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changed < as a often as desired All Allmall Allmall
mall subscrIptions must be paid paidIn valdIn paidIn
I In advance advanceCAPITAL UdDDCeCAPITAL advanceCAPITAL
The most significant ifieant evidence of the theprosperity ueprosperity theprosperity
prosperity of o the Capital Traction Tractionlompany TractioaCompanywhieh TracUoittonipanywhieh
lompany Companywhieh which require patrons of ofits o oIts
its Fourteenth street line to ride in instuiry illstuUy inetuffy I
stuiry closed cars Cl8is is found in the thequotations thequotatioD8 thequotations
quotations of the Washington Stock StockMarket StoekMarket Stock1arket
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Xestcrday X forenoon a Washington Washingtonbroker WuJaiJtltOAbroker Washingtonbroker
broker bought 2000 2000 OOO of Capital Trac Traction Traetion Traclion
tion bonds at 115 Trading Tradi is active activeand aetiTfand ad va vaand
and almost constant in this security securityand HCQIjtvand securityand
and the price stays around 114 and 115 115with ui uiwith 11 11with
with remarkable regularity regularityCapital r regularityCapital Jarity JarityCapital
Capital Traction Company stock stockstands atodcstands Mockstands
stands on the local 1oca1exchange exchange at 12S 12Sto 125to ISto
to 130 1 and changes hands at about this thisfjgure tIaia1gure this1ure
fjgure almost ab alsno t daily dailyNaturally dailyaturallr dailyaturally
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that the Capital Traction Company is aJmakmg isniakiiig ismaking
making money moneylot6 fete of money motI y In Investors Infstors litestors ¬
vestors and speculators know it Hence Hencetheir lIeneeth Hencetheir
their th r willingness to Vuy 1U Capital Trac Traction Traetion Trnetion ¬
tion securities Almost any an any day in the theweek tltewek theweek
week at above par parThe prr11 parThe
The r11 > Capital Traction Company has has512JOOOOO has1JOOooo
512JOOOOO of capital stock outstanding out
It is i all common and pays 8 1 per cent centannually eeatannually centannually
annually or 720000 to its holders holdersThe hoIdeIiJThe holdersThe
The funded debt of the Capital Trac Traction Traction Traction ¬
tion Company is 4000000 4000000 and 3141 inter interest interest interest ¬
est is paid upon it at the rate of 5 5per iper 5ler
per cent ct > nt per annum annumLast DDUBILast annulsLast
Last year year el the Capital Traction Com Company Company ConIany ¬
pany issued 1soooo of bonds and andthey andthtJ ntt nttthey
they were snapped up greedily by bystockholders byJ5tockboldcs byetockholdijrs
J5tockboldcs stockholders and ai other investors investorsThe inveMOIITht investorsThe
The explanation is that the Capital CapitalTraction CapitalTraction CaitsITrtction
Traction Company enjoy e joI a highly highlyprofitable Jti highlyprofitable < hly hlyprofitable
profitable field in Washington and andmakes aDdmakg andmakes
makes an enormous enorJa U8 return on its in investment j jVcstment inestment ¬
vestment vestmentLast VcstmentLR estmentLast
Last LR t year the Capital pitI Traction Tractiono Tractionopany Com Company OIR OIRpany ¬
pany panyPaid panyPaid
Paid its gross s operating operati g expenses 8A of ofpearly ofnearly of2iearly
pearly a million and a half Ju f dollars dollarsPaid dollarsaid dollarsPaid
Paid > aid its stockholders nearly three threequarters threecluarters threequarters II
quarters of a s million dollars in iniliri iniliridends divi dividends dhicicnds ¬
dends dendsPaid cicndsl dendsPaid
Paid l > aid its bond holders more than thanS
S 1150100 130000 in interest interestPaid invrestPaid intrestPaid
Paid more than 100000 in j taxes taxesAnd taxeAnd taxesAnd
And had more than 134800 left leftCapital eftCapital leftapital
Capital Traction bonds and stocks stocksare stodesnr stocksnrc
are nr higher than they were a n year ago agoand agonnJ agoand
and give give every promise le of Mounting Mountinghigher JItOUIIt mountinghigher tg tghigher
higher and higher as the years roll on onarJ onartJ
arJ 7 the revenues of the company in increase incras inCr ¬
crease creaseYet cras1t Cr ale aleYet
Yet in the face of this condition the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital Traction Company finds itself itselftoo itelftoo itselftoo
too poor to furnish furD ah its patrons pat1who pat1whomake who whosnake
snake its prosperity pr possible po8 possiblecars cars in invhKU inhih inhc
vhKU hih hc h they can ride comfortably in hot hotiv hotHther ho4cther
iv Hther cat her Like its it sister corporation corporationth
th > Washington Washi n Railway knd isil Electric ElectricCompany EtticmIany nc ncmIlany
Company mIlany the Capital Traction T Com Company CoBaJJny Costrariv ¬
pany acts as if it were operating on OIlt11 ont1i I Itlif
tlif t11 principle Get all we can and give giveas j jas
as little as possible possibleTHE pGII8 possibleTHETHREATENED ble bleTHETHREATENEDRA
A grave situation confronts oo the theSouth theSoutl1 theSouth
South in ut the threatened strike of the therailroad ther ther1road
railroad r llroad employes on all the titeeR titeeRZSOutberu if teenSoutbern teen teenSouthern
Southern lines Something SoMetki like a ahalf ahalf ahalf
half jmllioB BMB menwd would be aecil if ifthe ifth ifthe
the th strike order or er were given 1eII Th TIM buR business buRncss biiUcla ¬
ness of the t e Sottfik s ctUh 1l would be for tfc tM
time paralyzed The moving of the thecotton thecotton theCOtton
cotton crop would bo hindered and andvarious andrious andvarious
various rious industries would suffer The Thehandling lhehandling Tilehaiidling
handling of or naval stores would be in interfered interfered interfercd ¬
terfered with as would the phosphate phosphatebusiness pltospllPtObu8 pliosplijttobuiine
business bu8 ne and the movements l ovemelltsof of steam steamship stcamsbip steamship ¬
ship lines linesThe jineslne finesThe
The threatened tJlre tencd trouble has Ias its itsorigin itsorigin itsorigin
origin in tli the question of wages ee The Therailroad Thentilro Therailroad
railroad d employes of the South main maintain maintain maintin ¬
tain their wages are ar r much below bclo the thewages thewa thewages
wages e8 of railroad employes 6l plocs in the theNorthXnd theNorthnd theNorthAnd
NorthXnd West TC6t The railroads railro cls thus thusfar tllUsfar thusfar
far have refused to grant rant the increased increasedwages ilWreuedw inrensedwages
wages w demanded by the employes employesfortunately employeS1iortuuately employeeFortunately
fortunately the order to strike has hasnot IULSnot hasnot
not yet ct gone forth and there is reason reasonto rouonto reasonto
to hope ofHhtJaat that before any lty such order is isissued isiuuecl isissued
issued a way will be found to an ad adjustment adjustment adjustIflent ¬
justment Chairman Knapp of the In Interstate Interstat Interstate ¬
terstate Commerce Commission and andCommissioner andCommi88 andCommissioner
Commissioner Commi88 oner Xeill of the Bureau of ofLabor o oTAbor of oflAbor
Labor have e been endeavoring for days daysto da s sto
to compose compose the differences They have havebeen havebeeji i
been taking the case up under UI r the thel theErdniit I
l rdman act and have been trying to toget toget
get to the bottom of the facts by byhearing h hheariug byisearilig I
hearing the statements of all U parties partiesto
to the t e controversy controversyIn
In practice the Erdman act has hasproved buproed hasproved
proved itself effective e eeti Valuable work workhas workbas workhas
has been done by Messrs Knapp and andiveill andeill andNeill
iveill eill in other difficult situations and andthe 8 andthe d dthe
the differences between the Southern Southernlines outhernJines onthernlines
lines and their t employes c J oycs ought to yield yieklto ricJdto
to negotiations > although a1 h it must be beadmitted beadmitted beadmitted
admitted the problems presented pre ented are arenot areDot areisot
not simple But when the tremendous tremendousloss
loss that would b he inflicted on the theSouth theth theSouth
South th by a strike is considered it itwould itwould itwould
would appear that each side ought to tobe tobe tobe
be willing to yield ield something and ef effect effeet cifeet ¬
feet a compromise Neither the rail railroadsnor railroad railroeds ¬
roadsnor road roeds nor the men have anything 8 ytlting to togajn togain togain
gain by It allowing a strike to come on onat onat onat
Not in many years cars perhaps not since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionwas Comm 88ion 88ionwas
was organized lave there been de decisions deC deciaions ¬
cisions C 8 handed down by that body bod equal equalin ual ualin
in importance to the recent decisions decisionsaffecting decisionsaUeeting decisionsalteeting
affecting the rates west of the Mis Missouri MisSOW Missouri ¬
souri As a matter of fact the de doeisions deeisions deeisions
eisions affect eet the whole w Ole fabric 01 u trans transcontinental transcontinental traitscontinental ¬
continental rates from fro the Atlantic Atlanticto
to the Pacific Heavy reductions have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been determined on both class and andcommodity Ddcommodity nd ndconlutodlty
commodity rates on freight shipped shippedfrom shippedfrom shippedfrom
from the East to such centers as Spo Spokane SpokaDe Spokane ¬
kane Reno and Salt Lake City Still Stillbroader Stillbroader i ibroader
broader in scope than this the rates ratesfrom ratesfrom ratesfront
from the Pacific coast back into the theintermountain theiRterJIMUnta theintermountain
intermountain n eountry have aave been beenfound beenfOWld beenfouitA
found too high and are to be reduced reducedAnd reducedADd reducedAnd
And in general nen the commission eOlDIB 8IiOa has hasloutH 1tuJoul has105n4
loutH that the vast territory com comprised comPritted comprised ¬
prised in what hat is known as the inter intermountain interntaill intercountry
mountain ntaill country country is being unjustly unjustlyand unju unjustlyand t1y t1yand
and unreasonably treated in i the ques question qUeiition question ¬
tion of freight rates ra es and a M to pas passenger pueeager passenger ¬
senger rates in some cases and it has hastaken Autakea hastakeii
taken its pruning knife in i hand and anddecided alMldeeided anddecided
decided to trim the rates down to toreaaonable aj ajreasonable a areasonable
reasonable basis basisTJie basisThe basisJhe
The commission nas isa not gone into intothis intotJais intothis
this question blindly but aware of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the vast importance of its rulings rulingtlUte has hasprepared hasprepared
prepared Ute decisions with unusual unusualcare unWiWlIere unusualcare
care The M snowing sbowi made as to the thejustice thejUittiee thejustice
justice of the reductions r uetiona is a strong strongone
one Tile earnings of some of the thelines thelines thelines
lines deleted notably the Pacific sys system 875tem systent ¬
tem of olthe the Southern Pacific PaCi have been beenso beenso
so remarkably high h as As to be abnormal abnormalIf
If the commission on can sustain what it itclaims itclai1DS itclaims
claims in its decisions decWio 8 with respect to tothe tothe tothe
the Nevada cases as to earnings cami it is isnot isDOt isnot
not easy to see how the courts can canenjoin caneajoill canenjoin
enjoin the oroers oroersThe or orsersThe ers ersTIM
The decisions are important not notalone BOta10ne notalone
alone in and of themselves them ehe but because becausethey becausethey becausethey
they tend to show that the commis commission colBmisS comutisslots ¬
Oft feels itself sufficiently clothed clothedwith clothedwith clothedwith
with power to grapple with iUl rate te sit situations sit1Iat sitnations ¬
nations 1Iat O of the biggest sort and deal dealwith dealwitA dealwith
with them It is true that the de decisions deeisioRt docisious ¬
cisions are under the old Hepburn law lawnot lawDOt lawnot
not the new Jaw Ja But ut it may be bedoubted bedoubted bedoubted
doubted if the commission eommi eion would have liaveput haveput HLe HLeput
put forth as vigorous decisions as asthese 86these asthese
these had it not been assured when it itarrived itarrived itarrived
arrived at them toomcArly early in ixi June Junetllat JunetllatCorpes8 JunethatCgress that thatCocgress
Cocgress was going to pass a law that thatwould thAtwoultl thatwoulti
would greatly strengthen its i hands handsTHE handsTHE handsTHE
President Taft still has the economy economyproblem economyproblem onomyproWem
problem on his hands It is announced announcedthat announcedthat announcedthat
that the coming summer and fall he hewill hewill hewill
will devote much attention to its solu solution solution soluties ¬
tion H He began it the first year car of his hisAdministration hisdDliDiatration hisdministration3
Administration dministration3 and nd with the co cooperation coPfItiou cooperation ¬
operation of Cabinet officers and other otherofficials otherofficil otherofficials
officials s succeeded in making some re reductions reduetiott reductions ¬
ductions of the estimates C6t matcB This sum summer summer summer ¬
mer and fall it is proposed ed to go o into intothe iatothe intothe
the subject more deeply Congress has hasgiven hsgiven hasgiven
given the President l > re6 dent 100000 to make makesurreyof a asurvey asurrey
survey surreyof of the various departments with witha
a view of effecting savings and out out of ofthat oftMt ofthat
that expenditure Mr Taft hopes to toreduce toreduce toreduce
reduce expenses expensesKtforts expensesJfforts a ajcfforts
Ktforts of this kind deserve to be behelped behelped behd
helped hd along especially in so far as they theylook thcylook theylook
look to the introduction of more busi businesslike busi1W881ike busiiscaslike ¬
nesslike methods me in the departments departmentsfehmiuatioR departmentsJl departmentstdindntioit
fehmiuatioR Jl Dtioll of needless red tape the theavoidance theav theavoidance
avoidance av danee of duplications dUI lieations and progress progresstoward pr prtowani progresstoward
toward a more scientifie budget The Thelopping Th ThoppiJIg Thelop <
lopping lop off of a few fe clerks here and andthere andtbere andthere
there for the purpose of making a ashow 3show ashow
show of economy is not the sort of im improvement impro improventent ¬
provement pro t in business 6 methods that thatamounts thtamounts thatamounts
amounts to much Neither is there thereanything thereDything thereanything
anything to be said in favor avor of that thatsort thatsort thatsort
sort of economy which effects c ecte savings savingsmerely S8ingsJDe1Ie savingsmerey
merely JDe1Ie merey Y by putting < off for a year or so soimprovements 50impr01eJDUts soimprovements
improvements which w ic are needed and andare andare andare
are in the public interest interestSenator iatertetl interest3enator
Senator etl or Aldrich said something on ontfce ontlie onthe
the Senate floor about running the
Government for 300000000 less ess than thanit Uanit titanit
it is 8 run Of course such talk is idle idleand idleand idleand
and foolish and the achievement of ofany ofany ofany
any such saving is out of the question questionThe questionThe questionThe
The Government is expanding oxJ > and the theexpenditures thecxpcndituros theexpenditures
expenditures are bound to increase increaseThe increascTbe increaserhe
The tppropriations are not going to todrop todrop I Idrop
drop below the billiondollar mark in injail inall inall
jail all likelihood What That can bo done is to tohold tohold tohold
hold them down to soniethiiig SOIUetbill like their theirpresent tlleirproscnt theirpresent
present level and to work to the owl owlthat QDllthat endthat
that a dollar expended for the Govern Government GOVOfllmcnt Governmont ¬
mont shall go as far as as if expended expendedI
I by a business establishment It t nih nihnever viii viiinever iii iiineor
never be possible actually to do tiiis tiiisbut t thisbut is isbut
but it is feasible to try trySAFE trySAFE trySAFE
One thousand dollars more is needed neededby neededbr neededby
by the managers ma ftgers of Washingtons V ingtons safe safeand safcand safeand
and sane Fourth F lrtn of July Jul celebration celebrationIn
In spite cf the earnest pleas of the thenewspapers thenewillpers thenewspapers
newspapers and the solicfHtions lioht fttiOBl of the thecommittee thecommittee theComnhittee
committee on arraiigpnieiits but 2000 200011M 2000 2000has 2000ba
has ba been contributed d white wI ile 3000 3000 is isneeded isneeded isneeded
needed to make the success of the un undertaking usdertaking ¬ i
dertak dertaking l certain certainTh certain1Ito I
Th THo committee now suggests e t that thatcontributions tMtcontribution thatcontributioiss
contributions of small amounts be sent sentin sentin sentin
in by by citizens The members say SR they theywill theywill
will m be glad to receive reee e subscriptions in inany inan inany
any an sum from 5 cents up They also alsoadd aloadd alsoadd
add the significant statement that con contributions CORtributiOnB contrilnitions ¬
tributions must be made immediately
One thousand dollars is a ridiculous ridiculously ¬
ly I small sum and should be forthcom forthcoming fortltcomiog forthconting ¬
ing without another anot er days delay This Thisis T1t Thisis 1 1is
is the last day of June Monday will willbe willbe 11 11he
be the Fourth ourtl1 of July The time left leftlor efttor leftbr
lor periecting the sale MfeaDd sf and sane saneplans 8JIeplaDS sane saneplans
plans is perilously pcrilou ly short shortIt skortIt shortIt
It is to be hoped the people of Wash Washington Washington VuItington ¬
ington will show sufficient civic pride prideto
to produce the remaining 1000 by byaturday
Saturday night in order that Wash Washington Washiligton V ash ashington ¬
ington may ma again this year take her herplace herpl8ec herplace
place at the head of the cities ci which whichcelebrate whichcelebrate hie hieeeJebrat
celebrate the national naOO birthday in inrational inrational inrational
rational manner mannerIt
It was w certainly tough on the ulft ulfttere In Interests Intereats ¬
terests ta to have ha e the Interstate Com Commerce Commerce Coinmerce ¬
merce Commission and Mr Roosevelt RootHweitopen Boosoreltopen Rooseveltopen
open their mouth on the thesame same a day dayIts dayItz yo yoIts
Its now up to Mr Taft to show showwhether showwhether showwhether
whether he buried his masters talents tatenUin
in the earth or used them te go out outand outand
and 00 earn other talents talentsOne talentsOne talentsOne
One advantage in taking a vacation vacationlate vaeatloftJato vacationlate
late In the summer 8wnMer to that one may maylearn DIaJJearn usaylearn
learn from fro his friends e of a tot of place pIaenot placesnot i inot
not to go goIf goI goIf I
If Albany AJ fty ran aJl withstand wt the COMb combination cosnbiatIes ML ML110n ¬
tIes of hi big stick and big whiskers it Hwill itwill itwill
will have o go some someLike someLike e eLike
Like Antony th the stock Market bears bearsare beAraare bearsare
are reported to b be chanting C Those are aregracious al8graclous aregradosis
gracious drops dropsMr dropeII dropsMr
Mr Roosevelt has crackt cracktrbut the thebut sttonee sttoneebut
but one could hardly 0y he hebroken ha habroken lis lisbroken
broken it itThe It ItThe itThe
The moving picture men having ar arrived arriYed arrfved ¬
rived on the scene > th the MK fight may maynow maynow y ynow
now proceed proceedThere proceedThere proceedThere
There can be no doubt as te where the thesummer theflUJIUIMr thesummer
summer Capital te located today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The Brooklyn Brookln bridge route to fane t taln te teagain isagain
again becoming < popular popularThe popularThe popularThe
The weather < te doing its part lathe inthecampaign lathecampaign tile tilecampal
campaign campal n for open ears earsIt eanIIt earsIt
It must be quite like old times up i iAlbany at atAlbany atAlbany
Albany today todayHe todayANOTHER todayANOTHER
He Will Not Get Recess Ap Appointment Appointment p ppointment ¬
pointment As Collector CollectorAt
At Georgetown GeorgetownBEVERLY
BEVERLY Mass June Jt JtSldney JtSldneyBieber 30SIdneyBleber Sidney SidneyBleber
Bleber will not receive re < elve a recess ap appointment appointment appolntment ¬
pointment a U collector of the port of ofGeorgetown otGeorgetown ofGeorgetown
Georgetown It Is said Id he will be begiven Begiveft begiven
given another place placeCollector placeCollector placeCollector
Collector Nyman who now no holds the thejob thejob thejob
job will not be allowed to retain it itThe ItTho ItThe
The position will t go to a colored coloredman coloredman coloredman
man from some other part of the thecountry thecountr thecountry
country countr than the District of Colum Columbia Columbia ColumWa ¬
bia or it will be given to some man roannot manroot mannot
not a resident or native of the Dis District District Digtrict ¬
trict trictThese trictThese trictThose
These facts were brought out here hereby hereb hareby
by b Inquiry today todayWhen todayVhen todayWhen
When Bieber was first named by b the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President last spring Mr Taft took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the position that he deserved de enred sub substantial substantial ¬
stantial reward for his political liUeal serv services servIces services ¬
ices and that his standing as a man manof manot manof
of affairs of the District made it ap appropriate appropriate p pproprlate ¬
propriate that tha lie be appointed appointedImmediately aipointedimmediately i ilmmedlatelj
Immediately friends of Collector CollectorNyman Collectorymn CollectorNyman
Nyman ymn began a bitter f fht > jnt ht against againstthe agall1Bthe agajnthe
the appointment appointmentThe
The Senate committee reported the thenomination thetminatIon thenomination
nomination favorably nd nd when Taft Taftheld Tatthld Tafthitl
held up UJ the appointment a few days daysbefore daysbefore
before Congress adjourned Senator SenatorElklns SenatorElkins SenatorElkins
Elkins reported that the Senate was wasready wasready wasready
ready to confirm it itWhats It ItWliafs itWhats
Whats on the Program in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington WashingtonTonight WashingtonTonight WashingtonTonight
Tonight TonightAmusements TonightAmusements TonightAmusements
Amusements AmusementsNatiomJ AmusementsNatiorwIUBohemlan AmusementsNatIont1BOhefliafl
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No 438 43 K of C excurstan excurstanThe excrreonThe Clr 8n 8nTh
The Th Times will bo pleased to an announcc announcemeetings anflounce
flounce nouncemeetings meetings and entertainments in inthis
this column Phone or write announce announcements announcemeatsI
1 mentsJ ments
Miss ivIiss Stella Householder and Claude B Phelps PhelpsPrincipals PhelpsI PhelpsPrincipals PhelpsI PhelpsPrincipals I
I Principals in ip in Wedding at Home of Brides Mother
Couple Unattended and andLeave a ardLeave d dLeave
Leave Soon Afterward Afterwardon
on Bridal T Trip TripThe p pThe
The residence re of Mrs Mary Ja C House Householder Hovsebolder liotiseholder ¬
holder was the scene of a pretty prettyIHe tm tmj ss ssrile
j rile le wedding W IDg this tit afternoon at rVctoek rVctoekwhen lr cisckwheit lrwhen
when her daughter Miss M Stella S SB SPouneholder 1 1Householder
Householder B Ulebokler became the bride of ofClaude ofClaude ofClaude
Claude B Phelps Phel of Birmingham Ala AlaPalms A1aPalms J JPling
Palms ferns and daisies formed the thedecorations thedeeoraUo thedecorations
decorations in the drawing room where WIterethe wherethe wlteretm
the bridal party stood during the ceo oaremony ceomony onesmolly
mony Miss Sadie Householder slater staterof
of the bride played the Lohengrin wed weddhtg wedding wedding
ding music for the entrance of th thbride the thebride thebride
bride and bridegroom who entered the theroom theroo theroom
room roo together togetherOnly to togetherOnly ether etherOnly
Only a small family party was pres present prese prescut ¬
cut e t at the ceremony which wa was solemn soteinnhwd 8OIemaby solemnused
used by th the Rev James Jam H Taylor of ofth ofthe ofthe
th the Central Presbyterian Church ChurchMtes Church1on ChurchMig
Mig 1on Householder wore a dainty brtdal brtdalgown brtdalown brtd1gown
gown < of white embroidered batiste with witha withJaee
a a lace yoke and carried a shower bou boufjuet bouuet baitjuet
fjuet uet of Bride roses Both bride and andbridegroom andbridegroom
bridegroom were unattended unattendedImmediately unattencHldImm unattendedImmediately
Immediately Imm lately after th the ceremony Mr Mrand 1 1and rand
and Mrs Phelps Pb IPB left Washington for foran toran foran
an extended extend d bridal trip Mr Phelps Phclpatraveled Phelpstraveled
traveled traveJ in a lightweight old blue W e serge sergecoat llelKecoat sergecoat
coat suit with a blue hat hatAfter hatArter hatAfter
After August A t 15 they will reside at Ilia
0 street northwest northwestHiss northwetHi northwestMiag
Hiss Hi Carolyn Bishop BishopBecomes Bi BishopBecomes hop hopBecomes
Becomes Bride of P H S Cake CakeMiss C3keKi CakeMiss
Miss Ki Csr Carlyn lyn JL Bishop of Han Hancock HRoock Hascock ¬
cock Md d was married t 14 Philip H S SCake SCake 5Cake
Cake of the Hotel Kormaadie last lastevening Jutenln lastevening
evening enln < at S oclock at th the hotel in inthe Inth4S Inthe
the presence pr nce of a small party of rein relatives reJaUY reintives ¬
tives UY the Rev F D Power of the theVermont t theVermont e eVermont
Vermont Avenue Christian Chrl Uaa Church of officiating 0 0ftctaUng officlatfug ¬
ficiating ficiatingThe ftctaUngTbe ficlatfugThe
The bride who bo wa wall given In mar marriage JDarria marriage ¬
riage ria e by her mother and wan unat unattended unattended stinttended ¬
tended wore a gown of white whiteline measa measallne messaline
line silk trimmed with lace lac Her Hertulle Hertulle Hertulle
tulle veil watt arranged with jtt Mwreath Mwreathof wreath wreathof
of orange oran e blossom and she carried e4 a abouquet abouquet abanquet
bouquet of Bride roses rosesImmediately l08e8Immdlately rosesimmediately
Immediately after the ceremony Mr Mrand rand Mrand
and Mrs 1 Cake left Washington Wasbln < tolt for a abrief abriet a abrief
brief wedding trip and upon their re return return return ¬
turn will make their home at the i
Kormandie Hotel HotelMiss HoteMilliJ HotelMiss
Miss Elaine Power PowerMarried PowerManicd PowerMarried
Married To Robert D Kenyon KenyonMia KenyonMiss j
Mia G Elaine Power was married marriedto
to Robert D Kenyon yesterday morBin mornlug morn morning
lug in at 7S 730 oclock at the brides 1Ki home homeat hOM hOMat homeat
at 1S l 13 S W street the IUv It Eugene EugeneHannaa EUeneHannan EhgeneHannan
Hannan officiating officiatingThe offletatha offletathaTIle <
The bride whoa only attendant lUat was wasMiss wasKin wasMiss
Miss Cathrine Waters wore a i whitemefI8ILIlne whiteitteesaline white whiteRiesaline
Riesaline silk gown with a long < tulle tulleveil tullere
veil re arranged with a coronet of orange orangebl orangeblssomg
bl bIo blssomg ssonw aDd carried a bouquet of ofBilde j
Biide Bt Jde rose rosesAJlan rosenAllan i iAllan
Allan Schecler was the best man for forMr forKr forMr
Mr Kenyon KenyonA
A wedding breakfast was served after alterthe afterthe I Ithe
the ceremony and later In the day Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mr Mrs Kenyon left Washington Whlnlf on for fora
5 a Northern trip Upon their return to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington they will m reside at 138 13 W Wstreet Wstreet WStreet
street northwest northwestAnnouncement JIOrthweatAIIOUIICemeDt northwestAnnouncement
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Announcement te made of the mar marriage marrtqe marriage ¬
riage of Miss Margaret Donovan and andPatrick aDdPatrick andPatrick
Patrick Conghlin The wedding < took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place yesterday afternoon at S oclock oclockat
at the Church of the Holy Comforter Comforterthe
the Rev C E Wheeler officiating < In the thepresence tIMpreeence thepresence
presence c f a small 1 party of relative relativeTne relattvesThe
1 1TIie
The marriage < e of ofXJ Miss Margaret T TBojrd TBo TBoyd
Boyd Bo d and John hn H Kober te announced aanoaneedThe aallOUlle4dThe announcedThe
The ceremony was performed at the theChurch theCbUlcll theChurch
Church of the Holy Comforter on Tues Tuesday Tuesetayattemoon Tunaday ¬
day etayattemoon afternoon by the Rev C E Wheeler Wheelerin
in the presence pre ence of a gathering of rela relatives relatives reindYes ¬
tives and a few intimate In e friend friendMr freDdLJlCr friendsv friendsMi
v >
Mr and Mrs trs LeRoy Goff accomoan accomoanted aeccJIIIDUaDJe4 accainsanled
ted by their two sons will leave Wato Watomrton WaIb1ttton ub ubtndOft
mrton today for their summer place at atWest atChop atvsst
West Chop Vineyard haven Mas Macs Mr MrGolf lrGoff MrGolf
Golf who wilt return to Washington for fora
a sbcrt time will join his family later laterin
in the season seasonThe seasonThe
The Rev John Van Schmfck Jr Jror pas pasnr nsanr
nr of the Church of Our Father and andMrs adlnL andMrs
Mrs lnL Van Schatck Scha k will close their theirWashington tMtrWashinrton theirWashhgt
Washington residence within the next nextfew nextfew nextfew
few days and leave for New York Torkwhence Yorkhence Toutwhence
whence they will mil early In July J 1117 for forEurope forEuroPe forEurope
Europe to spend the summer summerStockton zmmerStoiktonPatton mmer mmerStocktonPatton
Stockton StocktonPatton Patton Wedding WeddingAt
At St Johns Church Georgetown GeorgetownMis
Miss XI Nannie May Patton daughter daughterof dau hter hterof
of Mr and Mrs Xr John Patton was wasmarried wumarried wasmarried
married lust evening evenl at S ocK ocItock ck to toWalter toTaUer toWalter
Walter Wolvertoa Stockton Th Thceremony The Theceremoay Theceremony
ceremony which was performed in inSt inSt InSt
St Johns Church Georgetown by bythe bythe bythe
the Rev Dr F B Howden rector rectorof rector rectorof rectorof
of the church wag attended by a alarge 1LJarge alarge
large gathering of relatives and andfriends aDdfrlnd andfriends
friends Palms green vine vInes and andcluster andclusters nd ndcluster
cluster of pink and nd white roses and andhydrangeas andhydrangeas 00 00hydranseas
hydrangeas formed the decoration decorationof decoraUoot
of the church for the occasion occa lon and andthe andtbe andthe
the wedding w ding music was played by byCharles byCharJes byCharles
Charles Cropley the organist of the thechurch thecburch thechurch
church churchThe cburchTbe churchThe
The bride wore a beautiful gown gownof gownot gownof
of white crepe de chine made on onprincess Qnprincess onprincess
princess lines and embroidered in inpearls Inpearls Inpearls
pearls Her veil which was of rare rareold rareold rareold
old lace was arranged with a coronet coronetof
of orange blossoms and she carried carrieda
a shower bouquet of lilies of Ihe Ihevalley he heaHey hevalley
valley and nd sweet peas peasMiss pealitIS peasMiss
Miss Frances Stockton sister of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bridegroom was the maid of ofhonor o ohonor ohonor
honor She wore ore pink xnousseliner xnousselinerover mous mousselineover elin elinover
over silk with a short tulle veil and aadcarried andcarried andcarried
carried a bouquet of pink sweet sweetj sweetpeas sweptpeas
j peas peasThe f fThe I IThe
The little flower girls Miss Anna AnnaMargaret AnnaMargaret AnnaMargaret
Margaret Lowe and Miss Frances FrancesHurley FraneesHurley FrancesHurley
Hurley each two years ears old wore woredInty woredainty
1 dainty frocks of white Swiss and andcarried ndcarrIed andcarried
carried baskets of pink and white whitesweet whitesweet whitesweet
sweet peas peasRichard
Richard Stockton was his brothers brothersbest brothersJe brothersbest
best man and the e ushers were Guy
Je og ogbrother
Baden and d T S Stockton n e another anotherbrother anotherbrother
brother of the th bridegroom bridegroomA
A reception r cptfon at the home of the thebrides thebride thebride
bride mother in Georgetown fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed the ceremony at t the church churchMrs churchand churchand
and later In the evening Mr and andXls antiMrs
Mrs Stockton left Washington for a aNorthern aNorthern a aNorthern
Northern wedding trip and upontheir upontheir upon upontheir
their return will reside re ide at S2 if1 I1 l Illi Illinois llltnoIs liiinois ¬
nois avenue avenueMiss avenueMiss enue enueMiJ5
Miss Maud Pulliam PulliamMarried Pu1li Pu1liMarricd PulliamMarried
Married To Adolph J Widner WidnerMiss WidnerMI WidneLMiss
Miss Maud M Pulliam daughter of ofMr ofMr
Mr 1 and Mrs Menry enY P PuRism Pul was wasmarried waarrled wasmarried
married rrled to Adolph J Whiner last even evening OVeflinc evenlag ¬
inc at S oclock at the home of her par parents riRr riRrentB isr isreats ¬
eats at 1485 l Clifton street The cere ceremony ceremony coremony ¬
mony which was perfomed by the thebrides thebride thebrides
brides halfbrother the Rev W V I ILynn ILynn ILynn
Lynn of the Gorsuch M E Church Churchwas Churchw Churchnas
was w attended by a party of relatives relativesand relativesaD41 relativesand
and friends Palms oak leaves and andclusters andd1te andclusters
clusters of daisies and white roses rosesadorned esadorned rosesadorned
adorned the house for the occasion occasionThe occasIonThe occasionThe
The bride who was given in mar marriage marrqe marriage ¬
riage by her father wore a handsoire handsoirewhite band80lrewhIte hnndsorewhite
white chiffon gown draped over satin satinwith satinwith satinwith
with a long tulle veil arranged with a acoronet 8coronet acoronet
coronet or orange blossoms and car carried erTied cariled ¬
Tied a shower bouquet of lilies of the thevalley thevalle thevalley
valley valleyMiss valle valleIi valleyMiss
Miss Ii Pearl Pulliam who was her sis sisters sisters sistern ¬
ters maid of honor wore pink chiffon chiffonover chuiftonover
over satin and andcarrled carried a bouquet of ofpink ofptnk ofpink
pink rweet 1 peas peasJ 088 088J
J C C Pearson was best man for Mr MrWidner MrWidner MrWhiner
Widner WidnerAn WidnerAn WhinerAn
An informal reception followed tho thowedding thowedding thewedding
wedding ceremony and later in the theevening theneniRb theevening
evening Mr and Mrs trs Widner left leftWashington JeftVa leftWashington
Washington Va hlngton for a wedding trip After AfterJuly AfterJuly AfterJuly
July H i tb they y will 111 be at home at 1J23 1J23Earvard 113H 143Harvard
Harvard H ard street rcet
Fowler F ovlerSydenham FowlerSydenhamWedding ovlerSydenhamWedding Sydennam SydennamWedding
Wedding Saturday SaturdayThe
The marriage of Mine Josephine Sides Sydeaham SycIeausbter Sideslines
ham daughter usbter of Mrs Jra Helen Gastqn GastqnSydenham GutqRsrd GaatqnSydeishant
Sydenham srd te Ltent Jcaymond Foster FosterFowler lrFowler FasterFowisi
Fowler U S S A wilt take place Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day evening at 8 oclock at the thetoo Kenalng Kenalngton Kensington
ton apartment The ceremony which whichnlng cbwill whichwill
will be performed P rfOrm4d by the Rev J BeD1 BeD1nllIIt Hen Heniting
nlng Kelms N pastor of the Church of the theAscension theAacensloft theAscension
Ascension will be atu Jed by b only the therelative ue1Elatlve therelatives
relative and a few intimate friends friendsThe frleadaThe frSendsThe
The bride will be given In marriage marriageby I
by Mauchitn Niven in the absence of ofher oCher ofher
her uncle Maj J A A Gaston U fe s A Awho Abo Awho
who bo wa to have acted la that capacity capacityHer eapaclqHer psdty
Her 1 155 only attendant t will be Mte M Ricea RiceaSwett IUccaSwett RicesSwett
Swett SwettLieut SwettLleut SwettLieut
Lieut Donald Hillary Connolly United UnitedStates U UState UnitedStates
States Engineer En neer Corps Co will WI U be best man manfor JDDtor manfat
for Lieutenant Fowler FowlerA
A reception will follow the ceremony ceremonyand cenoGyand ceremonyand
and later It the evening DC Lieutenant UeuteDlitFowler LieutenantFowler LieutenantFowler
Fowler and his bride will leave Wash Washington WaiibInctOft Washlngton ¬
ington for a i xtended wedding trip tripMtes tripx tripM
Mtes x Sydeniam te the daughter of the thelate t tlate thelate
late Lleufc Avla A vtn H Sydenham U S A ALieutenant ALIeutenant ALieutenant
Lieutenant Fowler was graduated uate4 this thisyear Udsyear thisyear
year from the Military Academy at atWet atWest atWest
West Point and will be assigned to the theEngineer tbeEntdDeer theEngineer I
Engineer Corps CorpsMiss CorpsMiss i
i I I1Ifias
Miss Julia Juli Lippitt LippittIs
Is Bri4e of G B B CnugWU CnugWUThe Cr CrihillThe pin pinThe j
The marriage of o Miss KI Julia Arml ArmlMead Armistead Armlstead
stead Llppitt daughter of the late r Dr Draad Drand > r rand
and Mrs William Fontaln Llppitt LtppittGeorce and aadGeorge andGeorge
George Bovdoin Craighlll took place placelast placelast placelast
last evening at 8 oclock at the thehome tilehome thehome
home of tho bride 2S43 P street streetOnly streetOal streetOnly
Only Oal a small gathering pth rlac of relatives relativesand
j and friends attended the ceremony ceremonywhich eeremonywhich ceremonywhich
which was solemnized sole udze by the bride bridegroom bridesroom bridegrooms ¬
groom father the Rev James JIII B BCraighlll BCralghlll BCraighill
Craighlll minor canon of the Epla Episcopal Eplaeopal Eplacopal ¬
copal Cathedral assisted by his son sonthe sonthe
the Rev Fraud Hopkiason Craig Craighill CraJclam Craighill I
hill of Wytbevilte Ya YaI VsThe
I The house was prettily decorated decoratedfor I
for the occasion with palms and cat e1It0wellL catflowers rt rtMower
Mower MowerMlfe flowersMis 0wellL 0wellLMb
Mlfe > Lipnltts bridal gown Owll W was of ofdraped ofwhite ofwhite
white ebiaon cblkon oV over r satin ti made b bdrai isdraped I
draped princess fli effect with effective effectivelouche effectiveto effectivetouches I
touches to of lace trimming and she sheX0r shetQKe sheDre i
X0r Dre a tulle t veil surmounted with witha
a wreath of 0 orange bl blossoms MO om and andcarried andcarried andcarried
carried a shower bouquet of Bride Brideroees Brider0tfe8 Brideroses
roses and lilies of the valley vallevMiss valleyMiss
Miss MlnUe Henderson Lippitt Lippittsister Lippittlllater Llppfttsister I
sister of the bride was ti > maid of ofhonor ofoaor ofhonor
honor and the brides nie n1 nIece Miss MissMary UsaMary MissMary
Mary Morselle onselle Lippitt daughter of ofDr ofDr ofDr I
Dr and lid Mrs William Fontaine Lip Lippitt Lippitt ¬
pitt of Porto Rico acted a as brides bridesmaid bridesmaid bridesmaid ¬ i
maid They wore dainty gowns OWJUI of ofpale ofpale ofpale
pale blue silk mull and aD carried carriedshower carriedabo carriedahoner
shower abo er bouquets of pink sweet peas peasJames peasJarues
James 11 Rutherford Craighill of ofPitt oCPUbS ofPius
PUbS > urg ur brother of the bridegroom bridegroomwas
was 1 he best man manI manAn manAn
I An informal reception followed the theeeroBcony theceremony
ceremony eereno and later in the evening
Mr aJd a Mrs Crcighill left Wash WashiagUro WashY Washington
iagUro Y for their bridal trig trl to Porto PortoRico PortoRko PorteRico
Rico Mrs Craighill traveled in intaUoecl a atailored ataiIoied
tailored suit of light smoke color colored eoIoreel ¬
ed 4 loth with a bu burnt t straw hat hatUpcr hatUpv
Upcr their return they will reside resideS
4 crgetown crgetownAinoi4 Ketown I
AmcoJ the outottoWJt guests were wereS wereS
S S rau an Lear Lippitt of San Juan JuanPorte JuanPortz
Porte Hlro Mr and Mrs IL James Ruth Rutherford RuUlerford Rutherford ¬
erford Cralghill of Plttsburg Avail Armistead Availstead
stead S S Lippitt of Clarke 1arke county V VDr VL VLDr VaDr
Dr and Mrs James M Craighlll and andMiss andM1a
Miss CraighUl of Baltimore Col and aadMrs andMrs
Mrs 1 R R P Cl ew eWe Mrs E E Tayloe Perry
Thornton T Perry CoL and Mrs Wil William WUUam U UHam ¬
liam E Craighill and Miss Craighill Craighillall CraighIlLan
all of Charles Town W Va Mr and andMrs andMrs
Mrs William Wattle Wattles of Alexandria AlexandriaVfc Al AlVk AlexsadriVs
Vfc Judge aDd Mrs 11I T S S Gannett of ofNorfolk ofo ofNorfoik
o Norfolk Va Mr and Mrs Edward M MYatea JilLeaXn MYates
Yates eaXn oC Rappabanaock P hHnT hHnTnoke county Va VaMiss VaMiss
Miss Minnie C Henderson of Boa Roanoke Boanoke
noke Va Mr and Mrs Charles C CHenderson Cendenon CHenderson
Henderson of Easton Easton Md MdMt
Mt Tabor Ckurdi caardT CknrckSceae
of f Xoyes NoyeSkiaaer Skiaaer W Wdiag WdiagMies dng dngMtec
Mtec Honora Skinner daughter of the theRev ueRev theReV
Rev aDd Mrs Charles W Sktnaexv Sktni was waamarried wasmarried 1
married to Ernest ° lapp app Xoye of Pith Pithburg
burg last eveninc ev at S oclock oc KJt at the thehit I I
Mt Tabor Methodist Church The TbeeererDOllY Theceremony
ceremony which bieh was attended by a II
large gathering of relatives and friends I Iwas Iwas I
was performed by the father of the thebride I
bride th the Rev Charles W Skinner SJdnn Skinnerassisted r I
assisted by the brother of the th bride bridegroom j jgroom i
groom m the Rev Edward Noyes of ofNewton
Newton Center Mass K and the Rev W WJ i I
J Thompson of TarryU Tarrytown > wn N Y YPalms YPaints
Palms smilax and numerate cluster of
daisies formed the decoratiacs of the thechurch thechurch I IC
church churchThe C churchThe b I Iby
The bride who was given in ace marriage marriageby
by her he father wore a handsome gown gowaof gownof gownof
of handembroidered white mesaaline mesaalinesatin v mlinestln Ifnoe Ifnoetin
satin made prince a tyle and trimmed in inpearls inpearls inpearIs
pearls Her long tulle veil 1 was arranged arrangedwith arrangedwith
with a coronet of orange blossoms and andshe ADAJIbe andshe I
she carried a shower bouquet of gar gardenias gardenlas ¬
denias Bride roses and lilies of carI the thevalley thevalley
valley valleyMia valleyMim k
Mia M Frances Skinner who was her herBisters hergfst I
Bisters gfst a maid of honor wore white calf chitfan j
f fan oa drapctt drap over yellow satin and car carried carrind
ried an armful of marguerite margueriteThe I
The bridesmaids Miss Elsie De La LaI
marter of Lansing Mich and Mta MtaMargaret Mi MiMargaret
Margaret Naves of Newton Center CenterMass CterXa CenterMass
Mass wore gowns of yellow dragnet dragactover
over yellow y now silk and carried mower mowerbouquets stuwerbouquet
bouquets of maidenhair ferns feresCeremony fer ferCeremony fernsCeremony
Ceremony Is Followed FollowedBy Fol FolBy FollowedBy
By Reception At Brides Home HaraeMiss H HMiss HomeMiss
Miss Julia Cook and Miss Juliette JulietteThompson Ju JulletteThompson etteTboDI
Thompson TboDI eon of Tarrytowu N Y were welOwer wereflower wereflwne
flower sirte iris They TII > wore dainty Swig Swteand 5w1and I
and lace frocks with yellow sashes aDd aadcarried aDdcarried andcarried
carried baskets ttts of daisies daisiesRoss daJIdnRoss daisiesRoss
Ross Skinner of Ptttsbunc was best bestman bMtman beatman
man for Mr Noyes Ny aDd the ushers were wereColby wereColby wereColby
Colby Dill of Ferth Amtoov N J aDd aadEverett aDdEverett andEverett
Everett Settle Skinner broiler brot of the thebrlde thebride i ibride
bride of Beverly Mass MassA XaA
A large a e reception rec n In the ba bone ne of the thebrides thebride thebrides
brides parents at 2825 Wisconsin lV1ec msin ave avenue arenue ve veDUe ¬
nue followed the ceremony at the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church The house was beautifully beautifullyadorned beud beautifullyadorned ullY ullYadom
adorned adom with palms smilax aDd yel yellow yellow eI eIlorar ¬
low lorar and ihl white sweet BW peas U UXOyp and daisies daisiesLater < laisi laisiLater
Later in the evening vening Mr and Mrs MrsXoyes MrsNore
Xoyes left Waslrfaston Waahbi on for a Northern Northernwedding NortheraweddlDJ Northernwedding
wedding trip the th latter wcarinc a tail tailored taDored tailored ¬
ored suit of natural colored linen crash crashwith crashwith crashwith
with a hat of the same shade After AfterSeptember AfterSeptember AfterSeptember
September 15 Mr and Mrs Noyes will willbe willbe willbe
be at home in PKtsbunr where Mr MrNoyes lrSOYe5 MrNoyns
Noyes is in charjre of the Rnetish de department de deDArtment donatment ¬
partment of the Normal School SchoolAmonc SchoolAmonr SchoolAmong
Among the outoftown srueeis s at the theeerwsiony theOIlv theeeesmony
eerwsiony OIlv were Mis Harriett Dant of
Pfttsmmr Miss Cjrcline C reline Smith of
York Pa Miss Ltura Lt jra Fawcett Miss
Alice Hyde and Miss Mary Chalfoate Chalfoateof
of PhIladelphia and the Rev Mr
Thompson Mrs Thompson and Miss
Juliette J I1ette Thompson Thom ThompsonpfTarrytw + f Tarrytcwn Tarr WD N So Y YHarvey YHatveyTrewDlla YMarveyTrewolla
Harvey HatveyTrewDlla Trewolla Wedding WeddiugAttended WeddingAttended WeddingAttended
Attended Only By Kr Nfdr < ir Relatives RelativesThe
The marriage 01 Mis bs Maude E Eo Tre Trewolla Trewona Trewolla
wolla and Laurence V e Harvey took tookplace tookpl tookplhce
place pl ce yesterday at noon In intors the pas pastors paaI
I tors tor study of Jhe be Ninth Street Chris Christian ChrialtJaJl Christian ¬
tian Church the pastor the Rev O QMiller A AMiller Atmer
ltJaJl Miller officiating Only Onl the immedi immediate immediate medl medlale ¬
ate families were present on account accountof
of the recent death of the brides bridesmother bridesmother brldeemother
mother motherMr motherMr motherMr
Mr and Mrs Harvey left immedi immediately immediately Immediately ¬
ately after fter the ceremony for their theirwedding theirwedding theirwedding
wedding tripp They will make their theirhome theirhome theirhome
home in Washington WashingtonMiss aahlngton11l8s
+ 1 1Miss
Miss Mary Vieroorg Vier Gorgu of Shelby Shelbyvine Shelbjrifle
vine Ind who has been the guest of ofMiss ofMiu ofMiss
Miss Helen Himbs at New Oxford Pa Pafor Pafor Pafor
for several weeks will arrive in Wa Waington Waul I
ington this week to be the guest of her hercousin h heoWltn hercousin
cousin Miss Katharine Brooks for nor several 8eVera1 norersi ¬
eral weeks Miss Gorgas and Mtes MtesHimbe JAsHlmb he heHinsha
Himbe are graduates of t Fakiaoat kino t Semi Seminar Seaainr Seminar ¬
nar narMlsfi nr Miss Ni s Brooks will accompany 4NIapIury Miss MteeGorgas xGorcu MissGorges
Gorges to Indiana far an extended ostanaadvisit extendedvisit tehlsit
visit sit
Miss Frances Johnson JohnsonIs
Is Bride of Dr Bowers Bowerswas
XIa Prances Loretta Joheso WOft mP mPtel daug daugtsr
tel oXr of Mr and ra Louis c cwu ca Jcen Jcenwan
was married to Dr John Edson ulast Bowers Bowerslast Bemlast
last evening at 8 oclock at tL the home et ether ofher C Cher
her parent JS7 i M street The cere ceremony eenJDOIIY emnmany ¬
many which wa was attended by a sawn sawnparty mosflparty I
party of relative ud 1a a few latite latitefriends lmti ata atafriends
friends was perforr e e by the Rev Joan JoanReid JohnReid
Reid Shannon pastor of the Metropoli Metropolitan ¬
tan M E Church ChurchThe ChurchThe
The house houa was beautifully ly adorned adornedwith adornedwith
with palms smilax dusters of Kiliar Kiliaraey Killarsty
aey and Crimson Rambler roses laurel laureland laurelaDd laureland
and Aateie AateieThe daisies DIaIeaThe daisiesThe
The bride who was wa escorted and given ghreala sIftIl1a
la marriage ma by her father wore a gown gownof pwaof gownof
of whH white incssatine tiDe noun made on aria ariacess dD dDcae prtncane
cess lines and embroidered in pearls pearlsHer peoriaHer
Her long tulle veil was arranged with witaa
a crronet c ronet of orange blossoms and she snecarried shecarried
carried a shower bouquet of orchklb orchklbaad onhidband orchldband
and lilies of the valley Her only scan ornament scanpdnt ¬
ment was a pearl pendant the gift of ofthe oftbe oCMiss
the bridegroom bridegroomMiss
Miss Rose L 1 Johnson who was bar barsteter her1ters
steter 1ters maid of boner wore a becom becoming beesstug ¬
inK gown of concolored niMmHii 11I silk silktrimmed aUktri silktrimmed
trimmed with gold net and carried an anarmful anarmful anarmful
armful of Mrs 13 Taft roses rosesMizs ICMIeLK tonesMira
Mizs Marguerite erite Roweu of Falls FallsChurch FallSChurch
Church Va Va who was bridesmaid wore worepink worepink worepink
pink meteor crepe trimmed in crystals crystalsaad c crystalsand I
and carried carriedpink pink rose roseLoote ro rosesLouis
LouIs L Johnson brother of the thebride theIN1de thebride I
bride was best man for Dr Bower Bowerand Bowersajsd I
and Kenneth A Shaw was groom groomAa JCfOO1 grooln groolnAn
Aa Informal reception followed the thewedding theweddlD thewedding
wedding < ceremony Mr lira Johnson who whoassisted wboaaisted whoassisted
assisted her soninlaw aDd daughter daughterin i
in receiving the guests wore e a gown gowaof pWDOf gownof
of pale blue organdie over silk ukwore and andwore andwore
wore a corsage bouquet of white sweet sweetpeas sweetpeas sweetpeas
peas Mien X Isabel Johnson wore French Frenchblue FreDcbWile Frenchblue
blue mull over silk aDd wore pink sweet sweetpeas sweetPeja0 I IteI
peas peasLater Peja0 Later teI la the evening Dr and Mr MrBowers n1 n1Bowen Mrs MrsBowers
Bowers left Washington for a Western Westerntrip WesteI1I1trip Westerntrip
trip and upon their return to Washing Washington w wtOD ¬
ton after September 1 will reside at UK UKM IS ISM II
M street Mrs Bowers wore a travel traveling traftlIDe traveltag ¬
tag suit of rose colored eoI Irish poplin poplinheavily popttnheavily I
heavily heav y braided aDd a white chip hat hattrimmed hattrimmed
trimmed ia white trUe tcileDr trUeDr I
Dr Bowers Bowe who te the son of David Davidformerly Dari4I
B Bowers Of FOrt Wa Wayne 5e Ind was wasformerly 1
formerly resident residentWashington i1rr uhysicien t at the tbcospital tkWUb1Dcton theWublngton
Washington Asylum IUID Hospital ospital and at th thTuberculosis tile tileTuberculosis theTuberculosis
Tuberculosis Hospital having llt Just re resigned re retcned tosigned ¬
signed from the latter to tmfce i ivate p 111 111ate pciate
ate ate practice upon ate return to toington W WtngtOft Wash Washtngtoti
ington In September SeptemberScUosser SeptemberScII1M8erSmit SeptemberSehieseerSinith
ScUosser ScII1M8erSmit Sraitk Wedding WeditagAt c
At Douflass Memorial rial Church ChurchMte CharekMiss
Miss Katherine Entail e Smith daugh daughter cIaaCIttel daughtsr ¬
tel of Mr and Mr If John W Smith SIIIIthwas Snthwas Smithlast
was married to Benjamin a A Schiomer Schiomerlast 8dt 8dtJut
last evening at 131 3i 9ctock at the taeDouglas theDouclas theDouglas
Douglas Memorial Church the pastor pastorthe rthe posterthe
the Rev W W Barnej officiating to tottves inthe I Ithe
the preeeDee of a large party of rein reIattv reintires
tires ttv aDd friends friendsPalms frleDdaPalma friendsPaints
Palms fern ferns and charter of white watteroses whiteroees whiteroses
roses carnations and dilute formed formedthe 1onDedthe formedthe
the decorations for the th church churchThe churchThe churchThe
The bride who was escorted to the thealtar tIaealtar thealtar
altar and d given to marriage by her herfather herCather herfather
father wore ore a dainty gown of white whitenet whitenet whitenet
net over silk with a long tulle veil veilarranged TeflarTDced nnflarranged
arranged with orange btoMMo aDd aadshe aDdshe andshe
she carried a shower bouquet of Bride BrideMte Bridereese
Miss Alice A Smith who was her hersisters hermaid hersisters
sisters maid of honor wore re a dainty dafartygowa daintygown
gown CO of white embroidered battete battetewith bMiatewIth bsewith
with a Urge white embroidery bat and andcarried andcarried
carried Bridesmaid rose roseJohn roeeaJohn rosesJohn
John W Smith Jr brother of th thbride the thebride
bride was best man maD and the usher usherwere usherswere
were Charles Walker Gustav CRuet C1tnerelm CRuetJohn CttnerJohn
John Adams and Louto AUwtoe AUwtoeA
A reception r in the borne of tile tbebrides tilebrldes thebrides I IDOrtheast
brides parents at 7K w Srxteeatfc street streetnortheast streetnortheast
northeast followed the ceremony at the thechurch thechurch
church churchMr Later in the evening Ir ADd ADdIra andM II
Mr Ira M SchkMer left Washington Mr Mrwedding a atriJ atrip
wedding trip and upon their tlwoirwUl return returnwill letuinwfll
will be at home at ISC Gate street streetnortheast i
northeast northeastMiss aorthea8tiss
Miss Herds Marrfae MarrfaeT aniaeITe arthgeTo
T Te CWiki JL Wsaaer W aaaer Aaajjecea AaajjeceaMrs AnaneucedMrs Witei I Ira
Mrs Anna Herri H annowiee C 116 die mar marriage marrlge ¬
riage of her daughter d e Ml Mhe EWe EbrfeHerrte EWeHerrle ElsieBerrie
Herrte to Charles R Wanner W eC f Penn D8JtYaDIL PetstnantL
sylvanli The wedding wedd took place but JaatfVenI lastevening
evening fVenI at 5 oclock at tbe borne of the tbebrides thebrides thebrides
brides mother at 646 6 C street north aortheast DOrthI norththe
east the Rev George AMUlerpastor A filJel ifler pastor pastorof i iof
of the Ninth Street Chrtetbui 6an Church Churchofficiating I Iofficiating
officiating in the presence J of a small smallparty smaMparty I
party of relatives and a few tottmat tottmatfriends IntimatefrLndtifointIal I
friends friendsAn frrDdsInf frLndtifointIal An informal Deception followed tile tbeceremony I IeereJllODY Iceremony
ceremony ceremonyNorthern and later in the e evening ag r rand Mrand
and Mrs 18 wanaer left W Washtngtos OII t fur a aNorthern aNorthern
Northern wedding trip to the tneIslands theIsIaRda Thousaisa ThousaisaIsiand
Islands aDd upon their return to Wash Washington Wubn WashSington ¬
ington n will be at atber home after afterbel Septem Septembet
bet 1 at TO Ks > taschusettS cbnett cbnettnortheast a aDOItheut arenas arenasnortheast
Miss Theresa E Drexel DrexelOne DrexelOne DrexelOne
One of Bridesmaids B at atPennSmith atPennSmith atPennSmith
PennSmith Wedding Weddingtartot
x Tbena 1 Z Drexel of 1M thetarlo t
tartot tartotwedding was ODe fill tile brit brideemaida at atat ths thswedding
wedding of Mte M Helen TTiinijteii H Htft TTiinijteiiPwm
Seelth daughter tft of Dr and Mrs Pusoic
Jtoop Smith and Ensign Albert wa oi
Penn PeIm U S S Nwhi N which h took pine pIMeat nme nmeI k kevening
evening at II oeJock Ia Gnce Grs M I E
I Church Wilmington w DeL DeLcter DeLTIle DelThe
TIle weddlnc was Of an oftIeIaI cIIar cIIaraeter cbsractor
actor all the office in attendance attenda ap appearing ap nppeating ¬
pearing to fun drew uniform uniformTbe 1IIdformTbe uniformThe
Tbe Rev 1hn Hiram W Kellogg poster paatorMtes posterat
of the eb thurcb pet1oeel the cenmMIT
ba the presence fill a large and IUD IUDpIMWJd distingullhed
pIMWJd company InchadJDc guests frotR
Wuh Waabingtoji New York BaItlmOler AD
1ULpoIls naia Lancaster PL Bhnginetou Bhnginetoue
N Y ILIId Laredo Tex Texthe the t0 hots Of
the e bricIecrooIa I
Miss 11 Smith wore a beautiful brtdal
gown of white te satin trimmed with
dudsem ducbe lace and an pearls the lace bar
fag been on her grandmothers grandmegh erB erBtWD wednma wedlsgbWD fc fcDr
tWD bWD wn The bridal Tell was the ODe warn
b her mother when beD De was IIIaIriIIL
Dr Smith escorted nacort hi his daughter A r rpve and andgave frmtgave
gave her to marriage marriageMtes marriageMiss
Miss Elizabeth C Smith th of Blsha irhni c
ton N Y was the maid of honor amt d
the bridesmaids b In addition to lOm M
Drexel were Mtas Beatrice M Xof L niHsn niHsnof Boa Boaof
of Lancaster Pa Mte M Grace TTinlifc TTinlifcand Beuld Beuldand
and IOu AdelIne Cempte both et C Wit TrUmtogton Witmington
mtogton mtogtonEa DCtoILEDsian mingtonEnsign
Ea Ensign gn A A C M X James U s S X of
Iowa aced ed as best man for forPerm z Es
Penn and the usher werew were en enW Mid MidW
W R Carter U S X 1 of Maine MU MUshipman MMshipinan
shipman J 7 C Jennicis U S N eC C
Iowa 10 Ensign V D Herbster H U S S 3C 3Cof Kof N Nof
of Pennsylvania PeaD8 = TI aDd F Ensign gn S X XGygax L LGnax IGygax
Gygax U S N of Kentucky
Little Mte X Florence Helen HeletaCOUBta ffmUb a acousin acousin
cousin of the bride and daughter of De DeJ DcJ
J R Smith of Templevitte I JIM M4L wm wmtbe waq
the flower gIrL gfalceremony gIrLA gfrLA
A large reception fellond fellondceremony 411 after aftereeremoay
ceremony at the borne b of die laMes kMIfpareJrta scMcTBparents S Sparents
parents 1382 13i Washington street streetXxs stressMrs
Mrs 0 Ernest Walker WalkerGes W WaIk WaIkGoes Iker IkerG
Goes T Te Beverly For ser guranurMrs serIrs
Mrs Ernest G Walker Walkerby W acusied acusiedhr au J iJ iJbY
by her mother her Mrs D Pratt Pratt1ter Maaalr Maaalrand Mulaand
and her young son IIOIa Xamstoc Walker Walkerleft W Wleft Walkerleft
left Wasbtannon W yesterday for Bavwty BavwtyMam BMtd7wIIeft erty ertyMass
Mass Mamfor where she baa mites a ce cetor coltagofor
for the tbeMt theXia > w
Miss Mt Martha Keek1 Keek1Xarries Keek Keekrriea KeckMarries + L
Marries rriea ChrntJan CIt ScnmMt ScnmMtA
A very pretty wedding took tookevealn ame pines lost lostevening bwtevening
evening < at 8 Oclock o cloek when Mte xKeck Tlfni rtn rtnKeck Ib IbKeck
Keck and Christian Schmidt were wereried wenrted wererind
rind at the home of the brides bridestoIaw bride brs brsinlaw
toIaw Paul Kuhaei on capitol capitolThe HBL HBLThe
The bride wore a dainty white whitewoI6eRd whit enk enkbroinered embroidered
broidered robe and carried white wtdteniece j iai iaipeas
peas peasHer
1 Her niece Miss Martha Knbael Xulmelthe Kubnelthe wa watbe
the maid of honor and Fred Diets Dietsbest DIeUbest Dietgbest
best man for Mr Schmidt ScbmidtAnother dtADOtber SchmidtAnother
Another niece of the bride Mrs I Iard JIiMIf JIiMIfani mo mord
ard rd R Thatcher with her bnsbnmi h heHkDoWD a aweHknown aweBknown
weHknown organist aDd aDdBalUmore composer or orBaltimore ofBaltimore
Baltimore played the wedding Jacad mteb mteband csh cshand
and an appropriate appropriatedurIB musical nragsmnc nragsmncduring p
during dngtheeren dngtheerenthe the eveniag eveniagThe 7
The Rev Henocb gehroeaer SehroeIerthe perfr perfrtne
the ceremony J to the presence c cptherill C a agathering I Igathering
gathering < of relatives aDd aadfriends aDdfriendL ls4 ls4friends
friends friendsMis friendsMis
Mis Mis Elisabeth ElisaWarriei G Gidhag GidhagXrried Hic HicHarried
Harried T Ts William B Biea BieaAnaooncement JWeLDOUDC B eo eoAnnouncement
Announcement DOUDC Dt te made of tile tilerIace mar marriage mactinge ¬
tinge of Miss Elmabetb rlS1 AGiiiiithna A AWIIUam GUDdIIagad GUDdIIagadWilliam and andWilliam
William E Boles let1 The Theplace wedd we tiding hash tneicplace hashplace
place thin mornmg nIng at 1J 1e octeek at tb tbChurch tM tMCburch thoChurch
Church of the Good Sbepnerd Sbepherdtbe tbe tbethe i ithe pester pesterthe
the Rev C S s Abbott offidattog offidattogpresence in aa aapreseace t tpresence
presence of a email gathering of oftires rela nIatIft8 relative ¬
tires and friends friendsTbe trieDdILTbe frmendaThe
+ r
Tbe wedding of ofiiets Mtes GoldIe E Tn 1IIIIIer 1IIIIIerPraIIk r rand r raad
and Frank Jones of New York Y k city dtJrtake wm wmtake wULtake
take place at 5 oclock this tbtetbe afte aftea nilerne nilerneat
a at the Wesley L E Church tile tilebe thethe
the Rev W L McKenaey JIIcKeeBe7Ir ofnctattag ofnctattagter ofScisils ofScisilsC ofScisilsMr
+ C
Ir aaa Irs madam Grosser Gn8nertel dough doughter
ter Ruth and sons Sylvan and GeraM GeraMleft
left today for forAt1antlc tJantJe CRy where wMnhave y yhave
have rented a cottage for the tbeseason as
season mamaMr
+ r
Mr and Mrs Jot D DJ J ITanfnma rrfamiIT amt andfamily
family are soendlag the aommer at
North TakonKi TaJtomoBD TakemaMine
A AMte
Mine Hilda JacoM J JacohLst of the tMtile xaUtbonrMT xaUtbonrMToecnpim QlffboscoVis
is tile pelt gu Of ttiaives In B tllaere tllaereXr Boltereand
Xr and Mrs Lec ToIk TOhetaer an anzar at now nowocce
oecnpim occe zar tbeir cottage to Atmntns City CityN ctyN
The Business Doctor DoctorBy D ctor ctorL
L By Roe Fulkerson
My Ant r rI eagrcY g ggection
rcY C gection Ion said the tbeBuataea thetrae
I rfO lJ ocF 30cC
trae F w5 a > Buataea Doctor Doctorwould JoetoIwouW Dectorwould
would be that thatthat thatyo thatyou
yo paR cl down downthat 0 W R RIat
that Iat sign A APea
7 Pea Deiest Rewitred Rewitredy BeredKeY
KeY y On All Orders Ordersand Onlenc1
f and a a c1 substitute substituteone BUbsttbltereadIDc
one readtag Tour TourMoney Yowloney YaiwMoney
Money Back If To You Want it 1t The Themaa TIMhi Theman
man m any line who compete a deposit depositon
on an order these days Is as hard to tofind toADd tofind
find as a man J who has ao money moDeyTested to tovested Invested
vested to the moving picture Pkt1IntTIle business businessTbe biadnensThe
TIle place to tobostnea study brIclt making JDIdDIn is isin
In a brick yard and the place to study tIIdJoc studybtinitieea
bostnea of any an sort rt te to a department departmentstire
stire at stt < re where the best brain of tIM tbecourtry tIMCOUrtr thecouitry
courtry COUrtr is devoted to the study of bust business buillBess bustBeet ¬
ness method Your wife can go into intoturn IIItoODe intoone
ODe of these b big store LMl bay any IUt7artJde anyarticle
article and take It home and then re ret1Irn re return
turn it in a aback week lid get her money JDOW7aot moneybacknot
back backnot aot not only get It back but get it itbade itbaclt itback
bade cheerfully aad willingly The Thecounter Theankle Thearticle
ankle may have to AO 011 a remaaat remaaatcounterorlte remnantcounterorbe
counterorlte counter or be sold at a redaction u bat with withtbeir withtbeir withtheir
tbeir deep knowledge of merchandis merchandising JDerChaDdiIIIng ¬
ing they have found it te better to toJaalt lose losehalf oue ouebsi
half a dollar than to fall to absotatety absotatetysatisfy abuolutelysatiety olutelytl
satisfy tl fy the customer customertbe customerThe customerThe
The best 1at interest of the customer euatomerthe Is Isthe
the the best interest of the merchant In toevery Inevery Inevery
every case There are ao exception exceptionYou exeeptioDllYou exceptionsYou
You can not afford 0Icl to haggle or oran demur demuran
an instant Don even dtacuas the thematter thematter thematter
matter tjlhafter tjit tfl after toe refund refuD4oocl te made madetiood
Good will te an asset recognized even evenpublic eftBby evesby
by J kw and when any pornnyse or to ue uepuWIe thepublic
public get pta the good wm of a patron patronhe patroDhe patronhe
he ha has as an eternal asset not only the tbeindividual thetDdIYidul theIndividual
individual but his entire tire circle of offriends oftrieDda offriends
friends and relative relativeThere reIathI retailenThere
There is no trade profession manu manufactory JDIUUItMtOr mansfactory ¬
I factory tMtOr or ntercantBe e establishment to towhich towhich I
which the rule te pot applicable Money Moneykept MoneyIkPt
lkept kept from a dissatisfied clIB person Is not notI I If
I a gaIn but a lo lone and next to the re reIfuad reI soI
1 fund te the cheerfulness with which itJs itis it itis
is made Take In that sign of o yours 7ountIttak yoursthink
I think less fit f your rigbts and more of ofe 0the atthe
the rights eC OW pans and Ute tb Ia Iawill iserweend
e erweend a a business = win IIIIy a y c eIii eIiifOrtheew ramponooae = moaas moaasfOr
I for fOrtheew the few leases
Old oeeaa has been to be bete en enterprising
terprteteg te advertiser Mvert by oroer ec ecUl C tb tbUnited the theUnited >
United Ul ted States Government G6 Rt to a anlllltc anlllltcjU8t rJHa rJHalantic rollag rollagjest
jest made 1 the War Deportment At AtIaDtk Atlantic
lantic City ofBemte protested against am amenorEMms ItaeJIOnaoua anenoranius
enorEMms floating attng sign placed off 01at shore shoreat sbereat
at that point nt The sign te aa etaetrtc etaetrtctbe eleetrleODe etseiricone
ODe aDd was expected to be a blot 1IIetthe on onthe
the landscape DOth day and aignt but butthe 1IIItthe butthe
the department depL feet that it Itnothing cm eIIIIDOthIng do dote
nothing ba the matter salem tile olga olgais
te a menace 1neaace to toi JlaYlpt1ca awcl baa Ie Iemtormecl soInformed
i informed the engineer officer at Athurtte AthurtteCity AtIa8dcCitY AtlaisdeCity
City so we may expect the thefuture wave m mfuture stfuture
future to be rmhlaTontd nei with the theaae vir virtue nctoes ¬
toes of pins hIa a as the lawmen I lasdecaps has boot bootto beeRin beeninthepset
to inthepset inthepsetThe the paC paCTbe tTbe
Tbe common council of ocC Hartfm HartfmCMHL liaci liaciConn
CMHL C has passed a law lawIDOY r rmoving g gmoviag
moving sign aud automate It Itb te teby isb
by b a alowly ae of 3to to lilt the tJMIctr meek oud oudlowly
lowly sandwich man on tile steeet these tbseeTbere aocDOW theseDow
DOW DowThere
Then Is serious objection to the tbetkm thetion nd ndtion
tion of a proper pco er name as a trad trade tradelies mark markThe i iThe
The difficulty be lies to the act that ncy ncyHher aqJtber aerother
other man of the same name eiDtn amy g gtotn ps psinto
into the th same hue of busntcas bu2ii and tber tberte thSiIs
te no Jaw to prevent ao matter bow bswing MwJDucIt bowmuck
muck money baa been Iq ta taIDg advert advertlug
lug Any mac by the name of 01y ItBfjstn ItBfjstnmay Roemmay
may y make VAverware < A ease to iwfMt iwfMtte MIIItttha1
te that of a prominent manufacturer maaufnctnrercocoa eC eCeocea ofcocos
cocoa HIs cocoa 1s a weDknowa JDIowaweDa and nmtwefladvertteed andneiladvertised
weDa wefladvertteed ftltied article yet a cocaaetttsr cocaaetttsrof eo eoOf
of the same name conies Into the tbeand aIM aIMa04 di diand
and manufactures tbe same article nut nutup tiltup potup
up In similar packages agns The Thecocoa otmouLcocoa otlgfamf otlgfamfverttetag
cocoa man could only imurt t m invertheng aMI aMIYert1ldac
verttetag tbe caution to totrade look fw fwtrade fortrade
trade mark which bIeh to a aIbis wamsa with aC aCtra7 a atray
tray of eoeoa which Is IIIIOteet8i WIIIk WIIIkhis wishahisnameisnet
Ibis hisnameisnet hisnameisnetSome name te a Bet Betsome C CSome
Some men spend sir depo cy to InoIt the wartr wartrflgnring weckflgi1g
flgnring oat bow they can eaaforlolll got i iforlorn em emforlorn
forlorn printer or mmltahfi 11shr to toWGIt towitrtk inllrBi inllrBiirldse
WGIt flit t priadIIc tidng for II t c ctile ignerbugthe
tile very hIIpeIta taut aet t that tIIattWIIc no noever
ever nds a thing an pem Mat MateGIIIIIIaar butas
as e4isafertenste ease eGIIIIIIaar COaddetbNd COaddetbNdwho M MCMIIIIIl
who CMIIIIIl make It poseer yatth yatthidge Jth JthlM
irldse lM idge e ShS np XuK Ts

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