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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. FKDDAY, APRIL 26. 1912.
Woodward & Lothrop
New York-WASHINGTON PmI.
The NewMen's Wear Shop
G Street Two Doocs East f lift
Dulin Si Martin Co,
Men's Night Shirts and Pajamas,
Samples andiSeconds of Night Shirts and Pajamas. This maker
Ins set a very high standard of excellence, and everything that he sells
at regular price must be strictly perfect The samples of this line are
only slightly mussed or soiled; the seconds have small defects, consisting
of oil spots, dropped threads in sewing, or a flaw in the fabric They
are all small and will not harm their service.
Xot No 1 Outing Flannel and Cotton
Mjht Shirts, soiled or mussed; sizes 15,
H 17. and JS.
39c each. Values, 50c and 65c
J&&. No- S-Ontlng Flannel and Cotton
Xlffat Shirts, plain and trimmed; soiled
or mussed; sizes 14 and 17.
55c each. Values, 75c and 85c
JA ?- S-Outlns Flannel and Cotton
Neht Shirts, plain and. trimmed: soiled;
sfces IS, 17. and 18. '
7?c each. Values, $1.00 and $1.25.
iiln flax F it.
Women's Summer Dresses,
, New Cotton Voile Dresses, in daintily striped designs of blue, tan,
pihk, and lavender; simply made, with large pointed collar; new models,
suitable for house and street wear; fasten in front ,
, Special price, $6.75 each.
1 French Linen Dresses, in all colors, finished with buttons and em
brjidered collars; a very dainty and attractive style.
1 , Special price, $10.75 each.
TfcH Eoor-O rt.
Women's Trimmed Hats.
' Large, Small, and Medium Hats, in every late spring style, col
orijig, and trimming effect; a varied range of shapes. These hats have
thqr prices lowered because they have lost a little of their newness from
display, but the gTeat reductions we have made doubly compensate for
inQsngnr. aepreciauon in intrinsic vaiue. in eariy ait oi ine models would
be Considered absolutely new if we did not inform you that they are not
! Regularly $800 and $10.00.
Srond flccr-Tenth c
WomerCs Undermuslins at 25c,
Later in the season every woman will need a plentiful supply of
intensive Undermuslins, and so this sale offers a fine opportunity
fort obtaining them at exactly half of the accustomed price for like qual
ities, inciuaca are uowns, anon
25c the garment.
High Vc and Low Neck Gowns, with
lcng or short sleeves, trimmed with fine
clustered tucks and narrow ruffles.
Ssort Skirts, trimmed with Valen
ciennes lace insertion and edge, or with
tucts and hemstitching; perfectly made.
Tferd Soor Geresta sU
Can Be Successfully
Redyed Near Original,
or Darker Shades.
Positively America's Great
est, Best and Most Complete
Cleaning and Dyeing "Works.
ALWAYS SAFEST AND
Cor. G and 12th Sts.lUV.
Telephone Main 2343
Automobile Delivery Service
Founders of Washington Branch of
Baptist Missionary Society At
The list session of the forty-first an
nual meeting of the Woman's Baptist
Foreign Missionary Society, held last
night In the adultoricm of Calvary Bap
tist Church, was resolved into a celebra
tion of the fortieth anniversary of the
organization in Washington.
On the platform were Mrs. J. E. Dex
ter, a charter member and the first pres
ident of the Washington Society, and'
Mrs. Mary Armes. another pioneer mem
ber. The celebration was opened with n
address' by the youngest missionary In
the Baptist Church, Miss Margaret
Could, who concluded Tjer talk by pre-j
seating a basket of flowers to the
women. Mrs. Lucy W. Feabody, of Bos
ton, presided and made an address.
The principal speaker wax Mrs. Helen
Barret Montgomery, of Rochester. N.T..
who tnoke on "Tbe Challenge of China
to the Christian Nations." Sirs. Mont-I
gentry's address-was extremely forceful, I
and she declared that the Orientals it ere
Lot No. Madras Pajamas, some
damaged, others faded; medium and
59c suit Values, $1.00 and, $2.00.
Lot No. S Madras and Outins Flannel
Pajamas, soiled or mussed; medium and
69c suit Values, $1,00 and $1.25.
Lot No. 6 Madras. Outing Flannel, and
Mercerized Cotton Pajamas, Terr attrac
tive patterns; medium and larce sizes.
Values, $1.50. $2 00, and $2.50.
arans, corset covers, ano ijrawers,
Regular value, 50c.
I Corset Covers In a great variety of new
now, more than ever, in -need of mis
Mrs. Clark, a returned missionary
from Assam, nas the final speaker, 6he
reviewed her worlt among the foreigners.
TWENTY1 WILL GBADUATE.
Callandet College to Bold Exercises
Next Wednesday Afernoon.
Tbe annual "Presentation Day" exer
cises of Qallaudet College will be lield
at Kendall Green next Wednesday otter.,
noon. Seventeen States aqd fn. are
represented in the graduation class this
year, which numbers twenty students.
They are, Olga Marie Anderson, North
Dakota, Tom Lewis Anderson, Texas;
William Henry Arras, dhlo; Vernon Ster
ling BIrck, New York; Ora, Harrison
Blanchard, Arkansas; Lmerne Stephen
Eyrne, Iowa; Annie Louise Dwlght, South
Carolina; Fetra Theodora P andrem, Min
nesota; Helena Froellch, Ohio; Harry
Gardner; Oregon; Alice Stuart Hammond,
Washington; Shelby Wynne Harris,
Mississippi, Virginia Anne -Haygood,
North Carolina; Mabel Jennie Jensen,
Colorado, Anna. Vaughan Johnson, Ne
braska: Leon Putnam Jones. Indiana
Wllllara Ferdinand Sehafer, Kansas;
Adolph Nicholas Struck, Kentucky;
nuoerc jjecs: west. 4owa, and Archibald
Wright, jr Canada.
A npw MftHA tMlfnfr mv .& m
only keeps the wax In the proper condi
tion, but It In nii1nn wttt, mJm r.w.
applying th right amount to the object
u m seaicu.
JJsBBsffr urn.. . i in
Mica Donna Easier, daughter of Mr.
ana Vi. Ralph M. Xasley, of Nec
rotic, will sine for Mrs. Taf t at a. small
gathering at the afternoon tea hour, on
Saturday at the 'White House.
The Austro-Huncarlan Ambassador and
Baroness Henglemuller were the guests
of honor ot the MUits Fatten at dinner
The Secretary of War and Mrs. 8 Uni
son entertained at dinner last evening
at their home in Sixteenth Street The
guests Included the French Ambassador
and Mme. Jusserand, the Brazilian Am
bassador, Senor da Qama, Senator dU
Pont, the Assistant Secretary of War and
Mrs. Oliver, the Chief of Staff of the
Army and Mrs, Wood, CoL and Mrs.
WILL GIVE ILLUSTRATED MONTICELLO TALK.
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MSS. MAETIN LITTLETON, ,
Wife of Representative Littleton ot Kir York.
Downey, Mrs. Letter, Miss Boardman,
Miss Buggies. Miss stlmson, aiaj. ie-
Laney, and Dr. Stlmson, father of tbe
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth en
tertained at dinner last evening
Mrs. Preston Gibson entertained at
luncheon yesterday at "The Manor,"
Handle Highlands. Her guests Included
the Viscountess d'Azy, Mrs. Joseph Let
ter, Miss Laura Merrlam, Mr de Bach,
ot the Russian Embassy, and Mr. Town
send. Mrs. William Crute, of Saltsvllle, Vs-,
arrived in Washington yesterday even
ing for a visit with her parents. Dr.
and Mrs. George Tully vaughan.
The Assistant Secretary of the Navy
and Mrs. Beekman WInthrop, who were
called to New Tork last week because
of the. death ot Mr. WInthrop s brother.
Mr. Robert WInthrop, hae retuned to
Washington, and will take no futher part
in the season s gayetles.
Capt Dondone, of the royal Italian
navy. Is spending a few days In Wash
ington, where he Is a guest at the
The French delegates to the Champlaln
celebration will be entertained at lunch
eon Sunday aboard the U. S. S. Dolphin,
and taken afterward to Mount Vernon.
Mrs. Stephen O. Richer entertained a
company at luncheon yesterday at her
home in I Street, when her guests were
Mrs. Lurton, wife ot Mr. Justice Lur
ton; Mrs. Rayner, wife ot Senator Ray
ner; Mrs. Greely, wife of Maj. Gen. A.
W. Greely, TJ. S A., retired: Mrs A. S.
Barker, wife of Rear Admiral Barker,
V. B N.; Mrs. Henry B. Brown, wife
of Mr. Justice Brown, retired, and Mrs.
Henry Cleveland Perkins.
Mrs. Janln wlU entertain at a luncheon
Among the guests at the Hotel Chal
f onte. In Atlantic City, are Mrs. Henry G
Schaefer. Miss Schaefer, Mrs. Mary Mc
Carthy, and Miss McCarthy, all -of
Mrs. Daniel Webster PrenUss win b
at home this afternoon at her residence,
1213 M Street.
Mrs UlUett-MIII and alias Umett-Hill
have closed their Washington residence
ana gone to tneir nome in Illinois, wnere
tney wui spend the summer "months.
Miss Lydla Lorlng, daughter ot Dr.
and Mrs. F. B. Lorlng, Is the gqest of
STOPPING IB at Stinemetz Company,
at Twelfth and F Streets, one after
. noon the latter nart of the week, T
ran into a whole bevy of girls evidently
from one of the girls' schools of Wash
ington. It took just a glance to see the real
Interest Panama hats. (These hats are
Imported by Stinemetz direct from the
weavers. They are the genuine white
Panama flexible and of finest weave.
The special selling price -of $3 is less than
tbe wholesale value when not lmnorted
direct from tbe maker.
They are dlsnlaved In all the latest
styles, from the snug-flttlng model to the
wide umbrella brim, so becoming to the
These Panamas are usually trimmed
with the new soft India silk Durbar
scarf, either Jn pompadour or plain col
ors, the scarfs being draped around the
crown, the mnge ends, when used on the
umbrella model, extending to the edge of
Th mniit Tvnntitar wi,i Trrm with tM
hat is the new blazer iack-t shown in
stripes and plain colors. These Jackets
; are being- featured from S up ytry
Mrs, Heave Merrttt ta New XeMc rer a
wees: or two, alter as eaten sojourn
in .Bermuda, sue will return to Wan.
lngtoa shortly. '
Mrs. John Sidney "web, with her moth.
er, Mrs. Hutchinson, and her two chil
dren, will leave Washington about May
id. for her cottage at East Hampton,
N. x., wner sna wnl speaa tne sum
mer. Jar. vtreon wui join on laroujr in
Mr. and .Mrs. Wade H. Kills have left
Washington ion a weears visit in their
former, home In Cincinnati.-'
Mrs. Biscoe wtfaof nr inspector
Blseoe, U. B. N, with Miss Emily Beat
ty and Miss Ullzabetn Keid Kogers, wm
go to MUiaaeipma to-oay to spend tne
week-end and to attend the large dance,
wnien Col ana Mrs. usrnett are giving
at tne mnaaeipnia navy zara on eat
Mrs. Clarence R. Edwards will return
to Washington in a tew days from New
Tork. where she went to see Gen. Ed
wards off for Europe Wednesday.
Rear Admiral John E. Plllsbury, U. &
N, and Mrs. Plllsbury will close their
residence in Q Street early In June and
go to Magnolia, on tne r.ortn Shore,
where they hae a cottage, ana will
spend the summer.
Mrs. Beatty, wife of the commandant
at tne Navy zara, is spnaing some time
Washington society will be well repre
sented at the performance of the Univer
sity of Virginia Glee Club at the Colum
bia Theater this afternoon at 4 JO o clock
for the benefit of the Confederate Me
mortal Home fund. Mrs. Duncan U.
Fletcher will entertain In her box the
out-of-town members "of her daughter"a
wedding party, Mrs. Littleton will In
elude In her party Mrs. Champ Clark.
Mrs. Slsyden will hae In her box the
Texas school girls In Washington, and
Mrs. Tbropp, Mrs. Dennis, Mrs. Marlon
Butler. Miss Virginia Miller, Represent
aUve H. D. Flood, and Mr. Walton Moore
will also entertain box parties.
Mrs. Littleton, wife of Representative
Littleton of New YorK will give an lllus
trated talk on Monticello, the home of
Jefferson, and a most Interesting pro
gramme has ben arranged by the uni
versity boj a. The famous Corner Quartet
will be on hand and tne occasion win do
one well worth while.
A bevy of young girls. Including Miss
Genet leve Clark. Miss Mary Macon. Miss
Edna Ellerbe. Miss Luclnda Pennebaker,
Miss Helen Townsend. Miss Anne Elliott
Pennebaker, Miss Kitty Tennant, Miss
Nannette Brundldge, Miss Grace Town
send. Mlsa Caroline Morton. Miss Helen
Griffith, Miss Hattie Bowie. Miss Inez
Ryan. Miss Louise Fatuson, Miss Men
Fletcher, Miss Anne Seymour Jones. Miss
Eunice James, Mrs. ieualrrea, ana miss
Nora, Pepper, will seU the souvenir pro
grammes, which have been prepared by
the programme committee, consisting of
Mrs. Littleton, Mrs. liowen-smitn, Presi
dent of the Dixie Chapter. TJ. D. C and
Mrs. M. Beverley Buchanan.
The patronesses for the occasion are
Mrs. Champ Clark. Mrs. Oscar Under
wood. Mrs. John Sharp Williams, Mrs.
Jefferson '.Randolph Kean, Mrs Ji Will
iams Henry, Mrs Alfred P. Thorn. Mrs.
Presley M. Rlxey, Mrs. Thropp, Mrs.
Dennis, Mrs. Duncan U. Fletcher, Mrs.
William A. Jones. Mrs. Claude A. Swan
son, Mrs. James L. Slayden. Mrs. George
M.. Sternburg, Mrs. J. B. Gregg CusUs,
Mrs. Arthur Lee, Mrs. W. W, Flnley,
Mrs. Lurton, Mrs. Matthew T. Scott. Mrs.
Edward Munford. Mrs. Ralph Cross John
son, Mrs. Samuel Spencer, Mrs. LIndsey
Morehead Mlsa Bersle Klbbey, Miss Vir
ginia Miller, Mrs. Charles Carter, Mrs.
James Davenport. Mrs. Martin Littleton,
Mrs. Ben Johnson. Mrs. Bankhead. Mrs.
OHIe James, and Mrs.. Henry D. Clayton.
BAND CONCERT TO-DAY.
Br United BUtes ScldlcO Em Band.
John a, SI itfrnTnenrunn. Director, at 330
o docs, rncnunme:
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Orertara, "httmco"... .............. erbU
(M TimrtitntlW ...... .,......,HrrbeH
Sdertlno. "Tie Merry Widow"-.. 'Ubit
IUt oddity, Bed rtvsrn...........laln
KxcrrpU (rem "BrUbt Em" ...,Hnwm
"Ike Star Epufled BsBaer."
Friday Our Bargain Day
Shaving prices every Friday doubles the sales of other das
your profit and our gain is no less thanjf the sales were less and
the prohts more.
1C. for EOo French
.uJJU "Quyot" Sus
penders; all lengths.
OCg, tor Soo "Onyx"
OOC Bilk Hair-hose,
black or colors.
Air, for 50c Jean
aC and Kalnsook
Drawers, all sizes to
OQi. for U "Poros
OOC fcnif Union
Suits short sleeves,
' lSBBBBn rSBSBBBT JHA
AND TRUST COMPANY
NORTHWEST CORNER OF
FIFTEENTH AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
TOURISTS and TRAVELERS ABROAD
find that money in its most convenient form is
furnished by obtaining
iriwB Br.s.' Utters if Creiit and tht -Bilkers'
Call and consult our Foreign Exchange Dept.
SOCIETY TO GR&CE
HORSE SHOW BOXES
List of Holders Made TJp from Of
ficial Programme Looks like
That society folk will be numerously
present a the National Capital horse
show, which begins Wednesday, is
shown by tho list of boxholders as
made up from the official programme yes
terday. The central box. No. M. has
been reserved as heretofore for Presi
dent Taft and his family. The list in
cludes the following:
Officers of Fort Myer. officers of
Washington Barracks, Miss Katharine
Elklns, Secretary ot the Navy Meyer,
Victor Mather, of Philadelphia; Herbert
Wadsworth. George X. McLanahan, W.
I. Boardman. Secretary ot War Stlm
son, W. II. Dykman, Attorney General
WIckersham. Mrs. C. B. Wood, Mrs. C.
C. Glover, Mitchell Harrison, EldrMge
Jordan, Qeorge O. Totten. Jr , J. William
Henry, CoL R. M. Thompson. Edward
McLean (two boxes), T. T. Gaff, Maj
Henry T. AUen. Archibald Barkley,
Wayne, Pa.: Mrs. Harriet Wadsworth,
Joseph Lelter. Walter D. Denegre, Mrs.
W. Sinclair Bowen. Gen. James A. Bu
chanan, Senator George P. Wetmore,
Mrs. I. T. Mann, Gen Leonard Wood,
Horace Westcott. Admiral R. C. Clover,
Hugh Legare, Joseph E. Thropp. Sena
tor a Vf. Watson. H. I Pierce. Senator
Henry E. Llppltt Gen John A. John
ston. Mrs M. M. Evans. Montgomery
Blair. Mrs. Hendley Smith, Mrs. Cleve
land Perkins, F T Stotesbury. Mrs.
Walter Tuckerman, and Frank Walter.
The complete list ot Judges as assigned
to classes by Maj. Henry T. Allen.
chairman of the executive committee,
was announced yesterday as follows:
Heavy harness classes W. H. Moore.
New Tork, H. K. Bloodgood. Great
Barrlngton. Mass., and Howard Davison.
Stallions and roadsters R. A Fair-'
bairn. New Tork. and H. Rozler Du
lany, TJppervlllc, Va.
Saddle horses R. Lawrence Smith.
New Tork; I E. Waring, PlalnfleM N.
J. and J. R. Townsend. Goshen, N. T.
Chargers Col E. St J. Greble and
CoL D C Stanley. Washington.
Ponies Louis B. Halght. New Tork.
Polo ponies W. A. Hazard. New Tork.
Hunters-James W. Graves. Richmond.
Va.. and Antello Devereaux, Philadel
With an output ot X3.000.000 pounds In
dia led the world In the production ot
tea last year, Ceylon ranking second with
Confectioner & Caterer
510 9th Si. N. W.
One ofjoar Specialties:
Beautiful "Fleur de Urn Wed
dins Cake Boxes," initialed, tied
in white satin ribbon, and fllledt
-with finest iced cake.
Ice Creams. Ices, Sherbets.
Puddings, and Special Fancy
Cakes. Personal supervision, ef
ficient and prompt delivery serv
ice, no Drancn stores.
PHONE MAIN 1032
"The Best Dry-clesnlng Plant In the
City." A Home Industry.
W. H. FISHER
Careful and finished work In
cleaning and dyelntr of Ladles' Suits,
Gowns Gloves, and Laces.
The most expensive material can
be. intrusted to us.
71! Mi Streti R. W.
Best Work. Moderate Prices.
"Phone Main 1152. No other
rn- for genuine
gauza lisle: shirts
short sleeves, draw
O for box contain'
w ltfg four () pair
-Knotalr" Silk Hose;
black and colors.
21 X( r "Fault
?1.3U jef- Bhlrts.
with new "ek-gard"
better than most
erL for Swiss rib
J"C bed Athletic
Shirts to pull over
G,and Eleventh Sts.
WEDDING AT F0BT TOTTEN.
Catherine Alvorod la Bride ot
Reginald Itntlierlord, of Capital.
New Tork. April H Fort Totten. Wll
letts Point. Long Island, had a strictly
military wedding at S o'clock thlseven
ing. Catherine Alvorod, daughter of
Lieut. CoL Benjamin Alvorod, adjutant
general ot the Department of the East,
at Fort Totten, married Reginald Ruth
erford, a broker of Washington, D. C
and son of the late Gen. Allan Ruther
ford, of Washington.
Chaplain C P. Newsom performed the
ceremony in the post chapeL Mrs. Henry
C. Fuller, of Washington, was matron of
honor. The bridesmaids were Alice
Berry and the bride's sister. Margaret.
The bridegroom's brother Allan was best
man, while four passed midshipmen
acted as ushers. The couple left to
night for their honeymoon.
Diplomatic Bill Adopted.
The House yesterday agreed to the con
ference report on the diplomatic and con
cular appropriation bllL The Senate had
previously accepted the report. Tho bill,
as finally agreed upon, appropriates C
HS,W7fl. New Store. Cor. 15th and H.
STEAMER orders ex
ecuted by our New
Y.ork stores at
Effective decorating for
weddings and all other oc
casions. 'Phone Main 158
or 3997 fpr estimates.
J. H. Small &Sons
18th aad n 14th and G.
W aldorf-Astori 1183 Broadway.
MAY 1, 2, 3, 4,
2 P. M. Each Day.
Reserved Seats, $1.
A LECTURE ON
Br W. D. MeCraekan. ST. A C. S. B.
Member at the Christian Selearr Board
of Xeetnrrshlp ot the Ftrst Cfanreh. or
Chrtrt. Scientist, ta Boston, Hasa, at
Stithy JHlsaosa, Ajfil 21
AT 3i30 O'CLOCIC
ADJCfifllON FREE. AT.T. JYELCOME.
' a Lifetira.
And the Eddy is not only
a durable and economical re
frigerator for the family; Us
use is a valuable safeguard
The Eddy is as easily
cleaned and kept iti a sweet
and sanitary condition as. any
other Refrigerator made.
By the Eddy system the ice
melts just fast enough to ob
tain the full benefit of every
particle of cold that is in it
Nothing is wasted.
cSpadtr 45 lbs. 60 lbs. 85 lbs.
Price.... $15.40 $19.50 $22.90
Capacity- 100 lbs. 125 lbs.
priea.... $27.75 $33.38
Dulin &Martin Co.
Pottery, Foreelala, China, Glass,
1215 F St and 1214-18 0 Et
FOLPS THEATER, formerly CHASE'S.
MflTWEE EUSIDr EHT
w rnr MnNmy
HU. SEATS 23
Two ctrioad of freefal mxatrf,
3 Fcopl ta ti Cut.
lUtin rrery flay ererpt Monday, 254,
EtcsItja 3. SB, ud T5t
BeaoUfQ pkotcCTph for crrrr USj mnrj
Wednesday and T&iinday isstis
NEXT WEEK,-THE WTTCHINO BOOR"
" .tWI Eacc
tma "SREEH STICKIISS
S Sarah Bernhardt
The Bi2 OPEIIRI EILL ef
.,,, Yuderille Rl Wet. Kb
iu.lu cheipisb. Only Cheap Price:.
UKE in SL OCir
JV THE 3PE"DTHi,T.
Belaaeo Theater, BecloBlasT Taesday
Pd' XUSit. Tfc 50c. tcA Se. W5. mxA
Sit. iUt. ALL BEATS. 3a
ert wi "Bcicm She Lend H!a So."
IMPERIAL, Zl E
. Mil 4 Q
3 OTHER BIG ACTS
Become a Regular
11 A U ConiinuoHi 11 D U
I I AillliPirfanaaneni I 1ITI1
CASINO 7th & F Sts.
GET WTISE AVD SEE
6 rtEGUI.lR FEATPIIES S.
GET HEHE EA111.V.
Wrestling Friday Night, April 26
JOE TURNER. World j MlddldiM Ounzlae.
WALT EVANS, MldiCe-wtlit. Flnlsli mitdu
NEXT WEEK . . . . "JEBSET HUES-
GVTE OPEX AT 3 P. 31.
The Esthetic Sense in Birds
HEW MAS9SIC TEMPLE
Totssay AfttrMea, April 31, at 4:45
Tickets at T. Arthur Smith's. ISSi" S
Street (Sanders S. gtayman's).
SETON ? Boy Scouts
ChW Somt. In THE XXICCCTL nUK."
Nalimlllt. It Tbe Amde lllk Fik Rati
.tr.it.ciA. SATIRlAYp 27th might;
set T. A. Bmlti-s.