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Chapter, and also in each one member of the National Society who can be commissioned as Chapter Regent, therefore, we hope to announce two more Chapters in next report.

There are two Chapters of young people, the Mary Lamphier, of Tacoma, and Thomas Tickering, of Seattle, who are studying the history of our patriots. Reports from the Regents are sent to the proper authorities in Washington, District of Columbia.

Mary Ball Chapter, in Tacoma, has contributed during the year past $138.00 to the War fund, and now has on hand $82.oo to be expended in the erection of a drinking fountain in our public park in memory of Mrs. Narcissa Whitman, who was the first teacher in our State and the only historic woman. She and her husband, Dr. Marcus Whitman, who was both physician and missionary, were massacred by the Indians at Walla Walla in 1847.

Since the organization of the Rainier Chapter in Seattle, it has contributed money to the following named objects: It influenced the school children to take up penny collections, which amounted to $50.00 for the Francis Scott Key monument fund. The Chapter added $15.00, which made the sum $65.00. To the Martha Washington fund, $5.00; to the Cuban Hospital fund, $5.00; to the Continental Hall fund, $10.00; to the United States Ship, “Olympia,” $5.00; to the Whitman Monument fund, $10.00.

At all the regular meetings of the Chapter members, the study of American history has been continued. At the social meetings the Sons have been invited, and the gain has been mutual. The December meeting of the Mary Ball Chapter, took the form of an English Christmas celebration, as described by Washington Irving. The peculiar trailing moss of the Coast lent itself very kindly to the mural adornment in connection with holly and ribbons red, white and blue, and par excellence “Old Glory.” The quaint costumes of the Sons and Daughters, representing the styles of the times that tried men's souls, fitted well with the scene in the hall where burned the Yule log, while stories were told and jollity held sway. The stately minuet was danced by eight chosen Sons and Daughters; then all partook of a repast where cake and wassail were bountifully dispensed.

Interest has been aroused and membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution has become valuable and desirable. Women from adjoining towns and villages have been received as members and thus our Chapters all enlarged and our influence extended. We are assured by the increasing interest manifested by the public in our Society that its formation was a wise and patriotic movement. We know that our greatgrandparents builded better than they knew, for they put here

"A church without a bishop,

A State without a king.”
Respectfully submitted,

MARTHA A. GRIGGS.

State Regent

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Headquarters, 902 F Street, Washington, D. C.

TAational Board of Management

1899.

President General.

MRS. DANIEL MANNING, 153 Washington Ave., Albany, N. Y., and “ The Arlington," Washington, D. C. Vice-President General in Charge of Organization of Chapters.

MRS. ELEANOR WASHINGTON HOWARD,
Virginia, and 902 F Street, Washington, D. C.
Vice-Presidents General.

For two years.
MRS. ELLEN M. COLTON,

MRS. GEORGE F. FULLER, San Francisco, Cal., and 1617 Connecticut

155 Carew Street, Springfield, Mass. Avenue, Washington, D. C. MRS. WILLIAM LINDSAY,

MRS. N. D. SPERRY, Frankfort, Ky., and “ The Cochran,"

466 Orange Street, New Haven, Conn., and Washington, D. C.

“The Buckingham," Washington, D. C. MRS. GEORGE M. STERNBERG,

MRS. ESTES G. RATHBONE, 1019 16th Street, Washington, D.C.

Ohio, and 27 Cuba Street, Havana, Cuba, MRS. CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS,

MRS. DANIEL NEWMAN, Indianapolis, Ind., and 1800 Massachusetts

1724 L Street, Lincoln, Neb. Avenue, Washington, D. C. Miss MARY ISABELLA FORSYTH,

MRS. CLEMENT A. GRISCOM,
Kingston, New York.

313 Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

For one year.
MISS ANNIE WHEELER,

MISS MARY BOYCE TEMPLE,
Wheeler, Ala., and “The Arlington,"

316 W. Cumberland Street, Knoxville, Washington, D. C.

Tenni MRS. WILLIAM P. FRYE, Lewiston, Maine, and "The Hamilton,"

MRS. CHARLES AVERETTE STAKELY, Washington, D. C.

1301 Yale Street, Washington, D. C. MRS. JULIUS C. BURROWS,

MRS. A. L. BARBER,
Michigan, and 1404 Massachusetts Avenue,
Washington, D. C.

Belmont,” Washington, D. C. MRS. FRANCIS S. NASH,

MRS. GREEN CLAY GOODLOE,
South Carolina, and 1225 15th Street,

Corner 23d and Q Streets, Washington, D.C.
Washington, D. C.
MRS. PERSON C. CHENEY,

MRS. WASHINGTON A. ROEBLING,
Manchester, New Hampshire.

191 State Street, Trenton, New Jersey.

Chaplain General.
MRS. BETTY MCGUIRE SMOOT,
111 Orinoco Street, Alexandria, Virginia.

Secretaries General. Recording Secretary General.

Corresponding Secretary General. MRS. ALBERT AKERS,

MRS. KATE KEARNEY HENRY, Nashville, Tenn., and 1122 Vermont Ave.,

902 F Street, and 614 22d Street, Washington, D. c.

Washington, D. C.

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State Regents.
Mrs. J. MORGAN Smith, South Highlands, Birmingham.

Alabama,
Alaska,
Arizona,
Arkansas,
California,
Colorado,
Connecticut,

Mrs. HELEN NORTON, 923 Scott Street, Little Rock.
Mrs. John F. SWIFT, 824 Valencia Street, San Francisco.
Mrs. W. F. SLOCUM, 24 College Place, Colorado Springs,
Mrs. S. T. KINNEY, 1162 Chapel Street, New Haven.

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Delaware,

Mrs. E. C. CHURCHMAN, Claymont.
District Columbia, Mrs. CHARLES H. ALDEN. 1740 R Street, Washington.
Florida,

Mrs. J. G. CHRISTOPHER, Riverside Ave., Jacksonville.
Georgia,

Mrs. ROBERT E. PARK, Macon.
Idaho,
Illinois,

Mrs. WILLIAM A. Talco'rt, 436 N. Main Street, Rockford. Indiana,

Mrs. E. A. ATKINS, 1312 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis. Indian Territory, Mrs. WALTER A. DUNCAN, Tahlequah, Cherokee Nation. Iowa,

. Mrs. CHARLES E. ARMSTRONG, 355 Fifth Ave., Clinton. Kansas, .

Mrs. ALBERT H. HORTON, Topeka. Kentucky,

Miss LUCRETIA CLAY, Lexington. Louisiana,

Mrs. BENJAMIN F. STORY, Saxonholme," Chalmette P. O. Maine,

Mrs. HELEN FRYE WHITE, 457 Main Street, Lewiston. Maryland, .

Mrs. J. PEMBROKE THOM, 828 Park Ave., Baltimore. Massachussets, Miss SARA W. DAGGETT, 116 Commonwealth Ave., Boston. Michigan,

Mrs. Wm. Firz-HUGH EDWARDS, 530 Woodward Ave., Detroit. Minnesota,

Mrs. ELL TORRANCE, 2446 Park Ave., Minneapolis. Mississippi, Mrs. Wm. H. SIMS, Birmingham, Ala., and Columbus, Miss. Missouri,

Mrs. GEORGE H. SHIELDS, 4426 Westminster Place, St. Louis. Montana,

Mrs. David G. BROWNE, Park Hotel, Great Falls.
Nebraska,

Mrs GEORGE C. Towle, 124 South 24th Street, Omaha.
New Hampshire, Mrs. JOSIAH CARPENTER, Manchester.
New Jersey,

Miss E. ELLEN BATCHELLER, Somerville.
New Mexico, Mrs. L. BRADFORD PRINCE, Palace Ave., Santa Fé.
New York,

Mrs. JAMES MEAD BELDEN, 618 W. Genesee St., Syracuse. North Carolina, Mrs. EDWARD DILWORTH LATTA,“ Dilworth,” Charlotte. North Dakota,

Mrs. S. A. LOUNSBURY, Fargo. Ohio,

Mrs. Moses M. GRANGER, 140 Muskingum Ave., Zanesville. Oklahoma,

Mrs. Cassius M. BARNES, Guthrie. Oregon,

Mrs. I. W. CARD, 380 32d Street, Portland. Pennsylvania, Mrs. THOMAS Roberts, “The Rittenhouse,” Philadelphia. Rhode Island, Mrs. GEORGE M. THORNTON, 103 Clay Street, Central Falls. South Carolina, Mrs. CLARK WARING, 1428 Laurel Street, Columbia. South Dakota, Mrs. ANDREW J. KELLAR. Hot Springs. Tennessee,

Mrs. JAMES S. PILCHER, Addison Ave., Nashville. Texas,

Mrs. SIDNEY T. FONTAINE, 1004 Market Street, Galveston. Utah,

Mrs. CLARENCE E. ALLEN, 234 ioth East St., Salt Lake City. Vermont,

Mrs. JESSE BURDETTE, Arlington. Virginia,

Mrs. Hugh NELSON PAGE, 212 Granby St., Norfolk. Washington, Mrs. CHAUNCEY W. GRIGGS, 401 N. Tacoma Ave., Tacoma. Wisconsin,

Mrs. JAMES S. PECK, 5 Waverly Place, Milwaukee. Wyoming,

Mrs. FRANCIS E. WARREN, Wyoming Ave., Washington, D. C.

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