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for iast week was . . .
WASHINGTON, D. C, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, JANUARY 1, 1896.--EIGHT PAGES.
VOL. 2. NO. 653.
TO THESE YOU MAY
List of the Homes Where Friends
Are Welcome Today.)
WHITE HOUSE PROGRAM,
Order in Which the President
and Mrs. Cleveland Will
Receive Their Guests.
Folio wins thecuMbm which has obtained
Mrs. Cleveland will todn j shake bands with
of Congress, the diplomats accredited to the
and the nubile at large.
At the same time the prii ate bouschnlils
besides tlie sihedule for tiic White House
whose doors are open to their friends:
At 11 a. m. The rresident will receive
the Vice rresident, the memlers of the Cab
inet end Hie Diplomatic Corps.
At 11:10 a.m. The chier justice, the as
sociate justices of the Supreme Court of the
United States, the judges of the United
Elates court of claims, the judges of the
court of appeals and the judges of the su
preme court of the District of Columbia.
At 11:23 a.m. Senators, Beprescntatlics
and delegates In Congress the Commission
ers of the District of Columbia and the ju
dicial officers of the District, ex-member
of the Cabinet and ex-ministers of tlie
At 11:10 a.m. The officers or the Army,
the Navy and the Marine Corps, the general
and general staff of the militia of the Dis
trict of Columbia.
At 12 m. The regents and secretary of
the Smithsonian Institution, the civil
tervice commissioners, the intestate com
merce commission, the assistant secretaries
of the departments, the av.ist.int iwst
masters general, the solicitor general, the
assistant attorneys general, the commis
sioner of fisheries, till? commissioner of
labor, the heads of the bureaus of the
several departments, and the president
of the Columbian Institute for tlie Deaf dud
At 12:15 p. m. The Associated Veterans
of the War of 1810, the Grand Army or
the Republic, the Loyal Legion, the Union
Veteran Legion, and the'members of the
Oldest Inhabitants Association of the Dis
trict or curuintjin.
At 1233 p. ui. Reception of citizens,
which -will terminate at 2 p. in.
Carriages will approach the Executive
Mansion by the eastern gate and leave by
the western. Pedestrians will approach the
mansion by the western gate and leje by
The President will be assisted by Mrs.
Clei eland and the ladies of the Cabinet.
rr USTIN.Mrs. J. B,No 1428 Sstrcet
A northwest, will be assisted In re
i ceiling by her daughter. Miss Hat
Tu tie, and Mrs. J. D. Robinson, after
!:.30 p. rn.
Alien, Miss Lulu, Mrs. F. M. Myers, Miss
Eliie Fictiher ami Mrs. Compton will re
ceive ut National Commandery Hall. No.
623 Louisiana avenue northwest, from
4 to 1) p. ni.
Allison. Mrs. Charles, nsslstcd by Mrs.
Rolicrt Collie. 425 L; 1 to 4.
Anderson. Mrs. Edward, and Mrs. Fred.
Banks, 1230 II northeast, assisted by Miss
Gladie Kraft and Miss Effie Dclroy; 2 to 4.
Adams, Katie O., of Takoma. with Mrs.
K. K. West, Brookland, D. C; 6 to 8.
Austin, Mrs., of 1124 Park place, with
the W. C. T. U., 910 F; 4 to 9.
Armstrong. Mrs. Oeorge E., with Mrs.
George W. Gray, 923 I.
Adams, Miss .Maud, assisted by Miss May
JlrahUr and Miss liarbara Milorich, from
3 to 10. 308 K street northwest.
Allen, Miss Maude, with Mrs. Robert Vin
ton But, 1314 Tenth; after 2.
Anderson, MUs Libblc E., Columbia road,
lietwecn Sixteenth and Seienteenth streets.
Meridian Hill, assisted by Mrs. J. O.
Turner, Mrs. N. E. Duley of Croom, Md ,
Tin; Evening Times todaj- will print an illustrated expose of the place to which
those unfortunates g-o who are "sent down."
. For over a year The Times has " been receiving- complaints regarding- the treat
ment, quarters, and food at the pis,trfct .workhouse.
atisiieu tnat tucse
Ks' young- women was
ARRESTED, TRIED. SENTENCED
and actually spent three days in the workhouse among the unfortunates there. She
will tell her story in The Evening Times todav.
"Miss Florence Bergen" The Tlmes' young woman attracted considerable
attention in the daily press at the time she was '""sent down." The Post printed a
leading- editorial on her and also the following news article.
But "Miss Bergen" herself will tell the story in The Evening Times today. It
will make an interesting-'and important contribution to the annals of this municipality.
Read THE TIMES tHls Afternoon.
slneethc first President; the I'rcidcnt and
thcofrtcials of the Uovernirjj-iit. the members
United States, tin Army and Naiy officers
of the city will K hospitably opened, ami
function, below will be round a list of tho-e
.Mrs. Bessie NalK and Miss Ruth .Wills?
2 to G.
Adams, Miss Maud, utsKtcd by Miss Mm
Brahler and Miss harl-ara Mllorich, 30a K;
3 to 10.
Almburg. Mrs C. assisted lj the Misses
'Annie Callahan, Nellie Hughes, Mamie
Grifrin, Ruby Siriieuer and Pearl Sinclair
or New York, 2420 Penns-lvauia aienue;
5 to 8.
Appier, the Mies, assisted by the Misses
Clara Price, Helen Hahu, Betilah H.illei,
Clara lloiiard, kittle Clement:,, l.ffie u.ir
cla. May Clements, Nellie Richards, Lizzie
bouthvitk, Iila Briggs and Ida Kilrle, 22
Sixth southeast; after "2.
Andercon. MKs Hattie E., 1335 Maryland
aienue northeast; 3 to 7 J
Allen, Mrs. l-rank, wlth'L. A. a.. No 4.
419 Seienth street southeast; 3 to 10.
A'lcu.MlssMattle B., with L..I.S ,No.4.
419 Seienth southeast; 3 tu 10.
Allen. -Mrs. L. J., with L A. S., No 4.
419 Seienttl southeast; 3 to 10.
Alien. Miss Marie, with L. A. S.
419 Seventh southeast; 3 to 10.
, No 4.
I u street northwest. 8 to 1 1
awisied by Mr. .-"Has itoiio,
Dora T. YoorhU, .Mrs. Iim
- B, -ors .1 1, IiilUUi. -
McCreery. Mr. . K Han, .Mrs. S. S. Ili.i
gess. Miss Carrie Lash. Mrs. . II. Cni.L
Mrs. P. J ilevj.iiger. Mr. M. Mierlin. Mt
W. A. ltooi.es.-Jlp,, Isals-I DeV llradlciit
and Mis Margaret lluldlcsoii.
llasiin, Mrs W.F.No 1 12.1 lentil Mrer
northwest, Irom -. to !. jtsMrd iiy .Mrs. u
A. WerU and the Misse Kale MiCl-ilanI
Bertie lloiier, Acieha Scott, Jnli.i Wid lui
and htelia Borland.
BorUnd .Miss htella, will assist Mrs. K.i
Sim. No 1 12.1 Tenth street uorthuesl, ir.n.
6 to 9 p. in.
Hots. Miss Mary or M street will nii-ln
with Miss Kirkwood, No. 83 i North aie
nue we-t, ltaltlnmr-,-qn New Year's Dai.
lwmrt.tnn Mrs. Mary K., :"9 1-2 Nell
York avenue. asiIed by Mrs. Cla i ion. Mrv.
II.. M. laralire. audJtissGerlrLdeP.iral.ee.
from 3 lo 10 p. in.
Houseaven, .Mrs. J., 1422 Q street north
west, assisted hi .Missis, Lucy Ojster, Mjra
Steirart or Haitlniorc, Mara .Manfclu, Eva
blater, and Edith Harrison, from 3 to 7
Bradley, Mrs. D. B , 120 B street north
east. Bojee, Mrs. Silas, with Mrs. W W.Baker,
No. 910 S street northwest, 8 to 11 p. in.
Bojer, Miss Minnie, will n-ceiie at No
2130 K street northwest, from 4 to 7 p.m.
Bradford, Mrs. Isabel D., with Mrs. w.
V . Baker, No. 91G S street northwest, 6
to 11 p. in.
Burgess, Mrs.S.S., with Mrs. W.W.Baker
No. 910 S street northwest, 8 to 11 n. i:
Barrett, MUs Georgia L.. mil reciii.
with .Mrs. J. Rlffard Mick'lc. No 1414 Mti
street northwest, from .i to 7 p. in.
Burges, Miss Eleanor C, will assist 1
Misses Greene in recciiiug, from 2 lo 1
p. m., at No 514 11 slreet northeast.
Balison, Mrs. M. M.. will assist tlie ladies
or Electa Chapter. O. E. S., at Masonic
Hall, Anacostla. from rt to l o o'clock.
Bergen, the Mles Mamie and Tillie.
will receive their Irinds at their resi
dence, No. IS K street northeast, from 5
to 7 p. ni.
Brooks, MUs Julia, wilt rcceiie at her
residence. No. 1414 T street north nest,
assisted by Misses WiUraa Brooks, Jnli.i V.
BriPOks, Sjarau Green, Annie Clark, Dimlap
and Mjcrs. from 0 lo 10 p. in.
Butler, Mrs. J. L , No. 11.24 0 slreet
northwest, assl-ted by the following ladies:
Mrs. J. II. Harries. M re Alice Holmes, Mis
Susie Bowen and Mls Annie Pleasure,
from G to 11 p. in.
Bunn, Mrs. Paul V., and Miss Uiilei, the
Cambridge, 510 I, I to 0.
Bergman, Mrs. Emma a, wllh Mrs. V. It.
complaints were in part, at least,
sent on a mission of investigation.
SMOKED ON THE AVENUE.
Florence Bergen Creates a Sensatfon, Is Arrested
and Sent to Jail.
Florenco Bereen, a dashing youag,wonua, who follows tho races, was arralgna
In the Police Court yesterday rooming, charsol with having disturbed the peace,
quiet and good ordotof the city by smoking a clgarotto oa Pennsylvania avenue.
" Florence was janntlly attired, and as she sat la the dock she shook her head saucily
and winked at the prosecuting attorney.
"Does the woman care to lay anything!" asked the Judge after the charge had
"Naw, de woman doesn't care to say nottlaV called out Florence, and then
Judge Kimball sent her to the workhouse for fifteen days.
ltlsiion and the MLws Bishop, after 2.30.
728 Fifth northeast.
Baum, Misses Clara. Sara Kentand Be,ssie
Carter will riceiie from 4 to 8, 40b Pom
Bosivell. Mis-", assisted by Miss Goodclilld.
Miss Davis, Miss Howlson. Miss Julilin ami
Miss Lucy Insersoll, 401 blxth southwest,
Bradley. Miss Virginia, assisted by Miss
jlssle Robinson, 102.1 SeienteeiUh slreet.
j to 10.
Boyle, Miss Nannie, assisted by her sister,
liss May, and the Misses Hickev. Sevmour
.mil Hart, 12 to 8 p. m., 2250 1 welfth
Bayly. MI Madie. of 1333 Eleventh
street northwest, with Miss Mattie Wade,
o.i iniro street norinwest, alter o.
Beelie, Miss Gertrude of Sjractike, N. T
with Mrs. Kamuel n. Walker, 420 B north
east, r. to 10.
Brady, Miss AliceM., with Mrs. Samuel II.
Walker, 420 B northeast, 6 to 10.
Babbitt. Miss Izora, with the TVs, at La,
Fetra's. 2 to 0.
Beckham, Miss Blanche, with the Y.'s, at
La Fetra's, 2 to !.
Beckham, Miss Mary V., witli the Y.'s, at
La Fetra's. 2 to 0.
Bouldln, Miss, 1234 Thirteenth street, 4
to 0. assisted bv her sister. Miss Virginia
Bouldln, and the Misses Gaines, from Brook-
Bishop, Mrs. V. U., 728 Fifth street north
east, aeslslcd by Mrs. Emma Berginin and
well founded one of The
tin Misses Bishop, McKelden and Wegner,
.llld Miss B-ooks (if fiarrwt I'nrL- nml (f
Ilelsler of Baltimore, -arter 2.30.
itoulelle, .Miss May, with Mrs. Samuel II.
Walker, 420 B nortlieiM, r, to 10.
Blttenbender, Miss Lillian, with Hie T.'s,
at La Fetra's, 2 to 0.
Bradley. Mrs. .Nellie H. witli the W. C. T.
U.. 910 F, I lo 9.
ItJrritt.Iir. Alice, wiUi the W C.T.U.,910
F. 4 lo 0.
Bdler, Mrs. .nnaF., with-W. C.T.U.,910
r, to 9.
Brown, Mrs. Walter, w ltu W. C. T. TJ., 910
F. 4 to 9.
Blgelow, Miss Dora A., nt Linden, X. T.,
witli Mrs. (it-owe W. Gray, 923 I.
Brasche. Miss Llllle. and the Misses Nellie
1102 Eighteenth street, after 4.
Brick. Miss Dalsv, WiUi Mrs. Hugo Kand
ler. 901 M, arier 1.
Bounds, Miss Zaidee. of Greenville, R. C,
will assist the Misses Mitchell, 405 Mary
land aienue Miuthwest. -2 to 9.
Buechler. Miss Rosa, 2 to G, 1718 Sixth.
Brooks, Miss, orGarrcttl'ark. with Mrs. V.
K. Bishop. 72B Fifth northeast, after 2 30.
Butler, Miss Grace. wiUi Miss Shields,
1221 Eourteenth. 3 to 9.
Barker. Mls Hattie. assisted bj Misses
Kline, Funning and Garner, G to 8j 409
Baker, Miss Margaret D. and Miss Mabel
W. Baker, with Mrs. Gannett, Ifcbl llarc
irood avenue, Le Droit Park, after S.
Burger. Miss Murj, with Miss Shields,
1221 Fourteenth Rtrci-t, 3 to 9.
Hush,"! ni- Misses, ami Mrs. John II. Beck-w-illi,
Jr., assisted by Miss Alartba Brodus.
Mr-s Amelia Ilieks and MKs Emma John
son of Laurens. S. C, 1127 Third, 3 to 10.
Bailey. Mrs. Sailiu, assisted by Miss Car
rie Adams (1r New' York, and Miss Katie
roley, 1 to G, feOl .New Jersey aienue
Burroughs. Miss, Mlsx Clara II. Bur
roughs Itnil MUs Grace Ilanrord of Ithaca,
N. Y., Willi MissTrouUnan, 221 Third street
southeast, 4 to-9. -.
Brosnoa ilr.j. J. J 7 to 10, G35 G street
Burgess. Mr. S. S and Mrs. J. II. Zepp,
Willi Mrs. Dr.' Baker, 91G S. 8 to 11.
Brooke. Miss LKnra, with Mrs. Thomas II.
McKce, 7 Grant place, 4 to 8.
Biggane. Mrs. Michael, 4 to 7, G3S G
8trei I southwest.--'.
J Bate, Miss Eiia.-tissl5lcd by Miss Lillie
u urien, i- lo ;, amirststrect uortneast.
Brown. Miss Klizafieth. V., wlthMrs.S.W.
Saxto'i. 1 437 KeneSaw avenue.
Bergln.ThcMlsseSlJis-lsled by Mrs. Charles
Knirich, 6 to 7 r"
Beckett, Mrs'., 1 144 Nineteenth. 4 to 11.
assisted by Mrs. Lee of Philadelphia. Miss
.lane Hill. Miss Jennie Norriss. Miss Salliu
Itoisst au of Bfchinond, Va., and Miss M. V.
Belt. Mrs. R. v.. assisted by her daughter,
MUS Elsie Belt. Miss Mary Robinson of Bal
tiinore. Miss Marion Godfrey, Miss Mar
garet E. King, Miss Maud Allen and the
Misses Kilpatncfc or Philadelphia, after 2,
Brosn.ihan, Mrs. James A., assisted by her
sister. Miss Brosnnhan, and the Misses
O'llnre. Savage, Jackson and O'Neal, G to
8, 100 H street.
Brown, Miss Ahnira V., 3 to 10, with L.
A. S..No. 4, 419 Scicntli street southeast.
Brown, Mrs. Jennie. 3 to 10, with L.A.S.,
No. 4. 419 Seienth street southeast.
Barker, Mrs. E. M., assisted by Miss Lil
liun Hill and others, will receive at 1G36 O
Harry. Miss Ella. 4 to G. assisted by Airs.
Marie Connolly, Miss Nellie Gates and Miss
Jennie Daubrenct of Richmond, 2415 U.
AMPBELL, Miss Blanche, No. 430
New Jersey avenue northwest,
with Mrs. Charles I.J man. No.
1243 New Jersey aienue north
Cat r. Miss Annie, 3 tolO.wlthL.A.S.,
No. 4. 419 Seventh street southeast.
Cowling, Mrs. Indiana, with Mrs. W. W.
Baker, No. 016 8 street northwest, 8 to
11 p. m.
Calvcr, Mrs W. Irving, of Ilagerstown,
Md., will receive with the Legion of Loyal
Women nt 410 Tenth street northwest.
Craig, Mrs. S. B., with Mrs. W. W. Baker,
No. 016 B street northweat, 8 to lip. m.
Church, the Misses, No 443 New jersey
avenue southeast, assisted by Miss Bertie
Wilson and Miss Sthrack of Lewlsburg,
Cross, Mrs. Samuel, No. 37 B street
southeast, .Trill "receive, assisted by Miss
Cross, Miss' Burbridge, Miss Yelllott, and
Mrs. William 'Heaiao, of Baltimore, Mrs.
p. V, ue uraw, jars.r fiuk jaresiae, aira.
Charles' McC. "Chapman, Mrs. "William Mc-
,. v. iir iirnn. m
Nelr, - Mra.auila 'CJarw. Mrs. Qolds
borough Qoddatdlln. Hlchard Oulahao,
Mrs. Theo. Friebus. and tlie MSscs Neiter,
Haas. GoddarJ, Ilelsion, I)ei. Man- Pike.
Bowie, M!on, and Ml Mitchell of Rich
mond, reception 3 to 8 p. m.
Cleveland. Mrs. L. M., mid Mi-s Cynthia
EM No. 1213 M street northwest, assisted
by Mrs. Ames, Mls Cojne Fletdier, Miss
Carrlly, Mrs. Dennett. Miss Fannie C.
Brewer, MUs Graves Miss Hendrie, and
Mls Llllv Tallafcro, from 3 to G p. in.
Cri-t, Mrs. Eugene w No. 151 1 1-2
Tentii htreet nortliwet, asslstii by Mrs. J.
lilson Davis and Miss Helen llav FosS
from , to 11 p. in.
Clieseldine, Miss Tillie, of No. 124 Ninth
street, will not receive.
Clusj., js.s Flora M., and Mrs. Willuim
II. Daw, 2301 H street northwest, will re
iIVl ro?.1 :iu8 I'- "-i ''sslsted l.y Mivs
Blanthe ewman and the MI-tes Alia and
Connolly, Miss Mamie, assisted bv Mls
Ella Larry, will rcceiie from r, to 8 p. ni.
at her resldenc. No. 1691 Valle.i-street.
Caldwell, Miss Jole, usslsted bv Miss Hen
rleLt'',?ralth' MSS A- Johnson, Mis Baker.
?,nrt,i'i?,bTraKeart' will rcceiie at Haines'
Hall, Eighth street and Pennsilvania avc
enne southeast, 2 to 6.
Chambers, the Misses Florence and May
Eelle, assisted by Mrs. Van Fleet, Mrs. lie
tatie. Miss Kate Fischer, MLss Edith John
son, Miss Maud Taylor, at 1703 Thirteenth
street northwest, will recelie from 2 to
8 p. m.
Culler, the Misses, and Miss Willie Bar
ton will receive at 160G K street north
west, rrom 4 till 9.
Culbertson, Mrs. J. N., No. 707 Ninth
slreet northeast; 1 to 0.
Conover, Mrs. E. J., nssi-aed bv Miss
Jennie Cassidy, No. llfifi Twentv-flri.1
street; 7 to 10.
Christlancv, Mrs., will heiissfstcil by ner
Utile daughter, Babv Kulh Christlancy,
Miss nawk, Mrs. Phillips, and Mrs. Giles,
at her residence, No. 1409 Pierce place; 6
Colby, Mrs. Clara Bewitk, with tlw: Ass.
ciatioti or Collegiate Alumnae, ut Mrs.
Sloweli's, No. 2S03 Fourteenth street.
CowslLMrs. C, with the W. C. T. TJ., No.
910 F slreel; 4 to 9.
chapm. Mr-. Grace L.. wilh Hie W. C. T.
U.. .N'o.-UlO F slreet; 4 to 9.
Catchings, Mrs., of No. 022 Twenlv
seeond street, with the W. C. T. U., .N'i. 910
F slreet; 4 to .
Chambers. Mrs. E. A., wllh the w. a. T
U., No. 010 F street; 4 to 9.
Cnton, Mrs., assisted by Mrs. Ritkcr and
Mrs Boucher, No. 28 0 Mnet northeast.
Cntlln, Mrs. M. E.. wilh the IV. O. T. U.,
No. 910 F street; 4 to 9.
Cohen, Mrs. M. E.. with the W. C. T. U.,
No. 910 F Slreet; 4 to 9.
Crosby. Mrs. Hannah, wilh the W. C. T.
U.. No. 910 F street; 1 to 9.
Chapman, Mrs. Alice, with W. C. T. TJ.,
No. 910 T street; 4 to 9.
Carson, Mrs. R.. assisted by Miss Libble
Layden. Mrs. L. Fauih. and Mrs. MUlegan,
No. 618 K street northeast; 3 to G.
Carrier. Misses Edyth and Evelyn, wllh
Mrs. W. II. Mickle, No. 620 L strc-.l north
west; 3 lo 8.
Conncll, Miss Annie, No. 718 Twenty
fourth street northwest, assisted bv Mrs.
P. F. Muiiady, Miss Noble, the "Misses
Erwln of Baltimore, Mrs. B. L. Cooper,
and Mrs. R. H. Walsh of Albany, N. 1.;
7 to 10. "i
Clartlii, Miss Mabel, with the TVs at La
Fetra's; 2 to G.
Carlisle. Misses! Llllle and Laura, assisted
by Miss Ida Swain, No. 1100 Sixth slreet
northeast; 1 to 5.
Cowling, Miss .Minnie, with Y. M. C. A.,
Tirsi CniurncaUoiiai Church; 3 to 8.
Clcicland. Miss Carrie, with Miss Tillie
Roth, No. 120 Eleventh street southeast;
2 to 5.
Cowell, Miss Mamie, with Miss Shields,
No. 1224 Fourteenth street; 3 to 9.
Chlsm, Mrs. John II., assisted by her
daughter. Miss Bertha, and Miss Irene
Rock, No. 1203 I street northeast.
Cox, Miss Callie, with Miss Grace C.
Montgomery, No. 528 Third street; 4 to 7.
Cameron, Mrs. Theodore R., No. 929 1-2
New York aycae; 6 to 10.
Clear, Miss Jessie, with the Miscs Sef
ton. No. 1837 Fourteenth street; artcr 2.
Chase, Miss Eunice L., will assist Mrs.
William A. Malhewson, No. 1910 Eighth
street; 3 to 10.
Carr, Miss Mary Louise, with Mrs. S. W.
Saxton.No. 1437 Kennesaw avenue; 4 lo 9.
Cunningham, Mrs. Willhiin, No. 2412
Pennsylvania avenue; 8 lo 9.
Cuslis, Miss, assisted by Miss Esteilo
Nichols, No. 1 12 East Capitol street; after 3.
Comma ck, Mrs. J., No. 8531 Brightwood
avenue; 8 to 7.
Chichester, Mrs. W. II., and Mrs. J. J.
Slckerson, assisted by Mrs. J. n. Fletcher,
Mrs. li. DiTson, Mrs. Frank West.. Mrs. M.
E. Sajles, Mrs. J. Blakcv, and Miss Bailie
street; 4 to 10.
Cijk. MissKaie. assisted by Misses Mol-lie-
Foley. Kate Albert, and Kate Boylan,
No. 27 II street northeast.
Comploii, Mrs., and Mrs. Fmnzoni Myers,
National Commandery Hall, No. G23 Lou
isiana aienue; 4 to 9.
Cowling, Miss Lulu, assisted bv Miss
Margie Py well, No. 607 C street southwest.
5 to 9.
Carr, Mss Sarah, assisted bv Ihe Misses
Hattie E. Anderson. Anna M. Cook, Anna
Nevins. Kosa Heidcnrich. Ida Gilbert, Hat
tie Stryker, and Mrs. Anna Riley. No.
1355 Maryland avenue northeast; 3 to 7.
Dole-man. Mrs. Carrie, with L. A. S No.
1, No. 419 Seventh street southeast; 3
Cook, Misses Bessie and Daisy, with Miss
Mae Dalsh, No. 1009 Niucieeullt street; 4
Chacc, Miss Eunice L., wllh Mrs. W. A.
Matlierson, 1910 Eighth, 3 to 10.
Connor, Mrs. Eugene, assisted by Mrs.
Charles Duffy, Mrs. John Collins, anil
Mrs. Charles fcaur. No. 11 G street north
west, from 4 to 11 p. ni.
AVIS, Miss Alice, will rcceiie from
2 to 4 p. ni., at her residence. No.
G20 Fourth street northwest.
Durfee. Miss Bele W. with
Miss wncipier, no. 800 East Capitol street,
from 3 to 7 p. "' -tf
Daish, Mls Mifcsr.so. iKOP Nineteenth
street, assisted by Misses Bessie and Daisy
Cook, from 4 to 9 p. ru.
Daiis, Mrs. Cushman K.. No. 1 12S Massa
chiisettes aienue. assisted by Mrs. Hubbard,
of Minnesota, who Is a guest of the family;
Mrs. John n. Roche, and Miss Cora Agnew
Itrown, after 1 o'clock p. ni.
Daw, Mrs. William II., No. 2301 II street
iiorthuest, assisted by Miss Hortnce Ciuff.
Miss Nun man, andthe Misses Vickery.
1IUI1I w LO O 1'. IU.
nell. the Misses Dulfy, Mrs. O'Flaherty,
and Mrs. Hoy will receive at 1248 street
Dunbar, Mrs. J. W.. and MKs Mary !!.
Dunbar, assisted bv MKs Daisy A li.tines,
alter 2 p. m., at 1.04 Third street hurlh
west. Dowling, Miss Grace A., No. CISC street
northwest, assisted by Misses Alice Carey,
Carrie Straton, and MIssGrau Illldtbrand,
or Baltimore, rrom 3 to 9 v. in.
Dunbar. Mrs. W. J., No. 604 Third street
norinwest, assisieu uy iitss Dunbar and
Miss Hanes. after 2 p. ill.
Daw. Mrs. W. II.. will rcceiie wiUi Miss
Flora M. Class, No. 2301 II street north
west, assisted by MKs Blanche R. New
man and the Misses Alia and uuo Vickery.
from 2 to 8.
Von Dodt, Miss nelen, will rcceiie with
Mrs. Samuel II. Walker, No. 420 B street
Dorrls, MKs Mabel, with -MKs Troutman,
No. 221 Third street northeast, 4 to 9.
Dorian. Miss Lyda, Willi the Y.'s, at La
Fetra's; 2 to 0.
Davis, Mrs. Alma, with the W. C. T. TJ.,
910 F street; 4 to 9.
Donovan. Mrs. Eliza, assisted by Mrs.
Drlscoll. Mrs. Huff, Misses Julia Leahy,
Ella Donovan. Nellie Drlscoll, Dora Erd
liiund, Mary Driscoll, Kate and Mary Dono
van, and Agnes King, No. 1011; 2 to 10.
Davis, Miss Lula, will assist Miss Hattie
Bosivell, No. 401 D southwest; after 3.
Dc Wolre. the M'sses. wllh Mis Estellc
Herron, 1412 Corcoran; 3 to 10.
Dorsey, Miss Loutse. -ststeel by Misses
J. Jacobs. II. Jordan, M. Inghram, M.Hall,
and Mrs. William Lanier Sen, and Lulu Eag
liii. 1804 L: 4:30 to 11:80.
Drown, Miss Mary E., with the Y.'s, at
La Fetra's. 2 to 6.
Daniel, Mtss Inez, with Mrs. Wrenn, 100 1
C southwest; 6 to 10.
Dctieskns. Mrs. John, assisted by her
daughter. Miss Christy, 3510 Brightwood
avenue; 3 to 7.
Duley, Mrs. N. E., will assist Miss Libble
E. Anderson, Columbia road, between Six
teenth and Seventeenth streets, Meridian
Hill; 2 to 0.
IMvis, MKs Ethel J., No. 1011 Nineteenth
street, assisted by her cousin. Miss Bertha
l)a is. of Princeton, N. J.; Miss Lucy Stock
ton, or Burlington, N. J., and Miss M. E.
Cusberd; 8 to 9.
Duttou, Miss A. M.. Miss Elizabeth M.
Duttou, nnd Miss Llllle A. Gregory, with
Mrs. Josephine Simpson, 820 New Jersey
avenue; 3 to 9.
Doddrell, Misses Sarah and Lizzie, 734
Ninth southeast; to 10, assisted by Miss
Driver, Mrs. George W., 1842 TJ, assisted
by her daughter. Miss Bessie Driver, Mrs.
II. Moulton, Miss Uime Glllaui, Miss Hattie
Murray, Miss Maud Bell. Mis Man Botf
ler. Mis? Mary Ginesl, and MKs Ruth Sea
ton; 2 to 6.
Duvall. Mrs. Laura, 3 to 10. with L. A.
S.. No. 4. 419 Seventh southeast.
Davis, Mrs. Elizabeth II., 3 to 10. Witt
L. A. S.,No. 4, 419 Seventh southeast.
AVALD, Misses Pauline and Blanche
will receive at No 213G K street
northwest, from 4 to 7 p. ra.
Einrich. Mrs. Ch.-irli-s (nee Miss Klrel wilt
assist the Misses Bergen, No 18 K street
northeast, from 5 to 7.
Ktnig. Mrs. Clayton E.. of Emigold. Con
duit road, with Y's at Hotel La Fetra;
2 to 6.
Edmonds, Mrs. Annie, assisted bv her
sister, Mrs. Gartrell, No 721 Fourth street
nortbeust; 10 to G.
Etz. Nettie M., tilth Mrs R R. West,
rroildence street, Brookland.
Ebel, Mrs. C. E.. Brightwood avenue;
3 to 8.
Eckloff, Mrs. II. A . avKted bv Mrs.
WlliamOIehn, Mlv. Mary Lippold. Mlsi
Annie Snyder, Mrs. George Lk-jII. Mrs.
Charles Goodman and Mrs. John Lippold,
No. 1838 Sixth street; 4 to 7
Enderle, Miss Bertha, with Mi Shields,
No. 1224 Fourteenth slreet: 3 to 9.
Elliott, Mrs.Nonnan T., n itb Miss Shields,
No. 1224 Fourteenth street; 3 to 9.
EngUnd, Mrs. 8 B . with L. A. S.. No 4,
No. 419 Seventh street southeast, 3 to 10.
71ANKUN, Miss Kale E-, will re
ceive at her home. No. 472 I street
FKcher. Miss Kate, will assist the Misses
Chambers in receiving at No. 1703 Thir
teenth street north ivest. from 2 to 8.
Forrx-s, Miss Acme, wilt receive with Mrs.
J Rlffard Mickle. No. 1411 Slxthsslreen
northwest, from 3 lo 7.
Franklin, MKs Katie E., No. 472 I street
southwest, wih lie at home from 6 to 10 p.
in agisted by ML"S Nettie Hugh.
F ilconer. Mrs. Emma E.. wilh the W C
T r.No 910Fstreet;4to9.
F.it-htz. Mrs. A. M., mlh the W. C. T. TJ ,
No. 9 10 F street; 4 lo 9
Farabee, Mrs. II. M . and hvr daughter.
Miss Gertrude, will assist MesdiniPS Boar
man, Clayton and others at No. 929 1-2
New York avenue; 3 to 10.
Fox, Miss Margaret, assisted bv her sister,
MKs Annie Fox. and Misses Annie nnd Eva
Fl ivers. No. 2101 D street: 8 to 10.
Ferris, Miss Anna, of Rockville, Md.. wiltt
Miss TilH'j Roth, at No. 120 EteicMli
street southeast; after 2.
Fealy. Miss Nellie E., No 929 1-2 N. w
York avenue; 3 to 8.
Fletcher. Miss Alice M., assisting Mrs J
J. Mulr, No. 512 Third slreet: 4 to 8
Foley, Miss M., assisted bv Miss F Thomp
son, No. 1017 Sixteenth street.
Ferguson, Mrs. Eugene Lee, assisted tiy
Mrs. Charles Edward K'of her. Jr., and Mi-s
Dix of Boston, No. 32UG Fourtcith street;
4 to 9 :30. ..-s
, OlirRE Y, Miss Marion E., -with Mrs
Robert Y. Eelt, No. 1314 Tenth,
street northwest, after 2 p in.
Greene. Mrs. J. WM No. 514 D 6treet
northeast. Assisted by Misses Emma and
Lillie Greene, Miss Burgis, Miss Kaufman,
of Pittsburg, and Mrs. F. S. Chamfers ot
Greensburg, Pa. From 2 to 10 p ru.
Gallagher. Miss Fanny, assisted bv MKesi
Mary Cunningham, Sally Wiison. May l!a
grain, Rosa MIrdman. and Viola Coughlan,
will receive at No. 01 W slreet northeast,
from 2 to 6 o'clock p. m.
Ganley, MlssD.,of No.2431 1 slreetnorth-.
east, will receive In the ivcnirg Hssisttsl;
by Miss Katie Pollard of Ohio, the Musis
Sauer, and Miss Biggs.
Garrett, Misses, No. 708 F street nor'h
east, assisted by Miss Lynon cf No 1113
N street northwest, and Miss Flzonc ot
Baltimore, will recelie their rrieuds m
formally.aftcr 3 o'clock.
Gasklna, Mrs. William, assisted by Mrs.
Sarah Alexander. 1114 Twentieth; 4 to 10.
Grady. Misses Emily and ivarle.aud MKs
Maggie McBnde, 81; after 3.
Gray, Mrs. George W., assisted by hex
daughter, Miss Lenha, and bersister, Miss
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Crocker's "Overstock" Bale is especialli
opportune to those requiring reception slip.
pers. Crocker's, 939 Pennsylvania aveuu
northwest. s i ,
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