e Wes:afterall each
ad Heruse and
4 of the
3d term. B3ut
ed by.'Ilt get
Ain't.It a Grand and Clorious Feeling-f'=
--m-Er-ALL YOUR 0
FAM~ILY HASTHE I?L
-Trti. NuRE 1 AWAY? M~D Yct 7Q CN RATULAT'a
' tVR-SELF T.HqKT YOuV AF4
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FIND - 50 Yo tLAR-' Rabbi ad Mrs. Jacob Singer, of
-N71-104KTHE RpiO M MTER IN. Lincoln, Nab., are thne gubsa of Mr.
fouI T~ EMP- YouRFtMOUJTHI lo-- - fli_ Gundersheitner at tine
ST FOR ~ MiNV 1MMarlborough.
Mr, and Mrs. Isaac Meyer, of New
York, are the guests of Doctor and
Mrs. Lbuis P. Hamburger. Mrs. Ham-s burger will return to New York with
5"" her guests on Sunday.
Captain and Mrs. Sidney Soadheiso.
" 1 - the ' formner of Camp Sheridan, are
- V visiting relatives in thne city.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Metzel and family
are occupying an apartment at the
Mr. Louis Kraus is in Atlantic
Miss Margaret Osborn is visiting
Miss Elsie Croll at her home In New
York for the holidays.
MIr. and Mrs. Howell Parr have returned from Philadelphia, where
'ti-E ~ ~ g~MM-Bo~ AiT IT they have been visiting relatives.
D trAYS 1-4- 114- N'MGR ' oy! 1N A I Mrs. George Morrison Gaither has
Rl, -.. R R-RAND A- returned train New Haven, Ct..
RUNS WIusJ4 LOR _R- RIGVsJ FEELt where she has been visiting her son,
-.George Morrison Gaither, Jr.
TA TA TAMrs. W. H. Irwin Flaming and her
TYA twin daughters are visiting her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. William A.
j Stewart. Jr.. at their home op West
Lanv ale street.
I- 6 '~'Lieut. Vergil Lewis has been spending the holidays with Mfrs. Lewis at
4a the home of her mother, Mrs. Andrew Melville Rteid on North Cal/ vert street.
' ~Mrs. Stanley Zell has returned
from Atlantic City, where she spent
some~ time at the Marlborough-Hteniem
Mir. and Mrs. Lewis M. Hopkins
ire spending some time at Hotel
MeAlpin. New York.
Jeffeg"ies Buck had been mustered
r out of the navy and is visiting his
parents. iDoctor and Mrs. Winmer
ltrinton. before returning to Hart-i 'ioyyrht t hin,Tonuas Aeeitton s \a it Tii(.OiO,f,'rt where he will mnake his home.
iuirnin IMr. and Mfrs. William M. Ellicott
FU E AL URHRWARNING have returned friltn Pennsylvania,
- -.I AGAINST INFLUENZA where they have been spending a
few days with relatives.
The fiiieral of Frederick Itrnntan. Spread of Disease, Says the spetiding a few days at Hotel
thief of the Third Fire Department Hat omsinr cliNwYr.woete r
Distric t. wh, was killed Tuesday ItoatCmisine. mo~n.tew Yorknt g eu heytar
il autoittotile accvident, will be held Pinting to the weather cotittions aogtercn uss
at _ o'clock this afterniootn. it favorable to. the spread of tfub, Miss Helen Whitridge and Miss
'Tine srvkes stlit be conducted by' ats, Healthn Commissioner Blake! Katherine Lee are spending the weei
Rev. Dr. Eugette- It. Sniith. of itic yesterday aga'in took occasion to ad- at Lake Placid, where they are enFirst Mithoelist Church. at the hoito tithitish the tpublic to lie on guard,jiyitng the winter sports.
'if Chief B1raiian, 324 West Twenty. atgaitnat the dangers of infer tioo. He' ade -no Bsoi
frst street. The Fire Departnnent sad:isMrs. n Ge arenLanerof.Bosn, ins
will have conmplete charge of the "Weather conditions, such as we. vstn e aetPo.adMs
funeral. The following wili he pail- have had during the test few days, tiasitlt.Gildersleeve, at their home on
bearers: Captains Willitam.1. Mc- largely necessitating the overcrowvd- North Calvert street.
tottaid Lewis Buehler, Willianm. i ilog of the street tars, contribute not -o
Itoigiano, Henry Miller, John H. Dil a little to the spreaid of influenza atnd M.son Ms J
cr, Hughn J. Lavery atnd DeputyFits perpetuation. Therefore, it is of', haveeeturnedL. to ateirahomeitnt
Chief Lewin H. Biurkhart. Intermnent the greatest 'imiportanice that persotnal frWenshny.L.I.atravito
wili lake place int Holy Itedtemer riding on street cars and occupying fredl ee
cemetery. potitions Iiipoititc gatherings should:- Howard lice, who has tien visiting
ace to it that tropter ventilation is his mother. Mrs. L. M. Lee. on North
FUEA FM.. -ETZ- ieing nmaintinited. Weatlier of this Catssrewl eut oaho
MALTREATEDBY HUNS- Mr. and Mlrs. Getir N. Numaen
THIEF THRICEFRUSTRATED have returned f a visit to
eel Ian Who Escsper1& This Coun. the;Marlboro - lenheim, Atlantic
try Plans tp Wed. Makes Three Attempts at Home of City. ______
With remarkable vividness; osepin m"a"r CEAT UXON
Vraesndert, 43 years old, a Belgian TlireO unsuccessful attempts to rob NEA UTN
itow thving at. 1310 North t'harles the home of George:Marshall, 4817 ' and 7si-s. Marry' J. Carroll drave
street, described yesterday barbarities West North aveaue, have been mad delightful dance last evening at the
of. the - Gernans that are almost int..,teieCuItxofo hi
FY OF ONGRESS NEWSPAPER RNtrMsrsoni
The clb was decorated with
- -- - -
litenetel and conmmitted for ecturt. An
additionai charge of ca: ryitng cot -
eettlei weations was also laid against
truck. Te prisonter Is alleged to'
have stolen a quantity of miatertal
friom the Jackson honeo.
POWELL RECITAL TODAY.
Paul Powell, the celebrated violinist.
wit present. an interesting programn
this afternootn at the Eighth Peabody
Recital, includinug Mezit's Ailegro
Aperto, Carpetnter's Snonata in G
mtajor, Altegretto and l~ergttelt from
Nardini's sontata in It major, the
TambouritiO-- Sutctite in I) major, by
Leclair: Scherzi', by Edwiti Grasse:
May Night, by Palmgran-Powell and
Dance of lit's. by Bazitti. Maud
Powell wil he accotnpanied by Axel
Skjerate at the pianoc.
DANCE FOR SOLDIERS.
A tatte utnder the auspkes of the
Jewish W Io. B oard will be given
otn timirrow night at theineadquarters of tite orgatiinetirt. 112-.JZ~ttaw..ptace...:Tbg. Ii3ostuees whoaw ill,
welconte tilt ment in untifirm will lie
Mrs. Entil Clarke, Mrs. Solomnii
Clarke. Mirs. lrich and Mrs. Judahn
MR. LOESCH THE MANAGER.
Oscar S. Taylor, son of the late
Cot. Johns G. Taylor, is no longer
tine mnanager of the Baltimore offis
of the iirunswick-Bake-Colemtdor
Company, a stated In The Amtericani
yesterday. M. W. Loesch holds that
DIES AFTER FALL,
Mrs. Anita Bayer, wife of Jothn
Bayer, died at her home, 6 North
First street, Brooklyn, at 3 oclock
yesterday morining from Injuries sustained December 31. when she tell
COL. JOHN G. TAYLOR.
In accordant-a with his wishes the'
funeral services for Cot. J' -ho G. Tay -
bnr, a veteran of the (livii War, whn"
tiled at his home, 712 Noirth Fltoti
avenue, early Wednesday moning.
w-ill be simsple, and then' will be iti
hotnorary pallbearers utor -o'fficial rep'resentatives tof the i'ttn'-rous p.itriotic societies tstl ratirtnale"rders
oft which he was aittitinilar. Coltinit
Taylor's last appearatte otn the
streets of Baltimore was i-btt four
weeks ago, when hte paid at visit tio
his friend, Gens. Fells Atotus. Ipuhlisher of the Baltimore Atitericas,0 at
his ofiee in The AtiericantsHuilding.
Since the death of his wife last \la5
Colonel Taylor, whto was 83 9ears
'old, had been.graiuliy falling inn
Thie services wutilbec uiituted byI
of the Grand Armni of thv- Iteptitll-.
-at. 3-o'sclock this.aftextuoatu_ Ei jtai
will be in Loudon lark (eburet,.ry.
CHARLES Y. TURNER.
The funeral of (tnarles Yardley
Turner, thetanmouts nurai ldeeorator
and director itf the Maryiuon-.l Institote who diedlintl New York last Ties2:30 o'clock froon the l-r.ifiids fleeting
House, Park Plaieo taid Laurenis
street. Dr. 0. E. Jatiney nill officiate.
The active pallbearers nwil i, Ephraim Keyser, Charles iliarford Pond.
Charles H1. Webb, Hants Schuler.
Htenry A. Rotbin alid Chares Iit Walthier, all members of tiih faculty of
the Maryland Institute. The board
of directors of the itistitute wnill~ attend the funeral in a body as will abeU
/ - s 1
Tww ^-parro OT; [lEi 40[121Pti 1 1 h - -.] i - - " at
r hat.tagist tho'
IJDGE COMIMITTEE c eased wr~s a member. The -Mouici-'
CALLED TOGETHER pali ArV Commfision" and the Charcoal; fob- will aliso be rept-e.'utedl.
Goeno'Hat O~..... Burial will be in the Friends' CameNotices.to ExeCUWV'e
Pubi~cMeeting Pla 1 0/ 16/2 0 06 L I BRAF