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TI TEe order of the board upon whICh whIChUN widchti
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center I6 Kattaertee Reed M > e re N Nt8
quires tAemoloy t8 emkw Louise e Ktagsley as asand a aRa
a ltudtllt and te pay w the s said saidat
toxins Kingaley at th the rate of f 43 43only
per diem III Da nauteat eat to Dover not
only school day but Saturday Sates aytl Sun
aeys ys and lid boUda holidays and 1Id that the PIn n
pIO pjoymem menr of laid d Leise Kingaiey Kingaieyue K n
shall Q eontinue ttnue ue W until the W Kather ather
l ioe e Reed is s in a condition con itlonto to re resume
her 3 duties ties antes othet otherwise otJaerw w a ordered
by the Eoard of IHueaUon BhlcatloaSbaII hldu eatba
Simitar i action was ordered in th the
case oC Florence
Jenkins wta was n
W tdeeppigv Ruth E Oitlf Gcuudchh ch at
the flUe of = 3211a Ua day Doubting the thea theatuhrlty
Atttnority a of teachers to employ pIoy substi ubs ¬
tute f11f fOtan for an indefinite period at a rat rat of
ikr wr1jb es than their own compensation eoIIIJIan stion stionIioPII
o erinttetwerds tti r words to farm out their th if
atptissrr A Auditor gestate reeemlMnd
xd that > lae queatios fII8 be ratsired to the
view ef CemptreHer CemptreHerbY
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11 upbmglrf r tb
t1ttonapt Co4Mrs146r wine says aysuNritJ8rc
uNritJ8rc Neltllo t thenh leareers has been beentagghtJn
ia sttteudatrce t 91 S r tagghtJn t btcliR b1 jfl the public publicTheir pabllcTheir publicsu
svqote su Oleiutlor the tareeeou year Their Theirx Theira TheirrePe
rePe a been occarllaed pl ed by sick 8Icke sickrAe414n
rAe414n tine edea e 9 we Board or orid oft
id x KMCipB c t tfiear ealnsy raajr m iOntinue e ttnue to re reJ4a re rei 3 3J
J J4a ahswt foya for i a te l n7 r W a period and andcfaryeseiyelbe aDdtbetrre
cfaryeseiyelbe JuB of ao > oupc of their tbetrre tbetrreIe re reinjz yee
e ° sad agntrla Ie ODe be be
injz required to pay a substitute te Jess fesetn
tn hrta ai osohatf oaa half lIaIfth the aort
amount she will w l re reeei re recriWle recetwe
eei criWle e and the otherrowtfctrtfs the
junouat t9 t9uat u a t ti she will willed l receive receivesuggested
i suggested ed by t tb lap motor or I ha have
MS p Jllfa 1HIabIe iJ0 to and nfiSnBrect direct law lawwhjeh
whjeh if specificall specificalltUn < lly qt to rite school
boned 1tbo11ty to qi Ipr pr pa pay sub substltuep
stltuep ftUuor tUn > e or temper temporary ry teachers t who whojjf
teaclt teatilr tbe JMl prhNet II o l jn place of
jjf or faaaef tXierfifl r 4etevs 4 S4lm Neither
ilB ilwe jf Leend Slab a J 1Ie W fi arty ny law or orany oraay oruy
any Authority 1iib whatsoever r c authorizing authorizingday au
th tha sdMol bezel 05 PItY llKbenJ for a
day wherein they are absent and fan to
teach whatever may be tb the came of
such such absence absenceSdwete ceSdle atrseaceSch
Sch Sdwete oa Gosag Ge Concerns Concernswe C CPW
Conners PW PIAFIiesrhooia
iteM very eITI tar tarceacerma
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Ii we a oWfci deer i 1s3ae talent of oftIar
CbaBraar that the paMfc sehoote of
Washington W snail operate iti aH their theirdepartments theird theirdepartments
d departments room roMa and dances each eachinstruction eachday
day hs the school l T net that J
la there echeeiqsball not JIOt tie be de depdyed s1ved oC
instruction hrstrec Jb b a for or a stuIe daa dabecsuse because of ofr ofto
fr r to the thethem
t EJIIi t Jar l P them tem
4W fMiiI JfPnw rL fe Soch duties dutiesteacher
Re only way toIIteq to heeptbei tbeI in corn cornpledoycration
pledoycration 1 je1atfon III towltate to the serV
r kces a l a teacher temporarily te orarilT for the
teacher teadteor who Is absent absen4and and I am satis tJs
WM 1 that the power t6 e n pKyy tempor temporplication
1TJ scbee bf1JI ha gh given by Irv tm
plication to the Board of Education In
The > At iiMrMon vion 4 qmtod hy fb the Auditor
< T1 I i1 tier COWW V ue t i bile schools schoolsUW
or tR lal > ict ef f is here hereby y
4 Bbeld fK lo tee teepy
py i ist05 fKt t a S rz loes loesfit yet yetteacher
teacher fit 6o the PutJ Iar seIIeoIII ef
UW nw t rietrict itzict te la requfrea req etIar ftad the law lawnvrJ
ho nvrJ M force t to 4 have av v oertaMi ooaiH ca caA a
tIoD end prior exile uice A teacher teacherQTder
I Dot as office whO e SaJary goes b bbut by4po44tteat
4po44tteat but I Iary8 is epead
estupon UM ta ci f tally 1IMIrriceL
nePoWer Tboo over to a4 adet + t r rula lea and teat
I Ja ttanir older to supply sabetttate sabetttateoee
= does oee a net c carry with withor
it r the power under the t gee of a rule ruler
or r J aoriatiiNk of the th Board of Etfoca Etfocaiwr
tloa tie fa out these places aDd aJ al
ow iwr ts tearbiia cbw to be paid waJarie t d salaries whieh whiehve 1
thq h y have havenot ve Dot earned by the perform performaiios performanee >
anee of t tb dudes of their places or ore
the e JMl paynMct IMIIrt W y them t t sub sub8dtutes sub8dtuteso titnt 0 0of I
o of ataaUer amounts amountaTkec M MsaIar7
The salary Pf Qte se e of the teachers i
io question eeeti a is 42 IZSW 09 per aaaum and andcauos ADdunder sadunder
under the 0Idr orderof tile heBeard Board Of E 1eatJon Education
cauos she w will have to pay her sub substitute substitute ¬ j
stitute at the rate of lIQ 10 1100 per annum DR
thus receiving r for tins school year Sl I2ro 13 O Oe >
e f whteh she has not earned a sfn single 3e
dollar 1 In the other case the teacher teacheronder
under t tiIe the order In question will re res re
the re as coatDeaattoe o RUOa for the pre presentsabeo
s 6Qboe1 < AoM year JKt and will be requn required requiredo d
to o pay ns her substitute SMl she not notBavins JIOth8Y1BIt
having earned a single dollar of the
taM pal paid to toAgaiMt her herAgaiast herAgailiet
Agaiast Public Pelicf PelicfSuch Pe1ieySad PelicySneh
Such a farate farming out of the plaeeeC plaeeeCteaetoar piece ef eft oftaehr
teaetoar t and MMlthe the facts aipUocjQil ta this thisca tillsCIdJe thiscue
cue ca e aMount to nothing lean te against agahtetpub againstpublic
public Puwc pub c policy and if generally practiced practicedtft practicedwould
would Wo to the utter tter de of ofboeI ofthe
tft the schools of Washington in so tar taretacIeDt as asefficient asoffbeat
efficient t teachers are concerned It lofolly te tefolly Jfo
folly to i ia assume as a general rule that tllata
a teacher can b fcc obtained as a atu substi substitute subsdtune ¬
tune tu for the entire seooot year for forJIHI 0 10S 10Sand W Waad
and properly flu tbe place of a teacher teacherwhose teacherwhose
whose compensation C81Dpeua Ol1 Is fixed f z ed by law at at3S3M atH att
3S3M t If such can be accomplished itis it itis Itis
is perfectly apparent that the regular regularteachers regularteachers Ir IrteaalNnare
teachers teaalNnare are being paid more thaa double doublewhat doublewhat
I what they are a ai worth worthI
I do not believe such te the caneIi case caseIf cueJ
If J r one teacher is au authorised to farm out outherplaee
feer erJaee pteee all others teachers t are en entitled entitled entitled ¬
titled to die same l privilege e It followsfrees follows followsfrom followstreaa
from What 1aat has been said that th the school schoolboard scbooJe schoolbearI
board may me mebedtu employe e in emergency eases easessubstitutes
substitutes au auaubatttutaa bedtu = tx for teachers and = e pay these thesesubstitutes these =
substitutes salaries not otT greater ar than thanthey thaJlthe an
they could couldJe8U legal Iet > atl orrtain if Inc regularly regularlyemployed regularlyempktyECl regularlyemployed any y i
employed The aa axyrant mmt of et pay of teacheru teach teachers teaebeIW ¬
eru ers ie tile schooiF < Washington W under underthetew dethe underthe i I
thetew the laW depends on certain qualiftca qualiftcations quaiiAcatloAa
tions aid length of teaching A teach teachorsrisbt teaekr teachers I
ers orsrisbt r right to compeneaHoM dep depande ids on onthe
1 the rendition of services and not the themere themere themere I
mere holding holdi of the place of teacher teacherTherefore teeeberTberdorf teacherTberefore
Therefore they cannot caa JIOt be paid for fert tbe tbetime e eties I
t ties time they are not in perfocm perfgriasuee ac o ot of oftheir I
t their < duties which they hold aavoint aavointaents aI Oh OQ appohntmeattn 1Dt
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ancient ceremonial For iastanee la Iaetanee IaetaneeP m i iPMWeRt
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my face toward that glorious JStZ JStZt DJZKDoxNo I91Lecretary
t ecretary Knojc KDoxNo No more r oclock deck deckteas dsdtteas
teas in the State StateS Department beyastmentDidtiasoaNever DepartmentSecretary
Secretary DiddiMon DickleMllNer K < ever a awill awillI aln will wiHj
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cur4 that 1 inland to resign resignDoctor I
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boogoate boogoateoa e 01 seda bat I have reneged renegedon ed edOR
oa my promise oC perpetual bachelor haeholorMajor MeIteJerhOOd bachelorhood
hOOd hood hoodMajor
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noises thats safe and sane for fair fairlot a atot alot
lot of coopers drftttng with ndtttryair mflttary mflttaryair
air airOomiwsUouer airC airCe
OomiwsUouer C Ce I suer tter Jmteoo 1IiIsoDTo To every eIJ kick kickIng kickdtIHDa kicklag
lag citizens association 111 Hoa I snail shalltler offer a atruce atruce atruce
truce in tile shape of street BtreetBHftts imarove imaroveamttg smprawe smpraweaccroti3
amttg or brightly burning suburban suburbaalights suburbanChsztp rka rka1ItJb
lights lightsChaKp
1ItJbCllalGp ChaKp Clark tlU IM never attack the thedespotic thetIc thedespotic
despotic tIc powers of the Speaker Spea1tervnele again agamUncle againUncle
Uncle Joe Joern m speak to Vie Mnrdock Mnrdockand X1I1doeIcand Murdockand
and offer him III a good canuaittee asetga asetgatacnt aseignnt
nt on the second calendar ar Wednes Wednesday Wednedy Wedneedty
day of last week weekSecretary weekSeCletary weekSecretary
Secretary NortonLam Norton Larot duck alley alleywill alleJWin alleylbodF
will lbodF lbodFbe be enlarged r accoounodate m date a every everyhody eerybodY everyRichmond
bodY bodYRh J
Richmond P Hebso Hobsoni 8oR I shall not re refrain r rtnUn =
frain from making that annual warning W8I1IIIIJI i ithe
the nation of its perilCaptain peril j
Captain Oyster Its no uae I cant cantresign 1 1resign
resign r from the nrestaeacy 1M JIll eacy ot oe the Je ceMool cskeetboard j
board so m ru keep It ItWilliam It ItWIIIIaJR ItWilliam
William F Oude Iude I stead to sell sellflowers soiltowers
flowers and to eat oat the aviation aviationmeets aviationeta
meets t hiD hi 1HL 1HLD BI1D
D J Cattahaat c sihhaa When I get to IMS vice ricepresident vicepresident
president pre iclellt of tbe C of C TH ma r aalt a aboat
boat excursion for x aft those rhosho whs w hw Total Totalfor yotcafor YCKedfor
for meChief me nteChief
Chief Wagner Tbe eaat aaton autnsmebik ebll ebk > are arewagon lirewagon tarewagon
wagon for me ffc B lhea ee are liable te teslip inslip
slip a anyway anywayInspector yw ywInspector
Inspector la l BoardaKa I shell recite reeJCathe recitethe
the police roealadoos each night and aadmy lmy andfly
my men will M Beger er seeept a apresent Cfcr0tsfts Cfcr0tsftspresent tmas lst > 3sas
presentSlight present presentSlight pl1IIeDtSlight
Slight Earthquake EarthquakeFelt EarthquakeFelt
Felt At San an Francisco FranciscoSAN
SAN SA FRANCISCO FRP NCisc9 Dec D < 3L aA A slighearthquake slight slightearthquake t te
earthquake e sftiock ws was felt here this thismorning tntS tntSmorntng thismorning
morning TS This a awke rake came at 412 42 a mbut m mbut mp
but was only of moderate mock rate force
Settingof Setting a aLatest of Ruth SfcDenfe SfcDenfeLatest St Denis DenisLitest
Latest Numbers Niu be Drawn DrawnHrom Dra DrawnPron n nEn
Hrom En m Ancient Egypt EgyptFrom EgyptProm
From the tongdead 1oDr4ead people of laterkM Isfe and andOstric lid0IIIriII
Ostric rkM the the ancient l Egyptians gyptiauPharaobs wI whota whotaPharaohs wbHePIIanIobs SS
Pharaohs even ev n were swayed and BdDated dominated deal dealnoted ¬
Dated by priestcraft Ruth RII1h St Sthas Denis Denishas D8nk1Ia8 s
has drawn the setting tt1ng of her second seeosdrtes se series 8e 8erIe ¬
ries of Oriental dances which whichtheir JB JBtheir
their presentation pre at the Columbia ColumbiaTheater Cohmlbl1Jbeter C CTheater
Theater nextweek BeU week will succeed the t e Hin Hindu HJadu Hieda ¬
du imagery with which she eatertained eatertainedwhile ellterta1DedwbDe eat eatwhile
while on tour here last year gearMiss yearMiss yeaIMiss
Miss St Deals will be at t the Columbia Columbiafor Cols Colsfor nNala
for a week appearing here in conjunc conjunction coajti coajtities n ¬
ties with the Imperial Russian Court CourtBalalaika CourtBalalaika CoonBalflialka t
Balalaika Orchestra wntch plays char characteristic cbractel15Uc charactefistk ¬
acteristic Russian folk songs on native nMivinstrutnents e
Instruments InstrumentsAs
As soon as Miss St Denis nerfected nerfectedthe Derfectedthe uerfecithe
the series of Hindu dances d in wkcn she sheporiray sheportryfd sh shportrayed e
portrayed d the mystic m st1c and psychic psyehIeof people peopleof e ee
of thetrSrient the she prepared prepar d the ae aeof III s sof
of four dances in wiich w 1ch she will appear appearthis a athis r rtbls
this week w elL In the selection s v ur > f an Egyp gyp ¬
tian setting the Egypt of r oW ld will be Mdepicted hidepicted I II
I de depicted pict ed edentry A people of wealth ant pag1 pag1entry peg pegeotry
entry thoy were rather than of ofdBm inysti inystiIdem aysUclam
Idem and an in the ancient dances of o the theKile theNile th thNIIe e
Nile will be shown the life of a people peoplewho peoplewho peoplwho e
who were not strong enough to sur survive snrIYe surtiive ¬
vive time and change and who but butfor butfor hafor t
for the ineradicable records rec > rds of tomb tomband tomb8Dd tore toreand b
and papyrus have passed utterly away awayPlans awayPlans
Plans to Erect Small SmallHouses SmalHouses SmallHouses
Houses of Moderate Cost CostWith CostWith CosWith
With the purpose 1 UrPose of meeting m etfnJ the t o de demand de demaud dowand ¬
maud for small detached houses of mod moderate moder1te ntodertte ¬
erate cost Harry A A Kite Is preparing preparingto prepar preparto
to erect several sixroom bungalows bun low3 in inCleveland InCMveiand l lCleveland tt
Cleveland Park which it is expectedwill expected expectedwill t d dwill
will be sold at prices ranging around aroundSMM aroundss aron aronMr
SMM SMMMr ss ssMr
Mr Kite has purchased property o oMacomb on onMacomb onMacomb a
Macomb street Cleveland Park Parkwill and andwill andwin
will begin b n the theoperaUon operation at an early date dateThe datTJte dateTate
The houses are to be patterned aftermodel after aftermodel 8 8JPGdel
model bunalow which is on exhibition exhibitionat exhibit exhibitat
at the State fair grounds unds in Springfield SpringfieldHi Spring ield lel lelIll
Hi It is understood that two of o the thehouses tlaehouses th thhouses e
houses already have been sold from the theplans tb tbln e eplans
plans plansRun plansRun lnRun
Run Down By Motor Car CarErnst CarEmHt CarErnest
Ernest Loeffler fifty years old oldliquor a aliquor aJiquor
liquor dealer is confined today to tohome his hishome aishome
home in the Bladensburc road with a afracture atlaeture
fracture of the right ri ht ankle He was wascrossing wasCI09Stag wa wacrossing S
crossing Pennsylvania avenueNinth venue near nearNinth rRth
Ninth Rth street northwest last night when whenfce whenite wbehe a
fce was knocked to the pavement 1 a by hianrossobile an anautomobile anSlU
SlU automobile atobiJe in charge of Eugene Youn Young Youngof Youngot l
of S 815 si Fourteenth street sU et northwest northSvcatGive northwC8tGive northwestOlve
Give Cantata CantataA CantataChristmas
A Christmas cantata UA A Trip to Santa SantaOaus santaCJaus Sa SaClans turn
Clans Land was Jrfven venat at the Gnr Gnrley Gurley G Giey
ley Memorial Presbyterian Presb terlan Sunday SundaySchool SundaSchool F
School School Florida avenue avtnne between Sixth Sixthand SttUland Stx tb tblast
and Seventh streets northwestnight northwest last lastnlffbt Jutnlt1K
night The Tb urincipal singers rs were the theMisses th thMisses t hp
Misses Glenn Keber Olct Slelick SlelickLouisa 1IeUckLou1a MeI MeILoula irk
Louisa Yourg You s and JamaJ Jame J Yo ng
Commissioner Commis ioner and Mrs Rudolph R dolph Will wiil Vile Give Dance DanceFor Dancedot t
< For Fo Younger Set S Including In luding < Miss Taft f January Jariu rY17 J 17
R Rauschers auschef 5 to Be Scene of ofReception ofReception
Reception R ecPtion by Mr rr and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Rudolph RudolphDistrict
District Df WIct Commissioner Coaunl louer and Mrs rnL Cuno CunoH CunoJ
H Rudolph R will give ty a recopUen and and6aace andt andNance
J 6aace t for ye OUR R people Tuoedky TUMd y even evening eYeRtng evening ¬
ing January ry 17 at Rauschers Miss MissH 1UH MissHoen
H Hoen len en Taft wiH be among die t sues suesjoining guests guestsjoining e bjoL1IoJ
joining the party after the Diplomatic Diplomaticdinner Dlptomaticdlzmer
dinner at the White House that night nightWednesday nlshtWedaesda7
Wednesday evening February 5 Sea Senior Senator Seator ¬
tor du Peat will give a dinner in honorof honor honorof MnOrof
of Miss l es Taft TaftIfoy TaftNew TaftNe
New Ne Year Reception ReceptionAt Roccp on onAt
At Washington Homes HomesMraABderaen HomesMr
MraABderaen Mr jAD er D > Jahnewn Je1tne n Mlse jl John Johnston dohnston n nstoRe ¬
ston and andMa Mrs Cornelia J Hagan have havecards havecards o ocarda
cards ode for a studio tea for January Januaryalter Januaryafter
2 alter 5 oclock deck at their studio stud 13S2 V Vstreet Vstreet I
street streeti
i iTIae I
i i The Capital Yacht dub Cl tib will keep kee p open openhouse openhouse
house Monday MO day from 1 to S oclock e at attheir atitbm t
their cl clabbowc bhowe foot of Ninth Nl nth streetsouthwest street streetsouthwest
l3OVtlaWMt l3OVtlaWMti l3OVtlaWMtThe southwest southwestThe southwestThe i i II
The Geed Tomb Templars of the District Dl trlct will willreceive wt11reeeye
receive at the home of Rev and Mrs MrsEdwin rL I
Edwin C Dinwiddle 1SI2 Si2 Lamont street streetnorthwost streetnorthwest
northwest t 2 to Among those who whowfll whoWill
Will assist are Miss Louise Alien MrsBertie Mrs MrsBertie Xrs1
Bertie Belt Miss W Laura R Church MissEllen Miss MissEllen M1MEllen
Ellen C Church Mr r and Mrs I L LCorby LCorby i
Corby Mrs N M DHinR r Mrs V R RFreeman RFreeman 1
I Freeman n Mrs Mary 0 Harrover MissLtta Miss illsaEtta uJMI
I Etta HarroverMrs G W Harrover MrsG Mrs MrsG
I G W Jenkins Mrs WOe G Lawson LswrsoaMr Law8oaI LawsonMr
I Mr r and Mrs A E Shoemaker Mr and andMrs andI andMrs
Mrs Jeeee le C Sutor Mr 1 Ir and Mrs In A A B BWWte BI BWhite
White MIllS Katherine 7hUeom a ariB > id S Bv SW SW
W v Russell Russelli RussellhIrs
J i Mrs 8 McLean wife wife of Cant Walter WalterMci
i i Mci McLea ean U T s S N will receive rr inforia inforiaj
j ally Monday afternoon January 2 from frontto I
2 to i oclock Vd cack ek assisted fcy her oavghter oavghterMrs daghterMrs
j Mrs Paul C PattersonT Patterson sbter1
T 5
The T Chief JUS Justice c and Mrs WhHe iVWteaueeiMed WhHeAsstoted WllltAMIet
Asstoted AMIet by the wives of the th Sorreme SorremeCourt 3 Breme BremeCourt eJlte I
Court justices will receive Monday
January 2 from X to 6 eclock 8Joak ast their theirresidonce theirresidence i ireehlenee
residence 171T Rhode Island avenue avenueMJss avenuer i ii
i r c cMiss
Miss Mary R R Wilcox WllcoiHostess WfJcoxHoatesc WilcoxHoctesc
Hostess t te Mrs Liirton LortonMrs i iI iII
II i Mrs r iJirtoft wife wi CeOCr of Mr Juedet JueUc J Lar Lacton i
I ton t a was the honor gttrt o ert at a aJroffet large largemiet
j huffet luncheon given today bv bye b Miss MksMazy x I IllazyIt
I Mazy llazyIt It 2 WilcOx at her reeideneeoa r i ldeDee sld nc on 8 Cotcorm Cor Corj i
j 11 corm cora street tMt ProeWine rosW at the tables 1Wewwti11is tableswees
I wwer wwti11is lira Robert RelitttL L I Taylor wife w4f of offen 9tI
I fen cam 4r Taylor TarIn sirs SamuetGoimaday SamuetGoimadayand Sntneel V Genaaday Genaadayand ay i ian4XTs
and an4XTs Mrs Morgan Brown Otiisaseietlns OtJICkKh86 Oth t tme etet etetht
ht me were bw A Axaea raee ia Sdwarde of SanAntonio San SanAntonio SaantoaIo
Antonio Tex ex and M Mfes Lola Patter Patterson Patterson ¬
son sonMr M
Mr and Mrs C W Purronhagn PnrreshageCivehtnd of ofClwveiand ofb
Clwveiand have b been the guests for t tput the thepast theput
put week wee w 9 f air i and Mrs irs EI E EHoosor Eo JS JSI
I I Hoosor oaser or c aCial 131 Vermont V t avenue avenueMAK aV aVI avenueilns
I MAK ilns MargaretJ i ti iPr ire sseJf t0f t of i B BY
Y arrt ddtied1a1 etLin VV instoo mtQfi yapwraay Y F t tsiemdth to tospend ur urs
1 spend s siemdth th t weekend In h WasidngtoR V ld ss do stoR with withMr wiCkI withMr
Mr sad Mrs Junes Marlon arion Johnston Johnstonanl J JanI Johnoeaant
ant to attendthe attetd the dance at the WhiteU4 WhiteHone White WhiteHone
I Hone tJee last night nightImmortals nlbtSIETSONITES
Immortals lt nort Is by b Electing ElectingFivre Eleiti J Gting GtingFive n nFiue g
Five or of NineTrustees Nine Trustees Hope Hopeto
to Gain Wedge WedgeJE I ledgeltSW edge edgeN
JE N W YORK Doe 3L 3LThe Theftrst first big bigconflict bi biis s
conflict inthe I is tAp campaign of t Mrs Au Augusta Aug Atigaeta ¬
gusta 3 Stetson Iion and her followers ia iaNew faNew inNew
New York to gain control q ntrol of the theChristian 010ChtJMIan theCbrlaltaan
Christian ChtJMIan Science Church will begin la latlHa 1 1tHI Iabid
bid city early ia January when w en the theStetaoaltes thetetaealtea thetetsosltes
Stetaoaltes will uttempt to gala control con control 0 0trot ¬
trol of the First Church of Now York Yorky Yorkby
by > y electing e1eet g five of tha nine trustees ot otthat orthat ofthat
that Institution InstitutionThe institutionnte institutionThe
The keynote of the campaign which whichis
is now on n will be The Immortality
> of Mrs Mary Baker G Eddy Mrs MrsStAtaea JtrsStfIItaiD
Stetson declares there tlI re sum at af least leastmembers S Smembes S81 S81members
members of the church who look to toher t tb
her rather than n Virgil O Strloklex StrloklexwIio S trickier trickierwho
who succeeded her as first reader wb when wbeashe n nshe
she was excommunicated as their theirleader theirleader
leader leaderEarly leaderEarly r rEarly
Early in January the election of five fivetrustees Jivetrustees flvetrustees
trustees the controlling body of of the thechurch tIaedunek
church will be held The immortal Imm rtal
faction claims that it will be able Ie to toelect
elect flrti flrs of its followers now ers which will wiugive willgive
give it control Thisof of ofwill the b first church b in inthis intl
this tl g city This will be bethe theopeafng an opening openingwedge openingwedge opeafngwedge
wedge for control ntrol of the e mother motherchurae motherchuroh motherchurch
church in Boston and eventually the theentire theeRtire th thsatire e
entire sect with its adherents adherentsShould adherentsSboukl
Should Mrs Stetson Sto on and the Immor uImmoctal + Immortals ¬
fait win their point in the fight for fortrustees
trustees the action undoubtedly will willb willntested
b f Contested by the Regulars Regularscoke in incourt Incourt n
coke court
ji He e regulas at t the time of Mrs MrsEddys 1lrsEdds airsEddys
Eddys death foreseeing an attempt to towrest towre towrest
wrest wre t control of the church from th the thedirectorate thedlrectorat e
directorate of the Mother Church In InBoston InBoston i
Boston quietly adopted amendments to tothe tothe
the constitution of the First Church Churchhaving Churchhaying Churchhaving
having for their object o ject the refusal o of ofufke f j joffice
office to those who adhere to the inter intcrpretations fntcrpretaUoftS interpretationsn
pretations pretationsn of Mrs Stetson StetsonThe StetsonThe StetsonThe
The question of heresy ber hererywill Y will enter enterinto entorinto enteinto r
into the controversy before it is thresh threshed ¬
ed out and eventually settled settledAccording settledAccording settledAccording
According to present developments 1 1Is it itIB t
IB indicated that should the Immort16 Immor Immortals Immortale ¬
tale turn a flank movement and gat gain gaincontrol saJncontrol gatecontrol
control of the New York church the di directors directors dlrectors ¬
rectors of the Mother Church wilt bring bin binMrs g
Mrs StetsonS followers to trial under underthe underthe nudethe r
the canonical l lws tvs of the church Doubt Doubtis t
is expressed expreS5e as o whether this candune can be bedone bedone
done because USf lib J I I Stetson and her in intimate Intimate latlmate ¬
timate support gt Pt already have been beenexcommunicated beenexcommunlcate be
excommunicated Some have deear dec declared declaredthe ared aredthe ed
the belief that tals t sls makes it impossible impossibleto imp > sslble sslbleto ede e
to bring charges against her under the thechurch thechurch th thchurch e
church laws la because u she shn can hardly b bsaid be besaid besaid e
said to be subject t to them themCarnegie themCarnegie
Carnegie Hero Fund FundStarted FundStarted
Started In Germany GermanyBTSRLEf Gertna n n9RLLV
BTSRLEf V Dec 3L 31Under Under th the peri perisonal per perona1
sonal supervision or o Kaiser Wllhelm Wl1blmL1drew WilhelmAndrew WllhelmAndrew
Andrew Carnegie has Instituted a Carnegie Car Carnegie Carnegie ¬
negie hero fund in Germany German similar similaro shtrll ar
to + o the ones In the United States StatesEngland StatesSngland
England and Dance FmnceCarnegie F1 1nce 1nceCarnegie
Carnegie has transferred 1250000 t to tothe tothe o
the commission in charge char > e of the fund fundThe fundThe fu
The Kaiser has appointed the com commission commission ¬
mission which is to have charge of the thedistribution thedistribution th thdistribution
distribution of oftbe the prizes prJ and pensions pensionsHe enslonHo pensionno
He wrote Carnegie a jng personal let letter tettel Ietter ¬
ter of appreciation full of humani humanitarian humanitarian hum humtartan ant ¬
tarian sentiments sentimentsLOCAL sentimentsLOCAL
Whe laugh Jaus it more morel Washington wom women moo mooen m ¬
en or men menT E Hez HetSwemSunda Swem Sunday Sundaynight Sundaynight Sunda
night n rift Capital Baptist Church ChurchTemple Typo TypoTemple Typople
Temple ple 423 G St N W
Dance for Miss Taft TaftGay TaftGay TaftGay
Gay White House Event fevehtThe vent ventThe
The White House e vreeoitted presest a gala galaappearance galsappearance galaappearance
appearance last Jdgttt gbt at t the fin fret daaee daaeeof daaeeot danceOL
of the seaeeo e given by the tit Pr Praaident Praaidentand nt ntaad t0nt t0ntand
and MX Mr Taft for their debutante debutantedaughter debutantedghtoe debutanteaughter
daughter d Blifes JON Helen Taft and thenfear then theirsow thenISOR
sow Robert Taft bomb from law school schoolat xooeat achesat
at Harvard H IIear vard for the UteThere hotioays hotioaysThere holtysThere
There were about M 11 wrests 811 including tncI
the house party befag beit g g entertained at atthe atUte athe
the t he White Hoo House e for tbe holidays the theyovnt the70U11C theoung
yovnt y people who are the guest of the thefer th
E lxretsy etary ry eC the NaY > awT sad Mrs Merer Merer1er Siegerter
fer the week Mie Miss Ethel Booeeveit Ruo and andKermit andKermit
Kermit Roosevelt daiKht daughter r and MIl of ofthe ofthe
the hasts ha immediate predeeeseor or ta ef
flce fl ee who came to WlUlb WMhingtoo Dgtoa aeedally aip ecia ecialty ltytaa
for or i are e e occasion and a representative representativegaO repre entaU
satherIDs g gaO erhHT from ofildaJ dlphm dIpIomaUc tic and andresident andresident
resident circle of Washington socety
The entire lower flocwas floor was beantifuttv f
decorated for the occasion with the
81 Sayoet + et WOSMMWI from the White Ho lI we ee
conservatories and the Marine Band Bandstationed Bandstationed
stationed on an Improvised Improv1aedereeted bandstaad bandstaaderected baadataaderected
erected Juet outside the Rut goers goersnews Boemwincows
wincows win news < ow furnished bed the music for the theancing
dancing d anclogMr3 d ancingMrs
Mrs Taft and her daughter received receivedth receivedtM receivedthe
th tM guests in the Blue Room Mrs Taft Taftwearing Taftweerf Taftwesting
wearing weerf a becoming gown of soft t pink pinkchiffon plakrhltlon pln L
chiffon c and lace Miss Taft wore a beau beautiful beautiful ¬
tiful t gown ft of pale blue saris re rosebuds obtids
The President was present Mellt during the theenure thec th thntire e
enure c e ntire re evenieg occasionally CJ c taking bis bisplace h hplace
place IB the reeeivtmr lto ltoAn Its JiIIeAn Itssbosa
An elaborate elabora sbosa 4 supper wae w as served4 served servedmidnight r at atmidnight atmidnight
midnight in the t state dining room roomThe roontThe roomThe
The house goeste at the White Hose i
for the sek k include baeI Mr and Mrs
Charles P Taft Miss Louise Taft M Miss
Harriet Anderson er Xlas Mary Ara Aram Aramof orjr orjrof q
of Boston John Heron Her Stephen St DIM Pkfl PkflBtn P
bin Mr French and Mr Dwelt DweltMr KweaMr gwenMr
Mr Justice Van Vaaj5mter Vaaj5mterAnd Devaater DevaaterAnd evaaterAnd
And Wife Are Expected EarpccteaI ei eiMr
I Mr Justice Vaa Devaater an4 Mra MraVan MlSrVan M MVan
Van Decanter are expected ex eted ie tearrive arrive l lWashington fa faWashington J1iWaeJd a
Washington WaeJd today or teaserxssw tousa wand wandwDl w wYea and andi
i wOl Yeabe b be the guests atstn stn of Justice and a Mrs Irsau MrsOradel
Van au Orsoel at BM Ontarte 0tIta read untilthey until untilare
i they are settled IB their residence l 1e3 3
Sxxteeota street streetMra streetMrs
streetei ei
Mrs Loins P Darrell is spending the theJ
holiday J season ill Hosle MIll J at atop p
pia ping at the Botel PterreeoRC PterreeoRCSI PInil PierrepontIse Rt RtJ4uy
SI tae ours McCaulcy bad a siaall oscar oscaraaay 0MIty oatspan
pan aaay y of voting J eop dining with irfthpeeed her herr
peeed ecedla r cedb g the dance at tile White Howe Housesigns e
Ust signs t Xr and Mrs A D Deh Ade Addisot Addisotehrpeooned see seeeh
eh ehrpeooned MflOfttd < q ew > n d the t nerty which include includeMiss 1IIChIdet1Wbltbac I I3il
Miss 3il whiting Miss Clover MJe Je Brit Brlttoi B1ttOIl Britton
ton tOIl Mlsft tie Frances Noyes Cap ca Orabam OrabamL G GL
L 1 JohaMon J Jebm 1 U S S A L4eutem LleutetMUlt t I 4PIJ
U S a N L4eut Sasouel L a X H tt t
Ti t Sr S N and Dr Davis Davisee Da DanaMiss
ee ee3hw 4 4MI
Miss Hammond W had a small party y yyour of ofvoottg pfy f
your voottg y people to dine 41 with her last lastlater atr atrlater JdgtIt
later tafcter her er guepte to theTV theTVHouse Ute UteHOUSe theRout
House dance danceA daJICCA
A m aeetling + ettag of tW TtniaatW jIHt Cjuwi 4 t
the Washiarton W CoUose Cintlegeof of Moetto > 1I wttr ie ite
held en Weteesday y evestog evaad > g January Jan sary 4 4at
at the college collegeO ese
eseie ie wr wrto
O ± eiag to JaeeII tt Nr Ms Sony Welis Welistlons W s
leas e been ea eW obisid te t 11II Invic InvictJons lydttinns r
tlons and is unable to make calls tbfe tbfeDoasen tM tMseason
season DoasenGET seasonARMY
rvsj rvsjNew
New Year Message Sent S nt to toOfficers toOfficers
Officers and Men Menof MenofEve of ofEvery
Every Eve Command CommandJCot
JCot o oNow f only has President Taft sent s sear tote1 tote1jVew his hisNew
New Yearns Year sresttess greMla r and good wish wishto wishes wishesto wilHae wilHaete
to the Icings rulers and potvBl peCemt pobatatebforeign eiB in inforelKn IIIroregn
foreign countries O 8f oat be has this yea yeaiin Yeigreeted yeagreeted
greeted ovary soldier ad every everyIn sailor saIiIin
in the service of the TTaHed States Stateswhether Stat Statwhether Stateswhether
whether stationed io OB land or at s snear eea eeanear loa loanee
near ar 1 reeota reeotaThe rearotsTJle V
The messages of good goo wilt to the thekings theklnSs th thkings e
kings and rulers abroad are betas die diepatched dtspatebed diepatched
patched today through the Department Departmentof
of State The text of the greetings greetingsnot Is Isnot ISDOt
not given on one but President Tact Taftwisidug is iswishing Ishapplae ue
wishing happiness s and prosperity L to th thdtiltsed the thecivilised thech11tsecl e
civilised peoples of the globe and andpersonal toe toepersonal
personal 1 safety and welfare of their theirrulers theirndec theirnlecs r
rulers rnlecshe rulerscan ndecIf
If turn the head OIl the ret Amen Americaa Amenn
can n china tJaa te racatrtoff reclIa the greetings gs o oforeigners oC oCforeigners orreretgners
foreigners aad these e are eocpreesed expre eucp sd sdwarm ia iawarm IDWIIIM a
warm and cordial tends They express expressthe eXPres eXPresthe eipreehope s
the theonIov lope that the AHierJcan An erhxa people witf witfeotov wi wi8tiov
eotov all that Is best be8tduriDJr durtojf tae com eoraingjear comear earsInv
ingjear ingjearBut Inv 1521 1521But ear earBut
But this ta cwacomary ea the beeVftry eve eveevery of ofevery
every New Year It te the practice for forrulers trulers
rulers to exchange international al ameni amenities amenities amenltlea ¬
ties when beD their eountrS eou > sjr are at peace peaceIt peaceIt peatIt
It bas not n > t however been cstosoary for forthe fottbe fo fothe
the CommuttdcrinChlef Comm Commsdtr dcrInchler InChkf of the theand Army Armyand Arnyand
and Navy to extend his personal SOnal Rood Roodwtebeh KQodwlsbeh go
wtebeh to t < the privates t1Yt as well s as e officers officersin ofiJc ofiJcin eg
in the military servlor servc r f the soontry soontrybe
This year thee P613Ona na good wishes wishesbave wish wishhave es
have gone n a forth The Secretary or War WaraDd t
aDd the Secretary or the NaVY have havebeen havebeen
be been n directed d ted to dispatch di dlep tch a New Tears Tearsmessage Yearsnle8Sage Year Yearmessage g
message to every command ta ruder der them themwherever themwherever thenwherever
wherever that command may now be bestationed besta b e
stationed stationedThe sta stationedThe tioned tionedThe
The troops in the faroff Philippine Philippinein eR
in Alaska at Panama will receive ex exactly fUact e ¬
achy act the thesamo same greeting from the Presi President President President ¬
dent that the soldiers at Fort dyer dyerfew a afew afew
few miles away will get Never b be before be before ¬
fore In the history of the country has hasthe hasthe ha hathe g
the army been so scattered terefl as it is isnow Isnow h hnow s
now Not only are the commands C at athome athome a t
home garrisoned at more then t ten 200 army armytroops armyposts arm y
posts bUt there ere are regiments and andtroop an antroops
troops ant ana bataluo b tl1Ie3 a on foreign duty dutywherever dutywherever dB
wherever the American flag flies fliesThe IDesThe
The Navy and Marino Corps is widely widelyscattered widthscattered y I
scattered The greeting of the President Presidentto t
to the navy will be transmitted not onlyto onl only onlyto y ty tn
to the watersyards ncvy 11 nt yards and to the ships in inhome inhome i ihome n
home waters ntwaters ters but It will be sent by bywireless bywireless b
wireless to the vessel at sea The At Atlantic Atlantic A t to ¬
lantic fleet now bound for Guantanamo GuantanamoCuba GuantanamoCuba GuantanamCuba o
Cuba and thoukt te be in midocean mJdoceanwUl midoceanwill
will be located it Vs1ble and the mes mesS8 m msage
sage S8 e read on every quarterdeck quarterdeckCorps quartedeckThe quarterdeckThe
The dispatch to the 2 Na avy y and MannCorps Mann farineCorps e eof
Corps RT sent out by Secretary Meyer Meyerfollows 3fey 3feyfollows teyerloWS
follows followsThe followsThe loWS
The President sends New Ye Yegreetings Year Yeargreetings Yeargrcetings
greetings and cordial appreciation appreciationservice of ofservice oflce
service lce to the officers and men of your yourcommand yourcomlJ1anQ you youcommand r
command Transmit the above prompt promptly ¬
ly to all under your OUT command for pu pub publication pubUcaUon b ¬
lication prior to noon January 1 1 1911 1911GRAY 19UGRAY
Wabsatta Hair Stala StalaBeatoroa SiabRcItcroa 9 9Rptoraa
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ertrt > SfS x f sreay Tcr 8afcl notby Ml by all allstic dnw dnwEiate yn ynx
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a Trial Size for Sic postpaid Ur large f sis sisejjtht a adrht sr seight
eight tines as much We tic It your drujdn drujdnflont druE11stc1ont dru drudont moist
flont sell It send direct to ua Send t tyellow th thyellow the thetel10w h
yellow wrapper from two bottles > purchased purchasedtrom DUrChaM4from
from a druggist drIg 1t and we will Sl give a y you ° o a rull tuUa1e tutsine
sine 12 bottle bottl for or nothing nothln WAIJCTJTTA W COt COtIth co coHtb
Ith and e < olive at St t St Louie Mo Sold by byFWBles b7i b bloles
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1 1ceptlhn
Presidents IPresicfentf New Year Re Receptibn Reception
ceptibn ception Program ProgramThe
The following fooTln instructions for the theInformation theinformation theinformation
Information of guests at the New XCTTTear NewYear eW eWYear
Year reception at the White WhiteJIOWile Whitehouse VhlteHonnc
house Monday have been sent sentout entout ent entout
out from the Executive Offices OfficesTht OfficetnThe OffcestThe
The President will 111 receive at atli attloO atmoo
li moo 00 R a nu mThe m The he Vice President Presidentthe PresldeatJthe Presidentthe
the members of the theCabinet theCAbInets theCabinet
Cabinet the Diplomatic DploJJU1UeCorpa Diplo Dlplomnue ¬
matic JJU1UeCorpa Corps Corpslli
116 lli O n mThe m Tlie Chief Justice of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United State and au4tfae auottbe andthe
the A II ssoeiatc ocinte 0 ciA t e Ja Jatlce Jua Juatlcea Jusuees
tlce of the Supreme SupremeCourt Supremei
i Court ourt of the United UnitedState tuttedStates nltedtute
State tute the Judges Jud ea of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Court of Com Commerce ComJnerec Comsneret ¬
merce I the Judge ofthe of ofthe oftbe
the Court of CustomAppeals CustOIOlJSJ Custom CustomsdppeaIs
Appeals J pea1s the Jadaresof Jadaresoftlic JU Judges CII of oft oftits
tits t Court of Appeal Appealot Appealsof o pe ls lsot
ot the District of Co Columbia Columbla Columbla ¬
lumbla the Judge Jn ges of ofr ofWe ofthe
r the United itate itateCourt Sta States StatesCourt tea teaCourt
Court of Claims the theJudges theJndg theJudges
Judges Jndg s of the he SupremeCourt Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCOnrt
Court of the District Dlmtrlctof
of Columbia former formermember formermcmbera formermembers
member of the Cab Cabinet Cablaet Cab Cablet ¬
inet let Ambassadors AmbaIJA dorsp and andMinisters and3Jlnlsters andMinisters
Ministers of the United UnitedStates UnitedStAtes
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313 < > a m 1Senator Senators Rcpresenta Rcpresentaliven Representat1e
liven and Delegates DelegatesIn
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officers of the XarT Narofficers XarTof XAT7fofOcers
of officers fleers of the Marine MarineCory larineC IarlnrCorps
Cory C r aJ Commanding CommandingGeneral COD1lDBndlngn
General n and general Reneralstaff Ken Kenta1f generalstaff
staff ta1f of the militia of oftlte oe oethe ofthe
the District of ColumL1 Colum Columbia Colnmbta ¬
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Assistant A As oj 1 a taut Attorneys Attorneysa XttorncaGeneral AttorneysGeneral
General a 1 j Assistant AssistantSecretaries AxslatantSecretaries AasbtantSeeretarlea
Secretaries of Depart Departn Depurtmenta Departmenfs
n menta > eui A Assistant nl > tant Post Iontmaxtem POlitI
I I masters General the theltescnt theItegenu theRegents
Regents and Secretary Secretaryof
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Service SerTl e Commission CommixBlonttbe CotJUI Commissionthe salonJtbe
tbe Interstate Com Commerer Commeree Cornmere
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of Ck Congress n reH j the Pub Pnblie Publie Publtd
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Cincinnati the Aztec AztecClub AztecClub AztecClub
Club of 1847 184 the Assedated As Asodated Asoelated
sedated Veterans etenul8 of oftbe 01i o1the
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the Loyal Legion Led on of ofY ofthe
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of the District of Co Columbia Co CoI ¬
lumbia I lumbialiOO rnbla
liOO iiOO 1 p inlteceptioa nx Reception ec of citizens clttrenHt dtJz dtJzGeutlcmcD
t V Gentlemen to be re received re reIved rteelved ¬
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i carriages earrta or on Toot TootTrill 100trl sootsill
Trill enter the White Whiter
rr r rl r e H HotMe oszsc by e the 1V TortU Orti1Vi k kC
Vi C 4 Portico and sadwilllIeave sadwilllIeaveby irlllileave wUlJIeucby
5 T by y the th eastern en entrsooe entrall entrance
trance trall opposite the theTreasury theTre theTreat
Treat Treasury TreasuryCarriages Tre uuq uuqCarringeJi < ur l lCarriages
Carriages Trill ap approach approach approach ¬
proach the White W Whitellonse VhIter b 1t e eJloule
r House by the north northirestera uorthWeJltcrn northwestern
western c gate cte te and nrlll mnleave Willleave nrlllleave
leave by the northeast northeastern
ern sIte and be boFarktd boFarktdla IJ IJIn parked parkedIn
In E East ist Executive Av Avenue A Acnne Arroue ¬
enue where theyrvill theyrvillremain they mil milremAin
remain until called to tothe tothe tothe
the cast at entrance from fromwhich tramWhleh
which all guests mil willdepart vrflldeparf I
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Bradley of Kentucky KentuckyCrawford KentuckYCrawtenl SentuckYCrawford
Crawford of South Dakota DakotaBurkett DakotaBurkett DakotaBurkett
Burkett Burkett of Nebraska NebraskaGamble NebraskaGttmble ebraskaGamble
Gamble of South Dakota DakotaRepresentatives DakotaRepresentathes
Representatives Representativesfapger Manger Ua ger of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaMafgan nnsYIvanaaYafgan
Mafgan of Missouri 3iissouriI3tiight MissouriBngleright Mlssouti1ghtorNewYork
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V f Langley La gleyo of Kentucky KentuckyCuKop
CuKop of Indiana IndianaDalzell IndianaDalzeiI
Dalzell of o Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaCaJdernead PennsylvaniaaCaldtsrhead IU15IvaniaCaJdmhead
CaJdernead of f Kansas KansasBurke Kan KanBurke KansasBurke
Burke of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaMartin PennsrlvanlaMartin
Martin of South Dakota DakotaAlbert DakotaAlbect
Albert Halstead of t Washington WashingtonJob WashingtonJob VasblngtonJob
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Dance Old Year Out OutMembers OutrembeIJ
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their families will watch the Old Y Yout Tear Tearout Yearout ear
out and the New Year In tonight t nIJbt witha with
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Entertains ns Mrs Fales Falesof Falesof FaIesof
of Detroit DetroitMrs
Mrs J c Barrows B rroW wife ef SenatorBurrows Senator SenatorBurrows SeoatorBurrows
Burrows wa was hostess at luncheon today toda todafl
in honor af her hesneee nieces Mrs jajeg aJes of De lietroft Detroit Detroit ¬
troft troit lUck vfao is vidttec vsra ttg her Other Otherguests O Otherguests r rb1lests
guests were Mrs M Hale wife ef c Senator SenatorHale SenatorHale SenatorHale
Hale Mrx Elides wife of Senator Elk
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Winthrop wife of ofthe o othe 0the
the seistant Secretary of the Nai NavMrs j
Mrs Young ftg wife of ReorewiiUiuY Repreet > nta
Young Mrs T DeWitt Tateiage Mrs MrsHoUydajr HrsHoUyda MrsHollyday
HoUydajr wife of Rear Admiral Hotly
day Z U S S X 4 Mrs T L u Maodonajx Sfaodotm s
Mrs lr WBIiont m C Corcoran Hill Mrs Hob
ert I Blem Blearier Mrs F p Moran Mr
Robert Iobei = N Harper and Miss Edith Koon Kooneight
Last night Senator and Mrs Burrow e
bad dining dlI n with them the ArohaMador ArohaMadorof Am > aaseador aaseadorof I Iof
of Japan and Baroness Uchida < Senate
Vetmora tJ the e Rev Re Charles W Keb4 b4 and
Mrs Wood Mr and Mrs William > K E
Curtis Mrs rs Ezra Koon Mrs Fates aa and < i far
General Crozier U S f fMm A AMrs
i iMrs
Mrs Gerard Van Meurlck and her sis ¬
ter Sites Norton of Meadca XIc City au Meal Mexico ¬
co C o arrived In R
a Washington today for a avisit avisit
visit to Mrs rT8 Rudolph wife of ComtafssiUner Commis Commissioner Commbsluner ¬
sioner Rudolph RudolphMr RudolphMr RudolphMr
Mr and Mrs Slater SJat Hosts HostsAt Ho HoAt HostsAt
At Infants Christening ChristeningMJV ChristeninMr
MJV 3D aDd Mrs M W A A Slater saatar were hosts hostsat
at an Interesting function today at atnoon atnoon atnoon
noon when their Infant granddaughter granddaughterdaughter rat Idaugbt9ldaughter granddaughterdaughter
daughter of the attache of the Russian Husslanembassy Russlanembasey Russianembassy
embassy and time Boris de Struve was waschristened wa sraschristened
christened lae ceremonies were per ¬
formed according to tbe rites of tn the
Orthodox Russian church which in ¬
clude Immersing the infant three fthree times
The ceremonies took place In the t e pres ¬
ence of the family Mr de Strove s col ¬
leagues J4 l at the Russian embassy a few
Intimate hrtita a ae friends and representatives repre tstlves of
the Diplomatic Corps CorpsMr
Const oi t
Mr Justice and Mrs LImon LiuteaEntertain LImonEnte LtutonEntertain
Entertain Ente Large Company Companyfirst
Xr Justice and Mrs Lurton gave the thetirt therst
first rst large social function which w 1eh they
have given this season at their rest ¬
dence on I street when they were hosts bastsat hostsat
at a large reception to about 2ft tb > greats
The house was beautifully decoratedwith decorated decoratedwith ilecoratedwith
with palms and Klllaraey KlJ ey resee rer < ee
Mr and Mra Horace Lnrton and Mr airand Mrand
and andtrL Mrs Horace Van Decanter assisted v Sted
Mr Justice and Mrs L Jurton rton in j2cely Icelv el
fag the jgaests guests who represented officialand official officialand
and resident circles of aedety ae iety
The hostess host s wore a beautiful ut1tul el gown of ofwhite orwhite ofwhite
white satin embroidered fn pearls Mrs
Van Decanter wore black Jetted ne neand n nand net netand
and Mrs Horace Lurton v wilte w te satin satinMr satinMr satinMr
Mr and Mrs James Marion n Johnston JohnstonMr
Mr and Mrs Horace Westcott Mrs MrsJames airsJames
James Pilling and MIss Gertrude Gor Gordon Gordoa Gordon ¬
don were among those eatertaining din dinner dinnet dinnor ¬
net companies test Bight prior to the
White House dance which they all at ¬
tended tend laterMr later 1terMr
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Mr and Mrs Scale Be Je R R Howard wn wnpresent wipreent moilpresent
present their daughter Mine Bdytb Bdytbafteraoeo <
Howard to Washington society soclet th this thisafternoon o
afternoon at a tea t art i odoclc ocIoclrMr oclockMrs
Mrs J Kahn who wae w t spent ti the e past few
days in Baltimore has returaed to her
home in Irving IrvingLeo street streetLeo
Leo boob ef Trey Tr New York is tbe tbegaest tbeguest thegayest
guest of EdwiR Hahn of this cityMrs city cityMrs dbXrs
Mrs Sol Meyers nd and daughter are arepending
spea spelMll s pending tog g the holidays wffli reteaves reia es In InMr
Balth BalthMr Baltimore BaltimoreMr
Mr and uQ Mrs Edgar WaJl3 WaMach who
were recently r 7 married are spending a
few d tIqe ye te this tWsM city cloyMl r rMiss
Ml Miss M s Ira Brnestiue BDi esitne E Eieei semen an Is the guest guestof bU guestof t tof
of Miss Caryl Borg a4er eref et Baltimore BaltimoreMiss BaIUmoMiss BaltimoreMiss
Miss Selma Kahahas Kab hasretarDedto has returned to her
home in Baltimore after seeadiag spend rev several revoral ev ¬
oral days te town as tae t eguest guest ef rein r la ¬
fives fivesMr
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Mr aDd Mrs Ernest Er 1est Damiaa who
have been the guests of relatives r latty in
Philadelphia have returned to their
home in this city cityMrs cltyr cityMrs
Mrs Sydney Sydn y Kaufman Kaufman was hostess hostessyeeteraay hostessYCCterdy hostessyesterday
yeeteraay yesterday afternoon at a bridge bR ge at her herrtments h herme r
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you OU should use PaxtinePaxUne Paxtine PaxtinePaxtine PaxtlneF
Paxtine F is a white soluble anti antiseptic antisepUc antiseptic ¬
septic powder of delicate fragrance
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aDd with the aid of an ordinary tooth
brush yon ou are ready to use use a solu solution so1ution ¬
tion that will penetrate to every everycrevice eer eercrevice everycrevice
crevice of and between your teeth teethremove ttethremove teethremove
remove all foreign substances andmake and andmake andmoke
make the gums and mucous mem
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antiseptically dally clean The puzffyirqualities purifying
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including what is commonly known kntrwnas
as smelters breath In addiu ad u to f
driving out the germs of ofd1se disease disea
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Henry Evans Nine T Best Drug Dr g Stores
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