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Woodward & Lothrop
New York WASHINGTON Paris.
Women's Caster Costumes
A TRULY wonderful assemblage of smart style costumes is
here displayed. The genius of the Parisian designers, the
ingenuity of American modistes, and the clever adapta
tions and modifications of the season's extreme styles combine to
make this showing an all-embracing one.
A rich and attractive line of new spring foulards, fashioned in
all the most attractive models of the season and in plain and fancy
fignred effects, with borders to match, as well as polka dots, checks,
and two-toned stripes. High and Dutch neck styles, in various
S18.75 to 45.00 each.
A splendid showing of new Lingerie Dresses, in the most fas
tidious models, of fine batiste, all-over embroidery, embroidered
crepe, and sheer Persian lawn, beautifully trimmed with dainty
laces and embroideries. High and low neck effects, with three
quarter sleeves, and skirts finished with bands of lace and tiny
10.00 to 845.00 each.
New models in white and colored marquisettes, trimmed with
wide bands of cluny lace, Irish crochet, or hand embroidery, in
white and the soft pastel shades. Some arc combined with folds
of contrasting colored marquisette. Both high and low neck styles
with three-quarter sleeves arc shown, with skirts in the most fetch
ing styles.
15.00 to 80.00 each.
Handsome Afternoon and Dinner Gowns, in the most fash
ionable models and in the light evening shades, as well as the
ever-popular black. Beautifully fashioned of crepe cloth, brocaded
crepe, chiffc l with fancy borders, crepe meteor, point d'esprit over
satin, net and marquisette over satin.
$35.00 to 5125.00 each.
Third floor G .
Women's Separate Skirts
For All Occasions.
OUR present showing is undoubtedly the largest and most at
tractive of any previous car. A few minutes' inspection
will convince the most exacting shoppers of the complete
ness of cur lines from every standpoint.
The stlc-. qualities, materials colorings, and designs cover
every desired note of newness. Especially worthy of mention arc
the new styles in Cream Serge Skirts.
Serge Skirts, S5.75 to 15.00.
Panama Skirts, 5.75 to glO.OO.
Voile Skirts, 58.75 to 815.00.
Fancy Mixtures, S7.50 to 15.00.
Taffeta Silk Skirts, $8.75 to 12.00.
Third floor ft X.
A Most Attractive Value in
White Linen-finish Percale.
THIS fabric is made of high-grade cotton, but finished by
uch an expert process that it has the exact appearance
ff Real Irish Linen. It is full bleached, well wearing, and
in the height of rlc
c have secured 2,000 yards of this material in 36-inch width,
and offer it at the
Special price, 12c yard. Value, 17c.
Srrrxl flonr l7cTrntb si.
GcorRrrloirn Cltizenjv Tnrn Ont to
Hear Brown mid I'nirehild.
An enthusiastic audicn'-e or rrore than
SDC residents of Georgt town last night
heard the fourth of a seties of lectures
on "Beautiful Washington delivered b
Glenn Brown and David Fairchild.
Reference wa- made nv both speakers
to the natural charm of different sec
tions of Georgetown, swing to the age
of the place and of the need of pre
Our "Edith" Shoes.
Price, $3
In high and low cut; all the
latest styles and shapes. All
leathers. Equal to any $X50 shoe
In the city.
Betsy Ross Shoes.
Price, $3.50
Pumps and Tics In velvet and
suede, in all leathers, black and
tan. Equal to any $4.04 shoe sold
jos. strasburger Co. 310-312 Seventh St N. W.
serving and bettering the buildings and
gardens Mr Brown, .n his lecture on
the park commission phn for the bcau
tification of Washington, spoke of the
difference, the plan would make in the
entrances to Georgetown
Scenes were shown illustrating the de
plorable condition of the Rock Creek
allei especially between the Potomac
River and the P street bridge The next
of the scries will be delivered this even
ing before the North Capitol and Kck
lngton Citizens' Association, at St. Mar
tlr's Hail
For Men
and Women
WE are exhibiting all the new
styles of Spring Foot
wear fashioned for ex
clusive tastes. A collection that
argues well for the favor of the
Men and Women.
"Capitol" Shoes
for Men, $3.00
Men's High and Ixrvr Shoes, In
all the best leathers, black and
tan, and smartest styles, includ
ing tho new high-toe last.
"Senator" Shoes
for Men, $3.50
Thirty styles from which to
make selection, embodying; a.11
the latest novelties. Tan, Russia
Calf, Patent Colt, and Gun MetaL
Kqual to any sold elsewhere at
Ambassador's Daughter Is
Bride of Diplomat.
Countess Lnlse-Alexandra Ton Bcrn
atorff and Count Raymond Pour
tales Married and Leave for Eu
rope on Bridal Trip otable I.lst
of Guests Attend the Servieeui.
Quite the most important wedding .if
many months in Washington was that
jesterday of Countess L.ulse-Alexandra
ton Bcrastorff, daughter of the German
Ambassador, and Count Raymond Pour
tales, formerly of the embassy staff in
this city. Just transferred to the foreign
office in Berlin. The ceremony was per
formed at 4 o'clock in Concordia Luth
eran Church, at the corner of Twentieth
end G streets, by Rev. Paul A. Men-
zel. pastor. The wedding was more
American In character than German,
although the bride and bridegroom ad
hered to many of the German customs.
A full choral service was given by thj
vested choir of SL John's Episcopal
Church, under the direction of the chotr-
master and organist. Mr. H H. Free-
ran. During the seating of the guest
Mr. Freeman plaved the following num
bers: "Bridal Song" (Jensen). "Pilgrim's
Chorus" (Wagner), "Spring Song" (Men
delssohn), "CantUene Nuptials" (Dubois),
"March Militate' (Schubert), and "Can
tsbile" In K major (Domnrest) The
choir numbers fortv men and bovs. and
their mulc was partleularlv effective.
Thc met the bridal party at the door
of the church and preceded them to the
chancel During the pro-essional of the
choir from the chancel to the church
doors to meet the bridil party the or
ganist plaved the march from the ora
torio of "Ell." bv Michael Costa For
the return of the ehoir heading the
Bridal prtwerston they sang the hndal
rhorus fro-n "IiOhengrin ' As the lift
the church the Mendelssohn wedding
march was plaed
Tnfln Are Prewcnt.
During the marriage crcmony the or
ganist played Massenet's "Virgin Pray
er " The double ring ceremony was
used. The President and Mrs Taft,
their daughter. Miss Taft, and the Vice
President and Mrs Shrrman were shown
to their reals Just before the bridal party
'ntercd. The bride was escorted by her
father, the Ambassador, and she ncr
looked loehcr than In hrj- Paris bridal j
robe of white satin, trailing raan ards .
behind hrr p'tlte tigurc The gown was
made in th- nrcail!nc- stvle of r.riness
j with a close-fitting skirt and very slight
I draper drawn across the sides under
l the dot pljit of th enormously long
i train -which started several Inches above
the waist linr. under a large bow of the
SAtin Quantities of Brussels point lace
I were used on the bodice, the pattern of
the lire carrv Ipg out the Idea of youth
nml of hpringtime. which o wH de-
verities the peronaiit of this very
'charming foreign bride The sleeves
i were of elbow length, finished with Bnis
I s--K point ruffles The veil was of Brus
sels po nt held with a wreath of mjrtle,
'following the tradition of brides in Ger
I m.inj Her bouquet was of lilies of the
vnllev and white orchids. The neck of
, her gown was cut round In Dutrh fash
i Ion and flnishd with rose point lace, and
j her only ornament was a string of su
' perb pearls
The wedding party presented a beauti-
ful and picturesque effect, the gowns of'rt Dudlev Winthrop. In South Carolina,
the bridrsmaids and the uniforms of the
men of the wedding party making a mix
ture of dolicatc and brilliant colors Pre
ceding the bride and her fathe-. the
bridegroom entered with the bride's
mother, according to the German fashion.
There was no best man, hut according to
the American fashion there were four
ushers. Count Klcmcr Pejacsevlch. of the
Austrian Kmbassy: Mr. Ilanicl von
Halmhauscn, counselor of tho German
Kmba&sy, Commander Retzrnann. naval
attache of the German Kmbassy. and Mr
A C Horstmann, attache of the German
Kmbassy. The four groomsmen were
Count Gucnthcr von Bernstorff, brother
of the bride; Jonkheer H. M. van
j Weede. of the Netherlands Iegatlon: Ixird
Eutace Percv. of the British Embassy
staff, and Baron Hardcnbrock, of the
German Umbassy staff.
nrfdcumalda Come JTrxt.
The four bridesmaids, who preceded the
bridegroom and the mother of the bride,
were Miss Alys Meyer, daughter of the
Secretary of the Navy; Miss Elsie Aid
rich, daughter of former Senator Aid
rich; Mibs Mary Southerland. daughter
of Rear Admiral Southerland, and MUs
Cecilia May, who will be married In Eas
ter week to Mr. Robert Bacon, son of
the American Ambassador to France
Tho gowns of the bridesmaids were all
alike, and among tho smartest designs of
tho new snrincr fashions Thiv nnrn nf
palo pink satin in a new tint, with deli
cate tunic drapery of a new shade of
light blue chiffon, making an exquisite
efTert savoring strongly of Paris. Tho
skirts were in demitrains and un
trimmed, save for the drapery, which was
finished with a flounce nine inches deep.
Across the front of the draperies were
garlands of tiny pink satin roses and
buds, with foliage of the natural color,
also in satin. This samo garniture ap
peared on the bodices In more pro
nounced style. The sleeves were finished
with ruffles of delicate pink tulle, the
tulle also finishing the necks. The hats
were picturesque? affairs of pink and blue
tulle trimmed with garlands of satin
roses and foliage, pink satin slippers,
pink hosiery, and pink srlovcs completed
tho costumes, and they all carried pink
roses and wore the bride's gift, a brooch
of pale blue enamel with the Initials B. P.
in diamonds. These were brought by
the bride from Paris.
The gown of the Countess von Bern
storff, mother of the bride, wag of gray
chiffon, with a smart hat of gray straw,
trimmed with shaded gray plumes. She
wore some superb" pearls and diamonds.
A brilliant reception followed at the
embassy, where the decorations were of
Easter lilies. Southern smllax. Bride
roses, palms, and ferns, the samo as In
the church. Mrs. Taft "wore a beautiful
gown of black marquisette over white
satin, with a laco panel set in. of
ducbesse point The samo lace was used
on the bodice and sleeves, and a toque
of violets and violet satin completed the
costume. Miss Taft wore pink chiffon
over white satin, with a black hat and
bronze green plume. Mrs. Holllster, guest
of Mrs. Taft. wore lavender satin with
hat and plumes to match.
Count Fourtales and. his bride left on
an evening train tor New Tork. and via
sail for Germany to-morrow. They will
spend the six weeks of his vacation trav
eling in Europe, and will then settle In
their new hut probably temporary home
in Berlin, where the count Is assigned
to duty. He Is quite In the Hne of pro
motion m the diplomatic service of his
Among the out-of-town cueeta were the
americaa Awn Jar to
to Germany and Mrs. Hill and Miss Hill
Mrs. Edward Luekemeyer, of New York!
Krandmothcr of the bride; Mr. and Mrs.
James Speyer. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius
Vanderbllt, Mrs. Post, Mlsr Amy Town
send. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Brownson,
Miss Marjory Curtis. Mrs. Richard In In,
and Mr. and Mrs. Sheffer, all of New
The Rifts of the joung countess formed
? brilliant and valuable collection of
jewels crystal ware, and silver. The
Ambassador and the counters pave their
daufjhtcr a wonderful diamond tiara In
the form of a wreath of flowers, which
ras been in the famllv a number of
cari. The President and Mrs. Taft gave
a handsome point lace fin with sticks of
mother-of-pearl incrustcd with gold
Miss Helen Taft'a gift was a handsome
silver platter. The gifts of the brides
naids were equally beautiful Misi May
Rave her a nilvcr powder puff hox and
cushion to match: MKs Mtyer, gold after
dinner coffee set; Miss Aldricb, silver
tray, and Mlss Southerland. two silver
cake baskets. Among the other gifts
were: From Ambassador and Mrs. Bryce,
i n. naip nf silvpr nankin rines: the Frpnnh
Ambassador and Mme. Jusserand, silver
sugir basin; .miss r,uiei rxooseveit, a
gold belt buckle. Senator Du Pont, fan
ct antinue design with, pear! sticks: Mr.
unci Mrs. Perr Belmont, large white
GMrkh feather fan with amber sticks;
Mf William V Draper, large silver
Irving rup. Mr and Mrs George How
ard, exquisite Dutch silver bonbon dish:
Mrs. Slater, an antique French enamel
case with four tiny perfume bottles;
Miss G wynnc, a lovely enamel frame;
r c)ock; Mr ,,, M Prcon Glbs-on
Mr and Mrs Ed.on tsraaiey. goia tr.av
sllvcr toilet set. Mrs. Mcrrltt. tra cling
case of violet leather, fitted In gold and
ivory. Mrs Hoyt. silver paper knife;
the Secretary of the Navy and Mra.
Meyer, silver vegetable dish; Mr. A
Horstmann, of the German Embassy, a
Mf mm TtHth mnTineram flnrt pnmnr!
, n1H ' ,, o1d ricarette lighter: the
counselor of the embassy, an old Knglisn
potato ring for flower;. I,ord Eustac
Percy, of the British Embassv, valuable
and rare old print. Mr. and Mrs. James
Presidrnt and Mrs Taft occupied a
box at the Columbia Theater last night.
Thev were accompanied by their house
guest, Mrs HulIiMcr, of Cincinnati, .ind
MaJ Archibald Butt The Austrian Am
liossador and Rironcs-. Ilengclmullrr oc
cupied a box at the same performance,
acromrnnied bv Mr and Mrs. Perry Bel
mont Mr D.inlel Krohman and Judge
Advocate General and Mrs George M
Dunn, with Dr and Mrs John C. Simp
son, were in the other boxes.
Mrs Tift sp'nt esterdav morning
hopping in the uptown rtores. ac-
rompinird b- her son Charlrv Thev
walked bri.klv from shop to rhop and
enjoved the neither ani the sights like
fcood chums Mrs Taft wore a short.
p'ain walking suit of wisLirta cloth, with
faint tripes, a medium-sized, most be
coming hat of the same Fhadc, with
shaded plume- of wistaria, and carried
a muff of Persian lamb
The Swisr Minister and Mme. Rltter en
tertained at dinner last night and had
ar their guests Mls Heln Taft, Senator
Du Pont Senator and Mrs. Guggen
heim the Spanish Minister and Mme.
R ano the tnllltarv attache of the Rus
sian kmhasTv nd his riMcr, Baroness
Kli7abrth de Bode. Dr and Mrs. Cha
t.ird Mr and Mrs K ! Stclili. of Now
.ork. house guests at the legation. Miss
Marv Southerland. and Mr. Henri Mar
tin, of the legation staff
The Assistant Secretarv of the Navy
and Mrs Beckman Winthrop, who have
b en visiting the former s brother. Rob
have returned to Washington
The Monday Morning Music Club gave
a beautiful entertainment of musical tab
leaux at tho PIa house last evening,
under the direction of their conductor,
Mrs A I. Blair, before an audience of
distinguished residents of Washington.
The tableaux were accompanied by
choruses and solos appropriate to the
subje-t, sometimes fcung behind the
scenes, sometimes before, but all very
beautiful, and very effective. A handsome
sum was realized for charity.
Mrs. John Upshur Moorhead and her
sister. Miss Chew, will go to Atlantic
City on Friday, the former spending only
a fortnight. At tho end of that time
Miss Chew will Join Mrs Barbour and
Miss Barbour and remain several weeks
Miss Doris Haywod returned to Wash
ington yesterday from Annapolis, Md ,
where hc went to spend tho week-end
with friends
Mrs. Frederick Wesson and her son-in-law
and daughter. Paymaster and Mrs.
Stewart E. Barber. U. S. N., have taken
the house of Lieut. Commander and Mrs.
W R. Ghcrardi, Bradley lane. Chevy
Chase, for the summer, and will give up
their apartments In tho Highlands to
take possession May 1.
1-idy Grey and Iady Evelyn Grey, wife
and daughter of the governor general of
Canada, arrived in Washington yester
day afternoon to be the guests of the
British Ambassador and Mrs. Bryce at
the embassy for several weeks.
Countess de Bulsseret, wife of the
Belgian Minister, will leave for New York
to-day to spend several days.
The Charge d'Affalres of Argentina and
Mme Villegas and their family will leave
to-morrow for New Tork, and will sail
thence on April 1 for London, the
former's new post of duty.
Baron Preuschen. the naval attache of
the Austro-Hungarian Embassy, and
Baroness Preuschen, who spent several
cays in BalUmore, have returned to
Mr. and Mrs. Truman H- Newberry,
with Miss Newberry, will close thelr
residence. In Sixteenth street, early In
April and bo to Atlantic City about
April 10 for a fortnight's stay. They
will be Joined there by their two sons.
Barones and Phelps Newberry. for their
Easter holidays. Liter they will go to
their home in Detroit for the spring
Why experiment trying to drive the
dandruff germ from underneath the skin
with greasy lotions or fancy hair dress
ing when O'Donnell's drug stores will
guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP to
entirely rid. the scalp of the germ life
that causes the trouble?
ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be ob
tained in any city or town In America,
and are recognized the best and most
economical treatment for all affections
of the skin or scalp, whether on Infant
Or grow ii person. One shampoo with
ZEMO SOAP and. application of ZEMO
will stop itching and cleanse the scalp of
dandruff and scarf.
or Invito m In rsr 7.Klln mn4 7WVO
Anbury Park
Atlantic City
Eatab. 1SS6
0. Palais RitiI
Are Valuable to You.
It Kill anrprue and ddijht jx to a
Patented Stemless Switch
Or the Ae-rr Turban Puffs
Made from jonr OWN n.WR. All conb
trip are ricamed and renorated. bring-in;:
bs'-k th- natural s!r and luster, and then
"rooted ' larpiCK the hair from crrtpins
and mattlcs. An ataolntdr ALL-HAIR
To brxrcM tanrird. matted, or cinoacd.
Work rmnntvd fire yrara.
With the Bnrdm ratit a 40-hx nlai or
tartan twist can be made from a 3J-inch
Kritrti. mafans the pnee within reach of all.
Talented Upright Shampooing, 50c
Expert Manlenrlnic. 35e,
Children's Ilnlrcuttlng, 35c.
Specialist of the Hair ind Scalp.
Wadsworth. large -lvcr tray: Col. and
Mrs Charles I. McCavvley, a large old
English Chippendale tray
Count Pourtalcs and his brido made a
wedding gift to the church in which they
were married of a beautiful altar cross.
It -was used for the first time at the
wedding fccrvice.
wason. and in June win go to their
summer home, at Watch Hill. R. I.
Mrs Ordwav and Miss Padclford, who
n ive been spending s-evcril weeks at the
Hotel Chambcrlln. Old I'oint Comfort,
will return to Washington to-day.
Miss Carolvn Murray, oaughter of MaJ.
Arthur Murray. V S . and Mrs Mur
ra, returned to Washington yestrrday
from Old Point Comfort, where sho was
visiting friends for f.everai days.
An informal hop will be given at the
Washington Barracks Saturdty evening
bv the bachelors at the post. Mrs.
lnggs and Mrs Brookes will chaperon
the partj
Mls Rea Thompson, of Annapolis, Is
fpendlng some time In Washlrfgton visit
ing her grandmother. Mrs. John Moore,
of Sixteenth street
Mrs. Barbour and Miss Marguerite Bar
bour will leave Washington to-morrow
for Atlantic Citv. where they will be
gucsu at the Hotel Brighton for an In
definite sta.
Mrs. t He Witt Til mage and Miss
Rebecca Collier have gone to New York
to spend a fortnight
Mrs Charles C Stokes, of Richmond,
is the guest of her sister. Mrs. F. L.
Marshall, of 203 P street.
The marriage is announced of Miss
T.oui"-o F Aldridge and Mr. Joseph S.
Lewis. The ceremony was performed
last Saturday evening at the parsonage
of the Calvary Baptist Church, the pas
tor. Rev Samuel H. Greene, officiating.
Only a few Intimate friends and tbo rela
tives were present. Mrs. Lewis is the
daughter of Mr. F. M. Aldridge, of
Fredericksburg, Va, but has mado her
home for a number of years with her
uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. c F. Mc-
Cauley, of Thirty-fourth street, George
town, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis will
reside at tho Wcstovcr apartments for
the present.
Representative and Mrs. Longworth
have returned to Washington from New
Misses Marie and Lucille Smith leave
tho 4th of April for Pittsburg to be
bridesmaids at the wedding of their
cousin. Miss Mcintosh
About fifty young women who became
members of tho Young Women's Chris
tian Association In February and March
were delightfully entertained at the
home of Mrs Truman Newberry on Fri
day evening. The following musical
program was arranged by Mrs John B.
Kendall. Whistling solos. Miss Kcam
ford; vocal solos, Mrs. Edwin H. Lawson;
piano solos. Mrs. J C. Legicr. and
violin selections. Miss Ruby Stanford.
Other Snbscrlptlons Follovr Generous
Offer of P. B. Chase.
Although the subscription books of the
executive committee of the committee of
100, which will start a campaign for
higher salaries for Federal employes lrt
a few das, have not been opened, 3.000
has already been pledged to carry on the
fight. This sum represents one-tenth of
the money which P. B. Chae, originator
of the plan, said would bo sufficient.
The money has been contributed by
Mr. Chase. Corby Brothers, and S. Kantx,
Sons & Co. Others who said they would
help the plan financially have not been
asked to obligate themselves, but it is
the opinion of members of the executive
committee that as soon as tho subscrip
tion books are opened tho necessary
amount will be speedily raised.
Rev. J. nennlng Kelraa to Decide on
San Antonio Coll.
Her. J. Hennlng Nelms, pastor of the
Church of tho Ascension, will decide
within two weeks whether he will accept
the call to St. Mark's Church. San An
tonio. Tex. Dr. Nelms said last night
that he was awaiting the return to this
city of Representative Sladen, of Texas,
who Is a vestryman of the church, in
order that he may get further informa
tion regarding conditions In that city.
Rev. Francis Dcsalles-Carroll. the as
sistant rector, has also received a call
from St. Peter's Episcopal Church at
Albany, N. Y., but It is thought he will
remain in Washington.
Physician Dies on Train.
Dr. Charles "W. Kcnnison, forty-four
years old. of Oak Hill. W. Va,, died on
a train of the Chesapeake and Ohio Hall
way between Alexandria and Washing
ton, yesterday morning from heart fail
ure. He was being taken to Johns Hop
kins University Hospital. In Baltimore,
by his wife, Mrs. Annie Kennlson. Coro
nor Nevrltt gave a. certificate of death
from natural causes and the body was
removed to the undertaking establish
ment of J. William Lee. Burial will bo
aate t th horn of th dactnstd phy-
704 Eleventh St.h'
On Ground Floor.
I' " I
.Reception and Entertain
ment at the Willard.
To crprchs their appreciation of hts
"rviccs as chairman of the Senate Dis
trict Committee, representatives of the
Polv technical Institution for the Blind
nd the National Training School for
Bns gave Senator Gallinger a reception
and entertainment last niht at the New
Willard Hotel.
Owing to unavoidable reasons, the band
of the training school was unable- to be
present, as was also the Fifteenth Cav
alry Band of Fort Mver. Brainard II.
Warner presided, and in a few words
thanked Senator Gallinger in behalf of
the organizations for nil services, not
only for them as chairman of the Senate
District Committee, but to the city as
well. Senator Cllinger replied, thanking
Mr. Warner for lil expressions of es
teem, and talked about certain District
bills for the passage of which he wa. in
a large wa responsible He also com
mended the Polytc hn-uxl Institution and
the training school.
A sho- musical programme was given
by the Polv technical Institution, and F.
1 FisMi.uk showed slices of Washing
ton publl places. Dr. Thomas, Calver
read an original poem in honor of Sena
tor Gallinger.
At the conclusion of the exercises Mr.
Warner presented Senator Gallinger with
a bouquet from the National Training
School for Bos and a platter from the
Armstrong Manual Training School.
The Gallinger birthday party, at the
New Willard to-night, i expected to
draw an attend ince of nearly V diners.
The guests will inclurti civic, commercial,
cml professional leaders of the District
ond the highest officials of the govern
ment. President Taft will be there. For
mer Speaker Cannon is expected, as well
as Spcaker-to-be Chamo Clark, whose
future attitude on District affairs is a
matter of no little surmise.
Many members of the District com
rrlttees of both houses will be in at
tendance, as well as a large number from
the New Hampshire Congressional dele
gation. Senator Gallmger's New Hampshire
friends have taken good c-rc to repudiate
In advance any such charge against
them. One of the largest contingents of
the attendance to-night will be from the
Granite State
Survivors of IS4II Plan Parade on
pril IO Srxi.
The Survivors' Association, made ar
rangements last night, at its meeting at
St Joseph's Hall, to observe the fiftieth
anniversary of the mustering In of the
men who enlisted in the District of Col
umbia militia. April 10. Ttft
A letter from President Taft was read
In which he stated he would receive the
veterans In the East Room of the 'White
House on April 10 at 2 30 o'clock Gen.
George H Harries has tendered the vet
erans, as an escort, a regiment of the
District militia, a battery of artillery,
and tho First Regiment Band.
The veterans will assemble at SL
Joseph's Hall at 1 o'clock. April 10,
march out Massachusetts avenue to K
street, thence to Eighteenth street, to
the White House They will then march
to the District Biulding where the Com
missioners will receive them, thence to
the City Hall, whero they will disband
In the evening a banquet will bo given.
The committee on arrangements is com
posed of C. W. King. Edward W. Wood-
Sanders Cf Stayman Co.,
1327 F Street.
Technola Player-Piano,
Sanders & Stayman Co.,
1327 F Street. 1
612 King Street Alexandria. V&. i
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C. G. SLOAN & CO., Inc.,
1407 G St., Washington, D. C.
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The Weinroth Sale.
A Valuable Collection of Mabogany Furniture, in the Beutifol Old Styles
Knclish and French Colored Prints. Plate. Fenders, Andirons. Can
delabra. Mirrors. Tapestries. Enjjllsh Cut Glain. Capo dl Monte, Dresden.
Iowestoft. and Chelsea China. Persian Rufrs, Dutch Marquette Furniture.
Chelsea China, Persian Rurs, Dutch Marquctrlo Furniture, Tea Trays.
Italian Carved Wood. All-Ellt Torchleros, &c. &c. formed durinjr tho past
decade by Mr. S. Weinroth. or 61S Pine St.. Philadelphia, Pa to be sold at
public auction within our rooms. 1407 G at. nw.,
Wednesday, Tkaraday, and Friday, March 39, 30, and SI, 1811,
At It A. M. aatt 3 P. M. Back Day.
On public view Monday and Tuesday. March 27 and SS. from S t
o'clock. Catalogues on application.
Dulin & Martin Co.
Dainty Lenten
Menus Can Be
Prepared with
TheXhafing Dish
A GOOD Chafing Dish is
indispensable at this
season. It will enable
ou to prepare, with very lit
tle trouble, the most appetiz
ing dishes.
Newest and most artistic
designs in Silver, Nickel,
Brass, and Copper Chafing
Nickel Chafing
Dishes $3.00 to $12.5l
Brass Chafing
Dishes $5.00-to $1L5D
Copper Chafing
Dishes $5.0(Ho$12D0
Silver-plated Chafing
Dishes . .$15.50 and $16.50
Chafing Dish Accessories
to correspond with various
styles of Dishes, Trays, Wind
Shields, Lamp Fillers, Borks,
Spoons, !kc
Dulin & Martin Co.
Pottery, Porcelain, China, Glasa,
Stiver, e.
1215 F St and 1214-18 G SL
A practical denioii
ttr&tion o tho mix
la jour own homo.
1313 F Street X. W.
Strictly Tailor -made.
Kit Gnanuteed.
Tho Na Boca tbres wira
rtxT is l eonet bootsx
whvdi iriU set tiXa a. po-rruix-nt
bexl it wxixt Una
or btak m corset .
It will bred in any reo
tU7a Xjci confmui witb cjiuj
momnent of t&6 bxxts azxl
7-t retain the etjla and
ahipe of tha cored aaa
srte that nnxt yrtOi
comfort ao orach iestreiL
Ho Bone Gorsat Parlours,
1102 Fourteenth St.
Thone Xorth 4S88.
ntff. L. B. SoJbold. Joseph T. Ford.
Tiieodorr Fri'-bus. Wtniam H. Hoover..
Capt J Tyler Powell. T Edward.
Clarke. W. H. Fastnangh. George W
Gladmon. and W. H. Cralff.
KnRinp Company for Brlarht wood.
BriKhtwood is to have a new engine
company, to be known as No. 5t The en-i
Bine house will bo erected In the vicinity
of Ttock Creek Church road and Georgian
avenue. Bids havo been received ond
as soon 03 an award Is made work will!
bo begun.
""IBOar. ana is ec entirety
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