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TIEB' WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
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Miss Bulkeley to Wed
Mr. Bayard Hyde-Smith
Julia Murdock Says "Stronger Claim"
Is Certain to Provoke Storm of Debate
For The Times' Children
Just Before It's Bedtime
DUCHESS DE CHAULNES.
The Duchess dn Chaulncs of Turin,
formerly Miss Theodora Shonts, who Is
spending a few days In Washington en
routo to New York from tlio Virginia
Hot Springs, will bo at the Hotel Tow.
hntan for tho remainder of her Btay.
Bho lias been at tho flrafton, accom
panied hy her small son, tho Duke de
Chaulnes, since her arrival.
On ihclr return to New York, they
will Join Mrs. Shonts and MIsh Mar
guerite Shonts. who hnvo taken npart
ments nt tho nitz-Cnrlton for tho win
Invitations have been received In
Washington from Mr. and Mrs. Walter
ID. Ilrooks, Jr., of Ijaltlmoie, to a eos
tumo dinner dance to bo given Sat
urday ovcnlng at Tort Garrison, their
country place In tho Green Spring val
Miss Elol-se Ornie, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William n. Orme, has changed
the date of her debut from November
23 to December 21, when she will bo
presented at an nfternoon tea, followed
by a supper for tho receiving party and
nsslstnnts unci an Informal dance. Miss
Orme has Just returned to Washington
finm a lslt to Charlottesville, Vn ,
and Sweetbrlar, W. Vo.
Mr. and Mrs. Itawllngs Hume will en
tertain Informally nt supper this even
ing, awaiting tha election returns.
Mrs. Kirn I. Koon and Miss Koon,
who have spent the last ten days In
New York city en routo to WasldnR
ton, nftcr spending tho summer In
Michigan nnd Brlurcllffe, N. Y., have
given up the apartment 111 the High
lands which they occup'ed for tho last
several stusons nnd are established In
the Dresden for the winter.
Mrs. Marshall nnd Miss Maltland
Marshall, wife and daughter of Brig.
Gen. William I Marshall, U. S. A., re
tired, will return to Washington this
evening from New York, wheio they
spent tho last several days.
A smart gathering of Washington so
ciety folk will await the election re
turns at tho Playhouse, which opens Its
season tonight with an Informal dance
and supper pnrty. A prlvatu wire has
been installed for the election returns
and there will also he moving pictures
and a vntidovllle performance,
Parramatta, the summer White House
at Beverly, Mass., was closed this
morning for tho senson Mrs. Tuft und
K'ts Tuft, arcmnpnnliM by Mrs. Thorn
bb K. Ijughlln, who has been there
ilnce tho 1'ie.sldcnt left, went to lloston
en route to New York whoro they will
ipend the night and get tho election
returns. They will spend u day or two
tJiopplng, returning to Washington
Thursday to join the President, who
e'so arrives that day.
Miss Ellsha Dyer will come to Wash
ington from Providence, Bhortly, for
Miss laiey I 3andborg and Adolnh
Bandborg were nmong those nttondlng
the Harvard-Princeton football game at
Bolton Inst Suturdav.
Mlsi Virglnli Mill in will give a tea
Tuesday afternoon, November 19, from
E to 7 o'clock. In honoi of Miss Muilo
Adanib, ono of tho season's debutantis,
Mrs. James W Ormo has cards out
for a tea Tuesday afternoon, Novembe
12, front 4 (o C o'clock at her resl
dence, 3317 Sixteenth street nsklng bur
guests to meet lur sister, Miss Heeler,
Thousands of women are using various
forms of antiseptics as preventives of
dlseaso and safeguards to good health.
Many such preparations Jn use nre
actually worthless nnd positively dan
gerous. TyreeV Antlseptlo Towder Is abso
lutely safe to use, nnd has been recom
mended by physicians for more than
twenty-one. years l'neiialed as a pre
ventive of contagious dbeuso, unsui
pussed as a doucliu and highly cftlcn
elous In avoiding contagion, healing dis
eased tissues, ulcers and delicate mem
bruno passages. A '.'3-et-nt package will
make two gallons standard nntlspptlc
solution. Sold by druggists everywhero.
Fend for booklet and frcu gamplo.
J. B. Tjrcc, Chemist, Washington, D. C.
A pretty wedding, which will take
place tomorrow evening at the Port
land Is that of Miss Grnsslo Virginia
Ilulkcley, daughter of Mrs. William An
drew giii, wife of capt. am, u. s. n
to I In yard Hydo-Smlth, of San l'"ran-
Mgr. Shahan, of tho Catholic Uni
versity, will solemnize tho ceremony,
which will take place nt M o'clock, In
tho presence of u small gathering of
relatives nnd friends.
Miss Nathallo Uulkelcy will be her
cousin's only attendant, and Mr. Fcn-
wlck, of Haltlmoro, will act as best mun
for Mr. Hyde-Smith.
A number of nddltlonal guests have
been asked to tho reception which will
follow at D o'clock.
Captain Gill, who Is stntloned on the
Colorado, Is now In Nlcaraguan waters
nnd unable to attend tho wedding.
Miss Marjorlc Kendall Edson, daugh
ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph llomanio
IMson. who SDcnt the last two venrs
In school In Paris and who Balled for
the Philippines lata In September, will
mnke her Initial bow to society In
.Manila, where sho will be presented
with Mss Murv McKean, daughter of
the former acting adjutant general of
the army. Miss Dorothy Aleshlre, Miss
l.clla Harrison, and Miss McKean, all
this year's buds, attended tho tamo
school In France.
nnd Mrs. Joseph Hull, of Savan
nah, Qa., havo sent out cards for tho
marriage of their daughter. Miss Mary
Uluo Hull, to Lieut. Lloyd. Hums Ma-
gruder, I'. 8. A Friday evening, No
vember 22. at 8:30 o'clock, at 17 West
McDonough street, Savannah, Qa.
The wedding ceremony w 111 be fol
low cd by a reception from 9 until 11
The dancing senson nt Fort Myer was
cpened with n costume danco In tho
Admlnlstiatlon building last evening
with tho ofllccri und ladles of the post
Mrs. Joseph Garrard, wife of the com
mandant of the post, received tin
guests, assisted by Mr-!. Eltlngc, Mrs.
Pntton, und Miss Garrard. Mrs. Qar-
rard wore u Martha Washington cos-
tumc, nnd her daughter also woro a
colonial gown. Miss Julia Heyl, who
vas one of tho largo party from Wash
ington which Mrs. William 11 Drlggs
chaperoned, woro n Highland girl cos
tume, and Miss Hannah Taylor re re
sented "livening," wearing pale blues
ehlffon with sliver stars. Miss Nnncy
Jones mndo an attractive Quakeress.
HiToro the dance, Lieut. Cleornv S
Pntton, Jr., IT. S. A., nnd Mrs. Patton
were hosts at a buffet supper for iho
officers nnd their families, nnd nfttr
tho party. Major John If. Allen enter
tained Informally nt supper.
Miss Natalie Drlggs has gone to Fort
Wayne. Indlnra, to spend several weeks
Judge and Mrs. Charles Edgar Nlchoi
havo sent out Invitations for tho mar
riage of their daughter. Miss Pauline
Nlchoi. to Dr. Benjamin Franklin Men.
Jr., Wednesday evening, November 10.
at 8 o'clock In Christ Church, Alexan
A reception nt 318 North Washington
street will follow the wedding cere
mony at the church.
Richard Iteld Hogora and Miss
Elizabeth Rogers, who spent the last
soverul weeks at the Virginia Hot
Springs, have arrived In Washington
and are spending a few days at the
Grafton Hotel, while their house In
Nineteenth street Is being opened for
Julia Kellogg Uradley, who will
bo Joined within the week by her moth
er, Mrs. Kellogg, has taken nn upurt
inent at the Grafton for the season.
Col. Edwin St. John Grcble. U. S. A.,
and Mrs. Grcble and the Misses Grehlo
huve nnlved In Washington and opened
their house In O street for tho winter.
Miss Lunetto lllno Smith, daughter
of Mrs. Orlando Smith, who will make
her debut tit a reception, Saturday
evening, December 14, at Itauschcr's,
has returned to Washington from Bal
timore, whero she spent tho last few
days lsltlng Miss Cora Zimmerman,
In Roland Park.
November 14, Miss Elslo Daley will
glva a card party In tho Covington In
honor of Miss Smith.
nnd Mrs. Aullck Palmer have
returned to Washington and opened
their residence on Relmont street, after
n stay of several, months at Bar Har
Miss Dorothy Williams Is spending a
fow days with her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Lelter, at
their country place on the Potomac.
You Can't Get
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Tho kernels of tlio wheat are separ
ated from the bran und straw by
passing the whent through a large
number of sifters
Puro wheat makes pure flour
That's why White l.llj Flour makes
such nnuilshlng fuod
Ask your grocer for White l.lly
Flour or phonu West 577-8.
THE AUMMJTON MIM.S
Uro. W. Clssel Co,
"Happy Ending" Cult of
Theatergoers Will Disap
prove of Climax.
Whatever may bo tho ultimate verdict
of theatergoers regarding "Tho Stronger
Claim," the play by Margaret Turnbtill
which had Its premiere In the Columbia
Theater Inst evening, this much Is cer
tain: This drama, which Involves the
tragic plight of a Catholic priest
torn between whnt ho believes to bo his
duty and his love for his wife nnd child,
will provoke mora dehato and discus
sion than any play of recent time-. It
Is equally certain, too, that whatever
views may bo held of tho dramatist's
solution of tha situation In which she
plunges her characters, playgoers, both
sophisticated and otherwise, will sound
a unnnlmous chorus of prnlso for tho
acting of Richard llcnnett und Edith
Wnno Matthlson, with a large measure
of pralso also for "our own" Tim Mur
phy, und for tho less well-known mem
bers of the cast, not forgetting the
little chap around whom much of tliu
story ot the play revolves.
In the upshot of tho play the young
priest, tricked by his father Into be
lieving that his wife Is dead, and In
duced by him to tnku holy orders. Is
I resented an ultimatum by his wife.
"Take mo nnd the boy now," sho sus
In substance, "or give us both up to
Bother.'1 She will not content to hav
ing this decision Vft to iccleslastlcul
supcrlcis, though li. life It would much
more likely hava been thus r solved.
As It happens In the. play. It Is a more
probable, but not Imponslblo eventuii
Moll. And If the mnie likely way had
been followed there would nut huve
been much In the way of a llnnl climax.
"Happy Ending" Cult Will
Disapprove Climax. I
Debute will still arise over tho play
because of religious questions Involved.
Thcr uro muny who will disapprove ot
tho solution as reached because they
belong to tho "happy en ling" cult of
theatei goers, demanding vvhut they de
sire without consideration nl the ques
tion of duty Involved, but this desire
for a happy ending alone docs not Jus
tify adverse criticism of the dramatlxt.
Happy endings are neither good nor bad
as such It all depends on whnt h'ts
proceded, nnd whether such a felicitous
ccncluflon Is loglcul oi illogical.
So far a h tho action bus progressed by
the end of the second act of "The
Stronger Claim," the denouement Is un
certain. Persons In the audtencu last
night turned to each other after the
curtain had fallen upon tho first act,
when Father l'cllx hud been confront
ed by the beautiful woman whom ho
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EDITH WYNNE MATTHISON.
had thought deud these many cars,
und said, "Now, what will he do7"
They asked the samo question nt tho
end of tho second act. but as tho play
progressed and (lie prima donna mother
is made to grow u lltthi harder and de
livers her ultimatum, the nudltnee sees
that the drumutlst Is seeking to make
lur u less smpathitlc chnraeter, und
to move the audlrnca'a llttlu toward
appiovlng of the loncluslon that romts
with the Itnal curtuln. Hut outside of
those who ugrei d with the dtcislnn of
tho oung priest husband on religious
grounds, the npproval of the nudlence
last night dll not seem to be apparent.
Father Felix and Madame Norma had
been made such real man and won, an
by Mr. lScunUt and Mlas Mutthlson
that tho sacrlllce of the linpplniss of
both of them was a source of regret
rutlier than disapproval The sun nice
seemed unnecessary to some, oven In
ull tho ilnunistances. To others tin
unreasoning, linppy-cndlng ones It
would greutly have been preferred that
the sltuatlun created nrlglnully b) u
l)lng old man should huve ended in
tho conventional way, with the heroine
In the embrace of her lover as the cur
Aside from these considerations, It
WHO WANT TO KNOW
in The Shops
Seventh strict, between I) nnd E. has n
hundred of these s"ts bought at such
prices as to enable them to lie sold
foi 112 M the set. Instead nf the .,
which Is usually nuked for them. This
Is for todnv only, but It Is thought that
tome of the sales will continue.
The same Seventh street store is sell
ing raincoats, rubber surface sllcki rs
worth H for SI 77, as lone ns the lot
lusts. Tliev nri" ton and gray und made
with a plaid lining The smaller misses,
sizes are for the ages of II, 1C and IS,
and uru ery serviceable for school
While many of the later built homes
me supplied with a hall rack fastened
In the wull, a gicut many of tho older
houses have to havo one set In. At the
corner of Seventh and I Btrcets there Is
u houso furnishing storo wheie u hull
scat Is to be had for 18. It Is of quar
ter sawed oak. finished in carls English,
the eeat Is foitj-two Inches wldo und
there Is an excellent mirror.
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Unanimous Praise,. However,
Due Mr. Bennett's and Miss
should bo said that few plays havo been
seen here where tho Illusion was so
complete; where tho spectators follow
with such apparent Interest the weal
and woo of tho principals This Is In n
largo measure due to the acting of
Miss Matthlson nnd Mr. Dennett, of
whom no ono can speak except In su
perlatives Miss Matthlson needs no
new laurels, but sho gains them In "The
Stronger Claim," and Mr. Ilennctt ii
doing the most serious and the best act
ing of his career In tho part of I'ather
WIntevcr may or mav not be said re
garding tho play Itself, nothing but
praise con be given each member of tiio
very small east. In my mind, there Is
but ono other actress on the modern
stage today whoso voice can compare
with Miss Matthison's. Her full, rich
tone, the wonderful velvety quality of
her middle register, her remarkably In
tellectual conception of tho part, all
combine to make an exqulslto study. In
every moment of the play sho knows
JiiBt exactly what sho is facing, ant
she surrenders to the tragedy of her
life In a poignant scene that Is deeply
emotional. und thoroughly telling,
though It Is phijed quietly, nlmost si
lently. When tho hard decision cornea
that she must renounce her lover hus
band, she decides In a very fow quiet
words. The nota of her voice deepens,
her nlr becomes more quiet, tho light
In her ejes vanishes, and she says
gnod-by to him, In n dead, hopelecs
voire nnd listless, broken manner that
wins Instunt sympathy from tho audi
i nee. In the chniacter of rather Felix,
Mr Dennett Is given wonderful oppor
lunlti Tim Murphy Scores Hit in
His Disagreeable Part.
Tim Murphy, on the llng, disagree
able old mun, whoso ambition caused
him tj sacrlllce his only son, scored In
stant suicess In his part, to which he
nought a must Inlc'lllgcnl and compio-
Innslvu conception. In thu cold hub
terlty of the old man, nobody could dls
cover the old Tim Murph), tho Wnsh-
iiiKtoiiluii who mudo cople laugh n !e
cudo ago by reason of his wonderful
comedy work In "Tho Texas Steer,"
"The Carpet nagger, ' und other rollick
ing farces. The child, Jimmy, about
whom the plot of the play revolves, Is
adiulrubl) p1a)ed h Mastei Mac Ma
comb r, who was Inst seen horc in the
"The Reul Thing ' Since then his work
has Improved wonderfully, nnd he hn
developed into u dellght.'ul lit t lo child
There are two minor parts in "The
Stronger Claim," that of Maggie, a
maid, und William, u ehaurfeur, botn
of which are excellent chur.ictei por
trayals Miss Margaret O Nell! Is seen
In the foriicr pait, and llolxrt Fischer,
a cupll il Dutcuman, In the luttcr. Miss
Alice Johnston hub the rather colorless
pirt of the sister, nnd there Is n la
bnier, Salvatoru Zlto, who has throe
lines, or p, rhup foui Mr Ilennctt, In
his new venture us uctor-manuger, has
stnged the play ban lsomely, und the
gowns worn by .Miss Mut'lilBon and Miss
Johnston uie tl.o last word In style,
though somewhat somber, as befitting
tho plot of thu pla. In coloring
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THE TALKING ROSES,
T- HE I'rincess Ruby lived In a
I beautiful marble castle all by
1 herself, but Just at tho end of
her )mrk gates was the palace
In which dwelt her parents, the king
and queen, for Ruby wns the only child
and was being trnlned to rule tho land
when her father died.
She had n court all her own, and
great stubles of ponies, nnd alt about
were dozens of scrvnnts In crimson
velvet liveries, pages and maids. She
was fed nnd walled on and Mattered till
she really thought herself a very su
perior sort of a girl, for no ono told her
The court ladles told her Bhe was as
fair as the rising sun, and the nobles
of the palace prulsed her learning and
everything she did. Only one llttlo
serving maid told her tho truth, for
she really loved the princess, who was
being rapidly mado u silly girl by tho
flatterers who surrounded her. llut
this truthful little maid was put tu
work In tho kitchen, for tho princess
thought her very rude and unkind.
"Oh! I wlflh some ono would let her
sec the facts about life," said the llttlu
maid Oudu as she bent over the soup
pot, "for Ruby Is a good girl nt hcurt
and will make a good queen If the fool
ish peoplo here at court do not turn her
So kind little Oi-.da went out unocr
n big rose bush and wept about her
troubles, talking aloud to herself all
the while. Now It happened that this
bush was a magic ono nnd tho roses
understood all they heard. They even
possessed tho power of speech, but no
ono could undeistand them unless
their cars had been touched by the
rose leaves. So Guda did not know
that the roses heard all she said and
that they began whispering about It
The next afternoon the princess
went walking In the garden alone. 1(
was warm, so she laid her head on the
grass under tho rose bush and watch
ed the light sifting through the leaves
and flickering on the big rd blos
soms. I'resenlly a tlnv leaf fluttered
down and rested In her car. lnBtant
ly she heard all around a sound of
fulnt whisperings It was tho roses,
talking as they nodded on their stems
'So that Is the crrcat princess," one
fold. "She would be n very nice child
were she not so foolish as to keep
about her ho many false friends, who
tell her silly falsehoods, l'oor thing,
she never bears the truth and Imag
ines ahe Is perfection."
"Yes, Indeed,'' sighed a tiny blossom,
"she Is told she Is beautiful she Is a
very ordinary-looking girl. And the
nobles say sho Is brilliant, but Bho Is
only n very plain, simple, silly child
who Ib spoilt by tho pe-oplo who want
favors, while her true friends, like
Oudn, are sent to the kitchen. What a
poor queen she will make, and what un
unhappy country she will have.
The princess sat up In astonishment;
It was tho first time In all her Ufa she
had heard the truth. She ran to her
room and looked In the mirror. Yes,
tho roses spoke the truth, sho wns only
a very plain-looking girl, nnd the cour
tiers were Haltering her to secure gifts
and positions. Sho vnt hidden by a
heuv curtain and wept In Bllence.
I'resenlly several of the ladles nnd gen
tlemen of the court camo through tho
room, and they were all talking about
her. Homo were laughing at her ap
pearance and others at her manners,
but ull agreed she was foolish enough
to believe praises that no one meant.
She 3at hi DtatK tjv a
The princess threw open the curtain
und stepped Into tho room.
"I havo heard all you said," she w his
pered In u low voice. "Hut the roses
told me flint what a silly child I have
been und whut false friends you nre.
You miy leave the custl" nt once. I
will In future havo about mc only Bach
truu friends us Guda."
Ho the couitleis packed up and left
the puluce In haste, while Guda gladly
"I huve found out nt lust that I am
only nn ordinary child In looks, mind,
nnd milliners," said tho princess sadly.
"Dut while I listened to those tlatturors
I Imagined I was perfection. If I am to
rule wisely us ucen, I must know the
truth nnd learn to govern myself."
Ko the foolish nobles neved came back
(.gain, but tho princess now understood
and spent her lime In learning to bo a
good queen ami helping her people,
S'cry humjily she went about her taslt,
and when she came to rule her good
ncrs made her so much beloved all over
the land that sho became known far
nnd wide ns tho Good Queen. And
many, many were tho happy, prosper
ous years tho country enjoyed, all be
cause the princess, when a girl, had
spent a few moments listening to Mhe
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SAKS FUR CO.
Mnnufncturlnft and Importing Furriers,
1212 F Street N. W.