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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY, MARCH 4. 1913.
NEW YORK CITY,
334 FOURTH AVENUE.
Woodward & Lothrop
10th, 11th, F, and G Streets, Washington
CLOSED TO-DAY (INAUGURATION).
Washington's Visitors and Guests
ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
TO VISIT OUR ESTABLISHMENT
To avail themselves of all conveniences and to make complete and personal use
of our organization. The comforts and accommodations of the store are placed
at the disposal of all.
Especially Do We Direct Attention to Our Cafe:
(Luncheon, 11 :30 to 3. Tea Room, 3 to 5 :30.)
Where delightful repasts, prepared and served in the best manner, are obtain
able at a reasonable cost.
There will also be found much of newness and interest in spring fashions of
merchandise for the person and for home requirements throughout every sec
tion of our establishment.
We Shall Endeavor to Make Every
Visitor Feel Entirely at Home
The Woodward & Lothrop
Parcel Post Free Delivery.
This Parcel Post Free Delivery was inaugurated at the begining of the year for the purpose of working
in conjunction with the government, and to furnish out-of-town patrons and all nonresidents of Washington
the same opportunity in shopping facilities as enjoyed by our local clientele. Its advantages are marked
and decidedly profitable to all who utilize it. and we are pleased with the prospects it offers and the readi
ness with which it has been accepted by the public
Leave your name and address at one of the information Desks or with any floor manager and let us
mail yon, without charge, a copy of the Universal Parcel Post Map, published by us, which enables you to
determine the parcel post charges from any post-office to another.
This Parcel Post Free Delivery permits the delivery of practically all purchases, anywhere in the
United States, by Parcel Post, at no greater cost than if shopping in person directly over our counters.
Parcels weighing four ounces or less, provided the purchase amounts to
$1.00 or more, will be delivered FREE anywhere in the United States.
Parcels Weighing from 1 to 11 Pounds Will Be Delivered Free According
to the Following Table :
I First Zone
I CO miles of
1F-0 miles ofj
300 miles of
RIO miles of
1 lb 51.00: $2.00 $2.00 $2.00 $2.00 $2.00 $3.00 $3.00
2 lbs 2.00 2.00 3M 3.00 4.00 4.00 5.00 5.00
I 3 lbs 3M ' i!00 , 4M TOO 5.00 M0 TM 8.00
I 4 lbs .... Job" loo 500 600 6.00 &00 9.00 ' 10.00
flbTTTTT. 4M SM 'J ool) 700 8M 1O00 lToU 12.00
6 lbs 400 6M 700 800 SoO ilob" UM ' 15.00
Tibs J iioo Tbo i!oo i!oo 11.00 13.00 15.00 17.00
8 lbs j iioo 7!oo M io!oo 12.00 isioo 17.00 20.00
I 9 lbs i!bo soo I 10.00 12T00 . 13.00 iToo iiibo 22.00
III 10 lbs..... 7.00 TOO I 11.00 j 13.00 15.00 HUH) 21.00 24.00
III 11 lbs..... T.00 iobo j 12.09 14.00 MM 20.00 23.00 27.00
I BEBMK CETr
1. 000 miles ol
l.00 miles of
Seventh son Eighth Zona
Within More than
1.S00 miles ofiLno mil fnoi
Coffees with a Flavor
That Always Pleases.
In no product is quality more evident than
in coffee. People of discriminating taste will
appreciate the richness and flavor of real Ori
A trial of these Cornwell Coffees will con
vince you of their superiority :
Fine Old Mandehling, lb. . . , 38c
Real Arabian Mocha, lb 38c
Our Special Boston Blend, lb 28c
G. G. CORNWELL & SON, Inc.,
Phones Main 87S-876-877-678
Boys' and Girls' Magazine in Sunday's Herald Is the Best
This Store Will Be
CLOSED ALL DAY
In order that our employes may
enjoy the inaugural ceremonies.
PERCY S. FOSTER
' 1330 G Street
CLOSED ALL, DAY TO-DAY
DULIN G MARTIN OO.
The President and Mrs Taft last day
and night at the White House mere
planned to include m many social and
farewell events as possible. A number
of friends lunched Informally with Mrs.
Taft at. the White House, where Miss
Talt, who hod spent the morning re
ceding ar'l returning brief farewell
calls. Joined them.
In the afternoon Mrs Taft occupied I
on of the boxes on the reviewing standi
to witness the suffrage parade. She was I
accompanied by Mrs A. Garrison Mc-
Cllntock. Mrs. Horace Westcotr, fetid
The President-elect and Mrs. Wilson,
accompanied by the members of their
fin-lly. arrived nt the Shorham Hotel at
:15 o'clock jesterday afternoon. The
first automobile contained the President
elect and Mrs. Wilson. Mr. W. C EustU
and Dr. Pnse. who had escorted them
from the station. In the next automo
bile were the Misses Wilson and Col.
nlrch and Col. Cosby. Mrs Wilson
wore a severe but very chic suit
of black velvet, the skirt being cut
to escape the ground, and with It sho
wore a small black hat and sahle furs.
Miss Eleanor Wilson wore a. plainly
l-illored gown of tan broadcloth, with
red foc furs and a stall toque. Miss
Margaret was attired In a suit of blick
redid tilmm.Hl with braid, while Miss
Jessie looked very charming In c suit
of dark blue leliet.
Mrs. Wilson went Immediately to her
apartments, where, after a short talk
with the many relatives who were gath
ered there to greet her, she changed her
costume for one of black charmeuse. the
bodice exquisitely trimmed with rare
lace, an heirloom Sirs. Wilson explained.
Some one asked If this was a sample of
the gowns $1,000 a j ear would provide.
Oier this Mrs Wilson wore a loose wrap
of black and gold brocade. It was bor
dered with fur A large black picture
hat trimmed with one large yellow-brown
plume completed her costume. Col.
Cosby awaited the President-elect and
Mr. Wll30n in tho lobby and asslstfl
them Into the automobile, which took
them to the White House. At the en
trance Mrs Wilson was recelied by
President Taft, who offered her his arm
to escort her to tlie Green Room, where
Mrs. and Miss Taft awaited them. Lieut.
Rodger) and IJeut. St. John Greble, Jr.
were on duty at the Green Room. The
outgoing and Incoming; "first ladles"
spent about ten minutes in the most cor
dial conversation, which it Is understood
turned principally on the duties of
chatelaine, which the one was larinir
down and the other taking up..
Jirw lan woro a gown of em
broidered black saUn and a dog collar of
pearls. In which she had two hours
earlier recelied the chiefs of the Diplo
matic Corp and their wives about fifty
In all. Only the scene was changed, for
tho earlier rccepUon took place, in the
Ilea lioom. where tea nai served. Mrs.
Taft recelied the Diplomatic Corps alone
lor me i-resiaent and SIlss Taft. The
ladles of the Cabinet being present In
the. for them, unique role of callers.
It Is the first tlm that an out-going
Executiie and his wife hare received the
Diplomatic Corp en masse The chiefs
of the Diplomatic Corps, with the dean,
haie. In almost ciery Instance, made a
farewell call on tho President, and In
some Isolated occasions the wives of
the Ambassadors hare requested an
auOience with the Presidents wife. Mrs
Taft has many warm women friends In
the diplomatic set. and not a few tokens
or their esteem, in the shape of flowers,
were presented to her to-day. Mrs Taft
in her turn. Is said to have presented
her autographed photograph to a num
ber of the diplomatists- wires Some of
tlie carriages were Just rolling out as
the. President-elect and Mrs. Wilson ar
rlied. President Taft escorted Mrs. Wil
son to her car again with the same
gentle courtesy which ha so endeareii
him to the heart of the women of
The President and Mrs. Taft were the
guests of honor at a dinner given by
Sir. and Mrs William J. Boardman last
night. Four ears ago they also dined
with the fame, host and hostess
The Preldent-elect and Mrs Woodrow
Wilson and the Misses Wilson were en
tertained at dinner last night In the gold
room of the Shoreham Hotel by Mr. Wil
son's cousins. Mr. and Mr. John A. Wil
son. The guests were President-elect and
Sirs Woodrow Wilson. Miss Mnrcaret
WiIon. Miss Jesle Wilon. Miss Eleanor
Wilson, Mrs. Annie Howe, Miss Bone.
Mr. and Mr Joeph Wilson. Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Wilson, Miss Elizabeth Wil
son, Mr. Wayne Bleakley, Mr. and Mrs.
John McC. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs William
McC. Wilson, Miss Elizabeth McC. Wil
son. Sirs. S. N'. Leach. Sirs. Roger Lee,
Mrs. W. W. Stark. Mrs. Perrin Cothran,
Sir. Edwin Stark, Stlss Alice Wilson. Sir.
and Sirs. John A. Wilson, Sirs. Luce, Mr.
and Sirs. Fenn. Dr. Ashlev Axson, Sir.
Ynte. Sir. Edwin Wilson, and Sirs Mac-
China and Glass Store
Invites Inaugural Visitors
3E - '1 1 II I 1 - anegaC3a , -I B
To inspect its stocks, comprising what is con
cededly the most complete showing of the kind
to be found.
Here are displayed the world's finest produc
tion in China, Glass, Art Pottery, Bric-a-Brac,
Silverware, Lamps, &c a collection character
ized by unequal ed comprehensiveness, artistic
beauty, and exclusiveness of designs.
Included are many desirable articles suitable
for presentation as
Souvenirs of the National Capital
Special attention is directed to our collection of Plates, Cups, and Saucers which
are exact reproductions of the china used at the White House during the administra
tions of Presidents Washington, Lincoln, Grant, Harrison, and McKinley.
"This store makes a specialty of supplying the needs of HOTELS,
RESTAURANTS, COLLEGES, and other institutions, and extends a special
invitation to those conducting such to familiarize themselves with its su
perior facilities for handling this class of trade.
Dulin & Martin Co.
China, Class, Silver, Porcelain, Kitchen Utensils, &c.
1215 F St. and 1214-16-18 G St. N. W.
TASTE SO GOOD!
Chocolates and Bonbons
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
Largest Horning Circulation.
JUss Helen Taft was the guest 11
nhose honor tho Third Assistant Sec
rctary of State and Mrs. Chandler Hal
entertained at dinner last night.
Mme. Christian Hause cave a dinner
last niffht In honor of tho Attornev Gen
eral and Mrs. Wlckersham. Coers were
laid for twentj-four.
Kormor American Ambaa.ador to
Franco and Mrs. Henry White enter
tained at a larce dinner last night at
their residence In Crescent Place.
JHsa Flora Wilson, daughter of the
Secretary of Agriculture, gave a lunch
eon jesterday at tho New Wlllard. her
guests being June. Fczet, Scnora Dona
Luz Mendcz. Senorita Bamona Lefevre.
Mme. Christian Uauge. Mrs. Dlckerson
(wife of fornvr Secretary of War), Mrs.
Claudo Swanson. Mrs. Charles Thomas
(wife of Senator from Colorado), Mrs.
Henry r. DImock, Mrs. Herrlck of Paris,
Mrs. DeWItt Talmage, Mrs. William
Bailey Lamar, Mrs. Horace Bennett, of
Denver: Mrs. Ritchie, of Denver: Mrs.
Perry Heath. Miss Marie Brlce. of New
York; Mrs. Elmer Black, of New York;
Mrs. George W. Falrchild. MUs Grace
Aflen. of Ashovtlle, N. C; Mrs. N. "W
Harris, of New York; Mrs. Benjamin Ml-
cou, Mrs. Charles aiCK.enney, Airs. Kon-
alds-French, of London, and Mrs. Will
lam Bailey Horton, of Buffalo.
Mr. and Mrs. William McC. Wilson
entertained at dinner Monday night In
one of the prlatc dining-rooms at the
Shoreham, having as his guests Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Wilson, Mr. Edwin Wil
son, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred MoC. Wilson.
Miss Elizabeth Wilson, and Mr. Wayne
Blakcle and little Miss Elizabeth Wilson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs William McC. Wilson ar
rived from FranMln, Fa., esterday af
ternoon at the Shoreham and Joined tho
othr members of the Wilson family
there Mrs. Wilson Is well known In
Washington as Miss Celia Sibley, daugh
ter of former Representative J. C. Slb-
ey from Franklin. Pa.
Senator O Gorman was joined at the
Shoreham jesterdav b Mrs. O'Gorman
and the Mlsss O'Gorman.
Mies Kmlly lor. of Georgetown. M
lsiting In Jackeom ille, Fla . Mr. Will
iam I. Conard.
Mr. J. Wilon Woodrow and his slater.
Mrs. H. Woodrow Well's, of Denier,
cousins of Pieident-elect WiNon, are at
tlie Hotel Ponhdtan.
Miss Xiarj A. Welih. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henrj Randall Vrbl, has lsit
ing lier riurbig lhe inauguration th
Hisses Moore, of Heir York-Cttr, fla'ith-
tera of the Hon. John Baesett Moore,
and Miss Charlotte Baker, of Frederick,
.Md , daughter of Mr Joseph D. Baker,
of that place.
Mls Florence M. Cone, of Hartford,
Conn. Is !slllnc Miss Harrletto V.
Kern. 161? T Street Northwest, for the
Mr. Vaughn Howard, formerly of Wash
ington. D. C . but now connected with
the Emigration Bureau, of Charleston.
S. C. Is visiting his mother In this city
for the Inauguration
The Paint and Powder Club, of Baltl-mo-e.
will present "Florodora" at the
Belasco Theater Easter week. Fflday.
March 2S, for the benefit of the Christ
Child Society of this clt.
Representative and Mrs Sweet gave a
reception last night in compliment to
their house guests, the uovernor or Micn
igan and Mrs. Ferris, and Mr. and Mrs.
Edward O. Woo3. of Flint, Mich.
In their receiving party were Senator
and Mrs. William Alden Smith. Repre
sentative and Mr Doremu. Mr. and
Mrs. Charle. Vender, of Grand Rapids.
Mich . Mrs. Wallace Radrllffe. Judge fend
Mr." Montgomery. Miss Wood. Miss
Whltteman. and Miss Sweet. The Gov-
e-nor's staff was also In attendance, and
tho members of the Michigan militia In
the city were received first.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Caldwell entertained
at luncheon to-day at the University
Club In honor of Gov. Charles R. Miller
of Delaware nnd Mrs Miller, and Presi
dent Joseph Snaln, of Swarthmore Col
lege, and Mrs Swain, all the guests, as
well as the hosts, being graduates of
The decorations, which were of deep
red roses and whl'e lilacs, carried out
the college color.
The additional guesta were Represent
ative and Mrs. A. Mitchell Palmer of
Pennsjlvanla, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Knox.
Mr. and Mrs Frederick Pile. Miss Mil
ler. Miss Mario Davis, Thomas Cochran.
Thomas Miller, Secretary of State of
Delaware, and S. D. Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Edson Bradley will have
more than 600 West Point cadets and
officers at luncheon with them this after
noon. Forty girl friends of Mrs. Bradley
will assist her In the entertainment of
the cadets. It was the desire of Mr.
and Mrs. Bradley to have sotn members
of the families of tlie cadets meet them
at the luncheon, but the party would
have grown Into thousands, and they
were compelled to keep the list strictly
confined to the cadets and the forty
other invited guests.
The Vice President-elect and Mrs. Mar
shall were the guests of honor at a
dinner last night given by Mr. and
Mrs. John E. Lamb and Mr. and Mrs. T.
M. Foley, of Terre Haute. The Indiana
delegation In the Senate and House and
a few other Indiana people formed the
party, which was entertained at the
New Wlllard by the District branoh of
the Wilson and Marshall League.
The marriage of Mrs. Franklin Ellis
and Mr. Gist Blair, both prominently
Identified with fashionable society here
and in Cincinnati, took place yesterday
at noon In New York at the Episcopal
Church of the Ascension, Rev. Dr.
Percy Stickney Grant officiating.
Mr. Fenton Lawson gave his sister
in marriage, and Mr. Wlnslow was
best man for Mr. Blair.
Only a small family party and a
number of Intimate friends witnessed
the ceremon. among whom were the
bride's mother, Mrs. F. H. Lawson, of
Continued on Pace Eight.
At Fountains & Elsewhere
The Origins! and Genuine
MALTED MB LB
The Food-drink for All Ages.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorat r.j and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it.
qalck Innch prepared in n minnrc.
Not r AnMilk Trust
FOR more than half a
century Small's Flow
ers hac contributed to
the brilliancy of festivities at
tendant upon Presidential in
augurations and other occa
sions of note.
J. H. Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
HOST BEAUTIFUL THUTRE IX AMEBIC A
llHilT M&tL, 7Sc EiVa, Sa SOe. and im
w&scingtocri urate, iniursu uia
Tb World Fuboci Lifv-dArcy
JOHN F. CONROY
ItSDUISTWO UUIITFB aiiuliu.il
BEAtniKT.'L tmiCB HllnTn
"THE LMVS PARTY"
J DOOI-ET A UCSIOAL RirtTJE
STAItS. SIX OTHJJ1 bPIXMJID HTTS.
"THB UTTLB FA.IU9rVJE,'
2) Plwa-UU Own BU Hit.
C1IABIX3 FSOBUAN menu
A. W. PIVEROS Bt OomttfT.
Navf Vllalt.MiTS. WED. AD SAT.
"B' WWtSefl T SALE TBCBiTMT
CRAJtCXS rEOIllIAN imnu
In tb 6trMtloB&l Saccm
Bella Donna nSBS-
tfjCV Era. 3c, 35c. in4 903.
HVSBCIIII MlU.. All ScsU 2a.
Mmtlans Wrl. Tbun. and 8L
HOBEET EUESON'8 INDIAN DRAMA.
WHERE THE TRAIL IIVIIES
A PUj of Weston JUnds Lite.
N'ote Thwo Till be no rcatlnw TumOMj.
Xt Wert-McFADDECB FLATS.
G A Y E T Y
CLARK'S RUNAWAY 6IRLS
Will be Km twice tftilr
WITH THE BVnKK BROTHERS.
EXTRA THE DIAMOND PVLACfc
AND JlODkLM DE LUXE.
SPECIAL. TWO MIDNIGHT SHOWS.
JUrch 1 nd Mirch 4.
Nat Nrct Al Itrmi UtxutT HSo.
FOLLIES E DAY
With Ufrtxnd. Hay., tb. CUrer Comedienne,
SO PtOPLB AND V COAT.
Moo. ami Tues . 8lerial Midnight Shows.
W rrslllnjr Thursday- Eienlns;.
John Kifenis vs. John Lepark, to n Finish
Neit W THE NIAV CE.VTI.Kr "illll-S.
Ratimal lentcratic lall
On Pule it I Folltmlnc riarr!
fortri Hill Held IKHre. T. Arthur Smilh't, US
r "t n : Rot omc. Air.de nth t, tad Part
Road nw Exm tlte UW of National DfnwrraUr
AfottHn. mH flvw 12 10th 9t nw.
POORS OPEN T 8 O'CLOCK.
BALL. FROM O P. .!. TO 3 ... II.
BAJID OF FORTT PIECES.
Th Beet btor CYB.mny In Amrnca.
THE POI.I PLWEllH
Jtt Charles Klein 9ruutkxial Sucre.
UA1LY MATIN LZS. ESCFPT TCEHDAT.
Pric- Eremnrv. 23c. "Or. aod 5c
MibiuM, s azvl 50e
NBXT WTt K ' Tho Hlr to h Hnrxua."
To-morrow Matinee, 25c to H1.SO.
William A. Bradv. Ltd . Presents
BOUGHT AND PAID FOR
Br GEORGE DROADnCKST.
With Chirles Birfiman. Jnlia Dean, Suiranndwl
bj the Orifinal Cast.
N'othrox LUie It in Thnatnnl DiatorT.
EIT VEKK SBVTS NOW.
Tbe Orlslnal Cast la
BUNTY V STRINGS
Grakasa Moffafa Quaint Comodw.
ITo-nlsrht at 8.
Thnta. A Sat.
OM.Y MUSICAL SHOW I.V TOWJf
Klaw 4. Erlufrr Preunt
tie muir i anv
111 People lugateatei Orchestra
Nxt Wk s.it. New sn Sa.
The PoimUr Vinc Irish Tenor.
In the Dellntful Irish Bamann.
A Ma.tfr of th. Pin TlAet. COT.
, .ic. en Mle at Th.t.r. finah 1