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THE WASHIHQTOS HEEAIB; STTHDAY, KASCE 26, 1911.
Con tinned trom Faee Two.
Senator Smith is Jn Michigan during the
Interim between the two sessions of Con
gress. , rs. Smith entertained at lunch
eon in honor of her house guest on Wed
nesday and had a company of young peo
ple to meet her. On Thursday morning
William Alden Smith, jr., arrived from
St. Mark's School, in Southboro, Mass.
He brought with him a schoolmate. Far
well Winston, grandson of the late Sena
tor Farwell, of Illinois. He will spend
the vacation with the Smith. Young Mr.
Smith will have another guest over the
week-end. Alfred Hot, of New York,
another school chum, who arrived jes
terdaj To-day Mrs. Smith will entertain
at a little dinner party of young people
and have in addition to her house party
Mi"; Marie McRae, of Detroit; Miss
Lucy Hawk, of Battle Creek, and Miss
Violet Thayer, of Southboro, Mass,
daughter of the head master of St.
Mark's School, who is the guest of her
uncle and aunt. Rev and Mrs Roland
Mr and Mrs Gibson are sailing next
month for a summer visit in Europe.
They will, of course, spend some time In
England, probabli with Mrs. Gibson's
uncle and aunt. Sir John and LAdy Har
rington, in London, during the coronation
festivities They will take their Inter
esting and beautiful oung son with
Alixs GIads McMillan, of Detroit, who
has spent the winter with her grand
mother, Mrs James McMillan, here,
-ai ed for Europe last week with Baron
ess on Ketteler. formerl Miss Iedyard.
of Detroit, who had aIo been a guet of
Mrs McMillan M!s McMillan will isit
the baronets in her home in Germanj
and will visit her aunt, Lad Harrington,
m Knlaml She will, however, return to
tin-, countrv for the summer
Sonet v is deeply grieved at the trans
fer of Lieut Charles Russell Train. I"
S X , wlio has commanded the Prtsident s
yacht, the Slph, for two seasons, to Bos
ton prev ious to taking command of the
Walkc. when it is placed in commission
Lieut and Mr Train have been factors
in the social affairs of the young people
in Washington for two ears. and will
be greatlj missrd Mr- Train was for
mcrl a great belle. S5 Hrr --ihbert
Brown, one of the most p ir girls of -resident
circles She ami Lieut n
and their interesting infant daughter have
bien with her parents. Mr. and Mrs
George Brown during the two seasons,
and were at Beverly Farms during the
Miss Katharine Gddv
burg, is the guest of
Mr and Mrs ,pffr Montague and Mr
Ludlow Montague, of Richmond are the
guests of Mrs William S Green in North
Mits Roberta Stuart left on Wednes
oav for Kingston Bermuda, where ne
will be the guest of Mrs Charles U
Mrs Percy Lvan. of Warrenton. who
has been spending the past few months
with her mother, is now visiting in
Miss Blanch Stansburv is the guest of
Miss Susie ates in Fredericksburg
Miss Mary Snow den nas retv aed from
a short visit to Baltimore
Mrs Alexander hands and her little
son. Master Alexander Sands., jr. of
Richmond, are the guests of Mrs Sands'
brother. Judge J K M Xorton, in Prince
Mrs Edgar Carptnter returned on
W ednesdav from a visit to her p irent.
Mr and Mrs William 1 rvhur Xottmg-
ham, in Eastville, Va
Miss Josephine XalLs ln- returned home
after vis-ting friends in Culpeper
Miss Frankie Taut of Culpeper who
has been visiting Mrs W ll'iam N Smith
in Rosemont, has returned home
Mis Sibv 1 moot ,s visiting in New
"i ork Citv where she is the guest of
Miss I'errv Bell Hall
("apt and Mrs J Dv is of Altoona,
1 l are visiting friends in this citv
Mr Lawrence Leadbeater. who has
hen the guest f his mother. Mrs Ed-j
warrl lidt lUr has rc"urned to his
home m Birmmgha-n W-
Mi s Carrie Webb and Miss Catherine
A el b of Baltimore or" visiting their
cunt Mr W iiliam D Sn cot, in Prince
Miss Ldith Snowden tins returned from
i v isi to her uncle and aunt. Dr and
Mr Wallis, on Seminar Hill
Mrs Kate Cooper, of Washington, is
th guest of Mr iH'.tti V hmith in
Ml"! Christina Kemper and Miss M irv
Wright, of 'Stuirt Hill are spending
thr week-end with Miss Kemper s par
ents. Mr and Mrs Edward H Kcmptr.
Mrs Chirhs j; W ooniert and her sis
ters. Miss Elbe Clapdo-e and Miss Eva
C'apdore and Miss Llfida Payne were
among the Alexandriins who were pres
ent .at the Fort Mjer horse show on
Mr and Mrs Nelson Guthrie, of Bal
timore spent th last week-end with
Mrs Guthrie s mother Mrs Adolphus
Mrs William Brvant. formerlv of this
citv. but now of Baltimore, with her lit
tle daughter will sail fiom New York
. r Wednesd iv for Europe, where she
Will spond sP oral months
Mrs Thomas l.eedbe.iter has returned
from a months visit to her d-jghter.
Mrs James I) GiKon. in Wcllsburg. W"
Miss Lillie B Saunders of Warrcnton.
and Mrs Lillian Jackson Hasson, of
Hyattsville, Md . were- the guests of
relatives in Rosemont during the week.
Mr Joseph Ixiwenback left on last
Monday for a two weeks' visit to Cin
Mrs Edgar Embrev. of Washington,
and Mrs Reginald NorfWt. formerlv of
Chicago, but now of New York Citj.
were the guests of Mr nnd Mrs Alex
ander Sutcr in Rosemont during the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson, of San
Antonio, Tex. were the week-end guests
of Mrs. Jackson's aunt, Mrs Julia Coch
ran, in King street
Miss Agnes Sorel, of Griffin. N C, and
Mrs. J M. Ramer. of Marshall. Va., arc
the guests of their cousin, Mrs. John W.
Foster, in Prince street.
Miss Anne Harris, who has been the
guest of Miss Georgle French, returned
on Monday to her homo In Birmingham.
Ecv. Robert K. Masisl, V. D, of the
Theological Seminary, spent a few days
of the past week in RIcnmond.
lira. Frank G. Davidson, of "Washing
ton, "spent a few days of the past week
"with hen daughter, MrsjAlcxander Suter.
Mrs. WJlllam N. Smith entertained at a
dinner on Tuesday In noror of her house
.mieat, Mrs. Kate Cooper, of Washington.
JThose present were Miss Cora, Smoot,
COMES BACK TO CITY.
MMB. EMM.TEI. HAVBMTII,
Formerly Mis Helen Ffoulke. vile of the TuncljJ
afJUllltfU XWlfclXU .lllil.cr (U U1C LlllltU niM7
Miss Lulu Smoot. Miss Cora Cochran,
and Miss Dusv Thompson, of Culpeper.
Miss Beall D-iingerfield is spending the
week-end with friends in Baltimore
Rev Josiah Ellis, of Inland Ford. Va .
sa the guest of friends ir this cit dur
ing the week
Belle Owens, who has heen the
guest of Mrs M C C rev ton in Rose
mont, has returned to he- home in War
The marriage of Mis Nannie Marshall
Mason and Dr H.arvev P B irrett, of
Louisville. Kv . will ' ik. place at the
residence of the bride s uncle. Judge J
K M Norton, on W ednesdav April 19
No invitations will be issued
Among the Alex indrians present at the , on. Mr Dallas Tucker. Mr Albert Hough
marrngo of Mjss Martha Storm of ton. Mr Joseph Oliver. Mr William
Philadelphia, to Mr lonih Bernheimer. j Hudson. Mr Samuel Thrift. Mr Raymond
of this citv. on Wednesday evening.
March !.", were Mrs Julius Wolf, Miss
Carrie Bernheimer. Mrs Albert Dreifus,
and Mrs R H Cnx
Miss Charlotte Bryan, of Philadelphia,
was the house guest of Miss Alice Craw
ford on Seminarj Hill durng the week
Mr and Mrs. Charles B Willis returned
on Wednesday to their home on Semi
nary Hill from a trip in the fcouth
Announcement is made of the engage
ment of Miss Marv VJbv Washington,
daughter of Col and Mr- John M Wash
ington, of Fauquier '"ounlv to Mr
George S Clay, of Plamneld. X J The
WfUding will take pla a. the home of
Miss Wahin,rton s sister, Mrs Charles
i. Piper, of Atlanta. Ga.. en April 10
ur ana jjrs Julius Wolf will be at
borne to their friends on Sund ly evening,
'March ZK from 7 to 10 o dock, in honor
of Mr and Mrs Jonah Bernheimer. who
were recentlv m irr.cd in Philadelphi i
The Lenten Miakespei e Club met on
Thursdav morning at 'he home of Miss
Alice Anderton in Briddock Heights
nvc Present were miss . -arence anow-
den Miss Marv Snow den. Miss Jean
Brent. Miss Belli Damgertield. Miss
Pauline Nicol Miss Julia Nicol, and Miss
Mrs Cuthbert, of Canada, is the guest
of Miss Louise Grav at her home in
Main street Mrs Cuthbert was for
nvrl Miss Charlotte Nvc, daughter of
Grn Nve, at one time a resident of this
Miss Margaret Hall, of West River,
is the guest of her aunt. Mrs Mary
Mi's Kathrjn Gambill. of Hyattsville.
was the guest of the Mistes Berry for
Mr Elmer Duvall. of Baltimore, was
I th- guest of his father during the week
1 Mrs Jav Howell, of Washington, was
the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary
Brehme, on Sundav. '
The Misses Mattingly visited in Balti
more during the past week
Mrs Fritz Henoncks, of Riverdale,
w is the guest during the week of Mrs.
The Reading Club of laurel met at the
residence of Mrs J Hunt, Prince George
street. Wednesday afternoon After the
reading refreshments were served
Mrs. Charles H Stanle and Miss Mar
garet Stanlev were visitors to Washing
ton during the week
Mrs Jack Crommillcr has returned
fiom a visit to relatives in Baltimore.
Miss Parlette, of Howard county, is
visiting Mrs Hester Cole In Montgomery
"Circumstantial 'Evidence" was the
title of a plaj produced Friday evening
in Hitchcock Hall, at the Government
Hospital for tho Insane, by an amateur
company selected from among the mem
bers of the ttaff of the institution The
plav was well presented and proved that
local talent could produce good enter
tainments Those in h" cast included
A E Offutt, Sherman T. Redman, W. W.
Almon. Frank Blinn, R F Burgess. J.
J. Loghran, Dr. Alfred Glascock. Paul
E. Bowers. Bernard Glucck, C. R. Irby,
H. M. Groves. Joseph M. Crowell. R. V.
Robinson, and Miss Jane H. Ross. The
entertainment was given under the direc
tion of Dr. Alfred Glascock, of the staff.
Tho Ladles Aid Society of the Anacos
tla Methodist Episcopal Church has
named the following officers for the com
ing year: Mrs. Leila Watson, president;
Mrs. Marshall, vice president; Mrs. Sam
uel R. Campbell, secretary, , and Mrs.
Bertha Haines, treasurer.
Walter Fowler has ben elected presi
dent of the Boys' Club of the Congress
Heights Methodist Episcopal Church;
Thad Duvall. ilco president; Ray Stew
art, secretary: Frank Pearson, treasurer;
Donald Davis, sergeant-at-arms, and
Haswell Magruder, Walter Ballard, and
Lloyd Wlnetnan, managers.
The grocery store of Isaac B. Ray, at
Ofe Nichols avenue, Anacostla.'was dam
aged by fire on Friday night to the ex
tent of JLMO. The stock In the .store, -was
almost completely damaged, and traffic
along Nichols avenue was suspended dur
ing the Are. The cause cf the biaze wan
an .overheated stove. Another fire oc
curred yesterday In Hungerford 8 woods,
at Congress Heights, which necessitated
the calling out of tho Are companies of
Tbe Men's Club of Christ Church and
their friends were entertained Tuesday
evening at Potomac Savings Bank HalL
Hon. Herbert Knox Smith gave a short
talk which was followed by a sosinl
hour. There were present Mr. George
King, president of the club. Mrs. King,
Rev. and Mrs. James Blake, Miss Blnke.
Miss Nannie Knowles. Miss Ida Magrud
er. Dr. and Mrs Bennett, Mr. and Mrs.
Dorsey, Mrs Matthews. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Cheny.
Mr. Gordon. Capt. and Mrs. Kreidler,
Mr. Munson. Mr. Harper. Mr. Thompson,
and Dr. Green Woodville
Miss Ethel Smith, of Georgetown, and
Mrs. J. Wimam May, of Alexandria, left
Friday on an automobile trip to Balti
more where they joined a house rarty
for the week end
The Thursday evening Literary Club of
Madison Hall met as usual last week.
The war in Mexico was the current topic
The Misses Darcey -ntertamed the
choir of Dumbarton Avenue Church Mon
day evening After music and a number
of games refreshments were servea
Mr and Mrs MeReynold leav- Tuesday
fo- a Southern trip During their absence
Mrs Stabler, mother of Mrs. McReynolds,
will reside in R street with her grand
children The Evermay Club, which has alwa
held Its meetings at tho home of Mrs.
William Orrae. is to be ent-rtalned
next Tuesday evening by Mrs. Byrnes In
Mrs Douglas Simms is in New York
where she went to chaperon two cousins
. who sailed Saturday for Italy where
I thev are to join Mrs George Dunlop's
partv Mrs Dunlop and the Misses
Crampton have spent the winter in Egypt
and will visit different European countries
during the summer
M'ss Hirshinger. of North Carolina, is
the guest of Col and Mrs Garrard at
The Chorus Choir of Dumbarton Avenue
Cnurch is to sing Friday evening at one
of the meetings of the conference to be
held at Douglas Memorial Church Tbe
choir under the direction of Mr. Wn'iara
T Glover is composed of Mli-s Bessie
Birch. Mrs John Waters. Miss Leila
Boglej Miss Virginia Houghton. Miss
Nellie Sebastian. Miss Annie Brown. Miss
Lilie Wade, Miss Mollie Wade. .Miss
Maude Allen. Miss Marian Dr. Mits
Mabel Darcej. Miss Louise Darcc, Mrs
Iewis Jackson. Mrs C L Pate. M-s.
Calvrr. .Mrs Albert Houghton, llhs Kate
Alderman. Miss Laura Wade. Miss Clara
Der Miss Ella Allen. Mr. Isaac Birch.
Mr. Robert Beckham, Mr. William Adre-
Moore, Mr Wesley Lamhart. Mr Rus-ell
Stevens, Mr Walter Boglcy. and Mr.
Charles W adc Mrs Birch tho organist
at Dumbarton Avenue Church will ac
company the choir.
Invitations a-e out for a dance April 1
at the Dumbarton Club. The host of
the occasion is Mr. Frank Allen.
Mrs. Blake returned from Atlantic City
Rev D A Ennis and Rev. W A. Har
den who are in town this week to attend
the Methodist Conference will be tne
guests of Mr and Mrs Isaac Birch
Miss Katherine Winiston is spending
the week end at Madison Hall She re
turns to-morrow to Baltimore where she
is spending a couple years at the Con
servatory of Music preparatory to stud
Mrs Llojd Smoot has as her house
guest her mother. Mrs Williamson, of
Col and Mr- Garrard entertained at
dinner Frldav evening Their guests
W"-e Capt and Mrs Austin and Lieut,
and Mrs Tate
The Western Presbjtenan Church is
preparing for a Rummage Sale April fl.
7 ami v Mr' W iiliam Lectch. president
of the Woman's Guild, has appointed a
committee who have the matter in
eh irgf Mrs McXcal. the chairman, is
assisted b Mrs Marshall Mrs Bronson.
Mrs. Fre. Mrs Swindells. Mrs Sayles.
of Cleveland. Park. Mrs Freeman, and
Mrs Bacon is spending the week end at
Mrs Stevenson has returned from Win
chester Mrs -Inhn Wnnd m f-no tn vtwlf mv
j sister who is ill
Inmates of the Home for Incurable were
delightfully entertained Friday evening by
the Mount Pleasant Congregational Chap
ter of the Christian Endeavor The plav,
"The Deestrict Skuic ' was a great suc
cess The members of the cast were
Mr. Harry Dublin. Mr. Charles Caster
Iine. Mr. Chandlee Pigeon. Miss Cath
erine Cleveland, Miss Frankie Clements.
Mrs Casterllne, Miss Cady Davis, Miss
Florence Simpson. Miss Harriet Harding.
Miss Edna Hannej. Miss Katlicrino Ap
pier. Miss Katherine Heron. Miss Ruth
McGown, Miss Ethel Clark. Mrs.
Thomas, Miss Jessie Arms. Miss Edith
Scudder. Mr. Benson Thomas, Mr. Fred
Rand. Mr. Russell Lynch, Mr. Charlie
Morgan. Mr Arthur de Reimer. Mr.
Bruce Cleveland, Mr. Howard Green
wold, Mr?. Rand, and Mr. Roy T. Carty.
Besides the play the orchestra gave sev
eral musical selections There were solos
by Mr. Roy Carty. Miss Harriet Harding,
and Mr. Arthur dc Reimer. and recita
tions by Mr. Bruce Clev eland, Mr. Chand
lee Pigeon, Mr. Benson Thomas, Mr.
Howard Green wold, and Mr. Charlie
At the Motet Choir concert given last
Wednesday at Memorial Continental Hall,
those from Georgetown who sang wens
Miss Bessie Birch. Miss Netta Craig.
Miss Styer, and Mr. John Waters.
The Bishop of Washington conducted
services last week at tho quiet day of
prajer at St. Johns Church. The ladles
of the auxiliary served luncheon In the
parish house Mrs. Simpson and Mrs.
Taj lor directed the luncheon and had
with them Mrs. Frank Leetch. Mrs. Bar
ren. Mrs. Offutt, Mrs. Ballentyne, and
Mrs. Bacon will entertain at cards
Mrs. Height leaves Thursday for Bos
ton. Admiral and Mrs. Blecker were in
Washington for a day on their way from
the South to New York from which point
they sailed Saturday for Europe.
Fort Myer .entertained with the iiiuul
Saturday night hop last evening.
Miss Leila Bogley gave a "masquerade
dance" at her home Friday " evening.
The spacious rooms were simply but very
prettily decorated. Mrs. J. William Bog
ley received her daughter's 'rlend who
were the Misses Mabelee Mlchener. Mar.
Jorie Buckingham, Helen Appier. Ruth
Abbott, Kate Alderman, Virginia Jlomrh
ton. Bessie Birch, Frances Skinner, Irene
Rice. Helena Griffin, Ethel Dulin. and
Romona Crampton; Messrs. Raymond
Moore, William Mlchener, George- Tal
bert. Johh,, Jones. jFrank Seller. Archie
Haycock, James DuluV&obia Bell, Frau
ds Moore, Cart Crampton, Howard
Roberts. Wallace Stoever. J. William
Bogley, and Walter Bogley. Miss Bogley
wore a Gretchen costume 'of red skirt,
white waist, black velvet girdl. whito
stockings, and black slippers golden hair
falling in curls to the waist completed
the disguise. Miss Bessie Eggleston,
house guest of Miss Bogley wore a dafnty
colonial costume of pink aind white.
Mrs. Samuel Drury gave a card party
Mrs. GIddlnga entertained at cards
There were two public lectures at the
Chevy Chase Library last night. One
was by Mr. Glen Brown, secretary of
the American Institute of Architects.
His subject was "The Development or
Washington City." The second lecture
was by Mr. David Falrchlld, president
of the People's Garden Association, on
the "Growing of flowering shrubs and
plants around the homes and their effect
on the beauty of the city."
The Chevy Chaso Music Club met last
Wednesday evening at the home of Miss
Lillian Lewis, of West Melrose street.
The musical subject for the evening was
read by Mrs Clarence E. Dawson and
Mr. John L Weaver, which was the
"French Composers." Tho soloists were:
Mrs. Ralph P. Barnard, Mrs. Otis D.
Swett, Miss IJUIan Lewis, Mr. Eugene
E Stevens, Mrs. Berkley Davis, Mrs.
Mueller, Miss Harriet Weaver, Dr. Will
iam Hamilton, Mr. John L Weaver, and
Sir. Barnes. Among those present be
sides the participants on the programme
were: Mr. and Mrs Edward M. Mix.
who were guests of honor. Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence E. Dawson, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene E. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Otis
D. Swett. Dr and Mrs. Samuel M. Mcl
lott, Mrs. John L. Rldgway, Mrs. J. C.
Ord. Mrs. George W. Spier, Mrs. Wain
right, Mrs. Ida Lewis Towers, and Mrs.
The Ladies' Reading Class met for the
last time this season the past week, at
the home of Mrs. Samuel Scovllle
Paschal, of est Lenox street.
Mr. . and Mrs M. Barry Hopper are
pleasantly situated In their new home in
Mr. and Mrs. A. Varela are receiving
congratulations upon the birth of a son.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Slater Davidson have
moved Into their new house on Keokuk
street. Chevy Chase Heights.
Sir. and Sirs Alfred T. Gage have
taken possession of their new house in
Legation street, Chevy Chase Heights.
Mrs John Wilber Latham. Jr , who
before her marriage was Miss Ruth
Anderson, of La Cross, Wis , besides be-
ing considered one of tho most beautiful
women in tho West, is noted for her
charming voice She had a great man)
tempting and nattering offers to go upon
the stage before her recent marriage
The most interesting visitors in Chevy
Chase at present are Mr and Sirs Liang
Tun Yen and their three children Sir
Liang, who Is the ex-minister of foreign
affairs in China, and who with Sirs,
Liang and their family will visit all
places of Interest in the Vnlted States.
expect to visit France, Germany, and
Spain beforo returning to their natlv
land Sllss Chou and Sir. Tong, who ire
also members of their household, and
who speak faultless English, will ac-
company them .
The interesting children of Sir. and
Sirs. William Hltr. of East lenox street,
who have been sick, are very much bet -
Sir. Turton and Sir. Rogers have each
purch-ised a lot in Keokuk street. Chevv
Dr. John Lewis, of West Chevy Chase
and Bethesda. was the invited dinner
guest the past week of Dr Williams,
who has been entertaining Dr Slavo, one
of the celebrated Western surgeons
Mr. and Sirs. Weatherwax are house
guests of the latter's mother and father.
Sir and Sirs William Law, of Irving
Sir and Sirs George S Reese, of East
Chevj Chase and Pinehurst. who have
been spending the winter in the South
and on the Pacific Coast, have returned
to Washington and taken an apartment
at the Ontario until the lt of Ma,
when thej will open their houe in Chevy
Sir Kenneth W. Cuglc and Sli-s Olive
Eliosc Cugle. who, with their aunt, Sllss
Kate Dean Owen, sailed some time ago
for the West Indies, have returned to
their home In Chevy Chase after a very
Sir E Elker. who has b"en quite ill
all winter, is convalescing
Mr. and Sirs. SI Barry Hopper, of Con
necticut avenu have as their house
guest Sliss Bessie Johnson
Mrv William I Slacticr, of Con
necticut avenue and West Bradley lane,
is convalescent from an attack of la
Dr. and Sirs William Pcttys will open
up their bungalow in West Br.iulcj lane
the 1st of April
Sir. and Sirs B Ashby Lcavcll have
moved into their new home in East
Sirs Weatherwax was the soloist the
past week at the Chevy Chase Presbv
terian Church. She has a beautiful
voice which shows the effect of careful
Sir. Claudian B Northrop, of East
Lenox street, who has been down South,
has returned to his home.
Sirs. Titian W. Johnson, of Newlands
street. Is it) New York City v (siting some
Sir. Edward S Smith, of Chevy Chase,
Md., and Sliss Elizabeth C. Carter, of
Lecsburg. "Va . were married the past
week by the Rev. H. S. France.
Sir. and Mrs. John Harvey and family
have given up their apartment in the
city and moved back into their house
in Cedar lane. Chevy Chase, Md.
Sir John W. Latham, of West Brad
ley lane, who has been quite sick. Is
very much better.
Sirs. H. C. Taylor, widow of Rear
Admiral Tavlor. of Connecticut avenue
and East Bradley lane, is convalescent
from her recent Illness.
Sliss Roberta Kcr, who has been very
ill at the home of her mother and father.
Sir. and Mrs. William B. Kcr, of .East
Melrose street. Is very much better.
The children's dancing class met tho
past week at the Chevy Chase Library.
The Chevy Chase Euchre Club met last
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon E. Hodges. Among those pres
ent were: Mr. and Sirs. A. P. C. Grif
fin, Sir. and Sirs. George Langdon Whlt
ford. Sir. and Mrs. Clarence E. Dawson.
Sir. and Sirs. John L. Rldgway, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Prentiss, Mr. C. H. Verrill, Sir.
John L. Weaver, .Miss Heaton and Sliss
Sirs. Henry Mactler, of Connecticut
avenue and West Bradley lane, has as
her house guest Mrs. Gwyn, of Philadel
Mrs. H. H, Booth, of East Bradley
lane, has been called to San Antonio,
Tex., on account of the Illness of her
mother, Mrs. Trumball.
Representative and Mrs. Ollio M. James,
who scent the cast season In Chevy
Chase, and the latter-who had expected
to return to her home in Marion, Ky.,
has decided to remain In Washington
during the extra session of Congress, and
Is located at present at "The Donald-''
Mrs. William S. Corby, who has been
quite sick at her home. Is very mucH
The Washington Club gave a-dance at
the Chevy Chase Library the past week.'
Among those present were: Miss Geancve
Kinnear, if urn ouise,PeufterhVMla Net-
Welnvite Your Careful Inspection.
Henderson. Sliss Helen Gardener. Miss
Helen Winter, Sliss Evelyn Slalcolm,
SIis Effle Brook. Sllss Bertha Taylor,
Sliss SI Howard. Sllss Florino Walker.
Sir lister ScK Sir Leo May. Mr. El
bert 1-athrop. Sir Norman Brooke. Mr.
J. Sleis. Mr. T. Brunnell. Mr. E. Beak
loy. Sir A. Saum. Sir. Horace Winter,
JI-- F Brown, and Sir. G. Bradshaw.
Miss Harriet Weaver, of Brookvllle
road and Kirke street, has cards out
for a dance at tho Columbia Country
Sliss Ethel Brook was hostess at a
oird nartv at her home the nast week.
The prizes were won by Sliss Evelyn I
.Udldlim, ll LMUiat; .j:uii.n., unu .u.
i Elbert Lathrop.
Sirs. J C Roane, of Weston. W. Va..
is the house guest of Sirs William S
C' rby at her home in Chev y Chase
Sliss Fannie Sloore expects to give up
her house in Oxford street and move
into the city.
Sliss lxjuis-i Campbell, of Brookvllle
roid, who has been very ill all winter,
has entirely recovered
Sllss Alice SI Winlield. who has been
a resident of Chevy Chas-- for the past
fourteen years, has been sick at the
home of her nephew. Sir. Richard Lcg
Among the events of Interest during
the week was the marrngc Wednesday
afternoon of SINs Amelia Slay Gillis,
daughter of Sir and Mrs William E
Gillis of SIullinK. this county, and Sir.
Bradley J. Johnson, of the same locality,
which took place at the home of Rev. S.
R. White In Rockville, Dr White ofllci-1
Mr. George W Young, of Kcnllworth,
this county, has been appointed a student
Interpreter in the government service
and has been assigned to Turkey.
Among the out-of-the-county couples
married in Rockville recently were Sllss
Elsie May Devlne and Sir. Louis Aubrey
Slossburg, both of Washington, by Rev.
Samuel R. White, of the Baptist Church:
Sliss Slyrtle Louise Hughes, of Washing
ton, and Sir. Paul SL Slater, of Potomac
by Rev. Thomas J. Packard, rector of
Christ Episcopal Church, and Sllss Nora
Hawkins and Sir John Howard Rich
ardson, both of Washington, by Rev.
William D. Keene, pastor or tne soum
ern Slethodlst Church.
Sir. and Sirs. George W. Ashworth, of
Kensington, have been entertaining Sllss
M.irian Turner, of Baltimore.
Sirs. Samuel B. Hege, of this place, re
cently visited her mother. Sirs, fapessara.
at Greencastlc, Pa.
Sir. Walter Thompson, of the George
town post-office, who has been critically
HI of pneumonia at his home near kock
llle, is reported to be convalescent.
The young men of Gaithersburg. this
county will hold their annual Easter
ball in Slasonlc Hall. Gaithersburg, the
fvenlnc- of April 17. A large number ot
invitations will bo isued. and the affair
Tiromlses to be one of 'he most eiaDOraie
functions of the kind held In that locality
recently. Dr. Bates ticnison ia amir
man of the committee in charge of tho
SaltB Senator Blair Lee. of Silver
Spring, and Mr. SI. Donaldson Knight,
of this place, visited Baltimore during
Will Contract Thentcrn.
The ancient Greek theaters, contrasted
with the theaters and moving picture
shows of American cities," will be the
subject of Rev. John Reld Shannon to
night at Metropolitan Methodist Church,
In preaching the seventh sermon of the
series on "Spiritual lessons from our
travels amid Bible and Historic scenes in
Rome, Greece, and Egypt.
In n-rf.rln an old riilrocd bndse 't Tork. 1'a..
with ft new cooarta Btrdctnrc. the eoccrctu wj
tanaeA in hnss dabs on the srouad rtld lifted into 1
plus b? wrrddns crua. vUea jiwlmilj hid Uro I
F. Droop & Sons Co.
The reputation of This House for
Always Selling the Best of Every
thing Musical is Well Established.
The Droop Player-Piano Is a Mod
ern Instrument Well Built, Mus
ical, and Durable. It Will Last.
It contains the SAME PLAYER
ACTION Found in Some Other
Pianos for Which You Pay $100
to $200 More.
We guarantee the Piano.
We guarantee the Player Action.
It Uses Both 65 and 88 Note Rolls.
We Sell at One Price to Every
body. We Sell on Reasonable Terms.
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Our Trimmed Dress and Street Hats
Far surpass anj previous efforts. Wc have touched the
keynote of Hat stvle, the smartest exclusive shapes, not
ovcrtrimmed, but with just sufficient embellishment and
color to be termed "chic."
Ever)' woman in quest of a trimmed or untrimmed
Hat owes it to herself to see our Hats before buying, if
only to see what is what in millinery. We call particular
attention to the following special items, but you must see
to appreciate them, as printer's ink but poorly tells the
with Panama Top and Blue Chip Facing,
trimmed with uncurled feather bands; be
yond all question the very latest spring
Special Selection of 1911 Spring Hats,
trimmed in modish effects to please
$7.50 and $10
A VARIETY OF STRAWS
in all colors, and particularly charming, chic
effects for young ladies,
$5.00, $7.50, and $10.00
Formerly 617 Thirteenth Street N. W., Now
805 ELEVENTH STREET N. W.
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