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to be finished on or before April 10 10Bureau 10Durenu 10Bureau
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Harvard University has conferred a afellowship afellowship afellowship
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and Camp Elliott Elliott Canal Zone Panama to tohome toh tohonc
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the nary accepted acceptedAsst aacvtldoU aostn1t
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and detached duty Naval Medical School to tohCmc tohtme toburnt
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Passed Awlstant Paymaiter H W BROWNING
detached duty Hancock navy yard New York
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Assistant Paymarter T P BALLENGER detached
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Ret Ro7Ateam A1nm Simon SimonAllen SimoaAllen SimonAllen
Allen Taller 22 2 and Lul Lula Wheeler becler 23 both of
Mineral Ineral Va Vs ReT Donald C MacLeod MacLeodSmael MaLeOdSamuel acLeod acLeodSamuel
Samuel Want 22 of Richmond Va a and May Ia
WeiDbere 22 of Washington S O Rev lli Edward E nrd
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Donald 0 MacLeod MacLeodWilliam MacLoodWilliam MacLordWlUIam
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tertain Smart Company Company at Dinner DinnerCol DI itnaierGel uaer uaerCol
Col and Mrs 11r Henry May Give GiveSmart GheSmnrt GiveSmart
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The President and Mrs Taft accom accompanled accompan acoon1panled
panled pan led by Mrs Lewis More Mrs Eck Eckstein Eckstein Eckstein ¬
stein the Misses Anderson and an1Capt an1CaptButt an Capt CaptButt Capt4Butt
Butt attended the play at the National NationalTheater IationalTheater aUonal aUonalThea
Theater Thea tor last night nightMrs nightMrs nightMrs
Mrs Ingalls of Cleveland who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been a n guest at the White House left leftyesterday leftyesterday loftyesterday
yesterday morning for her home Mr MrIngalls MrIngalls MrIngalls
Ingalls who was a guest there with her herdeparted herdepllrtad herdeparted
departed on Sunday Mrs Eckstein who whohas whohas whohas
has several times been entertained by byMrs byMrs byMrs
Mrs Taft arrived yesterday for a stay stayat stayat stayat
at the White House Master Charles Taft Taftwho Taftwho Taftwho
who has been at home since Holy Week Weekleft Weaklelt Weekleft
left yesterday morning for his school In InConnecticut InConneetlcuL hiConnecUout
Connecticut ConnecticutThe ConneetlcuLThe ConnecUoutThe
The Vice President and Mrs Slerman ShermanwHl SlermanwHI Slermanwill
will return to their Washington home homethis homethIs homethis
this morning after an absence of several severaldays severaldas severaldays
days Their nieces the Misses De Long Longwill LongwIll Longwill
will remain with them for th thcrest rest of the theweek teweek theweek
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The Attorney Gerferai Gef eral and Mrs trs WICk Wlckcrsham WICkersham Wickersham
ersham entertained a a distinguished com company company cornpeny ¬
pany at dinner last evening Their guests guestswere guestawore guestswere
were the German Ambassador and andCountess andCo andCuute
Countess Co Cuute te = von Bornstorff the Secretary Secretaryof
of the Interior and Mrs Balllnger Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor and Mrs Elkins the Treasurer of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Mr Lee McClung Mr Mrand Mrand Jt Jtand
and Mrs James S Harlan Mr Ir and Mrs MrsJames MrsJames Irs Irsjames
James Marion Johnston Mr and Mrs MrsTon MrsTon MrsTon
Ton Eyck Wendell Mr and Mrs Frank FrankBills FrankEUls Frank1ts
Bills 1ts Miss May Williams Mrs Albert AlbertAkin AlbertAkin AlbertAkin
Akin and Mr John Phillips Hill of Bal Baltimore BaltImore Baltimore ¬
timore timoreThe tImoreThe timoreThe
The French Ambassador and Mme Jus Jusserand JusHrand Jusserand
serand loft Washington yesterday morn morning mornInS mornlng ¬
InS for New York where they attended attendedthe attondedthe attendedthe
the opening of the French bazaar last lastnight JastnIght lastnight
night Thoy will sail on Thursday Thursda for forFrance torFrance forFrance
France and will entertain former Presi President President Prealdent ¬
dent and Mrs Roosevelt at their French Frenchhome Frenohhome Frenchhome
home They were accompanied to New NewYork NowYork NewYork
York by Viscountess dAzy wife of o the thenaval thenaval thenaval
naval attache attacheCol attache attacheCol I I ICo
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Col Co and Mrs Henry May Iay gave a smart smartball smartball
ball last evening at the Country Countr Club for fortheir tortheir fortheir
their young Oung daughter Miss Cecilia May MayThe MayThe MayThe
The exclusive and secluded little club clubhouse clubbouse clubhouse ¬
house which has an Important place in inthe Inthe inthe
the social history of Washington and andGeorgetown andGoorgotown andGeorgetown
Georgetown was extremely pretty in Ita Itadecorations ItadoooraUons itsdecorations
decorations of spring blossoms blo somB An or orchestra orchestra orchestra ¬
chestra came over from Baltimore to toplay toplay toplay
play for the dancing The guests included includedthe includedthe includedthe
the young dancing set with a 8 few of the theyoung theouog theyoung
young ouog brides and bridegrooms debutantos debutantosof
of this season and last and tho greater greaternumber greaternumber greaternumber
number of young oung bachelors b chelors of the diplo diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic ¬
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Among the guests were the Misses l55es An Anddrson Anderson AndOrson
ddrson nieces nle < es of Mrs Ire Taft Cdpt Archi Archibald Arohlbud Archlb ¬
bald b dd Butt Postmaster General G nernJ Hilch Hilchock Hltchlock fitchbock
lock ock Baroness Rosen daughter of the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian Ambassador Countess von vonBornstorff vanBernstorft vonBernstorff
Bornstorff daughter of the German Am Ambassador Ambassador Ambassador ¬
bassador the Misses Meyer Ieyer daughters daughtersof
of tho Secretary Secretar of the Navy Miss I1ss Mer Merriam Merriam Merriam ¬
riam Miss Clover CloverIlhiss iss Sophy Johnston JohnstonMiss JobnstonItts JohnstonMiss
Miss Itts Marion Wise Miss Helen Parker ParkerMr ParkerIr ParkerMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Ovey Miss Mathilde Town Townsend Townsend Townsend
send Miss Martha Phillips Miss Gladys GladysHlnckley GladysHinckley GladysHinekity
Hlnckley Miss Yvonne Townsend Miss MissHeath MissHeath MissHeath
Heath Miss Whiting hitIng Mr Clarke Baron BaronAmbrozy BaronAmbroz BaronAmbrozy
Ambrozy Ambroz the charge daffaires of the theOttoman theOttoman theOttoman
Ottoman empire A Rustem Bey Mr MrHorstmann MrHorstmann MrHorstrnann
Horstmann Mr Hubbard Mr de Thai ThaiMr ThaIIr ThaiMr
Mr Ir Centaro Count BrusselleSchaubeck BrusselleSchaubeckBaron Bru BrusselieSchaubeckBaron lleSchaubeck lleSchaubeckBaron
Baron Bye Count Cziraky Mr 1 4r > r Obnor Obnorsky Obnorsky Obnorsky
sky of the Russian embassy staff stat Mr MrMitchell MrMitchell MrMitchell
Mitchell Inness Prince Koudacheff Miss MissRobson MISSRobson MissRobson
Robson Viscount dAHe d A1te Miss I1ss Elkins ElkinsMiss ElkinslI1ss E1klnsMiss
Miss Williams the Misses Southerland SoutherlandLieut SoutherlandLleut SoutheriandLleut
Lleut Rowclifi Lieut Commander Pal Palmer Palmer Palmer ¬
mer and Lieut Constein and the Misses MissesGittlngs MIssesGittings MissesGittings
Gittings Mr Henry May Ia Gittings Mr MrKey MrKey MrKey
Key Dalngerfleld Dr Sheafer Mr John JohnPhillips JohnPhillips JohnPhillips
Phillips Hill Mr Hoffer and Mr Whit Whitridge Whltridge Whitridge
ridge all of Baltimore BaltimoreMr BaltimoreMr BalUmoreMr
Mr and Mrs Larz Anderson will go goto SOto goto I
to their estate at Brookline Mass to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow for a short stay and will return returnto returnto returnto I
to their Washington home on April 15 15They 15They 15They i
They will s s81 sail Jl later for Europe EuropeThe EuropeThe EuropeThe I
The Military Attache of the French FrenchEmbassy FrenchEmbassy FrenchEmbassy I
Embassy and Countess de Chambrun Chambrungave Chambrungave Chambrungave I
gave a n dinner last evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The Second Secretary of the Gorman GormanEmbassy GeI1 GornianEmbassy lan lanEmbassy
Embassy and Mme von Stumm who whohave whohave whohave
have been spending part of their honey honeymoon hone honemoon honeymoon ¬
moon at the St St Regis in New York Yorkhave York Yorkhav Yorkhavleft
have hav havleft left for Montreal They Thc will re return returnnere returnThere ¬
turn turnnere nere next week w ck to the house hous they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have leased for the spring It was the thohome thehome thehome
home of the late Representative Lover LoverIng Lovering Lovering
Ing 1753 l 3 Massachusetts avenue avenueMrs avenueMrs avenueMrs
Mrs Pettus wife of Dr William J JPettus JPettus 3Pettus
Pettus has returned to Washington af after aftcr atter ¬
ter a visit Isft of several days da s In New ew York YorkMiss York Yorkl1Jss YorkMiss
Miss Dorothy Williams daughter of ofCol ofCol ofCol
Col and Mrs John R Williams was washostess washostess washostess
hostess at a small informal luncheon luncheonyesterday luncheonI luncheonyesterday
yesterday afternoon afternoonMrs aternoo aternooI afternoonMrs
I Mrs Mr Walter Dunlop Dunlo of the Cordova Cordovawill Cordovaw1l1 Cordovawill
will entertain at a a large card party partytomorrow partytomorrow partytomorrow
tomorrow afternoon afternoonMr afternoonMr afternoonMr
Mr and Mrs Harry B Spencer and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their guests Mr and Mrs Arthur Lee Leeand Leennd Leean
and an Mr and Mrs EldrIdge Jordan will willleave willleave willleave
leave on Mr Spencers private I > rlvate car Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day morning for a n weekend trip to Char Charlottesville Char10ttesvUle Charlottenville
lottesville lottesvilleairs 10ttesvUleMrs lottenvilleMrs
Mrs Fltyt wife of Senator Flint of ofCalifornia ofCalifornia ofCalifornia
California has cards out for a a luncheon luncheonon
on Saturday April 16 16Mrs 16Mrs 16Mrs j
Mrs John F Drydon is visiting friends friendsIn triendsIn friendsin j
In Newark for an indefinite stay stayThe stayThe stayThe
The Sollcito General and Mrs Lloyd LloydW LloydV
W V Bowers land I Miss Ilss Martha Bowers Bowershave Bowershave Bowershave
have been called to St Paul Minn 5n 5naccount 6naccount n naccount i
account of the sudden death of Judge JudgeWilson JUdgeVUson JudgeWilson
Wilson grandfather of Miss fiss Bowers BowersMrs BowersMrs BowersMrs
Mrs Arthur Lee will wil entertain at atluncheon atluncheon atluncheon i
luncheon on Thursday Thursda in honor of f her herhouse herhouse herhouse
house guest Mrs James Robert McKee McKeeof McKeeot McKeeof
of New York daughter of former Prcs PrcsLeaders PrcsLeaders PrceLeaders
Leaders at the National Style StyleShow StyleShow StyleShow
Show ShowGalotta ShowGalotta ShowGalotta
1123 14th St N W WPhone V VPhone VPhone
Phone North 968Y 968YRIDING 968YRIDING 9681RIDING
ident Benjamin Harrison Mrs Elkins Elkinswife Elkinswtre Elkinswife
wife of Senator Elkins will be hostess hostessat hostessat hostessat
at luncheon on Saturday in Mrs McKees McKeeshonor McKeeshonor McKeeshonor
honor In whose fathers Cabinet Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Elkins was Secretary of War WarRear WarRear WarRear
Rear Admiral and Mrs Dicklns have haveissued haveIssued haveissued
issued invitations for a a tea next Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day afternoon from 4 to 7 oclock oclockLieut oclockLieut oclockLleut
Lieut Filippo Camperio naval attache attacheof attacheat attacheof
of the tbeltallan Italian Embassy willtleave Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington the latter part of otthe the week for forNovla torl torlNovia forNovia
Novia Scotia ScotiaMiss ScotiaMiss ScotiaMiss
Miss Clara C Grandfield daughter of ofthe otthe ofthe
the First Assistant Postmaster General Generaland Generaland Generaland
and Mrs Grandfield and Mr Harry Fa Faber Faber Paher
ber White of Cambridge Springs Pa Pawere Pawere Pawere
were married yesterday afternoon at atoclock atoclock 5 5oclock
oclock at the home of the brides par parents parents paronts ¬
ents in S street The ceremony ceremon cer niony which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was attended by relatives and intimate intimatefriends Intimatefriends inUmatofriends
friends was performed by Rev J RusseIf RusselfVerbrycke RusseIfVerbrycke RusseifVerbrycke
Verbrycke pastor of Gurley Memorial MemorialPresbyterian MemorialPresbyterIan MemorialPresbyterian
Presbyterian Church The bride was un unattended unattended Unattended ¬
attended and was given in marriage by byher byher byher
her father fatherSho fatherShG fatherShe
She wore sapphire blue marquisette marquisetteover
over satin sa Un trimmed With bands of gold goldembroidery goldembroidery goldembroidery
embroidery and carried a shower of Kil Killarney KIllarney Killarney
larney roses Mr White and his bride brideleft brideleft brideleft
left for a a Northern trip The brides bridestraveling brldGstrasUng bridestraveling
traveling suit was of covert cloth with witha
a a burnt straw hat trimmed in tan After AfterApril AfterApril AfterAprIl
April 15 the couple will be at home at
121 Federal street Cambridge Springs SpringsPa SprlngPa SpringsPa
Miss 1I88 Anna H Stewart Miss Lillian LillianKraemer Llllianraemer LillianIraemer
Kraemer raemer and Miss Elsa Bauer and their theirchaperon theirchaperon theirchaperon
chaperon Mrs Emma Bauer are In InAtlantic InAtlantic InAtlantic
Atlantic City for or a few days daysThe dasThe daysThe
The civic committee of the Collegiate CollegiateAlumnae CollegiatAlumnae CollegiateAlumnae
Alumnae in behalf of the Housekeepers HousekeepersAlliance HousekeepersAmanee HousekeepersAlliance
Alliance announces an evening entertain entertainment entertaInment entertainmeat ¬
ment tonight to nIght at which Dr Harvey W WWiley WWiley SVWiley
Wiley will make an address All mem members members menibern ¬
bers of the association are invited It Itwill ItwU ItwTh
will be at the home of Mrs Appleton P PClark PClark PClark
Clark 1762 li Lanlor place placeA ploceA placeA
A tea for the benefit of the vacation vacationhouse vacationhouse aoatlonhouse
house to be built for the Young Womens WomensChristian WomensChrIstian WomensChristian
Christian Association sooll11on will be given at La LaNormandie LaNormandle LaNormandle
Normandle Annex 1465 I street next Mon Monday Monday lQn lQnda ¬
day da April 11 from 4 t to 6 oclock The Thepatronesses Thepatronossos Thepatronesses
patronesses are Mrs Thropp Mrs Mac Macfarland Macfarland Macariand
farland Mrs Radcllffe Miss Grandln GrandlnMw GraudlnMrs GrandinMrs
Mrs Matthew atthew T Scott Mrs J N Lang Langham Langham Langham
ham Mrs Irs H J Hunt Mrs David J JFoster JFoster JFoster
Foster Mrs Henry T Rainey Mrs John JohnR JohnR TohnR
R McLoan Mrs William Hamilton HamiltonBayly HamiltonBIlIy HamiltonBayly
Bayly and Mrs Charle Wood Those Thosereceiving Thoserecelng Thosereceiving
receiving the guests will be Mrs rs Bayly BaylyMiss BaI BaIMiss BaylyMiss
Miss Florence Brown Mrs Rainey Ml Mien MienSusanne 1115 1115Susanne s sSusanna
Susanne Edeon and Miss Barndollar Barndollarwhile BarndolJarwhile Barndollarwhile
while those presiding at the tea table tablewill tablew1l1 tablewill
will be Mrs Langham assisted a sIsted by Mis MisSpiers Mias MiasSpleen U USplars
Spleen and Miss Clara Schofield Miss MissBuckingham MissBucktngham IIH IIHBuckingham
Buckingham and Miss Sayre will exhibit exhibitplans exhibitpltms exhibitplans
plans for tho vacation house and Miss MissAnna MissAnna U UAnna
Anna Hall will 11l have charge of the con contributions contributtoM contrlbutions ¬
tributions tributionsThe tributtoMThe trlbutionsThe
The theatricals for forthe the benefit of the theWorking theWorking theWorking
Working Boys Homo in the New Wlllard Wlllardballroom Wmardballroom Willardballroom
ballroom on the evening of April 12 12will 12will 12will
will be ono of the social events of next nestweek nextweek nextweek
week Mrs Taft has taken one of the theboxes theboxC theboxes
boxes She is deeply decpl interested in the thecharity thecharity thecharity
charity which is perhaps one of th thmost the themost
most necessary nece sary of the many in Wash WashIngton Vash Vashlngton
ington Its object Is to give a respectable respeetablehomo respectablehome
home and clubroom to working boys bo s who whootherwise whootherwlae whootherwise
otherwise could only afford the poorest poorestlodgings pooreetlodgtngs poorestlodgings
lodgings lodgingsAmong lodgtngsAmong lodgingsAmong
Among the patronesses for next Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuosday ¬
day evening are Mrs Larz Anderson Mrs MrsTownsend MrsTown MrsTownsend
Townsend Town nd Mrs Morris Murray Mrs MrsHuO MrsHum MrsHuff
Hum Mrs Cotton Smith Mrs Hinckley HlnckleyMrs HinckleyMrs HinckleyMrs
Mrs John Hays Hammond Mrs Blount BlountI BlountMrs
I Mrs rs Merriam Mrs 1rs Thomas Nelson Page PageMiss PAgeMl PageMbea
Miss Ml s Wells re1ls and Mrs Mitchell The first firstplay firstplay firstplay
play is The Outpost by Mr J F S SArchibald Srchlbold SArchibald
Archibald rchlbold and acted by Capt Fortescue Fortescueand Fortescueand Fortescueand
and Capt Evans It is a story stor of the thePhilippine thePhlUpplne thePhilippines
Philippine a 8 glimpse Into the lives of ofI ottwo oftwo
I two soldiers who have served their term termof termor termof
of enlistment fighting in the tropical tropicaljungles tropLcaljungles tropicaljungles
jungles junglesThe junglesThe junglesThe
The other piece is a comedy written by byl1ss byMiss
Miss l1ss Hammond sister of Mr Ir John Hays HaysHammond HaysHammond
Hammond and she herself takes the theleading theleadtng theleading
leading role Mrs William Merriam and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Ned Cady Cadyue are In the cast the former formeras
as the deluded husband and the latter a amoneyseeking amoneyaeoklnS amoneyseeking
moneyseeking Englishman An entire act actIs actis
is supplied by b Miss Ilss Lind from New York Yorkwho Yorkwho Yorkwho
who will give her celebrated dance Many Manydebutantes Manydebutantes Ian Iandebutantes
debutantes of this season and last year yearwill yearwill ear earw1l1
will sell programmes and candles during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the intermission intermissionThe intermissIonThe intermissionThe
The Historical Society of Philadelphia Philadelphiafounded PhiladelphIafounded Philadelphiafounded
founded by Benjamin Franklin has is issued is issued is8ued ¬
sued invitations for a a reception r epllon tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row evening when Admiral Pendleton Pendletonwill Pendletonwill
will be the guest of honor honorMiss honorMiss
Miss 1lss Sarah Emma Fenwick and Mr MrAubrey MrAubrey
Aubrey Truitt Daly of this city will be bemarried bemarried
married tomorrow afternoon at St SL Al Alphonsus Alphonsus
phonsus Church New Orleans OrleansMr OrleansMr
Mr and Mrs lrs William J Chapman of ofBaltimore ofBaltimore
Baltimore have announced the engage engagement engagement engagemeet ¬
ment of their daughter Miss Daisy DaIs Howl Howlson Howison Howlson
son Chapman to Lieut John T Rowe RoweU RoweU RoweU
U S A formerly of Virginia The wed wedding wedding wedding ¬
ding will be an event of this month monthLieut monthLieut monthLiout
Lieut Rowe has been recently trans transforred transferred transerred
erred from Fort McHenry to Fort An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews Boston BostonMiss BostonMiss BostonMiss
Miss Elizabeth Black will arrive here heretomorrow horetomorrow heretomorrow
tomorrow from trom Bryn Mawr to be the theguest theguest theguest
guest of Mrs George D McCreary McCrearyBaron McCrearyBaron MeCrearyBaron
Baron Ladlslaus Hengelmuller Austro AustroHungarian AustroHungarian AustroHungarian
Hungarian Ambassador In Washington Washingtonarrived WashIngtonprrIed Washingtonnrrlved
arrived in Budapest on March 15 and andhas andhas andhas
has left for a long sojourn in Abftazia Abftaziaafter Ablaziaafter Abazlaafter
after a visit to Count KhuenHedervary KhuenHedervaryHungarian KhuenHedenaryHungarinn KhuenHedervaryHungarian
Hungarian prime minister Baron Hen Hengelmuller Hengelmuller Hengelmuller ¬
gelmuller will be with Col Roosevelt on onhis onhis onhis
his tour through Hungary HungaryMr HungaryMr HungaryMr
Mr and Mrs Alfred AlfredThomas Thomas Marks have haveissued haveissued haveissued
issued invitations for the marriage of their theirdaughter theirdauShter theirdaughter
daughter Miss MI 8 Florence Alberta Marks Marksand Marksand Marksand
and Mr George Carroll Dlmond at 4 4oclock 4oclock 4oclock
oclock on Wednesday afternoon April j
2 The ceremony will be performed at attho atthQ attho
tho home of the bride 1106 Thirteenth Thirteenthstreet ThIrteenthstreet Thirteenthstreet
street streetAn streetAn streetAn
An elaborate ball was given last even evening evenIng evenlag ¬
ing by b the Columbia Hunting Club of this thiscity thisclt thiscity
city clt There were a prize waltz and a aprize nprize aprize
prize barn dance Mr Rock being the thewinner thewinner
winner of the waltz with Mr King a aclose aclose
close second The feature was the all allaround allaround
around dancing of Mr King who won wonin wonIn wonin
in both contests Medals and cash prizes prizeswere prizeswere prizeswere
were awarded awardedThere awardedThero awardedThere
There will be a lecture and muslcale muslcaleat muslcalat niuslcalat
at the New WIllard on April 15 at 445 445oclock 445oclock
oclock for the benefit of Western Free FreeDispensary FreeDispensary FreeDispensary
Dispensary The Monday Morning Mu Music Music Music ¬
sic Club will open and close the enter entertainment entertainment i
tainment with pleasing selections The Thelecture Thelecture Thelecture
lecture by Miss Gertrude M OReilly OReillythe ORelllythe OReillythe
the distinguished Dublin author on the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject Year in an Irish fishing vii village vHlage viilage ¬
lage Cladach will Interest lovers of ofIrish ofIrish ofIrish
Irish tales talesMiss talesMiss t tMiss
Miss Ruth TIsdale of California who whohas whohas whohas
has been the house guest of Representa Representative Bepresentatlse epresenta epresentaUve
tive and Mrs Knowland at the High Highlands Highlands Highlands ¬
lands has left for Sonne Conneptlcut onne tlcut to visit visitfriends visittriends visitfriends
friends An elaborate elaborafe tea was given in inher Inher Inher
her honor Monday afternoon at the theHighlands theHighlands theHighlands
Highlands Assisting Mrs Knowland Knowlandwere Knowlandwere Knowlandwere
were Mrs Flint wife of Senator Flint Flintof Flintof Flintof
of California Mrs Needham wife lfe of ofRepresentative orRepreUItat1ve ofBeprecntat1ve
Representative Needham Mrs H K KDaugherty KDaughertP
Daugherty and th Misses Hayes a a1d d
LL LLLansburgh
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rLansburgh Lansburghiiro Lansburgh Bro ro
420426 7th Street
417425 41 7425 8th Street
168 Nearsilk NearsilkPETTIGOfiT NearsilkPETTICOATS earsiIk earsiIkPETTICOATS
98e 98eAbont
About six styles of excellent excellentquality E excellentquality > xcelJentQualIty
quality nearsllk made full circu circular cIrcular circular ¬
lar flounce seme have bands bandssome bandssome bandssome
some shirring and some fJOm hem hemstitching hemstitchIng hemstitching ¬
stitching also a few colors In Innavy innivy Innavy
navy coPenhagen and andgreen nd m mgreen
green Teen All lengths For Forone 98 C
one days special
148 Long LongKIMONO LongKIMONOS LongKI
98c 98cOt
Of splendid quality lawn In neat neatetrlpea neatstrIpes neatstripes
strIpes and figures Some made madewfth madewf1h madewith
with Hubbard yoke and some have havebelt havebelt have98c
belt at waist A very full o orut
rut garment garm > nt All sizes sizesSpecial sizesSpecial 9Bc 98cSmith
Special SpecialSmith
L LSmith j
Smith daughters of Representatives RepresentativesHayes RepresentativesHayes RepresentativesHayes
Hayes and Smith of California CaliforniaA
A surprise masquerade ma uerade party was given givenMiss glenMiss givenMiss
Miss Katherine Love at her home 1121 1121Irving 1J2 1J2Irving iI iIIrving
Irving street northeast on April L 1 The Thechildren Thechildren lhechildren
children arrived In a n body each repre representing reprelontlng reproseating ¬
seating a a character Mts MISS UM Nan Mltcfael Mltcfaelrepresented Mitchelrepresented Mitcholrepresented
represented BoPeep with all her hersheep hersheep hersheep
sheep Miss Joy Mitchel as Queen of ofHearts ofHearts ofHearts
Hearts Miss Rachel Benfor her page pageMiss pageMiss pageMiss
Miss Janet Torbert Gypsy Girt rl MIss MiteEugenie MIssEugenle MissEugenle
Eugenle Stevenson and Mia Mt Miss Mary iIr Simon Simonpink Simonpink Simonpink
pink and white fairies Miss Helen Orth Ortha
a ghost Miss MI8 Helen Robinson Japanese JapaneseailSB Ja JapneseNIna nSe nSeIlsa
NIna Ilsa Jean Cruiksbanke a Crocus Miss MissKatherine MIssIatherine MissKatherine
Katherine Love a 8 bride Mater Fred FredChristie FredChrIstie FredChristie
Christie a Puritan Master l18ter Harry Chris Chrtetle Chrltie Christie
tie a clown Alan and Page Porter base baseball basebAJl baseball ¬
ball players Master Hugh Torbert a aTurk aTnrk aTurk
Turk Steward Crulkshanks sailor nor boy boyand 00 00and boyand
and Master Philip Love Little Boy Blue BlueThe BlueThe BlueThe
The children acted the parts of their theirrespective theirrespoctie theirrespective
respective characters as consistently as astho asthe I
tho games would allow allo until 9 oclock oclockwhen oclo oclockwhen < k kwhen
when masques were removed and a arepast arcp arepast
repast rcp st served in the diningroom diningroomTULGES dining diningroomURGES room roomURGES
Dr John Quincy Qulnc Adams Would ould Aid AidCity AidCity Aidcity
City Beautiful IleniitifulIf
It the idea suggested by Dr John JohnQulncy JohnQuincy JohnQuincy
j Quincy Adams of the art commission of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York in a 8 lecture before th the Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington Society o of Fine Arts last night nightin nightin nightin
in tho Public Library materializes this thiscity thisclt thiscity
city clt will have an art commission commissionThe commlS6lonThe commissionThe
The lecturer used a number of views viewsin vIewsIn viewsIn
in his lecture to show what the commis commission oommlssion commisston ¬
sion had h d done in New York la 11 1 the way wayof wayoC wayof
of helping the city build beautiful police policestations polloostatlona policestations
stations fire engine houses and school schoolhouses schoolhouses schoolhouses
houses Ever Every > statue that is enacted enactedin enectedin esectedin
in New York is tint approved by b a acommission 11commission acommission
commission and all parks and play playgrounds playgrounds playgrounds ¬
grounds are laid out with its aid aidPIANO aldPIANO aidPIANO
Pupil of Mr Fabian Delights Audi Audience Audlence Audience ¬
ence with Classic Selections SelectionsBefore ScleetlonBefore SelectionsBefore
Before one of the largest audiences of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the season W A Engel the star pupil pupilof pupiloC pupilof
of Mr Fabian rendered a programme of ofselections ofsolections ofselections
selections from the th more classic school schoolof schoolot schoolof
j of composers at th the Columbia yesterday yesterdayafternoon ye5terdRafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon that delighted the ear and andproved andproved andproved
proved that he Is the possessor of talent talentin talentIn talentIn
in this direction far above the ordinary ordinaryThis ordinaryThis ordinaryThis
This was the first public appearance of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this young oung man but but notwithstanding notwithstandingthis
this he showed few sl sltplS cns of stage fright frightother frightother frightother
other than a tendency to render the open opening opentrig 1 1ing
ing selections with a a trifle too much much muchforce muchforce j
force and too little expression ecpres ton This soon soonwore soonwore soonwore
wore off however and the remainder remainderof
of the programme was notable for the thelightness thelightness thelightness
lightness and delicacy of the touch of ofthe otthe ofthe
the player and the skill that he showed showedespecially showed65peclalb showedespecially
especially In the Hungarian Rhapsodic RhapsodieNo
No 13 by Liszt which was the best bestrendered betttrendered bestrendered
rendered of a 8 number of wellchosen se selections selections selections ¬
lections lectionsBeethovens lectionsBeethovens lectionsBeethovens
Beethovens Sonata was chosen as asthe astho asthe
the opening number followed by three threeselections threesol threeselections
selections sol CUons from Chopin a waltz a ma mazurka mazurka inszurka ¬
zurka and his Fantasie Impromptu ImpromptuThe ImpromptuThe ImpromptuThe
The latter was the beet given of the thethree thethree thethree
three and the applause at the conclu conclusion conclusion concluslon ¬
sion of this number was such that the theplayer theplaer theplayer
player was forced to return several severaltimes severaltimes severaltimes
times to bow his thanks and to receive receivethe receivethe receivethe
the flowers that were heaped upon him himFollowing himFollowIng himFollowing
Following this Miss Faye Bumphrey Bumphreyrendered Bumphreyrendered Bumphreyrendered
rendered two vocal vocal selections When WhenYou WhenYou WhenYou
You Pass Dearest and My Heart at atThy atThy atThy
Thy Sweet Voice from Samson et etDailla etDalila etDallla
Dailla Dalila She is the possessor of a sweet sweetcontralto sweetcontraltO sweetcontniltk
contralto contraltO voice olee but its volume was wasslightly wasslightly wasslIghtly
slightly deficient until the conclusion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the latter song when it gained Ini Inistrength In Instrength Instrength
strength and lost none of Its sweetness sweetnessThe sweetnessThe j jThe
The other numbers on the programme programmeselections I1rogrammeselections programmeselecflons
selections from Schubert Liszt and V VWeber VVeber VWeber
Weber by Mr Engel and two more moresongs moresongs moresongs
songs by Miss Bumphrey were all well wellreceived wellreceived wellreceived
received The stage was handsomely handsomelydecorated handsomelydecorated handsomelydecorated
decorated and both Mr II Engel En el and Miss MissBumphrey 11lssBumphrey MissBumphrey
Bumphrey received many beautiful floral floraltributes floraltributes floraltributes
tributes tributesGun tributesGun tributesGun
Gun Factory Club Gives Ball BallJoy DaJJJO BallJoy
Joy JO reigned at the grand ball the last lastof lastof lastof
of the season given last night by the theNaval theNaval theNaval
Naval Gun Factory Band Pleasure Club Clubat Clubat Clubat
at the Washington Navy Yard Yai MusitS MusitSwas Musi Musiwas Musl Muslwas
was furnished by the Naval GUn Fac Factory Factory Factory ¬
tory Band directed by Jacob G MoodyThe Moody MoodyThe 1toodyThe
The dance was accounted the success of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the season seasonMore seasonJlore seasonMore
More Sites for Playgrounds PlaygroundsVacant PlnygrounlsVacant PlaygroundsVacant
Vacant government grounds under the thecontrol thecontrol thecontrol
control of the Treasury Department will willbe willbe m mbe
be used as playgrounds for the children childrenof
of o the th city c1t this summer There are more morethan morethan morethan
than than 100 vacant lots owned by the govern government govornment governmeat ¬
ment In the city which i1llb vjir 9111 be effected effectedby effectedhy effeotedly
by the decision of the Treasury Depart Department Department Departmont ¬
ment to allow their use for playgrounds playgroundss playgroundsFuneral playgroundsFuneral
s Funeral of alias Ella Kelly KellyThe KellyThe elly ellyThe
The funeral of Miss Ella B Kelly of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Printingdaughter Printingdaughtor Printingdaughter
daughter of the late Lleut John F FKelly Fllly FKelly
Kelly llly who ho died Sunday night will be beheld beheld beheld
held this morning from St SL Aloysius AloysiusChurch AlOyItiChurch AloysiuSChurch
Church Senices will be held at the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church at 9 oclock oclockRev oclockRev ociockRev
Rev Mr Ir YVeddcrspoon Coming ComingRev ComingRev ComingRev
Rev R W V Wed W Wetlrspoon erspoon of Plttsburg Plttsburghas Pittaburgtins j jhas
has accepted a call to the pastorate of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Foundry FoundryI M E Church of this city and andw111 andwill
will assume hIs duties on October 1
Old Nassau Is Cheered at atAlumni atAun1ni atAlumni
Alumni Banquet BanquetPRESIDENT BanquetPRESIDENT BanquetPRESIDENT
Prof Howard McLeualian of College CollegeFaculty CollegcFneulty CollegeFaculty
Faculty Indorses Action in Regard Regardto
to Proctor P oetor Giftf GUt and Urges All AllPrJncctonians AllIJrJncet AllIrlncetoninns
PrJncctonians IJrJncet nlnnlf to Stand 1 by > > Tradi Tradition TradilionaAsnoeltatlon PraUHonJIIAuocJatfon ¬
tion HonJIIAuocJatfon Association Elects Officer OfficerFifty OfficeuFifty OfficersFifty
Fifty sons of Old Nassau Joined in inpraise Inprale Inpraise
praise of their alma mater at th tht thirty thirtyninth thlrtyninth thirtyninth
ninth annual banquet of the Princeton PrincetonAlumni PrIncetonAlumni PrincetonAlumni
Alumni Association of the District and andthe andthe andthe
the Southern States last night at the theChevy theChev theChevy
Chevy Chev Chase Clul when past worries worriesand worrIesand worriesand
and cares were given over to the pleasant pleasantreminiscences pleasantreminiscences pleasantreminiscences
reminiscences of college days daysHenry daysHenry daytHenry
Henry E Davis 76 one of the vice vicepresidents vicepresidents vicepresidents
presidents of the organization who acting actingas
as toastmaster presided and toasts to toPrinceton toPrInceton toPrinceton
Princeton held sway until a a late hour hourRepresented hourRelresented hourRepresented
Represented Princeton Tiger TigerNothing TIlerNothing TigerNothing
Nothing was left undone by the man management management management ¬
agement to make the banquet a success successin successIn successIn
in every feature even down to the unique uniquesouvenirs uniquesouvenlr5 uniquesouvenirs
souvenirs representing the Princeton Princetontiger Princetontiger PrincetontIger
tiger done up in the orange and black blackof blackof blackof
of the university colors colorsProf colorsPro colorsProf
Prof Pro Howard McLenahan of the thePrinceton thePrinceton
Princeton faculty tacult as guest guestot of honor honorwas honorwaswarm Waswarm was waswarm I
warm In his praise of the history of the theuniversity theuniveralt theuniversity
university univeralt exemplifying the spirit of ofdemocracy otdemocracy ofdemocracy
democracy and the progressiveness of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country today todayHe toda todaHe todayHo
He was earnest in his support of Pres President PresIdent Prosblent ¬
ident Wilsons action In regard to the themuch themuch themuch
much heralded Proctor gift to the uni university university unlversity ¬
versity and urged all Princetonians Prince onlans to tostand tostand tostand
stand by the traditions of the institution institutionwhich Institutionwhich institutionwhich
which looked toward the making of men menrather menrather menrather
rather than the making of money mone which whichput whichput whichput
put principles first above finances and andwas andwas
was today carrying on the good work workwhich worlewhich workwhich
which was the intention of the founders foundersFinance foundersFinnnee foundersFinance
Finance Matter Dropped DroppedThe DroppedThe I IThe
The matter of the Proctor gift was the thetheme thetheme I
theme of variqus speachea until Gist GistBlair GistBlaIr GistBlair
Blair suggested that matters of finance financebe financebedroppcd financebe
be bedroppcd dropped and expelled by the ringing ringingchorus rfngJngchorus ringingchorus
chorus of Old Nassau as a every eycr one onestood onestoOd onestood
stood in response to the toast to Presi President PresIdent Prosdent ¬
dent Woodrow Wilson WilsonOthers WIlsonOthers WilsonOthers
Others who spoke were Oliver Metz Metzerott Met Meterott Metserott
erott and Henry B Munn M7 47 The lat latter latter lattot ¬
ter who was the oldest member of the theassociation thewaociaUon theassociation
association present urged the elimina elimination ellmlnat10n elirnination ¬
tion of illfoellng In regard to the Proc Proctor Proctor Proctor ¬
tor matter and the reuniting of the old oldPrinceton oldPrInceton oldPrinceton
Princeton spirit of brotherly love and andcompanionship andcompanlonsblp andcompanionship
companionship companionshipBefore companlonsblpB companionshipBefore
Before B foro the banquet the election of of officers 0 0fic ofI1cer ¬
ficers fic I1cer rs was as held at tho club which was waspresided waspresIded waspresided
presided over by President A B Kelly KellyThe KellyThe KellyThe
The result was as follows followsPresident followsP followsPreeldent
President P klent 0 Thomas Dunlop 92 rice presidents presidentsDr JI < esldent esldentJr
Dr B A 3 BaUsch 77 77 1 Hon Henry F Greene GreeneHeary 8 8HCBQ SI SIHenry >
Henry E Darts 76 76 6 Judge A B Banner I18 U 45 45James 45James 15James
James M 1L Johnston 70 70 A A B Kelly 78 7 Henry
B Munn Iunn 47 < T Dr Wallace Ncff 74 14 Hon Charles CharlesHeary CharlesHemy Charleshenry
henry Butler S Victor Kaoffmann S 5J Henry a aStewart C CStewart CStewart
Stewart W secretarytreasurer Edmund Brady 01 01assistant 01U 01tiMtant
U assistant itant eecretary Walter G Dunlop 00 executive executivecommittee executirecomm1ttte executivecnmmIttte
committee Walter D McLean 96 chairman JL A B BKelly BKelly BKeUy
Kelly 70 iO Victor KaHfiraann S3 Dr B A Bal Ballooh Balloch Balloch
loch 77 17 W J Pitting 07 Dr W F If Bowers n nrei
rei 96 H IL V Tulloch Tu1I Ch 98 Capt Frank E Evans 93 93Dr 9SDr IS ISDr
Dr John Dunlop 98 Max a C J Wfehle SJ 9 9Prank and andFrank andFr3nk
Frank B For OS OSAround 05Around CdAround
Around Banquet nnquet Board BoardThose DoardThose BoardThose
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A delegation of six members qf Delta DeltaChi DeltaChi DeltaClii
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noon for Columbus where the annual annualconvention annualconvention i iconvention
convention will be held under auspices of ofthe ofthe I
the Ohio State University UniversityFrom Unhersit UnhersitFrom UniversityFrom
From the Washington Alumni Chapter Chapterwill Chaperv111 Chapterwill
will go as delegates W W Bride Clyde ClydeWelkert ClydeWeikert ClydeWeikert
Weikert and Thomas Kirby Kirb while the theGeorgetown theGCQrgctown theGeqrgetown
Georgetown undergraduate chapter will willsend willsend willsend
send Thomas McCue Joseph Abbott and andJohn ad adJohn andJohn
John Holliday Holda Delta Dela Chi was the first firstnational fst fstnational firstnational
national fraternity frterniy of Its It sort to enter enterGeorgetown enterGeorgetown enterGeorgetown
Georgetown while whie the charter chrter to the thealumni thealumnI thealumni
alumni chapter was wa granted two years yearsago yearsago ears earsago
ago Both chapters have h8Y6 been successful successfuland sccessful sccessfuland successfuland
and the representation representaton is one of the thelargest thelargest thelargest
largest ever sent out from this city ciy to tothe tothe tothe
the convention conventon of a national nntonal fraternity fraternityThe fraternityThe rternlt3 rternlt3The
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ending Saturday evening with wit a n banquet banquetat
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Improvement Association Assolatn last lat night many manymatters manYmater manymatters
matters mater or local locl Interest Interet were discussed discussedA dlsU5lW dlsU5lWA
A resolution reoluton asking the Washington WashingtonRailway Wahington WahingtonRaiwy WashIngtonRailway
Railway Raiwy and Electric Eletic Company Compn to extend extendits extendis extendits
its is tenminute schedule sheule one hour in the themorning themorning themorning
morning and at night and ad another ex expressing e epressing oxpressing
pressing the Intention Jntenton of or the association associationto ultlon ultlonto
to cooperate In any an movement toward towardextending towad towadetending towar4extending
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following officers were elected elete for the thecoming thecoming
rolowlng otces te tecoming
coming year W W Price president preident G GW GKennedY GW
W Kennedy first frst vice president prident J 1 S SLyons SL SLyons
Lyons L ons second vice president Richard RIchardJones F FJones FJones
Jones recording secretary seoretr Lincoln F Fliss Fi Flies
lies financial financal secretary secret and I L L Blala Blalatreasurer BI BItreasuer BliL1ntreasurer
treasurer treasuer
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Furniture of the Elizabethan Queen Ann Hepplewhite HepplewhiteChippendale HepplewhiteChippendale HepplewhiteChippendale
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All Al to be sold at public ptlbIc auction aucton at the Sloan Galleries Galeries 1407 47
April Apri 6th 7th and 8th 1910 1910at 1910at I
at 11 and 3 Each Day DayBy DayBy
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