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S THE WASHINGTON HERALD MONDAY MAY 27 1907
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Woodward Lothrop LothropNew
New York YorkWASHINGTONParis YorkWASHINGTONParisWhite WASHINGTON WASHINGTONParis WASHINGTONParisWhite Paris ParisWhite
White Cotton Dress Materials MaterialsRADUATES MaterialsGRADUATES MaterialsG
RADUATES June Brides Bridesmaids and hosts of other otherr otherwomen otherwomen
GRADUATES G r women are thinking of dainty white frocks frocksThe frocksThe frocksThe
= The largest best and most complete stock of white whitecotton whitecotton whitecotton
cotton dress materials possible to assemble is here to select selectfrom selectfromrepresenting selectfromrepresenting
from fromrepresenting representing the t e best of our own owncountrys countrys products as well wellas weIlas wellas
as those of England Ireland France and Switzerland SwitzerlandFrench SwitzerlandFrench Switzerland1rench
French Lawns 48 inches I SWISS Products
wide sheer and dainty dainty25c dainty25C
25c to 100 per yard yardParis yardParis yardParis
Paris Muslins with a lovely lovelysilken lovelysilken lovelysilken
silken sheen 48 inches wide wide50c wide50C wideSoc
50c to 100 per yard yardFrench yardFrench yardFrench
French Organdie 68 inches incheswide incheswide incheswide
wide
500 to 100 per yard yardPersian yardPersian ard ardPersian
Persian Lawns the imported importedkind importedkind importedkind
kind 32 inches wide wide25c wide25c wide25C
25c to 6oc per yard
45 inches wide wide37C
37 37C c to 100 per yard yardPearKnc yardPearline yardPearline
Pearline Lawns an old re reliable reliable reliable ¬
liable fabric but comparatively comparativelynew
new to this market One of the thefinest thefinest thefinest
finest products of the English Englishlooms 1nglishlooms Englishlooms
looms and finishers 47 inches incheswide incheswide incheswide
wide
5oc per yard yardEmbroidered yardEmbroidered yardEmbroidered
Embroidered French Batiste Batisteand Batisteand Batisteand
and Plumetis 40 inches wuleT wkl
100 to 225 per yard
In Switzerland owing to nat riatural natural natural
ural and climatic conditions they theyweave theyweave theyweave
weave bleach and finish in the thesuperior thesuperior thesuperior
superior way that you are fa familiar familiar familiar ¬
miliar with in embroideries from fromthat fromthat fromthat
that country countrySwiss countrySwiss countrySwiss
Swiss India Linens 36 inches incheswide incheswide incheswide
wide
3oc to joe per yard
48 inches wide wide5oc wide50c wide50C
50c to 75c per yard yardSwiss yardSwiss I ISwiss
Swiss Alpine Batiste sheer sheerand sheerand sheerand
and and exquisitely soft so sort t finish finish5ac finishSoc
Soc to 125 per yard yardFrench yardFrench yard1rcnch
French Batiste 45 inches wide wide37c wide37v ide ide37c
37c 37v C per yard yardFrench yardFrench yardFrench
French Nainsook 46 inches incheswide incheswide incheswide
wide
50C to 100 per yard yardDotted yardDotted yardDotted
Dotted and Figured Swisses Swisses4oc Swisses40C Swisses40C
40C to 75c per yard yardPersian yardPersian yardPersian
Persian Lawns 48 inches incheswide incheswide incheswide
wide
37c 37 c per yard
Cream Wool WoolDressPabrics WoolDressPabricsT Dress Fabrics Fabrics0DAY FabricsI
0DAY ODA Y no woman considers her wardrobe complete without withoutat
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at least one white wool frock For all outing occasions occasionsboating occasionsboating occasionsboating
= boating golfing motoring c white serge or panama is isideal isideal isideal
ideal idealNothing idealr
r Nothing is so appropriate to wear at the seashore as a white whitewool whitewool whitewool
wool frock frockFor frockFor frockivor
For dressier occasions white wool and silk voile is the correct correctmaterial corrcctmaterial correctmaterial
material materialWe materialWTC
We e are now showing most comprehensive assortments of these theseCream theseCream theseCream
Cream Wools ooIs and Silkandwools in the most reliable qualities qualitiesand qu qualitiesand lities litiesand
and at reasonable prices
Cream Mohair Sicilian SicilianPer SicilianPer SicilianPer
Per yard 750 to 200 200Cream 200Cream 2OOCream
Cream Allwool Albatross AlbatrossPer AlbatrossPer AlbatrossPer
Per yard 390 to to75c to75cCream to75cCream 75c 75cCream
Cream Allwool Batiste BatistePer BatistePer BatistePer
Per yard 500 to 100 100Cream 100Cream 100Cream
Cream Allwool Imperial ImperialSerge ImperialSerge ImperialSerge
Serge SergePer SergePer SergePer
Per yard 750 to 200 200Cream 200Cream 200Cream
Cream Allwool Henrietta HenriettaPer HenriettaPer HenriettaPer
Per yard 750 to roo rooCream rooCream 100Cream
Cream Allwool Panama PanamaPer PanamaPcr PanamaPer
Per yard 500 to 75c 750Cream 75cCream 75ct
t Cream Chiffon hifion Broadcloth BroadclothPer BroadclothPer BroadclothPer
Per yard 300
Cream Allwool Storm Serge SergePer SergePer SergePer
Per yard ard 650 to 125 125Cream 125Cream 125Cream
Cream Silkandwool Eoli Eolienne EoIienne Eolicnne
enne ennePer ennePer cnnePer
Per yard 125 125Cream 125Cream
Cream Allwool French Voile VoilePer VoilePcr VoilePer
Per yard 75c to 150 150Cream 150Cream io ioCream
Cream Allwool Chiffon Voile VoilePer VoilePer VoilePer
Per yard 175 and 200 200Cream 200Cream 200Cream
Cream Silkandwool Lans Lansdowne Lansdowne Lansdowne
downe downePer downePer downePer
Per yard 125 125Cream 125Cream
Cream Fancy Silkandwool SilkandwoolEolienne SilkandwoolEoIiennc SilkandwoolEolienne
Eolienne EoliennePer EoIienncPcr EoliennePer
Per yard ard 125 to 200
I Monday Sale of Handsome HandsomeFrench HandsomeFrench HandsomeFrench
French Fancy Silk and Wool Voiles VoilesAt VoilesAt VoilesAt
At 150 the Yard Heretofore 250 250HIS 250THIS 250rr
rr HIS seasons importation in exclusive styles and combinations combinationsconsisting combinationsconsisting combinationsI
THIS I consisting of o black and white gray and white navy and andwhite andwhite andwhite
= white stripes embroidered all over in conventional designs designsA
A very light soft sheer durable fabric suitable for street streetcostumes streetcostumes streetcostumes
costumes or the more dressy gowns and particularly desirable for forseashore forseashore forseashore
seashore wear 45 inches wide wideReduced wideReducld wideReduced
Reduced Reduced from 250 to 150 the yard yardBtamA yardS
BtamA S < iaw < o d AoorG wG it itA ItA t tA
A Manufacturers Samples of ofWomens ofWomens ofWomens
Womens Dressing Sacques SacquesONDAY SacquesMONDAY Sac ques quesN
N ONDAY there will be on sale a line of Dressing Sacques Sacquesat SacquesI
MONDAY I VI at very special prices They represent the samples of a amanufacturer amanufacturer amanufacturer
= manufacturer and are made of plain white and figured figuredlawns figuredlawns figuredS
S
lawns and some are trimmed with fluffy laces and fine fineembroideries finetmbroideries fineembroideries
embroideries Shown in several attractive styles some semifitting semifittingothers scmifittingothers semifittingothers
others full and loose some highneck some lowneck Being Beingsamples Beingamples Beingsamples
samples there is but one of a kind and there is a choice of course courseThey courscThcJ courseThey
They range in price from from59c from59c from59c
59c to to 319 Per Garment GarmentValues GarmentValues GarmentValues
Values 75c to 500 Per Garment GarmentWOODWARD GarmentTJ
TJ Third rd rorEkfeBt OQD1 TeGth st stl stFVOODWARD
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IIN INTHESOCIALIORLD INTHESOCIALIORLDPreparations II THE SOCIALWORLD SOCIALWORLDPlClmlations SOCIAL ORLD ORLDPreparatiois
Preparations Being Made for forthe forthe forthe
the Summer Exodus ExodusMISSES ExodusI ExodusMISSES ExodusMISSES
I
MISSES MEYER BAOK TODAY1 TODAY1DnuKhtcrM TODAY TODAYDuuJbterH TODAYOnuIiters
DnuKhtcrM of Iontmnsler General GeneralWill GenerulIII Generalwill
Will III Go to 1 hamilton Man UuIIIIJIr MniiiMruetoalf UuIIIIJIr31eteuJr Mrs MrsMeltalt
Meltalt Will 111 Iroliulily IrolmhI Spend SIU nll the tlicSenxoii tbeSeullon theSOflt11
Senxoii nt Oakland Cnl CnllIerhert Herbert C CWntaon GWat3OJL i iubon
Wntaon ubon Entertains for Mr how JjOtvMrs JowlIrs howMrs
Mrs Roosevelt since her return from fromVirginia fromVirginia fromVlrgIna
Virginia has done no formal entertain entertaining ontertalnIng ontertaintug ¬
ing She will take the children cmlld to Oyster OysterBuy OrsterBay 0yterDay
Buy shortly and after establishing tabUahlRf them themcomfortably themcomfortably themcomfortably
comfortably for the th summer will 111 return returnto returnto returnto
to Washington to remain until the Presi President Pre Irs1dent i ident ¬
dent leaves leaY the city clt In the meantime meantimevery meanllmeerr meantimevery
very err enjoyable and informal jaunts jaun will willbe willbe m mbe
be taken by Mrs 1tt Roosevelt and nd the lam family tamIIy ¬
ily 11 to the various places of Interest near nearthe ne nearthe r rthe
the city A favorite trip Is s to Great Falls Faltewhich Fallswhich Fallewhich
which ic in the neighborhood of Dr nix Rlxeys nixes Itixeys
eys country coontr place where the Presidents Presidentsfamily Prntsramll Presidentsfamily
family ramll are frequent freluent guests On many man of ofthese ofth ofthree
these th excursion e < curao Mr Mra Roosevelt h I Ia > accom accompanied accompanied accompanted ¬
panied by the White House aids akI and other otherfriends CJt GIberfriends er erfriends
friends friendsMrs friendsIrs friendsMYL
Mrs Irs Root wife of the Secretary of ofState orState ofState
State has gone to the Root country home homeat homeat homeat
at Clinton X Y Miss IU Root had preceded precededher precededher precededher
her mother several weeks and the real residence raldence realclence ¬
dence was in readiness for her mothers mothersarrival motMCarrlal motheriarrival
arrival Saturday SaturdayMrs Saturda SaturdaMrs SaturdayMrs
Mrs Metcalf wife ICe of the Seeretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Navy lIvy is as yet 8t unsettled as II to her herplans herplans herplans
plans for the summer bat contemplate contemplatespending oontemplatMspending eontemplateespending
spending some time t at their place at Oak Oakland Oakland Oakland ¬
land Cal according It rdtng to her custom customThe eutomThe ewatomThe
The Misses Meyer daughters of the thePostmaster thePostmaster thePostmaater
Postmaster General and Mrs If1 Meyer eyer will willreturn willreturn 111 111return
return to Washington today toda from Len Lennox Lonnox Lenfox ¬
nox where they went the latter part mrt of ofthe orthe ofthe
the week to attend the wedding of Miss MissConstance MIeaConstance IliHConetance
Constance Bacon niece of the Assistant AssistantSecretary AaeatantSecretary ulRantSecretary
Secretary of State and Mr lr John Green Greenleaf Greenleaf Greenleaf
leaf Mrs In Meyer will remain in Washing Washington Wublqton Weabington ¬
ton some time longer OIIfer arranging arran ng her new newresidence lleWr newresidence
residence r ld4nce at the junction of o Connecticut Connecticutavenue ConIMCUcutaven Connecticutavenue
avenue aven Twentieth and S streets though thoughher tbouchher thoughher
her daughters dau < < hters will go to then summer summerhome nmmerbome aummerhome
home at Hamilton Mass Ma I in a week weekIn weekIn weekIn
In the event of ofeer clear and propitious propitiousweather propltloucweather propitiousweather
weather this week eek the attention of society societywill societywill odetywill
will be turned to openair recreation for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which there are so many delightful op opportunities opportunities opportunlties ¬
portunities in and about Washington WashingtonThe WuhtnrlonThe WashingtonThe
The charming charmln < < little tea house at lierces PierresMills liercesUlls lierces4IIIZ
Mills Ulls which wa Wh established last spring springby aprInby prtn prtnby
by the Misses Todd Is a very popular popularhalfway popularhalCway popularhalfway
halfway house on an afternoon drive driveIt driveIt driveIt
It is situated in a picturesque spot pot in inHock 111Hock inblock
Hock Creek Park and is most mM generously generouslypatronized generouslypatronized eDOutJlrpatrontud
patronized by the friends of its I proprie proprietor proprletorll proprietor ¬
tor torll Chevy Chase also affords a < < onl a aitghttul de delightful delIghtful ¬
lightful spot in which to play bridge bridgeand bl1d bl1dand bridgeand
and drink tea in the afternoons Many Manyhostesses iLanyhostesses laDr laDrhoste
hostesses hoste dispense hospitalities there on onthe onthe onthe
the lawn in the early summer among amongthose aJDOn aJDOnthole amongthose < <
those who have recently entertained tertalMcl d be being MIng belag ¬
ing Mrs fr Edward McCauley and Mrs MrsJohn I IJohn ra raJohn
John Rodgers RodgersWashington RodpraWuhlnltoJt RodgersWashington
Washington is planning plaJID another dog dogshow docsho dogshow
show sho too and this thI by the way has be become become become ¬
come almost an annual event L It was wasonce wasonce wasonce
once held at the residence of Mr and Mrs MrsCharles X XCharlN MrsCharles
Charles Bell on Weodtey reodhy lane laneMrs laDeIn laneMrs
Mrs In John R McLean has quit quite a kennel kennelof kennelor kennelof
of Cuban spaniels and wherever she lib libIs goes goesis
is accompanied by two or three of them themMiss themMly themMiss
Miss Lydia fiddle has two very handsome handsomecollies handtomecOlllee handsomecollies
collies Mrs n Julian Ripley a Japanese Japanesepoodle Japan Japanpoodle Japanesepoodle
poodle Miss llaa Isabel May far a Cuban spaniel spanielwhile slMUs slMUswhile spanielwhile
while Mrs Irs John Rodgers and Mrs In Fred Frederic Frederic Frederic ¬
eric Benedict own brown French poodles poodlesMrs poodlNIrs poodlesMrs
Mrs Irs John P Story dachshunds Miss MissEmily Ita ItaEmily ttesEmily
Emily Wallach a Pomeranian Miss 4ls Kath Katherine Katberlne Katherine
erine Elkina a aver very fine Boston bull while whileMiss whileUu whileMiss
Miss Uu Lydia Loring Lorin is never seen without withouther withouther atbout atbouther
her French bull Billy Miss 111 LIss Maud Wet Wetmore Wetmore Wetmore
more has an Airedale and Mrs In rs William WilliamEustis Wl11lamEustis WIlliamEustla
Eustis and Miss MI Patten affect rect English Englishsheep E Englishaheep lIsb lIsblh
sheep lh p dogs d gs s and Miss tla Harriet Wadsworth Wadsworthis adawortb adawortbIs
is the poasesfior r of an unusually fine fineAiredale tineAiredale floeAiredale
Airedale terrier It Is to be regretted regrettedthat regrettedthat tted ttedthat
that she will not be here to show O htm htmbut htmbut himbut
but her recent departure for Geaeseo GeaeseoN
N Y will ill necessitate n < < e Itate her absence at that thattime ottime thattime
time Miss 1IM Wadeworth WAd Ortn is making maltla the thetrip thetrip thetrip
trip on horseback horl Mck via 111 Ohio and West WestVirginia WtVirginia WestVirginia
Virginia VirginiaThe VirginiaThe VirginiaThe
The Bolivian Minister and Mme Ime Cal Calderon Calderon Calderon
deron Justice and Mrs Brewer Justice Justiceand Juattceand Justiceand
and Mrs Irs Thomas H Anderson President PresidentNeedham Pre PresidentNeedhain ldent ldentNeedham
Needham of the George Washington Uni University Unlenltr Lnlveralty ¬
versity Commissioner Henry B F Mac Macfarland Macarland AC ACfarland
farland and Mr John Barrett who ho have havebeen haveen havebeen
been en in attendance Attenda upon the Lake Mo Mobonk Mohonk to tohonk
honk peace conference cnerence for the peat week weekhave weekhave weekhava
have returned to Washington WashingtonMr WhlntonMr
Mr Herbert Grant Watson attache of ofthe orthe ofthe
the British Embassy and Mrs Ira Watson Watsonwere Wauonwere Watsonwere
were hosts at an informal dinner test testnight Jutnight lastnight
night given in honor of Mr B Low Mrs MrsWatsons MrsWations lrs lrsWatsons
Watsons brother who ho is I their guest for forthe forthe forthe
the week end Lleut and Mrs lrB David DavidFoots Da1dFoote DavidFoote
Foote Sellers are recent acquisitions to tothe tothe tothe
the younger ouner ranks of navy society Lieut LieutSellers LieutSeUers LleutSellers
Sellers who will be remembered as one oneof oneof oneof
of the aids at the White House a few fewyears fewrears fewyears
years ago has been recently appointed appointedto
I to the Bureau of Navigation They have havetaken havetaken havetaken
taken an apartment at the ConnecUcut ConnecUcutfor
for the summer Mrs Sellers Uers was well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known here as Miss MI Anita Evans daugh daughter dAughter daughter ¬
ter of Mr and Mrs Irs Henry Clay Cia Evans EvansShe En8She EvansShe
She n n1 < l her sister were presented to so society sodety society ¬
ciety t London during their fathers term termas termas termas
as American consul general which fol followed followed ¬
lowed his hi t term rm as Commissioner of Pen Peni Penalon Penaion
i sions sionsMrs alon
Mrs John F Stevens closed her apart apartment APflrtment apartment ¬
ment at the Connecticut yesterday and andleft andleft andleft
left for New Haven Conn where she shewll shewil
wll 11 pass the summer summerMaj summarMaj summorMaj
Maj and Mrs Henry Henr C Davis of Fort FortAndrews FOrtAndrews FortAndrewa
Andrews Boston Harbor are visiting visitingMrs visitingIrs visitIngMrs
Mrs Irs D du B Galllalrs In S street streetThe 5treetThe ntrectThe
The British Ambassador and Mrs MrsJames MrsJames MrsJames
James Bryce entertained at dinner Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday night In honor of their guest Lady LadyEvelyn LadyEv LadyEr9mn
Evelyn Ev lrn Grey daughter of the governor governorAnd gowrnorDIAMONDS governorDIAMONDS
DIAMONDS DIAMONDSAnd
And Other Gems GemsMounted GemsMounted GemsMounted
Mounted to Order OrderGALT OrderIDIAMONDS OrderflIAMONDS
IDIAMONDS flIAMONDS and other otherprecious other1J
1J precious stones mount mountI mounted
I ed to order from original originaland originaland
and exclusive desi designs ns Esti EstiImates Estimates
Imates mates and drawings sub subI submilled
I milled without charge chargeI chargeGALT
I GAL GALT T BRO BROEstablished BROEstablished
I Established Over a CenturyJewellers Century CenturyJewellers t tJewellers
Jewellers Silversmiths Stationers Stationersc
1107 Penna Avenue
general of C Canada nda Among the guests guestswore guestswere I
were the Minister from Switzerland Mr MrLoo lIrL MrLeo
Leo L < > o Vogel Mr Herbert Grant Watson WimnaUaehe Watsonattaehe WHUonattache
attache of the British Embassy and Mrs MrsWataon MrsWatson
Watson WataonThe WattlonThe WatsonThe I
The S Seczetary etar tary of W War r and Mrs Taft Taftare Taftare I Iare
are the guests for the weekend of Mr Mrand Mrand I
and Kin William Corcoran Bustir at attheir attheir
their country place near Leeaburg Va VaUpon VaUpon a aUpon I
Upon the return of their daughter Miss MlaaCarol MissCarol
Carol Newberry who wh is now in Europe Europebut urope uropebut i ibut
but U oxp expected ctod hare in It few weeks the theAMtotant UteI UteAbJtanl theAssistant I
Assistant Secretary Secret ry of the Navy Nav and Mrs MraNewberry MrsNewberry InI InINfwllerrT
Newberry will op open t their summer place at atWatch atWatcb atVtiteh
Watch Hill R I IAirs 1Mrs
Airs 111 SwanSon wife wiC of tho governor of ofVirginia orVirginIA ofVirgInia
Virginia who bill been the guest of Mr Mrand MrRn4 Mrand
and Mm I Arthur Wallace Dunn at their theirhomo theirhomo theirhome
homo in MaaaachueetU Macbu eU avenue aDd also alaoat alloAt alsoat
at Mount Vernon during tlurln the recent meet meeting insetlog ¬
ing of the regents has h4t returned to her herhome herhome herhome
home at Richmond RichmondCapt RlchmontlCalt RichmondCapt
Capt II B Scheper and Mr Mrs Scheper Scheperimre Scheperllftve eheperhare
hare returned from their wedding wetWft < < trip tripand tripaDd tripand
and are the guests gu Ls of Mn M 8chepers 8chepersparents BeheperflaNllta hepes hepesparents
parents Mr and 1 Mr John Joh C Maraeher Maraeherof laneheror
of F P street lrML After a visit vI It of a few weeks weekshere weeksbere weekshere
here they OJf will go to tliaf their r future home at atBeaufort atMufort atfleaufort
Beaufort S C CMr CMr CMr
Mr and Mrs Irs Wakott Tuckerawn T kenaan and andchildren a achildren andchildren
children will ctoee their hove in the city cityoariy cityoarly cityearly
early next week and go to Chevy Chase Chaefor Cha Chafor Chasefor
for a sojourn sojournMr sojournIlr sojournMr
Mr Ilr and Mrs Irs Thomas Nelson e1 Oft Page will willleave w11lI wilLleave
leave I V8 Washington W8blnton the M of Jane and andafter aIMIaner sadafter
after a short visit to Boston will go to totheir totheir totheir
their semmer s home tt t York Harbor Me MeMr Me1lr MeMr
Mr and Mrs Julian J o1ltn Rlplejr of New HewYork NewYork NewYork
York are the guents guetaer of Mrs Btpleys BtpleysparenU RIpIqSparenti Bipleysparents
parents Mr and Mrs Charles Chari Bell at attheir attheir attheir
their realdenoe rede 4 e In Woodley W Odler lane IwieMrs laneMrs laneMrs
Mrs Hall who has been the guest of ofher orher ofher
her mother Mrs Frank Harrington has hasleft hasItll hasleft
left to Join her husband Ctpt Newt NewtHall NewtHall
Hall at League Island Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMlee PbUadeJpbJaMIM PhiladelphiaMiss
Miss Weaver daughter ef Maj Weaver Weaverof Weaverof ver veroe
of Washington Is the guest of Miss 11M Anne AnneGlfford AnneGUtonJ AimsCitord
Glfford at the Sherwood Inn Fort Mon Monroe Menroe l0h l0hroe
roe Va VaResu Vaeer Vsfleer
fleer eer Admiral R B Bradford U S N Nand Nand
and Mrs Bradford have as a their guest goeaiin lueM1ft guestIn
in their home in P street their daughter daughterMr daughterlr daughterMr
Mr lr Howard Buckway of Baltimore BaltimoreGen DalUrnoreGfD flaltimoreGee
Gen and Mrs rI David J CraJgle CraI MM MMtheir aDd aDdtheir andtheir
their son Capt Wallace Craigte CraJ have havereturned banreturned havereturned
returned from a visit to Old Point Va VaUnder YLUnMt VsUnder
Under the auspices auep of the theand Ladiec Aid Aidand AIdand
and Christian Endeavor societies 8OCIeU of the theNorthmlnster theortbmln theNorthmlnater
Northmlnster ortbmln ter Presbyterian Church a suc succeseful sucCHaCoI sueceesful
ceseful Joint social was h given hut Friday Fridayevening Prtdayevenl Fridayevening
evenl evening The Tb affair was quits a success soceessand nee successand a aand
and adds add to the already long lon Hat of simi similar aimlJar simltar ¬
Jar funct functions that have been held in the thepast theIIst thepast
past IIst A pr programme was rendered nclend as fol follows follows follows ¬
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recftstta rtdta Ia Kte Cia 4t LtiMdai ails Mitt 11M ia Foffla FcI r JIdta JIdtaIL rdtsass Ma MatiM
tiM IL Xtaa ha Ca cIHfr aflhr sob Mr Morriwn Mte Mia MiaMom X XX Ibs IbsXam
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Owing to the continued damp and andcloudy andcloudy andcloudy
cloudy weather It has been 1 eeft decided to todefer 10defer todefer
defer Miss l1u Richards IUrbar last talk and ad basket basketpicnic bulletplenle basketpicnic
picnic at Chevy Chase Lake until Sat Saturday Saturday flaturday ¬
urday next when weather permitting the thetalk thek thetalk
talk k will begin at 11 oclock followed by bylunch brluneb bylunch
lunch at 130 130MISS IJOMISS 13Omss
MISS VANDERBILT ENGAGED ENGAGEDGossip 1 1GOIIIIII IGossip
Gossip Sny Says Mi Miss flu GlmljB Glnd Is to Weil WeillnriiuIe Vcil VcilLondon ell ell31nrllulll
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London May lay aLMlss 21U Gladys Vander Vandarbilt Vanderbilt Vanderhilt
bilt hi engaged to marry the Marquis of ofAnglesey ofADIleeey ofAngiesey
Anglesey is I the report which hlch the tbealps gos gossips gosalps ¬
alps are exchanging The slender foun foundation founc1aUon foundarien ¬
darien on onwhteh which it rests II that the young youngmarquis 70uncmarqu youngmarquis
marquis marqu is iscrutet Ii cruising g with 1th Mr and Mrs MrsCornelias X XComeUUII MrsCornelius
Cornelias Vanderbilt Yanderb t OR their yacht the theNorth theorth theNorth
North orth Star StarThe StarThe StarThe
The Marquis arqubl of Anglesey A 5ieMr is one of the thefew thefew thefew
few eligible British peers from a finan financial Slaaneta Snanclal ¬
cial eta point of view For despite the prod prodigality INOd1p1lty prodigahlty ¬
igality of his h cousin from whom boat h 1M In Inherited Inberlted Inherited ¬
herited the title he has a large income incomeEvery IncomeEvery incomeEvery
Every now no and again crops up the ra raptor runor iiilooT ¬
looT nor that the marquis is engaged e ppd to the thePrincess thePrlnCfta thePrincess
Princess Patricia the Duke of Con Connaughts Connata Connaughts
naughts nata < < bt handsome daughter d w It t would be bea bea bea
a most desirable match for her herARMY ItwAR herARMY
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Prof Mathematics W W HBNDRICKSON re retired reo reotlrtd reifreet ¬
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ZOOS SEAL ESCAPES ESCAPESMerry ESCAPES3Terry ESCAPESreiiy
Merry Hunt in Rock Creek CreekFollows CreeklrollowE CreekFo11ow
Follows Departure DepartureIGIV2S DClmlfurcGI DepartureGIVES
GIVES GI S PURSUERS LONG CHASE CHASEDirector CHASEIHrector CHASEIIrector
Director linker ami Score of AKfixt AKfixtnntn tsslstants JI lHt lHtont
ants ont Work url with Nets Xct Boxes and andOther nnllOther antiOIlier
Other Iiii hulelllcnt > lcincntH Until Capture IN INFinally I IJlnoll IsFinally
Finally Jlnoll Effected EfJecteclUnnhlc Umilile to 15r 15rplnln ExIlnln hiirlnin
plnln How lIo Anlinnl Got Out OutConsternation Outeon OutConsternation
Consternation eon ternatJon reigned reJg e as the ran rose at atthe atthe atthe
the Zoo yesterday esterd morning when Head HeadKaepar lIeadKIMper headKeeper
Keeper Blackburn discovered that one of ofthe ofthe C Cthe
the sea lions bad disappeared dleappoal < < l It wan wanhard wuhanl washard
hard for the hand keeper to believe his hieeyes his hiseyes hiseyes
eyes as he surveyed the iron bars about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the pool and noticed the height of the thepicket tbeplaket thepieket
picket fence once with its sharp sba protruding protrudingpoints protn41nlpoint protrudingpoints
points but the most careful investigation investigationdid
did not reword any an > traces of the animal animalHe animaLHe nlnutLHe
He immediately Immedlatel sent in an alarm which whichBOOH whichIIOOft whichsoon
soon brought every one connected oonlHCt d with withthe withthe Withthe
the Zoo to the empty cage But the timid timidpeaceful UmtdPM timidpeaceful
peaceful PM Cul pet whole beat t trick was to tobank tobak tobask
bank in tho sunshine during the days and andbark andbark andbark
bark like a dog whoa the stars utn came out outwas outW88 outWas
was gone Only the night before h he had hadmule hadmade
mule 11 1Ie the air hideous with 1th his whines for forhe folhe forhe
he and his h mate just arrived from Den Denver Denver Denver ¬
ver had been cruelly eruell separated separatedKeepers Mparatede
I Keepers e Jcrs fondled him and fed him and andspoke andspoke andspoke
spoke to him commanding but the slen slender aleader usa usatier ¬
der trembling creature groaned and wept weptthe weptUte weptthe
the night through causing his masters to tospend topend tospend
spend hours of fitful slumber Toward Towardmorning Towardmorning TowardmornIng
morning the th barking rklDg ceased and with the thequiet thequlot thequiet
quiet came the head keepers Investigation Investigationand In UoD UoDa
and a d discovery discoveryDr dltcover dltcoverDr >
Dr linker Direct Search SearchWhen enreII enreIIben earehiWhen
When ben Dr Baker the director of the theZoo tileZoo theSon
Zoo arrived at the empty pool he Imme Immediately IIIU immedlately e edlately ¬
j dlately took command of the searching searchingparty MAlddngparty searchingparty
party A thorough search of the under underbrush UDderbtuM underbrush ¬
brush and the animal sheds WM as fruitless fruitlessThen frulu fruluThen frulilmeThen
Then clad in Dickers IIckers and waietboota Wltl tboot and andarmed andarmed lid lidarmed
armed with every ever modern appurtenance appurtenancefor ppurtenancernr
for animal baiting the party part started to towade toade towade
wade ade down Rock Creek Meanwhile a aman Aman aman
man was sent to watch the outlet into intothe laothe Intothe
the river rver and to stretch a net across acm the thechannel thecballML thechanneL
channel The thought of an Alaskan Alaskansea AlaaUDlion Alaskansea
sea lion in the peaceful waters of the thePotomac tbePotomac thePotomac
Potomac was 8 not a comfortable one oneA oneA oneA
A telephone teleph ne message Informed the direc director director directoo ¬
tor that a strange stra se animal with the face faceand faceand faceand
and voice of a dog with webbed feet and andfive aadfive andfive
five toes with an elongated body bod and shiny shinyskin ahtnrln shinysum
skin sum ln was swallowing stones 8ton near the P Pstreet Pstreet Pstreet
street bridge The description was unnec unnecessary unnecarr unneeassorT ¬
assorT arr and rushing madly the Us searchers searcherstumbled aeICMntumbled searcherstumbied
tumbled down the bank and with lth hurried hurriedpace hurriedplace hurriedpace
pace set off in the direction direction indicated indicatedAs IndicatedM IndicatedAs
As they the turned the bend in the creek a ashout aahout ashout
shout of triumph sounded for the seal sealquietly sealquietly sealquietly
quietly chewing a small rock sat digni dignified dlwnltied dignlfled ¬
tied and complacent on a piece of sewer sewerpipe HWerpipe sewerpipe
pipe with the only ray ra of sunshine u Uat Uatfiltered taatfiltered t tfiltered
filtered through the trees warming nIdn < < the thesmalt thesmall thesmall
small of his back k At the approach of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the party he seemed melt untroubled and it itwas Itwu Itwas
was only when an overeager OerM keeper came camenear eaineDeftr cainenear
near enough to touch him that he glided glidedoff 5 glidedoff de4 de4off
off and swam first on his back and then thenon thenon thenon
on his side sld into the deeper water waterForm waterIorm waterFonts
Form Plnn of Campaign CnnipalKnA
A conference was u called and while the thecatchers thelalelMn theazehers
catchers grouped together and stray straytegicalljr MI MItestcan strtstglcsliy
tegicalljr arranged their tactics the spur sportive IJPMUVl spurtive ¬
tive animal ant frolicked in a way wa that did not notindicate notIndlcat notIndicate
indicate any anger at being thus dis disturbed disturbed dieturbed ¬
turbed The deliberations ended each eachmember eubnwmber eachmember
member of the party which numbered numberedtwenty numberedtentr numberedtwenty
twenty stationed himself at different differentparts differentparts differentparts
parts of the t stream treAm and began to form forma
a narrowing circle circleSuddenly clreleSuddftly circletluddenly
Suddenly they stopped and Dr Baker Bakertook Bakertook Bakertook
took to the u hank with ith a tempting morsel morselof monelof morselof
of food In 1 his hand The bait appeared appearedto
to work and the seal swam slowly toward towardhim towardhim towardhim
him while his wouldbe captors armed armedwith armedIth armedwith
with Ith net MIa and boxes and ropes gradually graduallyclosed graduallyclosed uallJ uallJcloHd
closed in on him But the seal looked lookedbefore lookedbeCore lookedbefore
before he leaped and Iookln looking saw the thetrap tIMrat thetrap
trap rat Thea with 10 a squirm he was free freeagain freeapn freeagain
again apn a victory which he slgnaJtoed by byemitting byemltUn byemitting
emitting emltUn a few short barks and Happing Happinghis ftapplnthis flappinghis
his tall enough to douse oou e water ter into the theeyes theeye theeyes
eyes eye of his persecutors persecutorsBy pen persecutorsBy < < utors utorsBy
By this time a thousand spectators had hadgathered badpthered hadgathered
gathered on the P street bridge and on onthe onthe onthe
the banks of the creek little boys whose whoeeparting wb wbJIIU1ln whoseparting
parting instructions from their parents parentswere JIUID JIUIDwere parentswere
were to drop their pennies m In the con contribution CODtrlbutlon contribution ¬
tribution box put the money in their theirpockets theirpocket theirpockets
pockets and d joined the onlookers silk silkgowned aUkgoWnM silkgowned
gowned women leaned e nd far over the rail railand ranand railand
and sympathized symp thlzed audibly with the sea seaHon seaHon seaHon
Hon whose coat many man of them envied enviedstaid eavledstAId enviedstaid
staid citizens usually USU8II the acme of re respectability rel reepectability ¬
spectability l tablUtJ forgot their Sabbath duties dutiesand dutiesand dutiesand
and shouted Instructions to the keepers keepersthe keepenthe keepersthe
the keepers k pers themselves began to get red redfaced redraced redfaced
faced and angry angryUp ADgrytipllet angryUpsets
Up Upsets etn the Doctor DoctorBut DodorDut DoctorBut
But the seal walked right in and turned turnedaround turnedaround turnedaround
around and walked right out again He Hedarted Hedarted Hedarted
darted to one bank and was I off 0 < < in a flash flashto flashto ub ubto
to the other he cavorted between the thehuge thehuse thehuge
huge fishing nets and gracefully avoided avoidedthe avoidedthe avoidedthe
the boxes he tripped Dr Baker who bo sat satdown satdown eatdown
down in the stream like a fat lady ladwith ladwitha A with witha 1th 1tha
a market basket and ho squeezed through throughKeeper UtrougbKeeper throughKeeper
Keeper Blackburns legs leg as would the thefestive thefeaUve thefestive
festive greased pig pigThe pfgThe pigThe
The Zoo people peo c gnashed their teeth t and andmade andmade andmade
made huge dents in the water with 1th their theirnets theirnets theirnets
nets netsThe netsThe netsThe
The crowd laughed uproariously waxed waxedfacetious waxedfacetious 1Led 1Ledfacetious
facetious and forgot their dinners while whilethe whUethe whilethe
the seal dllllcd here and dallied there and
at teat disappeared Into the sewer wer con conduit condull ¬
dull dull which was u supposedly uppo edly guarded by byno byno b bno
no lees than seven wise and strong men menThen menTh menThen
Then Th the keepers followed the example exampleof
of the citizens and realizing the humor humorof humorof
of It laughed grimly Krtml as they looked help helpIy helplesely
lecsly Iy up he conduit conduitSuddenly conduitSuddenly conduitSuddenly
Suddenly the th animal darted out There Therehe Thertohe Therehe
he goes1 goes was the warning of 600 voices voicesBut voicesBut
But he disappeared again uDder the th > wa WAt watee
tee t and came Cttm up IB a shallow pool just justunder Justunder
under the bridge The wb wbe le e party dived divedfor dIvedCor divedfor
for him but saw only onl the shiny coat coatswimming coatawhnmJar coatswimming
swimming Into the conduit conduitOrders coootiitOrclerR conduitOrders
Orders from Onlooker OnlookerThere OnloolerltThere OnlookersThere
There he te again Catch him himJump hlmJump himJump
Jump on him Put Put1t salt on his tall taUU tallt7se
Use U live bait Lynch him himCall Call the thlpollee thepolio >
police and sundry other instructions instructionscame Instruftlonseame Instructionssame
came from the merry party part on the bank bankbut bankbut bankbut
but the stentorian voice of Director Dlr < < tor Baker Bakercalling Baktrcalling Bakercalling
calling Stretch a net across aem the sewer sewerforetold sewerforetold ewertoretold
foretold the beginning of the end And Andthe Andthe Andthe
the end came ca soon for the u seal 1 was tired tiredof tiredof tiredof
of tagplaying tagplayingInto tagIaYlntInto tagplayingInto
Into the shallows sb UOlVS they forced him and andout andout andout
out on a sandbank where he was meshed meshedin msh meshdIn d dIn
in a heavy heaT fishing ftMln net But the end was wasnot WllROt wasriot
not yet for he bit the net almost In two twoand twoand twoand
and squirmed again toward the creek creekHopes c creeLRopes k kHopes
Hopes and boxes and more meshes held heldhim heldhim heldhim
him a prisoner however bow ever so he barked a afarewell afarewell
farewell and subsided aub ded Soon a alar alarwa8On large largewagon
wagon carrying the t seal 1 and twenty twentytired twentyUred twentytired
tired and triumphant men w wended nd d its itsway t twa itsway
way wa toward the Zoo and by 6 oclock the thepeaceful thepeaceful thepeaceful
peaceful tender creature was once more moreresUng moreresting
resting by its I pool and barking plteoullyfor piteouslyfor piteously piteouelyfor
for its mate matePKAISES matePRAISES matePRAISESG
PRAISES PRAISESG G W U MOVEMENT MOVEMENTM
M 1 JuHneraiul Writes rite Letter of En EncournhClllcnt Encourngciiient
courtiKciiient to Dr Ilnrlnn IlnrlnnM IInrlnnI harlanM
M I JuMerand the French Ambassador Ambassadorhas Amba8118dorbaa Amimseadorhas
has written rttten a letter to Dr Richard D DHarlan DHarlan DHarlan
Harlan of the George Washington Uni University rAInrstty 1a1versity ¬
versity sitefund committee describing describingwhat dNCrtblnghat describingwhat
what hat the founder of tho famous Paris ParisSchool PamSchool ParisSchool
School of Political Sciences did for forFrance forJlraaee forFrance
France and showing what patriotic patrioticAmericans patrioticAmerIeaDs patrioticAmericans
Americans may do for their country countr by byan byalt byan
an endowment for a II similar school at the theXational theiCaUonaI thehaUonaI
Xational Capital CapitalThe CapitalThe CapitalThe
The letter in part Is as follows followsI
I join heartily in the good wishes wish for forthe forthe forthe
the success of that noble undertaking undertakingthe
the greater Georg 0 Washington Univer University UnlnrIIty Unlverally ¬
ally That you 011 will reach your jour goal I do donot donol donot
not doubt doubtLike doubtLt dOubIUk
Like Lt Uk a human h being a university in inorder Inorder inotder
order to succeed aaceee must answer a need and andadapt andadapt andadapt
adapt itself to circumstances circumstancesNow ctrcu cIrcumstancesNow afiaDCft afiaDCftow
Now ow the city lty in which the George GeorgeWashington GearseWublnltOlt GeorgeWashington
Washington University is meant to de develop d dvelop develop ¬
velop te not famous for Us trade its in industries Induatlml Industries ¬
dustries enjoy enjo no celebrity and the world worldhas worldhas worldhas
has heard little of Its It agriculture and andnavigation andna1ptlon andnavigation
navigation But famous Is its Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court famous famo Its Capitol famous I may maysay mayMY mayesy
say Its White House HoueYerr very famous in indeed Indeed Indeed ¬
deed It te preeminently a city of mag magistrates magI8tntN magistrates ¬
istrates and statesmen Mat representatives repre nlatlVe8 of ofeternal ofeternal ofeternal
eternal justice and of the not perhaps perhapsquite perhapsquite perhapsquite
quite so immutable 1 aWe will of the people peopleThese peopleThese ple pleTbeM
These are striking conditions and your yourintention yourintention our ourIntftUon
intention to fit the university more and andmore andmore andmore
more exactly to them to certainly a move movein moeIn movein
in the right direction The George Wash Washington WuhInSton Washlngton ¬
ington University cannot hesitate and has hasno hasno hasno
no choice cbokeIt it will m become famous and be beof beof beof
of use to the country as a nursery of ofmagistrates orm ofmagistrates
magistrates m uat statesmen and diplomats diplomatsWhen dlplomauWhen diplomatsWhen
When France Fran emerged In 171 from fromone fromone fromone
one of the most terrible and bloody crises crisesshe cri crisbe cUss cUssshe
she had known in the course of fourteen fourteencenturies fourteennturiel fourteencenturies
centuries nturiel every one of us had only one onethought onethOU8bt onethought
thought What can be done for our ourcountry ourCOUtttry ourcountry
country And everywhere in every direc direction dlre dlretlon direelion ¬
lion throughout tbrota < < bout the country people get getto setto et etto
to work to the best of their ability abilityOne AblUt AblUtOM abllltyo
One o of the moat valuable results of ofthat oftlIat ofthat
that mofwuent In4 ftIIMat was 1M d dee dv to a private elli elliaen eltlDOt cliilea
lea not widely known then a man who whohad w1t w1tbad whohad
had no funds at his h disposal dlepo al who tbo did not notpossess notthe notpossess
possess the fiery speech and burning elo eloquence eloquen do doquence ¬
quence quen which hleh move multitudes a quiet quietman quidman quietman
man of simple habits and gentle voice voicebut voicebut voicebut
but with 1th a tenacious will Ill and a heart of ofgold ofSOld ofgold
gold That heart of his taught him that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the best way for him to help his country countrywas countrrto countrywas
was to found a school where here her sons sonsmight SOMm aortamight
might m ht acquire a better knowledge of the thenations thetton thenations
nations tton of the world France included of ofdiplomacy ordiplomacy ofdiplomacy
diplomacy history social questions and andpolitical andpoUtlcal andpolitical
political sciences sciencesThe KlencesThe sciencesThe
The beginnings bP nnn were very eI modest modestwell I Iwell Iwell
well remember the poor little school es established estabilahed S StabUhed ¬
tablished in a narrow narro street which hleh has hassince hasD hassince
since D disappeared it was and still is quite quitea
a private undertaking the state sta gives no nohelp nohelp nohelp
help but the idea was so fecund and the therroatlon theaatlon thecreatIon
creatIon answered such a need that the thesuccess theneeea thesuccess
success was WIt most surprising surprisingNowadays 8Ur 8UrNowadays surprisingNowadays
Nowadays the Ecole des Sciences SciencesPolltiques SciencesPoUUque SciencesPoiltiques
Polltiques Is known the world over and andmillions andmlllloni andmillions
millions of Frenchmen bless the be name me of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the good citizen who ho out ut of nothing in inthe inthe inthe
the hour of need created it ItEmUe ItEmUeDoutmy itmiieBoutmy Entile EntileBontmy
Bontmy BontmyAs DoutmyAs BoutmyAs
As a friend f and guest of this city and andof andOf andof
of this republic I can form no better betterwish better1lih betterwish
wish 1lih for your university than this May Mayit MayIt fa faIt
it be as successful as a the Ecote des Set Sciences Sden Setences ¬
ences en Politiques has been in II France may mayit JnaiIt mayIt
it prove as useful to the United U lted States in intheir lqtheir Sqtheir
their prosperity as it was 118 to ue patria patriatemper patrtatempore patriateinpore
temper Inlquo InlquoI
I am dear Dr Harlan HarlanVery Harlanery HarlanVery
Very ery sincerely yours
yoursJCSSERAND
JCSSERAND JCSSERANDFrench JUS8GRADFronek WSOuRANDFro
French Fro Ambassador Ambassadorricndlnprs AmbaSlladorRenlUnJII AmbansadorReadings
Readings for the Dllml DllmlThe DIIIThe BlindThe
The following fonowln is the programme for forthe forthe forthe
the last of the tll volunteer readings and andmusic nndmusic andmusic
music until October 1 in the Reading Readingroom Readlngroom Readingroom
room for the Blind at the Library of ofCongress orCongreea ofCongress
Congress 2 2l JO JI to 330 3 p m n Tomorrow TomorrowCol TomorrowCol TomorrowCol
Col John Tweedale Tw le dramatic reader readerWednesday readerWedne readerWednesday
Wednesday Wedne dar song and piano recital recitalMr recitallr recitalMr
Mr lr J Francis Germuiller Germulller assisted by byMiss b byMiss
Miss 1 Claire Murray Murra Miss lIss Helen lIel n Camp Campbell Campbell Campbell ¬
bell Miss Louise loul Patterson Patter n Miss lIss Kath Katherine Kathrlne Katherine
erine rlne Grady and Miss MI s Susie Duffy Duff The Thedoor Thedoor Thedoor
door to the Readingroom will be beclosed beclosed beclosed
closed promptly at 230 p m and will willremain willremain willremain
remain closed until tho th end of the pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme 3 330 3f 3 > p m
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