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THE WASHINGTON TIMES 3TOXDAY MO I > Y XOVESTBEB 28 1910 7
Miss Helen Taft Honored Honoredat at TeaBy TeaBy Tea YeaBy
By the Misses Garrard at Fort Myer
Post Commanders Resi Residence ResidenceDecorated Residence ¬
dence denceDecorated Decorated in in Anny AnnyColors Arm rmy rmyColors Y YColors
Colors for Entertainment EntertainmentTbe
Tbe Mtoocg 1eeee GtuTani G rrard daughters ui hters of OBI OelJoseph OBIJ0etIk C1Joseph
Joseph Garrard oaBUHaadteg ooeng DIIIag wCfteer taeer ef efFort e1Fort C CFort
Fort Myer My < < and Dd Mrs Mi Garrard will en entertain eBtertaia entertaa ¬
tertain at tea te this afternoon from S to toHelen tooclock toT
T oclock at lort Fort Xy r lit oDOr oC Miss 2WIuHelen MissHelen
Helen Taft TaftThe TattThe TaftThe
The colonels s house beueeVt 1Ieu e at the ae top t J f the thelull therun thehill
lull will be effectively decorated de onI1ed for the theoccasion thewith theoccasion
occasion with the cavalry and artillery artillerycolors artlllerYcolors artllierycolors
colors yetlow aDd red vtitas ut4n + y yellow yellowchrysaBthentws yellowchtYMBtbellwJ yellowchtysafUlaaur
chrysaBthentws s and IHI red roses rosesTea ro rosesTea es esTea
Tea will be served from three small smeltt smalltables smaJltables
t tables instead i eed of one large one onepresIcDDg and andpreskUn andat
presiding presIcDDg presidingatherie at the tables T wilt n be Mi MiCatherine l J JCatheriDe
Catherine Bfddte Porter daughter lIter of ofMajor oCMaJor ofMajors
Major J Bfddle Porter U S A and andMrs aJMlIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs Porter Miss 1Ift 8 Margaret Kjrfgbt Kjrfgbtdaughter KJridatdaughter te tedaughters
daughter of Col John Joh T Kataht 1It U S SA SA SKnight
A aad Mrs MrsSwift Knight and ands Mtee JIi g Clara C1aIaSwift
Swift daughter of Major Koea Swift SwIftU SwiftU
U S A and Mrs SwtftJ SwtftLieutenant Swtft StslitLieutenant t tLiel1tenant
Lieutenant Camperio CamperioGives Camperlo CamperloGives CamperioGives J
Gives a a DinnerLieut Dinner PiaaerLleat BDer BDerLle
Lleat Lle t Fttippe camped former naval navalattache DY8Inttae > mvalnttaehe
attache nttae e of the Italian embassy enter entertained entertalued entertwined = ¬
twined at his bachelor dinner dJlm l last evep evepiag EW EWing evepfng
iag at Ravsehers Rau ebers His guests were the thecounselor thecoUDBelor thecounselor
counselor of the Italian embassy Mar Marchest Marh Marchl
chest h Xegrotto Cambiaeo who will winbest be bebest bebest
best Han for Mr Camperio Brig GeL GeaClarence GeLClare GoaClarence
Clarence Clare ee R Edwards U S A Lieu Lieutenant LIeut Lieutenant ¬
tenant t DDt Commander Dder Newton A MeCuilv MeCuilvI xeCulT
I I t S X Lieutenant Commander Carlo CarloPflster CnoPfIster Carlo CarloPaster
Pflster naval attache of the Italian em embassy embas embassy ¬
bassy bas y Captain Archibald Butt U S SA SA SA
A Dr Raymond Spear U t S K Ma Major XajOr Major ¬
jor W R V Judson Engineer Commis Commissioner Comm ¬
loner ODec of the District DI trlct Harry Day DayRalph and aadRalph andRaJph
Ralph Bloomer of New York Roberto RobertoCentaro Rob RobertoCentavo rto rtoCentan
Centavo and DCI AoKusto A to Roseo of the em erabassy embas6y embassy
bassy staff who will be the ushers and andthe aMthe andthe
the naval val attache a taehe of the French Fr emy embusy em eraliasey emhS6Y
busy Lieutenant LIeu eaaat Commander r Benofet BenofetdAzy BeDoI8tdAy Benoistd
y dAy d Any Gen Montgomery ont Maoomb U TJS US US
S A a B Major Carl feichmaa feichmaaU Fe chman
U r 1 s A AThe
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The president pr t and officers of the Dis District Di Ditrid District ¬
trict of Columbia auxiliary of the Navy NavyKelfef NaTYHelie Navy1tellef
Kelfef Society have issued I ued invitations invitationsTor invitstio invitstioor
Tor r or a special meeting to be held at the thecommandants thelJfttllDdaDts thecommandants
< commandants house at the navy yardat yard yardat yardat
at tat 31 oclock this afternoon afternoonThe attenlOOlLThe afternoonThe
The officers of the society are Mrs Mrsr MrsF
r 1 K Eo Beatty president pre klem Mrs Seato Seatoix SeJLtoB SeJLtoBSchreecler S eto n nSchroeder
Schroeder 1InIt f rst vice president pr 8hhRt Stir AI Albert AI1ft
bert ix > rt Gleaves treasurer Mrs Richard RichardWalnwrfght RidIaAIWBJnwrlght RichardWalawright
Walnwrfght Jr secretary Mrs Mewiton MewitonK
K Johnson corresponding secretary secretaryand Mer Merand secretaryand
and Mrs Reginald F Xicfaohien 1ehoIMR ohair ohairmaa lrairman IaIr IaIrmaR
maR of the relief committee committeePaymaster comaritteePaymaster committeeL
L 1 1Paymaster
Paymaster Watrees WatreasEntertains WatreesEatertaias WatrtttlSEBtertaia
Entertains EatertaiasPaymaster EBtertaiapaymuter EntertainsPaymaster
Paymaster Frank T Watrooe U S SX Sx SN
X whsee marriage to Miss Katherine KatherioePaine KaUterlnePaine KatherinePaine
Paine of Asntabaia A htabula Ohio takes piece pfeuseThursday pJ pieceThursday ee eeThursday
Thursday December 1 entertained at atthis atthl8 atthis
this bachelors luncheon at the New NewWiilard NewWllIard NewWillard
Wiilard yesterday before tearing Je Ttng for forOhio forOhio forOhio
Ohio His guests were Paymaster Paymast D DM DM DM
M Addlson U S N Paymaster Pa Payma ter er A B BBowne BBoliVDe Bflown
flown of the Norfolk Navy Yard Pay Paymaster Paymaster Paymaster ¬
master Charles Morris U S N Pay Paymaster Paymaster Paymaster ¬
master T W Leutze IT S N Pay Paymaster Pa Pamaster Paymaster ¬
master E M Strlblin StribHtiK U S N and andPaymaster aDdPaymaster andPaymaster
Paymaster John Armistead Arm 8tead Spelhnan Spelhnanr
r S So N who will be best man for Pay Paymaster Paymast Paymaster ¬
master mast Watrous WatrousMr WatIOUMr WaaousMr
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Mr and Mrs Alexander Porter Morse Morsewill KOIS KOISwill Morsewill
will not return to their town residence residencefrom re residence3lasyZsad ideaoe ideaoefrom
from their Country place Ja J inuntil jAarjifeuid jAarjifeuiduntil K KHnW
until after a ter the Christmas Chris holidays Miss MissMararetta 1I IdsMargaretta IIs IIslargareUa
Mararetta Morse orSt who h has been spend spending spending spending ¬
ing some time in the North returned returnedto
to hr1touJe her home for TBanksgtvtBg aecompanied aecom aecomter aecompaaled
paaled by her DrotberInlaw and IMl ate sietl ateter
ter tl > r Mr and Mrs Joseph h J Ryan RyanGea RyanGeR RyanGee
Gee Wnttana Peirooek PenDeok Rogers U S SV SaDd
V and Mrs Ropers R ra left eft Washington Washingtonrecently WashI Washingtonrecently gten gtenforo
recently for Florida FIori to spend tn the win winMrs witIte wInter
te ter
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Mrs Xrsi airs1 tT i R Cla Ciagett < < ett and Del Miss J s Ctagett Ctagettv Caagettwilt
v wilt Ill II leave 1 e Washington W OII December 1 for forDenver forDenver forDenver
Denver where th they y win spend the win winter wtnt wintr ¬
t ter r with Major G M Rawiaii U 1 S S A ATin AEn AEn
En route they will spend some time timeLouisville tIm6In timein
In Omt Omaha OmahaLoaisviUe NL NLLomSVIHe
of ofTo
Louisville Girl GirlTo GirlTo
To Be Entertained EntertainedMiss EntertainedXiss EntertainedMiss
Miss Katherine Baxter of LovisviUe LovisviUewill lAMIIIwIUem
will m arrive in Was Washington tomorrow for fora forvt9It fora
a visit vt9It to 0 Miss 158 t Catherine BrftUon BdU Miss MissBrittoK JJU MissBritton s sBritton
= Britton will give aiv a a tea on Wednesday Wednesdaymeet W Wand wedaesdayand
and has 8e asked a keel a a number of guests to tomeet tmeet
meet her 1t at dinner on Friday FridayThursday FridayTIl1II FridayThorsiy
i
Thursday TIl1II December S Mr Horst HorstTnann Horstmann Horsttnana
mann of the German embassy emban will en entrrtain enffrtAin entertain
trrtain at dinner in honor of Miss Bax Baxter Baxffr Baxter ¬
ter
r T TMr
Mr Hvatington Hsandngton cackson acksoe iao arrived in inWasMMgtca InW inWashlrratcn
WasMMgtca W Jl yesterday from her er country countryplace countryplace
place Iaee Faraway Towson Md to spend spendthe spendthe spenda
a the winter wlllt with Mr Mrs < John R Jackson JaeJ on at ather ath ather
her h resMkflCe on Connecticut C tleut avenue avenueWord avenueor avenueWord
Word or has been received r cetved in Washing Wullimfon ¬
ton of the birth of a daughter Novem Novemi
i r IS to Lieutenant and Mrs rs Julian JulianParsons Julhtnarsons TuJlaftiarsons
Parsons arsons WIlcox t r S So M C at Peking
+ hina where Lieutenant Willcox nlcox is sta stai stationed Mahoned
i Toned at the American legation tlon Mrs MrsWillcox MnWl11Ox MrsWilkox
Willcox was formerly Miss Laura Wells Wellsdaughter Wens1ntghteI Wellslaughter
daughter 01 oi Mrs Henry Wells ells of Wash Washngton Si ash ashngton ashTgton
ngton Tgtoni ngtonJ
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Rosens to Sail SailFor SailF SailFor
For F or St Petersburg PetersburgBaron
Baron Rosen R the Russian ambassa ambassador am amROlleR ambsemdOr ¬
dor and Baroness Rosen accompanied accompaniedby ed edby
by their daughter dan titer ter Baroness BHsabeth BHsabethRosea EJtzabetkBo l itsabetlt itsabetltRosen
Rosen Bo ea will mil from New York De December Deeea December ¬
cember eea iter M for Europe Baroness Rosen Rosenand ROHIier Rosenand
and her er daughter will spend the winter winterin wiBterhi winterin
in St Peterebarg Pet but the ambassador ambassadorwin ambassadorwill 88ader 88aderwm
win return to this country hi two twomonths tWitJIIODt twomonths
months monthsMiss JIIODt monthsMiss S S11M
Miss 11M Helen Hyde of of CaMfernfa is the
house guest 81Ie t of the Minister of f the theNetheriande tlteNt theNetherlands
Netherlands Nt rlaDcll and Mat x Mme Lewi Lowing at the thetegattez tJte1e8ati4a thelegating
legatingCaptain legating tegattezCaptain 1e8ati4aCaPtain
Captain Sowerby naval JIIL attaehe of the theBritten tJleBrIti theBritish
British BrIti h embassy endJa y has gone to Texas for fora forthree fora
a three weeks hunting trip tripWife tripWife tripWife
Wife of Senator SenatorSwans SenatorSwanson SenatorSwanson
j I Swans Swanson on Arrives ArrivesMrs
Mrs Swanson S R wife of Senator Se t4N Swan Swanson Swsnsea Swanson
son of Virginia arrived m lit Washington WashingtonFriday WashingtonFriday VwRgtORFrIday
Friday and is the guest of Mrs George GeorgeT Geo e eT
T Marye The Senator Sel tor will Will c come e to toWashington 10WaeftlagtoR toWashington
Washington tonight to t aDd they expect uxeet to totake totake totake
take possession pclSI enloa of the home 1MHI e on Six Sixteenth SIxteenth Sixteenth ¬
teenth street which wbtc they have leased leasedfrom leasedfrom leasedfrom
from former Governor Merriam X < < rlaM within withinthe wtthhtthe withinthe
the next few te days daysThe dayBThe daysThe
j
The American Minister to Norway Norwayand Norwayand orw T Tand
and Mrs H H D Pierce arrived in ixWashington inWashington l lWa
Washington Wa hln yesterday ye terdcQ tterllOOR aternooa and andhave aDdhave andhave
have taken an aaartiacnt arnmDt at the High Highlands HtsJlJirs HighsIsnds ¬
landsMrs lands IsndsMrs
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Mrs Francois B Moran Moran will entertain entertainthe eDtertahtthe entertainthe
the debutantes of 0 the seasn soaaon at a dinner dinnerdance dtItAerdaaee dinnerdance
dance about the middle JIIkIdI of December Decemberher te teher Jaher
her beautiful DeW home on Sheridan Sheridancircle SIteridDcircJe Sheridancircle
circle which is Just bein being completed completedMrs completedXrs completedMrs
Mrs Robert xWktey tt kley will entertain entertainat
at dinner Wednesday WedDeS4l > ty i evening Decem December 1eeetabel December ¬
ber 14 in I honor oRor of Miss Louise Cromwell Crom Cromwell Cro a awfll ¬
well who will w I make her debut lbut in Jan January Jannary January ¬
uary
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Miss Bessie Johnson to toGive toGive toCard
Give Card Party Par and andInformal andInformal
Informal Tea TeaMies TeaYI TeaMies
Mies YI 6 Bessie Bes le Johnson will be hostessat hostess hostessat he te teat
at a small card party part follewed by It asinformal an aninformal aaiatennal
informal tea this afternoon at tfc tfcHighlands t tID e eHighlands
Highlands ID blands in honor of Miss Doris Hay Hayweod Hayweod Haywood
weod Miss Amy m3 Richardson and a d Miss MissLouise XIaLottI MticsLouise
Louise LottI e Bayne three of the seasons seasonsdebutantes H8ORsdebutantes seasonsdebutantes
debutantes debutantesMrs debutantesMrs
+ 5 5Mrs
Mrs Charles H Pickling Flek1ln Flek1lnthe announces announcesthe aanuuaoesthe
the marriage of her daughter Miss Uss Mary MaryM XaI XaIl MaryM
M l Ficklln PIckling to Russell P Allen of ofLockport ofLockport ofLockport
Lockport N Y The wedding took tookplace tookplace tookptace
place November oember 26 at Frederick Md Mdr MdThe lid lidThe
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The alumnae of Washington Vashl n Seminarywill Seminary Seminarywill SemlDrYwRl
will give a tea Wednesday afternoon afternoonNovember afternoonNovember fterDOOllovember
November 30 from 3 to fi oclock for forthe forthe forthe
the benefit of Noel N I House Housejf HousesCapt OUSe OUSeCpt
jf jfCspt
Cspt Wallace Cra1gie Craigie Cr lgle Ninth Cavalry CavalryU valry valryU
U S A is expected shortly from flOlR fromPutt fromPuttD Fort FortD FottD
D A Russell Wyo OR a visit vJ lt to his hisparents RIBJ8rents hisparents
parents Gen and airs J D Craiaie CraiaieU CnilKieU Cmigie CmigieU
U S A at the Rochambeau RochambeauMiss RochambeauMiss m eAI eAIMiss
Miss Tafts Guests GuestsHave GuestsHave GuestsHave
Have Returned ReturnedMiss ReturnedJIIi1I8 ReturnedMiss
Miss PhylHs Rice Miss nS5 Marion yart Crane CraneMiss CraneXiss CraneMiss
Miss Isabel Vincent Vi tcent and Miss Gordon GordonHamilton GwdoRHamilton GordonHamilton
Hamilton who 00 spent Thanksgiving at atthe atthe atthe
the White hUe House the guests of Miss MissHelen MiesHelen Xi 8 8Helen
Helen Taft have returned r turnecl to Bryn BrynMawr BI7nMawr BrynMawr
Mawr MawrMiss Mawr1II1 MawrHiss
Miss 1II1 s Hammond will will entertain at att1teAter a atheater atheater
theater party at the New NewNatbaal National Natto al on onFriday OftFrlday OnFriday
Friday evening In compliment to her herdebutante herdebutante herdebutante
debutante niece and cousin Miss 111 May MayHammond MayHammond > > a aHamDicmd
Hammond and Miss Eliza Morgan McMullin Mc McMulHn c cXulHn
MulHn of California Californiairs Caltt Calttrrs CaliforniaMrs
irs rrs James F Barbour Barbour and XJe Miss Mar Marguerite 1iaruerlte afarguerite ¬
guerite uerlte Barbour left Washtt Washi wa aon n this thismotalns tiltsnIDg thismt
mt motalns nIDg for a short stay in Baltimore BaltimoreMiss BaltimoreHiss tllIIOIe tllIIOIeM
Miss M Elizabeth Bryan Br an entertained entertaJRedOman a asmall asmall
small company at luncheon lunch today to q at atiher ather ather
iher her home on Eighteenth El hteenth street
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DETECTIVE PLAY GETS GETSOK GETSo
OK o K FROM J E WILKIE WILKIEJimmy WILKIEJimmy WILKIEJimmy
Jimmy Valentines s Safebreaking Episode Hardly Possi Possible Possible Possible ¬
ble Today But If Its s a Good Play Anyway Says SaysUnsle SaysUnite SaysLIn
LIn Unite le Sams Secret Service Chief I
The TIM art of solving combinations of ofsafes oCSfe ofsafes
safes by the delicate sense S e of touch IB IBnew JsDeW onew
new obsolete b eIete because it is impossible impossiblefrom impossiblefrom bIe bIefrom
from the t e practical standpoint of o the thesafeBreaker thes thesafebreaker
safeBreaker safeBreakerJohn s safebreakerJoan ebreaker ebreakerJ
John J oim E Eo Wilkie chief of the Secret SecretService SeontSenlce SeorstService
Service of the United States made that thatcomment tRtcomment thatcomment
comment when asked whether there therewas UtereW8 therewas
was any foundation roundatloD1JI 1n fact t et for the as assumption a asumptJon assumption ¬
sumption in Paul Armstrongs play playAlias playAlia8 playA1tas
Alias Jimmy Valentine Val9IId e at the Be Belasco BeIa8co Belance
lance this week that the chief per personage personage perMMge ¬
sonage Jimmy bJmseif was able to toopen toopen toopen
open a safe by manipulating alpulaUng the lock lockSrtth
his Angers lingetsIf AngersIf togersun I
un If conceived conceiveclln In the present time that thatmust thatmust thatmust
must be regarded nIed as drainatio licensecontinued license licensecontinued 11ce se seconUnued
continued Chief Wilkie W kle I saw the theptey tbepiay theplay
play in New York about bout two weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago and Jimmy Valentine was about aboutright aboutrlSht aboutright
right when he remarked to the warden wardenin wardenIn wardenin
in the prison JK IOn office I can open thesafe the thesafe thesafe
safe If you will give me the combina combination comblDUon combinatien ¬
tion tionThere
There was a time however when whena
a few clever safebreakers Sfebre kers were able ablete ableto ableto
to open the doors by the touch of their thendelicate theirclellcate theirdelicate
delicate angers 1iDer The fact might be re regarded rehnkd regarded ¬
garded as Justifying the dramatic Ucense li license 1 1e ¬
e cense Dee which Mr Armstrong takes in his hisplay hisPlay hisplay
play About forty years y Us ago a certain certainkind certainkind certainkind
kind of lock was used on safes s fes and it itwas Itwas itwas
was possible pos tble to manipulate these in insuch insuck
such a manner In the new kinds of ofsafes ofsafeS ofsafes I
safes there are no falling tumblers tumblerswhich tumbleISo tumbleISowblch tumblerswhich
which may be detected by the touch touchThere touchThere h hThere
There is now but one wedgeshaped wedge8hapedbit I Ibit
bit of mechanism mecb which when narrow narrowslots narrowslots i islots
slots in the combination discs are In In111M inline I Ition
line Is picked up Oft the final revolu revolution
tion of the knob and Del permits the opera operaUon operatlon I Itlon
tlon or the bolts And none n xne of the thediscs thedt8cS thediscs
discs comes In contact with the outer outershell
shell of the door So even if one were wereto Wl wereto > Te Teto
to sandpaper down the tips of his fin fingers fingees fingers ¬ I
gers as does Jimmy Valentine in the theplay theplay theplay
play he could not discover where the thehalfInch thehalrIncb thehalfinch
halfInch space in the several discs s sSome ssome sSome
Some experts employed by sale satemanufacturing salemanuCacturlng1 S tt ttmanuaeturlng
manufacturing companies and ac acquainted acqllln acquainttd ¬
quainted qllln with the manufacture of oftheir o otheir oftheir
their particular make might be able ableto ab1eto ableto
to open such a safe after hours of ofexperiment orex ofexperiment
experiment ex rbnent but I think no cracks cracksman cr cracksman cks cksJfta ¬
man could COY 1d do it itLOCAL ItLOCAL ItLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONCivil
Civil Service ServiceFor ServiceFo ServiceFo
For Fo shorthand typewriting advanced advancedbooh advancedboolr advancedboolrkeeping
booh boolrkeeping keeping and civil service preparation preparationKO
KO o o the old and reliable school The TheDril TheDrll TheDril
Dril try ry jim N Y av avp
The e stethoscope steUte < < ope was o ease ee ms used d to toepea t tope topen
ope open safes seS wasnt it the cM chief was waeaaked wuk wuYes wasasked
asked aakedYes askedYes k
Yes to some extent extentMr extontDo extentDo
Mr Do > o you think the latter method methodwhere met methodwhere od odwhere
where an Instrument was used 1f5 IIi so ar artistic artl artistic ¬
tistic tl tle as to open the safe by 1J the sense senseof sea senseof e eor
of touch touchWell touchWen touchKell
Well It wasnt so dramatic dnu tle at t any anyYork anyrat anyrate
rat rate 1 Dac bav fold old mf friends In New NewYork NewYork
York and here In Washington R to go gosee goseeAJias gosee
see seeAJias Alias Jimmy Valentine because becauseit
it Is a 3 play of gripping interest Its Itstypes ItBtypes Itstypes
types are areinteresting interesting although some someliberties 3011Je 3011JeUbertIes soielAnertiee
liberties hTv h avc ve been teen taken for or r dramatic dramaticeffects dra1RtJtas draamtlaeef <
effects eef tas as s It conceive e it it J5eyle Doyle fe J8Tery a avery avery
very good Rood nod sort of a copper coppeltOO cope too And Andthe AndUle Andthe
the alibi IW Jimmy fixes up Ur by oy which whichbeo whichhe Mrfaichhe
he beo collects Uects a a series or 0 of newspaper newspaperclippings newspaperclipIID newspaperclippings
clipIID clippings telling about the doings of ofa ofa ofa
a convenient cousin and bas his own ownphotograph ownphotograph ownphotograph
photograph doublenegatived into Jlto a abanquet abanquet abanquet
banquet group Is Ingenious I do not notknow notknow notknow
know that T rever ever heard h 8rd of an alibi of ofthat oftbat ofthat
that kind but it Is plausible plausibleDIVA plauBII plausibleDIVA Ie IeDIVA
DIVA NOT BOUGHT OFF OFFPARIS OFFPARIS OFFPARIS
PARIS Kov 2S Mme Mine Cavalier de denies denies des desales ¬
nies she has abandoned aba doned her American Ame n ntour
bfca became ae e her husbands family t mlly with without wlthcut withcut ¬
cut his k knowledge wledge has sent her 125900francs 125OMframos 125900 1S5di00francs
francs with the understanding that she sheis sheis sheis
is to remain rl > ma1n abroad She says she Sb has hasnot basnot hasnot
not received a 3 cent from rom any of the theChanler t tban1er theChanler
Chanler < family familya
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powder Powderforyou Powderforyouto foryou foryouteeth
to use on your
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Do go You Expect to Move MoveIf
If so we can offer you unusual facilities faciliti sand and rates ratesowing Tatesowing ratesowing
owing owing to an unusual condition conditionA
A number of our horses and wagons have been beenreplaced beenreplaced beenreplaced
replaced by automobiles automobilesUntil automobileslTntil automobilesUntil
Until December Dece nber 15 1 5 these can be engaged to do doyour doyour doyour
your moving moving at special sp ciaI prices and with special care careWE careVE careWE
WE VE ALSO ALS HAVE EXCELLENT FIREPROOF STORAGE FACILITIES FACILITIESSpecial FAQLITIES FAQLITIESSpecial FACILIT s sSpecial
Special Rates Until December 15 15Goods 15Goods 1 5 5Goods
Goods Packed and Shipped ShippedW Shipp Shippedwe s
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MOVING PICTURES PIcTURESFOB 1 1FOR
F MHl r TlT IF1 O T I X NT O
FOR THE SCHOOLS SCHOOLSDirector
Director Kramer Believes the Photoplay Would ould Be Valu Valuable Valuble Valuable ¬
able ble Adjunct to Courses Particularly Those Those in inHistory inHistory inHistory
History and Geography il j
I That moving pictures IOtures would torDJ for f a aweft aassist
weft v assist eCui adjunct Mju et to the public schoolcourse school schoolcourse hool hoolis
course is the opinion of S E Eo Kramer Kramerdirector Kramerdirect Kramerdirector
director direct of intermediate instruction ln truction who whotoday whot whotoday
today t outlined a plan whereby ereby the pie pictures ptetGH pietarts ¬
tarts tGH might be made ma e to supplement the thecourses thecour thecourses
courses cour es in geography and history bistorrr
I believe a a plan I saw Warred In InAntwerp InAJltwerp inAntwerp
Antwerp this summer might he used usedto usedto usedto
to advantage advanta < < e here said the director directorThere directorThere directorThere
There special films were engaged and anda anda anda
a a program prepared especially < for f r what whatwas whatwas whatwas
was known as a school 9hilarens childrens day dayThe daTThe dayThe
The seats eats were reserved until a a certain certainhour certainbour certainhour
hour for the children and not until untilafter untilafter I Iafter
after that time were they the thrown open opento opento opento
to the general publicIf public publicIf j
hI If some hall or theater or sufficient su cleBt
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size could be engaged in this tit dry and andthe andthe I
the owner o nter or 0 manager would work in incooperation incooperation m mcooperation
cooperation with the public school offl offliafer otft1F
otnA otnAt
t Ian 1F it seems to me that the moving movingpicture 1DOVtD 1DOVtDP1cure logplcure
picture plcure now under condemnation CO demnatloft In Insome IntIOIDe insome
some quarters might ml < < bt be converted into intoa Intofeature Intoa
a feature of o educational value valueThe valueThe valueThe
The plan as worked out in Antwerp AntwerpMr AntwerpMr AntwerpMr
Mr w Kramer said jtcluded days on onwhich onwhich
which hlch reservations reeervatlOMere reservationsdrat were < made m e for chil children children ¬
dren of orphan orp n a asylum yhuDIit and other char charitable cbaritaDle charitable ¬
itable Institution InstitutionI
I have made tours of moving picture pictureshows pictureshows Jkture Jktureshown
shows on my own account to see seewhether seewhether seewhether
whether they were as black tJs painted paintedsaid paintedo1Id paintedsaid
said Mr Kramer and I saw w nothing nothingiromorl IOthlngImmonoJ
Immoral though some of them might be becondemned becondemned becondemned
condemned as a being a a waste of time timeSome timeSome timeSome
Some of the alms were of positive po IUYe educational edu educational educational ¬
cational value and it is films of this thistype thistype thistype
type that might be presented to ourpupas our ourpupils ourpupll
pupils to great advantage
NOT TO TOLERA TOLERATE TOLERATEMETHOD TE TEHALFWAY
HALFWAY METHOD
Representative Repre eataUve George W Norrls Norrlsof Norrlsor Norrisof
of Nebraska who is one of the fore foremost toremost foremost ¬
most 4t the House Insurgents is out outin outIn outIn
in aa interview In which he deetareathere declares declaresthere deelr8tltere
there will be no abandonment of t prin principle prtndp priadple ¬
ciple dp by the insurgent element o1 of the theRepublican theRepubUcan theRepublican
Republican party in Congress CongressIf
If there is an effort at harmony lDlGn the theattitude theattltude theattitude
attitude of the Insurgents toward it itwill itwIll itwill
will depend on the terms term of peace peaceproposed peacepropo peaceproposed
proposed propo ed Nothing otblug in the nature of ofa o oa ofa
a a surrender will be countenanced cocntoD Rced by bythe bytile bythe
the Insurgents InsurgentsAs
As to the probability of the Insur Insurgents insurgents InsurgeMs ¬
gents and Democrats working to together together together ¬
gether Judge Norris says this will willdepend wi1le willdepend
depend e ncI on the Democrats If the thereactionary ther thereactionary
reactionary r UODry Democrats gain control CORtr l of oftheir ortaelr oftheir
their party part then insurgent cooper ceoperatioa cooperation cooperation
ation with ith them t em will be out of the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question questionJudge questionJ1I questionJudge
Judge J1I ge Norris thinks t lDks it likely the tlMgre pro progressive progressive ¬
gressive gre tve men of both parties p rUes will and anddeal a agood agood
good deal in common to Justify a union unionof 1IIIioaof unionof
of their legislative tiTe activities He does doesnot doesnot I Inot
not think Speaker Cannon wHi be the thenominee theDOMIIwI8 thenominee
nominee of the Republican caucus caueu for forspeaker torspeaker forspeaker
speaker of the next > > ext Congress oagteM in other otherwords odIerwerd otherwords
werd words minority leader leaderIt Iead IeadIt leaderIt
It win be a mighty small caucus if ifhe ItJte ifhe
he does control it was the expression expressionof UKe Ion Ionof
of Judge Norris NorrisThe Norrl NorrisTile I IThe
The insurgents will work along the thesame Utej thesame
same line and in the same way they theyhave theyve theyhave
have ve done in the past he h hIt said saidIf saidu
If the opportunity opportul ty comes to enact enactgood ona enactgood t toocIled8latJon
good oocIled8latJon legislation the progressive JKogre8 lve Republi Republicans RepubllcaAIJ Repuhtlll ¬
cans will ll do all they can to further itThey It ftThey ItThey
They will favor the enlargement of the thetariff thetariff thetariff
tariff commissions eomml lons powers and Del if the thebody tbebody thebody
body is ready ady to report a findings on any anyparticular aayparticular anyparticular
particular schedule ached they will be glad to towork towork towork
work for torcbaDse changes in that particular particularschedule particularschedule NUttcuIarschedule
schedule No general DeIl revision is wanted wantedhowever wDtacihowever
however partly because there is istnou not notenough notenough
enough tnou < < k time and partly for the reason reasonthat rM80llthat reasonthat
that general revisions r vl lo are e not a sac success 8UCr 8UCBut saccess ¬
cess cessBut r cessBut
But Judge Norrts thinks that 1 the
tariff is i taken up i it < should be preceded precededhy precededby precededbr
hy such change cis ia the rules as to make makeIt JllkeIt makeIt
It impossible 1m1tO fNe to open we the t e wb whole ie Ques Question ClUMtJon quesIfon ¬
tion tionAs IfonAs
tJonAs
As to general reCocm of the rules ralesJudge nde ndeJ rulesJudge
Judge J Norris Nom IK emphatically y fork for OI Jt k H Hdeclares Htleclares Ho Hodeclares
declares that if opportunity 0 P0rl1lDtt comes the theInsurgents tJMInsutteabi theInsurgents
Insurgents will do their be beat to t have havethe haTethe havethe
the rules amended rded this t Is winter so If as 3 to totake t ttake totake
take from the Speaker er the naming JA dng of ofcommittees orcommittees ofcommittees
committees He H think thinks the Democrat Democratswould Democratwould D6IItocrauWeulct
would split It on this question ooeMioBJudxe qaMdouJucbce questionJude
Jude Norris ootots out the Demo DCBMacUonary DeAl8cratle Democratic
cratle parts Ie divided aDd has its reactloTary re reaetloDary
acUonary group KIOU and it its progressive J IOI e elemeat eie eIeDeBt 1 1meat
meat If it comes no a test be bethe declare declarethe
the macreeatves P8tIYt > e8lYe of both Parties erUe WIll be
found working world together togetherLORD togetherLORD r rLORD
LORD GREY FIFTYNINE FIFTYNINEOTTAWA FIFIYNINEOTTAoW FIFTYNINEOTTAWA
OTTAWA A Ontario Nov Lord LordGrey S Lord LordGrey Lon0reT
Grey who is rounding out his sixth sixthyear IIbthyear sixthyear
year as pvenaorgateI governorgeneral of the he Domta Doada1oa Dontareceived j jtoday
1oa received a aoo rood of congratulations coacrat1IlaUonstoday congratulationsy
today y from n all parts PII of Canada and
from the tb home country pars on the occasion occasionof occasionoC occasionof
of his flfynlnth fiCt nlnth birthday anniversary anniversarySarsaparilla aanivtt8alTHoods anniversaryHoods
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BY 8 I BURTON HOLMES HOLMESLecturer HOLMESLecturer
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Spectacle Vith That of ofPast ofPast of ofPast
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Pss Passion Jon Plays of MS9 1900 and of the thepresent thepnsent thepresent
present y Year YearAlthough yearAlthough ar arAlthough
Although the lecturer found It impos impossible innpossible ¬
sible to secure a motion mot on picture of the thecomposite thepo thecomposite
composite po Ite presentation of the Passion PassionPlay Pas PassionPlay ion ionPlay
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