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THE, WASHINGTON HERAXEL MONDAT. .APRIL 29. 1912.
Woodward & Eotlirop
NAVY BLUE FABRICS
For Tailored Costumes:
Serges and whipcords, and never -were women so enthusiastic over
the- adaptability, handsome and srjlish appearance and beautiful effect
of tailored costumes as they are of those fashipned of the-rich new
navy blue serges and whipcords. Every variation of weave, and all
desirable widths are shown in designs whose beauty cannot be esti
mated or imagined. '
36-inch Whipcord- Serge, yard ". , 60cT
48-inch Storm Serge, yard. .j $00
56-inch Whipcord Serge, yard , $1.75 .
46-inch Whipcord Serge, yard $1.25
54-inch French Wale Serge, yard. $1.-50
" 54-inch Whipcord Serge, ard..... -, ', $2 0)
44-inch Storm Serge, jard., r. 75c
52-inch Whipcord Serge, yard ' '$150
52-inch French "Wale, Serge yard. ......... . . $2 00
60-inch Cravenette Serge, jard $2 50
fceoond flow a BtiwC
Pure Flax Dress Linens
From Many Lands.
Weavers hae achieved great success thTs season in Dress Linens,
particularly in bringing out new coarse effects for the first time, which
have sprung into instant popularity
Mvms, ana een ior one-piece aresses. ine nne weaves are also well
represented in our vast collections of direct selection and importation.
Shown in white,
27-Inch Non-crushable Crash Suiting:.
In natural .and oyster white, a very
serviceable fabric, strictly pure linen.
45-Inch width, yard . OOc and 1.0O
"Old Bleach" White Linen, one of the
most beautiful linens woven; a delleht
ful soft, silky finish ot exquisite tex
ture 45 Inches wide, yard .JOe and f I
Second floor Uercsta Stmt.
Engraving of Perfect Form.
Perfect form and strict adherence to correctness are in our estima
tion absolute essentials to Engraed Stationery. We permit no work
to leave our establishment that cannot be measured by these standards.
The Stationery Department shows fabrics, tints, and sizes that will meet
cery individual preference.
Writing Paper and Envelopes at
Prices Not Easy to Duplicate.,, .,
Excellent Quality White Writing Paper and Envelopes, in kid
and plate finishes.
Paper, 25c lb. Envelopes, 10c pekg.
Blankets and Lace Curtains Cleaned.-
Before storing your blankets and lace curtains away for the sum
mer it is advisable and much to jour interest to have them thoroughly
cleaned in a modern and harmless way. We are especially well
equipped to take charge and execute in a beneficial and sanitary manner
cleaning of lace curtains, blankets, draperies, and also personal wearing
All blankets and lace curtains
siorcu vwuiuui uiargc. ine ucsi iaciuucs are anorueu ior greauy mini
mizing your cares along these lines. Prompt and skillful service at reas
Mils toot-V StrcH. .
Can Be Successfully
Kedyed 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.N.W.
Telephone Main 2343
Automobile Delivery Service.
W. D. CO.
COFFEE, 25c LB.
W. D. BREAKFAST ClfFEE. 2ti U,
The discriminating ccffea uier
will find an unusual flavor and
aroma seldom found except In the
WASRIRITW IJURY CI.
840- Louisiana Ave.
Telephone Main ESOS.
for women's suits and separate
natural, and colors.'
Hand-woven Dutch Linen, pure
white; 48 inches wide. Yard 73c and 83e
Fine White Linens, in effects suitable
for every purpose of dress and also tor
me maxinc or sneets ana pillowcases:
Js. 45. and 90 Inch widths.
Yard S0eo4 00
36-Inch Natural Colored Linen.
sard . ..33c to 50c
45-Inch Natural Colored Linen.
yard eoc to l.oo
intrusted to us for cleaning-will be
"The Best Dry-cleaning Plant In the
City." A Home Industry.
W. H. FISHER
Careful and finished work In
cleaning: and dyeing of Ladies' Salts.
Gowns. GIotcs. and Laces.
The most expensive "materials can
be Intrusted to us.
711 tit Strut . W. '
Best Work. I Moderate SWeea,
Phone Main 11SZ. No other
. v mm mn tt i i
Pastors Bitterly Assail Ha
s haism and Its Chief
"FALSE OB A FOOL"
Rev. Dr. James X. HV, Gray Declares
Abdufls Either Mentally De- '
ficient or Dishonest.
Rev. Dr. James M. 1L. Gray, pastor of
the Himltne M. E. Church. Ninth and R
Streets- Northwest, made & lgorous at
tack on Bahalsm and Its basic principles
In a sermonTaat night. The text of Dr.
Gray's sermon was "Abdul Baha and the
Forty Th!ees ." the comparison being, he
said. In the craftiness of AU Baba. who
took advantage of the householder s hos
pitality with the Intent to rob and kill
under the coer of darkness.
Not on)y did the pastor use this form
of attack, but he supplemented It with a
declaration that Abdul Baha. leader ot
the new cult, is mentally deficient or
mentally dishonest. In that he has been
preaching a doctrine during his vlsjt to
the United States wholly different from
the teachings of the Baha scriptures.
He also referred to Abdul as either false
or a fool, and declared that he Is Incom
petent to teach men.
Dr. Montgomery Speaks.
Bahalsm was alsj discussed by an
other pastor. Rev. Dr. Jamea S Mont
gomery, of the Metropolitan M.
Church, John Marshall Place, dwelling
at length upon the Inconsistency ot the
new relubn In a sermon last mgni.
Dr. Montgomery subscribed the large
following ot Abdul to the "popular ap
petite." which expresses Itself In a
criticism ot tenets and traditions, and
feasts upon an analysis that destroys.
The pastor made It plain from the be
ginning ot his sermon that he as not
attempting to ridicule Abdul Baha, and
that he belleed the "Persian to be a man
of sincerity. He called attention to the
fact, however, that Abdul admits "one
stupendous tact the vicarious Christ,
who must foreer remain aa the sub
Ilmett expression of the fatherhood of
A large congregauon beard Dr. Grays
sermon, which was a succession 01
Biblical truths, as compared to tn
teachings ot the Bahalsts. Dr. Gray
said In part:
"Bahalsm ignores the fact of sin and
has no place for a Savior, claiming that
the race Is simply to be instructed, and
naming Mohammed and the eleven II
luslte manifestation's of him and the
three leaders of Bahalsm Including
Christ, also as the teachers of the race.
Abdul Baha and bis predecessors say
that they are the gate to God; Simon
Peter, dowered by the spirit, declared
that 'neither Is there any name under
heaven that is given among men where
in we -must be saved." But accept the
claims of Abdul and read the character
istic utterances of the New Testament
accordingly and what have youT 'God
so lotrd the world that he gave Moses
and Christ and Mohammed and the
Bah and Bah Ulla. and Abdul Baha that
whosoever Is Instructed by them might
not perish ' "
Sect Permits Polygamy.
Bahalsm claims to fuMIl the New
Testament prophecies and especially
claims that the paraclete, the comforter,
as we hae It translated, means Mo
hammed. Whatever Influence you have
felt strangely sustaining In trial, lead'
ing In bewUderment, comforting In at
diction, you have said was the Holy
Spirit. Not so, says Bahalsm Moham
med. And we change our New Testa
ment again and read: 'And I will pray
the Father and he will send you Jlo
hammed, that he may be with jou for
ever, even the 'spirit of truth' But
when Mohammed is come, whom I will
send unto jou from the Father, he shall
bear witness of me.
"Abdul preached the Fatherhood o!
God. But his most holy book of Ba
haism which contains the doctrines ot
the sect has no conception or the kind.
It wavers between agnosticism and pan
theism, and culminates In the following
" "God. singly and alone, abldetn In
His own place, which Is holy, above
space and time, mention and utterance,
sign, description and definition, height
and depth.' And again and again It Is
explicitly stated The way Is closed and
seeking Is forbidden.' Now If Uod It
thus unknowable and the way Is closed
and seeking It forbidden, how does Abdul
Baha know what God ls7 How does he
know that he Is a Father!
"Abdul Baha has preached In thU
country a totally different faith from
that defined in his most holy book and
in tho other literature of Bahalsm. Ills
father defended the slnlessness of
Mohammad, and was himself a polyga
mlst and Bahalsm permits polygamy un
der certain restrictions. His most holy
book prescribes rltea and forms and
tho, very things which Abdul disparaged
here. In other words, he preaches one
Bahalsm In America, and a totally dif
ferent Bahalsm In Persia, concealing
here the tenets of the sect, and. what he
proclaims aa Bahalsm here cannot be
de eloped from the Scriptures uf the
'Either hs knows these facts or he
does not. In lther case he forfeits his
right to teach men. He is either men
tally dishonest or mentally deficient.
either false or a fool."
Craxe for the Xeir.
Dr. Montgomery also preached to a
large congregation. In part, he said:
There is abroad to-day a craze for
the new, for the novel, and for tha
spectacular. The popular appetite ex
presses itself in a criticism of tenets and
traditions, ice passion for dissection u
abroad. The day aems to feast upon, an
analysis that destroys.
1 make fun of no man's religion. 1
believe that Baha Is a man ot sincerity.
Men do not die for whims and opinions,
but they do die for convictions, and Ms
own have suffered to the tuU In perse
cution. Incarceration and death. He
teaches and emphasizes many whole
some truths, such as the millennium ot
universal peace and the universality ot
the brotherhood of man. but there la one
stupendous fact that he omits tha vica
rious Christ, who must forever remain
as the subllmest expression of the fa
therhood of God."
"Want White Star's Charter ReToked.
Trenton, N. J April a-Gov. Wilson
has been asked to call a. special session
of the Legislature for the purpose ot re
volting the charter of the VrTilte Star
Steamship Company. The request, comes
from the relatives of some of the Phila
delphia victims ot the Titanic. It Is
I said, however, that the Legislature can
pot legally revoke any individual chir
The NewMen's Wear Shop
G Street Two Doors East of. 1 Jth
I HOSIERY '"""
tf- f-f Men's Mercer- . q ff Men's Silk
tpl . W lied Lisle Hose, J. yft.W Tj,ie Hose, In
In black only; u f black, tan.
ner pairs in box DdT pray, and navy;
br for Jl: guaran- , 6 pairs in box:
teed three hnr guaranteed
OX months. DD months.
&1 Cn Men's Lftle M An Men's Pure
5i.OUHose. black. tUU Bilk Hon,
Unj. gray.and gray, navy! ?nd
per brown; S pairs per white; 4 pairs
br In box: guar- ln box. r.
nv an teed six , Tint "tel three
months. UOX months.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER. 8 A. M.
Senor Manuel Calero. newly appointed
Mexican Ambassador, snd his family
win arrl In Washington to-day. Senor
Crespo, the retiring Ambassador, will
go at once to Join Mme. Crespo and their
family at Vienna.
The Secretary of the Treasury and
Mrs. MscVeagh are n5w In New York.
Mrs. MacVeagh will sail on the Kaiser
Wllhelm to-morrow and will spend fle
months visiting the various resorts of
KuroDe. She will return to this coun
try In October and will go direct to the
MacVeagh summer home in iniDiin. n. n
The Austrian Ambassador and Baroness
Hengelmueller will entertain at dinner
Cant. Hlraca. naal attache of the
Japanese Embassy, who has been or
dered to sea duty, entertained at din
ner last nla-bt. his guests Including
number of the bachelors of the Diplo
matic Corp Capt. Hlraca win enter
tain at luncheon to-day. The new at
tache of the embassy. Capt. Takeuchl.
has arrived In Washington, and Is tax
lng part In the farewell entertainments
of Capt. HIraga
The French Ambassador and Mme
Jusserand will entertain at a tea at the
embassy this afternoon at 6 o'clock and
at dinner this evening In honor ot the
distinguished Frenchmen who are now
ln Washington ln connection wlUi the
presentation of the Rodin bust "La
France" to the Lake Champlaln Memo
rial Association. The tea was scheduled
for sesterday. but as the visitors had
not yet arrived In Washington It was
postponed until to-day.
On Tuesday night we rresiaeni ana
Mrs. TaTt will entertain the Frenchmen
at a dlnntr and reception. Countess de
Chambrun. wife of the military attache
of the French Embassy, will entertain
the visitors at luncheon to-day In honor
of her brother-in-law. Viscount Charles
de Chambrun. who was secretary ot em
bassy here several years ago and who Is
a member of the Champlaln party
Mr. and Mrs. Chandler 1 Anderson
entertained Informally at dinner last
Miss Gurley Kane gate her own adap
tation of the late Justin McCarthy's ' If
I Were King" ln monologue last evening
In the parlors of the Dewey for the bene
fit of the Titanic fund
Mrs Clarence Edwards, wife ot Gen.
Edwards, returned to Washington jea-
terday from New Tork, where she went.
last week to see -Gen. Edwards emoark
Miss Mabel Boardman. who has been
a member of the week-end house party
of Senator Du Pont at his home, near
Wilmington. DeL. will return to Wash'
Mrs. E. Hope Slater will sail for Eu
rope on the Kaiser Wllhelm II to-morrow.
Misses Marguerite and Annie Sharp, of
Cleveland. Ohio, are the guests of their
uncle and aunt. Representative and Mrs.
William Graves Sharp.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee vtere among
the dinner hosts of last night.
Miss Carrie Lee Chamberlain, daugh
ter of Senator and Mrs. Chamberlain, Is
spending some weeks as the guest of
friends in cieveiano.
Miss Margarretta Brooke was the
honor guest at a large tea given by Mrs.
Cicero Hunt Lewis, ln .Portland. Oreg,
last week. Mrs. Edward Brooke Is now
in Portland with her daughter.
'Mrs.' John Miller Horton. ot Buffalo,
N. Y.. who has been spending several
weeks at the New Wlllard, has returned
to her home in Buffalo.
Dr. And Mrs. Tom A. Williams are
spending the week-end in New Tork
Miss Bertha L Gawen and Miss Ada
. GUllland went over to the Naval
Academy for the hop last week as the
guests ot Midshipman George C Man
ning. SOU VEN IKS TOE ALL
Women and Men to Be Remembered
In Aflleclt's -AnnlTenaarr.
Hundreds of people will respond to-day
to the Invitation of Philip O. Affleck to
celebrate hU fifteenth anniversary ln tha
druc business at his drug: stores, 9M O
Street and Fifteenth and F Streets North
west. They will receive tasty souvenirs
of the event, carnations elni; given. An
anniversary brown bag." containing
trial sixes ot all kinds of articles, from
toilet creams to confectionery, will also
be given to each lady visitor making a
SJent purchase, and llr. Affleck: will
continue to give the anniversary brown
bags until they are all gone. The annl
veraasy wit! continue throughout the
week. The store presents an especially
attractive appearance being decorated
with American llasa and flowers. Unlike
most anniversaries, the men are also
taken Into consideration. Each one who
make, a accent purchase) ln otgar re
ceives, s, ZTrtwax. cigar,., ,
TO 6 P. M. G STREET.
CAPITAL WOMAN SEONSOE.
Miss Altee Thornton Jenkins ta
When the new torpedo boat destroyer
Jenkins dips Into the water tor Its
launching at Bath. Me., to-day It will
slide off Its dock with a Washington girl
as Its sponsor. She is Miss Alice Thorn-
ion -lenmns, aaugnter of Rear Admiral
Thornton A. Jenkins. U. S. N. who de
signed the vessel.
Miss Jenkins left Washington for Bath
yesterday, and will arrive there this
morning. She will be elaborately enter
tained during her stay In the Maine city.
BAUD C0KCEBTS T0-DAY.
Bj D a Marina Hurt. YVUuub X Baa
Idmuin. UtOtr. at Bamcta, 430 p. as.
March, "Unlrmi! IVace" ........ m Bkn
Omtnre. "WlllUm Ten......,.....Holal
idjl. TIa Clow Worm" ............ Una,
Oonet wia, -The rtemler"... .. UneQra
MmMu. Arthur 8. Wltoocb.
TValU. TI ButitlorV . . JSutalmina
Excerpts fran "Carom " .. . ... Bizet
nrinfuiu Rhapmb- .a t (r-sttr Cu
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Grud )Urch. "Entrance of the Gusts
st tbt Wirtbors" . . .. Wtrntr
"Tha Sttr Srutftd Bisrwr
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p. nu. John 8. iL Zimmeraiuin. director.
Much. "Th Cbort Jeer".. .... 8ralU
Omtare. The anuxm .. tflriitor
ranphrur. -Jinrer, Mj Cod. to Il"
. .. . . . . Ltnsey
Selection. Teomta or the Goird" Sullltia
Bis Oddity, "The WhilrwMh Mia .
EtcerpU from "littts Nemo" ... Herbert
"The Star Spancled Banner
SprcUl Notlre-OpeiMlr eoneerui win be
mmned on Wednrxlir afternoon. Mar I.
Sammer ichedala aa follon Mala band
and. Mondaji, Wedneadajs, and 1'rMaja.
from to 533 odock. UmriUl bindaland.
Tueadara and Thursdari from t to 5 odork.
The discovery ot fish glue la attributed
to a Massachusetts man. who. unite mak
Ine fish chowder, found that It stuck to
his fingera, experimented and produced
Eugene B. Evans
823-825 11th St. N.W.
Phono M. 7074.
New Store, Cor. 13th and H.
Finest Floral ,
XSTbone Mala 1SS or 3097.
IStta and II Mth and G.
Waldorf-Astoria 1153 Broadrrar
1330 G Street
t, AriUli S TO HAT 13. I.NCLUS1VC
V. B. at A- ElMtrta Can lean FUttnia and!
jinr in atom on tu coot aad talc boar, em
Mcttnr with an dfam to tndu Xoaad tea. la-
q its inn,,
CorifectioIlfS, and Druggists'
Ice Cream and Soda
WE are prepared to supply every need for making, delivering,
and serving ice cream, &c, as we make a specialty of this
class of goods. Our stock will be found equal to every
demand, our prices absolutely THE LOWEST that can be quoted
for goods of STRICTLY RELIABLE QUALITY.
Packing Cans and Tubs,
Ice Cream Cabinets,
Ice Cream Saucers,
Ice Cream Spoons, ,
Fruit Bowl?, Ice Picks,
Ice Crushers, Soda Glasses,
Glass Holders, Straws,
DULIN & MARTIN CO.,
Pottery, PorceUiD, China, Glass, Silver, &c,
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St
8 Bankrupt Sale of Oriental Rugs g
I Consisting of 350 Oriental Rugs and Carpets
The Entire Stock of KIRKJYAN & CO.
By Order of George S. Kebabian,
Attorney for Trustee, H
To Be Sold at Auction Without Reserve
jl in the H
S WASHINGTON GALLERY I
I 1333 G Street N.W. 1
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, 5
April 30, May 1 and 2
g Mornings, 11 to 1. Afternoons, 3 to 5 o'CIock.
I By C. H. Luengene, Auctioneer
I Exhibition and Catalog Monday, April 29th h
aytttt '! tt ni i t
I Special Y. M. C. A.
Summer Membership f
Four Months for $5.00
? Including All Privileges of Full Membership.
t From now until 10 p. m. May 2, 1912, applications for Full-
Privilege Membership will be received, entitling holder to Locker,
1 Swimming Pool, Gymnasium, Baths, Tennis Courts (12), Bowling S
f Allejs (6), Pool and Billiard Tables, and General Social and Edu- r
? rational Privileges.
This is jour chance to get a
cost. Get busy to-day and learn
The Young Men's
Washington, D. C.
V i I 8' ' HI i 't ! i i1 'I1 '!
POM'S THEATEn. onnrlr CHASE'S.
HU. SKfTTS 2S
-so are ua
the Gmtctt of All American Unmaj.
THE WITCHING HOUR
Br ACGCSTU3 THOMAS.
Entlr Out, AU 8ral 8cmry. First Tune
Ettt riajtd In Stock br any Cccopaojr.
A btantlful roTar oo of lh roll
Hare will bo pmentcd to ererr ladj who
attend. Wodnradaj and Thursday matlnctl or
Uatlsto-Enrr Day (axon Monday), So,
Etrains. Sr. Sir. and TV-
Nrrt wer -OTfr MAt"
TOHIOHTAT 8J3 I
I Tmjtttaniossvnar I
Xn MarprH Ana
Hn coimit com
lSd "ARE YSI A MASBrtr
In "Because She Loved Him So"
rticra-Msnt. ISe. BOe. and Sa Mat. Wed, and
SaL. AU. SEATS, 3C Jifxl : W "
firan Boat on.
THE BIS 0PEIII3 TAUDE-
- tlLLE BILL TO-MT
AND OTHER STAR.
MatlB SiSO, all aeata
10c. To-nlafct 7tSO aad
0, 10c and 30c.
two rcaronMA-scra dailt bt cooitjib
COMPLICATED AFFAIR" snd "WIS'.
MXQ A M1S3.-
DULIN & MARTIN CO.
Ice Cream Freezers
For hand and power all well
known i makes, including
D. & M. Freezers. '
White Mountain Freezers.
Summers pleasure at a ery low
what fun can be had at the Asso
Corner Gand 18th Street N. W.
'! t ! i : 1 ! 1 H i
MAY 1, 2, 3, 4
2 P. M. Each Day.
Grounds ai C and Eighteenth Sis.
Reserved Seats 50 Cents Extra
CASINO 7th and F Sis.
E-VEnVBODVS pome IT I
DOIXQ If AT t
THE TURKEY- TROT
8 Merry Mascot Qtrls
OTHER OHEAT FEtTBRTJ.
Tlakkara'a Case of n..th.
Other good acta and pictures.
GVTBS 01EV AT 2 P. JI.
TN EsHtic Sens in Birds .
MEW MASMIC TEMH
Tettdty AAtrsMa, April 31, ai 445
Tickets at T. Arthur Smith's. 1327 l
Street (Sanders & Stayman'a).
A bicycle lamp supplied with electricity
generated br the operation of tha bicycle)
his been perfected, la AjsaUruAss,
Act - Jj&&A .