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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1011.
FOR LITTLE FOLK JUST BEFORE BEDTIME
The Sandman's Stories
AMIE was but ten years old, but
J he had the cares of a man Upon
his little shoulders, for ho had a
i i utile sister. Katie, who was a vaf
lounger and a cripple. Jamie's mother
v. Sasaead aM hla father spent most of
ls flmo at the Island, because he would
V sh 1SJ KUC" iiwuy irom me saioon around
W . thfcicorner from where they lived.
4ifi Janrip sold papers and worked for thn
grocer (between times. In this war he
managed to set. food for himself and
n.iie, ana give tno landlord somothlnir
for the dingy little room In which they
t'HIs father worked once In a whllo
and paid up the back rent and the
landlord let them stay, feeling sure he
ytqulU be paid somo time.
But Jamie went hungry to bed In
the corner many times, and when Katie
"would say;, "You are not eating your
supper," Jimlo would reply: "Now.
now do you expect me to eat when I
nave all tho good things In the grocery
store to pick from, barrels and barrels
Of crackers, ana oranges, and bananas,
and a big cheese with a knife beside It
no, you can help yourself. If I could
only bring you some of It," ho said, "I
ii"ZZ'?".Z"i?- """',- " ". et .pnng
V , out of the store. You can eat all you
. .'want while you are there." -
ktS . An,d, ""',-' Katie, never suspecting,
voiUd reply, "I am'Just as glild as i
hM ' cah be that you have such nice things.
k I have everything I want, I have an
.-.u uvn uiu.1 i nnveu irom yester-
KaUo was a bravo little qlrl and nevr
complained that she Mas lonely, but
day after day she wit alone in the little
Toora waiting for Jariiio to como home
ana move her.
She could not walk and they woro too
poor to have a wheel chair, so that
when Jamie put her In the chair by
the '-window sho had to sit there until
Jte returned at night It was nearln.'
Kfttloi. birthday Snd Jamie had been
.wanning to give hr a .surprise. For
vWli16 .h?d 6cen looking at books with
bright pictures which ho thought would
'.Two days before her birthday whllo
Jnmle wan selling papers he happened
to stop in front of a window whore
there were chairs on wheels.
Ho looked In the window and his face
brightened. "I wish I could get" one of
those for Katie," he said, "then I could
take her in tho park on Sundays.
But his hopes were short-lived, for
Srtn.ii Mked tho price it was beyond
That night when he had one paper loft
lie glanced at the headlines as he hold
It out to the passerby and his pycs hap
pened to fall on these words, "The only
,f0,.'or h,m now :s tne crafting of
Jamie read what inn rr"no1 im.l
,the lines and found that a very rich
man who had met with an accident had
oniy one cnance to recover, and tho skin,
10 DO USeu must be frnm a Vfllinrr nnil
Jiealthy person. Then he read that
they would pay a big prico to the right
Some one bought his last paper and
Jamie ran three blocks and stopped In,
front of a large building. He hesitated
then he walked up the steps and opened
"I want to see the doctor," he told tho
man who asktj what he wanted.
i Jamie was shown Into a room and n
jserlous-looklng man asked if ho were
(sick. Jamie told htm he was not, but
no naa como to oner nis BKin to savo
tne man wnn was sick.
The doctor looked at him a minute.
"It will hurt." he said, "and your arm
will have to be bandaged for a long
i "I shall not mind that," answered
Jamie, "If I patrfeo.home."
. Th rinrinr nHlrMnhntit Hla fnthoi nn
mother, end Jamie told his story; lie'
wanted tne money zor a cnair lor
."tfou are a brave little fellow," said
tho doctor. "I will see what I can do
for you," then he took Jamie to an
other room and examined his blood.
"Come In the morning." ho said "p
If you have not changed your mind we
will take tne sKin.
1 Jamie went home with a light heart.
for he felt sure of tho chair, and the
i ANSWERS TO QUERIES
Times Inquiry Department:
s,How can I collect a bill from a young
man drawing a pension from the Navy, or
how can I find out hla address? I cannot
find It In the directory. Thanking you, I
am. yours truly, W. T.
Apply to the chief clerk at the Pen
sion Office and he will probably be able
to give you his address.
Times Inquiry Department:
Will you kindly Inform me it there Is a
school here which teaches telegraphy at
nlcht and If so what are the charses?
ImiAiiblniF vou. I un vnurs resnectfullv.
, D. H. K.
If you inquire at either of the tele
kraph offices here In town they can
tell you whero the" schools for teleg
raphy are located.
Times Inquiry Department:
Kindly tell tne what will prevent the nose
from turning red as soon as tho cold strikes
It Tours truly, J. I.
A red nose is generally caused by a
poor circulation. You should exercise a
great deal and at night bathe your feet
In a hot mustard bath and in tho morn
ing take a cold water plunge. Avoid
all strong stimulants and drink as much
-water as you can. There is an oint
ment which might help to prevent your
nose from turning red, which Is as fol
lows: One dram of powdered sulphur,
two and one-half drams of pondered
tarch, one and one-half ounces of oint
ment of zinc oxide, three drops of, oil
of rose. Mix well and apply every
Times Inquiry Department:
I Can you kindly publish how seriously a
girl can be punished for marrying under age,
spd without her parents' consent? Can a
$1.00 Skirt House
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own materials, by first-class
ladles' tailor, for fl- Art
Dresses tailored to order
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any of the in-
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next mornlntr lis was ud brlRht and
early to sell his papers, and then ho
went to the hospital.
Tho doctor he saw tho day before
iook mm to another doctor., "Tnis is
the boy," ho said, "who wants to sell
"He's too young," said the second
doctor, "the B. P. C. C. would get after
us If we took tho skin from tills boy."
Jamie's eyes tilled with tears, and he
swallowed hard to keep back the sob
that came In his throat, for he saw
the chair and all his dreams of taking
Katie to the park vanish.
The older doctor saw tho tcars"and
naked, "Why aro you so anxious to sell
your skin, youngster?"
Jamie wiped his eyes with the back
of his hand, and swallowed hard again.
"It Is Katie's birthday," he said, "and
she has never seen the park or any
thing; sho Is lame, and I wanted to get
her a chair on wheels, but I can't do It
if tou won't buy my skin."
Tho disappointment mastered him In
spite of all he could do and Jamie
turned his face away and cried.
All through the night lie had thought
of the Joy ho would see In Katie's face
when hq, brought the chair homo, of the
happiness for both when ho wheeled
her through the park, where she could
see the trees and the flowers and the
fountains; not once did he think of the
pain or suffering lie must bear to brlnK
about all this happiness, but now it had
gone and he could not keep back the
Even the doctors accustomed as they
were to suffering and sorrow felt a
lump in their throats.
"Cheer up, kid," said the older doctor,
"and come with me, you shall have that
chair, and it will not cost you a penny."
He took Jamie lntn a. rnnm whnrn
there were many chairs on wheels and
after looking them over he rolled one
toward Jamie "Thprn vmt nro." Iin n!1.
"that one is strong. Will you take It
along with you or will you send the
'I will tako It wllh nin." xaA .Tnmln.
"but how can I ever pay you?"
"By bringing your sister here tomor
row and letting me see her I muv bo
able to help her," the doctor replied.
Jamie's eyes spoke the trratlludc ho
felt as ne looked Into the doctor's face.
"I do not know what to say," ho said,
"but I will bring Katie."
"When Jamie went out with the chair
the doctor that he first talked with
sald to the other, "I will go halves on
tne price or tne cnair. i bhouid iiko
lo feel that I had helDed a bov who
was willing to sell hlf. skin for his
Jamie took Katie to see the doctor,
and while ho was not able to cure her
lameness, he helped her so much that
nhe was able to walk, and with the aid
of a crutch she could walk is fast as
. The Uoctor kept Katie at the hospital
a" Ion time, and Jninlp was given work
there so hd could be vUth her.
Jamie studied every spare minute ho
had and wont to night school, and
when Katie was able sho learned to
sew and supported herFelf.
One day munv cars after Jamie be
came a doctor and Katie kept his
atory "Oscar und Iho
SENT BY READERS TO
divorce be secured on this ground? Thank
ing you In advance, I am.
Yours truly, ANXIOUS.
If you marry beforo you are of ago
and without your parents' consent, they
can havo your marriage annulled If
Times Inquiry Department:
In our answer to "Stranger," as to
Georgetown College you state it Is under the
direction or the Jesuit Order of the Roman
Catholic Church. Will you kindly oblige
me by writing a brief history of the order.
Thanking you, I am, yours truly.
The Jepult order or the Society of
Jesus is a celebrated religious order pf
the Roman Catholic Church afid was
founded In lfi3t bv Ignatius Lojola with
five u&scelutrs. The original object was
limited to a pllgi Image to the Holy
Land and a mission for the conversion
of tho Infidels. There were branches of
the society throughout the world, and
it was especially strong in France,
where a house for novices was founded
in Paris by St. Ignatius in 1542. Tho
Jesuit mission work In America began
soon after 1625, when the missionaries
from Prance arrived at Quebec, from
whenco they dispersed for the purpose
of preaching to the Huron Indians. Tho
following educational institutions are
maintained by Jesuits: College of the
Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass.: College
of St. Francis Xavler, New York; St.
John's College, New York; St. John's
College, Frederick, Md.; Loyola, Balti
more; Gonzaga, Washington. D. C;
Georgetown, D. C; Spring Hill, Mo
bile; St. Louis University, Missouri;
College of the Immaculate Conception,
New Orleans; St. Charles, Grand Co
teau. La.; St. Joseph's, Bardstown, Ky.;
St. Xavler's, Cincinnati; St. Ignatius,
San Francisco; Santa Clara, California;
Boston College, South Boston.
3fJE HAD TO 3IT THERE UNTIL
HE RETURNED AT MIGHT
SOUVENIRS TO EVERY VISITOR
Grand Thanksgiving Opening
Cokinos Bros., 924 9th St. N. W.
Parlor of Sweets
This Evening at 6 P. M.
The most up-to-date candy shop in Washington where the
purest chocolates, bon-bons, and candies of' all kinds are made.
FRESH EVERY MORNING
Strictly Pure Ingredients Only
Pure Ice Cream and Ices, All Flavors
Miss Louise. Foraker Becomes Bride of
.Victor C. Cushman at Quiet Wedding
Ceremony Performed at
Noon Today at Former
The home of former Senator and Mrs. i
Joseph Benton Foraker, was the scene
of a beautiful wedding at noon today
'when their youngest daughter, Miss
Louise Foraker, became the bride of
Victor C. Cushman, of Bar Harbor.
Bishop Earl CranBton, the Methodist
bishop of Washington, BOlcmnlzcd the
ceremony, whloh was attended only by
the family and a few closo friends.
Pink and white chrysanthemums,
palms, nnd ferns formed the floral deco
rations throughout the. houses, and a
section of tho Washington Symphony
Orchestra played tho wedding music
The brldo was escorted and given In
marriage by her father and attended
only by her sister, Mrs. King Waln
wright, of Philadelphia, as matron of
honor. Her bridal gown was of rich
ivory satin, made slightly empire, with
a long pointed train, tho skirt trimmed
only at one side with a fold of satin
and a pearl ornament. The bodice was
trimmed with folds of the satin, and
the yoke of pearl embroldorled net
with a V-shaped net, was edged with
pearls. The elbow sleeves were of
fine pearl fringe.
Instead of tho tulle veil, she wore a1
handsome rose point lace veil arranged
in a flat cap effect, with a cluster of
orange blossoms. Her bouquet was a
shower of lilies of the vaWey and
white orchids, and her Jewels were a
diamond bar pin, the gift of Mr. and
Mrs. Walnwrlght, and a sapphire and
diamond ring, the gift of tho bride
Mrs. Walnwrlght wore a stunning
gown of midnight blue velvet with
bandi of fur around the bottom of the
skirt and on the sleeve and bodice, with
a yoke of embroidery and lace. A large
niacic mce picture nat trimmed witn
plumes Bhaded from midnight blue to
pale blue, and an arm cluster or Ameri
can Beauty roses, completed the cos
tume. Dr. Wayman Cushman, of Bar Har
bor, brother of the bridegroom, was
the best man,
Mrs. Foraker, tho bride's mother, wore
a handsome gown of black satin, trim
med with gold lace and beaded in tur
quoise. Mrs. Randolph Matthews, of Cincin
nati, another sister of the bride, wore
After the ceremony a nrcakfast was
served, and Immediately afterward Mr.
and Mrs. Cushman left for their bridal
trip to the "tropics, Mrs. Cushman trav
eling In a tailored suit of taupe cordu
roy velvet 'and oppossum fur. with a
black velvet hat trimmed with opos
Upon their return to Washington,
about January 15. thoy will reside with
the bride's parents for the winter.
in aaaition to tho family, which ln-
eluded former Senator and Mrs. Fora-
Ker. Mr. and airs. King Walnwrlght,
Mrs. Randolph Matthews, and Arthur
ana nenson -oraner, or Cincinnati,
brothers of the brldo, the guests at the
wedding were: The Minister of Bel
glum and Mme. Havenlth. the latter
formerly Miss Helen Froulke. and for
whom Miss Foraker acted as maid of
honor; Lieutenant Commander and Mrs.
Archibald H. Davis, U. S. N.; Mr. und
Mrs. Charles Slnnlckson, Mr. and Mrs.
Clement Beeves Walnwrlght, of Phila
delphia; Mr. and Mrs. Rensselaer Cox,
of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Davenport
Brown, of BoBton; Mrs. Hunt Slater,
Miss Christine Owen, Miss Margery Col
ton, and Frank Chadboume, Kenneth
Coswcll. Ersklne Esslg, Otto Stack,
Benjamin Lummls. and Dr. Fred H.
Wilson, all New York friends of the
Miss Foraker, who has been a belle
In Washington society for several years,
preferred a quiet wedding to a large
church affair, and declined practically
all of the numerous pre-nuptlal enter
tainments proffered her. Tho guests
at tho wedding today were mostly in
timate friends for whom she had
served as bridesmaid or maid of honor,
and Mr. Cushman's guests were equally
Last night Col. Francis G. Colton
and Miss Colton entertained at dinner
for the out-of-town guests at the wel
ding, though neither bride nor bride
groom was present. In the party were
the Minister of Belgium and Mme.
Havenlth. Commnnder and Mrs. Archi
bald H. Davis, lT. S. N., Mr. and Mrc
King Walnwrlght, Mr. and Mrs. Clem
ent Reeves Walnwrlght. Mr. and Mr,
Charles Slnnlckson. Mr. and Mrs.
Davenport Brown, Frank Chadboume,
Dr. Fred II. Wilson. Otto Stack. Ken
neth Coswell, Ersklne Esslg, and Ben
Miss Diane Morgan-Hill's
Mr. and Mrs. H. Morgan-Hill an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter, Miss Diane Morgar.-HlII, to Baron
Hardculn do Relnach-Werth. No date
has been set for the wedding, but.lt will
piobably tako place shortly.
The Ambatscdor of Germany and
Countess von Bernstorff entertained In
formally at dinner last night In compli
ment to the Minister to Argentine and
Mrs. John W. Garrett, who are visiting
the latter's mother, Mrs. B. H. Warder.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Purdy, who
havo been abroad for some months,
have arrived In New York and will come
to Washington in about a week for the
Mrs. Elizabeth Stauffer Moore arrived
In Washington today to spend tho win
ter with her son-in-law and daughter,
Capt. and Mrs. Hubert L. WIgmpre. u.
8. A., at the Washington Barracks.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wayne Parker,
Miss Alice Gordon Parker, and Miss
Eleanor Wayne Parker will sail from
New York Saturday for a two months'
absence aboard. Mrs. Parker returned to
their home, at Orange, N. J., today,
after a few days at the Shoreham.
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Photo Copyright, Harrls-Eu In.
MRS. VICTOR N. CUSHMAN,
Daughter of Former Senator and Mrs.
Joseph B. Foraker, Who Was
Mrs. James S. Parker
Visiting Her Mother
Mrs. James S. Parker, wife of Cap
tain Parker, U. S. A., of West Point,
airlved In Washington this afternoon
for a fortnight's visit lth her mother,
Mrs. H. It. Lemly, at Stonelelsh Court.
Mrs. Lemly wltl entertain at luncheon
for her daughter Saturduy und on
Tuesday of next week will give u bridge
party, followed by tea,
Tho Secretary of Stato and Mrs. Knox
will leave Washington today for their
place at Valley Forge, Pa., to spend
The Attorney General and Mrs. Wlck-
ersham, who are In Now York, will re
turn to Washington the latter p.nt oT
the week. ,
Fisher, wife of tho Secretary of
tho Interior, will receive Informally this
Capt. Albert S. Cleaves, U. S. N., and
Mrs. G leaves and the Misses Cleaves
left Washington several days ago for
Newport, IU I., where Captain Oleaves
has been ordered to duty. Last year,
when Captain Gleaves was on sea duty
his family spent tho winter In Wash
ington, and Miss Annie Gleaves was
one of tho most popular debutantes In
tho Army and Navy contingent.
Mrs. Rust Smith Ts entertaining at a
large luncheon "und bridge party today
at tho Westmoreland, tho second fit a
series of two, tho first of which was
given yesterday afternoon.
Miss Ruth Bliss has Invitations out
for a bridge party Tuesday evening at
her reslderco on Bancroft place.
The minister of Norway and Mme.
Bryn entertained Informally yesterday
Mr. Schlonlng, postmaster at Christi
an, who Is at present studying post
office buildings In America In view to
the construction of a new postofflce
building In the "Norwegian capital.
The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Eight'
Street Temple will give an elaborate
theatrical entertainment to be followed
by a dance tomorrow evening- at the
Elks' Hall, for the benefit of 'the new
Fry onions then potatoes
in the same Crisco
The potatoes will not taste of the onions
Crisco does not absorb odors. You
can use and re-use every spoonful.
Make this test. It seems unbeliev
able, but it is true, Just try it and see
The same Crisco can be used for
cooking onions, potatoes, fish and
Not a drop is wasted.
This one advantage of Crisco makes its use a
Get a packaEe to-day. Make this onion and
Miss Leila M on goraery In
troduced to Society at
Tea 1 his Afternoon,
Mr. ind Mrs. Warwick Emilo Mont
gomery wIlLcntertaln at a large tea this
afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock at their
ruitdenco, 1743 Rhode Island avenue, to
Intrcduca their daughter, MIsj Lelti
Mcntgomery, to Washington society.
Receiving with tho debutante und her
mother will be Mlso Eleanor Royburn,
Miss Allco Brlce, and Miss ColesUno
Flnloy. Miss Montgomery's debut gown
Is of soft' white marquisette and Brus
sels lace, made with a tunic and a
round nock, nnd she will cnrrya showor
houauot of4Uus of the valley, Ktllamey
loses, and orchids. Mrs. Montgomery
will wear an empire gown of green satin
and gold lace.
Mrs. Arthur Brlce and Mrs. James
Mrrlon Johnston villi presldo In tho
dining room, and others assisting will
bo the Misses Hill, of Marlboro, Md.,
and Miss Dorothy Lee, of Frederick
Miss Montgomery, who Is connected
with the liorscys, Lees, O'Donnells,
and Cat rolls, of Maryland, Is a native
Wushingtonlan, and a nlcco and namo
sake of Mrs. White, wlfa of tho Chlof
Justice. She was i-ducated at the Con
vent of tho Sacred Heart, Eden Hall,
Torrcsdale, a suburb of Philadelphia,
and 1ms tiavclcd r broad extensively.
Mrs Magruder and Miss Natalto Ma
grudcr hue returned to Washington
after a ten days' stay at Old Point
At the New National.
A fashionable audience thronged the
,New Natonul Theater yesterday after
noon for the concert by the Philhar
monic Orchestra, with Mme. Nordlca
Mrs. Tuft occupied a box having as
her guest Mrs. Charles W. Rac, Mrs.
Nathaniel Francis, Mrs. Horace West
cott. Viscountess do Slbour.
The Ambassador of Germany and
Countess von Bernstorff occupied the
adjoining box, having as their guests
the Naval Attache of the Austro-Hun-gurlan
embassy and Baroness Preuschcn
and Miss Mary Southerland.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence' Townsend had
MIbs Ethel Barrymore as their guest.
Mis. Calderon Carlisle htid as her
guests Mrs. J. Mandevllle Carlisle, ard
Miss Mary Carlisle.
Mrs. Stllson Hutchlns, who also enter
tained a box party, had as her guests
Mrs. Charles Shepard, Mrs. Spencer
Cosby, and Mrs. William Barrett
Among those In the audlenco were the
Minister of tho Netherlands and Mme.
Loudon, who presented Mme. Nordlca
with a huge cluster of chrysanthemums
at the conclusion of her first song; Mi-.
and Mrs. Christian Hemmlck. Mrs. Rob
ert Hinckley, the Military Attache of
I Chambrun, Capt. Frank Beatty, U. 8.
1IIU 1 lUIIII IliIIIUtlSDV tLIIU UUIILCBB Ud
N., and Mrs. Beatty, Mrs. Charles L.
McCawley. Mis. Hunt Slater, Mrs. James
Harlan, Mrs. Buckner Randolph, Mrs.
Samuel Hill, Mrs. George Cabot Lodge,
Miss Sherrlll. and Mrs. Walcott, sister
of Mme. Nordlca.
Miss Pepper and Miss
Cummins Go to Annapolis.
Miss Nora Pepper and Miss Margaret
Cummins have gone to Annapolis for
the Thanksgiving hop at the Naval
Capt. Frederick L. Chapln, U. 8, N.,
and Mrs. Chapln aro spending a few
days In Washington.
The Georgetown Ladles' Guild has
elected the following omcers: Mrs. Rob
ert B. Tenncy. 3108 Q street. Dresldent:
Mrs. H. C. Wllklns, 1523 Twenty-eighth
street, vico prcsiaent; Mrs. William T.
Glover. 1341 Thirtieth street, secretary.
and Miss Ella Moore, 16S0 Thirty-first
Mary B. Waldo and her grand
son. David Waldo LocklJng, left Wash
ington yesterday for a visit to her sons,
Dr. William H. Waldo, of Tampa, Fla.,
and Dr George S. Wuldo. of Gaines
ville, Ga. They expect to return early
Epstlon Chapter of Sigma Chi, at the
George Washington University, has ls
Bued Invitations to Its alumni for the
annual Christmas ball to be given at
the New Wlllard. Thursday evening.
December 28, under tho direction of a
commtiteo Including Carl A. Mapes,
Henry W. Zeh, Stanford Brlggs, Parke
A. Qallehcr, and Foster C. Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Carson
Observe Golden Wedding.
Mr, and Mrs. John M. Carson were
hosts at a large reception last, night at
9 o'clock at the home of their son-in-law
and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas
L. MacDohald, In celebration of tho, fif
tieth anniversary of their wedding.
In the receiving lino with the erst
while bride., and bridegroom were Dr.
nnd Mrs. MacDonafd, Mrs. II. Conquest
Clarke, Mrs. P. V. Do Graw, Mrs.
James R. Tounsr. tho Misses SedRoly.
Mrs. Le Droit Barber, und Mrs. Shel
A string orchestra played throughout
the evening and tho house was effec
tively adorned with quantities o, yel
low chrysanthemums and yellow roses.
Tho marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Car
bon, the latter formerly Miss Annie L.
Price, of Philadelphia, took place fifty
years ago )ast night, In that city Thoy
have two children, Mrs. Macdonald
and Lieut. Col. J. M. Carson, now sta
tioned In the Philippines. They also
havo one grandchild, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Carson, who have Just
returned from an extended European
sojourn, have made their homo In
Washington for the last thirty years.
Mr. Carson, who was formerly a promi
nent newspaper man, was one of the
charter members of the Gridiron Club,
which presented them last night with a
gold and silver after-dinner coffets set.
Mrs. nndfrev Mulbonn Fotrtr and MlfiS
Fogg were hosts at tea yesterday at
Receiving with them were Mrs. Mar
tin A. Knapp and Mrs. S. B. William
son, and presiding at the tea table
were Mrs. Robert L. Taylor and Mrs.
J. M. Culp.
Tho apartment was enTectlvely deco
rated with chrysanthemums and Amer
ican beauty roses.
An Interesting wedding took place at
Auburn. N. Y.. laBt night when Mrs.
Carollno Copley Wcmple, of Chaumont,
N. x.. ana Dr. jonn wesiey jjovee, ol
Washington, were married by the Rev.
Allen Macy Dulles, at the home of
the officiating clergyman. Dr. Dulles
Is a son-ln-Iaw of General and Mrs.
John W. Foster, of Washington.
rr. nnd Mrs. Bovce will reside in
Washington upon the conclusion of their
The Misses Jones to
Entertain at Tea.
The Misses Jones, daughters of Dr.
and Mrs. T. Marshall Jones, of Alex
andria. Va.. have cards out fora tea
tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Miss Alice Boyd, daughter of Dr. John
C. Boyd, U. S. N.. and Mrs. Boyd,
will be hostess at a dance Tuesday
evening, December n.
Miss Estelle Crane, daughter of Mrs.
J Burnet Crane, will make her debut
nt a largo tea on the afternoon of De
Miss Amaryllis Glllott will entertain
at a mlddav Thanksplvlns dinner to
morrow at her residence on R street In
compliment to Mrs. Matthew T. Scott.
Miss GlUett will have as her guests
early In December her brother-in-law
and sister. Dr. and Mrs. William
Barnes, and their daughter. Miss Joan
alllctt Barnes, of Illinois.
Miss Julia Whiting, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Guy Fairfax Whiting, who
has been spendlntr several days In Phil
adelphia, the euest of Miss Reyburn,
returned to Washington today.
The Misses Whiting will entertain at
a large luncheon for this season's debu.
tantes early next month.
What woman" makes her
Not the one who ties herself down to need
less drudgery; but the one who uses intelligently
every modern advantage within her reach.
Why fuss with soup-making when you can
They furnish a tempting variety for every
taste; appetizing, wholesome, satisfying. And
all without bother or uncertainty.
Order them by the dozen and find out how
good and how useful they are.
Chicken Gumbo (Okra) Printanier
Clam liouiiion lomato
Clam Chowder Tomatc-Okra
Just add hot water,
bring to a boil, and ierve.
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Camden N J
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Seen in the Shops '
By THE SHOPPER.
A largo department store li F street,
neat Eleventh, has a very attractive
lllle of holiday hnnUa whloh tvnnM mnln
appropriate gifts to anyone who appre
ciates good reading. Beautifully bound
volumes In brown suede, with gold dec
orations, bv Emerson Browning, Kip
ling, and many other standard authors
are shown for S1.00 each. Tho "Blue
Bird" Is handsomely bound in a llht
H!ih- cloth and decorated with gold, nnd
the Illustrations are exquisitely colored
In neutral colors of blue, purple, brown.
hiiii trrpnn nia rmiir it. tnm.ir.i.1 rn
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handsomely bound In a dark blue cloth.
ii iiii rim mil rnur tiiin a vm.
that a Complete collection of his poems
mv! "v-," i"ea in a single volume
j. ins uook :s sz.
I saw a set of Cloisonne enamel pins
mis morning in an F street Jowelry
toie near the corner of Thirteenth,, on
niu jiui in bkio or tne street, ror si.
Theie were 'three pins In the set, a
largo bar tln and two smaller shirt
waist or collar pins. They were shown
In nil colors and were 'guaranteed not
to fade or chip.
Tllf RtYlflll lm.f nikn ia1I1.4m . .. -
possession of a penknife ;ltn four steel
vuuiu oc maao pericctiy nappy
If ho were presented with one of the
knives I saw for 69 cents this morning.
These had rough bone handles. a.nd tie
uinuro wciu oi a gooa quality steel.
They wero on a table near the leather
counter in a largo G street department
store, near Eleventh street.
A double lamb's wool comfort covered
with a delicate colored tllk Is as light,
soft, nnd warm a covering us can bo
used for a spread. I saw comforts llko
these covered with a dainty dotted silk
In pink, pale blue, mal.se, and white,
nnd narrow silk baty ribbon was used
Instead of worsted to tack down he
padded comfort. Tlusn uomfotts were
displayed In u Seventh street store, near
Eleventh street, for W50.
In tho children's doparimert of u
laige store In Seventh street, near D, I
taw a very stylish little black silk
Plush coat for the youngster from four
to six years old. One particularly
pretty coat was mtdo double-breasited,
with a rolling collar and turned ba'k
cuffs, and .trimmed down the front with
a double row of largo fancy buttons.
Tills coat was marked $4.98 Theic
were alho some made In the same style.
IjJt lined with a silk quilted lining for
U.SS and $8.98.
For tho man who smokes, a chrar or
clgarctt3 case which can be canted In
the pocket would b-j a veiy useful arti
cle to possess. There were cases like
these In morocco leather, with stron;
cbthps and neatly sowed, for $1, in a
leather store in IT j-treet, near Twelfth,
on the north sldo of the street.
A men's furnishing store In Nlnt'i
street, near the corner of F street, li
displaying quite a variety of gloves In
their show case. There was a pair o'
heavy grav suede gloves, with a slnglo
horn clasp and lined with a soft
fleecy material, marked $1.60. The tan
caro gloves were shown In all shades
and were exceptionally thick and we'l
sewed, with the backs stitched In tho
Bpear design, for $1.
I saw a tableful of hats In beautiful
French shapes In an F street store,
near Eleventh, this morning and thev
were shown In velvet. French felt, and
silk. Besides the black picture hats,
there were coronation purple, blue,
brown In many stylish and up-to-date
shapes. These hats were marked $3.95.
10c a can
- and - white label
For Boys and Girls
Sorosis Shoe Co.,
121 J ' SL W. ..