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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1912.
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Woodward & Lothrop
New York WASHINGTON Paris.
Parisian Ivory Toilet and
Exceptionally plain, but with a purity of color, line, and de
sign that is very rich and desirable. The soft ivory white gives
it an unusual harmony as a toilet and boudoir requisite. It has
sprung into immediate favor, and is being extensively selected
for Christmas and wedding gifts. Marked with initials or mon
ograms in dainty color further enriches it to an appreciable degree.
Hair Brushes $3.00 to MOO
Hand Mirrors .4 0O to f&so
Jewel Cases i3 to (10.00
Hat Brushes Sl.3 to $2.00
Buffers i.oo to L50
Manicuring Sets 8.oo to $10.00
Trays f2.no to M.00
Talcum Powder Boxes.. SOe to fl.50
Sewlnrr Cases Cl.3 to COO
Toothbrush Cases SOe and 91.00
Hat Fin Holders 2JS0 rarh
Shoe Hooks SOe and 85c
Shoe Horns fl.OO and tl.23
Soap Boxes $1.23 each
Combs In cases 35c and 60c
Muq flcor-G et.
Hair Combs 75c and $1.00
Cold Cream Jars 50c to $1.50
Clothes Brushes SMO to $4.00
Powder Boxes $zo to $5.00
Pincushions $2.00 to $3.00
All-in-One Buffer, Manicure. .50
Tooth Powder Boxes... 50c to $220
Perfume Bottles $120 to $4.00
bhavlng Sets $4.00 and $6.00
Hair Receivers $120 eark
Vanltj Cases. 25c and 35c
Nail Files 75c and K3e
Reading Glasses $120 and $2.00
Pocket Manicure Sets.... 25e each
Pocket Mirrors 25c to 75c
Thanksgiving Table Linens.
Pure Flax Table Linens, combining elegance of design, rich
ness of pattern, permanence of finish, and excellence of quality.
We state more emphatically than ever the splendid attributes of
our Table Linens and the wide field given for choosing. They
will immediately interest the housewife or the hotelkeeper desir
ing something above the ordinary.
Our displays are as complete as is possible to assemble from
every maker who enjojs a reputation and adheres to that reputa
tion for superiority. Tablecloths Napkins, Traycloth", Carving
TABLECLOTH SIZES RANGE FROM 22 YARDS TO 2x9
YARDS FOR OBLONG AND ROUND TABLES.
NAPKINS SIZES RA.NGE FROM 20 INCHES TO 28
Prices in Agreement With Every Wish.
Special attention is directed to a small number of Table
cloths which we secured at a price concession and have marked
them at one-third less than reeilarlv.
$7.00 to $12.00 each.
Were $10.50 to $18.00.
Second floor Elercnth eL
Sale of Ostermoor Mattresses.
Because Ostermoor & Co. are so very particular about the
perfectness and worth of their products, this opportunity is of
fered for the purchase of Genuine Ostermoor Mattresses consid
erably under regular prices. There is nothing wrong with the
quahtv of these mattresses. They have been made just as care
fully and with every regard for comfort as those we have in
stock at the full catalogue prices Made in the exact same man
ner; but the material used for ticking was found to contain some
inconsequential faults, either in weave or coloring, and as a re
sult they close them out to their retail representatives at less
than regular prices
We are their Washington agent-, and so we are pleased to
announce these exceptional savings:
3-ft. size. $10 00. Regularlv $11 r0 to $13 00
3V2-ft. size $11.00. Regularly $13 20 to $14 70
4-ft size, $12 00. Regularly $14 85 to $16 35
412-ft. size, $13 50. Regularlv $16 50 to $18 50
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MAIL FOE CHEISTMAS
Mnrr Tlinn 7S,17 DtTplllnfrx to He
Srnnl Durluc HoIlrtntK.
count of dwelling houes b postmen
f the clt totaled 78 172, according; to
information made public jetterdaj when
tht results of reports made bj the letter
i trners on all possible stops on their
m utes were announced
The list completed for the post-office
ncludes flats and apartments as well
as houses Besides the habitations there
are 6,201 offices where mail is delUered
The population of the cits, according
to the 1910 census, was 331,0S)
The count was made to determine an
approximate maximum of stops to be
muae i a letter carrier on his routi
This information will he of use in mai.
li 5 assignments of carriers to handle the
ast crush of Christmas mall
Glrln School Destroyed by Hre
Washington, Ga, No. 20 St Josephs
Academy for Girls, one of the largest
Catholic Institutions In Georgia, was de-
iroca Dy nre early to-da The mm.
awakened b the roaring flames, worked
neroicauy rescuing the hundred young
girl pupils who were asleep In the dor-
iimunes ine loss will exceed J100 000
Health and Beauty Answers
BY MRS, JIAE HARTV.N-
-ora S As your hair is short and
thin and ou ham so much troubli
make it sta up and look neat, tr sham-
ixoinc It with a tcaspoonful of canthrox
iMsoKcd in a cup of hot water This
hampoo is the one generally used b
the best hairdressers to mako the hair
look thicker and lustrous It produces
nn abundant lather, dries iiuirklj, and
not onli cleans the hair and icalp well,
but stops all Irritation and Kites the
fccaln a feeling of pleasing frebhness.
anthrox makes a delightful bbampoo
und will make our hair soft and fluffy
Vou will hac little, trouble then to make
our hair look nice Neer use soap for
shampooing, as it makes the hair crime,
harsh, and takes away the glossy look
la) To get rid of dandruff and stop fall
ing hair tee reply to Gertrude J '
Meta D A delatone paste will remo e
the fuzz from your lip without danger or
mi onvenience Just mix enough powder
td delatone and water to coer the hairy
surface, apply and after two or three
minutes rub off then wash the skin care
fully One application of delatone usu
ally suffices excepting where the growth
is quite thick or stubborn.
Grace- Long, curly lashes and thick,
glossj eyebrows add greatly to personal
leautr Get a small original package of
pjroxin from jour druggist and with
forefinger and thumb apply a little at'
ian-roois, ajso, ruD some on eyebrows
wun imgcr-ena ua tnis a few times
and ou will hate beautiful eyelashes
and brows Use care and don't get any
Ii) rujuxi ucre no nair is warned
Mrs I: What a shame to haie
wasted so much money In rainlj trying
10 gei na ui jour lai i naie a formula
that some of m close friends have tried
with marvelous success. Here It Is Dl-
Mlve four ounces of parnotls In V& pints
not water, wnen com strain ana take a
tablespoonful of the liquid before each
ineaL This remedy will not injure your
health or fore jou to starve jourself In
order to get back your comely figure. It
cuts down fit rapid! j. is not expensive,
.ind will sure! help jou.
excellent for pre-
lookine I Ind thi
venting and removing blackheads, skin-
ana mapping When
rream It is juM
ueu as a m4sMie
grand for filling out hollow cheeks a
Mercedes lou saj jour complexion is
lifeless and yoj are constantly tired and
tlrowsj This comes from too little exer
fise and an over-indulgence In heavj
fric?Usln.K a K'ueBish condition of
ml.?wl.?nl a, ,ack, of Proper nourish
ment for the body. Here Is a simple and
inexpensive recipe for an excellent blood
tonic and body-builder Buy at any drug
store an ounce of kardene and put in a
half-pint alcohol (not whisky), then add
a half cupful sugar and hot water to
make a full quart. Take a tablespoon
ful before each meal This tonic exptls
impurities and enriches the blood It
will give jou renewed energy and your
complexion will assume Its natural health
Mrs. Taft occupied a box at the Co
lumbia Theater last night to see Char
lotte Walker In "The Trail of tho Lone-
seme Pine." her guests being her sis
ter, Mrs. Thomas Laughlin, Capt. Little,
U. a A., and Lieut. Rockwell, U. &. A.
The President has accepted the invi
tation of the Southern Belief Society to
attend the Southern Relief Charity Ball,
which will be given January 27. He will
occupy the Presidential box, and It Is
hoped that Mrs Taft will attend the
The President will be present at the
marriage of Miss Eleanor Rldcely and
Dr. Henry Pickering Parker, which will
take place on Friday.
The drill for the benefit of the Army
Relief Soclet), which will be held at
Fort Jljer Friday afternoon at 2.30,
promises to be a tremendous success, but
Mrs, Borden, 1S01 California Street, has
a few good seats yet on sale. A "tea
will follow after the long-established
J custom, and a half hour in very good
Company is assured The President and
I Mrs. Taft have signified their Intention
of attending the drill, which Is the first
ol the season
Justice and Mrs. Lurton and party. As
sistant Secretary and Mrs. Oliver and
party. Gen. and Mrs Leonard Wood. Mrs.
Aleshlre, Gen and Mrs. Albeit Mills.
Gen. Crozier, Mrs Garllngton, Gen and
Mrs Sternberg, Gen and Mrs. George
Andrews, Gen and Mrs Wotherspoon.
Mrs. E. H Llscum, Commissioner and
Mrs. Judson, and Col. and Mrs. Garrard
will be among those who will be seated
in the President's box.
Miss Grace Denio Litchfield has sent
out Invitations for a musicale Wednes
day evening. December 11. at 9 o'clock.
in honor of Hies Gladys North and Miss
The marriage of Miss Ruth Felton.
daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel M
Felton, of Chicago, and Dr VV 1111am V
M. Sowers, will take place on New Year s
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of
the brides parents 1366 Dearborn Ave
Dr. Sowers is the son of Dr and Mrs
T. Sowers, who have long been Iden
tified with Washington, and resides with
his parents at their home In Massachu
Tlie British Ambassador and Mrs
Brjce were entertained at a dinner given
in their honor last night by their host
and hostess. Mr and Mrs. Francis M
Jencks, at their home In Baltimore, Md
Among those Invited to meet the dis
tinguished diplomat and his wife were
Mrs T J. Bowlker, president of the Wo
men's Municipal League, of Boston. Hon
Charles J Bonaparte, Attorncj General
under former President Roosevelt, and
Dr. William M. Welsh
The Counselor of the German Em
bassy, Mr Hanlel von Haimhausen, who
has made a brief visit to German, re
turned to Washington jesterdav Mme.
von Haimhausen, who spent the sum
mer abroad with her children, will not
come to this country until later in the
The Eecrctery of the Navj and Mrs
George von L. Meyer will give a dinner
Saturdaj evening In honor of Miss
Laura Merriam, whose marriage to the
Assistant Secretary of the Treasurv, Sir
James F. Curtis, takes place Novem
Commander W II G Bullard I" S N ,
recently appointed superintendent of the
Naval radio telegraph service at Arling
ton. Va , and Mrs Bullard who was
formerly Miss Belrne Saunders, of Bal
timore, have taken an apartment at the
Col Samuel Tllman, USA. retired
former prefe-&or of chemistrj at West
Point, and Mrs Tilman have arrived in
Washington, accompanied by their
daughter. Miss Katherlne Tlhnan, and
have-taken an apartment In the Burling
ton for the winter
The Assistant Secretary of State and
Mrs Huntington Wilson have returned
to Washington from a visit in New
Vork They will not be active sovtallv
in any but an official waj, as Mrs Wil
son Is still In mourning for the death
of her father last winter
Miss Dorothv Grav Brooks daughter
of Mrs E. C Brooks gave a matinee
part jesterdav afternoon in honor of
Miss LIU McDonald, daughter of Ma
John R McDonald lT S A., and Mrs
McDonald Invited to meet Miss Mc
Donald were Mrs. Brooks, Miss Eliza
beth Nojes, Miss Emll Bcattj. Miss
Dorothy Tailor, M ss Frances Brooks
Miss Frances Effenger SUns Julia Vail,
Miss Fstelle Cmne, Miss Ruth Lamer,
Miss Edmonia Adams, Miss Minnie Dut
ton. Miss Kathrjn Hitchcock. Miss
Louise Bayne and Miss Doroth Dccble
After the performance Miss Brooks took
her guests to the New Willard for tea
oung-looWng as long as "possible.
though marks of age enlarged pores,
tough skin, and premature wrinkles
have begun to show In your once beauti
ful face, jou can easily get rid of them
and regain your charming complexion
by using this greaseless cream-Jelly. Get
nn ounce of almozotn from any drug
store, put It In a half-pint cold water,
adding two teaspoonfuls gljcerine; stir
and let stand a few hours Apply this
cream-Jolly and you will find It will re
move all -dirt and excess oil from the
pores, make the large pores smaller, and
leave Jotir skin soft, smooth, and fresh i
Gertrude J The dandruff, itchlnff
scalp, and brittle, falling hair with split
ends Of Which VOU comnlnln s,,n rM
diseased scalp, due to the presence of
r.E...,o itit ouieai way 10 ggt rid Of
these troubles quickly and rv.rn.Mr.. ,
germs will be to shampoo twice a month
with canthrox and rub Into vour scalp
twice a week a quinine halr-tonlc made
UJ ui&uiiii one ounce or qulnzoin in
half a pint of alcohol fnot nhi.wi .,
adding half a pint of cold water' Use
this tonic regularly and It will remove
ine aanflrurc ana lrrltauon, stop your
J V "" vui, tuiu mane it soft
S D Yes-nothing Is a more Impor
tant factor 'n a beautiful face than
bright, clear, youthful ejes You should
use regularlv a good eve-tonio n. ,
ounce of crjstos, dissolve It in a pint of
.iv:i umt upc two or inrec orops ill
each eye daily It will clear and strength
en your eves, remove all signs of weak
ness and inflammation, and make them
bright and sparkling For" weak, dull
expressionless eyes I think this tonic
simply wonderful It Is erj soothing
and is fine for those who wear glasses.
G E. A When you wear a veil face
Powder will not help your complexion
much, as it rubs off too easily. What
you need Is i good lotion that will not
show on the skin The next time you go
to the drug store get four ounces of
spurmax and dissolve it In one-half pint
of hot water or witch hazel, adding two
teaspoonfuls or glycerine. Tbls lotion
will clear up and whiten jour skin, make
It soft and velvety, and give you a beau
tiful complexion It will rid your skin of
mat shiny, greasy, sallow look, and Cairo.
;" ii appear cnarnung ana youthful.
I And this excellent -far rnld tuinm tvlr-
Jes. nnd pimples It costs very litUe and
will protect your face from the winds,
and prove a spUndld beauUUcr.
An extremely pretty wedding took place
last night when Miss Frances Beards
lev Clark, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed
ward Brajton Clark, and Mr J rederick
Leonard Dcveroux were married In the
apartments of the bride's parents at the
The pretty bride, who was given in
marriage bi" her father, wore a hand
some gown of white charmeuse trimmed
with rose point lace and orange blos
soms, and a court train. Her tulle and
lace veil was caught in place bj orango
blossoms and she carried a shower bou
quet of lilies of the valley.
The maid of honor. Miss Cornelia Mer
cer Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Charles G Smithi Jr. wore blue crepe
meteor trimmed with shadow lace, and
she carried a bouquet of pink roses.
The two bridesmaids were Miss Flor
ence Evebn Pomeroj, of Utica. N. Y.
and Miss Elizabeth Pennock Smith, of
this cltj Miss Pomeroy wore white
charmeuse trimmed with shadow laea
and she carried a bouquet of pink chrjs-
amnemums. jiuss amun was dressed in
pink charmeuse draped with shadow
lace and she carried a bouquet of white
Mr Phillip Owen Coffin, of N.w York,
was the best man, and the ushers were
Mr John Fairfax Slavln and Mr Frank
A reception followed the cercmonv
which was performed bj the Rev Walter
. urum me rooms were artlstlcallj
decorated with palms and pink chrysan
themums. Mr. Clark wore a becoming
gown of silver gray brocaded crepe de
chine The bride's going-away costume
was of wistaria cloth, and she wore a
handsome black panne velvet hat trim
med with wistaria shades.
Among those who are stopping at the
Brfghtonare Mrs. Qulntor and Mrs.
Mason. Mrs L. P. McCalla and Miss
Eileen McCalla. of Boise, Idaho, Hon. R.
W. Austin and Mrs Austin, of Knox
vllle, Tenn., and Mr. John L. Clem and
Mr and Mrs T. Franklin Schneider
have sent out Invitations to the ri.hnt
tea of their daughter. Miss Schneider,
on Monday afternoon. December 3, at the
Beatrice M. Jordan, to Mr. Charles Dud
ley Daley, noted as a football player at
Harvard and at West Point. Mr. Daley
was captain of the Crimson eleven In
1900, and the day of the game with Yale
was noUfled of his appointment to West
Point. He was graduated from the
Academy and a year later resigned.
Miss Jordan is a sister of Mr. Harry
joroan, one or uartmoutns sprinters
Mrs. Giles Mitchell, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
and her sister. Miss De Camp, have sent
out Invitations for a tea on December
3. for their bouse guest, Mrs. W. H.
Rapley, of this city.
The Mexican Ambassador will return
to Washington to-day, having spent the
past fortnight In Mexico, benora Ca
lero will not return with him.
Mrs Jewett, wife of Capt. Henry C
Jewett, U. S A., will give a tea this
afternoon at 5 o'clock at theirnuarters
In the Washington Barracks in honor of
Mlsi Katherlne Tillman, daughter of
CoL Samuel H. Tillman. U. S A , re
tired, and Mrs Tillman.
Mrs. John D Wood, of New York, will
arrive in Washington within a few dajs
to be the house guest of her son-in-law
and daughter, the Assistant Secntary
of the Navy and Mrs Beekman VVIn
throp The latter will take a party over
to Philadelphia on November 30 to wit
ness the Army and Navy football game
Mrs. Henry May and Miss Cecilia
May, after spending tho autumn at the
Virginia Hot Springs, have returned to
Washington for the winter. Miss Isabel
Slay Is at present in New York bhe
will Join her parents here later in th
Sir and Mrs. George E Hamilton
have closed their country residence on
the Rockvllle Pike and have taken an
apartment at the New Willard until
thtlr new house In New Hampshire
Avenue Is ready for occupancy.
An attracUve wedding took place last
night when Silas Leona F. Hechlnger,
daughter of Sir and Sirs Jonas W.
Hechinger and Sir William A. Graff, of
Norfolk. Va. were married at the Con
gress Hall Hotel
The bride wore a beautiful gown of
white charmei'se trimmed with duchesse
point lace, a famllj heirloom and with a
court train of brocaded satin bhe car
ried a shower bouquet of Bride roses
ind lllli's of tho valley, and a point lace
fan. which was also a family heirloom
SIIS8 Carrje S Bass, of Baltimore, Md.,
was the maid of honor She was dressed
In blue satin draped with gold net, and
'he carried a bouquet of violets. The two
ltttl- nteies of the bridegroom wore
dalntj blue costumes, and carried baskets
The best man was Sir Joseph II Kass,
and th" ushers were Slessrs. Sidney L.
Heclilnptr Lawrence Gassenhelmcr
George Cohen, and Nathan Stein
small reception followed the cere-
monj Sirs Hechlnger wore blac.k em
broidered tharmeuse trimmed with old
lace. Sirs Graffs traveling suit was of
brown cloth, and she wore furs and a
stilish brown hit
Col and Sirs Lincoln Karmany enter
tained at a handsomely appointed dinner
Friday evening at their home In the
Marine Barracks, Norfolk, Va, In honor
of Gen. and Mrs William P Blddle, of
Washington D C , who were their guests
for the week-end The decorations were
red roes and asparaguB ferns, and the
c indies were shaded in red
Covers were laid for twelve, and those
invited to meet Gen and Sirs Blddle
were Admiral and Sirs Robert M. Doyle.
Capt and Sirs. Slarix. U & SI C . Mrs
Beadle Admiral Usher. U. S N . Lieut.
Wise. U S SI. C. and Sirs Wise. The
dinner wa- followed bj an informal re
ception, to which the officers of the Ma
rine Corps, the nivy yard. Naval Hos
pital, the Franklin and Richmond, with
their wives, were the only Invited guests.
Col and Sirs R A O'Brien have Is
sued cards announcing the marriage of
their loungest daughter, Gertrude Ken
ntdi. to Mr James J Slurray, of Balti
more The ceremony took place at St.
Peter's Church on Slondai, November
IS, and was performed bj the Rev
Stephen Morris, followed by a nuptial
mass at which onlj the Immediate fam
ilies of the contracting parties attended.
he bride was becomingly gowned In
traveling suit of Copenhagen blue
cloth with ha. to match, and carried
hite chrysanthtmums Mrs C Ernest
voiiiuower, jr. me orioe s sister, was
matron of honor and was attired In a
gown of golden brown silk poplin, wltl
hat to match, and carried icllow chry
santhemums Mr Hugh Murraj was his
brother s best m in
A widding brt ikfa-t was served at
the home of thi bride s parents, after
which Sir and Mrs Murray left for
Philadelphia and New Vork They will
be at home to their friends after De
cember 1 at the Marion. Twentieth and
H Streets Northwest
organlzaUoQ wjll be formed Immediately
with another committee In charge and
under another name, or no steps win bs
taken to organize a german club this
season, and next year the Bachelors
cotillion, with all the prestige of tne oia
organization, will be reorganized.
While no statement has been, made, it
is understood that the members or the
Bachelors' committee, which has Just
sounded Its own death knell, would
much prefer that the second course be
persued. and the reorganization of the
Bachelors' coUllIon be left until a year
The disbanding of what was perhaps
the most famous dancing club In the
country, with a history dating back to
lice, was not accomplished without a
wrench. It U said, and it la likely that
a considerable effort will be maderto pre
vent any other permanent organization
from being formed at present to take its
Place. That there may be a temporary
cotillion club, possibly a revival of the
old Washington assembly, which flour
ished until about ten years ago. to tide
over the season seems probable.
It is also suggested that a number
of wealthy men will band together and
give a series of cotillions, each member
having the privilege of asking ten
guests A similar plan was carried out
successfully a couple of years ago, the
bails being gvlen at the New Wllllard
by a number of wealthy Washington
clubmen, the Invited guests being mem
bers of the Diplomatic Corps and the
Next year, with a new administration
In Washington, and the many changes
in the social world which It will esUiU
the Bachelors' cotillion may recognize
with a new committee, or possibly with
many members of the old. The old com-1
miuee consisted oi air. Lwrence lown
send. president. Sir. William Illtt, vice
president, Mr Chauncey Hackett. sec
retary. Mr Franklin Ellis, treasurer:
Sir Gist Blair, Lieut. Commander Ed
ward SIcCauIey. U S N : Lieut Com
mander Leigh Falmer, l" S N : Mr.
Basil Miles, Mr Henry du Pont, and Mr.
Debutantes of this year and of former
years received the news that there would
be "no bachelors ' this winter with much
regret Whether or not a debutante had
'all her bachelors taken" was always a
matter of much moment In past jears,
as It gave proof of her popularity and
No official cause for discontinuing the
Bachelors' cotillion this winter has been
made public Rut It Is understood that
the cotillion had become so large that
It was a question of either discontinuing
them or cutting down the list of those
Invited The committee did not see its
way clear to this action, and, therefore,
decided to abandon the balls.
Secretary Mitchell Carroll, of the Ar
chaeological Institute of America. last
right addressed members and guests of
tht League of American Penwomen,
holding their first social meeting at the
residence of Sirs Philander P. Claxton.
wife of the Commissioner of Education.
lCOi Connecticut Avenue Northwest, his
subject being the excavations made by
the Institute's expeditions to the site
of ancient Troy.
After the lecture, a general reception
was held. Sirs Claxton being assisted
In receiving by her mother. Mrs. S.
Johnson, her daughter. Miss Clair Clax
ton and the president of the league.
Sirs Edith Kingman Kern, and Sirs.
Leonard II Wilder, chairman of the
league's social committee, and Mrs F
Carl Smith Sirs. A D. Slelvin. Sirs
Leigh Chalmers, Mrs Phoebe Hamilton
Seabrooke, Sirs Theodore Cunningham,
and other members of the committee.
CHUBCH SOCIETY GIVES $100.
Will of Caroline F. OnnaUon Filed
for Probate Yesterday.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
New York Avenue Presbyterian Church
Is given CM under the will of Caroline
IF. Gunnison, which was filed, for pro-
Daio yesterday. The children or Han
nah G. Albert, a sister of the testatrix,
are left certain houses In Baltimore, one
for each child. In addition, each is to
receive 5600 from the sale of stocks In
the Second National Bank.
Five shares of Mergenthaler Linotype
Company stock are bequeathed to Henry
F. Hint, of Winchester, Mass.. a nep
hew. The remaining estate Is to go to a
slstej, Sarah W. Lunt
By the terms of the will of Bernhar
dlna Frledrlch. the daughter, Louise. Is
directed to sell premises 233 Four-and-a-half
Street Southwest and distribute
equally the proceeds among the children
of the testatrix. Louise Frledrlch Is
named as executrix.
PICTUEES OF PANAMA CANAL
Will Be Shovrm at the Drlasro ext
Monday and Tuesday.
Announcement Is made by the Red
Cross of the first exhibition of a remark
able series of moving pictures showing
the enormous building operations now in
progress on the Panama Canal. Tills
exhibition is so timely and promises so
much of educational value and Interest
that it is believed a large number of
Washingtonlans will avail themselves of
this rare opportunity.
The pictures will be shown at the Be-
lasco Theater at 4 30 p m Slonday and
Tuesday of next w;ek and tickets may
be had at the box office at the usual
The Klnemacolor Company desired te
exhibit these pictures first to President
Taft, but In view of the present effort of
the American Red Cross to collect a
large sum for the Balkan war sufferers,
tho President has generously proposed
that this first exhibition shall be given
In a public place the proceeds to be
added to the Balkan war relief fund
To this the Klnemacolor Company has
cordially assented. Tho President him
self will be In attendance on one of the
Our beattfy contest is open
to all. Come in and have a
sitting. Your picture will be
placed in the exhibit to be
passed on by a competent
The portraits which arc
judged the most beautiful will
entitle their owners to valu
The Harvey Studio
438 7th St. N. W.
We give votes la The Herald J
tZSftOO contest. . J
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As Well as the Wonderful
And a Complete Line of
Sheet Music, &c.
Prices and Terms to Suit All.
1330 G Street.
XV give Ilerald ggS.00O contest votes.
Announcement Is made by Mrs Ellen
r. Jordan, of Brighton. St ass., of h
' engagement of her daughter. Miss
p!ctured.ue wedding took place last
cening when Mlvs I.lIe Barbara Krnst.
daughter of Sir nd Mrs Fred William
I rn-t, and Mr Daniel Tx-e Morris, son
of Mr ind Sir "inis Slorris. were mar
ried at the First Congregational Church
The Rc Dr Woorlrow officiated.
The bride, who was given aw-a bj her
father wore a gown of ivory charmeuse
trimmed with pearls. Her tullo veil was
fastened bv a up of pearls, and she
carried a shower bouquet of white roses
and lilies of the vallej
The maid of honor. SIIss Helen S
Slorris, sister of the groom, was dressed
in bluo satin with cnstal trimmings.
SIIss Mar Ernst ind SIIss Kathryn
Sloore wtrc the bridesmaids, and one
wore pink and the other yellow char
meuse They both carried bouquets of
Sir Clarence Ernst was the best man.
and the ushers wero tho Slessrs. Will
iam Jesse Finley. J Herbert Robinson.
ira .Nutter, and Harn Singleton.
A reception from 8 to 10 at Freund's
followed the church ceremony. The
bride and groo-n will be at home at
K3 Jefferson Street. Brightwood. D C,
after December 1
Sin Richard Reid Rogers nnd SIIss
Elizabeth Reid Roger", accompanied by
SIIss Gladis HlncMei, will go to New
York to-da to attend the horse show.
"Hiey will remain In that city for Be
eral days, and will go to Boston to at
tend the large ball to bo given on De
cember 6 by Mrs Horatio Slater for
her daughter, Mls Esther Slater. SIIss
Slater will later In the season como to
Washington, and will attend the dinner
which Mrs Rogers will gie for SIIss
Draper the night after her ball
What Is to take, the place of the
Bachelors cotillion' This Is a question
on the lips of scores of members of the
Capitals most exclulve socleti. The
members of the Bachelors' cotillion
committee, since tht announcement of
their decision not to recognize the ger
mans this season, have maintained an
absolute silence as to posible future or
ganizations. All that they were willing
to say last night was that none of them
would havo part In any movement to
form another organization at this time.
That the National Capital is to be
without Its exclusive cotillions for long
EDWARD D. AYEK APPOINTED.
Millionaire- Samed on
Ilonnl of Indian Commissioners.
President Taft yesterdai appointed Ed
v and D Aier, of Chicago, a member of
the board of Indian Commissioners
Mr Aer who is reputed to be a mil
lionaire, has interested himself largely
In Indian affairs within the past decade
and Is a recognized authorltj on the
No announcement has been made of the
rame of the new Indian commissioner,
hut it is expected with a few days
about riowcrs for Wed
dings or other occasions
places you under no ob
ligations wliatcver. Esti
mates for commissions
of ' an cliaractcr fur
nislicd on request.
Corner 15th and H
Waldorf-storla 1133 Broadway
l li L iW'Li
Dulin& Martin Co.
Pottery, Porrelala, China, Glass,
1215 F St and 1214-18 Q St
A. B WkxSi OScn
The Latest European Operetta,
The Woman Haters' Club
The De Koven Opera Co.
Uxnid V. Arthur Mgr
rrtscoti U.O Gmtnt of All rsrlraJt,
Too n&uods Ubl Open,
With Grand Opern Ail-Star Cast.
durtsx tMi eE&tfmrnt
Josef Htranakv. Conrfuf-tor.
MISCHA ELMAN, Soloist
rncr-fc3. ROO R!0 Jl.C0,t T Wlurhi
tir r su
nd Friday and Saturday, with Fri
day and Saturday Matinees. Prices,
SOe to fZM. Friday Matinee, Best
You Couldn't Hire
Me to Wear Dress
I Use that Marvel, PERSPI-NO!
si I ill
111 never be without that wonder
ful powder PRESPI-NO again. And
hubby says ho neer will either. My
arm-pits now are always fresh and
cool Sly waist3 and dresses never
fade, get stiff or stained, all my dress
shield misery is gone besides.
No more misery from rolled up dresa
shields that form a ropy wad under tho
arms No more humiliation
PERSPI-NO ii Just glorious' We use
It In summer when clothing Is light,
we use It In winter when clothing Is
heavy. It Isn't a greasj. hair-gumming
cream. It s a powder. Use it
wherever there Is excessive, unnatural
and misery-producing perspiration.
PERSPI-NO Is also magic In absolutely
removing all perspiration odor' As
a body sweetener there Is nothing like
It. A free powder pad In each box
PERSPI-NQ. sold at drug and de
partment stores, 25c a box, or sent on
receipt of price by The Perspo -Co , Chi
For sale by James O Donnell. G O
Affleck. N. Y Ae Pharmacy. A. I. la
in not to bo expected Two altema-j net's Palais Royal, Lansburgh Bros
Uves present themselves, cither a new department store.
If you suffer from
rheumatism try Mus
Immediate relief. A
clean ointment that
won't blister. 25o a
jar. At the Drug Shop.
Cartons Rood for SS votes.
Duly Uta.. 2c. Ivnx., 3. 50, &sd T3c
"THE DRUMS OF OUDE"
I His MftAtrrpta of BUgnnft snd- Pte-
I UIIC Art. SUUrt BUMl J. v Nomnt
I & Co.. and other, ttmtl Big ItlU.
I Next wrtk "who is nnorvr
Tile seuvn t njei r uocaj uocra. Turn
I Ftaon Mm Tempi! Telcsr&m. ' llnur
I din 3 Spirit I ilnUnc. ' Jta.
And her company In
The Whirl of Society
AND 100 OTHERS
6ABY DESLYS in MLLE. CHIC
Mrmbrn of th Ttto Companies:
Barney Bernard. Harry PI 1 err, Melville
Kills Ada L.e.Ti, Lawrence D Uraay.
Fannie Brlre, l.anra Hamilton, I ee
llarrMon, Clarence Harvey, Clara rai
nier, and rthur M and ford.
NEXT WEEK SEATS NOW
pcclnl 31atlner ThanltspivlnK.
Direct from 1"10 Mpht In New ork
lurs. and Sat.
The Trail m Lonesome Pine
JIATS.. TOES., THtJIlS. AIlD SAT.
A Qmt risy Ftam a GroU Norel.
LIFE'S SHOP WINDOW
A SgnaUionjJTj Great Drrma.
Next tteek-THE CALL OP THE HEART.
Smoke if I VPITIIII Matinee
You Like LHlCUm Daily
AN ALISTAH VAUDKWLU3 PUOOKAllMK.
Pat White and Carl Henry
AND 3 GIRLS. WITH
High Life in Burlesque
TWO PEKFOUVtANCEa DAILY BV
With That LrcrpopuUr Oomediu.
And BwlAU rtir Cut.
NEXT WEEK MOLLIE WILLIAMS
WEDNESDAY TlKLsDAl unl SAT. at-C-U.
F.ZIEGFELD, sir, Presents
Blla "ZIEGFELD FOLLIES'
1 a Hminn.
Orchestra. In La Lamamx fcnlVt nt ih
nchtceoth crntiirr Mejrrbrrri Hotrt bf
UUble and txhr dance. Tkets, t-J0 CTO.
$LW nn nl t ThMtw "
rrima Dnona rirwano MrtitrrtttUn Oner nou
IC010.SU TIUT8E I
SHHDAY JB 1
POPULAR PRICES, 2Se to $1.00
The Six Kirksmith Sisters
In a soitUt muilcil act MATlMUS. tin, hUTr
weiiM Jcater. PACLA REEVES alnzfej cvmj
dinm. FIUTZ HOtTSTON the caltconht EAIt
MB BAKME. tjoe-fcggrd acrobats niCHlRW
I MLB In At the Ctab and the HICKMAN"
'BU03.. la Tin Dctcctlra Drttctei"