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PINCHOT URGES CONGRESSIONAL CONGRESSIONAL CONGRES CONGRESSIONAL ¬
SIONAL ACTION ACTIONIn
In Ute address he delivered before teferethe beforethe beforethe
the National l Civic Federation in sup sapport suppoet support
port of coaservatioB CORservat OR Gifford Gi foriPi Tiachotwho Tiachot Picbotwho c otJOO
who has been deposed as Chief For Forester Foce Forecter ¬
ester e < ter struck a note that will add to tothe tothe tothe
the already great strength stre gtk he 1teMs ias as ia iathe 1atbe inthe
the eyes eves eyes of tSclco tAccottBtry try He spoke oat oatfor outfor oitfor
for prompt OJBpt action by Congress in in the theeffort thefftoct theeffort
effort to save our natural atnral tural resources resourcesHe resourcesHe resourcesHe
He took a stand in support of Presi President President President ¬
dent Taft and the recommendations recommendationsthe reoolftme datio datiothe
the President has made for legislation legislationImpressing 1egi6l legiehtionImpressiig tion tionImpres5iBg
Impressing his J u3 s auditors profoundly profoundlywith pcofotloolywitk piofoundiywith
with Bis earnestness he urged urge that dif differences liiferences lifferences ¬
ferences be laid aside and the pending pendinginvestigation tRdiagnves endiRgnvestigation
investigation nves tioll be not allowed to o inter interfere iRterfere interfere ¬
fere with the patting putti g through throug of ade adequate adequate a4eplate ¬
quate legislation legislationPointing MWJ 1eistiou 1eistiouPointing tioR tioRPoiHtiRg
Pointing out that t public JMl lic sentiment sentimenton
on the subject S41 ject of conservation COBServst Olt is awake awakethat awake awakethat awakethat
that the principles priB iplffi sought n may ay be writ written writtea writte ¬
ten te into iato law Ia or that th t the t e chance may maypass maypass mayIftss
pass and agreeing in general with the thePresidents tltePres thePresidents
Presidents Pres tleats recommendations Mr Pia Piachot Piaebot Pinchot
chot said saidThe s saidThe id idThe
The President urges that the meas measures Measures meanures ¬
ures he recommends shall be taken takenup takenup takenimp
up and disposed of promptly without wlUtOutJlwaltlag withoutawaiting withoutawaiting
awaiting the Investigation which has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been determined upon I echo his de desire desire desire ¬
sire There can be no reason to await awaitthe awaltthe awaittile
the result of the investigation before beforeacting beforeacting beforeacting
acting on these measures They stand standby standby standby
by themselves In the face of this thisgreat thisgreat thisgreat
great great opportunity let us go further furtherand furtherand murtherand
and so far as these issues are con concerned COftcerned concerued ¬
cerned let us disregard the contro controversy controers controversy ¬
versy ers altogether in a general effort effortto effortto effortto
to secure w what t every good citizen citizenearnestly citizenearnestly citizenearnestly
earnestly desires desiresIn desiresIn desiresIn
In this willingness w wiI1innes lli s t te rise above the thecontroversy thecontroversy thecontroversy
controversy between himself maelf and Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Ballinger BaUiB Baliner er and promote in every everypossible evcryOs8iWe everyposibk
possible way the cause of conservation conservationMr COBScrra OR ORIr
Mr Ir Pinehot shows s himself im lf a broad broadgauged broadga broadgaii
gauged ga gaii e man and an net a narrow partisan partisanHe p partisanlie rtiS8R rtiS8RHe
He feels what is undoubtedly undouittc ly true that thatall t thatn1l at atall
all hands nds must take hold and help if ifthere ifthere ifthere
there is to be due protection nrotectioa of the thenatural tReatllral thenatural
natural resources rcs6urees of the nation Par Particularly PardcuJady Parjcularly ¬
ticularly at a time when it seems that thatCongress thatCon thatCongress
Congress Con CS5 is disposed to disregard if ifit ifit ifit
it can the wishes of the country for forconservation forcOD forconservation
conservation cOD enoat OR certainly when many manymembers JlNLIIYntlJltBeTS nanynenibers
members of it are bent on blocking blockingnecessary WDekiagry b4ockingDeeenry
necessary ry conservation legislation sJation seek sttchutterances ttCutterulces seekutterances
utterances as those of Mr Pinehot Pi eHt de deserve deene deserve ¬
serve commendation e and may mv well ell con constitute COIIf constitute ¬
f stitute the guide g ide posts for fe all sup supporters supporters sepporters ¬
porters of oft1te the great movement MOveJ eRt to towhkh teh towhkli
whkh h k the lermer rmer Chief Forester is isdevoted isdote4 isdevoted
devoted devotedMR dote4MR I IMR
MR CANTR1LL GETS HIS HISWIRES HISVIRE HISWiRES
WIRES VIRE CROSSED CROSSEDThe CROSSEDThe CROSSEDThe
The kindly eritie of Kentucky has hashis ashis hasIns
his wires kes crossed J Campbell Ca tpbell Can Cantrill CalltrillkJlOWR an antrilkuown
trill trillkJlOWR known throughout tT 1tout the Ohio val vally valJy val1y
ly for iMIIis his gentle e tle speech and nel nell4oas nelJq0 I IHlolIS
l4oas Jq0 tones ieResis is off the key Says he heto heto
to a breathless House HotI of Representa Representatives ReprcseJltatives Represenajives ¬
tives yesterday y anent an article in inThe i iTJte inThe
The Son4lay StHfey Evening Times Tin + en OH the theHurley UtenuleJ theBtrIe
Hurley BtrIe Tobacco Society SocietyTfeere S SocietyThere eiet eietT
There T re has never been a tin tqe > e in the the1istory theHst Uiel
1istory Hst l of Kentucky Kent ky when whe her people peoplewere peopleere peoiewere
were ere more prosperous JKI Sperous than now nowplenty JH JHthan newthan
than when hea there w was MOre peace and aa4p andplenty
plenty p nt and harmony among the thecitizenship tltecit1 thecitlzeship
citizenship cit1 sht of e tn Ute State than at the thepresent thert thebresent
present rt nt tiMe ttmeThe tiMeTIw tinleThe
The Sweet S et Singer Si of f the Btee Grass Grasssliouid Gras5should Crassshould
should get et in touch with it the governor governorSavsthe governorSas overn r rs
Sas Savsthe s tile latter January S 19 INS INSXcJtlucky 1OSXentuckys S SKentuckys
Kentuckys tobacco to ceo market Jlt rket has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been nearly destroyed and its indus industries IndusUiescrlpt industries ¬
tries Uiescrlpt crippled le4 We e have lest lestiiil Jestl loottad
iiil l our liberties and are helpless helplessAnd AetplessARtI he1lessAnd
And since e the day dayoi davo1 of that proclama proclamation proclamation procinma1io ¬
1io tion from the executive of the State Statehrlpfess StateJdpiess Statebelpiess
hrlpfess farmers defenseless women womenand womella
and a little babies Bies have been murdered murderedc murderodtOctober
c October O l 108 murder has been at attempted attfMpted attcnipt ¬
tempted tcnipt October IDOl and tobacco tobaccocraps t ttococr tobaccocrops
craps cr have been burned January January1910k
1010 1010Sings 1910k 1910kSies
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Sies Sings i Mr Cantrill further furtherThe fllrt furtherThe er erThe
The awpresne court C4 ii In no n State of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Union svrvasses for Intelligence Intelligencehonesty IRtelUgeaeebeltetJty intelligencehonesty
honesty and integrity < the judges j1Mig 8 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the supreme court of r Kentucky KentuckyBut KentuckyPMt KentuckyPNt
But he does not deny denv JlY in counter countermelody COtIRtermd9d countermelody
melody md9d that the presiding pre5idi f chief justice justicehas justicehas justicehas
has not hesitated to criticise c tieise the thegovernor tilegoYelJHK thegoernot
governor for calling ca out troops tr to stop stopmurder siepmurder sto stomurder
murder and arson or to intimate i tim te that thatthe thatt thatthe
the executive c ecutive acted at the behest of ofthe it ofthe
the Tflfcacee TeN trust trustThat trust trustTl trustThot
That strain sttai again as Shakespeare Shakespearesays S akc Sbaieseare Sbaiesearesays re resays
says it bad a dying fall But Btitfori space spaceforbids spaeeforbids
forbids Only why 111 does not Mr Can Cantrlil CaKtrlil 1ntrlit
trlil M d some real denying tleR while ltile he heis eis lieis
is at it itWhy it itV itVb
Why V deesjrt fteSlI does nt t he deny fle ly that tJt t sales seJosr salesrecords salesrecords
records r of tobaeeo t eee are the only ftgures ftguresanybody ligurossiybdy es esax
anybody ax l Hiv gets is paid by 8 WX y doesnt doesnthe doesKthe doesntbe
he deny k y that t1t th the MRSWI ftl oowty board boardof oor oorof boardof
of oMitrol euntr eeHectttl from the growers growers30jfXX growersSlOtOO ers ersjGJOD
SlOtOO 30jfXX > far the warehousing wareheuBi g c f tobacco tobaccovhkh to accow1aiclt tobaccovbick
vhkh cost naMy a II j QOOO MXMt QOO t Wkyd
d Ch doesnt esnt Rt he heBut Ite IteBut beBut
But But whats w ts the use It was a sweet sweetig
Ig ig sung mg in a low and soothing tone
r rened
and the levity levity of nations was height heightened heis heighteneil t ¬
ened by it it Only why should this thislight thisl this1i1lit
light l 6 t tenor of the limpid Licking Lic cut cutoff cutoff cutoff
off some of his lilt with the t e scissors scissorsCan scissorsCan scissorsCan
Can it be that he would not have the theprosperous t1teprosperous theprosperous
prosperous people of the Seventh Scvell Seventhtrict l dis district district ¬
trict read how he joined tobacco tobaccowhisky to aceoW tobaccowhisky
whisky W isky and horsoracisg as the great greatindustries gretindustries gr ° t tindustries
industries of a a State never so pros prosperous rrosperouS T0S T0Spous ¬
perous perouS as now 1 He should let the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole of his song g neat oer en 11 ex expectant e epcctant cxpectant ¬
pectant Blue Grass B tIt It wiH nod and andbend a abend andbend
bend and send back its sweetest sweetestcuckoo fnootostcuekuo sweetestcuckoo
cuckoo cuckooDEATH cuekuoDEATH cuckooDEATH
DEATH DEATH OF AMBASSADOR AMBASSAD R JOA JOAQUIM JOAQUIM JOAQUIM
QUIM NABUCO NABUCOIn
In the sudden R death of SeA < Joaquim JoaquimNabuce JOftui JOftuiNahuc Joaquintabace
Nabuce abace the Brasiiian raiIi R ambassador alllks aclor to tothe totile tothe
the United States the tlHt tb Diplomatic Corps Corpsin CorpsiR Corpsin
in Washington Vaslti has lost one ef its ksablest itsablest itsablest
ablest and most brilliant members membersand melM membersand ers ersaJNl
and the Brazilian K nation has been de deprived ieprivecl Je1wived ¬
prived of the services of one of its itsstrongest itsstro itsstrongest
strongest stro t patriots p triets and oe of its fore foremost forenost ore oreJH ¬
most public puW c men Ambassador A cIer Xabueo Xabueodied Na Nadied Nabieodiet
died at the age 8e of sixty and white whitehe wbuiehe le leDe
he bad lately JAtel been i R failing health healthit
it was was not ne generally appreciated 8JtPlCCi ted that thathis tIMItBiB thathis
his condition co was so serious and it itwas itwas itwas
was believed he would live on for many manyyears uiy uiye mssyyears
years years e rs to give the aid of bin intdl i intelligenCe intelligenCeto tel ence enceto eJteeto
to the fostering f g of those t 08e improving improvingrelations ilRproi ilRproirelatio iinproiiirelations
relatio relations s between bet Cell the republics repttW of Latin LatinAmerica LatiAAmerica LatinAmerica
America which have lt ve marked the last lastdecade tdecad lastdecade
decade His m loss is a misfortune to tohis t tIt tohis
his It is country and te the cause ee of Pan PanAmerican PaRAmeri PanAmerican
American an < amity amityIt amityIt amityIt
It is not always recognized in this thiscountry tJtisCOURtry thiscountry
country that t some of the worlds best bestscholars btostsc1w1rs bestscholars
scholars ard yI tl diplomats have com r eme me for forward fOlward forward ¬
ward in iT the Latin LatillAmerietuI American countries countriesAmbassador cOURtriesARtbaS58dor countriesAmbassador
Ambassador Xabuco was s a polished polishedscholar poIiositedscholar polishedscholar
scholar and a profound one one a brilliant bdlliaatJT brilliantwriter brilliantwriter
writer JT teraM and a diplomat who would have havebeen Ryeneen havebeen
been a credit to any a Y nation Director DirectorJohn DireetorJo1m DirectorJohn
John Barrett of the International InteIBtLtiotlalBureau InternationalBureau InternationalBureau
Bureau of American Republics sums sumsup stllItSup sumsup
up his strong g qualities in this fashion fashionMr fasJiORXr fashionMr
Mr Nabuco abuco undoubtedly uHleu tedlyo was one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the most profound proCtHI scholars that has hasever heer hasever
ever represented a LatinAmerican LatinAmericancountry lAUnAmerlcancountry LatinAmerIcancountry
country In foreign fort > lga lands H He had an anexceptional anexceptional anexceptional
exceptional knowledge of inter international International International ¬
national law and affairs aft ir He was aa the themaster themaster I Imaster
master of many J1tn different languages languagesgreat JaDguagettand languagesand
and he was a brilliant writer upon a agreat agreat
great variety of subjects ranging rangingfrom rIn rInfrom rangingfrom
from law to o poetry poet 0 His name will willgo willgo willgo
go down in history as one of the thenotable t tDotable thenotable
notable men of PanAmerican prog progress KoSress progress ¬
ress and relationship and always be beknown bekno beknown
kno known n as one of the foremost t states statesmen stateaJDen statesmen ¬
men of Brazil and Latin America AmericaAmbassador AJperinLAmbactldor AmerIcaAmbasador
Ambassador Nabucos services sen e5 to his hiscountry hisCOWttry hiscountry
country were many aad important Not Notthe Nottlte Notthe
the least 1e st was 5 the t e work he ijid id in the theeffort ecffoct theeffort
effort to bring bri g about the abolition ab iit OR of ofslavery ofs1aTcry ofslavery
slavery He was a i sincere 8 MeTe believer ia iathe JIthe inthe
the idea of promoting better bett relations relationsamong relationsamong s samong
among the republics of the Western Westernworld Westernworld Ve8telRworJcl
world and he did much tIe for that cause causeNo cattieXo uoe uoeNo
No mark ot 01 o respect foe f the t e memory memoryof MeMOryof memoryof
of the dead man which kic this t is Govern Government GOTerJIJDeRt Government ¬
ment can show s will be amts amiss in con COHsideratkm COItsiclerat consideratloit
sideratkm siclerat Ott of his it high character c raeter ana anaqualities andfltllllities zn znqualities
qualities and his dtstingMfciied dtstingMfciiedachievements distiRgMi distingniedachievements < Id Idacltiev
achievements acltiev meJtts in drawing the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and the LatinAmerican repub republics r rub rubJics publies ¬
lies closer together togetherWOMEN togetlterVOMEN togetherWOMEN
WOMEN MISS A CHANCE TO TOSHOW TOSHOW TOSHOWWHAT
SHOW SHOWWHAT WHAT HA T THEY CAN DO DOThe DOTIte DOThe
The small vote cast by women of ofBoston ofBost ofBoston
Boston for school trustees does not nottend DOttCN notfend
tend to prove provewDatjs whatfe so often claimed claimedby cltti ckimedby ted tedby
by advocates of woman WOIR8 suffrage suftraget suffragethat suffragethatthey that thatthey tlt tltt1tey
they will take keen interest in State Stateand StateaDd Stateand
and municipal affairs if given veJltlte the suf suffrage sffrage suffrage ¬
frage There is no department pnJMent of the theeity t thecity e eeity
eity government which should concern eeneemwomen ee concernwomen eel1l eel1lWOIBeB
women more vitally than the manage management DlaJl8geme managemeet ¬
meet me t of schools Here if anywhere anywherethey aBywlteret anywherethey
they t y should show that they tJte T appreciate appreciatewhat appreciatekat appreciatewhat
what kat their influence i ftuence can dpsaad iId demon demonstrate deBKmrate deannastrate ¬
strate rate by going g to the polls and voting votingfor Vetil Vetilfor votingfor
for the best men and a d the best meas measures meaaVlCS measarcs ¬
arcs how Ita they exercise e the right r ltt of ofsuffrage ois ofsuffrage
suffrage s ra e where they t y have it itIt it itIt itIt
It is but fair to say there was s tre tremendous treIReJHiovs treniendous ¬
mendous excitement in Boston over overthe overt1te overthe
the mayoralty election Meet but there is isalmost isalJltOst isalmost
almost always tremendous excite excitement excitem excitemeet ¬
meet m something to divert the atten attention atteBtioR attentics ¬
tics of voters from issues which they theyshould theyshook
should not neglect We de 1 JK believe believethat 1teIievetkAt believethat
that men if they tM were clamoring for forcertain forceria forcertais
certain political rights hts would miss JR so sogood sosood sogood
good an opportunity to tode demonstrate demonstratethat demonstratethat lt5tme lt5tmetkat
that they could use those t they had for forthe r rUte furthe
the good of the tJt community communityIt
It fe awfully hard to beat the high highprice highprice highprice
price game We thought the limit had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been reached in the matter of excuses excusesfor excusestor excusesfor
for further boosting but now comes comesalong comesalong comesalong
along the shoe man and rays he must mustraise mustraise mustraise
raise the tl1 price of shoes sbecause because meat meatJas JBethas meathas
has got so fcfeh igh that people are not eat eating eatIng eatlag ¬
ing it ana ar is m consequence eo the packers packersare packersare packersare
are not killing so many cattle Ci and hides hidesare hidesare hidesare
are scarce therefore the price of leather leatherlias JeatJterlias leatherhas
lias advanced That is to say if we wedont wedont Te Tedont
dont eat highpriced beef we have got gotto gotto gotto
to pay pa out a good P1 part c + what we gave gaveIM aVeI
IM l I the higher h her price for sl 8 > oes Can you youthink youthink youthink
think of any way way to get ahead of the thegame thetame
game gameGovernor tame tameGovernor 7 7Governor
Governor Harmon has declared him himself klmseK himself ¬
self against the national incorporation incorporationmeasure IncorporationMeasure Incorporationmeaeure
measure WWeh W1I4C rieh suggest the idea that thatI thatGovernor thatGovernor
I Governor Harmon has a strong suspi suspicion suepiclen suegldon ¬
cion don that bat the present t chief executive exec Uye ot otOhk 0 0Ohl otOhio
Ohio > Is s the man ma needed to sit in the theWhite thehite theWhite
White hite House and nd make recommenda recommendations reeommeAtlens recommendafloss ¬
floss t t9 Congress s on this < Ws and ether ethergreat othergreat Uter Utergreat
great national problems problemsTestifying pr problemsTestifying lems lemsTestffyjog
Testifying before the attorney gen general geeral g geral ¬
eral of New ew York j the milk mI price priceinquiry Kiceinqulry priceinquiry
inquiry George H Greaves a Braorae Braoraecounty Breo Brnoiecovnty e eeotntY
county farmer f said that scent t milk rattkwith milkwith muirwith
with the farmer receiving recetd 3 18 cents is ismaking JsRl8kI Ismakhig
making Rl8kI bankrupts of the farmers and andmillionaires andmtlltomlkes andmuh1onakes
millionaires of the middlemen mWIiemendenti Evi Evidently Evlclefttly ¬
dently denti Farmer Grooves GrfML YeS is working on onthe onthe onthe
the problem of living livingMrs IIvI IIvIrs livingMrs
Mrs rs Morse Iorse wife of the imprisoned imprisonedbanker imptisoRedbanker Imprisonedbanker
banker 1a ras as taken her r husbands 1I place placeia placeIn placeIa
ia the he financial world to earn the money moaeyto tJIOIteyto moneyto
to cancel all his Ja obligations an aDti estab establish estab1t5h estabItoh ¬
lish a new fortune She is I to be ad admired admired admired ¬
mired not only for her loyalty loy lty to her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband but also lo for her purpose to toestablish toeBtabllsh toMab4tsh
establish his honor as an honest man manJohn maJlJohn maaJohn
John D Rockefeller has 1tasseY6Jl seven deawt deawtwatching deputies deputieswatching deputieswatching
watching to see seethat that nobody harms him himThis 111mTRls isbnThis
This tAg of being g a monop monopolist Uet and andmultimillionaire aDdmultimillionaire andmultlnilltlonatre
multimillionaire is so expensive as to tobe tobe tobe
be discouraging dl uragiDi We would suggest t suggesta 1 t
a
however that If John will m cut the price priceof prIceof priceof
of oil heavily he h may ma be able to dismiss dismissa
a deputy or two twoThe twoThe twoThe
The reports of sedition in the Indian Indianarray Indtanarmy Indianarmy
army and of other othertroubles troubles in that that coins country eountr coinstry ¬
try tr come along with a a regularity which whichindicates whkhIndIetes whichIndicates
indicates England has other troubles troublesthan troubD8thaJI trouble6than
than those thoseofgenerai e of general elections electionsSecretary electionsS electionsSecretary
Secretary S retary MacVeaghs latest late bond talk talkwould talkweald talkwould
would seem to Indicate that there is as asyet asyet asyet
yet no IHttruce truce between him and Senator SenatorAWrich SenatorAJdrldl SenatorAidrich
AWrich AidrichLIqbt AWrichLight I ILight
Light Literature LlteratureFeast LlteratureFeastIn Feast FeastIn Feastli
In Current Periodicals PeriodicalsArgosy PeriodicalsArgosy PeriodicalsArgosy
Argosy Carries CarriesGood CarnesGood CarriesGood
Good Fiction Cargo CargoThe CargoThe CargoThe
The February number of the Argosy Argosycomes Ar1MYeome8 Argosycornea
comes to hand with one of the finest finestcargoes ftneetcargoes linestcargoes
cargoes of good fiction we have read readin readin readIiiaIoegtIme
in IiiaIoegtIme IiiaIoegtImeThe a long time timeThe timeThe
The Fare to Frisco is the title of ofone ofODe ofone
one of the complete novels In the ti e num number RIIMher numher ¬
her and outlines the tragic outcome of ofa ofan ofan
an a attempt to buy a a special rate ticket ticketU tickett ticketto
U t > the Golden GateThe Gate GtlteThe GateThe
The other complete novel in the num number number sum sumher ¬
ber te I entitled When Minutes Were WerePrecious WorePrecious YerePredotls
Precious This is a story of a lost l t Job Joba Jolta joba
a frenzied determination to do somo somotfctog JIOIIIetI something
thing a mighty m hty race rac for somewhere somewhereand 5 somewhereand niewitele niewiteleaRCI
and a staggering Sl t l ggering ering blow dealt in the dark darksurely darkreIy darknuely
surely reIy an avalanche of action that thatpromises tMtJJNH thatpromises
promises JJNH no end of ofthrllle thrilhr tftrfl which te in increased IR1ftL hireed ¬
creased < by the part J rt that a t swift motor motorboat motorboat motorboat
boat plays in the development deel Rteftf of the theptet theplot thepiot
plot piotThere
ptetThere
There are fifteen short stories in the thenumber theaumber thenumber
number every everyone one of them different differentevery dllrercntevery differentcvery
every one of them full of life l1 vim vim and andaction aMActioft andaction
action Perhaps the meet mo t extraordinary extraordinarystory extraordllarystory extraordInarystory
story in the lot is on entitled tit led Chased by bya bya bya
a Minute Hand an ingenious tale of ofhow ofbow ofbow
bow a sexton was literally lite II pursued pursuedaround ptIfIHIeda pursuedaround
a around the face of a clock dial by a agiant atfaAt agiant
giant hand Then UterI > Is another anotherHawkins aB anotherHawkins lherHawktll8
Hawkins story called The Hawkins HawkinsWallwteard Hawkl HawklWallwtzard HawkinsWalIwlzard
Wallwteard The Hawkins invention inventionaround IRventioRaround Inventionaround
around which this story revolves is a aeentipedal aeentlpedal acentipedal
eentipedal painting machine which w kh suc succeeds suce suceeds ¬
ceeds e in ruining a a rich mans house housean1 eaD houseani
an1 aD ends nds its career with Ith an ignominious ignominiousAt ignominiousdiss
diss At h out of to i window windowJoseph window1o windowJoseph
Joseph Ivers Lawrence Garret Smith SmithGeorge Sn SmIthGeorge tJt tJtGeorge
George M A A Cain Roy Hatetead Burke BurkeJenkins BvrkeJenktllS BurkeJenkins
Jenkins Fred V Greeise jr one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the younger yo er playwrights of the day and andStephen aIMIStephen andStephen
Stephen Angus Cox are among aMO I the theether tlMether theether
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ad the action revolves stout 2 lout a man manwho Jlt8nwho manwho
who starts borne to his wife with a aperfectly aperfectly aperfectly
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the mystery makes a most amusing amusingtale amu amusingtale lng lngtale
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ber are entitled On a Setret Mission Missionby MlSIItOuby Missionby
by xarie arie B Schrader and The Haw Hawkins HawJdfts Hawkiss ¬
kins kiss Cloud Climber by b Edgar Frank FrankOn FraAkibI Franktin
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The Interstate and Foreign Com Commorce ComMerce Cornmomce
morce Committee held its first cst open openhearing ope ope1tearl1ag openboaring
hearing today to consider the large largebatch 1atgeMtcb largebatch
batch of railroad bills that have been beenreferred lteenreferred beenreferred
referred to it since the session began begaaRepresentatives beganRepresentatives beganRepresentatives
Representatives Graham of Pennsyl Pennsylvania PeftR6yJ PeftR6yJvania Penasylvanla ¬
vania Shepard of Texas Hardwkdc of ofGeorgia oreert1a ofGeorgia
Georgia and Foster of Illinois IlJli s all allmade aUmade allmade
made arguments for bills hearing on onthe 011tlte onthe
the transportation tT8D portation subject which they theyhave tlteyhave theyhave
have Introduced IntroducedThe IfttroducedThe introducedThe
The committee then adjourned un until until until ¬
til Friday Frlda and Chairman Mann faftR an announced axnouJICed announced ¬
nounced that the railroads would be beheard Deefird beheard
heard on Thursday Friday Frf ay and andSaturday aDdSaturday andSaturday
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The Townsend interstate commerce commerceMil commercebill commercebill
bill which embodies the recommen recommendations recommendations recommendtions ¬
dations of President Taft Taft was not notbrought Dotbrou notbrought
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What Congress Did DidIN Di DiIN DidIN
IN THE SENATE SENATEThe SENATETbe SENATEThe
The Committee Comml tee on Agriculture had a ahearias a1teari abearing
bearing 1teari on the bill to allow George GeorgeWasnwgton GeorgeWacftI GeorgeWasidngtoa
Wasnwgton WacftI tton University the same s me Fed Federal Federal Fedcr8i ¬
eral aid as is given to State colleges collegesof colle cel1eesof es
of agriculture agricultureThe agricultureThe agricultureThe
The Senate Appropriations Committee Committeereported Committeereported Committeereported
reported the District appropriations appropriationsbill
bill and increased the House bill by byabout byabout byabout
about JTOOCOe JTOOCOeSenator iW it itSenator OO OOSenator
Senator Heyburn introduced a joint jointresolution joIntresolution joIntresolution
resolution calling for information as asto asto asto
to whether the customs house at New Newport Newport ew ewport ¬
port News had been ordered closed d in inhonor inItottor Inhonor
honor of General Lees birthday The Theresolution Theresoutlon Therenout1on
resolution was adopted adoptedSenator adoptednator adoptedSenatom
Senator nator Bcveridsc introduced the bill billfor billfor billfor
for Alaskan legislation
rs Eugene Hale Entertains Senatorial Social Set SetAt SetAt SetAt
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At Luncheon in Honor of Mrs James S Sherman Shern n nt
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Distinguished Disti guished Company Gomp i i1h i1hvited y In Inv I l lvited
v vited to Meet Vice VicePresidents VicePresidents VicePresidents
Presidents Wife Wifelocial WifeSocial WifeSocial
Social Calendar C ledar Today J Jeludes In Includes Includes
cludes Numerous Numerous Large LargeLunch LargLunch LargeLunch
Lunch Parties PartiesTodays PartiesT1HJy PartiesTedas
Todays social calendar ca1endarl Inciud1 Inelu4 Inelu4asmber a amber a1Hr
asmber mber 1Hr of large luncheon parties ad aadcry advery1ew nd ndveryfew
very1ew cry few large dinners on onaccouRt account of ofIte rOte Otthe
the Ite reception r at t0the the White House to toOH
OH T or r the Judiciary JudiciaryAn Jud1 judcIar1An
An important t midday function UnctIonthe was wasthe wasthe
the luncheon lu beoJt given by Mrs 1Irs EUgftt EUgfttHale + + Eugefle EugefleHale Eug EugHale
Hale Hale wife of SemUer Hale of Maine m mhonor hi hibonor l lhonor
honor of f Mrs ra Sherman wife of the1 the1Vice oM
Vice President A number of prsmfneBt pI8m prernijielithostesses t tho
ho hostesses 1 twsss of Equatorial 1ial clr clreIswere 0Irsii5 les were wereed
ed to meet Mrs Mt Sherman ShermanSmuel ShermanMinSamuel I IMFS
MinSamuel MFS Samuel Spencer Spe er entertained en tert 1I tefl a airty aparty aparty
party irty of young people today at ilt st her rert rertc
c on Massachusetts Massachusettsher avenue venueaskfbg venueaskfbgher askfng askfngher
her guests to meet Miss Luctte SchUT SchUTof sdaur sdauror
of London who is visiting her The Theparty TheJMLrty Theparty
party included Miss Marion Oliver Mis MisWhitman Ia IahltDtan MissWhitman
Whitman hltDtan Miss 1 Hubbel who is lstIt lstIthou tlwr tlwrhouse thOhouse
house e guest of the Attorney General Gerwraland Generaland i iand
and Mrs Wickershara MJss Carol New Newberry Newberry Newberry
berry Miss Constance Hoyt Miss s Chris Christine ChrllUne Christine ¬
tine Owen Miss Eudora Clover Miss MissGladys 101 101Gladys MissGladys
Gladys Hincktey Miss II Ruth Pilling PillingMiss PtIlIngMiss
Miss 11 Katherine Brown Miss Sophy SophyJohnston Sophy1ohnston SophgJohnston
Johnston the Misses Baxter the Mtases MtasesFlntey IIIesF1aJtoy MimesFinley
Flntey Mis f Miss Cleave and Mrs Xr H HSpencer H D Dr Db DSpencer >
SpencerIssue Spencer r
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Issue b ue Cards CardsFer CardsFor CardsFor
For Large Reception ReceptionMr
Mr tr and Mrs 1 Samuel J Ma Masters t rs s sSbtfeRth Mt MtSixteenth I ISixteezet
Sixteenth h street have Aavet teeeed ed ° card cards for foran teran f fan
an atnome OR Friday F evening eY January JanuarYfrbmn
28 28 frm SD9 to 1 M oclock oclockMrs cteek cteekMrs cleekxaflters
Mrs Masters WiD win rceve receive oq o the sec second Cond sacend ¬
ond and fourth Fridays ia IAHoltnMiry IAHoltnMiryr February FebruaryMr ewary ewaryMr
Mr r and Mrs Samuel lUll entertained entertaineda
a party at dinner last evetng ev a their theirresidence tAeIrreeldeRee theirresidence
residence on Rhode Island avenue avenueMr avCMnl8IIr avenueTMi
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Mr and Mrs Joseph Jo ePh Thropp Tarosip TarosiptaIIt enter entertained entertalsied ¬
tained at a dinner ot f sixteen rt8811 covers eo e1W e1We last lastte lastevening
e evening te honor of General erti aad Mrs MrsMiss ItGI MrsGillespie
GI Gillespie GillespieMio
Miss 1 Mio Baxter of r Elizabeth City X C Cis c ct Cis
is U the e nest of her uncle and aunt usitReni auntRear t tRear
Rear Admiral and Mrs H I Cone at atLe atI3s
3 I3s Lx Le Roy place placeMrs tIeceXrs placeMrs
Mrs Ordwfty OrdWA aad MISS Valerie Pd Pdford pMelford Padelford
8VaJerte
ford have Vi closed 8 their apartment a m mStoneietprh Incrt hiStoneiel
Stoneietprh Stoneiel h Court and have taken an anapartment AJtapaJtmeat asapartment
apartment at Carvel rVeI Hall Annapolis AnaapeUsMd Aa AaXd Annapolisxd
Xd f for r th Ute > remainder reMa of the sea aeaaenr oIIlIIvitatieD5 seasonInvitations
r I IInvitati
Invitati Invitations B6 RecaMed RecaMedBecaase RecaJledBecaue ReCaMedBecame
Became ef f Diptoaats Death DeathOwing DeathOIng DeathOwing <
Owing to the the d death ath of the Brazilian BrazWanAmbassador BnutIIaaAm BrazilianAmbessador
Ambassador Am r Jo J Jueqisium tq tm Nabisco abuco yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning teniaTmOrDtnf
morning a number of invitations were wererecalled wer werr wererecalled
recalled r l for entertainments that had hadbeen batbefl1 hadbeen
been planned for foryesterday yesterday afternoon aftemaanand afternoonand t tand
and evening eveningThe ev evThe even1ngThe
The Netherlands Minister and Mine MmcLoudon XmcLoudon MineLondon
Loudon who whcJ were to have entertained entertatDrinltff a aAmMs adInner
dInner nltff party isi boner of the JapaRCee JapaRCeea JapaisessAmbassador
Ambassador AmMs a oor and Baroness 8 UenMa Ue r red re reJed reil1ed
Jed ed their invitations la lnrdtatlons ftad tlacep tlacepj u
tJOa aIon j which Mafad x We de Lagererwatz Laie raitt wife wifeof wte wWeof
of the Swedish Sed minister mist was w to nave navegiven haye hayegfveit
given en yesterday afternoon at the tiMJ tiMJUon tue lega legation ega egaties ¬
ties was canceled canceledSenator canceledSenator
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Senator du ti Pont was among uneR amongnor tae dto dtoaer titADe
nor De hosts of last I evening asking ate Wsto isleguests ateguis
guests to meet the BritIsh BrIt Ambassador Ambaosadorand Ambassadorapd
and agel Mrs James Bryee BryeeA
A 1 1The
T The e Minister from r Salvador Wid r and Mme MmeMejia rlmfOXeJia MineMejia
Mejia were hosts at a box part party last lastevening tevening lastevening
evening bavin ba having among their theIrthe guests gueststhe gneststhe
the Minister from Guatemala Guatem 1a and Mme MmeHerrarte MineHerrarte Me MeHerrarte
Herrarte the minister from Honduras HondurasDr
Dr Lao Dr and Mrs Schultz and aadSanchez JUMiSlmche andSonchen
Sanchez La Latoyr LatoyrXr LatourMr tour tourMr
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Mr and Mrs Charles G Gtovor en entertained eRtertlaed entomtamed ¬
tertained a a party at dinner er met evening eveningr eveningMrs e eMrs
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Mrs Ramsey RamseyIs
Is Hostess At Tea TeaMrs TeaXrs TeaMrs
Mrs Arthur Ramsey Ram ey was hostojvat bost at atte a atea atea
tea yesterday afternoon ia honor ef efMrs CXIS ofMrs
Mrs Daniel DaD 1 Lotbrop and Mrs M Julius 3 C CBurrows C CBarrOW CBermowe
Burrows BurrowsMrs BarrOWIrs BermoweMrs
Mrs Lothrop Lot rOP who Is the ih author of ofFive oCFive ofFIve
Five Little Peppers gave an informal informaltalk Informaltalk rormal rormaltalk
talk during the afternoon afternoonMrs afternoonMin Ol1 Ol1Mn
Mrs Thomas L L Carter presided Itre l e at the thetea tltetea thetea
tea table tableThe
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The Secretary of the Treasury Frank Franklin FraItkUn FrankIts ¬
Its MacYeash te spending spendtnga a few few days daysin daysin
in New ew York YorkMtes YorkXi8s lorkMiss
Miss Isabel Clarke diir > daughter of Mrs MrsMatthews IrsMattbews MrsMatthews
Matthews W Clarke was hostess host at atbridJe a abridge abridge
bridge party followed by b a tea yesterday yesterdayafternoon re yesterdayafternoon terdcL I Iafternoon
afternoon in her apartment in the Connecticut Con Connecticut ¬ J
necticut in honor of her sisterinlaw sisterinlawMrs d sisterInlawMrs < I
Mrs George Geor e Y Clarke c of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaMrs PennsylvaniaMrs
Mrs Dickinson Dickmnomfe wife of the Secretary Secretaryof
of War and Mrs Matthew T TSeott Scott Scottpresident I Icnt Iprent
president cnt general of the D DA A R R will willassist willaMi willassist
assist Mrs WIlliam F Dennis prv4 prv4dtnt jX pmsildent ot ottJlt
dent tJlt of the Southern S Relief Society ia iareceiving iarece4vlnJ hareceiving
receiving the guests at the South rn rnRelief rnRelief iiiRelief
Relief Ball on Friday Frida evening January JanuaryH JanuaryThe JanuaryThe I IThe
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The presentation will be made by byRobert byPobert byPobert
Pobert Lee Lee Wallace Streater arid H D DFlood DFlood
Flood FloodThe F19GdThe FloodThe I
The entertainment committee is com composed compG8d coinposed ¬
posed of Major Holmes Conrad Col ColHilary ColIDtary ColHilary
Hilary A Herbert Gen Lindsay Lo Lomax Lomax Loumax
max Gen Marcus Wrlgnt Senator John JohnDaniel JohnDaniel JohnDaniel
Daniel Robert E E Lee Jr Magnus MagnusThompson MagnusTbomp MagnusTboumpeon
Thompson on John Selden W F Dennis DennisCol DennisCol DennisCol
Col Archibald Gracie Major Thomas ThomasHnacerford ThomasHu ThomasHungerford
Hnacerford Hu erford Dr Francis Chisolm Rep Repireeentative RepreeentaUve Representative
ireeentative reeentaUve W A A Jones Major ajor Albert AlbertAkers AlbertAkers 1bert 1bertAktrs
Akers Col L L P Brown Arthur Lee LeeDr Le LeDr Lee LeeDr
Dr A A 1 L Stanley Capt H H Marina Marmaiduke Marinaduke IarmaduJ
iduke duJ duke e Senator Robert Robe Tylor T THardmck H HHardcrick HHrdwlck
Hardcrick Capt C A Dunnlngton Mr MrFerguson MrFerguson MrFerguson
Ferguson Mr Dutton Dr Griffith GriffithCaptain GrilfttCaptaift GriffithCaptain
Captain Hickey Albert Hill Horns HolHsRhinehart HollisRhlne1Mirt HornsRhinehart
Rhinehart Julian Cabeil Lee Robinson RobinsonJohn Ro RobinsonJohn lnsen lnsenJohu
John L 1 Callaghan Cana and Monroe Britt BrittMiss BrittMiss Brlttilliss
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Miss Ellerbrook EllerbrookBride EllerbrookB EllerbrookBride
Bride B de of E W Thomas ThomasThe ThomasThe ThomasThe
The wedding weddin of Miss Minnie Biter Ellerbrook EtlerbroOk Biterbro
brook bro lC daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Eller Ellerbrook Biterbrook Ellerbrook
brook to Edward W Thomas took tookplace tokplace tookplace
place at noon today toda at the home of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the brides mother meth 13S Otis street street the theRev theReT theRev
Rev D W SkeKenger or New York Yorkofficiating YorkofAclating Yorkofficiating
officiating In the presence of the rein relatives reJeUes reintives ¬
tives and a few intimate friends friendsPalms friendsPalms friendsPalms
Palms Southern smilax and white whiteI whitelOSes whiteroses
I roses adorned the house houseI houseThe bouseThe
I The bride who was given gh in marriage marriageby marriageby marriageby
by her brother James H EHerbrook EHerbrookwore Ellerbrookwr Ellerbrooltwore
wr wore wore a gown of white chiffon cloth over overtaffeta overtaffeta overtaffeta
taffeta with pearl embroidery and andtouches andtouches andtouches
touches of gold embroidery embrolde She car carried carried carned ¬
ried a bouquet of Bride roses rosesMtes rosesyk rosesMien
Mien Maud polhemus who was maid maidof maWof maidof
of honor wore a gown own of pale blue bluesilk bIoesilk bluesilk
silk and lace lR < < and carried Bridesmaid Bridesmaidroses Bridesmaidroses Bridesmaidroses
roses rosesNorman rosesXorman rosesNorman
Norman Ktopfer was best man for forMr forMr
Mr Thomas ThomasAfter TRomasAfter ThomasAfter
After an informal reception rc eptloD Mr rr and andMrs andTItOmS andMrs
Mrs Thomas left Waskinston Vashin on for a artef am
irlef m > rtef C wedding weddln trip the latter wearing wearinga weariRgtravtI1g
a traveting suit uU of navy na blue chiffon chiffonbros cbiffonbro chiffonbros
bros bro icloth with a hat of the same shade shadeAmong shadeAmon shadeAmong
Among Amon those t1to who attended the cere cereparents ceremon coreinoily
mon inoily were Mr Ir and Mrs Irs E E H Thomas Thomasparents Thomasparents
parents or o the bridegroom the Mis MisThomas Iiues IiuesTholtM
Thomas Frank Thomas Miss ILas MarjCruichshank UaryCruicb
Cruichshank Cruicb hank Miss US6 Marian Ferguson FergusonMr Fe FergusonMr on
Mr and Mrs George EHerbrook ant antHarry and andHar17
Harry Ellerbrook
White lhiteHouse HouseReception HouseReceptionARRANGEMENTS Reception ReceptionAPJMNGEMENTS
ARRANGEMENTS FOR TONIGHT TONIGHTAt TOrUGHTAtthe
At Atthe the t race rQIfKioRtoaight tkm tonight carriages will approach from the thenorth thenorth thenoTW
north north noTW to the east ettrafice of r the White House opposite the Troas Treasury Troasuri Troas2i ¬
2i ury uri Pedestrians P Qe4i will follow the same ame route After discharging dischargingpassengers di dischargingpassengers charging chargingpaSEJeDg
passengers paSEJeDg rsorrl8 carriagae will be parked around the Ellipse in the White Whitetot Whiter WhiteLot
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LotThe
The T e ga4os Lte will not be open until 9 oclock Two carriages carriageswill carriAgesm carriageswill
will m drivel dri under vtk h portecocherre at the same time Coachmen CoachmenwiH Coachmen CoachmeniU Coachmenbe
wiH iU be provided with numbered checks which wh ch must be preserved preservedby
by them in order to regain admittance ad ittance to the grounds Guests Guestswill Guestswill Guestswill
will also be provided with tickets of the same ane numbers as iheir iheircarriages thehcarriages them themcarriages
carriages These The e tHy should carefully rofully preserve pre rve in order to call calltheir ca11th calltheir
their th ircarri8 carriages s which will depart dep rt from the rune entrance It is isrequested Isrequested I Irequested
requested that the Me of carriages carria es be no not delayed by paying for forthe forthecariage forthe
the thecariage carriage service at the entrance Carriages Carri will be called by byelectric byelectrIc byelectric
electric signal signalAfter fiJiind fiJiindAtter signalAfter
After Atter leaving leavia cloaks in the cloak rooai roo 111 guests gut > ets are requested to tofall tofaU tofall
faU fall in line in tbe tb cotoanade and > pas6 pas up the main staircase staircaseThe staircaseTile staircaseThe
The southwest s tAwest gate gat will be opened at 9 p pn n Carriages will willapproach willapproach willapproach
approach this eatraitoe eIIt JICe 1ty y Seventeenth street
iCA fT I g 1 1
At Jkt Home riome Calendar CalendarIn Lalenoar LalenoarIn
In Washington Society SocietyMrs
Mrs J W Alexander Alex wtfe el f Renre Renrecentative Kepre KepreHDtative ReproPentative
centative Alexander of Mtenmnrl of 1IM 1IMRhode 1111RIHHle 1U 1URhode
Rhode Istaw avenue will not receive receivetoday reeel reeeltoday receivetoday
today but wtl be at hwn hems n nest ct Tees TueeBay TueIIday Teesday
day Bay aD on February lebnIa 1ebe uary S and ad 25 Mm MmAlexander xcA ha haA
A Alexander A will be ated next week weekby weekbY weekby
by her daughter Mn xJeIuter Jenner and Mrs MrsC InJc MrsC
C c P K Koyser KoyserMrs y er erMTK r rwr
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Mrs > Arene P Pujo wtf wile oC f Repre Repreat RepreYe RepreseisaUve
seisaUve Ye PuJo Pub 0 Loui will not be beat beat
at home today but will receive Tuesday TuesdayJanuary T1Ie daJ TuesdayJanuary
January J aauary S at the BurlIngton BorlhwgtonXrs BadIIIst BadIIIstXN BurlIngtonMrs
Mrs H H O Young wiT wtte of oCtWe Reproronta Reprorontaave Represcutalive
ave Youax YoungwIJ > wtt wtli not noise be at hamu beX b t today todayMrs 4ay 4ayMrs
Mrs X Robert Lee Henry wife of Rep Representative K KIf8IttAdve Repisoontadve ¬
resentative Henry H y of Texas w w receive reeeIYet reeelv reeelvthis receivethte
this t afternoon at B36 NhMt Nineteenth street streetMrs streetShe tr trSIte
SIte will ill be assisted be her JIcMIM JIcMIMMrs gassi gassiMrs
Mrs Loa Louis 8 Tyler of Dallas Tex TexMote TcK1R4L Tontsi
Mote tsi Carts aid a Miss Carbo wtf wife nod noddaughter IHIder anddaughter
daughter er of the he minister t lster of Cconder Cconderwttl orUI Reundorwill
will UI receive this afternoon afternoonMm alterooonX afternoonMrs
Mm X Arthur L L Bates wife c f Rep Repr RepIeMIDtaUve Representadve
r IeMIDtaUve nuutve Bates will not receive to today tDday IDday ¬
day bat wn be at nonM home ell n Tuesday T TJanuary
January S from r 3 to s odoefc at tn tnC tiM tiMC4 theCochran
C C4 CochranMrs CItraa CItraaXn enmn enmnMrs
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Mrs J C Csentatjve C Ne Needimisi wife eC Jlepre Jleprellelltatjye Representa4ve
sentatjve Sdhain iv ivnot Of CHfl 1tria r I will wiDJIG willreceive
not receive r e today tocIa bet l18twaa l18twaaTueaaJJJ wfll b be ac ason honwe honweMrs
on TueaaJJJ le February nIR 7 1 aM 1i 1i1011s 15Mrs
Mrs Sims SimsMnt SiHKW SunsWj
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Mrs L L I W SItu of I4tt Mnemchu Mnemchuvrtts istameckuntta dlu dluvenae
vrtts avenue venae wtl not receiv today but bntfor 1Iout1IrtU butwill
will be at home on Tuesday January Januaryrem y yfor
for tn Ute test time this thisMr tblalftr sen senR
Mr lftr R Snmttet S4NMte1r S nsuet Toed1Vii Toed1ViiWi1fr Toirf D Da W and Miss MissWinifred x xWbdfred
Winifred Wi1fr Davie will receive receI tMc tisl nMfeCr nMfeCrn u ulHHHIa ftr ftrneen
n lHHHIa neen n and again next Tnee TIMIIIMIa Tuesday ay afternoon afternoonat
at the Highlands HigMandeo HigMandeMr Htg Htg1ohn HighlandsMrs
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this tlvson t 1IOtI on aaavnt of oCt11 U hentob hentobMrs thnt
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receive today todayXT todayMr1
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receive ve today todayMrs
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Mrs trs Richardson Clover and Miss MissOover MIsser Mienioror
Oover ioror er will receive Ye this afternoon afternoonMrs an anJIIrs
Mrs Van Zandt and ad Mrs ONeW O eiII eiIITeadl S3 S3Tenth 5l 5lTenth
Tenth street will receive this afternoon afternoonand al altamnoonand nIooa nIooaaJMI
and the remaining Tuesdays T ta t the e sea season 1tQSOlI season ¬
son SOlIX +
Mrs X John W y Dwiglit D Dwisht will w be at bom bominformally home 1wNAeIIItHy homelislorsially
informally this thM1Ylrs afternoon afternoonMrs afternoonMrs
Mrs Morford MerferdReceives MorfordReceives MorfordReceives
Receives This Afternoon AftenaoeoMrs AfterllMaXrS AfternoonMrs
Mrs XrS Denton Mortord will w 1 aM at hose hosethis Mm Mmtills homethis
this afternoon after aft r 3 oclock oclockMrs odMIt1In 0 duck duckMrs
Mrs L L H Steel win receive e Infer informally JaCerJII1Iy Inferinily ¬
mally thfe afternoon afternoonThe attenleoLThe afternoonThe
The Congreeetonal Indies of ctIM fine Dew Dewey Dewey Dewey
ey w will t receive this a afternossifrom > tem onfront 9 to toC toeIedt toodek
C o odek odekMrs eIedt eIedtMrsJoIm ocfc ocfcMrs
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Mrs MrsJoIm Join Crayke Shnpcon wKtt be at athome a aetWs athome
home etWs etWsi this thisMISs aftornson aftornsonMtes ° °
MISs i Weed will not receive ree today but butwill b butwill t tU
will U b e at atFebruary ho me lint TtteMa Tuesday III IIIFebnly InFebruary
February FebruaryMrs FebnlyMrs FebruaryMrs
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Mrs John J White will receive this thteafternoon thisaltentOOlL thisafternoon
afternoon afternoonMrs altentOOlLMrs afternoonMrs
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Mrs J W MneMurray and the
Misses MacMurray will be at home in InfMmal1y Informally i iformally
formally this aftemooa aftemooaMrs aile11M9not
ot otMrs 4Mrs
Mrs George B B Huff will receive this thisaftemeoB thisafternoon
aftemeoBMrs afternoon attentOORIrs afternoonMrs
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Mrs G Guy y Fairfax Whiting W and iOss iOssWhiting iIissWhiting n
Whiting will be at home informally this thteafternoon tlll6aterJMHtR thisafternoon
afternoon afternoonMrs aterJMHtRXrs afternoonMrs
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Mrs Alexander R R Saepherd will re receive recet receive ¬
ceive cet e this afternoon aCterneoaMrs aftenl9OlLIiS afternoonMrs
Mrs r K Webster Websterand Veb ter and Miss s Frances FrancesWebster F1GDCMVeMter FrancesWebster
Webster will receive < this afternoon and andnext a andSent 4 4JteXl
next Tuesday afternoon January S S at atU atUte atthe
U Ute e Wyoming WyomingMrs VYOmiDbMrs
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Mrs Woedyard W o ard will be at home to today t tday today ¬
day from rom X to 6 oclock at the Marl MarlMrs Xarl1tro1 Martborough
1tro1 1tro1Inf borough boroughMrs
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Mrs Borland wife of 1 Representative RepresentativeBcrtend RepresentativeBertand eDtt1ve eDtt1veBcrlaad
Bcrtend will ill be at home tats afternoon afternoonAssisted afternonalllllted afternoonated
Assisted by her guest IU MSss n Martha MartnaCrfley IartJtaCrtIer MarthaCrI
Crfley CrI of Kansas Cky CkyMrs Ckyloin
4 4Mrs
Mrs Foster lo tcr wife of Representative RepresentativePoster RepeaeAtattveJIoMer RepresentativeFester
Poster will be at home teforroaliy this thteaftemoea OdsattentoeL thisafternoon
afternoon aftemoeaMrs attentoeLXn afternoonMrs
Mrs L L Whiting W lttRb Estos Mes of 1219 E Euclid Euclidgreet Euclidstreet cHd cHdstreet
street w wtlI Tnt < H be at home bOnte Wednesdays WednesdaysJanuary Wedlle8daSJVRIy WednesdaysJanuary
January 3 S > aDd February FebruaryMrs 2 2r 2Mrs 2Mrs
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Mrs Henry S Welcome WellcomeHonor Well WelcomeHonorGuest come comeHonorGuest
Honor HonorGuest Guest at LuncheoI LuncheoaMr
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X Mr r = A J Halford entertained ente ned a com eoranany coinpa i ipaR
paR nany at luncheon today at her real realoence reaeDee reddance
dance on Twentysecond street asking askingher asklJlSJtar askingbee
her guests to n meet eet Mrs Henry S Well Welloome Wellcoins ell ellOOlIte
coins of London who is i spending the theh theMOIIOI themonth
month h at the WlUard At the table tablewere tableWee tablewere
were Mrs Dickinson wife of the Secre Secretry Secre1Ary Secretary
try of War Mrs Alexander Britton BrittonMrs Brittonx BrittenMrs
Mrs x Perry Heath Mrs Baldwin Miss MteeKleanor MIseEJe MissEleanor
nor Rldgely aad Mise Mls Ruth Ha Hafocd Hat HaJfOld Hatford
fOld focdMrs
Mrs Holmes Eol Bolin wif ft of Mr Justice Oil Oliver 0 0ve Oilver ¬
ver Wendell Holmes ws hostess at atluncheon atlunclteoD atluncheon
luncheon today at her residence on I Istreets ItreetJ Istreet
streets streetsDiaaer treetJimer streetDinner
Dinner imer Dance DanceAt DanceAt DanceAt
At Noyes Home HomeThe HomeThe HomeThe
The recond of the series ere < rf dinner diswterdances dlaBeIdanctS dinnerdances
dances which are being given by the theparents theparents theparents
parents of o a little group gr up oCthe et the winters WiBtecschlNtants wintersdeliutante wintersdebutants
debutants was as given Jest evening by byMr byCr byMr
Mr and Mrs Frank B Xoyes at their theirI theirin
I home in Vermont avenue ave ue followed f by bya bya bya
a danc at Raus3 Ra 1tausdiecs hers ers There TbereahcNt were wereabout wereabout
about 269 i additional guests including includingthe includingthe ncludlltgthe
the diner guests est5 of Mr and Mrs James JamesMarion J JwsesMarlost mes mesMarion
Marion Johnston Mrs Rob Robert rt Hiiick Hiiicktey mltckI lUnchIC
I tey Ie and Rear Admiral an awl > l Mrs Clover Cloverwho CIoyerwho Cloverwho
who entertained dinner parties preced precedinc preceGJns precedlair
inc the dance danceThe danceThe danceThe
The next hostess hoet will be e Mrs Robert RobertTUnckley RobertHinckley RobertHtncidey
TUnckley TUnckleyMiss HinckleyMJs HtncideyMIL5
Miss MJs Mabel Ma Boardnmn n was as hostess hostessat
at the t first of a series of Monday MOR y night nightreceptions nigbtreceptlo nightreceptious
receptions receptlo 8 last evening She was as assteted assiet assIsted4y
steted siet sIsted4y tov y her h sisters Mrs W V Murray MurrayCrane MurrayCrane lunaoCrane
Crane and Mrs Irs Frederick A Keep KeepThe KeepThe KeepThe
The guests were from the ofncial ofncialcircle ofAciaIcircle ofcIalcircle
circle aDd included a number of the thegovernors Utegevernors thegovernors
governors of the various States in inWashington inshinglen inWashington
Washington for the congress e ngress of gov governors gO gOemors governers ¬
ernors ernorsLieutenant emorsIAeutenant ernersIAeutemant
Lieutenant Colonel coIo Tanaka Tanaka military militaryattache miHtaryattache militaryattache
attache of the Japanese Embassy Rm s8y was washost WASbo washost
host nt t a theater tlte ter party last aer evening ia iahonor iahonr Inhonor
honor of Maj 41arry L 1 Hawthorne Hawthornethe HawthorneUte Hawthornethe
the rwiy rtn3 appointed appoi ted military atach of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American 1 Embassy E at Tokyo The Theadditional Theadditional Theadditional
additional guests were w re Maj Henry D DTtdd DTcdd UTodd
Todd and au Mr Hanihara of the Jap Japanese JapEmba Japanese ¬
anese Embassy Emba sy staff Lieutenant Tana Taaaka Tanaka Tanaira
ka took his guests afterward to the theXew theew theNew
New ew Villlard lUrd Hotel Hotelto to supper supperPay supperPay supocrPay
Pay Director and Xrs Mrs ra John Carpenter Carpenterwere Carpenterwere Carpenterwere
were hosts at a dinner dance last even evening evenIlia ovenbig ¬
big at the Chevy Chase Club Their Theirdinner TheirHnner Theirdinner
dinner < quests ru were Miss ks Finley Miss MissRuth M MRuth MissRuth
Ruth Pilling Pi1Iin Miss Greaves Miss Miss SS GII GIImourc GI1moUTe Gilnioure
mourc Miss Pennebaker Miss Stead SteadMiss SteadMi86 SteadMiss
Miss Thornc Th me Miss Uss BoutelU Miss Worth Worthington Wortht Worthlegion
legion t n Mr Orme Mr Stead Dr Hume HumeMr Hurne HurneMr HumeMr
Mr Conrad Mr r Peachy Pb3ch Naval Con Constructor Constructor Constructor ¬
structor McBride M < Bnde Paymaster Atkinson AtkinsonMr Atk AtkinsonMr nSOtl nSOtlofr
Mr Boutell Mr Strong and John JohnDavidge TohnDarldJe Johnflavidge
Davidge A number of additional guests guestscame guestscame guestscaine
came for the dance
I The Young Lady Across the Way w Wa 11
The young younglady yo younglady ung unglady
lady across the theway theway theway
way says Ishe Isheo1 < she sheoverheard sheoverheard
overheard o1 erheard her herfather herfather herfather
father say he hedespaired hedespa hedespaired
despaired despa red of oft 0 t tt fever
t ever getting his hisbooks hisbooks hisbooks
books straight straightened straightened straightcned ¬
ened up and andwasnt andwasnt andlvu5snt
wasnt it a ashame ashame ashame
shame how howsrtiftless howsFtiftlass howsitiftiass
srtiftless sFtiftlass the thejanitors thejanitors t h e ejanitors
janitors were werein w wezcizithese e f c cI
I
in in izithese these big bigoffice pigDffie bigS
S office Dffie buildings buil ings
Mrs MedoremCrawford Medorem Crawford En Entertains Entertains Entertains ¬
tertains for Mrs Richard RichardA
A Ballinger BallingerCovers BallingerCovers BallingerCovers
Covers for Ten Are Laid Laidfor Laidfor Laidfor
for WellAppointed WellAppointedLuncheon WellAppointedLuncheon WellAppointedLuncheon
Luncheon LuncheonMrs
Mrs TUeaard A A Ballinger wtte file of ofthf ofthe ofthe
the 5tury ° of r the Itenc Inteciu Was thf thfj th
honor guest or Mrs Xeclor8111 j waw wawford Cra CrafOld Craw
ford wife of General Crawford at atuUf1L7
beautifully uUf1L7 appointed luncheon today
Covers were laid for ten tea and thV thVtable Ue Uetable tli tlitable
table was w adorned with an eff emeth eecthcenterpiece etif etifcenterpiece f fceD
centerpiece ceD teTtleee of Jonquils and vteiets
Invited to meet Mrs Bellinger B llbtger wer
Mrs Rayner RaynerTea wife of Seaater Sen R yncr er
Mrs PI Piles wife of Senator po PHesil Mrs
Tea Eyck Wendell en4ell Mrs F B B Moran MoranJ2LH5T
Mrs IlL J2LH5T Henry B B Brown rown Mrs BWrtdge BWrtdgeWilliam JAKt gt
Jordan Mrs Arthur Murray and Xn
William L L I Marshall MarsnalLMrs Xar MarshallMrs 1 1Mrs
Mrs Lee Baunksarten Ba wag NJ JIo tess
last night at a dance dajc j given vea at Burn
Hall in honor of her house guest Miss
Miriam Epstein of < C Frankfurt Ta kfurt I 14 lad d Af A
ter dancing supper was wanteo served
The boll room was decorated with withpalms withpa1Ns withpalms
palms and ferns Mrs Sot Riohokl u uf f
New York Yoric assisted Aatat in recoivtes th thgueste thguests
guests The outoCtown guests tIeSIa were weieMfas were3tis en
11 Mfas Helene BarehfeM Miss X Margur XaI1uriHelee
Home of Toledo Ohio Miss x Ruth K Kain Kainem is iser uer
er of Indiana and KiN Miriam Ep
stein MelnM e 4 4Miss i
Miss M Edna Ed Dry Drytu Dryfuss fuss of the Warring Warringion Warrin WarrintoR Warringion
ion apartment left Sunday for ferYork N NMrs <
York to be the guent ef x M SIeIMr er ft fta f fa
a fortnight fortalPM fortnightMrs
Mrs M Alexander Kaufman KalIl and son sonAlpxnadria MIlAkxaJMtria sonAlexandria
Alexandria Va is is tb tb guest of ofnaother h hXra hmtber
naother Mrs B B Drcjfuss Qrct of the thertagton Uterlatton lbsr55t05
rtagton for a a two weeks e stay stayArmy stayArmy y yI
I
Army and Navy NavyService I II I IS fSirvIce
Service S rvice Orders OrdersARMY Ordersi i
ARMY ARMYMajor ARMYMa ARMYMajor
Major Ma JOHN K CRKB Coast ArtUI ArtmfC ArtlilerCotps r rCorps
Corps is I relieved reUev d from the comsaanu comsaanuof comumanAof
of Fort Ruger Hawaii Terrtt It ItaINI r rand rand
and of the Artillery District Di of Io Ioololu loolelu 10olula
ololu and will report to the Prewdi Prewdiduty Pref presidiof idin idinsa >
of sa Francisco for a sigJHllet t t4ut7 v
duty at that post postCokmel paostCoioltel postColonel
Colonel THOMAS L L CASEY CASEYIs Corp CorpsEn o oEngineers
Engineers En neoe s is detailed as engineer eDfbt r of ofthe o othe othe
the fifth lighthouse district districtCaptain dlRrlctapt districtCa91tu
Captain apt E E HOLLAND RTJBOTTOM RTJBOTTOMXinth RBOTTONbatk RUBOTTOMNinth
Ninth Cavalry r7 te relieved reltev from treat treatment 1reatmeo treatlass ¬
ment lass at the General Hospital Ho ptct the theProstate thePresidio thePresidio
Presidio of Saa Francisco Cal ana anawfll aullwfII arntwill
will report to Department t of Califor California ¬
ala niaMajor JdaXajor
Major CHARLES C BAJjLOU Seven Seventh Seventhinfantry h hJnfantr
infantry Jnfantr > will proceed proeee to Join his hisregiment hisr
regiment regimentCaptafa r regimentCaptat11 gi I ICaptaia
Captafa SDWARD JtDW ARD J TIMBERLAKE TTMBERLAKFCoast
Coast Artillery Art Jery Corps te relieve relievefrom relleeclfroa relievedfrom
from assignment s ment to the Fortvsev Fortvseventh Fortysernth Fortyseventh
enth Company and placed on thf > ur urassigned uras um umassigned
assigned as list He will W II proceed Prc CeeG on thr thrnrst thOftrst tncAmst
nrst transport upon m which 1ae ne carr carrcvre ca care caeeure
eeure cvre re accommodations to Fort Rt Rtger RIer Rtgee
gee Honolulu Hawaii Territory an anassume anj anjas anassume
assume command of that poet and or orthe n nUte r rthe
the artillery district of Honolulu HonoluluCnapfei HonoluluGhaplaIn
Cnapfei laIa HENRY H RI ABROW7C A BRO BROWN Corp Corpof Corpof
of Engineers Is relieved from hi hipresent hiJ h f fpresent
present J duties and will proceed t tthe tthe
the isthmus of Panama and report reportIn reprtla repor reporin
In person to Colonel GEORGE TVGOETHALS W WI
GOETHALS Corps of Bngineerr Bngineerrchairman Bnglneerchalrinu
I chairman of the Isthmian Cana CanaCommtesioo CanaColllllll CanaCommission
Commission Colllllll lfoo for duty dutyM dutyr dutyMajt
I M Majt r i 0fr WTILLIAM B ROCHESTER ROCHESTERmaster pry prymaster p y
master te relieved ed from duty uty in th s scity scity
city to take > effect on or about Feb Febcommanding Februr7 FebrunTy
runTy 3 1M aDd will then JrOCetl JrOCetlto I Ito
I to New w Y 5rork o c city and report to U Ug Ucommanding
commanding g general Department n nthe nUte nt5be
the East East for assignment t to duty dutyMajor dutYJiajor dutyMajor
Major ROBERT S SMITH paxmaet
is relieved from duty hi New Tfr >
dty to take effect e ect at such time z zwin awill
win enable him to comply with th thorder t torder
order and will proceed to Philippines Phi pp nE
division divisionSecond dlvIsIoRSecond divisionSecond
Second Lieutenant JOHN C PBGRASI P GRM
First Cftvalry va1ry to Fort F Riley Kansas KansaCaptaie KamaCaptabi KansasCaptain
Captain HENRY H H SCOTT Coast AT ATment A Artfllemy
tltl tfllemy Corps IE i relieved from 1rea 1reaJDeIIt treameat
meat at the Walter Reed General
Hospital District of Columbia CoI an anwill T Twill
will return to his station stationThe stattonThe stationThe
The following transfers ten at the request requestof requt requtot requecof =
of the officers concerned are ordered orderedFirst orderedFirst orderedFirst
First Lieutenant SHERRARD COLE COLEMAX COLErAI COLEMAN
MAX from the Ninth Cavalry t tthe tthe tthe
the Eighth Cavalry CavalryFirst C1vairyFirst CavairyFirst
First Lieutenant JOHN H H HOWARD HOWARTfrom HOWARDfrom HOWARPfmem >
from the Eighth btb Cavalry to th thNinth thNinth thNinth
Ninth Cavalry CavalrvThe CaYalryThe CavalryThe
The resignation by b Captain CHARLE CHARLET
T BAKER quartermaster ef hi hiconvateeion hiOOAMHI hicoiiintssiosi
convateeion ek as an officer of the arm armI armnhs r rhas
has been accepted by b the President Presidentto
I to take effect April TS ttiO ttiOCommander 1fIj 1fII 1050NAVY
j
NAVY NAVYCoIIuRaader NAVYCommander
I
Commander E E CAPEHART CAP CAPEHARTIached ART < T Ttacned 1tRcRed
tacned command Denver to lion horri lionaad honand
i and wait orders ordersCommander onJenJCom ordersCommander
Commander Com raJlder1 J A HOOGEWERFF d dtach dr drtadMd iitscIied <
tach tadMd d command d Galveston to horn hornand bornaacI hornand
and wait orders ordersLieutenant ordersLJeutenaat ordersLieutenant
Lieutenant Commander D W TODI TODIdetached TaDIdf TODIdetached
detached df Galveston to borne arri arriwait an anWalt ariwait
wait orders ordersLieutenant oniersLieutenant ordersLieutenant
Lieutenant R R F DILLBN PILL oetache oetacheDenver detacheDenver 1 1Denv
Denver Denv to Independence lD navy yard yardMar yardMa yardMare
Mar Ma Mare Island CaL CaLLSeuteBant CaLLJeuteDnt CalLieutenant
Lieutenant W A A A SMEAD aDd andtenant Lietj Lietjtenant Li 1 1tenaat
tenant H G S S WALLACE dp dptached liptacbed e etaclied
tached Denver DeIlY to home ad wait waitorders waitorders waitorders
orders ordersLieutenant ordersIJeuteJlnt ordersLieutenant
Lieutenant S S I L L H HAZARD de detached dEta dotacked ¬
tacked ta Ited Galveston ton to hose and Bd irai iraiorders waiorders watorders
orders ordersEnsign ordersEft ordersEnsign
Ensign Eft lgn R C XEEDfTAM detached detachedConnecticut detachCfonnectlcut detarheConnecticut <
Connecticut and when discharges dischargestreatment dischargedtreatment i itreatmeat
treatment Naval Hospital Norfolk NorfolkVs XorfolkYa NorfolkVa
Vs Ya grafted sick leave e two months monthsEasign monthEn monthsEnsign
Ensign En t A S FARQLTHAR Ensign En A S SHICKEY SJIICKEY SItICKBY
HICKEY Ensign E A J 1 TAMES En Enstgn Ensign EnsIgn
sign J M SMEALLIE detached detacherI detarnEIver detachedDenver
I Denver ver to home and wait aft orders ordersE ordersEnsign
1 Ensign E EliJft T WITHERS Jr Ensign E C CSLAYTON r rSLAYTON CSLAYTON
SLAYTON Ensign L L P DAVIS DA IS de detached dltaebed dotacked ¬
tacked Galveston to home and wait waitorders wa waitorders it itorders
orders ordersEnsign ordersEn6IR ordersEnsign >
Ensign E E L L McSHEEHY detached detarbMGalveston detachedvestoe fI fIJYeston >
Galveston JYeston to temporary duty Mil Milwaukee Milwaukie MI MIwaukee ¬
waukee waukeeSurgeon waukieSurgeon waukeeSurgeon
Surgeon A E PECK detached Ited Marin Marinrecruiting Marjnr Mannrecruiting
recruiting r ruittng station San Francisco FranciscoCal FranclSnCaJ FranclseCal
Cal to navy yard Mare Island IMDd Ca CaTPassed CaPas CaPassed
Passed ed Assistant A8 Surgeon W B SMITH SMITHMtacbed SMmidetached w
detached Denver ver to duty Marine re rt rtcruitfag recruitiag T Tcruittng
cruittng station San Franefeeo Cat CalAssfetaat CatAseistaDt CaTAssistant
Assistant Surgeon E E B Eo CURTIS d dtacned dp dptadted dotamhod
tacned Galveston D to t duty Naval NavaTtraming Naa1tmlDlIIg NavaltraIning
traIning station San Francisco Cal CalAssistant CalAMletaDt CalAssistant
Assistant Surgeon s J B KAUFMAN d dtnehod df dftAebed dInched
Inched Naval training station San SanFrmncteco SanFraDct SanFrancisco
Francisco CaJ to Washington 8hDgton D DC I
C for examination for promotion promotionand pIOIIIotionand promotionand
and wait aJt orders ordersChaplam on1ersChaplaba emtierschaplain
chaplain B E E E McDOICASLD detached detachPilAssistant
N New York to duty XOIIta XOIItaAssC Montana MontanaAssistant
Assistant AssC Paymaster H L 1 I BEACH de dEbed deInched V Vtached
Inched bed Galveston to home settle ac accounts accouRts accounts ¬
counts and wait orders ordersAssistant 9rc1eniAssIstaBt ordersASsistant
Assistant Paymaster P T M TA TATHROP IATHROP LATHROP
THROP detached Denver settle ettJ ac accounts 8 8eounta accounts ¬
counts aDd wait orders ordersMOVE5IENTS nrder81IOVEMENTS erderidOVEMENTS
MOVE5IENTS 1IOVEMENTS OF VESSELS VESSELSArrived VESSELSArrivedMarcellus VESSELSArntvedMitrcellas
Arrived ArrivedMarcellus Marcellus at Newport News NewsSailed NewsSailedDubuque NewsSahledDubuque
Sailed SailedDubuque Dttbwme from Portsmouth N NH XH NH
H for New N w York York Wilmington and andCaimo anllCaJ antCailsi
Caimo CaJ from Swatow for Hongkong HongkongFluseer HongkoDFluseer
Fluseer from Charleston for forKnights for forKnights
Knights Key and Michigan from fromSewalls fromSewalls fromSewaWs
Sewalls Point for Culebra
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