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The collier AJax has arrived at Hamp
ton Roads the battleship Illinois at
Yorktown the collier Celtic at Sydney
the torpedo boat Gloucester at Annapolis
the cruiser New Yorlc at Catbalogan
Samar the monitor Monterey at Woo
sung and the training ship Hartford at
St Thomas The battleship Indiana has
nailed from Hampton Roads for Fort
Riiyil the collier Lconldas and gunboat
Eagle from Lamberts Point for Key
West the cruiser Atlanta from Sin
Francisco for Desterro the training shin
Essex from Funchal for Trinidad nnd
the tender Potomac from Philadelphia
for Boston
CASTOR IA rorlnfintMndOfldna
Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought
SOCIAL AID PERSONAL
Yesterday Marked liy Many Pretty
Weddings
Dr Iiliiiiu nm VIIhm lluvnll Married
al llitroiuililnu Cliurvli Mr Irif
rum mill MIkm Kliifr nt St A ml rev
Oilier rulnl Evt litK
The Mctr i lltan M E Church ar
tistically el orated with palm foliage ana
lilb d wh an a semblagc made ill chiefly
of resident society wan the setting last
night for the wedding of Miss Juliet Maud
Din all laughter of Mr Andrew B Du
vll Attorney for the District and Dr
Hanson T A Lemon Escorted by her
father the bride passed up the aisle pre
ceded by her train of ushers and maids
She wore with her gracefully pretty wed
uing robes of white crepe and duchess
lace a tulle Mil held in place with or
ange blossom sprays Ier flowers were
white loses and lilies of the valley ar
ranged in a t hower bouquet Her at
tendant maid of honor was Miss Louise
Duvall whose gown was of pink crepe dt
chine that matched in color the chrjs
anthtmunis that formed her bouquet The
blidesmads were Miss Brown of Ruther
ford X J Miss Briggs of rookljn
qousila of the bride and Miss Clara Lutz
or this city They were attired ulie in
white point despnt and carried bunches
of white chrysanthemums Mr Harry M
Union attended his brother and the ush
ers were Air Williams F Lemon Mr
Andrew B Durull jr Dr W Asbby
lranklnnd Dr Edward D Perkins Mr
Duall B Brown and Mr T Llojd White
Kcv Dr Lemon the grooms father
assisted by Rev Dr Bristol rec
tor of the churcli
Later Dr and ilrs Lemon left for a
Iioiicvtnoon trip northward without spec
ifying the exact date of their ieturn
Another beautiful wedding occurred lnft
nisht in St Andiews Church The bride
was Miss Annletta Landon Kig daughter
of lrcf and Mrs llarry King and Mr
Iicnry Warren Freeman of Chicago was
the groom Rev Dr 1erry oiticialed
The bride was attended by a maid of
honor Miss Mabel Bsldeii King two
bridesmaids Miss Adelaide Shormeyer of
New Mexico and Miss Eitclle Fleming of
West Virginia and tvo attendant ma
trons Mrs Whitney Lyon of New York
and Mrs Albert Coombs Thorn a sister
of the bride Mnjor N L King of Santa
Fc New Mexico was best man end the
ushers were Mr Charles J Sumner Mr
Albert Coombs Thorn Dr Bunting of
Johns Hopkins Univ ersity Mr F ion
Dachcnhauscn and Mr James II Kellcy
The bride wore white duche33 satin and
a eil crowned with orange blossoms Her
bouquet was while roses The maid of
honor was attlted in white crepe The
bridesmaids gowns were of yellow crepe
de chine and like the maid of honor
they carried bouquets of jellow and white
chrysanthemums The matrons of honor
were in white crepe and their bouquets
were formed entirely of golden ellow
chrysanthemums A full choral service
was rendered bj the vested choir
Mr Freeman Is a promising young law
yer of Chicago and a graduate of Har
vard After a wedding trip and a short
stay In Chicago their future home Mr
Freeman will return here to remain dur
ing the session of Congress They will be
at home after December 15 at 135G Vale
Street the home of Professor and Mrs
King
Mrs Teunls S Hamlin OS Connecticut
Avenue will be at home this afternoon
from 3 to 5 oclock to give the friends of
Dr Mary Pierson Eddy medical mission
ary of the Womens Presby tcrlal Society
of Washington an opportunity of bidding
her good bje before she returns to her
work in Svrla
Miss Mabel Alberta Donnelly daughter
of Mr and Mrs M A Donnelly and Mr
Edward Everett Jones were married at
noon yesterday at Homllne Church Miss
Dora Jones and Mr Harry C Jones stood
up with the couple and Messrs J M A
Watson Fred Donnelly Douglas Slmms
and Jesse Nicholson were the ushers
Miss Elizabeth E Clements and Mr
Arthur B Bryan were married Tuesday
evening at St Aloysius Church The
bride was attended by her sister Miss
Nannie Clements and by Miss Eva
Bryan Mr and Mrs Brian are well
known joung residents of the Brians
Point neighborhood In Charles County
Maryland ard hive a host of friends In
this city Mr and Mrs Bryan r turned
to their home in Mainland vesterday
morning on the steamer Ientz
One of those remarkable people who
know everything has proclaimed to the
world that Mr iehr has branched into a
new field of action and constituted him
self sole purchaser and designer of his
pretty wifes gowns Mrs Lehr hermit
is noted for her taste in devising gowns
but compared to her husband she Is well
simply nowhere While abroad on their
wedding trip the oracle declares Mr
Ithr achieved a wardrobe of splendid ef
fect
Two gowns In particular are counted on
to be the sensation of the season here
The design for each is credited to her de
voted husband One Is called the mother
of pearl dress It Is a superb white
tulle made over with white chiffon and
white satin cut extremely decollete On
the tulle and chiffon are embroidered
curious designs of mother of pearl se
quins In Irregular shape The contrast
of the two whites Is strikingly beautiful
The Iridescent gleam of the pearl Is espe
cially so under electric lights The shell
Is used unsparing It twists and turns
over the gown and Is kept from looking
too heavy at the foot by the Innumerable
frills and swish that form the balaieuse
Worth unhesitatingly stated after this
gown was finished that mother of pearl
sequins would take the place of Jet and
metal ones and that mother of pearl
ornaments would become the fashion and
that these bits of Iridescent shells wond
be in great demand for the regal gowns
this season
The coral gown Is also of white soft
exquisite net with great branches of
coral worked on the foundation in forks
and circular groups The blaze of red
against the white Is splendid Coral has
to be worked with In certain stiff designs
for it lends Itself to nothing sinuous
And this Idea has been carried out with
great effect on the gown Mrs Lehr will
I probably wear crimson satin slippers and
rcu Sllh BlocitingH wiin ii ubiug coral unu
diamonds as jewelry
At St Marks Pro Cathedral on Tues
day night Miss Hattle W Dalton and Mr
Harry C Cragg were married in the
presence of a large gathering of friends
The bride entered the church with her
fither preceded by Miss Lyda Dalton
her bister who was maid of honor The
groom and Mr Claud Livingston
was best man met them at the chancel
and the ceremony was performed by the
Rev Levering Devrles the rector of the
Pro Cathedral After the ceremony the
couple held a reception at the home of
the brides parents Mr and Mrs Robert
Dilton 503 IJ Strei t southeast The bride
was gowned In white crepe de chine
trlmed with rose point lace while the
maid of honor wore a dress of light blue
crepe over taffeta and point rose lace
The ushers were Theodore Dalton A II
Gaddls George Hebbard and Mr Long
Mr and Mrs Cragg will spend two weeks
at Niagara and Buffalo and will return
after a trip through Canada They will
be at home after November 13 at SOS II
Street southeast-
The marriage of Miss Lillian Louise
Plant daughter of Mr and Mis George
II Plant Jr to Mr Richard Hiiand Cox
of Baltimore will take place Wednesday
evening November 0 at TS0 oclock at
the Church of the Ascension
A wedding of musical interest to occur
last niiht was that of Miss Anna Belle
Cnrpenter nnd Mr Charles II Henney
Miss Carpenter is the contralto soloist at
Bears tho J7
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THE TIMES WASHINGTON THURSDAY OCTOBER 2t 1901
St Margarets Church recently going
there trim Foundry where she hid been
for three years Mr HenneJ Is a skillful
performer on the euphonium Only rela
tives wi re present at the ceremony Itev
George Majdwell of Wuugh Church otli
ciated and Mr W S Carpenter of New
oik gave the bride awa The maids
In attendance were Miss Kathcrine John--on
and MKs Bertha Jett Mr Roland R
Roduick the baritone acted as best man
and Dr Hischoff played the wedding
liarrli After the 7 oclock ceremony a
rtception followed from S to 10
Miss Mabel Mercedes Burrow3 ard Mr
William C rlNle Barr were nnrrleil at 6
oclock icsterday afternoon at the resi
dence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs
Frank Burrows J720 N Street Owing to
n recent death In the bride s family the
crrcmonj ai a very quiet aflalr Rev
Mr Kinder of the Congress Street Meth
odist Church oillciated and the only at
tendant was little Jiorgiiet iteimuurg
who wore a while frock and carrieil bridal
flowers Ihe wedding gown was of white
Louisinc silk In the hair of the attrac
tive young bride was fastened a white
rose and similar blossoms formed her
bridal bouquet Upon th ir return from a
trip to the grooms home in Illinois Mr
and Mrs Barr will risidc with the
parents on N Stteet
The Whitehall Review says it has
good repson for lielievlng thit the Duke
and Duchess of Marlborough will be the
next occupants of Dublin Castle Ireland
where the duke will act as Vlceroj Lord
and Lady Dudley are also mentioned but
as Lord Dudiey has never shown any
predilections for public life and as the
countess Is very quiet and retiring there
seems little likelihood of their accepting
the lost even If it were offered It his
alwijs been a prlf to the Duke of Mari
borojgh that M irlborough House pissed
beond the reach of Blenheim and It Is
said by some th it It is owing to the hope
of the duke and duchess th it they may
be In a position to buy back Marlborough
House from the State that the operations
at the site of their new house have been
so long discontinued Now that all the
relatives of the late Queen have been pro
vided with Iordon pilaces there aro
some who think It is quite feasible for
the King to see his wav to grallfv the de
sire of their Graces of Marlborough and
part with the town residence he has so
long occupied
CLYDE PITCHS LATEST HIT
The ClluiliL rx Proving 11 SucceKS
AVItli Iuenl lliPiilrcKiirri
Local theatregoers are this week en-
Joying what is without question the best
dramatic ottering that has come to Wash
ington this season or as a matter of
fact for e good long time and as The
Climbers Is plaved by Amelia Bingham
and her admirable stock company capable
histrionlsm has never been better ex
ploited on a local stage In this Clyde
ritcli piece the humor and tragedy of the
fortunes of the Hunter family are so
splendidly presented and the satire of
the doings of the smart set ofGothams
population is so keen that the play de
serves to rank as the very best product
that Mr Fltsh has turned out since his
Beau Brummel
Miss Binghams company Is noteworthy
for its general excellence There Is not a
role no matter how small that Is not In
the hands of a capable plajer while the
work of the star herself is decidedly com
mendable Washlngtonlans rarely have
the chance to witness such an excellent
performance as Is this week betng glverr
at the National Theatre by Miss Bing
ham Frank Worthlngton Robert Edeson
James Carew Ferdinand Gottschalk
Madge Carr Cook Marian Gardiner Bijou
Fernandez Ethel Wlnthrop Minnie Du
pree and the other members of the Bing
ham company
PLANS FOR THE MEETING
Conference of District Clinpterx II
V It o He Held Vm eiiilc r 2I
A well attended meetlrg of the regents
and representatives of the twelve District
chapters of the Society of the Daughters
of the American Revolution was held last
night In the red parlor of the Ebbltt
House with the State Regent of the Dis
trict Mrs Mary S Lockwood In the
chair The meeting was held for the
purpose of formulating plans for the
State Conference of the District to be
held In this city Tuesday November C
There was considerable discussion in
regard to the selection of tho hall In
which to hold the conference At a pre
vious meeting Confederate Veterans
Hall wns selected but this Is not satis
factory to some of the members of the
organization The State Regent appoint
ed a committee to select another hall
and to report results at the next meeting
of the society to be held at the Ebbitt
House Wednesday October 30
The programme for the conference as
it is row nrranged is as follow
Tuesday November X 10 oclock a m
opening of conference with prajcr to be
followed by music and the singing of
America Mrs Mary S Lockwood the
State Regent will make an address on
the work to be accomplished by the Dis
trict chapters which will be followed by
roll call and reports of the regents of the
various chapters after which an ad
journment f one hour will be taken for
lunch The Ladies Loval Lesion will
serve lunch The afternoon session Is to
be devoted to general discussions of mat
ters pertaining to the society and sug
gestions regarding the welfare of the
Daughters of the American Revolution
The evening session which Is to open
at 3 oclock with praier by the Rev Dr
Randolph H McKlm rector of the
Church of the Epiphany is to include
several musical productions as well as
an address by the President General of
the Daughters or tne American involu
tion Mrs Charles Fairbanks an addre ss
on the project of the Continental Hall by
Miss Desha and Mrs Llndsav and an
address by Mrs Ellen Fostir on The
Duties and Work of the Daughters of the
American Revolution in Times of Peace
MR HITCHCOCK BETTJENS
IlacL Iriiin IUn Summer Home in
evv
After spending three days at his sum
mer residence in Dublin N II Secre
tary Hitchcock arrived In this city jes
terday morning He went at once to the
Interior Depirtment where he resumed
his official duties
Mr Hitchcock was accompnneil on his
trip to New Hampshire by Mrs Hitch
cock and his two daughters lhei re
turned with him as far as New York City
where thej stopped to visit friends They
xx ill however arrive In this city some
time Saturday ind at once op m their
residence In this city for the inter
LOSSES IN THE PHILIPPINES
ItfHtiltK of IiiKiieiiiits In
itml liiirfiii
The following despatch was receUed by
Adjutant General Corbin yesterday fcom
General Chaffee
I have the honor to report the follow
ing casualties since last report dated
Septembe r S 1901
In engagement at Rio Kttubig Samar
July 13 1W Judson McGrew private B
First Infanry right thigh seve e In en
gagement at Santo Tomas Luzon Au
gust 27 1W1 Tristram It Bethea pri
vate B Twentieth Infantri left leg
mod rate James R Murrav pivat It
Twentieth lnfantrj left arm slight In
engagement at Hulat Samar August 1
1W1 Harry O Devol private D Frsl
Infantry arm shoulder severe William
T Price private D First Infantry left
forearm severe Charles F Mauley pri
vate D First Infantry left leg severe
The lhoriiton nt Flint EikiiikIi
The torpedo boat Thornton In Its first
trill failed to develop contract speed
and another trial will probably be given
the vissei The boat was b jllt by the
Tilgg Siliplullding Company at Rich
mond and a trial was made on the Ches
apeake on Mond iv The vessel made
something more than twenty four knots
when twenty six were called for
Married In lliiltlmiire
BALTIMORE Oct 2X W B Johnson
of the specification department of the
Government Printing Ofllcc Washington
D C and Miss Nettle L Push of the
sime city were married this evening at
the home of the brides aunt in this city
They start tomorrow on the steamer
Hudson for Savannah Quitman and
Tliomasvllle Cii and other places in the
South
COMING TO TIIE THEATRES
Cnlmiililu Tin- Christian
At the Columbia Theatre next Mondav
evening Lleblcr Co will make a special
production of Hall Caln s famous plaj
The Christian with a star cast Includ
ing Edward J Morgan in his original
cITiractcr of John Storm and Elsie Leslie
as Glory Quayle the part made famous
by Viola Allen The present production
is sild to be fully equal to the original
presentation
The low scale of prices made possible
by Lucln tt A- Dwyir who purchased The
Christian outright for next week has
met with populai approval by the public
The sale of seats which opens this
morning bids fair to br the largest of the
season Set eral hundred orders bv m ill
and telephone have been received bv the
management many being accompanied bj
letters congratulating them on the low
prices for this engagement of The
Christian
The Rntionnl Inil Iliiutii urtlin
experiment
Manager Rapley announces for next
week at the National Daniel Frohmans
stock company fron Dalys Theatre New
York Including IllMa Spong aud Arthur
Forest Jameson Lee FInjie Grant
Stewart William F Oweii Will
lam Coiirtenaj Albert S Howson
Mrs Thomas Whiffen Beatrice Morgan
and Nevada Ilefron The play will be a
novelty here R C Cartons Lady Hunt
worths Exiierlment an original comedy
In three acts
Lie Mr Cartons other efforts Lady
Huntworths Experiment is strung In
bits of character is brightly written and
Its composite quality of good sense good
feeling and mirth commends It to cordial
favor Lady Himtworth the heroine is
i good woman unhappily married In
ordr to escape from her drunken hus
band she allows him to obtain a divorce
Then being poor she takes service as a
cook In the family of a clergyman That
is the experiment The comedy exhib
its a Berles of resultant occurrences Tho
butler falls in love with her and pro
poses marriage So does the clergyman
a lttmjtoii tinea Cantaln Dorvaston
one c the clergymans friends and
guests The ex husband Lord Hunt
worth hearing that his former wife has
Inherited money and being himself
ruined seeks her In her refuge and tries
to renew their wedded association But
by this time sno nas otner suitors
The seat sale for the engagement will
open today and promises to be very
large
The
Infnjcir Ills Kxoellrncy the-
ConTUor
The Bellows stock company appears to
have settled down to a prosperous season
at the Lafayette The houses during the
present week have been uniformly large
A distinct novelty his been announced
for the third week when Capt R Mar
shalls Ills Excellency the Governor
will be presented for the first time In
Washington When the piece was pro
duced In New York three seasons ago It
ran for several months at a prominent
Broadway theatre When taken on a tour
however the bookings did not include
Washington so that Its presentation liy
the Bellows organization on Monday
night next will be something in the light
of a premier production
In His Excellency the Governor Miss
Lawrence will hav e the role of Stella De
Gex an operatic singer which should af
ford her excellent opportunities for com
edy work The play Itself Is described as
a farcical romance and Is laid upon an Im
aginary island where an English army
otllcer acting as governor gen al is liv
ing a 1fe of luxurious ease surrounded by
his ttaff
The Little Minister seems to have
caught the fancy of the Lafayette patrons
and standing room was again at a pre
mium yesterday afternoon
Clinses A Contented Woninn
That the return of a stock company Is
always a matter of local pride is again
proved by the active demand for scats for
the reappearance of Otis Harlan anu tne
members of Chases Musical Comedy
Stock Company at Chases Theatro next
week in A Contented Woman which
was always Mr Hbyts favorite play of
all the efforts of his fertile pen He
wrote It especially to Introduce his wife
Caroline Miskel Hojt to the American
public as a star She successfully ap
peared In It until her untimely death cut
short the tours Then Mr Hoyt again
put forth the comedy with Miss Agnes
Rose Lane who was selected from a host
of anplicants on account of her beauty
and ability in the part formerly enacted
by Mrs Hoyt Mlsa Lane has for that
reason been especially engaged as the
Chase Companys new leading woman
Mr Harlan has a part which Is said
to be well adapted to his peculiar and
attractive style Mr Dunne Miss Marble
Mr Andrada Mr Hart and Little Chip
are said to be particularly well suited to
the part3 for which they have been cast
As always new vaudeville specialties wilt
be Intersnersed generously throughout the
action of the piece and Mr Hoffman the
versatile musical director has composed
some new musical numbers
The Aendem Mini Enemy
The melodrama Enemy will
have a picturesque presentation at the
Academy next weelc The company that
Is to present It Is said to be a strong one
Agnes HefndOD will Impersonate Sarah
Drake pretty Josephine Thill will be
seen as Grace Lisle Wljdred Conner will
play Polly Harris Marie French will be
Mrs Sanders and little baby De Vere
elly Sanders Albert Andruss one of
the best of the younger American leading
actors will be Harry Stanton W F Can
held an able melodramatic actor will
Play Tom Drake Maurice Lindner as
lkey Barnett a character he lias plajed
since Mans Enemy was first produced
in America Thad Shine also an original
member of the company will be seen as
the good natured policeman Emlle La
Croix is the Trench waiter Adolphe and
W J Hurley as General Stanton
Some of the scenic pictures ure Tom
Drakes gambling hell Monte Carlo bv
moonlight and Blenheim Castle This
piece Is now being played in London for
the sixth successive season a remarkable
fact in these days when a play that has
run 10 nights or over 2l nights Is in
deed a rara avis but Mans Enemy has
been presented upward of 12O0 times no
fewer than 550 performances having been
given in the city of London
Hie llljoti Burlesque uml Villlilev Hie
Commencing with next Monday mati
nee at the Bijou Theatre the stock com
pany will present a medley of music and
mirth that Is expected to prove unusual
ly entertaining to the patron cf this pop
ular house The musical selections will
be furnish d by Louise Moore Nellie V
Nichols Susie Rocnmora John P
Rodders Matt Kennedy Charles Rice nnd
Tred Cadv while the quartette of come
dians of the Bijou organization will In
troduce a liberal amount of fun Into the
offerings
The vaudeville Hill will be headed by
Mr and Mrs Mark Murphy the popu
lar fun makers who will give their new
sketch Nhv Doogan Swore OfT which
is said to be the best effort in the comeuy
line of their career Lew Bloom who en
J013 the reputation of being one of the
funniest of the numerous tramp
diars will relate pome storlen that are
siid to be new and sing a number of
piiinllrs of his own composition The
Iantzer Ttlo consisting of three women
ami one man wjll give an exhibition of
x iert ucrolitism Mr nnd Mrs Neil
llti lillelil will entertain with one of their
charming little rural comedies and Coak
lev mil Huteil will display their abilities
In the il uielng lln The usual dally mati
neis will be given
I
ICeriimiM llcMilzinitle Coiiijiihi
Manager Kerninl of the Liceum Thea
tre has yeeured the famous
novelty and burlesque company as his
attraction next week The Rentz Santley
organization has the reputation of pre
senting to the public some of thebest vnu
devltle and burlesque performances on the
road They endeavor to keep In touch
with the public demand and they are
constantly seeking novelties The com
pany for this season is said to bo the
strongest In its history numbering as t
does over thirty five people
In the olio will be seen Daisy Dumont
the Leonards James nnd Sadie Charles
Roberson the Misses Wlllard and Wheel
er Gruet and Gruet Lottie Elliott one
of the many queens of burlesque and
Lyons the rube Juggler The opening
burletta this season is entltlid When
Your Wifes Away A new satire on the
New York dramatic success Lndr Twr
Flags which Is entitled Under Two
Jaga will be the closing burlesque Mat
inee every day
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FOR NOVEMBER
THE PICTURES There are more
than 77 illustrations In color tint and
black and white in HARPERS for
November Tho colored pictures are
uncommonly rich and effective while
those In tint include a number of pic
tures by Andrey Castalgne and some
delicate and unusual snow pictures
JIORE SERIOUS FEATURES
Among the notable serious features
are The Bottom of the Sea a
paper of both scientific and popular
Interest by Prof Nutting of the
University of Iowa Phenomenal
Memories by Prof E S Holden
Athenian Conceptions of a Tuture
Life by Dr Daniel Qulnn and
a paper of literary and Historical
interest on the church of Old St
Saviours Southwark by Charles E
RusselL
SHORT STORIES -There are severe
complete short stories In HARPERS
for November Among the authors
are Robert W Chambers Van Tassel
Sutphen Mrs Henry Djdeney Cora
Mainard and Eleanor Hoyt They
are all stories that mean something
and are well worth reading stories of
the type you find only In HARPERS
MAGAZINE
A GREAT POEM Edith Wharton-
whose brilliant short stories have at
tracted so much attention contributes
to the MAGAZINE for November a
story In poem form a masterly piece
of work almost more brilliant than
her prose stories and of wonderful
dramatic power It Is Illustrated by
Howard Pyle
Soparato Contributions
In This Number
cruits
First Lieut Alfred T Clifton Signal
Corps now at Fort McDowell Cal will
proceed to 191 Clark Street Chicago 111
and report for recruiting duty in connec
tion with enlistments for the Signal
Corps
First Lieut Harry L James Artillery
Corps will upon the expiration of Ills
present sick leave proceed to Columbus
Barracks Ohio and report for duty and
to accompany a detachment of recruits to
be sent to ban Francisco Cal
Second Lieut Brice P Dloque Fifth
Cavalry now on temporary duty at Fort
I nomas Kv will proceed to Columbus
Barracks Ohio and report for duty with
recruits to be sent from th it post to the
Division of the Philippines
Second Lieut Frank J Miller Artil
lery Corps recently appointed with rank
from May S 11 is assigned to the 116th
Company Coast Artlll ry and will pro
ceed to Join that company nt Foit Wil
liams Me
Second Ueut Walti r II Ntlll recently
appointed with rank from February 2
101 from corporal Troop E Fourth Cav
alry Is assigned to the Thirteenth Cav
alry and will join that regiment not later
than November 15 19jl Hi will be as
signed to a troop hi his regimental com
mander
The following named oflcers recently
appointed with rank from February 2
1901 are assigned to regiments as indi
cated after their respective names mid
will be assigned to troops and companies
by their respective regimental com
mnniiirs hn will nroniDtlv report the
assignments by letter to this oillce Wll
iinm I- Inve from tirst lieutenant of
cavalry to Thirteenth Cavalry Joseph C
ulgliter jr rrom second iieuienaui m
cavalry to Eighth Cavalry Vernon W
Boiler from second lieutenant of In
fantry to Twentieth Infantry William P
Kitts from second lieutenant of infantry
to Twenty first Infantri
Lieutenant Lowe will proceed to Fort
Myer Va for temporary duty Lieuten
ant Righter will proceed to Fort Colum
bus N Y for temporary duty Lieuten
ant Boiler will proceed to Fort Sheridan
Ill for temporary duty Lieutenant
Kltts will proceed to Fort Columbus N
Y for temporary duty
The following assignments In the Artil
lery Corps of officers recently nppolnted
are announced Percy Willis nppolnted
llrst lieutenant Forty third Company
Co 1st Artillery Lewis S Ryan appointed
second lieutenant Thirtieth Company
Coast Artlllerv Kenneth C Masteller ap
pointed second lieutenant 123th Company
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GIVE YOUR NEWSDEALER YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW
AEMY ORDERS
The following chinges In the stations
and duties of ofltcers of the Pay Depart
ment are ordered
Col Albert S Towar assistant paymas
ter general Is relieved from duty as chief
paj master Division of the Philippines
and will proceed to Chicngo 111 and re
port for duty as chief paymaster of that
department
Lieut Col Charles H Whipple deputy
pay master general will be relieved by the
commanding general Department of the
Lakes from duty as clilef paymaster of
that department In time to take the trans
port to sail from San Francisco CaL No
vember 16 IM1 for Manila P I where
he will report for duty as chief paymas
ter of that division
Capt Alvarado M Fuller Ninth Caval
ry will report to the Department of Cal
ifornia for assignment to duty with re
I
a
Year
Coast Artillery Glen F Jenks appointed
second lieutenant 123d Company Coast
Artillery Carl E Wlggin appointed sec
ond lieutenant 119th Company Coast Ar
tillery Richard IL Williams appointed
second lieutenant Nlnetj -sixth Company
Coast Artillery
Orders
Commissions have been issued to offi
cers recently advanced as follows
Capt H Knox commissioned from Sep
tember 1901 Capt J G Eaton Septem
ber 2S Commander N Sargent Septem
ber 2 Commander J B Milton Septem
ber M Commander G W Mentz Sep
tember JS Lieutenant Commander J H
Hetherlngton August 15 Lieutenant Com
manders c IL Harlow and C C Marsh
September 2S Lieut F B Uphara June
IG Lieutenants R C Moody and J M
Reeves Octobor S 1901
Chaplain Charles M Charlton appoint
ed chaplain from October 17 1M1 Pay
masters Clerk O G Haskett appoint
ment duty Pensacola and San Francisco
Training Station revoked Paymasters
Clrk F F MacWIIkle appointment duty
Solace revoked Paymasters Clerk F K
Hunt appointment duty Honolulu Station
revoked Paj masters Clerk O F Cato
appointment duty Kentucky revoked
Paymi tcrs Clerk 11 M Crary appoint
ment Chicago revoked Paymasters
Clerk 1 C Adams appointment duty
Washington Yard revoked Paymasters
Clerk 1 B Cunklirg appointment duty
imdei pa master Washington Yard re
voked Paj masters Clerk G W Van
Brunt transferred from Brookljn to Eu
ropean St ition Chicago
Capt F W DIckins detached command
Brookljn upjn reporting of relief to
home nd wait orders Cant c c nvii
detached dut a3 hjdrographer Bureau
of Equipment uiion reporting of relief to
e uiiioianu urooKij p as reuei e aptaln
DIckins via China ailing San Francisco
November 23 Lieutenant Commander A
Mertz to Wabash as executive Novem
ber 1 as relief Lieutenant Commander
Carter Lieutenant Commander F S
Carter detached Wab ish upon reporting
relief to Topeka and connection Port
Royal Station Lieut G B Rice to duly
as Inspecting engineer of material Home
stead steel VA orks Munhall Pa as as
sistant to Lieutenant Chambers Ensign
W P Cronan to Mirietta November 1
Surgeon G Pickrell detached Columbia
upon reporting of relief to duty at Naval
Dipensary Washington I C Surgeon
P Icacli to Columbia as relief of Sur
geon Pickrell Passed Assistant Surgeon
It M Kennedy to Franklin Assistant
Surgeon A G Grunwell to Norfolk Hos
pital November 1 Assistant Surgeon L
W Bishop to Independence
now It reddens the skin itches oozes
dries and stales I
Some people call it tetter milk crust cv
salt rheum
The sttlferlns from it is sometimes In
tense local applications are reported to
tbey mlticrate but cannot cure
It proceeds from humors inherited or ac
cjuired and persists until these have beer
removed
Hoods Sarsaparllla
positively removes them has radicall
and permanently cured the worst cases am
Is without an equal for all cutaaeou
eruptions
IIood3 1ltLb w tho best cithartlf Price JJceuU
Wooilwar
and
Loll
Hew Tori WasMaston Paris
An
AllOveriheiioiise
Special
Sale
By an extra effort we lmve
ered together a froodlv number of
I articles for daily personal andW
I household uses and offer them at
very specially low prices -
Everything is fresh new and of
the best quality for this store
as we have said again and again
ran never be a receptacle for
poor merchandise however favor
able the condition or low the
price
Crochet Bed Spreads
11 4 White Crochet Bed
Spreads Marseilles patterns
i hemmed and readv for use
Special priee
75c Each
Second floor
Muslin Sheets
Muslin Sheets excellent qual
ity size SlxiJO inches
Special price
55c Each
Secoril floor
Womens Hosiery
Fast Black Cotton Hose plain
and dropstitch plain having
double soles heels and toes
Special price
20c 3 pairs for 50c
rirst floor
Womens
Handkerchiefs
j A collection of Womens All
linen Handkerchiefs unusually
s fine and pretty the best values
we have ever offered at the price
Some hemstitched some embroid
j ered some trimmed with footing
point desprit or Valenciennes
lace
Special price
12ic Each
First floor Tenth st
40inch India Linon
40 inch India Linon excellent
quality
Special price
12ic a Yard
Second floor
Majolica Vases
Majolica Flower Vases and
IJouquet Holders in a variety of
pretty shapes and colorings suit
able for euchre or whist prizes
Special price
50c Each
First floor
BalIjointed Dolls
Full ball jointed Dolls best
quality head best quality hand
sewed curly hair closing eyes
Special price
100 Each
Fourth floor
Gas Globes
Gas Globes in both plain glass
and in amber or green colorings
and in the popular 4 inch size
Special pi ice
15c Each 2 for 25c
Fifth floor
Buckeye Knife Sets
Buckeye Knife Sets made by
the Christy Knife Co consisting
of one scalloped edged bread
knife one scalloped edged cake
knife and one paring knife
Special price
19c per Set
Fifth floor
Scrap Baskets
Small sized nidian niade Scrap
Baskets in a number of assorted
colorings and shapes
Special price
10c Each
Fifth floor
WOODWARD LOTHRO
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