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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. MONDAY. " NOVEMBER 20, 1910:
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DR. PORRAS, PANAMA'S a capital debutante 1
NEW ENVOY. RECEIVED .
AT THE WHITE HOUSE
Assistant Secretary of State
Makes Presentation to the
President.
CEREMONY IN BLUE ROOM
Miss Margaret Wilson Returns
After Giving Recital at Har
risburg,.Pa. Tho President today received tho new
ly appointed minister of Panama, Dr.
Don Bollsarlo Porras, who presented
his credentials at tho White llouso at
noon. Tho little, ceremony took place
In tho Bluo Room, wltlt Assistant Sec
retary of Stato William Phillips to
rnako tho presentation, and Col. W. W,
llarts, military aide, In attendance on
tho President.
Miss Margaret Wilson, who save a
recital In llarrlsburg, Pa.t last week,
arrived in town Saturday evening, and
lias Joined President nnd' Mrs. Wilson
at tho White House.
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Mrs. Lansing At Home.
Mrs. Ilobcrt Lansing will be nt
home informally this afternoon and
again tomorrow afternoon to mem
bers of tho Diplomatic Corps who
wish to call upon the wife of tho
Secretary of State.
- In view of the delicate situation
provalllng In tho corps by reason tt
the war In Kuropc, It was necessary
to reservo two afternoons at home
instead of the one which might have
served In happier times. Tho French
ambassador, who Is dean of tho corps,
and Mm a. Jusserand will bo the rjonor
guests today, and among others who
will attend the first gathering of the
Diplomatic Corps this season are the
. representatives of Great Britain,
Uussla, Italy, Japan, Belgium, and
their allies.
Tomorrow the German ambassador
and the representatives of the coun
tries friendly to the central powcis
will bo among: the guests. In this
way Mrs. Lansing will avoid all em
rassment for her guestB, while she
maintains her social neutrality.
Tho Minister of Panama and Se-
II nora de Porras, who havo but re-
' centlv come to Washington will meet
Mrs. Lansing for the first time this
afternoon. '
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Blair are
closing their country home, "Falk
land," near Silver Springs, Md to
day, and aro moving into fic resi
dence of Mrs. John E. Ilcybuin, 1748
N street, which they have leased for
the winter. Tho house will be the
scene of a number of entertainments
j th4Ht jvlnter given in honor of thel
younger daughter, Miss Minna Blair,
Who will be presented to society at
a ball on December -2.
Hlnknmp to Entertain,
Mis. Clarence Hlnkamp, wife of
Lieutenant Hlnkamp, U. S. N., will
entertain at dinner Wednesday night
at tho Chevy Chase Club before tho
mldweckly dance.
Qlrs. Hlnkamp will leave Washing
ton Friday for New York, where sho
will spend tho week end at the Me
Alpln. She will attend the Army and
Navy football game, and will be ac
companied by Miss Anita Kite. On
Sunday, Mrs. Hlnkamp will go to
visit Miss Dorothy Salisbury at her
homo In Now York for several weeks.
About December 1 Mrs. Hlnkamp wltl
go to Santo Domingo to join her hus
band and to remain indefinitely,
.j.
Miss Natalie Drlggs will go to New
York at the end of the week to at
tend the Army and Navy football
game on Saturday. Miss Elizabeth
Chase, Miss Sunanno ChaBO and Miss
Ada Birmingham also will go from
Wellington to attend the game.
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Mr. and Mrs. Warwick Emlle Mont
gomery will entertain a number of
the season's debutantes at dinner
this evening in compliment to their
daughter. Miss Anna Montgomery.
Miss Montgomery will forego a. for
mal presentation to society, but will
take part In the festivities In honor
of the debutantes.
IIiin Lived Here Long.
The appointment of Aksol C. P.
Wlchfeld, as attache to tho legation
of Denmark, of which his kinsman,
Constantln Brun, Is chief, will place
a wellknown Washington hostess
within the diplomatic circle, as well
fin nrirl on nrnnmnllaliorl vrtnni tnn
to Mr. Brun's staff. The newly madel
diplomat lias resided in Washington
for the greater part of the last five
years, and at the time of his mar
riage was acting as tutor to the
young sons of his bride, the latter
at that time Mrs. Clarenco Moore,
widow of one of the heroes of the
Tltantlc tragedy.
Mr. and Mrs. Wlchfeld, who have
been at the latter'n estate, Swiftmoor,
Prides Crossings, Mass., through the
summer and early autumn, will, af
ter a short visit to the Virginia
Springs, establish themselves In their
Massachusetts avenue home for the
winter.
The Countess Itaben of Denmark,
who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Wlchfeld at Prides Crossing during
the last summer, will arrive In Wash
ington tomorrow to pass ome time
with the Spanish Ambassador and
Mme. Rlano, who are old friends of
her family.
Mrs. Walcott nt Home.
Mrs. Charles D. Wnlcott will be at
home Informally this afternoon and
every succeeding Monday afternoon
during the season.
Miss Helen Walcott, who went to
France In the spring to nurse, Is de
lighted with her work and declares
her Intention of continuing It until
the war ends. Sho is In Chambery,
Savoy, in southern Franco, whore the
convalescent woundod are cared for.
William C. FlttB. Assistant to the
Attorney General, and Mrs. Fltts will
entertain Informally at dinner Thurs
day night In compliment, to the At
torney Gcnoral and Mrs. aregory.
Miss Elizabeth Mattlson will go to
New Haven, Conn., at the end of the
week to attxnd tho Yale Harvard foot
ball gamo there Saturday.
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Miss Klolse Brown, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, Herbert H. Brown, will
leave Washington Wednesday for an
extended visit In Cincinnati. Her
rlster, Miss Mildred Brown, will go
to Philadelphia Wednesday to visit
Miss Marlon Adams. Miss Adams and
Miss Brown will go to Now York
nt tho end of the week to attend tho
Army arid Navy football game.
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Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leland 0.
luncheon given by
Miss Pocahontas Butler, Who Is
to Be Bride Thanksgiving,
Is Guest.
Miss Mary Lord Andrews, daugh
ter of Mrs. nilphalet Andrews, will
entertain at tea this afternoon at
her residence. In Sixteenth street, in
compliment to Miss Pocahontas But
ler, who Is her guest. Miss Andrews
will be maldnf honor at tho mar
riage of Miss Butler and Capt. Thom
as Depuy Woodson, Medical Corps, U.
S. A., which will be solemnized
Thanksgiving Day at Elliott, the
North Carolina home of former Sen
ator and Mrs. Butler.
Mrs. George Y. Porter and Mrs.
FItzhugh Lee Mlnnlgerodo will do
the honors at the tea table and Mme.
CharleH Paul Hubschcr, wife of Dr.
Htibschcr, of tho Swiss legation, will
presldo at the punch bowl. Miss An
drews and MIsh Butler will be as
sisted in receiving by Miss Charlotte
Harding, Miss Helen Blodgctt, Miss
Anita Henry, Miss LydlaChapIn, MIbs
Dolores Crawford, Mrs. Ilalph Gold
thwalte and Mrs, Mason Young. The
house Is charmingly decorated with
chrysanthemums and autumn leaves
and the tea table has a graceful cen
terpiece of yellow chrysanthemums.
Miss Butler will leave town tomor
row for Elliott, accompanied by Miss
Andrews, who will visit Mr. and Mrs.
Butler until after the wedding.
Mis Whiting Lent log.
Miss Esther Whiting will leave
Washington Wednesday for New
York, where sho will visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Morton Stelle until after
Thanksgiving. She will attend the
Army and Navy football game on
Thanksgiving. From New York. Miss
Whiting will go to Boston to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Harrison Chamberlain for
a month or more.
Major and Mrs. Mark Brooke will be
the guests of honor at a dinner which
Miss Alice Shepard will give on De
cember 8.
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Mrs. FItzhugh Lee Mlnnlgerodo, wife
of Cnptain Mlnnlgerodo. U. S. A Is
visiting the captains' sister, Mrs. E.
P. Andrews. Sho will remain with
Mrs. Andrews until the first of the
year. Captain Mlnnlgerodo, who Is on
duty at the University of Alabama, in
Tuscaloosa, will como to Washington
to Bpend Christmas, and will take
Mrs. Mlnnlgerodo back with him. This
is the first visit that Captain and Mrs.
MInnlgerode have made to Washing
ton for a number of years, as the
captain has been stationed In the West
for a long time.
Mrs. C. O. W111K of Champlalp, III.,
1b visiting her son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Max Kauff
mann. MaJ. Gen. Tasker H. Bliss has gone to
Atlantic City for a short stay,
Melville Church Away.
Melville Church has gono to New
Tork, where he Is stopping at the Man
hattan Hotel for a few days.
Mrs. U. S. Grant, 3d, has gone to
Lakewood, N. J for an Indefinite
stay.
Mr. and Mrs. James Leo Taylor, of
Dobbs Fcrry-on-Hudaon and New York,
announce the engagement of tholr
daughter, Miss Francos Taylor, to
Rowland A. Patterson, a son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rowland Alexandor Patter
son, of New York. Miss Taylor wna
graduated from Trinity College, In
this city, Mr. Patterson Is ono of tho
assistant directors of phyntcal train
ing of the Board of Education. Tho
marriage will takd place on Thanks
giving Day at 5(30 p. m. In tho Church
of tho Holy Cross, New York. Miss
Grace Ruth Taylor will be her fitter's
only attendant, and Francli Hoffman
Is to be Mr. Patterson's beat man.
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LELAND HOWARD,
Howard, who was honor guest at
her mother today.
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Mrs. Chapin and Daughter to
Leave Town End of This
Week for Contest.
Mis. Frederick L. Chapin and her
daughter. Miss Lydla Chapin, will go
to Now York at the end of the week
to uUcndithe Army and Navy foot
ball game. Miss Chapin, who has
come from their home In Erie. Pa.,
to pass hor first season In Washing
ton society, will not bo presented at
the usual large leccptlon, but will
be Introduced to tho friends of her
mother, who has been intimately
Identified with Washington social
life, at a series of dinner parties to
be given by Sirs. Chapin In her honor.
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Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Marlon P.
Mails, who are visiting Mrs. Maus'
mother, Mrs. Charles H. Poor, passed
the week end at their country home
In Rockvllle, Md. General and Mrs.
Maus will leave Washington In about
ten days for an Indefinite stay In
North Carolina.
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An interesting addition to the
ranks of Washington debutantes will
i --- ... .urn Clonal! UUTU,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Owsley
Pnr-fl. nt T.niiful1! nMri .
daughter of the artist, Nlcolo Mnr
schall, who will spend part of tho
winter here. Miss Curd will be In-
irouucea 10 society December 8 at a
boll at the Wlllard, with her kins
woman, Mrs. James Pryor Tarvln. as
hostess.
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G. V. Club Gives Dance. ,
The New Haven 'Club of George
town University gave an informal
dance at 1414 Massachusetts avenue
Saturday evening from 0:30 to 12. Tho
reception rooms were decorated In
autumn hues, and tho pennants and
banners adorning tho walls, gave a
touch of collego atmosphere.
Prominent among tho patrons and
patronesses were Major and Mrs.
George A. Gordon, Mr. and Mts. F. F.
Vrooman, Mr. and Mrs. Staples, Mrs.
J. A. Jacotes, and Mrs. S. B. Buchanan.
The young people present were
Misses Helen Janes, Virginia Price,
Gertrude Vlors, Ruth L. Halpenny,
Mary B Ward, Kdith Gotwalls, Helen
Strong, Klolse Staples, Gertrude
Weaver, Enid Johnson, and Miss Lu
cille Brown, of Jacksonville, Fla.
Tho young men, all Georgetown stu
dents,, were John L. De Mayo, John
Maloney, Gcorgo R. Davles,' medical,
20: Charles Lovler, law. '10; Harry
H. Bradsley, dental, '10; Edward Bren
nan and Edward Kelley, law, '1H:
James Hendry, Harold Long. Samuel
Staples, and James McCormlck, law,
-.J.Mr.
McCormlck Entertains.
MrB. Robert McCormlck entertained
guests at dinner last evening.
Tho twenty-soventh annual meeting
of tho First Needlework Guild of
Washington will be held this aftor
noon at 3 o'clock at the home of the
president, Mrs. Richard C. Dean, 1736
I street northwest. This Is an organ
ization to aid tho poor of Washington
directly. It was organized by Mrs.
Jane O. Mahon In 18M), and after her
death was continued by hor daughter,
Mrs. Robert Craig, who devoted her
llfo to It. Anyone wishing to become
a member has only tax send each year
two new artlcloB to 1606 Seventeenth
street northwest.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hanson Boy
den have returned to Washington
from their bridal trip and will be
with Mrs. Boyden's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Pearson Parker, until the
completion of tho residence they are
building in Prince George's county.
Mrs. Boyden was Miss Margaret Park
er. Their marriage took place In St.
John's Church, October 25.
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Coffee, 25c lb.'
Its delightful nromn la an Invi
tation to taste Its delicious
flavor.
N. W. BURCHELL,
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CHAPiNS WILL GO TO
NEW YORK FOR GAW
PRESIDENT TO SEE
BALLET RUSSE HERE
Secretary of State and Mrs.
Lansing to Be Guests of tho
Phillips Tonight.
The President and Mrs. Wilson ex
pect to attend tho performance of
the Russian ballet at one of tho three
performances which will bo given at
the Bolasco Theater beginning this
evening.
The Secretary of State and Mrs.
Lansing wilt be guests in the box
iWhlch Assistant Secrotary of State
ana Airs. William Phillips nave taken
for this evening, and the Russian
Ambassador land Mme. Bakhmeteff
havo taken 'a box for the season.
They will havo several guests with
them this evening.
Others who havotaken boxos are
Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh, Mr, and Mrs.
Edward B. McLean and Mrs. George
W. Vanderbllt.
.
Miss Sophie Slobert will preside at
the tea tnble and a number of mem
bers of tho Junior League will assist
at tho housewnrmlng and official
opening of the Specialty Shop of
Indurtrles this afternoon, from 3 to
C o'clock, at 1004 F street.
The membors of the Industrial com
mittee arn Mrs. John William Thomp
son, chairman; Mrs. Christian Hem
mlck, .Mrs. John Jay White,' Mrs. Fre
mont, Miss Trances Noyes, Mrs. J. P.
R Notlgh, Miss Slobert, Miss Vinton,
and Mrs. Thomas Holcombc, Jr.
A variety of articles made bv the
Industrial department of the Neigh
borhood House will be on sale.
Alumni Meeting.
Purdue Alumni Association ot
Washington met Tuesday evening,
November 14, at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. G. C. Weschler, 1243 Monroe
street northeast. Dr. W. E. Stone,
president of Purduo University, and
Mrs. Stone were guests. Dr. Stone
addressed the members. Those pres
ent were Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Stone,
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Stevens, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Marsh, Messrs. G. P. Rob
inson, V. A. Eberly. F. F. Mason,
C. P. Smith. O. A. Weschler, J. F.
McBcth. F. W. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs.
A, S Fennell, Jr., Mrs. W. Stuart,
Miss Berenice Sllberberg, Miss Anna
L. Kroginann, Miss Kathleen Wesch
ler, H. II. Moore, A. E. Lodcr M. X.
Wllhcrdlng and M. Weschler.
Stonewall Jackson Chapter, United
Daugtehrs of the Confederacy, will
hold a tea and needle-work lale De-ccmbf-
4 at Confederate Memorial
Home, 1322 Vermont avenue, from 1
to 7:30 p. m.
A dance from 8 to 12 o'clock will
follow. Those 'n charge are Mrs.
C. I). Merwln, jhalrman. .Mrs. CharUs
F. Karr, Mrs. Ilirbcrt C. Wllklns.
Mrs. S. jjprlgg Belt, Mrs. Gustnvus
Werber. .Mrs. Kathcrlne It. rjslln,
Miss May V. Frey, Mrs. C. W. SheVlff,
Mrs. B. Stedham, Mrs. Ellzalialh C.
Fred, Mrs. J, M. Frey. Mrs. Plnckner
T. Bodell. MIhs Ida Lewis, .Vrn. .1. V.
Pitcher, and Miss Harriet Bowie.
Miss Etta Louise Taggart It chair
man of the dnnce committer, with
Miss Emily Thompson, vice chairman.
A special meeting of the chapter
will lie hold thin evening at S o'clock
In the Red Parlor, Ebbltt ilauvc.
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Mrs. llownnl Ilssteo.
Mrs, Leland O. Howaid entertained
at luncheon today at her residence,
202U llillycr place, In honor of her
debutante daughter, Miss Candace Le
land Howard.
The guests, among whom were sev
eral of the season's debutantes, wero
Miss Anne Hopkins, Miss Dorothy
Denys, Miss Gwendolyn Denys, Miss
Margaret Tuttle, Miss Adelaide Tuttlc,
Miss Amy Bennett, Miss Lena Hitch
cock, Miss Kathcrlne Hitchcock, Mlsi
Lois Sprlgg, Miss Emily Kutz. Miss
Mary Lord Andrews, Miss Loutso
King, and Miss Margaret Clark.
Miss Howard will go to New Haven
to attend the Yale-Harvard gamo
Saturday. Later she will visit Miss
VUlah Thompson In New York, and
will be a member of the receiving
party at Miss Thompson's, debut.
Engagement Announced.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Falrchlld.
of New York city, hove announced the
engagement of their laughter. Miss
Emily Constance, to Lieut. Com. Byron
A. Long, U. S. N. Lieutenant Com
mander Long Is stationed on tho de
stroyer Nlcholron. No doto has been
set for the wedding.
One of tho Interesting events of this
evening will be the reception and
dance to bo given In the red room of
the Wlllard by the Washington Camp,
' Sons of Confederate Veterans. Tho
guests of honor will be Miss Suzanne
Chase, sponsor: the maid of honor.
Miss Olive Plant, and Mrs. Gilmer
Brenlzer, the first matron of honor
the camp has ever had.
Mrs. Clement A. F. Flagler will go
to New York Wednesday, to remain
until next Monday and to attend the
Army-Navy game Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph StrasburRer
have gone to Atlantic City, where
they will be located at the Hotol St.
Charles for an indefinite period.
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Will Attend Dig Gome.
Mrs. Laurence Clarke, accompanied
by, her sister, Miss Catherine Pace,
and Miss Margarot Douglas, will leavo
town Friday to attend tho,Army-Navy
football gamo In New York. Mrs.
Clarko will later Join her husband,
Lieutenant Clarke, U. S. N., In New
London, Conn. Miss Pace will visit at
West Point beforo returning to Wash
ington. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer Easlcy aro es
tablished at tho Mendota for the win
ter months. Mrs. Easley was former
ly MIbb Josephine Mason. Their mar
riage took place In the autumn.
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Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rush Logle
will present, their daughter. Miss
Taylor Logle, to eocloty Tuesday, Do-
ccmber 2U.
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Mrs. Paul Bartlett will return to
Washington today after a short vUIt
In New York.
Police in Clawhammers.
AKRON, Nov. 20. Police officers
must wear evening clothes. This or
der on the police hulletln board
caused a stir until It was found It
applied to the annual police ball.
ELECTRIC CHAFING
DISHES, $9.50.
Gifts Worth While.
Carroll Electric Co.,
714 12th St Main 7320.
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1 1 EQUALS RECORD
Daring Aviatrix Flies 840 Miles
From Chicago to Metropolis
in Old Aeroplane.
(Continued from First Pago.)
shield for protection, the plucky
in.?- woman outstripped Victor
caristrom s record for continuous
cross-country flight mode on Novem
ber z, in the very latest tvpo of ma
c"'nej and then continued her Journey
and now farther than has any woman
before In history.
Left at 7i23 A. M.
Miss Ijxw left Chicago at 7:25 (cen
tral lime) yesterday. Sho reached
ninghamlon B90 miles away at 4:20
P. m. and resumed her night at 7:20
this morning.
Her llylng time for the cntlro trip
J" lioura and r.9 minutes.
Numb with cold. Miss Law was
Helped front her aeroplane nt Govern
ors Island bv Major General Wood,
J.ry.. lliouse, and Augustus
A,',,0Llatior 'wo Rovcrnors of the
Aero Club of America.
"? Plucky little woman was 1m
nle.ull.ltrl ''""tied Into an automobile
? "d driven to an army officer's houso
to "thaw out,"
The last leg of the night 270 miles
was made through a dense fog.
mish Law said the fog was so hcavv
tnnt she was forced lo fly very low,
barely topping tho hills along tho'
Hudson, in order to bo able to see tho
groutid and Keep her bearings.
Machine Often Invisible.
The fog was so dense, In fact, that
her flight was followed with difficulty
after sho loft Ulnghamton. Ono re
port was received of her passing Port
Jcrvls,but at many points the aero
plane was Invisible becauso of the
mist.
"I followed the Delaware and Sus
quehanna railroad for a time after
leaving BInghamton," Miss Law said.
Then I cut cross-country. It was
Pretty cold, but naturally It wasn't
as bad as yesterday, when I was In
tho nlr much longer. I finished the
trip without taking on any gasolono
In addition to that with which the
.!! . wer0 replenished nt Homell.
I barely had enough to flnlsh on.
As I neared Oovernor'rf Island, tho
engine was using the last. 1 vol
planod to the earth and landed with
tho tank practically empty."
Housing -Ileceptlon.
Miss Law was given a rousing ro
ceptlon when she landed on Govern
or's Island. A band at the head of a
detachment of soldiers on morning
'parade was playing as sho was sight
ed and Immediately their music was
turned Into u blare of grcotlng.
Immediately Miss Law was lifted
from her machine It was wheeled
away to stand beside another aero
plane. This machine, strangely enough, was
the giant tractor In which Victor Cari
strom made his flight from Chicago
to New York, nnd whose record of 452
miles for continuous flight Miss Law
surpassed.
Caristrom Is still In New York, nnd
warmly commended the woman avi
ator. Ho characterized her flight as
the greatest aviation feat of the year.
Post and Woodhntise, the Aero Club
officials, dec'arcd the flight of Carl
strom and MIsh Law Jiad demonstrated
boyond any doubt that an nlr lino be
tween Chicago and New York might
soon bo expected. Miss Law declared
that only a shortage of gasolene pre
vented her from making tho flight
without a stop.
Had No Trouble.
Her machine developed no trouble!
whatever. A loose bolt forced Carl
stjnm to alight when h,o landed at
Erie. Pa
All authorities were enthusiastic to
day over the great strides shown In
this country In aviation within the
last few wee'ts.
On the heels of Carlstrom's great
flight, a neet of twelve aeroplanes
How from Hampstcad, L. I to Prince
ton, to witness the Yale-Prlnccton
football game Saturday.
Then rame the flight of Miss Law,
and almost slmultanenous announce
ment of tho new palatial flying boat
built by the American Trans Ocean
Company, of which Rodman Wana
maker Is tho head.
This flying yacht Is built to carry
five persons. Tho interior of the yacht
Is fitted up as luxuriously as a similar
craft buITt for uso on the water.
Racing Motor Stolen.
Police are searching for the racing
car of, Vladlma Brandcs, of 3313
North Calvert street, Baltimore,
which was stolen from In front of the
New Cochran Hotel, this city, about
0 o'clock last night. The car had a
blue body and bore Maryland license
No. 38371.
''My Coffee"
The Coffee with
the aroma that
calls for a sec
ond cup.
Kf30c
John H. Magruder
Fine Groceries
nnd Wlues.
Conn. Ave. nnd
It .Street.
Miller's
Self-Rising
Buckwheat
A breakfast that "puts
you In right" for a
good day delicious
hot cakes, made with
"Miller's" Buckwheat.
At Your Grocr' No Consumers Supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
Wholesale Grocers. 11th A M Sts. S.E.
NEW YORK
AND IlETUIl.N
Saturday Night, Nov. 26th
BALTIMORE' & OHIO
Special Train
Leave Union Station 13i20 A. M.
Sunday, November SOtli.
Arrive New York (Liberty St.)
fliiW A. M. At. New York (23rd
St.) TlOO A. M.
The ride) up the beautiful Hud
son IUrs by ferry to 33rd St, af
fords ths Most wonderful view
of the New York Skyline and Its
Billion Dollar Mile.
Itetnrnlng same day 6i((0 P. 31.
from 23rd St. and 5 KM) 1, M. from
Liberty St.
Full Information nt Ticket Of
fices, 151 h St. and N. Y. Ave., nnd
01U Penna. Ave, and Union Station.
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Bruised His Neck.
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turnover linen collar probably saved
the life of William Rmlthora a irn.
year-old deaf-mute, when another boy,
Marvin Stembler, shot him with a .22
caliber pistol.
uiemDier ana nve othsr boys were
tnlnir Hmlth.r. mmt m .-ki u
In which Stembler, It Is alleged,
I'uucu yui b yimui na urea at Bmitn
ers. The bullet struck Hmlthers' col-
lnr nna. triune nrr ,m..i.. u .i.,
his neck.
Stembler and his companions,
whose ages range from twelve to fif
teen Vfnrn wjkrit nwA-,1
-, ,..w aa.uati;u.
John J. Donaldson Succumbs
at Country Home Near Relay
Station.
liAI.TIMmiin X nn Tt ..,.
ti i wi Dona'oson, associate counsel In
;.i i j loI " Pennsylvania Rail
road. Is dead at his country horn a
?J'orA. "tince from Relay Station
IJeath resulted from organic heart
trouble and hardening of the arteries.
Ills death removes a unique figure
from the Maryland bar. Mr. Donald
son s hobby was literature and his
love for books made him a verltablo
encyclopedia of periods and move
ments In tho literary world and of his
torical facta.
CATCd Classics.
Mr. Donaldson's particular love was
for the classics. He devoured with
avlRty the works of Oreek and Latin
authors. He carried in his pocket al
most constantly a copy of Horace,
which he enjoyed reading in his leis
ure moments.
Donaldson, who was counsel for he
. ....a; ivuino. xvauruau up to me iimo
of his death.
T,,0.Jwa8 DOrn ,n Edgewood, near
Hlkrldge, In 18S0, and the house he
occupied at the time of HIb death was
not far from the house In which he
was born.
It was his custom to arise at 4
o clock In the morning to go out on
hunting expeditions, and he Is said to
have virtually orfarcd the woods for
miles around of red squirrels.
Mr. Donaldson was a graduate of the
Jaw school of the University of Mary
land, and later he lectured there on
legal subjects. For two years he at
tended the Harvard law school.
Railroad Counsel.
Mr. Donaldson was first counsel for
the Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Washington railroad, and later when
It was absorbed by the Pennsylvania
system he became Joint counsel In
Baltimore with the late Bernard N.
Carter.
Years ago he served In the Maryland
legislature.
He was married about thirty years
ago to Miss Ellen Shoemaker, who
survives him. Three sisters also sur
vive, the Misses Mary and Lucy Don
aldson, of Klkridge, and Mrs. Robert
8. Sloane, of Woodmere, Long Island.
$31,000,000 Parade.
CLEVnLXND. Nov. 20. Tho most
expensive parade over held here a
"1.000.000 affair, attracted little o?
no attention. It was a procession of
cash when a larp" bank moved its
quarters.
EMINENT BALTIMORE
ATTORNEY IS DEAD
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T
HE SUNDAY
Washington's Sure-Hit
Advertising Medium
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JU5ii
DEMAND DIGNITY N
llll CONTROL MOVE
Members of League Meet Today
to Take Aotlon on "Jones'
. Cartoons" as Postcards, '
The "Jones Family Group" has
started a dissension In the rariksrof
the Washington Birth Control LesgusJ
It threatens to line up the member
ship In two factions.
By way of explanation the "Jones
Family Group" Is a cartoon drawn
by K. R. Chamberlain for .ths
"Masses" and widely used In the Nstr
York birth control campaigi of Mrs.
Margaret Banger and her co-workers.
Rocently the Washington BJrth
Control League had a number of post
caida printed with the cartoon on
them, for sending out notices of
meetings..
The cartoon represents a hopeless,
be-spectacled family of seven, besides
the care-worn father and mother,
with Its members anaemic, deformed,
and III kempt. Below the cartoon Is
the caption "Mr. Jones believes that
family limitation Is criminal."
Some members of the league took
exception to this method of publicity,
and one of the prominent members,
Mrs. Evelyn C. Wldney, 13S6 Kenyon
street, wrote as follows:
"I wish to enter my protest against
sending through the mall postoards
such as I received a few days since,
entitled The Jones Family.' These
cards may be seen by many itoforo
reaching the one to whom sent, and
hy the uninformed and Ignorant, and
the whole purpose and aim of tho
'loague' distorted and vulgarised.
While there la no reason for any
secrecy In the proceedings, I feel
from the very nature of the move
ment It should be conducted with tho
utmost dignity, and that only by sucli
methods can the desired reforms ba
accomplished.
"If the methods to which I object
aro to obtain, I will ask that you re
move my name from your Hat of sui
porters." This and other protests led to a
call for a special meeting of ths
league this evening at the home, of
Its president, Mrs. Anna M. Wcxler,
-100 First street southeast.
SAYS BIRTH CONTROL
ISN'T ULTRA-MODERN
Birth control agitation is nothing
ultra-modern; It dates back to tho
early '30's In this country, Charles T.
Halllnan, of the National Birth Con
trol League, told tho Washington Sec
ular League at Pythian Temple yes
terday. Robert Owen and others, the speaker
said, agitated the question of birth
control nearly 100 years ago In this
country, and tho movement Is old and
well-known abroad.
"Mrs. Margaret Sanger has not sub
stantially Improved on the methods of
Robert Owen," Mr. Halllnan said.
The speaker then outlined the cs.uie.1
and the enactment of the so-called
Comstock laws passed by Congrein
early in the '70's, which, he said, wero
fostered by Anthony Comstock, whom
he described as "a vouiik zealot who
I swung like u club the great religious
! vote of the American middle classes."
! The speaker said that Comstock al
Iways allied birth control Information
!wlth obscene literature, and thus tliu
dissemination of birth control Infor
mation through the malls became a
crime.
In the discussion that rollowea, sev
eral speakers voiced their disapproval
of the repeal of any portion of the
so-called Comstock taws.
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to' 26x44
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and All Lace Table Covers and Scarf,
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