiculous tooridiculous tooridiculous
ridiculous to require recpl re judicial jtlctieialCitizens ttdieiai notice noticeCitizens noticeCitizens
Citizens who desire to protect p oteet them themselves wseJe5 themselves ¬
selves and their > neighbors pos from the thedangers t thedangers P Pdangers
dangers of of icy w pavements find that thatthere ttt thatthere
there t her is a pefiee regulation prohibiting prohibitingthe Uitibi Uitibithe
the sprinkling sprikJi of sand sctni ashes or other othersubstance otWru othersubstanee
substance u taJteeo OK the sidewalks sidewalksIt
It is i about time that something JI was wasdone wandone
done t h > regulate the tllelittle regulators A Alittle Alittle
little more common seas sense and a little littleless Jittlele5s littleless
less display of authority would he bett better bet better ¬
ter t r for ti tAe e District especially in this thismatter tMsmatter thismatter
matter of sprinkling spriIIkJ iey paTenteatswith pavements pavementswith paYeMelltswi
with wi th sand sandDIFFICULTIES SAJtdDIFFICULTIES sandDIFFICULTIES
DIFFICULTIES IN WAY V AY OF THE THEINCOME THEINCOME THEINCOME
INCOME TAX TAXThe TAXThe
The lapse of time does not diminish dirninieltthe diminishthe dii a athe 4 4The
the difficulties dif difs ftlI uIiies in i the wady wy y of the iti itication raitfi QAod raitfication
cation od Otl by tkreeiourths of of the Uteof States StatesConstitution Statesof
of the ille llte ta tax aatendmeot t to the tJteConstitwtipaof theContstitwtion
Constitution Constitwtipaof of which w1a Senator Norris NorrisBrown NorrisRrowx NorrisBrows
Brown of Nebraska Qt is the anther lol and andwhich ABdwhie andwhich
which was ordered ed hy the special ses session MSio session ¬
sion io of Congress C to he submitted to tothe tothe tothe
the State Sta Legislatures LegislaturesSenator LegislaWre5tor LegleiatureeSenator
Senator tor Brown has at various T times timesexpressed timestxpresed limesexpressed
expressed the utmost tM05tooeticleDce confidence that thatthff thatthe
the 1 M am amendment dm it t would be ratified hot hotthe hutthe hetthe
the reasons reaolM for his o optimism Cf imp 1l are not notwholly BOtWoolly notwholly
wholly apparent They T y hare t not been Deeaa beenapparent beenapparent
apparent a iwi in fact fad froM the first b but butnot butnot t tnot
not only is the true tnIe hat the obstacles obstaclesof obstll de deto
to having baY the ainemIent te a part partnf partof
of the Constitution appear to he hemounting hemountiMg beinountiag
mounting higher As s an illustration illustrationH
of this let one glance over the tIteFRges xee xeessages
FRges H es of two leading Jeadi governors emors whichhavee which whichliave J daIa
liave Ia y ju julatures just been delirred Iiveftd to the tllfatu Legis Legislatures
latures atu Governor Hngfees H of New York Yorkexpresses Yorif Yorkexpresses
expresses f himself as in favor of the theprinciple tIaeprint theprineiple
principle print of an income tux hut he finds findsrejections iiadshjeetiMas sodshjectina
rejections to the t e pending amendment aaendmeata amendmentand t tand
a and nd is against its ratification ratificationAt oa oaAt
At the same time t MP along conies eotIMSGov eotIMSGovmor Govcrnor Gov Govrrnor
rrnor mor Crothers of Maryland saying sayi heis he heis heis
is heartily in favor ia or of the t e principle principleof
of the i be income tax but he wants ats the theStates thetates theStates
States tates to levy it it He oppoi opposes the i rati ratifkat rtifi ti tifkation
fi fkation fkat atioo Oll of the tJteXow existing amendment amendmentNow ameada4eotNow
Now it may y prove true that the tIter tIterprnorsof gsv gseTennors gsvprnors
prnorsof prnors of these two States are not suf sufficient stfi1tnt suffieient ¬
ficient to Week the ratification ntihtioaof of the theamendment t theamendmst e ea
amendment a by h the Legislatures tures of ofthoir oftheir
1 their respective Commonwealths CGMMOltw But Butthe Batt Butthe
the t hp probabilities are that in sitnatienswhich situations situationswhich sit1ta Oll5 Oll5whidt
which are more or leas evenly dividedand divided dividedand dividedtnd
and d closely balanced the utterances of ofthe oft ofthe
the t hp governors go will have sufficient suflirieatwf stiff sufficientweight ieot ieotweight
weight wf > igbt toHwna the tide against rat ratk raM raMt
t k ion > n At least it will be found that thatratification tIIatra thatratification
ratification ra t ilkat OII is made less easy
Moreover Io r one of these governors tRortrnnrs1I t tH I IHughes
Hughes H ugh s of New x York has a large fol following feItside fll4siring ¬
lowing outside tside his is own State Stat What Whatbe WJaathf Whatbe
be > has said will not help the income incometax i etax incometax
tax amendmcnt amendmentdsewhere elsewhere wJeu And it is ist istn isto
t tn > be remembered Wftd that t tw twelve he States Statescan Stattin Statescan
can n prevent ratification ratieatiollIt
It is etoMir more and more dear dearthat dearT dearthat
that the enemies of the income tax in inCongress iIo istongress
T
Congress o kaew what they were Nelewhen v re about aboutwhen abgwtwhen
when tfceyNsHrevented aa income tax taxlaw taxlaw tautlaw
law at the t e special speeiaIINVESTIGATION sal session sessionINVESTIGATION sessionINVESTIGATION
INVESTIGATION OF BALLIN BALLINGERPINC BALLINGERPINCtfOT BALLINGERPINC
GERPINC GERPINCtfOT tfOT OT CONTROVERSY CONTROVERSYThe
The ways wars arv ar now practically dear dearfor dearfnr dearfor
for an ktvesli es r u ai i itit a t by by a joint comnniltee com commit conaif ¬
nniltee mit tee of Congress C Coa rees e3S into the Ballinger BalliltelPindtot Bat BatPinebot BallingerPincbot
Pincbot controversy tISY It will come in inthe i it inthe
the t h form of a joint resolution reset1lt for an aninvestigation aJJinf5 noinvestigation
inf5 investigation tioa of the Interior Depart Department Departnt4nt Department ¬
ment and aacIits its Hs bureaus including Id the theKeclamation t theheelamatsa e eltClamatiolt
Keclamation Service and the e General Generall GeJlellla GeaaalLand
l la Land tnd nd Office and of the Forest HerrinThe Service ServiceTlie riceThe
The resohttmn will soon be belongr throughl through throughCongress
Congress longr l ongrss s and signed by the Pr President Presidentnnd Met Metnd i iand
and nd it will not be long until the com committee 00II1nitt oontnrittee ¬
mittee 1nitt is selected s stheinvestigation aM org i ioei aM sadtihwiveti1itioa
theinvestigation 1 tioIr under way y When it itwill itiIl itwill
will iIl he ended nobody nobody eon ea eaIt tellIt WI WIIt
It is generally expected expectedrun it will willrun willrun
run along for many y months monthsmay It Itma Itmay
may ma y even be found impossible i to make makea Mak Maka
a report until the opening of the neatsession next nextsession JIerlof
session of Congress i is December If nle nlet 1118Reeognitoa M MRecognition
Recognition of the fact there should shouldhe shouldtoe Id IdhP
he an a hrrestigr IrT inrestipytioa tion is general not onlyin only onlyin 01117in
in Congress C res hat 1 thro u I sho t the coun country ecMaIIt cunblie ¬
f
try t rv TY The pubKc 1 1probed blie wants Ae thef thematter matter matterprobed tift tiftproW
probed in the most thorough t fashion fashionIt fasIaioaIt
It w will tolerate no whitewash and a will willof willJe willsanetint
sanetint n berg Je tllaaa tllaaaof than a disdosare disdosareof
of all the facts arls appertaining to this thisontroversy tbisOntroel5 thiscontroversy
controversy Ontroel5 and all of its itsramifieationC ramifications
I
The real questions at issue are much muchbroader muchbroder muchbroader
broader and more important than the thepersonalities theperoaatities
personalities peno of Mr BalKuger IIi or Mr MrPincnot MrPiBehot MrPiachot I
Pincnot or any of their subordinate subord subonlhmtesIt lltoi
It is important j to know whether the theinterests theiJlterMtS theiotereet
interests iJlterMtS of the public have been dili diiigently diligently elilitJy ¬
gently tJy guarded rded TO t the best fashion pos poursible possible posibi ¬
sible Has the cause of COIItelatio ooaeervatioaof conservation conservationof t tof
of natural resources been ft upheld by bythe byUte bythe
the Interior Department a aM d the Forest For Forest Jooceet ¬
est Service to the utmost t f Hve Have those thoseforces t1toeefOlCeS thoseforces
forces which w dt are beAt on the looting 1eoti of ofthe DEM ofthe
the public pu ie domain do in i the West V and aJMl1 aJMl1AJaska ja jaAlaska a aAlaska
Alaska which are seeking to gain gaj coxtrot con control eoiII ¬
I trol of great et coal fieius fiefs and of valuable valuablewater valbIewater valuablewater
water povr sites been given e any en encouragement ClteourageJlteftt enoouraogeeat ¬
couragement by jtebiic blic officials The ThePresident ThePresident ThePresideat
President and the Attorney General Generalhave G Generalhave BCr l lMve
have severely se 8T IY punished L R Ghxvis Ghxvisa G Y 6 6a
a special secm1 agent who made chargesagainst charges chargesagainst e1Mtrgeea
against a t8t Secretary Ballinger BalIi r in connec eaanection connection COIUteCtion = ¬
tion with the Cunningham c Cuianiaglatat coal hind hindchum Ja Jadai landdaima
dai chum in Alaska But the G Glaris Glariselttl Glevistint la vis vischarges
tint charges are far from being all all n there is ieto isto isto
to this controversy eon y The whole problem problemof
of conservation tioK practically tieAlly is involved involvedand iYOIvedaJMI involvedsad
and until the country gets ts the fullest fullestlight fUestt fullestlight
light t u upon it it will iII not be satisfied satisfiedCHICAGO satisAedCHICAGO satisedCHICAGO
CHICAGO SHOULD GO ON THE THEWATERWAGON THEVATERVAGON THEWATERWAGON
WATERWAGON WATERWAGONChicago WATERWAGONChicago VATERVAGONC
Chicago has become sadly Iy perturbed perturbedby perWl ted tedby
by the manner > aoner of celebrating ting New NewYear NewYear NewYear
Year ETC which has come into iwtoi vogue voguein vogueis
in i recent r rt years in i many cities As Aseveryone AsCYfly0ite Aseveryone
everyone knows mows the t oe custom st h riiig riiigm rti rtiNI g gIl
m Il New NewYork X wYork XOrk of wining w B Itf and dining dtlli g at atthe attIte atthe
the fashionable fasJt OtaWe hotels and making ki a amerry aMeITY amerry
merry night of it has spread over thecountry the thecountry tItetry
country try In most cities the thing tJti is isdone isdoIte isdoae
done With a decent amount t of self selfrestraint selfralnt selfrestraint
restraint ralnt There has been considerable considerablehSarity eoIt considerablebdarityprobably rabIe rabIeilarityprobAbiy
ilarityprobAbiy hSarity probably too much ueIt of it it The Thewine Thewi Thewine
wine wi e has flowed in i toe steady a stream streamand streaJaaJtd streamand
and maybe yb the songs s hate ye been a little littletoo tittleWo littletoo
too vociferous But Ba on the whole w ole the thebalance tJteDaIa thebalance
balance o of the country has Msto managed managedto
to celebrate the event and then tIt to get gethome getJo gethome
home ad find the night t latch How However HoweYer However ¬
ever Chicago seems to have taken iakeato iakeatoUte to tothe tothe
the custom with a mighty ty strong relish relishThe relisJIThe relishThe
The dignified tI 1M M and shocked Iaodt RecordHer RecordHerald ReeonIBeraid RecordHerold ¬
aid says sS of the happenings lli s in that thattown tttOWJl thattown
town townWe
We W e are told on good authority of ofyoung ofYOting ofyoung
young women w nl In the most revo1Ungstases revolting revoltingstages reT9Il1 reT9Il1ta
stages ta e8 of drunkenness e c the com complete c cpwte coesplete ¬
plete breaking down dwn of social socialof bar barriers 1MLrrtel8 ¬
riers of disgraceful d ul exhibition ex lhlttontJtat lhlttontJtatt ibas that Uatsuggeat thatsuggest
suggest t the worst features of the thenotorious t1I81tOtorioas thenotorious
notorious French FrenchOther balls ballsOther ballsOt1ter
Other veracious chroniclers der say that thatChicago tMtC thatnbo
Chicago C nbo o had a time that will be benumbered re retil re reabersd
numbered abersd until til 1911 pops i R But we wedo wecIo wedo
do not see why Chicagos 07S fit of remorse reMOlet remorseand j jand
and the blues the next day or the Utetast bad badtaste badtaste
taste tast which Jlieh seems to have been left in inits Iits inits
its mouth should deprt deprive a other OMR OMRmunities OHIit semrwlnities
munities it of speeding the t porting pArt lg and andIwAeoming aliiwtleoMi andwt
IwAeoming wt wtleoMi > ieoming the theit 1te coming year if t1te t1teit they do doit
it with proper restraint t Just J because becauseChicago Became BecameChicago e eCIaicafo
Chicago goes on a debauch is Me rea reason reOIl reason ¬
son why w1tyeveryoiJter whyevery every other town should sItotIldOR ge geon goon
on the water waterDelightful wagon wagonTXtfghtfttl wagonDelightful
Delightful medieval America Al Always Alwa78111 Always ¬
wa78111 ways in the intimate personal contidenca contidencaof
of the Almighty apropm prop c of a New NewTOrk XewY NewYork
York Y ric judge who ruled that UMtt strikers are arein I arein
in conflict with God We W will not complain com complain ¬
plain if Xr Shaw directs his opinion opinionat
at this one judge and not the Judiciary Judiciaryas
as a whole Fortunately the bench is isnot 18DGt isnot
not afflicted with many such ttUChThe judgesThe judges judgesThe
The insurgents 1II declare e t themselves for forthe forthe forthe
the Presidents Ple ideDts policies The President Presidentwants Pre8i Presidentwants t twaats
wants the insurgents to Ile b e for his hispoHciee WpoIIcieE hispolicies
policies ere is the daYerence 4Ii < eoce oC oCoptaion oropIuioD ofopinion
opinion and why is patronage e etbe denie deniethe denieU denieUSenator
the enemies or Cannon CannonSenator C CSenator
Senator Aldrich announced a year YeArthat ago agothat agothat
that he would w 1Jld retire from the Senate SenateKow SenateXow SenateNow
Now he announces aD that he win remain remainte remabathat remainla
te that body JIM tat latest et declaration dedamUonwfll tledaraUoltwill declarationwill
will receive more credence than his hisformer hiefonDer hisfarmer
former formerWe fonDerWe one oneWe
We are cheered beyond measure re reTboiRII8 by buyThomas byThomas
Thomas Edisons assurance than in lityeIII8 3M 3Myears 311years
years w we poor folks wW live as well as asa 88a nsa
a man mss does now with an lacomeoC lacomeoCyear income of offatMC of3b
fatMC 3b N a year yearIf yearIf yearIf
If the widows om ulUmilllonaires ulUmilllonairescontinue ultJmOlIonail UIUmUlbnairescontinue S Scolltla
continue colltla e to distribute e the wealth which whichtheir wblchI whichtheir
I their husbands 1IfIbII hi Mmn4s Dtfa accumulated there will willnot willnot willrest
not be so much complaint aoa > p atnt againet the therich thej therich
richGovernor rich richGovernor
Governor r Hrrhe Hr continues to be ex exceedingly exIy excee ¬
j cee ceedingly Mngty Iy jfortiBste fort fortjiate JNLte The RepoMtcaa RepoMtcaamachine R Rehifte Repuilicaamachine
machine ehifte feeder leaders are exhausting ex their theirvocabuiarly theirvocabuJarlY theirvocabufariy
vocabuiarly in denouncing him
The New Year certainly llJrJRa4Ie made a bid bidturning bidfor
for popular favor at Ute very art DY DYt byturning
turning t OH a hit it of steam at a tiMe thnewheat tiMewiteft timewheat
wheat Jt was weeded weededThe JteeIIe8TIte neededThe
The battleship batties lp G Georgia orgia is doing its itsbest itsbest itsbest
best to reM out of caRllssllIJlDid commissionDid commission oommtcotenDid
Did you find iln the sidewalk waJfc hard this thismorning thismorning Is IsJRdm
morning JRdm JRdmI
I I More or Less P PersonalWhat Personal PersonalWhat fsonal I IWhat
What will bajtfien 1ta D when J P Morg X XcaDs Morgan Morgancalls n ncalls
calls s f for o rt rta a a numoer null nu bfr r on one of his own owntetephon ownt owntelephonE
tetephon t telephonE investments inv tments and and8 s pertly pertlytold pertlytold pertlytold
told the line is busy bUscleTeIod busyCiev Cleveland Plain PlainDealer PlainDealer PlainDenier
Dealer DealerEurope DealerFur DenierEurope
Europe Fur pe is particularly partieu arl T string stn JI on boy beyKings oytOW boyKiH
KiH Kings gs now and despite the fact t that thatManuel UtatMaauel thatbianuel
Manuel was caught ca winking v at a music musichalt xa usic usicJIaIt ie iebelt
halt dance the boys behave pretty prettyw prettywelL prettgveilPMMdeil
w welL veilPMMdeil iL PMtadelpi l k i a Public P Ledger LedgerChancellor LedgerChancellor er erlot
+
Chancellor lot i LJoydG LloydGeorge orge merely merelysmiled merelyIIMIIed merelyamiled
smiled when wh n collared and shaken by bya Dya iiya
a suffragette wifra ette But we are afraid aCraWf the theladies the1a4Hes theladies
ladies will And presently that there is isa Isa isa
a limit to chivalrous enduraneeof endurance nanee of Car Carrie Carrie Carrie ¬
rie Nation ation methodsMilwaukee methods methocIsMJhuak Milwaukee Sit Sentinel SefttIneI Sittied ¬
tied tinelSenator tiedSnator
tIneISe
Senator Se tor Money knows his children childrenwere childrenweie childrenwe
were weie worthy ortby and competent co and he hecould hecould hecould
could not absolute absolutely know this ofother of ofother ofother
other miens 3 rs children cl ldren Therefore it was wasa wasa wasa
a loyal and jealous regard for the pub public public pubtic ¬
lic welfare that induced him to appoint appointfour appointfour appointfour
four of his immediate family to ornce oCeeHouston ornceHouston otke otkeHouston
Houston Post PoetT PostBrokaew t tI
I T Brokaew BrokawAiizlon BrokawAlimony Alimony AlimonyAs y yAs I IAs
As the showing now stands it looks lookss 100ksItS looksas
ItS s though b if Mrs 1n Brokaw insists upon uponhaving uponJia uponhaving
having Jia alimony she will have to lend lendher lendIter lendher
her husband the money to pay 1C ItDe ItDetrvit ltDetrait De Detrott
trait Free Press PressIt PressIt PressIt
It seems as tbo though gh a man cannot cannothave eaaeotbav cannothave
have bav Gould even eII for a middle 1idcId name namewithout WJDewit1J namewithout
without ut getting into the divorce courtsAnd courts courtsAnd courtsAnd
And Shakespeare said Vrhats in a aname aname anameCIncinnatt
name nameCIncinnatt Cincinnati CommercialTribunt
Army an and Navy NavyService NavyService NavyService
Service Orders OrdersARMY
ARMY ARMYThe ARMYThe ARMYThe
The f following ol towing changes than rs In the sta stations stat10Ds starlions ¬
lions and duties of officer of th thCorps tAe tAeCo theCorps
Co Corps of Engineers are ordered orderedMajor DrderedXaJor orderedfavor
Major GEORGE P HOWELL fre freWashington from fremWa8hin fromsamhin6ton
Washington Wa8hin < ton to Galveston Tex and andassume andassume nd ndme
assume me charge of the river and bar harbor barMr herhoc ¬
hoc and fortification tortl catlonworks works la the theGaiveston theG theGalveston
Galveston G lve ton engineer en neer district reliev relieving reHevi reltevdally ¬
dally i Captain JOHN C OAKES OAICESCaptain OAKESCaptain OAKESCaptain
Captain OAKES will proceed to to On4lanatI dn dn4innati antlaatJ
4innati Ohio and assume charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the river rl r and harbor works in the theSecond theSecond theSecond
Second ClncinnatI4nglneer Cincinn incinnatf4 tr ngineerdlatrlet ngineerdlatrletrelieviDI slneer district dlstrlctrelieving districtrelieving
relieving lieutenant Colonel JAMES JAMESWARRB JAIESG
G WARRB W ARR of those dutiesMajor duties dutiesEngineer dutiesMajol
Major ROBERT R It RAY RAYMOND OXD from fromEngineer fromEngineer
Engineer School with the First Battalion Bat Battalion Battalion ¬
talion of Engineers and at the post postof polltor postof
of Washington aahi on Barracks District of ofColumbia ofColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia to Wilmington Del and andaasume a andassume ncl nclaaMnne
assume harge of the river and andharbors andhrbors andharbors
harbors works in the Wilmington Wilmingtonengineer Wnmln Wilmingtonengineer DII DIIe
engineer e district and of the funds fundsand fu fuplopPrty
anndoperty and property pertaining thereto re relieving relieYhtg relievhtg ¬
lieving Captain LEWIS II RANDCaptain RAND RANDCaptain RANDCaJMaitt
Captain RAND will proceed to Wash Washington WashOD Washington ¬
ington OD Barracks District Dt rlet of Coium CoiumFirst CoIUInFlnot Columbia
bia biaFirst
First Lieutenant WALTER ALTER B EllLIOTT EL ELLIOTT ELLIOTT ¬
LIOTT Seventh Infantry to Depart Department DePArtment Department ¬
ment of California CaliforniaThe CAHfomiaThe CaltfornlaThe
The following folluwln transfers at the leque request requestof requestof t
of the officers offt < concerned are ordered orderedFirst OIOeledFtr orderedFirst
First Lieutenant WILSON ILSO G HEATON HKATONfrom HEATONfom HEATONfrom
from Thirteenth to Second CavalryFirst Cavalry CavalryiFirst Cava1 Cava1First
First Lieutenant WALTER AIITER H NBILL NBILLfront NEILLroM NEtLttfrom
front roM First to Thirteenth Cavalry CavalryFirst Cavalry11nt CavalryFirst
First Lieutenant DAVID L ROSCOE ROSCOECrom ROSCOESeeond ROSCOEfrom
from Second to First Cavalry CavalryNAVY CavalryNAVY CavalryNAVY
NAVY NAVYLJt NAVYLj NAVYLicdent
Lj Licdent LJt c JIaItt unt V S HOUSTON detached detachedcammund detaebedCIIAII detachedc
c cammund CIIAII fld Iroquois and continue other oth other otherdutteJ ¬
er erdutteJ erdutteJW dutiesEnsign duties dutiesEnsign
Ensign W E E RENO detached d New NewHampshire NewaDd NewHampshire
Hampshire and treatment Naval NavalHospital NavalHospital aYai aYaiHospital
Hospital New York YorJ4 N Y YPaymaster YPayMaater YPaymaster
Paymaster H R R INSLEY I SLEY resignation restgnaifeas r ras
as a paymaster paym ater in the navy accepted acceptedto aoeet tto
to take tak effect December 31 TOOL TOOLMOVEMENTS 1XOVEHENTS 1109MOVEMENTS
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS VESSELSARRIVED VESSELSARRIYED VESSELSARRIVED
ARRIVED ARRIVEDSterling ARRIYEDSt ARRIVEDSterling
Sterling St at Guantanamo GuantanamoSAILED GuantanamoSAILED GuantanamoSAILED
SAILED SAILEDNanshan SAILEDn SAILEDNanshan
Nanshan n from Cavlte for Yokohama YokohamaTacom YokohaMafrom YokohamaTaeomrz
Tacom from Port Limon for Bocae Bocaedel Boca8cIeI Bocasdel
del Toro My XayOOwer cower from fro Santo Do DoSandy Domhhhgo
mhhhgo 18 City for Havana Idaho and andXi8I andMississippi
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OF RUSSIAN NAVY NAVYSecretary NAVYSecre NAVYSecretary
Secretary Secre ary Meyer Compares Comp res it With
Jaoanese in His HisTestimony i iTestimony
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Secretary Meyer M yer of the Navy Depart Department Depertment Departmeat ¬
ment has a very poor opinion of theRussian the theRussian be beRustIan
Russian navy according a ording to a report of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his testimony te before the House H Naval NavalAffairs NavalA18 NavalAffairs
Affairs Committee made m de public today todayWhe tedayWJtea todayWhen
When Whe I was ambassador to Russia Russiasaid RU8IasaW Russiasaid
said Secretary Meyer the two tvOods meth otiiouk methods ¬
ods of condiredng CORCId tlnb navies were demon demonstrated demonstratecl demonstrated ¬
strated In the extreme The Russian Russiannavy RU58IIInnavy Russiannavy
navy was a navy which did not have havethe haveUte havethe
the highest t military efficiency efficlenc It was waspoorly waspoorly waspoorly
poorly run by b the bureaus while the theJapanese theJapaoele theJapanese
Japanese navy was a navy which was wasalways wasalways wasalways
always seel sestiug ing i the highest military ef efficiency efficieDcy efficiency ¬
ficiency and preparedness for war under underall 1I1H1eraU underall
all circumstances cllCUIm ctrcum < stances In one case there therewas therewas therewas
was a tremendous dividend for the thei tilemo themoney
i money expended ed in the other case the themoney theJIIOIIe7 themoney
money was thrown away awayMr ayXr awayMr
Mr Meyer was arguing for greater effleieocy ef efficiency eCfteIeJIcy ¬
ficiency In his department and andto proposed proposedto
to get It by his reorganization scheme schemeThe schemeThe heHte heHteTJte
The committee has not n t indicated what whatcourse wltatcovne whatcourse
course It will take in the matter matterGRIEF matterGRIEF matterGRIEF
GRIEF CAUSES SUICIDE SUICIDENBW SUICIDEEW SUICIDENEW
NEW EW ORLEANS RLEA S Jan 6 GTlte The body of ofthe oftM ofthe
the VII Y woman who committed sui suijcide 31Iidele suidde
jcide dele at West End a laky ak 3 resort report has hasbeen hasbfoen hasbeen
been identified ideatitied as AStbat that th at of Miss FrancesAllen Frances FrancesAllen l lAIleD
Allen formerly fOneyorst formerly of St Louie Grief over overthe oyertM overthe
the loss of P an eye is tlieonly tbe nly motive motivewhkh JBOtivewhkh motivewhich
whkh heir bt sister can suggest us est for her herruicide berde hersuicide
suicide de
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iss Martha Bowers Will Be Presented to Society SocietyBy SocietyBy SocietyBy
By Parents at Large Reception This Afternoon Afte noon
Washington Social Set Pays PaysHomage PaysHomage PaysHomage
Homage to Solicitor Gen Generals Genera ¬
erals era s Daughter DaughterMrs DaughterrV DaughterMrs
rV Mrs rs Horace Westcott andNumber and andNumber andNumber
Number of Debutantes DebutantesWill DebutantesWill I
Will Help Receive ReceiveThe
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The Solicitor General and Mrs MfrsLloyd MrsLloyd liInLloyd
Lloyd G Bowers will present their theirdaughter j I
daughter Miss Martha Bowers to toWtuJblRlton j jWashington iWashington
Washington society this afternoon at ata atta t ta
a large reception r eptloR at their RhodeIsland Rhode RhodeIsland IUwdeI
Island I > hlnd avenue residence j I
Mrs Horace Westcott Ve tcott will receivewith receive receivewith rCelvewith
with Mrs Bowers Bow r and a her daughter daughterand j jand Iand
and a number of the seasons debu debutantes debutantes ¬
debU1
tantes will also assist including Miss MissHlldegarde MiaBn4e MissHhldeaarde
Hlldegarde Bn4e rde Nagel Miss MI Allc Alice 1106 Boutell BoutellMiss BoutellXi BoutellMiss
Xi Miss Margaret Worthington Mis YI Miss E Edora Eu Eudora Eudora
dora Clover Mis Xl Mies Gladys Hlnckley HlnckleyMiss HinckleyMiJI HiackleyMiss
Miss Mary McCauley Miss I Sophy SophyJohnston SopbyJobnstoJi SophyJohnston
Johnston Mis WI Miss Laura Merriam and andMiss 800XI andMies
Miss XI Adelaide HeathMrs Heath HeathMrs HeathKr
Mrs Wiekersham l1R wife of the At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney General and Mrs John WFoster W WFoster r rFeete
Foster < will preside in the dining diningioom titRlngro diningroom
room ioomThe ftLThe roomThe
The house will wi be prettily decorat decorated tlee9rattNI decorated ¬
ed for the occasion with pink k reee reeeand ro rosesand e ea1t4
and ferns fernsMiss ferasXI fernsMiss
Miss XI Bowers wlil be daintily gown gewned gowae4I gowned
ed In white satin with Ith an overdress overdresscarry oVflrdret
t tulle encrusted In crystals and WIn WIncarry willcarry
carry pink roses Mrs X Bowers will willwear willwear willwear
wear a handsome gown of yellow yello sat satin satin t tiR ¬
in with overdraperies of shaded yel yellow yellow yeilow ¬
low and brown marquisette marquisettePresident JDarq1lbtettePre8i marqulaettePresident
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President Pre8i et Attends AttendsThe AtteDdsMaa AttendsMan
Man 8f the Her HerTM HourThe
The President tent occupied the Presi Prnsidentlal Presidential P e8I e8Identlal ¬
dentlal box at the the Belasco Theater last lastevening a8tey lastevening
evening ey tng accompanied ed by Mrs T Taft f t and andtheir aadtheir andtheir
their son Charles and Miss X Elisabeth ElisabethParsons ElisabethParw0R8 ElisabethPomona
Parsons s of Columbus bide a niece Ieee of ofMrs oCXn ofMrs
Mrs Tart and a house guest at theWhite the theWhite tMAhlte
White House The box wa was draped with withAmerican withAmerican itJt itJtfta
American ltag fta flags and decorated with withpofcocettia wkkttla withpoinsettia
poinsettia ttla blossoms blossomsMtes oMI blossomsMks
Mtes Helen Taft returned to Brys BrysMawr BrynMawr n nXawr
Mawr yesterday 7et my to resume her studies studiesRobert tuGIMRobst studiesRobert
Robert Taft returned to Yak on T Tday Tu Toesday t tday
day evening eveningMr eveningMr
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Mr and Mrs G Geese org Widener of ofPhiladelphbi 0Phllaclelpbla ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia have arrived IR w wton Wasi Wasiton WasMng WasMngi
i ton and are spending a few days at the theNew UteNew theNew
New Wlllard W larcI HotelOdes Hotel HotetOd HotelOdea
Od Odes n Korstmann Rom entertained tertaJned a party partyat partyat partyat
at dinner r but evening enlD4f at the New VII Wlllard VIIlard U UIanJ ¬
lard lard In honor of Mr and Mrs George GeorgeWidener GeorgeW
Widener W ideaer of Philadelphia Mr Beret Horstmann Honnmana Beretmoon I
mann and his guests attended the
Bachelor cotillion co after the dinner dinnerMfee dinnerXIN dinnerF dinnerMks
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Mfee Eva Field daughter daughter of Mr and andMrs ADdXD andMrs
Mrs W S Field was married to Clyde ClydeM ChdeM ClydeM
M Hamblin of Brooklyn N Y Tuesday Tuesdayevening Tueedayevenin Tuesdayevening
evening at the home of the brides bridesparents brldesparents bridesparents
parents 1984 Catvert street eet the Rev RevDr R RevDr v vDr
Dr W L L Devises DerriesSi rector or St Xarks XarksZ arks arksailscopal
Si Z ailscopal > U copal I Church officiating In the thepresence thepr thepresence
presence pr of a small gathering of rela rehntives relatives reJattve ¬
tives and friends friendsThe frlendsIbe friendsThe
The bride who was unattended wore worea woregnbeautiful
a gnbeautiful beautiful gown n of white wbtt satin em embroidered embroidered 111 111bnJI ¬
broidered bnJI m tn p pearls owith aHer Her long tull tulle veil veilwas Tellas veilwas
was as arranged with a wreath tb of lilies of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the valley ley and she earri eanied outna a a 1HHIgeot 1HHIgeotel bwMttet bwMttetof
of Bride roes and Kites 1i1 of the valley
A small reception followed the wed wedding weddl wedding ¬
ding dl ceremony and later in the even evening eveaMr evenbig ¬ I
big Mr and Mrs Hamhtta left Wash Washington WMhIngton Washhrgton ¬
ington for a Northern wedding trip
They lb will reside in Brooklyn N T Tv TMrs YMr I
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Mrs Mr Gertrude rtrude Gosischalk G It8chalk of Chester ChesterPa Cbf ChesterPa teor teorPa11
Pa Pa11 Is the guest of Mr and Mrs LouisNewmyer Louis LouisNewmyer Loutse1Jllyer
Newmyer NewmyerMiss e1Jllyer
r S SMis A I IKIM
KIM Mis Ldba H HCiIJco Hger hhger r who has been beenupending be8tpen beenand
upending pen Bhih th the holidays in Phitedepwt Phitedepwtand Pldlach2phiaaD
and Balthnore has returned to her hoove hooveinformal hJIDCX h jtne jtneMrs
hJIDCI I
X Mrs FIemIIIg Newbold boW was M tfCH be at ataD atan
aD informal luncheon yesterday ye In tohonor inhonor I
honor of Mrs William W DfsStsn Df of ofDiaaer ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PhIIacJeIpbtaDiaDet PhiladelphiaDinner I
Dinner Praty PrrtyAt i iAt
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At Chilean Legation LegatioaThe LegationThe
I ITbe
The Minister from Chile CbiIeCrurr and Mme MmeCruz MmeCry
Cruz were 1IPer hosts at dinner last eveail eveailTheir evening eveningTheir even evenbear
Their guests were ece Xr and Mrs Justice JusticeWhHe JusticeWhite I IWhite
White Senator and Mrs Root Root Mme MansNabuco MmeNabuco Me MeI MeXabuco I
Nabuco the wife of the t e Brazilian am ambassador ambalSador ambassador ¬
bassador the British ambassador and andMrs andXr andMrs
Mrs Bryce Brye the Argentine eDtine Minister and andMme andXme andMme
Mme Portela the Swedish minister and andMme aMMme andMime
Mme Lacrcrantz IA Pfcrantz the minister mtnl t from fromNorway fromXorway fromNorway
Norway and Mme Gude the Spanish Spanishminister SplUtishIDtee Spanishminister
minister IDtee the Marquis of VHhxlobar VillaJobar Mr Mrand Xrand Mrand
and Mrs John W Poster Fo ter Mrs Hen Henderson HenderOl1 Henderson ¬
derson Miss Jane Riggs Rig f Alberto AlbertoYoacham AI AlbertoYoacham erto ertoYo
Yoacham Yo cham secretary of the legation tiotl and andAlejandro andAlejandro I
Alejandro Hergutoeo H < o of the legation legationstaff JegaUoD8taIC legationetat
staff staffEatertaia 8taICEaterta etatEntertain
Entertain D Party PartyBef PartyBefere PartyBefore
Bef Before re Bachelors Cetilloa CetilloaXl CotiionMr s sMr
Mr and Mrs Richard Hariow were wereamong wereamong ere ereaJllO
among aJllO the numerous dinner hosts hostslast oc o olast
last evening entertaining before the thebachelors Ut Utbaehelors thebachelors
bachelors cotil cotillion at a the yin Wiihud WilacdXIS WiihudMrs I9ard I9ardMrs
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Mrs Benjan Benjamin hi Micou has cards out outfor outfor outfor
for a bridge luncheon I11DC eOn on Friday Frida Janu January January January ¬
ary 14 14Mrs 14XI 14Mrs
Mrs A A C C Tyler accompanied ccompa 5ed by her herdaughter berd herdaughter
daughter d bter Mrs Marshall has arrived in inWashington InVoa8 inWashington
Washington Voa8 ington front her summer summ r home in insession inNew
I New London Coon aDd has taken pos pos8e88ion peasession
session of the hoi home e 17SS M street street wbichshe whichshe which whichshe
she has leased for the season acssonr acssonThomas seasonThomas oon oonTJIomas
r
Thomas W Symons jr who spent spentthe spentUte spentthe
the holidays with his parents Colonel Coloneland OGIoneland Coloneland
and Mrs Symoas Symous has returned ret rned to o New xe
Haven Con where he Is a at atI
I I Yale University tntver Q I
Mrs GuidetDuryee GuJdetDu was hostess at a adinner adinner
dinner party last evening eventn for her young youngdaughter youngdaugbter youngdaughter
daughter Miss Marie Duryee preceding precedingthe precedlnlthe precedingthe
the Bachelors cotillion at the New NewWillard X NewWillard ew
Willard WillardAnnouncement WillardAnnouncement 111ard 111ardAnnouncement
I
Announcement is made of the wed wedding wed we4din wedding f ¬
ding din > of Miss X Fannie B Slater a laid laidCharles JHl JHlCbarl d dCharles
Charles Cbarl V CIoskey The marriage took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place at noon yesterday in the parson parsoaag parsonof parsonage
ag age of the Calvary Baptist Church the thepastor therastor theyastor
pastor the R Rev v S H Greene offcfett offcfettMiss DKdatia oftctetb oftctetMiss
b ia
0 0Xis
Miss Grace M Taylor Ta lor and Ire M MIngalls MIngalls
Ingalls were married last evening e ninb at as So S Soclock Soclock
oclock o elock in the parsonage rsonage e of the First FirstCongressional F tst tstCongressional
Congressional ioRaJ Church the pastor tor the theRev theRev theRev
Rev S H Woodrow officiating o lclaUng in the thepresence thep thepresence
presence p e of a small party of relatives relativesand relativesand relativesand
and friends friendsThe f fThe ftlendsThe
The German ambassador ambaSsatlor accompanied accompaniedby
by Major von Livonius of the embassy embaseystaff em emstaff embassystall
staff left Washington WL this morning for forNew focXe forNew
New Xe York where they will remain retll Jn until untilSaturday 1IfttllSaturday untilSaturday
Saturdayo SaturdayCounte8 SaturdayCountess Saturday SaturdayCountess o
Countess LuiseAlexandra von Berns Bernstorff 1Bernstort Bennstorlf
tort is spending several days in Phlla Phlladelphnu Plllladelpbia Philadelphia
delphiaMrs delphnu delphnuHiis delpbiairs
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Is Guest At White House HouseMrs HouseXIS HouseMrs
Mrs Cartes 7 rle arses Anderson of CiaclnnUsister CincinnaU CincinnaUsister CfAclnKUtister
sister ftl f Mrs Taft will arrive aniveat at the theWhite tlte1fte theWhite
White 1fte goose Saturday Her daughters daughtersthe daU daishterathe Rten Rtenthe
the oi Mfa ees es Anderson will iII join her there therelater tlterelater therelater
later laterMiss laterMiss laterMiss
Miss Pauline Dickm Dlck non < son n of New York Yorkwill YDrkwill Yorkwill
will be the guest of Miss ElsIe McLean McLeandaughter leLeanIia McLeuxdaughter
daughter Iia bter of Capt and Mrs Walter Mc McjLean MeJt8n McLean
jLean Lean t U S N at the Navy Yard for forI forlliew forthe
I the lliew week ken end ends
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f ld l L U J i iIISS
MISS IISS MARTHA BOWERS BOWERSMiss BO BOWERSNLiss RS RSlVli55
Miss Merriam Entertains EntertainsParty Entfrta EntertainsParty ns nsParty
Party ofYoung of Young People PeopleMiss
Miss 111I Laura bier x an ill daughter er of Mr Mrand Xrand Mrand
and Mrs W it R R Merriam was among amongtheee IUIIORgtM amongthose
theee who entertained a number of ofyoung ofyouar ofyoung
JIter
young people at dinner before the theBachelors theBaeJteIen theBachelors
Bachelors cotillion at the Xew Willard Willardtest Willardlast
test evening H Her r guests were Miss MissCoeke MJssCoeIIe MissCoke I
Coke CoeIIe her aunt aunt who chaperoned the theparty tbfIpart theparty
party part Wise M Mary McCauley Miss Conatanee Con Constance ConIItaQee ¬
stance Hoyt Miss Eudora Clover Miss MissCecelia MissC MissCeectia
Cecelia C May ay Miss 1 Adelaide Heath Miss MissGladys MiseGlady MissGladys
Gladys Hfocktey Capt Van V Voorhis VoorhisLieutenant VoorbiJILieutenant VoorhisLieutenant
Lieutenant Sweet Lieutenant Comman Commander Commander C omman ommanButler ¬
der Butler > r Dr Breckenrfclge Brecke Bayne BayneWfllnun BayaeWBIIam BayneWilliam
William H H Emory Jr Hilard Owen OwenGerald OwenGerald OwenGerald
Gerald May and William H H Merriam MerriamA MerriamMr MerriamXr Mc McMr
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Mr and Mrs Brutish Jennies had hada 1Iada
a company of the young yO friends of theirdatashier their thendaughter theircla4ItPater
daughter Mists X Katherine Jennings and andMum aDdMt andMis
Mum Gladys Gl JS Parrisb b their nteee dining 4baIawith diningwith dintngwtth
with them last night ht before the Bachedo Bache Bachelors BIdteIon ¬
Ion do doMks
lorsMiss
Miss Katberine Kat Efetee was w hostess 1Io8t at ata ata ata
a dinner for young p people last evening eveningntter eveDmclater eveninglater
later taking her guests tt tb > the Bachelors Bachelorsdance BedIeIonJdallCe BachelorVdance
dance at the WUlerd WUlerdThe WWfontThe WltinrdThe
The Marcia Burns Bur Chapter of the theDaughters theDa theDaughters
Daughters Da e of the American Revolution Revolutiongave RevoIutIoIaave 1 1have
gave ave a reception recept Oll yesterday yesterdayto afternoon afternoonfa 1IeIDOOD 1IeIDOODhoDOf
fa honor of Mrs Matthew Matthewdtgeneral T Scott the thepr tbet
pr sld titgeneral t ral of the society attGe attGerate at the thehome theheme
home rate of of its vice regent r t Mrs Junaa 111 JuDowell C CDowell cDowell
Dowell to which were invited the rescents re rexents re rent8
scents nt8 of of the several chapters In the theDistrict theDIstrict theDistrict
District of Columbia ColumbiaAssisting ColumbiaAssbrtlng ColumbiaAssisting
Assisting the hostess bo eM Mrs Dowell DowellT in inreceiving Inreceiving
receiving T h1ng the guests ta of the chanter chanterwere c cWfrf
were Mrs Daniel Lothrop of Concord Concordj Concordla Concordies
j Maes i the founder of the Society of ofthe oftbl ofthe
the Children ChUdrewa of the American mer1caD Revolu Reevolulion Revolution Jtevo1ItJoa ¬
lion Mrs n Ellis Logan n regent t of the thei theehapt thechapter
i chapter ehapt r Mrs Margaret Ballard Moore MooreMrs JilOItJnIrS MooreMrs
Mrs W J Ethel Mrs Frank Lteyd LieydAverts LteydAverfll UeydAverlll
Averfll Miss XL Stewart Mrs Frank Ful Fuller Fuller ¬
ler and Mrs rs Charles M L P Pepier wier T trtsiding Pf Pflridl rr rrtrtrting
siding lridl over the dining room were er rs rThomas rsThomas foTboma
Thomas W Smith and Mrs Frederick Frederickvon Frederickvon k kvon
von Dacbenhaueen Dachenhau n ass assl4abeth assist It M by Mivs MivsI 1t8 1t8babetb
I l4abeth taabeth Dowel MiMI Elizabeth Sfeedd SfeeddMiss beddMiss
Miss Edna Shcxhy and Miss Norlta Norltawere SmitaL Norita Noritaepper
L epperThe epper epperThe
The Vice Pre deat and Mrs Xrswere Sherma Shermawere
were the honor guests of tn tile Secretary Seereteryihuit SeeretaI7of
of the Navy avy a Mrs Meyer at dinner dinnerlast
last ewenmg evening 1Dg The guests invited invitedmeet si rto rtomeet to toMrs
meet them wer were Attorney General sige aRd aRdX
Mrs X Wickcrsham Wlck JIJbam Senator GaJHnger GaJHngerRepresentative Ganin8rRepre Ga > ge
Representative Repre entatke and Mrs n Foes 1ON Rear Ad Admiral Admiral Admirai ¬
miral and Mm amwright W Waln t Rear R Ad Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Swift Mrs Potter Palmer Miss MissMabel MissMabel
Mabel Boardmao Commander and lsfi Mrs MrsPhilip KnIPhtllp s sPliinp
Philip Andrews Captain and a d Mrs Regi Reginald RegInaJd Regisaid ¬
said Nicholson lcholtO Dr 1 and Mrs Wltaaer WltaaerThe WilmerThe 11mer 11merThe
The German Ambassador Ana Ambassador and Countess Countessvon Count Countvon Countesswon
von Bernstorff Bem tortr had as their guests ts at atdinner
dinner last evening entr before the Bachelors BachelorscoUlMon Bachelorscotillion
cotillion at the New ew Wfllard Baroness BaronessRosen
Rosen wife of the Russian ambassador ambassadorSenator ambaaemdorSenator
Senator and Mrs Elkins Senator and andMrs andrs
Mrs rs Burrows Bur Mr and Mrs Tjawrenc TjawrencTownsend T
Townsend Representative ntattve and Mrs Mrsi XIIfWeeks MrsWeeks
i Weeks the Naval Attache of the Aus AustroHunjrarian A1I8troH AustroHungarian =
troHunjrarian troH rlan Embassr Em and Baroness BaronessPreuschen BaroneaPreuschen BaronessPreuseben
Preuschen tb tJ < 9 Counselor of the Japa Japanese Japa1M8e laparsese ¬
nese Embassy and Mm Mme Matsoi John JohnRtdgeiy JohnRt4kely JohnRldgely
Rtdgeiy Carter American minister mtnlst T to toBucharest
Bucharest and LIeutenant von Bruen BruenMr
tug 0 the German em embassy embassyMir ta
t
Mr and Mrs Robert Robert Roosevelt R eater eaterpie eaterubted
ubted a denier company companyt oC peoo
t pie k last evening for their daughter a er Miss MissOlfEa i k
OlfEa OI Roosevelt M prece precedtaa inR the th BacheToxs BacheToxsrotillion BacM BacMtotI111on BacheorIccotillion
cotillion rotillionMiss totI111onMiss cotillionMiss
Miss Kirby KirbylEaterUins KirbyEntertains
Entertains Eaterta D At Dane DaneMiss DasceMiss
Miss Florence Kirby Kirby dauihr dau i r or < f Mrs MrsThomas 3frsThomas > 19 19KirbY
Thomas KirbY and Miss 1 EHteabeth Elizabeth Bou Bouvier Bouvier Bonvier
vier Walsh the debutante daughter c1au of ofMr orMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs Charles Harper li er Walsh Walshentertained Walshentertained h hentertaStted
entertained a company of young people peopleat OpIeAt
at 2 dance last evening at the residence residenceof re
of Miss ief Kirby on I street streetThe streetThe
The house e was effectively decorated decoratedwith eeoratedwith decoratedwith
with Christmas Chrlst greens ns and red roses roseswith roseswith
with lth a huge h centerpiece fnt rp1ece of poins poinsettia ttia on onthe onthe
the diningroom table wheae wbe a buffet buffetsupper bu4fet bu4fetUpper bagelsupper
supper was served at midnight midnightI naidnightMies midnight midnightM
I Miss M Kirby Kim received r ved the guests wear wearI WeArIIIJ wearlag
I ing a becoming Ing gown WJI of white whlt to satin satinembroidered Un UnMRbrokle
aa aaore
embroidered MRbrokle m In pearls o owore and Miss Walsh Walshwore h hwore
wore ore white white crepe crepe de chine with crystal crystaltrimmings crystaltrlmmiO crystaltrimrnirigs
trimmings trimrnirigsSenator trimmingsSenator S
t tSenator z
Senator and Mrs Min Carter Cart of Montana Montanawere Xoatanwere Montanawere
were hosts at dinner last Ia evening evea In hihonor Inhonor Inhonor
honor of the American Minister to Den Denmark Denmark Denmark ¬
mark and Mrs Egan The additionalalguests additional additionalgnests ad ttlona1 ttlona1guests
guests were Dr and Mrs Lennox Mr Mrand Krand Mrand
and Mrs lrs Selwyn Taft Mr and Mrs MrsElmer XrsElmer MrsElmer
Elmer Murphy John Carter and Hugh HughCarter HughCrler HughCarter
Carter
I
Mme MmeHer de Mejssner Meiss nerlntroduces Introduces IntroducesHer IntroducesHer
Her Niece Miss Radford Radfordto
to Society Today TodayBaroness TodayBaroness TodayBaroness
Baroness Elizabeth Rosen RosenWill RosenWill Rosenr RosenWill
r
Will Assist in Receiv Receiving Rfceiving Receiving ¬
ing ing GuestsMme Guests GuestsMme GuestsMme
Mme de Mehwaer will introduce her herniece hernleee herniece
niece Mills Mary Radforfi daughter er et ofMr f fMr
Mr 1 and Mrs Mrs Stephen Kearney Rad Radford R Rford Radford ¬
ford to society this afternoon attenaeo at a tea teaat teaAt teaat
at the residence reM4e ee of Mrs JohB D Patten Pattenon PatteR PatteRon
on R street streetThose KreetTboe streetThose
Those assisting Iag Mme M de Meam MeJwncr I er r aad aadthe aadthe andthe
the debutante in receiving vfill itll be beBaroness beBaro beBaroness
Baroness Baro e81f Elisabeth Rosen RGMD daughter cUw sht r of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Russian iunbassdtr Miss X Ruth RuthPilling R1ItIt R1ItItPlIJIDl RuthPiling
Pilling Miss Evelyn Carpenter Miss MisElsie I IE MissElsa
Elsie E Downing Downl Mills Dorothy Gardner GardnerWilliams GenlRermtm GardnerWilliams
Williams mtm Mte M1M Georgia Lyoa of Yyon Yyonhost Y9Rhust Yyenbuustr
host hust Va Mrs Russell eIl Locke of ofCharleston orChacleRon ofCastlemon
Charleston S C who to the 1Iofieof house qju cuest cuestof e t tof
of Miss 0 Radford for f < a few days dapPatten Mrs MrsPatten MiraPatten
Patten and Mrs Radford RadfordPresiding RadfordPre RadtordPresiding
Presiding Pre m In the dining room will be beMrs beKira
Mrs Albert C Janin Jan Mrs ra Seaton SeatonSchrceder SeatonSdrc SeatonSchroeder I
Schroeder Sdrc wife of Rear Admiral A Schroe Schroeder Schroeder Schroeder
der Mrs Randolph Code and Mrs MrsCharles Mrslaries
Charte Charles H Campbell CampbeUi CampbellMiss I IMhss
Miss Radford will b be becomingly OeeominglygoWJted oecomi y ygowned I Igowned
gowned In white chiffon over white whitesatin whtt8satin whitesatin
satin and will carry a cluster of lilies liliesof Blissof iIi iIiof
of the valley val Mine hne de Metes gown gownTrill gownwilt OWJI OWJIviiI
Trill be of black velvet and thread lace laceand lace laceand laceand
and Mrs Redford will wear embroider embroidered br er ercd ¬
ed champagne colored c crepe crepeHold a de dEBachelors chin chinBachelors
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Bachelors BachelorsOf Hold First FirstOf FirstOf
Of Seasons Cotillons Cotillonsevening CotiIlonsThe
The AnK of tile three exclusive V8 ger germane J Jglv
mane glv gtvenTh that JUItoe autocratic tte organi organisation
sadoA the Bachelors Wall danced DrIUIi1 ed last lastevening
evening e la the ballroom at the Wittard WillardMrs j jMrs
Mrs W J Boardman acting a as hoetees hoe hostess ¬ I
ten for tv the committee received the theguests theguests
guests with Cot Montgomery OIIccomerY Macomb MacombAocord Xacombi Macombthe
tile vice president t or the duD ACC AocordI According Id i
iDf to a tinehonored ODored custom the com comIIItttee committee
I mittee mUte each year selects etect a hostess from fromand frOllresident fromresident
resident drcles dr > clea of society for their Slat ftrKdance Slatdance
dance from diplomatic for the theand second secondand
and from official life for the third nIThe and andfist indhwc
fistThe fist hwcThe
The M Marine rin Band furnished the music musicand cand musicand
and the ballroom was beautifully deco decorated dec0rated decosated ¬
rated for ute occasion with palms ptee pteebranches JIRebraJld Idnebranches
branches braJld smilax and red roses and andpoinsetUa adpoiI andpoinsettia
poinsettia poiI again respecting a time timeworn timewont timeworn
worn tradition of following a a red or orChrtatmas orChristmAc orChristmas
Christmas color scheme for the Srstyellow first firstthird anlt7ellow
yellow fOr the second ad pink for the thethird thethird
third of the functions functionsSupper tuncUocSupper functionsSupper
Supper was served WITedat WITedatfuU at sonOL beatui beatuifnlly beeudfully
fully fuU decorated rated tables just before the thecotillon tileootllkm theoottilon
cotillon which trim began about 1J 1Jt 1 3 octock octockCapt ocIockCapt oclock
Capt Sherwood 8be erwood OOd A Cheney U LS LSaid S sal A Aa
al aid a U J Mandevflle Carl Carlisle kstdteg kstdtegAmong IIIgAIDOIIfi leadingAmong
Among the favors fa VOS which wl were typical typically t tby ypicaI ¬
ly attractive and which followed the thesame theame he hesame
same color scheme shown tibo in the theratioDS deco decorations decorations ¬
rations were paper boas sttv sliver r f framr frames framesfanf framesrani
fanf and garlands lands of flowers for thewome the thewomen thewomen
women collarettes cottarotten to match tell the t bS bSItver iassilver s ssilver
silver match boxes leather tnvriing tnvriingcases tnniinJrcaes trivthngcases
cases aad garlands s of ik 1Ioar > wrs the theaacti he heJD4II heea
JD4II JD4IIl ea eaFanctiea
Fanctiea l aacti H Proves PrevesTndy ProvesTruly
Truly D Distiactie Distinctive stiactive Oae OaeThe OaeThe OneThe
The gathering bertag was a truly tr lj dteUn distIAguIsbed distinguisbed
1 guisbed one distinctive di of all the thetlOIIS lane lanetiona functions ¬
tions of this exclusive dub a num numPbudelphia A1IIBber auaaber
ber of society ty leaders frosa New York YOCkPhiladelphia YorkPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Baltimore aDd even Aiicago Chi Chicago Chland ¬
cago and Boston coming to Washing Washington WasbbltOIL Washington ¬
ton especially Uy for the occasion aug augmenting au auIMnting augrnenti ¬
menting rnenti the representation repre eJltation from Wash Washingtons Wa8 Wa8Ingtons Wasiiingson ¬
ingtons ingson w smartest official diplomatic diplomaticand dlplousaticaDd diplomaticand
and resident circles circlesThe circlesThe circlesThe
The member mem of the committee CC for fori forthis
i this year are Gist Blair president eRt CoL CoLt CaLMontgomery
j Montgomery lODt ery Macomb vice penal president penaldent ¬
dent dent Frederick H Ii Brooke BcookeFrankl secretary secretaryFranklin secretaryFranklin
Franklin Frankl H Ellis treasurer Command Commander ¬
er defend Davis U S S N James Man Mandeville Mandeville Mandeville
deville Carlisle R William Imam F HKt and andCapt andCapt sadCapt
Capt Sherwood A Cheney CheneyThe CkeDeyne
1 1The
The Danish Jllt Minister tster and CoamtnnsMeltke Countess CountessMottke C CX
Mottke X entertained at dinner last evening even eventag eveDIn
tag at their handsome hand legation on up upper 1IP 1IPper upper ¬
per Sixteenth street streetTheir streetTheir streetTheir
Their guests were the AnstroHun AnstroHungadan AustroHuJlgadan AuntieHangadann
gadan Ambassador and Baroness Hen Hengelmuier HengelmuJ1er Hengelmuer
gelmuier the Secretary of the Treasury Treasuryand Treasuryand Treasuryand
and Mrs rs MacVeagh Mac V h the Portuguese Portagueseminister portugueeef Portugueseminister
f minister JDIaI Senator and Mrs Aldrich AldrichRepresentative Aldrkbt
I t Representative R ntatlve nd Mrs Longworth the theNaval theNaval thet
t Naval Attache of the French Embassy Embassyand Embasyand Embassyand
and Viscountess VI Dtess Benoist dAxy Mrs MrsRichard XISRichard MrsRichard
Richard Townsend Baroness Elizabeth ElizabethRosen EHzabthRo ElizabethRosen
Rosen en daughter of the Russian R an ambasR ambassader ambas ambassador ¬
sador Miss Janet Fish FIsh Capt Archibald ArchibaldW Archibaldw
W w Butt and Roberto Centaro Centaroof of theItalian the theItalian theItalian
Italian embassy The company after afterward afterward alterward ¬
ward attended the Bachelors IOCS dance danceSenator daDceSenator danceSenator
Senator Dupont and II4l his sonmlaTr sonmlaTrand nIR sonlalawand 1aw 1awADd
and daughter dPb ter Mr and Mrs F B BCrownhvsbiekl BCrownlnib BCrownindi
Crownhvsbiekl Crownlnib end were among a those enter entertaining entertab1in outertaming ¬
taming > dinner hner parties par before the Bach Bachekws Bachetors Bachelors >
ekws cotillion last evening even asking askingdistinguished a adistinguished sdtstingutshed
distinguished company to meet their theirhouse t theirhouse telr telrhouH
house guest Mrs Joseph Stickney of ofNew orX ofNew
New X ev York YorkMiss YorkXi8S
M1 M1Miss
Miss Sybil Wilder i of Auburn i 1C Y Vwill Ywill Ywi
wi will arrive in Washington V I lcton on Tuesday TuesdayJanuary T1IesdayJanuary TuesdayJanuary
January 11 to be the guest of Rear RearAdmiral RearAdmiral Rea ReaAdmiral
Admiral and Mrs Chester Miss Cor Curnelia Cornelia Cornelia ¬
nelia Wilder will arrive in Washington Washingtonat
at the same time and will be the theof guest gruestof guestof
of the Misses Fitch daughters of hief hiefEngIneer t < < hief hiefEngineer hle hleEngineer
Engineer and Mrs FitchMiss Fitch FitchMiss FitchXis6
Miss Henrietta H enrlett Fitch will entertain at atan atan a aan
an Informal tea for young people in inhonor tnhonor dohonor
honor of the Misses Xtss 6 Wilder on Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day January 13 13
Th The Young Lady Across the Way II I
The y young younglady 0 It R Rlady
lady across ffc ffcway the tifeway theway <
way says sa she shek sllek skeknows
knows k no n 0 TVS IV S her herfather k herfather B r rfather
father never invests in invests invests ¬
vests in water watered watered watered ¬
ed stocks be because because because ¬
cause she over overheard 01161 01161heafd overd ¬
heard heard d Rim sty stythat saY saythat
1 that that th t with allthe all allthe allthe
the securities securitieshe slicuritieshe
he had on hand handhe ha hahe handhe
he didnt didn didnt t A have haveA haveanything OOJlBanything haveanything
anything bear bearing bearing bearing ¬
ing the slightast slightastresemblance slightastresemblance slight ast astresemblance
resemblance te teliquid i41liquid toliquid
liquid assets
1 1EAt
I I EAt At Homes i ii SZiCIe SZiCIeMrs Society i iXrs j jMrs
Mrs James J F Burfeour an aIIII Miss
Barbour will receive iatounoily Frmars Fdlkls rids
in JaaaaryMfrs January JanuaryMrs JaJt1IMyMr
Mrs Harris wtt wt of c Heal Admiral wdraIH8Rry AntralHenry
Henry T T B 11 Harris HariI will receive r ce the
Fridays 1r ya in ItaXl January JanuuyMrs JanuaryMrs
Mrs Green day Goodies Goe WIll n t t re receive re reee receive ¬
ceive ee today but IMItwtn win be b Mat at boric the theretnaah ther theresdi
retnaah r resdi lag > s Thursday5 Thursdays durtog the Uteat Mason Masonat >
at her residence UMnr UK Sixteenth street streetMrs streetMrs
Mrs P J Lennox wife WIt of Dr Du Len Lennox > iniox
niox nox JIox or the
of Catholic University wilt receive re rethe
eele tomorrow from 4 to t oclock at at
the TorontoMrs Toronto TorontoFrank TOIOIItoXra
Mrs Jonas Parsons
W1IIcox w be at
home informally the Fridays is Jaxu au
17 at 1M Tw TwentySriR Street 8treetx StreetM StreetMrs
M
Mrs x Lowden wife wtf Gl Repra ve
Frank O Lowden who wb on hacentiy baa just re
cently ce tly arrived In W Wmaining anI an I
opened their residence Oft bu
BoIttc op avenue fow the season aee wcl WIll net be beyhome
st yhome home until t TIIoeedap is PdKu
r3 ar
r3MI
MI George BIiM and Mbs Bees will
1te at home this afternoon aa die re
maining RU g Thursdays in January Januaryi JanuaryDean T TMrs JanuarysMrs
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Mrs W IL Woodward and Xn B 1L
Dean will receive today and the NMair
Jag ng Thursdays in in1tIrs January JanuaryTe JanuaryMrs
Mrs MAttingly MAttinglyTo
To Receive OH Fridays FridaysMrs FridAysXrz FridaysMrs
Mrs Samuel SuauelXattiagly Mattingly and Mm David DavidJanuary Urtr rd
D Porter will not receive toIBec tomrrrr anu anuJanuary anuJanuary
January 14 14mally 14put Pat whit be at home infer 1IaomaIIy infertally
tally to theft friends on Fridays Jan January 1aDuary January ¬
uary 21 l andMrs and 28 28Mrs So Sor r
Mrs X Laagfttt tt Mrs X Burden and Mrs
Conner ConnerMrs et the wroa Barracksnet Barracks
will net receive this attetooon attetooonMrs entOeIL entOeILMn
Mn Rayner wie eC Senator Bayae I
win receive this aenMHNL a tertwoa at t HIgh HighMrs
laMe laMeXIS
Mrs Carter Carterthe ari8l wife e of sato Seaatewill eane
will receive today after 3 odock fo
the Ant time this season She triro win wi
have receiving with her the American
Minister to Denmark and alldMn Mrs Egan Eganand Eganand
and Miss Carmel CnDeIMrL Car net Egan EganI E a aMrs
I Mrs George Sutherland wife eC Sena
tor Sutherland of Utah will ill not receive receivetoday recets
today bat will be at hone hWBatmaJU hWBatmaJUm iuSsemalFto Jh Jhto
to her friends the reJll8i111 r Tkuredas
m baJaltuary hi JanuaryMrs January Januarytoday
baJaltuaryERealJs
Mrs ERealJs Weggamaa a will not r rceive ro roceive
ceive today but will be ax home on onMrs
Thu Thursdays January J Daa 12 and 3 3Xn5 3iMrs
Mrs ofgIdaho Heybum Heybumburn wife 0 Senator Hey Heyy
burn of Idaho o will tli receive toda todaSenator today y from
3 to C oclock o eIoeIt at t Stoneieigii Stet eI CourtF CourtMrs Court CourtMrs ctr
F r
Mrs Robert Htecktey Hiac Hiemtckdy dey w4U W win u receive the th ir
Wednesdays W In January Januaryt JanuaryDate 17 17I
t io ioDate j jDate
Date Changed ChaagedFer C ChangedFer ed edPM
Fer Mrs Iit Fitzi Pitzamoas tinons mo s Reception ReceptSeoMrs Rec ReceptionMrs a aMrs
Mrs Ward A Ftt FI1DhamolliS hnmone will not b bbut b bat bat
at home tOMOrOW but will receive on onI onJanuary onJanuary
I January JanuaryMrs 2L 2LIrs
Irs igga Wife or Senator Brigqs BrigqspC s
pC 0 New ew Jersey y ha has returned te Ras Rasr Wasn Wa n naDd
r togton and iand will receive today and the theremaJniag th theFridays
remaJniag i Fridays of ofJaBuary ofJaBuaryMrs January Januaryi Tan1llU7i
i i Mrs L L B B Sworaistedt S srtH receive inEermlhr in iriferBMlly inuy
ferBMlly today t ad on Jaaoary 3t 3ttb 3tt MMrs
t xn I Irving Hu1IR Hall Dunlap wilt r rOM recely recelythe
OM tb Wednesdays of tS the e sensesMrS season seasonI MeOILI
I Mr x Henry Frank Xoore Moore will reei reeiThe eceh receivthe = ecehth
I the th hat two Fridays rrida or January TaInIar7I TaInIar7The JanuaryThe
I i
The College C Womans Club will be aDoane a ai to
I hoIne to Its members Frida Fridays ill Janare Jan 1 1I
i I ary from 4 to S oclock o clock at the Woman Womanbuilding W9lDa1lbu Womanittdtngug
building bu i 15 I streetMrs street streetMrs
I Mrs Thomas W StdweU win be host hostI Aostess t teS
I ess tomorrow At 5 ockH octoch Mrs L LB1Ifbe V VBnsbey R RBushey
Bnsbey B1Ifbe will give an 1r n riual < ruial talk upon uponher uporrher
I her recent experiences in England Englandwhile Eagiandwhile Englanddwhile
while investigating the conditions of th thworking thworld littworking
tworking working world women womenThe womenThe womenThe
The crab which is composed of alumnae alum alumnae lumRAe
nae of the various colleges and univeratties univer universities 1II1h 1II1hsitlel ¬
sities < of the country is planning pIa sa a at attractive a atractive attractive ¬
tractive program for f the winter winterMrs tec1rlrs winterMrs
Mrs Blair BlairAt BlairAt BlairAt
At Home This TIl s Afteraa Afte AfteXr Afteraerz AfteraerzMrs s sMrs
Mrs John F F Blair will receive receivethis receivEhis receivethis
this his afternoon aftenaOOlLMr afternoonMrs
m m mMrs
Mrs Mr Shively wife of Sonrter t Sirely Sire Sfcively SlthEI
I ly of Indiana J will 111 receive recelf814 today at atilSIS at11Slt at1St
ilSIS 1St I street northwestMrs northwest northwesti
II I
I i Mrs J J Llshtfoot IA htf90t wia receive in informaiiy inI informally
I formally inRaU today todayMrs t tx
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I Mrs x Albert Gieev GIves s and Miss MissGleaves XIIsGleaves MissGleaves
Gleaves will be at a home this tWsater tWsaterI after afterMrs alternoon
noon DeOBt noonSirs
I DeOBt t
t Mrs rs Herbert Waoswertk Wad w8rik win receive re receive r rcehe ¬
ceive this afternoonMrs afternoon afternoonMrs at atJrs
Mrs Butiwus wife of Senator Burrows Bur Burrows Burrows ¬
rows rows will receive this afternoon from
3 to i edeck edeckMrs vdeckMrs eJ4 Ck CkMrs
Mrs Ben de ICier Miller and Mis MisFrances llss llssFraltC4S MipsFrances
Frances Miller win not be at homo un until until until ¬
til toe lat two Fridays in January JaiMIaryXrs JanuaryMrs
F FMrs
Mrs J IMen llen Foster aDd Miss 8 Pierce Pierceof PleictDC
of the Fortner will not be at home anoie timorrow to tomorrow t tmotIOw ¬
morrow bet will receive e on January
14 14
14Prof r
Prof Raymond Mrs Irs Raymond Ra and andMiss andbs andMiss
Miss bs Raymond wilt be at home Fridays Fridaysduring Fridaysduring
during the seascoHdirs season SEfUIIOILMrs
5 5Iffrs
Mrs Taggart TaggartWfll TaggartWill TaggartWIl
Will Receive On Wednesdays WednesdaysMrs W edt ays aysih
Mrs ih H T Taggart and her 1Ierters daugh daughters daughters ¬
ters Mrs M rs Snaky Bacon and the Misses MlesesTaggart MissesTajrgart
Tajrgart 1 rt will receive inforawsay on onWednesdays onWednesdays
Wednesdays W rs January Jan 19 I and aMXIS andr 35 35Mrs
= r
Mrs XIS b trs Bacon will leave e Washington on onmeet onFebruary onFebruary
February t for Slut Fr Francisco to meet meetDr metDr meetDr
Dr Bacon Booon U S N who is at present presentcruising K8IeJ1tc presentcruising
c cruising in foreign waters Dr and andMrs anqXrs andMrs
Mrs Bacon will ill spend the gyring season MaSOnat semenat seasonat
at Coronado do Beach Cal CalMrs CatXIS Cald CalMrs
d +
Mrs J J D Young You and Miss Robyn RobynYoung RobynYOUIIg RobynYoung
Young will receive on Wednesdays W in inJanuary inJanualY inJanuary
January JanuaryMrs JanualYXrs JanuaryMrs
Mrs Bryce wife of the British am ambassador amDassador ambassador ¬
bassador regrets that that she Will not be beable btable beabbe
able to receive her friends e on Friday Fridayafternoon Fridayaft8BOOB Fridayafternoon
afternoon January J JanuaryMrs l lKns 7 7Mrs
Mrs Charles G Thera and Miss MirsFrances Xt MissFrances < s sFnuaeee
Frances Thorn will receive the Thurs ThursI marsdays
I days ta JanuaryMrs January
1 1rs
1 1
Mrs rs William L Marshall wife of ofBrigadier ofI ofBrigadier
Brigadier General Marshall U S Swill A Awill AAwnl
will be hostess at tea this afternoon at ather ather ather
I her residence on Bancroft place in inhonor inboItor inhonor
honor of her sister Mrs Preston Pr Ark Arkwright ArkI
I wright of Atlanta Ga who Is v visiting visitingher Yisitlngt ttfng ttfngher
t her herI
I herMrs Mrs John A Johnston wife of Gen Genera eJiera 4 4cent
era era Johnston Iobn ton and Mr XI W Co C Langfttt Langftttwife LDlftttwife Langanwife
wife of Colonel LangHtt will pour tea teaat t2In teain
In the dining din room Others assisting as lstinwill assistingwill
jwfll will be Mrs Crawfoid wife of Genera GeneraCrawford Genfra1Cwford GeneralCrawford
Crawford Mrs Judson I wife of CotonFt CotonFtJun Colon CotonlJudson T TJudson
Judson Mrs Bailey wa wife > of CoJom CoJomBailey CotoneBaIleY ColoneBallet
Bailey Mrs Barden wlt wife of Major MajorBarden XajQrIIaJcJeft MajorBarden
Barden X Mrs Morrow wife of Mai Major MajorMorrow ajr ajrMorrow r rMorrow
Morrow and Mrs Russell Harrison HarrisonAmong HarrIIIonAJItODII HarrisonAmong
Among the young ladles who will a asist asI as assist
sist m In dfepensto the he honors of the or orcasion 04cuIon O Ocaaion
casion will be Miss M Martnena Harrison HarrisonMiss Harrnonx HarrisonMiss
Miss x Julia Heyl Miss Dorothy Langfitr LangfitrMiss Lan LanganMiss ftt f fMiss
Miss Margaret C C Brooks and Miss MISFMaitland MissMaitland I IXaitJand
Maitland Marshall i ii
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