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VICE PRESIDENT IS
COMING EVENTS ON
MATRON WHO IS POPULAR
IN JUDICIAL SET
AT LUNCHEON PARTY
THE WASHINGTON TEMESJ, TUESDAY, MAJICH 1& vJLOl
MRS. N S GUEST
NATAL DAY TODAY
Congratulations "Are Showered
Upon Mr. Marshall 'at the
LETTER FROM WHITE HOUSE
Elaborate Cake Among Pres
ents Sent to Party .Upon
The Vice President la celebrating hla
Blxtysocond birthday anniversary to
day. This mornlnjt Jlr. Marshall received a
Jotter or consratulatlon from tho Presi
dent, and later In tho day ho was pre
sented with an elaborate birthday caKa
by the management, of tho Wlllard,
whoro Vice President and Mrs. Mar
shall are malclnc their homo this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall will bo hosts at
dinner tomorrow evening, with tho Kus
elan Ambassador and Madamo nakhme
tcK as guests of honor, and again
Thursdiy evening, when tho guests will
bo Invited to meet tho llrltlsh Ambas
sador and Lady Bprlng-Hlco.
Tho President and Mrs. , Wilson will
bo host thin evening nt tho second of
the-scrlcs of muslcalcs they nro giving
nt tho Whlto Hojpo during March.
Miss Margaret Wilson, who returned
to town today from Philadelphia and
New York, will assist them In making
the guests welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. II. I Tlo?fi. of Geneva.
N. Y . nro guests at tho Whlto House.
Mrs. Wilson received several of the
ladles of tho Cabinet at the Whlto
Whites Are Honor Gucstrf.
Chief Justlco and Mrs. Whlto and
Justlco and Mrs. Hughes will bo tho
honor guests at the dinner which Mrs.
Henry F. nimock la giving this even
ing. Arthur Sterns Hardv. of Boston, for
mer minister to Persia, and a writer
of note, and Mrs. Hardy nnd Mrs. Fred
crick Thompson, of New Yprk. who aro
visiting Mrs. Dlmock. will also be
among tho guests. The party will num
Mrs. Dlmoclc will glv a dinner on
l'"rldav evening In compliment Jto Mr.
and 'Mrs. Hardv and Mrs. Thompson.
Tho Brazilian Ambassador and Ma
dame da Gama will be hosts at a din-
net of thirty-two covers this evening
in compliment to vice President and
Mrs. Marshall. Later tho party wilt go
to tho White House muslcalc.
Ambassador and Mme. da Gama have
ns their guests at the embassy, Mme.
da Gama's nephew, Donald Hcarn Cowl,
or New York, and his fiancee. Miss
Marjorlo Young-Bmlth. Mr. and Mm.
Young-Smith, of Moncton, New Bruns
wick, and George Balloy Wheeler, of
New York, a brothcr-ln-law of Mme.
Morris R. Volck, son or Mme. da
Gama. who has been at tho embassy,
will leave Washington Mafcn 1.0 ror
OIl Point Comfort to tako up th stilly
Dinner at Barracks.
MaJ. Gen. nnd Mrs. Gporg Barnett
Trill entertain nt dinner this even
ing at the Commandant's House; Ma-i-Jnc
Barracks. There will be twenty-four
Tomorrow Mrs. Barnett will ho
hostess at luncheon when her clients
will hi tho wives cf the officers of
tho Marine Corps on duty In Wash
ington. The party will number about
Mrs. Barnett was at home at tho
Marine Barracks yesterday afternoon,
nnd will receive next Monday for the
last tlin'j until after Easter She will
leave Washington about April 1 to
accompany the general on nn Inspec
tion trip to Pcniacola. Key West, and
other places In the Potith.
Nows has just reached Washington
that tho former Ambassador to Hus.
Ma and Mrs. George T. MarVe were
received In ludlenro bv th- Czar anJ
Czarina of Russia last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Marve. who expect to
leave Putrograd early In April, will
make their way home by wav of the
Orient, and aro due to arrive some
time In May.
The Monday Morning Music Club gavo
n recital In the small ball room at the
Wlllard yesterday, entertaining many
friends of member) of tho organization.
The program opened with several num.
hero by tho chorus, with Kdgar Priest,
director, leading. Others taking pnrt in
the program were Mrs. Harold A.
Brooks. Miss Uthel Garrett Johnston.
Mrs. Gideon H. Pillow, and Mrs. Mc
Carthy Hanger, with Miss Luch Brlck
cnsteln at tho piano.
Exhibition of Canvases.
An Interesting collection of canvases,
tho -work of Wallace Bryant, of
Boston, who recently completed a por
trait of tho Rev. Dr. Roland Cotton
Hmlth, will bo on view Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday at the restdenco of
Mrs. Glllctt-Hlll, 133 R street.
Mrs. Glllett-Hlll's house, which was
mini lor n siuiuo, win anoru mem a
Charming sotting, nnd from 11:30 till 4:3 Greene, of Buffalo; Air. and Mrs. Fran
on tho last three days of the week will c'a J- O. Alsop, of Milton, Alass., and
be tho rendezvous of manv frlendu nf.Mr. and Airs. Bertram J. Horton, of
as well as of tho
place April 29, at Wilmington, whon
Miss Ellen du Pont, daughter of Air.
nnd .Mrs. Coleman du I'ont will be
married to Holllday .Meeds, jr., 'son or
Air. and Airs. Holllday Meeds, of Chevy
Kllbourn Gordon, of New York,
formerly of this city, will be best man.
Airs W. H. Shmipard. wlfo of I.louton
nnt Sheppard. U. K. A.. Is tho guest of
honor nt tho hrldae party which AIlso
Marie Hunstal! Is giving this Afternoon
at her apartment In Revorlv Courts.
Additional guests have been Invited
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MRS. RUFUS DAY and her Bmall son.
Mrs. Day is the daughter-in-law of Justice Day and is chatelaine of
his hou schold.
Dinner to Vice President and
Mrs. Marshall Arranged for
Airs. Wlllard K. Saulsbury was
hostess nt luncheon today.
Her guests were Madame Bryn, Mrs.
George P. McLean, Mrs. John Jacob
Rogers, Mme. Vlgnal, Mme. de Ur
cullu. Mrs. Thomas P. Bayard. Mrs.
Charles' 8., Hamlin, Mrs. Charles
Warren... Mrs. .Albert L. Mills. Mrs.
Charles C. Walcutt, Mrs. James Car
roll Frazer, Mrs. James Andrews,
Mrs. Walter Gordon. Mrs. Frank'
Pleadwcll. Mrs. William D. Leahy,
Miss Harlan and MIsb Squire.
Senator and Mrs. Saulsbury will en
tertain at dinner Monday evening,
whon the Vice President nnd Mis.
Marshall will bo the honor guests.
Wedding Date Is Set.
Miss Hanna Taylor, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hannls Taylor, has selected
May 8 as tho date of her marriage to
Charles Clay Bayly. The wedding will
tako place at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
Taylor In O street.
Mrs. Reld Hunt will be her sisters
matron of honor and Miss Elna Calder
on will be tho maid of hbnor.
Llttlo Miss Marlon Taylor, niece of
Miss Taylor, and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles LcBaron Taylor, of Mo
bile, Ala., will serve as flower girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Hampson Gary enter
tained at dinner last evening when
their guests wcro senator and Mrs.
Sheppard of Texas; Mr. and Mrs. James
Young. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mark L. Goodwin,
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockhart.
Benefit for Incurables.
Mrs. George Pcabody EUBtls will give
a concert nt tho Plnyhouso tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock, for the benefit
of tho Home for the Incurables. Mrs.
Eustls will be assisted by tho Boston
Quartet, Mr. Nonck, first violin; Mr.
Roth, second violin; Mr. Ferlr, viola,
of tho Boston Symphony Orchestra,
and Alwln Bchroeder, 'cello, formerly
with tho Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Mrs. Eustfs Is selling tho tickets, and)
a. .!. .. 1a nii t niAnn'i mil. i1
sic store. Tho program will Include se
lections from Mozart, Chopin, Grieg,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Sanders, of Chi
cago, who are returning from Florida,
(are at tho Wlllard. Othor arrivals
there are Mr. and Mrs, Ueorge U. sage,
of Rochester: Air.
ana Airs. James w.
Providence, who aro en routo North
from Palm Beach,
At the Shoreham.
Airs. Charles Hill Wlllson and Allss
Jcnnlo Alltchell. of Alt. Vernon, N. Y
are at tho Shoreham. Othor guests
ot tho hotel aro Air. and Mrs. Edward
C, Hawthorne, of Englewood, N. J.:
William Endlcott.' of Boston: Air. and
Airs. Francis H. Robinson, of Mont-
clalr, N. J.; Air. and Airs, Thomas R,
Gilford. Jr., and Air. and Airs. E, D,
Kccnan, of New York.
Air. and Airs. Perry Belmont left
Washington yesterday for New Vork
where they aro at the Rltz-Carlton
Always the same in quality,
flavor and price
Five kinds to suit varying tea tastes: Ceylon
and India Black, Blnck and Green Mixed, Formosa-Oolong,
English Breakfast; Ceylon Green.
The purity, etrer.3th and delicacy of flavor aro
kept intact by the airtight package.
And.pricas havo not advanced. At your grocers
Airtight Vs lb. tins jl AS '
25c 30c 35c o&jhAnu
Distinguished Party Enjoys
Prettily Appointed Function
Mrs. Rufus Dav wns hostess at
prettily appointed luncheon today.
Among hor guests were Sirs. Oliver
Wendell Holmes. Mrs. Willis Van De
vanter, Mrs. John F. Sliufroth, Mrs.
James R. Mann, Airs. J. Wlllard Rags
dale. Mrs. C. C. AtcChord, Airs. Jostnh
A. Van Orsdel, Airs. George 13. Martin,
Mm. A. A. Jones, Airs. Wnltcr I. Alc
t'oy, Airs. Huston Thompson, Mrs. John
W. Foster, Airs. T. DeWItt Talmage.
Airs. John Temple Graves, Airs. Lloyd
W. Bowers, Mrs. Thomas Hutchinson,
Airs. Wade Ellis. Alrr. Wilton J. Lam
bert, and Airs. James L. Karrlck.
Atlss Lois Fprlcg. daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. William Alerccr Snrlgg. Is recov
ering slowly from an operation per
Among the dinner hosts of the even
ing will bo Air. nnd Airs. Robert Hollls
ter Chapman and Air. and Airs. Charles
Entertains Young People.
Airs. John M. Culp Is entertaining a
number of young people at bridge to
day In honor of her daughter. Mrs.
Henrv J. Porter. Jr.
There nre four tab.'cs. An Informal
ten will follow later In tho afternoon,
when Allss Nancy Gordon Jones nnd
Airs. Robert AI. Hlncklev will do tho
honors at the tea table.
Airs. John Russell Young Is entertain
ing at bridge today nt the homo of hor
son. Lieut. Gordon Young, U. 8. A., at
the Washington Barracks.
Among the gucstB are Mrs. William
P. Wooten. Mrs. Gustave Lukesh. Airs.
Carroll Buck. Mrs Samuel T. Ansel!.
Airs. Will Point. Airs. Virgil Peterson.
Mrs. John Hodges. Mrs. R. L. Averv.
Mrs. J. T. Mllcy, and Airs. J. O. B.
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for each quarter mile thereafter and 20c additional PER
TRIP for each of the second and third passengers, and no
additional charge for passengers above three. m
TERMINAL TAXICA3 CO.
Today's ' Amusements. Sched
ulo of Functions for To
Bp.clal stnrlecs. "Womin In
undr tbo direction of Mrs.
Dsmtt. KDlbhsnv Church iM ti in
Addr.in,. "itunuui Interest In the War,"
Mrs. Humphrey D, Howell, Uaalneea High
School, t p. m.
Discussion. "Eugenics," under the direction
fof Paul Popenoe. y. M. C. A., t p. m.
HeylUI. Colin Clerk White. Washington
Chapter of the Daughters of the American
Revolution. Washington Club, lnmk
"S""- Washington Cat Club, home ot Mrs.
P. M, Tompkins. 1MI Third street north
west, 8 p. m, .
Addressee. E. J. Ward and Dr. Joseph II.
Wall, before Washington Bectlan of the
Council of Jewish Women, Eighth Street
Temple, J:M p. m.
Lecture, "Yellowstone National Park," C N
Hunt, auditorium ot Woodward Loth
rop's. Id. in,
Illustrated lecture. "The South Tadar."
Claude N. Ucnnett. Home Club, 1:15 n m.
Lecture, Miss Marlon Weaton Cottle. Wash
ington College t Law, 5 p. m.
Masonic-Federal. No. lj AcacU. No. lC
special p. m.; Takomi. No. tOj rrlend
ahlp. No. 17, Eaa"m Star; Evangellat
Chapter, Scottish Itlte.
Odd Fellows Washington, No. ti (lolden
Kule. No. a: Amity. No. 27; Fred D.
Btuart. No. 7. enumnnunt.
.Knlghta of Pythlas-Webater, No. 7; Rxeel
r alor. No. It; Capital. No. 21; Myrtle. No.
Daughters of Beotla Lady Maelnmn Lodse
Instituting. Maionle Hall. Eighth and r
Royal Arcanum-Oriental Council, regent's
Knlghta of Columbua-Washington Council
tatlonal Union Headquarters ipen.
Entertainment, Central Jewish Ilellef.Com
mlttee of Washington, ltauschtr'e. after
noon and evening.
Banquet, Hecond Corps Association, Army of
tbe Potomac. New Ebbltt. 7:J0 p. m
Mvetlnir. board of governors, netall' Mer
chants' Association, In keadquarttrs, 2
Address, "nuslntaa Ethics," Isaac Oana. b-
rshV.r.,M KhAL lotS. """m vH1,h
Illustrated lecture. The State of Washlnc
!onU ,?"S,or, AV. V- Jon"- befor. H?iS".
land Urotherhood. Iord Memorial Hall i
n. m. ,
Enterulnment for the blind. Library of Con
gress, l:U p. m. -on
Meeting. Chamber of Commerce, headquar
ters, s p. m.
wi,v, uaitfcb ocnoQi, s p. m.
Bpeolal servlcrs. "Women In the Church."
under the direction of Mrs. Kate Waller
Ilarrett. Epiphany Church. 4:30 p m.
Address. "War 8torles from the llattlediUs
of Europe." Ilobjrt Minor, under direction
of the Socialist Party, IVthlan Temple. (
uatrated lecture. "Tellowatone Park." C.
U. Hunt, auditorium. Woodward and
Lothrop s. i p. m.
Muslcale and auction lunch, under direction
of the Home Club Target Association. Home
Club. 8:15 d. m. '
Meeting, with addresses by Conrisamen
Ualley and Dald. the Itev, E. II. Parkin
son and Mite Rebecca Shelly, Anti-War
League of the District, Iubllc Library, t
Concert., benefit of the Home for the Incur
ables. Playhouse. UK N atreet northwest.
J D. m.
Meeting, Henry W. tawton Camp. No. 4, U.
fi. W. V., Perpetual Building Association
Hall. S n, m.
Annual meeting. Army Relief Society. New
Wlllard. 10:JO a. m.
Lecture, "England and 8-otUni!." new
Earle Wllney, assembly hall, Y M. C. A.,
:15 p. m.
Lecture-recital. Mrs. Mlgnon Ulke I-am-asure.
at her studlo-reeldenre. ?:!&. n m.
Meeting, Florida Society, Logan Hotel, loua
Circle. S p m.
Lecture. "Italian and 8pantah Drama,"
Emma Goldman. Arcade Hall. n, m
Illustrated lecture, "Panama. PtuIAc Intrrn-.
tionai KJ.Jio.mon. Jneepn Abel. Washing
inn Hebrew Congregation, Eighth Street
Temple. 8:15 p. m.
Meeting. Hoard of Education, Franklin
Sfhonl, J:SO p. m.
Masonic Washington Centennial, No. It.
special. G: p. m. : n.lrls. No. :, East
Oatc. No. 34: Areme. No. 10, Eastern 8tar.
Odd Fellows Eastern. No. 7. Federal City.
No M; Harmony, No. f; Friendship, No.
KnlghtK of Pvthlns Mt. Vernon, Nn. S;
Equal, No. 17; Friendship Temple, No. I,
Improved Order or Red Men White Eagle
Daughters of Isabella Court No. :i!. In
itiation, National Union Treasury Council O. A. R.
Hall: Congressional Council, Typographi
cal Temple; Postofflce Department Coun
cil. Flynn'a Hall.
Boclallst Party Lecture. Pythian Temple.
National "Prlnce.s Tra-La-La." Jju. p, m.
PoH'a-"On Trial." 2:15 and S:15 p. m.
Keith's Vaudeville. 2:15 and 3:15 p. m
Delasoo"Oerrnany at War," motion pictures,
2:J0 and p. ro.
Oayety Burlesque. 2:15 and J:1S p. m.
Loew's Columbia Photoplays. 11 a. m. to 11
Brother and Sister Are
Both in Divorce Mill
YtRA CITY. Cat.. March H.-Claudo
Douglas and his sister, Airs. Nyda C
Green, both entered the divorce mill
of Cutter county the samo day.
The brother is tho defendant In a
suit which his wife, Minnie, has insti
tuted against him, while his elster Is
tho plaintiff in n suit ngalnst her hus
band. Clarence F. Green.
body, the Ingredients are released In
tho form of vapors. These soothing,
medicated vapors aro Inhaled all night
long through tho air passages to the
lungs, loosening the phlegm, roothln.T
the Inflamed membrano end aiding thn
body cells to drive out the invading
In addition, Vlck's is absorbed
through tho pores, reducing the Inflam
mation and taking out that tightness
and soreneis. 2Ec, 60c, or 11.00. At all
Mrs. Richard Young Entertains
Large Party at tho New
Mrs. Josf-phua Daniels wan the guest
In whoso honor Aire Richard Toting en
tertained at luncheon at the Wlllard to.
Those Invited to meet the guest of
hnnnr Mn Tin gnpenev. Mtl. JoO
E. Eagle. Mrs. John A. Peters. Mrs.
Ernest Roberta. Mrs. BUmson Brown,
Mrs. W. R. Wcddcrspoon, Mrs. Thomas)
Plckford, Mrs. Julius Knhn. Mrs. Vic
tor Katlffmann, Mrs. S. W. Pompsey,
Miss Herbert, of Alexandria: Mrs. Phil
ander Johnson. Airs. Yung Kwal. Airs.
Howard S. Rtesldo, Mrs. Lvwls Foerf
ter. Airs. George P. White, Afrs. Charlea
Helmbold, Airs. Francois Berger Alo
ran, Airs. AInlcolin AlcConnlho. Mrs.
Thomas P. Gore, Airs. W. C. Hnrllce,
Airs. Arthur Stlmson, Mrs. Hnmpson
Gary. Airs. Cone Johnson, Mrs. Charles
W. Richardson, Airs. AfltehMI Carroll,
Mrs. Homer P. Snyder, of New York.
Airs. William Spencer Thurber. Mls
Anna Richards, nnd Mrs. Carl Droop.
"Luncheon was served In the blue parlor
of tho Wlllnr'i.
Tho decorations were of spring blos
soms and an artlstlcnllv arranged sunk
en garden formed tho centerpiece of
Airs. Yoting. who has beexT spending
the winter at the Grafton, will go to
New York tomoirow for n fw dnvn
and thence on to New Haven to ee her
son. Cntirtnev Rlchnrd Ymtngf who Is a
student at Vale 1'nlvcrsltv. She wilt
return to Washington about Knster
Mrs. Grant Entertains.
Airs. Frederick Dent Grant enter
tained at dinner last night at the Alan
hattan Motel, In New York.
H. T, Constnntlnldl, first secretary of
thn arpnk location, has returned to
Washington from Whlto Sulphur
Springs, whero ho passed last week.
will not entail hours of
back-breaking work at the
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qrjecial Shewing flQO 50
Af "noon Dresses $"
A Special "Velvet Kind" Ice Cream
FOR ST. PATRICK'S DAY
fc !tf,g,ijgtgc JimskLS
TKHoobwatb Si tJtotbrou
Invite You to Their .
Complete Exhibition of
New Spring Millinery
With rare skill and originality our modistes have applied to
the nijllinery on display here the latest, most novel effects in
shapes and garniture so that each hat is distinctive, individual
and apart from anything you will see elsewhere or even here.
There are Poke Bonnets,' Roll Sailors, Turbans, High Small
Shapes, Close-fitting Hats, Wide-brim Sailors, Flat-brim Drooping
Hats, giving expression to every dominant millinery influence
and guaranteeing a selection for each one. They emphasize the
wondrous charm and becomingness which fashion has decreed.
' Distinguished Dress Hats, in soft and drooping shapes;
smart straight sailors, nuaint Wattcnu and poke effects:
Ribbon-trimmed Hats ana Flower Hats; large and small
sizes. Hats that bear the unmistakable charm of cxclu
sivencss and correctness of mode.
Smart Tailored Hats', of all straw, satin and straw, '
French and Georgette crepe and straw; many with bandeau
to give the height. Simple of trimming a quill, a band of
ribbon or flowers deftly applied yet portraying rare charm
and elegance. Sport Hats designed for sport, motoring and
Children's Millinery, both in the dress and tailored
modes, and in large and small straight drooping models;
many close-fitting shapes, prettily, trimmed with ribbons
Mourning Hats, in crepe and straw combined, silk and
straw and maline and straw, French crepe and straw. Com
binations of materials that have produced models exquisite
for their fashionable correctness and suitability.
Toques and Bonnets for the elderly woman, in a very
large and extremely interesting showing.
We have one of the highest grade and best style informed
organizations and we will take great pleasure in creating millinery
to order if there is nothing in our displays to meet your wants.
Our designers have given much study to the styles and have ah
sorbed the spirit of the season in such a manner that they aro
able to transfer your ideas into a, hat of mpst pleasing style or to
offer suggestions as to what you should wear.
Third Floor. F st.
For St. Patrick's Day we will
make our Vanilla Brick Ice
Cream with a SHAMROCK
DESIGN IN THE CEN
TER. The Velvet Kind is
always popular. This special
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and be in demand.
The bricks cone ia individual slices, particularly
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