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. Friday Syecul h
Fine Valeackatts Laces.
A large, pew consignment of
Fine German Valenciennes
Laces lias just been received, in
the latest and most attractive
spring patterns, and widths from
y to 3 inches; edges and inser
tions in matched designs and
odd. They are splendid quality
and a most exceptional value.
Special price, 60c dozen yards
Mala flocr-F it.
Friday Clearance of
Fine Picture Frames.
We are offering for Friday's
clearance one lot of handsome
picture frames,, in many attrac
tive patterns and colorings, in
serviceable widths; with stained
wood or gilt moldings. They are
frames that if made to order
would cost from 23c to $2.00
Marked for Remnant Day at low
Post Card size, oc and 10c
5 in.xT in. and 6 in.xS in., 10c
7 in.x9 in. and S in.xl0,rf715c
10 in.xl2 in. and 11 in.xli in.,
20c each. (
Larger frames, various sizes,
23c to 73c -each.
Fourth flocr-Tcsth s.
China Department '
1 yktzen Itaintil) Dcccratrd Arabian China
Cokitc 'cup. 13c rh. ere 3c
1 Daintily Dccvraltil CondratKd Milk J.r.
Ml Um COX
t Itidily Itccoratnl French China LV-mb and
Ilnreh Traji. tJisMlr imterfttt ; fL3 neb.
1 Richly IVcoratrU French China 8jrai Joffs
on r'. JL3 nctu nr $X3X.
1 lrruratnJ AuOrbn China bufir and Cream
s- wizar Lol flighUj imiwrfect; ;i 00.
1 Herniated FrmHi China Cracker Jar. low
share ?LSl Was JiSO.
1 Hand fainted IVcnrli China Teapot, bojir
aiKl frram Srt. C75. W'a SSJ0
C Grcvu and 5oVi Decorated China Breakfast
Il?tcv Sc each. Were 3Co.
3 IirivrUd Decorated hjrnp Jnss, 25c each.
1 tUhly Dccoratrd Austrian China Cake
I'jatff. 13c rath. WTeSr.
3 Imiwtcd Tea, Tiles, metal framea; 25c
cato Were 50c
j Drcorztrd Kern Dish, hamg tb&xtlj Imper
ial Sc Was $U0l
I Iaintilr Decorated Chocolate Pot. SLCO.
1 Rk-hly Dccmted Footed Vase. UJA. Was
1 Dtmratcd Austrian China Falad Bowl. Uc
t Deroratrd IVrneh China Mt Ptahea, I5c
carl, Were 1U.
HatiUM China Larse iloatt or Turkey
11 1 tier. SOTO. Was 9HU0.
1 White-and tUM UarQand China Butter
Di-b, Jl CO. WuSlTS.
1 ;rrnand-f:oU HaTiland China Mijonnatse
l'owl. ,.. Was JT.50,
. Imiurted Coicrcd Min. JL50 each. Were
1 Kirhhr Decorated Thne-joece Frencii China
11k dim t. slightly irfrrt . $133. W as SS Oil
3S D.nnrr, lUtc. assorted lattema. hand
sorely deowatcd. 3e each Were 3Cc
13 Kiclilj Dccoratrd Frcndi China Coreml
Ihsbes. Sc each. Values, H00 to CTO
Aworted 11aIr Art Ffeure. bronze finish,
Vtc each. alne. TSc.
I ith floor 1! rt
A Sire DauaHte.
Every Tnttitj asd FrMajr Etcub
Dance from 19 P. M. to 1 A. M. ,
Daace aad Sapper, SI per person.
'Cards apon applicatieB at ce.
Q Persons who fail to receive cards by Mail may obtain
same by letter or personal application to fice. ,
QFor parties of four or more at lJ5t per person, oar
tazicabs (holding, fnnr parsons) and."aato" btu (holding
six to twelre persons) will call at r given point, theater or
home, at hour designated, and retorn each indrridnal to
their respective home after the dance within, the city
limits. Arrangements should he made in advance for this
Pa. Ave., 18th, -and H St. Cliford M. Lewis, Manager.
jnssorrai society program.
Icmrph IV. Folk Will Speak Tomor
row lKht at nanwher'a.
Tim Missouri Society will meet at
Raukcher'a tomorrow night at 8 o'clock.
An Interesting program has been pre-
Z pared. Including an address by Joseph
P& t W. Folk. Solicitor ot the State Dcpart-
"5 merit: a reading irom urowning or
Mrs. Thomas iimallwood; musical num
bers upder-the direction ot Miss Pearl
The officers of he society are: Pres-
,dont. Otis W, Wyattr nrst vice presl- J
lent. TKomas U Rubeyi second vice
jreaident, Mrs. Sarah T. -Andrew;. secre -
, I J.V. " y - -an -
FrkUf Snecial ar
Wmici's Tan Lule Hate.
Fine . Quality Imported Tan
Lisle Thread Hose for women,
with double soles and high
spliced heels; 50 dozen pairs at
nearly one-third less than regu
25c pair. Regularly 35c
iliin Soor-G at.
Friday Special m
Women's Ribbed Lisle
40 dozen Women's Swiss Rib
bed Lisle Thread Vests, in two
ctvlfkclrtiif nL firirl ennrt
sleeves and low neck and no"4
sleeves, with wide or narrow
straps. Tliey are very fine qual
ity and ideal for present wear.
Special' price, 23c each.
iUin floa-G u.
Friday Specials in
150 Hand-embroidered Han
kerchief Linen Baby and Slum
ber Pillowcases; very fine and
dainty material, embroidered in
many beautiful designs; size
12x16 inches; priced lower than
the usual rouslin ones.
.'Jil.OO, $1.25, $1.50, and $2 each.
Values, $1.G5, $2, $2.50" and $3.
A sample line of Tea Cloths,
Tray Cloths, Doilies, and Tow
els; a very excellent assortment,
nearly every one of a (different
l-4 to 1-3 less regular prices.
10 Round and Square Table
Covers, lace trimmed, hand
drawn and hand-embroidered ef
fects; 43x34 inches; $2.50 and
$3 each. Were $3.75 and $4.50.
btcond floor Llercnth at.
Friday Special in
Oak Dining Chairs.
A lot of Grained Oak Saddle
Seat Chairs, with panel backs;
suitable for dining-room, bed
room, or kitchen; $1.23 each.
And the following:
I Full EtH-trm Rnd CLiira. wish one rU;
CJG.lrh. Wrre ILK.
I Crd Court ltti frit mittrM. OijbUx dun
linl.JlOOO. W CiOO
1 SobJ on lull scat, ana mime to maun;
1 QnartrrvJ Oak IttifTet, in colonial Unifn.
1 ltmlaTP Maph- unnonlcr. utcnuy cam
atrd. SCJ1. 'Mat tS.00.
I Toiln Table U BinlVrjrp Iapl, J1L50.
1 SohJ Maliccanr Bnvins Tablr, vlih srnuine
maninetry Up. tT SO. Waa S1S.09.
I Hne Carrol Armchair of HcJid Oak, with
r-rmlTW leather .cat. R.00. Waa JliOO.
i MWmn-nnish ltion Table, villi chair, t.T5.
3 !oh'i Mahocanr IHninfcom chairs, with
blip leather srata. KS each. Were tTV)
1 10-raece. Circaaian alnit Dimcrroom
Snite. constating of buffet, china cJoact, atrring
tabic, extrnaun tat le. and aix chair, . of hand.
HOiuelr marked wood. I2D0.CQ. Uaa 3 00.
Bath floor U at.
tary, Herbert Newsom; treasurer. Otis
J. Singleton. The chairmen of commit
tees arc: Speakers, John F. Beal; en
tertainment. Miss Pearl Robison; recep
tion. L. P. Shldy: refreshments, G. A.
Lcavltt; finance. S. H. Ridings.
Will Oppose Allen Appeal.
Any effort that may be made to bring
about the pardon by Gov. Stuart, of
Virginia, of Friel Allen, the joungest ot
the Allen clan that engaged In "shooting
up" the (Courthouse at HillsvlHe. Va., In
1512, jgifl he opposed, according to the
statement yesterday of I. C Foster.
brother of Commonwealth's Attorney W.
ii. Poster, who was killed in the shooting
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5ccieY"2)oln8Sin atib lAroutid
HI 'S Jtatiottal (Lapital
Mr. Wilson IndisposeA
Hits Margaret WUson spent yesterday'
Mrs. Woodrow Tilsorf was guest of
honor at the dinner given last night
by the Postmaster General and Mrs.
Bnrleson. Owing- to a slight Indisposi
tion the President was unable to attend.
The Vice President and Mrs. Thomas
R. Marmhiill were the guests of honor
Wat a dinner last night given by Brig. Gen.
and Mrs. Albert L. Mills at their homo
In K street.
The other gueits wrr Senator and Mrs.
Gilbert M. Hitchcock. Brig. Gen. ana
Mrs. Ernest A. Carllogton. Interstate
Cdiiimerco Commissioner and Mrs.
Charles McChord, and CoL, and Mrs. W.
The Russian Ambassador and Mme.
Balchmrteff entertained at a dinner last
night at the embassy In the Avenue of
the Presidents In honor of the Secretary
of State and Mrs William Jennings
Br) an. -
The giiests tnlted to meet them were
the Brazilian Ambassador and Mme. l.i
Gama, . the Minister of Argentina and
Mme, .Naon, the Assistant becretary or
the Nnvy and Mrs. Franklin D. Roose
velt, Representative Henry Flood. Mr.
and Mrs. Larx Anderson, Mrs. William
F. Draper, Mrs. Thomas Bayard, Mrs.
Thomas F. Walsh. Col, and Mrs. Henry
May, Mr. and Mrs. Gist Blair, Mr.
Henry White. Mr. and Mrs. Kdward
Bcale McLean, Miss Mary Patten, th
Counselor of the Russian Embassy and
Mme. Schertotikoy, the Naval Attache of
the Russian Lmbassy and Mme. Vassl
lleff. Mr. Aullok Palmer, and Mr. WillUm
The Ambassador of Austria-Hungary
and Mme. Dumba entertained at a "din
ner last night at the embassy In Con
necticut avenue. In honor of the Ger
man Ambassador and Countess vun
The company Included the Portuguese
Minister. Viscount de Altc. Senator Ellhu
Root, Mr. and Mrs. Georgu Vanderbilt.
Mrs. George on L. Meyer, Mrs. Hope
Plater. Mrs. Thomas K. Itughlin, Count
ess Glzycka. Mr. Algam. charge d'af
falres of the Mexican Embassy: the Hun
Ernest Pcott. first secretary of the Brit
ish Embassy, and Mr. om Rath, at
tachCof the German Embass).
Swedish Minister Host.
The Minister of Sncden and Mme.
Ekengren were hosts last night at a din
ner, one of a scries which they are giv
Ing at their hospitable home in N street.
Their guests were the Mlni-ter of the
Netherlands and Mme. tan Rappanl, tlio
Minister of Belgium and. Mme H.iienlth,
the Counselor of the Italian Embassy
and Mme. Catalan!, the Military At
tache of the Spanish Embjiwy and Se-
rura Dona I.ulsa Urunien de 1 rcullu.
Mrs. Julian James. Mrs. George Mer
rill.' Mrs. John Jackson, Miss Helen Pat
ten, Commander Maximilian Ilurstyn. na
val attache of the Austro-IlunKuri.ui Em
bassy; Baron Karl on Freudenthal, at
tache' of the Austro-Hungarian Embassy;
Mr. Marcel! Viti. of Philadelphia, and
Count Ciaes Bonde, secrctarj' of the
largation of Sweden.
The Secretary of the Na and Mrs.
Daniels last night entertained at dinner
for Capt. W. F. Fullam, U. S. Jf., anil
Mrs. Fullam. who are to go to AnnapoliH
where t'apt. Fullam will le commandant
of the Naval Acadeim. The guest were
Capt. and Mm. Fullam. I)r F S Nash.
I' S. N.. and Mrs. Nash. Capt. Joseph 1
Janc. 1 K N.. and Mr Jane. fapt
A. t" Interhalter. II. S. N.. and .Mrs.
Wlntcrhalter, f rmer Surgeon Gen C F.
Stokes and Mrs. Stokes, Mr nnd Mrs.
Ira E. Bennett, and Mr. and Mrs. Jainei
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Mrs. Richard Townsend entertained at
a dinner last night at her residence In is-ne u cimrmnc tea esterday afternoon
Massachusetts avenue,; followed fay ji ,he home of Mrs. jjeeO. In Blltmore
dincc to which were Invited additional .,., rr.., ' until : nvi,wtr
guests. A seated supper was Served at
midnight. Tho house was beautifully
decorated with white lilacs and Ameri
can Beauty roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Hennen Jennings gave
dinner last night at their home In
Representative and Mrs. Thomas C
Thacher entertained at dinner last even
ing Miss Britton. Mr. Wilson. Miss Ruth
Wales, Mr. J. Compton Smith, the Misse
Whiting. MaJ. Logan. Mis Gladys In
galls. the Misses Thacher, Mr. John
White. Sir. Stedman-Hanks. Mr. Frank
lin Ellis, and Count de Sartlges, of the
Tho Officers' Club at the. navy jard
was the scene of a brilliant dance lavt
night, when the commandant and the
officers on duty there entertained at the
first hop of the season. Nearly all thj
dancing contingent in army and navy
circles and smart socletv at the National
Capital were among the hundred and
Capt. Hilary Jones, U. S. N.. command-
ant of the navy yard, and his sister. Miss
Jones, received, assisted by the olllcevs
of the hop committee and their who.
The members of the committee are Com
mander Chester Wells. U. S. .": Paj mas
ter Wood. IJ. S. N.: LieuL Weaver, U. S.
N.: Lieut. Ramond Rodgers, U. S. N :
LieuL Rhodes. V. S. N.; Lieut. Todd, and
Capt, Vulte, IT. S. SI. C.
The Navy Yard Band and the band of
the U. S. S. Mayflower played alternately,
so that dancing was continuous. Buffet
refreshments were served during the
Passed Assistant Surgeon and Mrs.
Walter"... Bloedorn entertained at a din
ner last night at their quarters at the
navy jard preceding the dance at tho
Their guests were benator and Mrs. C.
S. Thomas, of Colorado; Rear Admiral
and Mrs. Bradley Fiske, Justice and Mrs.
Charles Robb. Capt and Mrs. Mason
Gullck. Miss May, and Mr. Lawrence O.
Dinner on the Mayflower.
The officers of the V. S. S. Ma) flower
gave a dinner on board last evening in
he nor of Mrs. Wrey G. Farwell, wife of
Surgeon Farwell, U. S. N., who Is visit
ing Capt. and Mrs. N. P. Vulte at their
quarters In the navy yarn, l.aicr ine
nartv attended the navy jard hop. Those
present were Sirs. Wrey G. Farwell. Mrs.
N, P. Vulte. Miss uosiwicK. ot Phila
delphia: Miss Dickman. Mis Maltland
Marshall. Mrs. Alston Simpson, Mt-3.
Charles Hagncrr-Capt. N. P. Vulte, U., S.
! M. C.: Ensign Kelly, U. 8. N.; Lieut.
WIrgman. Ii. S. M. C.: Lieut, Knaus.
IT. S. N.; Paymaster Knapp, U. S. N.:
Lieut, London. U. S. N.: Lieut, Todd.
IT. S. Nrt Dr. Rantdcll. U. 8. N.; Enlgn
SJmpson. L.-S. N.: Lieut, Potcct U. S.
N and Mr. Charles Hagner.
Mr. John BarrctL director general of
the Pan-American Union and Mr. and
Mrs. Francisco J. Yancs entertained at
a dellghtful'rcceptlon last night at the
Pan-American Building. x
The bcautful building was charmingly
decorated for the occasion and an orches
tra plajcd In the Hall of the Americas
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where many cf the; guests enjoyed In
formal dancing. Buffet refreshments were
served during the evening.
Viscountess d'Azy,' Mrs. George Howard,
and Mrs. Preston Gibson received the
guests at the Thursday afternoon tea
dance at the Playhouse yesterday. Boern
stcln orchestra played the latest tangoes
and hesitation waltzes, and between the
dances, tea was served at daintily ap
Mr. Hanlet von Haimhausen. counselor
of the German Embassy, who has spent
several months in Europe, has sailed for
this country on the Kronprlzessln. On
Ills arrival. In New York he will come
direct to Washington.
Invitations are being issued to a ladles
reception at the Commercial Club Thurs
day. February , from 4 tot.
The object of the event Is to afford thi
ladles an opportunity to see the new
home of the club.
A beneOt dance will be given for Holy
Cross Academy at the Cairo Wednesday.
Mrs. Mllford Wortham, of New Yorki
Is visiting her father. Mr. R. E. Parker,
for a few das at his home, 1CSS Rhode
CoL George Goethals. recently appoint
ed governor of the Canal Zone, has left
there en route to Washington.
Mrs. William Jennings Urjan was tho
guest of honor at a luncheon jestenlay
given by Mrs. William Bailey I.amar.
vlfe of former Representative Lamar, of
Gtorgia, at, Itauschers.
The luncheon was served at a .large
square table which was decorated with
a centerpiece of shaded pink carnations
and snap-dragon, and the place cards
bore a tiny engraved head of Abraham
Invited to meet Mrs. Bryan were Mrs.
Burleson. Mrs. Joseph It. Lamar. Mrs.
Osborne. Mrs. John Itaxsett Moore. Mrs.
Joseph W. Folk, Mrs. John .Skclton Will
iams. Mrs. . Charles II. Howry. Mrs.
David Jajne Hill, Mrs. Stephen Ii.
Elklns, Mrs. Burton Harrison, Mrs.
Samuel Spencer, .Mrs. George Ilowlail'l
Chase, Mrs.'Wulsli. Mrs. Mare, Mrs. T.
ileWItt Talmage, Mm. J. William Henry.
Mrs. George W. Falrchild, Mrs. Adolph
C Miller. Mrs. Thurston Rallaro. Mrs.
Charlet C McChord. Mrs. I. T. Mann,
Mrs. William Corcoran Hill, Mrs. II. T
!!. Harris: Mrs. John Miller Morton, of
Buffalo. N. Y . Mrs. Dclos Blodgett.
Mrs. Charles G. Matthews, Mrs. Robert
Lansing. Mrs. Sheldon Evans. Mrs.
Thropp, Mrs. Elmer Black, of New
York; Mrs. Cole, and Mrs. Warner, nf
Nashville. Term.: Miss Claire de Graf
fenreld. Miss Kibbey. Miss Hagner.
Mis Flora Wilson, Mrs. Co), and MUs
The Society of Ma) flower Descendants
of the District will hold its February
meeting Tuesday evening, February 17,
at the Washington Club, in I street, at
which place the meetings of the society
are Wing held This seaon. As usual, an
Interesting prognim l"1 been arranged,
having among the peakers of the even
ing Gen. Greel anil Gen. Leonard Wood,
members anil otlicers of the society; the
governor general of the society, CoL
Thomas S. Hopkin: Dr. Mles Standlsh.
of Boston, and Mr. W. W. Iryile. of Hart
ford. Following the addresses, there will
be mulc anil a buff t supier. A large
numlier of Invitations have been issued
Mrs. Lane, wife of the Secretary of the
Interior, entertained at a luncheon party
yesterday at her home In Wjomlng ave
nue. Her guests were Mrs. Houston.
Jin. Newland. Mrs Ira C Coplr). Mr.
Shane. Mrs. A. F. Fechteler. Mrs. Hugh
Wallace. Mrs. Marshall Field, Mrs. Boy-
en. anil Miss liegeman.
Hostesses at Large Tea.
Mrs. Ilenrj L. Mjer. wife of Senator
j.Mjirs. of Montana, and Mrs. James A.
i,.j ..f .n!,nr n.a r Ml...,nrl
Au-tlnir in receiving the gurst and
dispensing the hospitalities of the after
noon were Mrs. Duncan V. Fletcher and
her daughter. Mrs. Kemp: Mrs. Thomas
J Walsh. Mrs. Atlee Pomercne, Mrs.
Brant, Mrs. Joseph W. Folk. Mr. J. J.
Dirkiuton. Mr. Eugene Klnkead. Mrs.
I'red A Hritten. Mrs. James II. Patten.
Mrs Thomas, Mrs. John E. Raker, and
Mis Genevieve Walsh.
In the reception hall red tulips and
fern formed the decorations, and in the
music and drawing room e!low tulips,
jonquil", spring buds, and palms were
used, while In the dining-room ferns and
smilax, with a huge basket of violets,
pink suret peas, and mignonette formed
A. A. Jonc. First Assistant Secretary
of the Interior, and Mrs. Jones .ntcr
taincd at dinner Tuesday evening at the
Womlng In' honor to Gov. W. C Mc
Donald, of New Mexico. Their guests
were Vice Prcldi nt and Mrs. Marshall,
Secretary and Mr. Lane. Mr. and Mrs.
Mcl-allan, of Indiana. Mrs. Andcron.
nnd Judge G. A. Richardson, of New
Mexico Representative and Mrs. Peter Goelet
Gerry entertained at dinner at their home
in Mahsachu'-ett avenue last night In
compliment to the Spanish Ambassador.
The party later attended Mr. RhhanI
Mrs. S. K. Sullivan, Mrs. Charles
Roach, and Mrs. J. Garrett, of Friend
ship Heights, are arranging an "Auc
tion Five Hundred and Euchre" party
for the benefit of SL Ann's Church, to
be held nt the Ebbitt on Tuesday,
February 51. 1911, from - to I o'clock.
M'. and Mrs. Edson Bradley have
arrived at the Shorcham to spend some
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry Stone en
tertainedat a dellchtful reception at their
home on M street jesterday aftermon.
The house was charmingly decorated for
the occasion, and the rooms were
thronged with distinguished callers.
Mrs. John Blair. Mrs. W. E. French
and Mrs. George J. New garden presided
at the handsomely appointed tea
table. Mr. and Mrs. Stone were assisted
In receiving bj the Misses McLaughlin,
of New York: Mrs. Brlnton Stone, Mrs.
Joseph Thropp. Mrs. Thomas II. Stevens,
Mrsv-Douthirt, Mrs. N. S. Lincoln. Mrs.
Knorr. Mrs. George L. Andrews. Mrs.
Henrj- Clifford Stuart and Miss Alice
Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Hamilton, of New
York Citj". are gLcsts at the Hotel Pow
The marirage of Miss Mnrj- McCabe.
daughter of Mr. James !. McCabe. and
Mr. Charlet Miller Harris will take place
at noun tomorrow" In the chapel of the
Church of trie CovcnanL Rev. JJr. Charles
Wpodx will perform the, Ceremony, which
will be? attended, onljbj- tnembers-of the
famlllesv A large ' reception will fellow
at the Sborrhnnv't rom, 1 to 3 o'clock
after which Mr. 'irafrls. and his bride
will leave for a wedding trip.
Mrs. Robert II. Glttlris. wife of Rep-
resentativc Glttins,' of rew York, .has
as her guest at Congress Hall. Mioses
! Clare and Mamie Glttins, ot "" JV'ork,
MRS. RUSSEir SAGE, whojhas
bought handsome estate in Lou
"Joun County, Va. '
Mrs. Russell Sage has decided to
spend her declining jears on a
handsome country" residence at
Middleburg. Loudoun Count), Va
according to a report from there
iesterday.Shc has purchaseil a
tract of ICO acres, and will begin
to erect Immediately a large house.
The ground cost more than $10,000,
and tho residence will cost approx
and Mrs. P. V. Walsh, of Niagara
Falls. They came down to attend the
reception at the White House last)
night and the tel Mrs. Tiller Is giving
Mrs. Glttins this afternoon. '
Miss Virginia Miller, f the Itocham
beau, will not receive this afternoon.
Mrs. It. Rollins Morse entertained at a
Mme. l'rynado, wife of the Dominican
Minister, wll not receive Ua
Mrs. Allien Sidney Burleson, wife or
the Postmnster General, will not lecclvo
again until after I-nt.
A liridge and n, the dansant for the
benefit of the Day Nuner) and Chil
dren's DIspensar) will be given at the
Hotel Raleigh tonight at &.30 o clock. I
The patroneses are Sirs. W. E. An-,
drews. Mrs. H. II llazen. Mr. William I
French. Mrs. A. 11 Ilels. Mrs. L. It.
N)e, Mr. E. II Scnines. Mr. II. t!
Knessi. and Mrs. ' Dodge. Fluor com-.
mittee, Mr. Clarence Dodge. Mr. Jcvsc
Finley, Mr. Clifford Bang. Mr Bert N)e,
Mr. 1- S. Wolf, nnd Mr. 11. Graham.
Mr. and Mrs. William J Youngs nnd
Miss Younes, of Ojster Bay, N Y. an
spmding the week In Washington and
are at the Hotel Powhatan
Mrs. James W. Ormu entertained at
luncheon, followed by bridge, yester
day In honor of Mrs. Georgu Robin
son Hackle), hotie gmst of Repre-
sentatire nnd Mrs. William Schley
Howard, of Georgia. The other guets
wero Mr.. Robert Henry Glttins. of
Tti Vrtrlr" l.u JIm( tf "l..l.tIo
Mis. Samuel J. Trlblile. of Georgia.
Mrs. TlieocIr. II. Tiller. Mrs. Etha
Patter-ton GrIRith. -Mrs. John ?. I"op-
j ham. Jr. Mr. Robert Bruce Emerson,
I Mrs. Henry II. llazen. Mrs. George M
U.-w nn.l XI.... U'llK.n. I..IiIb. II......
ard, of Georgia.
Tea This Afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs Theodore Tiller will en- ,
lertaln this after noon nt a tea in I
uouur oi iui-. iiuucn ii viituiis, .-
of Ilepreriitatlte (.lulu", of New
Ycirl- MU Airnea lUrt WlWon will!
stand In the receiving line
Those assisting .Mrs Tiller will be
Mrs. Charles II. Smith, of New York,
Mrs. William S. Howard of Georgia;
Mrs. Samuel J. Tribble of Georgia;
Mrs. ilackley. Mexho Cltv , Mr. John
Stephens, of Texas. Mrs. Philip P.
Campbell, of Kansas Sirs Etha !
Griffin. Mrs. Arthur Rnmsej, Mrs.
T,M.., 4W...a ll. r:.nrWi Phumn
Clark. Miss Marcia Murdock. and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Knopf reached here
on Frldaj from lioston, and are regis
tered at the Hotel Powhatan.
Mr. Osrar Wilkinson, of t'd Sixteenth
street, will not receive this afternoon.
Mrs John N Mcvnon. (; Varnum
street, was hotes nt a prettj luncheon
Wednesday in loinpliinent to -Miss Mar
garet Aiken, of Gemeo. N Y.
PRESIDENT IS ILL
WITH COLD AGAIN
Remainsin Bed and Cancers Official
Engagements on Advice of His
President Wilson again Is ill at the
White Houe. Diagnosis ot the ccun
idaln points to a recurrence of the at
tack of grip vvhhli kept hlljft indoors
early In I)ecemler Some iinl(isines is
expressed lest there be mo); Terlous
complications, brought about by ovcr
vvorJt and nervous tension.
Dr. Cary T llrajson. the Prc-idenf
personal phjslelan. kept the jiatlcnt In
bed most of the day and ordered all offi
cial engagement cancelled. Willi the ex
ception of a visit f n in Gov. Fielder, of
New Jersey, whom the President insisted
Officials at the White House are In
clined to make light ofvthe Indlspoltion
of the Chief Kxequtlve. "A slight cold
In the throat." as the comment of bec
It Is believed that tho illness was con
tracted at Tuesday night's reception at
the White House. The rooms were close,
and at the President's suggestion win
dows were opened, creating a draft.
SOUTHEKN SOCIETY BANQUET.
Tho annual banqfiet ot the Southern
Society will be given at the Raleigh Hotel
Wednesday evening, April 15. The ptcsl
dent of the socletv, Claude N. Ueiinctt.
jesterday announced the following ban
quet 'committee. Dr. Clarence J. Owen.
Ai.l.nn... tinnalnr Iltike Smith. lltlll.
Hilary A." Herbert, ltev. George W. At-1,
klnson. Dr. Wlckilrte Row. Mrs. Jobephus ('
Daniels. Mrs. unnraii c. r-ietciiur, ai-s.-
AsburyF. Lever, and Mrs. Harriet T.
Tiro Southern fcoeietj now numbcra IJ.UJ
members. The number of covcrf will lie'
j limited to St- T.ie h.nMr.it will b one
i of 'the most notable functions of the
EMurP 'ryUS?HBjf,Sbal I
. Airjion: DDwia'' wiaiifiwiY. "
Xoeail Assorlailloia of attest. Mmrjm
Arrangements have been completed
by the Washington-Mount St. Mary's
Alumni Association for the annual din
ner to be held al the Raleigh next
Wednesday evening. A larger number
than usual la expected to attend, to
offer congratulations to Rt. Rev. B. J,
Bradley, president of the Institution,
who has lately been made a .domestic
prelate. Other members of the faculty
and alumni from Pittsburgh. Balti
more, and elsewhere have accepted In
vitations to be present.
The officers of the association are:
Leo F. Stock, president; F. Mi Ward,
vice president; W. J. Tharn. secretary
and treasurer; D- .W. Baker, James
Francis Smith. andRichard A. Malone.
Bohemia last year grew 3tt acres ot
A Dish Known Only to the
Our Rough and Ready Roast
101G Pa. Ave X. W.
SEATS NOW SELLING
NATIONAL KS Feb. 16
KVK.MJG AT 8 MI HIP-3IATI.NEKS AT S MIIIU
Telephone Orders Mnspendcd Darins TnU K(atrmrat
KI.AW KRLANGER Pre.es t
The UIDhfol 3Iualeal Comedy
Itook asil Lyric by
C M. Si. MeClellaa.
Jlnsle by Ivan Caryl I.
Author and Composer of
-mi: immv nor" and
-TUB LITTLE CAFIT
TOB tiniGI.NAI. CST OF 100
Which Characterised lis Alt-1 ear
Ron In .Vrir York Last
Frank Mclntyre Octavla Broske
hcott Welsh. Grace Edmond.
Geo A. Beane. Stella Hoban.
Frank Doane Helen Raymond
sitini: vnotT -tin: on:
SEATS NOW SELLING
Tnnlsht at H:tS
In Victor Herbert a laitrancins 'lera
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nnciihSTUi or a
npytwfFKI rrT esi c unui
i, mj ofcaii watt nwn
A. II WOODS I'icarnta
THE CRHOLINE GIRL
A 3IrtrTT Frre wih Music tr (rttu ..MirthM
. Air tltlet u ai-4tl br a cat vt uiniur
Hunrfs i:rnlns at SttTL
'ilnmUr Matlnre at :".
I'OMtlHrljr l.aNt Apprarnnrr f
' I'rleesi s. T.'.e. r.Qe. 3e. .Noit "Jellfac.
B.F. KEITH'S S
UsU 25c Eve., 25 to 75c
AniHIn, Munc. Arm and KalUx & Co.
Wrltlnstun trow V I.oIm Jii"rphlnf.
Voli.nl. Aallrr un Tlnint. Perry . '
Kannfftrtl. Olltrr Popular Premiere Hits.
Dannanfr, 5 to 0 nnd tt t 1Z 31
A" Great hiu of This week,
et MffU'n niUitlarM, The Careen
lleetle. Ila to. l.8e.k'N lhree
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BELASCOLMAT. 25c $1.50
TONIGHT 8:20 SAT. LAST3.TIMES
Tin: m:mvn iiiiiCBsT mlmcal
aAT;.! "THE WEDDIfiG KILUT'
riiti.' : iktv (;im;i:ii.
NEXT WEEK SEAra riOrv SELLING
A MARGARET H
Jlon. anJ TlHir" NUIits Ti-s. awl Fit. MiM
an.1 W.J. Mat. anl !Mt t
TWELFTH NIGHT AS YOU LIKE IT
WMncwlJT ami battmLiy Nlfthto
THE TAMIHS- 4& SHREW
AT TI1K COL1 MI1IA THK1TKH.
Sunday. Feb. I. 11L n o'clock. P. 31.
I'rdtr anrir?s t National Conaiea,inal Ccinmit
tea of National AmerUan Woman Miffraze .VMoeia.
ticn in eekbraticn ef tte tirtlslar of Mnan It -Vd-tlirar.
U'. -Vnrai II. na and otlur ctlebrale.1
35 CENTS A FOUND
SUPERIOR TO ANV OTRER YOU
can ay? at "- nvr-
. fgygje WaOt Ads
Always Bring Results
w V CI .7 UQ JTi
keepers .DOOR MATS.
AH sizes: plain coCoa: orlo
from J1.I5; colored borders; ste
wire- and rubber. i7-
Does not .make the the dust :
but absorbs It and polishes ts
Large size for automobiles, ii
Outdoor Food Safes for wlnb
use, SJ.T3. m ,. f
Swings on a hinca from wrlia&
dow. Made In weatherproof gat.
uliiuirs iiic cuvaiiiK ui iiocara
meal while attending to other do-. I
ties. &ave ruei and cooks loon, i
Dulin &lMart!n CoV
I'oreelala. Cblaa, Ulas
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St.
Tb Pink Lady." It was
the blsrest musical conxdr
hit of the past three years.
eat 3londar nlffft bnnzs to
you "Oh" Oh! Delphlne," by
tho urn brilliant autt-or
aiul composer. Their first
work set tho pace for musi
cal comedy In this country
and "Oh Oh' ulpruae-'
quickena that pace. Its
inelodlea are more fetching.
Its siorr Is gayer and
lajra droll, and Isuehter Is
entwine! aroun lis charac
ters from the moment tVr
am Introduced to you until
the nasi curtain fall
And then there s ih. ,lrl
chorus there's alwar a Ctrl
chorus tn musical comMiea
but IMi Is the prettiest and
smarleat that erer JanceJ
ita dainty way Into tho
hearts of ibeatrezoera
NATOINAL TOWICHT. 8:15
COUAS ANt) IIAItr.13 Prevnt
I' The Ionaiot Farce of i Ccntrar.
! STOP THIEF
m:t vi:i:i-iiii: qui dhi.piii.mi
.' Thursday at 1:30 I". 31.
Ih n loloo crh. X!. Ii
t!ia Jla Hi d. W lo.1ia Jlarc
C R lixl.a. Mrcj V). Jin
Course tlcacli. H V C No seBiiir.
MATINEE AT 3 ARC
i NIGHT AT 8:15 THE MilDOFORLEAIS
blnpra-lou sjcrta"I in lit lart lrodacti
M:TS ICiaslM 3c anil TOc.
ji Piiilsr Poll Plnrr Titlee llally la
"THE LITTLE PhIHISTER"
! eat Week
"Mary Jane's Pa"
TODAY AT 2 P. Rfl. .
LY' PEItl'UItMAACE OF
CHICAGO GRAND OPERA CO.
" In l.alm
I l ills tl.a jn.s maat ral anal t rialih tiitn rnrarifsl
iaifi'", ,rKr ?,,;re"S
tinruro ivvi rni y irt-i rntvTii'uui,
I ittottoTrriis3n atxl t"ra tsiutu NhvU
rdiMtor CUM ITI.-TI KM
SEAT SALE AT BOX OFFICE
THE LIBERTY GIRLS
With MAT KENNEDY
ix two skvy r.tjiii.tgi es
NEXT WERK-Beauty. Youth and Folly
TwkrtiwJ0. Jixo. HcitT Arthur Smith. VE7
r trH. In iJaoJfr & Wijirin'i.
Grand Oprnloc Feb. 1G (Urnlas).
The AwericaM Thesfter
Kleventh St. nnd Perm. Ate. X. W.
Toe Dlz Ubze In VandtiiUe anl MotkD ISctuira.
Vholeuni Amusement tor the Whulo Kamily
ADMISSION, 10 CENTS
Ul'tCMM; UKbK, tUPEylAI HAL i'KU-JRAil.
AltCAUE DALUtOOM. 3D KtOOK, EVE11Y
haluiJu tucini. ty Achcr's daneii's claaa. AH 1
daaers taoshl : claaaea modiij anu rrsiar eirninja.
irC 10IU at. as. jtaUtliabed BOX North 73.
M1S UAISnALU :CB t S. N W.-ALL TUB tl
Utct daocea tacsit ana pnrmei. aincxir .
iViiate Icttona. any hour. Ilioiia- N. TBS
laigcst Morning Circulation.
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