THE WASHINGTON HEBALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1911.
Woodward & Lothrop
New York WASHINGTON Paris
Brilliant Cut Glass
For Wedding Gifts '
FIRST quality only the sort you would care to give. At the present
moderate prices of First Quality, Clear, Brilliant, Sparkling
Glassware, one cannot afford to consider inferior or imperfect
"seconds," at however low they may be offered. We are constantly add
ing new designs in cuttings and new shapes, to which your attention
and comparison with similar quality shown elsewhere is asked.
Handled Baskets $2.50 up
Berry Bowls $2.45 up
Spoon Trays $1.00 up
Sugar and Cream Sets $3.50 up
Flower Vases $1.95 up
Salad Dishes , . . . . $2.50 up
LD Colonial Patterns worthy a place in any service. Their
daintiness and exceptional durability have an especial charm
for the country home. Suggestions of our extensive showing
Berry Bowls loc up
Olive Dishes 12c up
Qil Cruets ' 15c up
Horse Radish Jars 35c up
Sugar Bowls 10c up
Punch Cups, dozen 75c up
Clear Colonial Ice Tea Turn-!
biers, of excellent lines and weight,
offered at the special price,
A Garment Protector
Wayne Cedared Paper Wardrobe.
THE Wayne Cedared Wardrobe is made of especially treated, last
ing paper. Tar, camphor, and other disagreeable odors are elim
inated for the fragrant, moth-defying scent of the woods. It is
impossible for any insect to penetrate its' practically airtight walls. Its
fastenings are simple and secure; its appearance very neat. Inside it is
provided with hooks, from which clothing hangers allow the garments
to hang naturally; thus your clothes are always shapely and instantly
available for use without pressing. They come in various sizes and will
hold any garment.
40c to 51.50 each.
Extra Five-ply, foot
Solid Cast Brass Nozzle, each 30c
"Lawn King," ball bearing, each, from 5.45
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I'm growing old. That fact forlorn brings to my eyes the
tears. The music of the dinner horn no longer charms my ears.
I'm summoned to the groaning board, and go with dragging feet,
and languidly I take my sword and carve the fragrant meat. I
nibble at the stately roast, I care not for the hash ; I am not hungry
for the toast, the eggs, cr succotash. And when I've eaten some
thing hot my stomach breaks its thills, and tics itself into a knot
and makes demand for pills. Ah, me ! Ah, you ! Ah, Richard Roe !
I full of yearning am for dear, dead days of long ago, when I
could eat a ham ! When I was young my appetite was equal to the
fray; I ate all day and dreamed all night of grub that got away.
And when I heard the brass horn's screams that called to meat and
pie, I vaulted over trees and streams, and fences eight feet high.
No longer comfort do I find in dinner trumpet's blare; nor do I
with contented mind discuss the bill of fare.
(Corericfct. 1911. by Gears Matthew Adams.) WALT MASON.
Leave, of absence fcr four months, with
permission to go beyond the sea, la
Granted Capt. RAYMOND W.
BRIGGS. Sixth Field Artillery, to take
effect on or about August 1. 1911.
Leave of absence for two months, with
permission to go beyond the sea, Is
granted Capt. GEORGE T. LANG
1IORNE. Eleventh Cavalry.
Leave of absence for three months, to
lane enect upon nis reuur rrom duty
at the army service schools. Kort
'in, Kans.. Is granted Capt.
O. MURPHY, Nineteenth
Capt. JOHN W. BARKER. Third In
fantry. Is relieved from duty at the
army signal school. Fort Leaven
Leave of absence for two months, to take
effect on or about June 1. 1911, is
granted Capt. ALEXANDER E.
Leave of absence for five days, to take
effect on or about May 27, 1911, is
granted First Lieut. DAWSON OLM
STEAD. Fifth Field Artillery.
I-oavo of absence for two months, to take
effect on or about Juno 1. 1911, is
granted Col. WILLIAM LASSITER.
Leave of absenco for fifteen days, to take
effect on or about Juno 15, 1911, Is
granted First Llout. SMITH A. HAR
RIS, Fourteenth Infantry, recruiting
First Lieut. MAXWELL MURRAY.
Coast Artillery Corps, ic relieved from
assignment to the Fifty-sixth Com
pany and attached to the Fifty-third
Leave of absence for fifteen days, to take
effect on or about June 6. 1911. is
granted Capt. WALTER B. ELLIOTT
Rear Admiral C. E. VREELAND, to
duty as aid for Inspections, Navy De
partment, Washington. D. C
Commander W. R. SHOEMAKER, to
duty as chief of staff. United States
Atlantic Fleet, on board Connecticut.
Lieut. Commander E. L. BENNETT de
tached duty as fleet engineer. United
States Atlantic Fleet; to home and
Lieut. Commander O. W. FOWLER de
tached duty as aid on staff, comman
der In chief. United States Atlantic
Fleet, and will continue other duties
Lieut. S. H. LAWTON, Jr.. detached duty
Colorado; to home and wait orders.
Lieut. E. J. KING, detached temporary
duty Bureau of Navigation, Navy De
partment Washington, D. C- to duty
. as aid of staff, commander In chief.
United States Atlantic Fleet.
I4eut.-W. 8. PYE, detached duty Minne
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Fern Dishes $3.95 up
Comports $1.65 up
Handled Olive Dishes ....$1.00 up
Footed Sherbet Bowls $3.95 up
Water Tumblers, doz $3.00 up
i Pepper Sauce Bottles
Comports 15c up
Cheese and Cracker Plates... $1 up
Cream Jugs 10c up
Sauce Dishes, dozen 65c up
Casters, dozen $1.25 up
Colonial Glass Water Pitchers,
in two-quart size ; clear crystal ; ex
cellent shape and weight. Special
and Garden Hose
sota; to duty as aid on staff, com
mander In chief. United States At
Lieut. W. B. WOODSON, detached, duty
as aid on staff, commander in chief
United States Atlantic Fleet; to home
and wait orders.
Lieut. L. C. FARI.BY. detached duty
Delaware; to duty connection navy
rifle team. Naval Academy, Annapolis,
Ensign J. S. HULINGS. detached duty
Princeton; to dutv Iris.
Midshipman G. A. TREVER, detached
duty Pennsylvania; to duty Princeton.
HAMAR GREENW000D WEDS.
Mararery Spencer Id Bride of Mem
ber of Purl lament.
London, May 23. Hamar Greenwood.
M. P., who was born in Whitby, was
married to Margery Spencer, an Egpy
woman, at St. Margaret's Church, West
The bridesmaids were Olive Spencer, a
sister of the bride, and Margery and
Gladys Greenwood, sisters of tho bride
groom. Sir Harry Verney was best man.
The bride wore a gown of white satin,
with a tunic of chiffon embroidered with
pearls. Her veil was of Sicilian laco and
she carried a bouquet of white roses and
Canadian maple leaves. There was a re
ception afterward at the White Hall
Among those who were present were
Premier Asqulth. Sir Wilfrid Laurler.
John Redmond, fthe Irish leader; John
Bums, Rodolphe Lemleux. Canadian
postmaster general, and Mrs. Lemleux,
Sir Frederick Borden. Canadian minister
of militia and defense, and Lady Borden,
&ir josepn ward, prime minister of New
Zealand, and Lady Ward. Sir Rufus
Isaacs, attorney general; Richard Mc-
Brlde. prime minister of British Colum
bia, and. Mrs. McBrlde. A detachment of
K'ng Edward's Horse Guards lined the
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
Tha Kind Ym Haft Always Bought
IN THE SOCIAL WORLD
MissTaft Will Eeceive Guests
at Garden Party.
AMBASSADOR AT BALTIMORE
Count von Bernstorff Mnkea Crulne
on German Cruiser Bremen Mr.
and Mra. William Randolph Hearst
Entertain at Their Ticw York
Home Miss Bayard to Wed.
Mrs. Taft Is making rapid progress
toward recovery, and while she is not yet
thinking of going out, she moves about
the second floor of the historic mansion,
and is enjoying the quiet and the beauty
of tho spring season in her picturesque
surroundings. She will not. of courso. be
able to be downstairs at the fourth of
her garden parties, which will take place
on Friday afternoon of this week. Miss
Tat't will receive the guests in her moth
Tho German Ambassador, Count von
Brrnstorff, is in Baltimore.- where he
went on the German cruiser Bremen,
which ho boarded at Hampton Roads on
Monday night. Capt. Goette. of the Bre
men, spent a few days In Washington
last week, and was entertained at the
embassy. The Ambassador made the
trip from Hampton Reads to Baltimore,
up tho Chesapeake Bay on the cruiser,
whose arrival in Baltimore this morning
will be thhe occasion for much entertain
ing among the Germans of tlint city. Re
ceptions and at least one smoker will be
held for the otllcers and crew of the ves
sel during their stay there, which will
bo several days. They have arranged to
attend services at Zlon Church next Sun
day. and the Gcrmanla Club will give i
smoker oif Saturday evening for the of
ficers of the Bremen. The Chemnitz,
another German cruiser, stilled for Balti
more May 11 and will Join the Bremen
thcro and exchange crews with her.
Mr. and Mrs. William Randolph Hearst
entertained at dinner last evening
their homo, 137 Riverside Drlvo, Now
York, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John
Hays Hammond. The other guests wero
Mr. Hearst's mother. Mrs. I'hoebo A.
Hearst: Gov. and Mrs. Eugene N. Foss.
Gen. Nelson Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Nixon, Mr. and Mrs. Guy II. Barhain, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Reick. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward II. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Stanwood
S. Menken. Mr. Arthur Brisbane, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Untermyer, Mr. and JD-s.
Clarence J. Shcarn. Miss Ethel Whit
more, and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lawrence.
Mrs. Russell Harrison has as her
guest for a few days Mrs. I. M. Orr. of
Omaha. Miss Alice Lewis, of White
Sulphur Springs. Va.. will arrive this
morning to bo the guest of ln-r cousin.
Miss Marthona Harrison, for a time.
Miss Lewis is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thornton Lewis, the latter for
merly Miss Harrison, niece of the late
ex-President Benjamin Harrison.
Mrs. James A. Bayard announces the
engagement of her daughter, Anne Fran
ces Bayard, to Norman Underwood, of
Mrs. Mary C. Heid announces the en
gagement of her daughter Marie Helen
Juenemann, to Frederick Archibald Meat
yard, of Syracuse. N. Y. Their marriage
will take place In June. Mr. Meatyard
was best man at the wedding of Mr.
Frederick C. Knip and Miss Anna Dle
terick on April 'A.
The marriage of Miss Marie Grace
Thyson. a twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hermanus Thyson to Mr. Dallas Ora
Southworth. son of the late Henry
York Southworth, took place last oven
ing In the home of the bride's par
ents. 1336 Columbia Road. Tho ceremony
was performed at 7.30 o'clock by Rev.
Joseph Magee. pastor of the Shrine of the
Sacred Heart, in the presence of the
members of the families only. This was
followed by a reception from S to 10
o'clock. The bride was attended by her
twin si.ster, Mrs. Harrison, wife of Lieut.
William Sloan Harrison, a bride of little
more than a year ago; as matron of
honor, and the best man was Mr. Paulus
Thyson. brother of the bride, who acted
as best man.
The house was artistically decorated
with palms, ferns, smilax and spring
blossoms. In tho drawing-room, where
tlw improvised altar was erected, a color
scheme of white and green was observed,
white roses and white sweet peas mingling
with the greens. Tho white satin prle
deux was festooned with delicate vines
and blossoms, and a small orchestra
played throughout tho ceremony and re
ception, as well as the wedding music
Tho dining-room had decorations of pink
and green, with pink sweet peas predom
inating. The bridal gown was of soft
white satin veiled with crystal embroid
ered tulle, mndo with a long train and a
decolletto bodice which was trimmed with
old family lace, which adorned tho wed
ding gown of tho bride's mother and her
The day being the anniversary of the
bride's parents' wedding, the mother of
tno bride took a special interest In the
lace. The veil of tulle was held with
orange blossoms, and the bridal bouquet
wus u snower or untie roses and lilies
of the valley. The only ornament worn
wns a necklace of pearls given by the
bridegroom. Tho matron of honor wore
a gown of pink satin veiled with white
marquisette and trimmed with cluny lace.
Slie carried La France roses. Tho brido's
mother, who. with the bride's father, was
receiving congratulations on the fortieth
nnniversary of their marriage, wore a
charming gown of black lace over black
satin, with diamonds. Her only unmar
ried daughter. Miss Thyson, wore soft
whlto satin with a tunic of white lace,
and Mrs. Hermanus G. Thyson. Jr., of
Richmond, wore white satin veiled with
After the reception and supper the
bride and bridegroom left for their wed
ding trip to New York and Atlantic
City. They will spend some time at the
country place of a relative at St. James,
Long Island. They will return here
about the mtddlo of June and make a
visit before taking up their residence in
Cleveland. The bride wore for her
going away gown Bark blue cloth, with
a small hat of dark blue. The bride, has
been extensively entertained during the
past weok, Mra. Worthington Smith giv
ing a luncheon for hor In Baltimoro at
tho" Hotel Stafford- last week; Miss Viola
Latham giving cno here for her last Sat
urday, ana Mrs'. Andrew Calllher giving
ona on Monday In her honor. Mr. and
Mrs. Thyson entertained tho bridal party
and the family party at dlnner-on Sun
day. She comes of one of the most
prominent and distinguished of the old
Maryland families, her paternal grand
father having been the late ?aulus Thy
son, of Maryland and this, city; her ma
ternal great-grandfather being Thomas
Cromwell, of Baltimore, and her mater
nal grandfather being the lato Thomas
White, of Baltimore. She Is a pupil of
the Sacred Heart Academy, of this city,
and one of the most popular young girls
of the resident set. Her father, ia n. re
tired business man of Washington, and
wic several sisters ana brothers have all
taken prominent parts In society and
The bride's twin sister win spend the
greater part of the. summer 'here- and
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F Street, Corner Thirteenth.
Furs Stored and Insured, Remodeled and Repaired.
MORE important than any underwear sale we have ever held
is this May Sale that we are now conducting.
The goods offered are not samples or odd lots, but
goods that were made especially to our order, out of the best ma
terials, trimmings, &c. We secured considerable price concession
by having them made when our manufacturers were not busy.
We invite you to visit this sale, as it will redound in consid
erable saving to you. We mention here only a few of the different
A lot of Crepo and Nainsook Night
gowns, made emplro style, low neck,
short sieves, trimmed In gf rtC
laco and embroidery. Jk I wS
VALUE UP TO $3.00 fPJ
A lot of Gowns, Drawers, Corset
trimmed in lace and em- M Mr
broidery. VALUE UP Jsl.AfJ
A lot of Nightgowns, mado of nain
sook and cross-bar, trimmed fF
In lace and embroidery, wf
VALUE UP TO $1.G0
then return to Knnsas City wbero Lieut.
Harrison is stationed. The bridegroom.
Mr. Southworth, is a member of one of
the well-known families in Cleveland.
He is a nephew of Mr. Wlllinm P. South
worth, of Cleveland. His brother, Mr.
DeWltt Southworth. of South Bend. Ind..
iinl his sister. Miss Eldora Southworth.
of Cleveland, were here for the wedding.
Former Representative and Mrs. Edwin
Denby. who weio married in Detroit the
middle of March, arc now In Florence
Italy, vlMtlng an aunt of the former,
Mrs. Edwin Denby, in her villa there.
Mr. and Mrs. Denby have made plans
to return homo, but when they do. some
time next winter or autumn, they will
be at home at 733 Jefferson avenue, De
troit. Mr. Denby was one of the most
I opular bachelors of tl.e official set In
Washington for some years.
Mrs. John W. Garrett, nee Warder, of
this city, wife of the former first secre
tary of the United States Embassy at
Rome, sailed for home last Saturday,
horn Bremen, where she has been for
some time, since Mr. Garrett came over
to assume the duties of his new post as
Minister to Venezuela. Mrs. Uarrctt will
visit T. Harrison Garrett, at Evergreen,
MtL, and her mother In this city, before
joining Mr. Garrett at Caracas.
An .engagement of much interest re
ontly announced in Cincinnati was that
of Miss Ethel Anderson, daughter of Dr.
Joseph Anderson, of Clninnati, to Dr.
William Thatcher, of Baltimore. The
Anderson family spent many years in
Washington, and are Well known here,
going from here to their charming coun
try place in Ohio only a few years ago.
Miss Anderson is a cou&In of Mr. Larz
Anderson, of this city.
The Congressional Club have cards out
for Friday, May ;;, for a muslcale. at
4 o'clock, with Mrs. Lenore Sherwood J
le. the- suest of honor and artist of
the afternoon, followed by tea at 5 o'clock
ut the clubhouse, 1432 K street.
The programme of the Rubinstein Club
concert at the New Willard to-night, for
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contains some Interesting solos, and the
ensemble work of the club has been well
planned to show the voices of the club
members to tl.e best advantage. The
programme Is as follows:
Barcarolle (requested). (Offenbach),
"Ashes of Roses" (II. Woodman), "But
terllles (Mildenberg). Rubinstein Club;
soprano solo, selected; "Pong of the
Birds," A. Rubinstein. Rubinstein Club;
"Till Death (Mascheronl), "Tho Pretty
Creature (H. Lane-Wilson), "Nora" (Plg
gott), "Love's Dream" (requested) (A.
Czibulka), Rubinstein Club; contralto
solo, "Hosanna" (by special request)
(Jules Grainier), "In May" (Horatio Par
ker), "Day Is at Last Departing"
(Joachim Raff). Rubinstein Club; so
prano solos, "Vous dansez Marquise (Le
maire). "Le Coeur de ma 5le" (Dal
crozc),, "Air des Bijoux." from "Faust"
(Gounod),, "Wine, Women, and Song,"
waltz (Strauss), Rubinstein Club.
Prosldent Taft, Mrs. Julian Jnmes.
Mrs. Duncan Phillips, and Mrs. Fred
erick B. McGuire are among the box-
holders for the concert. A distin
guished list of patronesses of the af
fair has been obtained, and It promises
to bo one of the most successful func
tions of the week.
Col. and Mrs. Gerrard will have quite
a house party at Fort Myer until after
tho wedding of their daughter. Miss
Lucy Gerrard and Lieut. Victor S. Fos
ter, U. S. A., on Wednesday, May 31.
Their invited guests, who are due to
arrive to-day, are Miss Eleanor Grant,
of Cincinnati: Miss Lcnnor Booth, or
Kentucky, and Miss Mary White and
Miss Laura Whlto. of Barnesvllle, Md.
They arc all to be among tho bride's
attendants at the wedding.
There will bo a continuous round of
entertainments from now until tho
wedding next Wodnesday. The house
party will begin with a band concert at
the colonel's house this evening, which
will be followed by an Informal recep
tion. To-morrow evening Capt. War
ren Dean. U. S. A., will give a kitchen
shower and lawn party at his quarters
for tho bride-to-be. Friday afternoon
Miss Claire Swift, daughter of Col.
Eben Swift, U. S. A., will give a tea
for the bridal party, and Friday even
ing Capt. Bally, U. S. A., who will bo
best man at tho wedding, will give a
theater party. Saturday afternoon Mrs.
Herbert Carter, of Green Spring Valley,
Va., will give a large luncheon for tho
bride and her attendants, and that
evening tho entlro bridal party will go
to the last of this season's hops in the
administration building at Fort Myer.
Diplomatic and official society will be
cut in forco to see the baseball gamo
Friday between the teams from the Uni
versity of Kelo, Japan, and Georgetown
University on Georgetown Field. The
Japanese Ambassador. Baron Uchlda.
has Invited the Presldont, who, with
members of the cabinet, will attend, and
It Is expected a distinguished company
Vvlll be present.
Miss Ruth Parker, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Myron M. Parker, returned to
Washington last evening from Provi
dence, R. I., where she was. the guest of-
Miss Primrose Colt.
Mrs. Schroeder and the Misses Schroed-
er, wlfo and daughters of Rear Admiral
Schroeder, U. S. N., have gone to New
port for the rest of the summer. They
spent several weeks In Washington after
weir return from aoroaa, wart iney
A lot of Corset Covers and Draw
ers, mado of nnlnsook. trim- A F
med .In lace and embroidery, u.r
VALUE. Zc "KV.
A lot of Nainsook Chemises, trim
med In lace and beading, run
with ribbon. Reduced from
A lor of Domestic and French Un
derwear. Gowns, Drawers. Corset
Covers, Combinations and Chemises,
slightly soiled, at greatly reduced
At lot of Lace and Em
broidery trimmed Petti
coats. VALUE, $i.;o. , . . .
spent last winter, whllo the Admiral was
on sea duty.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Downing will give
a dinner dance at the Chevy Chase Club
next Saturday evening In honor of Miss
Jessie Krogstad and Mr. William Arthur
Burton, whose marriage is one of the
events of next month.
Mrs. William Beiden Noble and her
daughter, Mrs. Sherman Miles, will
leave Washington Saturday for Atlantic
City for a stay of several weeks.
Mrs. Robert Hinckley and Miss Gladys
Hinckley will spend part of the summer
In Europe. They will sail from New
York June 9, and return to this coun
try the latter part of August and go to
Bar Harbor for the remainder of the
Col. and Mrs. John R. Williams and
Miss Dorothy Williams have closed their
Washington residence and gone to Forest
Glen, Md., for the early summer.
The delegates to the fur seal confer
ence In Washington will be entertained
at luncheon to-day by the Secretary of
State. Philander C. Knox.
Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans, U. S.
N., retired, and Mrs. Evans will go to
Newport this week to visit their daughter-in-law.
Mrs. Frank Taylor Evans.
TWr Minister from Switzerland and
Mme. Rltter and their- children will sail
to-morrow for Switzerland to spend the
summer. The Minister will Join them
abroad the latter part of July.
Miss Frances Sullivan, who was the
house guest of Mrs: Knox, wife of the
Secretary of State. Is now visiting Miss
Marguerite Barbour, daughter of Mrs.
James F. Barbour. Miss Sullivan will
KO to "The Woods," Radnor, Pa., where
she will join her parents at their sum
Mrs. Alfred W. BJornstad will leave
Fort Leavenworth. Kans.. shortly and
come to Washington to join her husband.
I u,ut- Ljornstad. who
is now stationed
Mrs. Arthur S. Cowan and her small
son, James Houston, havo gone to Fort
Ethan Allen, Vt., to spend the summer
with her brother, Lieut. Houston.
Gon. and Mrs. John W. Foster are at
Lake Mohonk, where the Peace Con
fercne Is In progress. Mr. and Mrs.
Lansing will remain at the Foster home
here until next month.
The engagement is announced of Miss
Annie Bruce Carr, daughter of the late
Gov. Ellas Carr, of North Carolina, and
Mr. Douglas Bovard Stcrrett, of this
city. The wedding will take place In
Washington early In June.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harvoy and their
son William, of Baltimoro, were here
for the week-end guests of their rela
tive, Mr. Wilton Harvey, In Langdon
Heights. They made the trip by auto
mobile. Miss Ethel Norrls has gone to West
Point, N. Y., where she is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Glassford.
Mrs. Murray,- wife of MaJ. Gen. Ar
thur Murray, U. S. A., Is entertaining
Miss Fnnnie Hoyle, of Fort Rllcy, Kans.
After a stay here of a couple of weeks,
Miss Hoyle will go to New York to visit
her father's brother, and then to West
Point to visit her sister, Mrs. Herr, wife
of Lieut. John IC Herr.
Miss Porter, daughter Col. Porter, U. S.
M. C, has been on a visit to Annapolis,
whero she was the guest of Mrs. Porter,
wife of Commodore Theodoric Porter.
Mrs. Donald Pettit Morrison, wife of
Ensign Morrison, U. S. N., who Is now
at Annapolis visiting her father and
mother. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Morri
son, will on the completion of her visit
there come to Washington to bo tho guest
of Mrs. Morrison, mother of Ensign
Morrison, and In July will Join her hus
band at Provlncetown, Mass.
Mrs. Thomas Knox, of Fort Monroe, Is
here, the guest of Capt. and Mrs. George
Miss Jeaq 'Wilson, who has been con
fined to the houso for seven or eight
weeks on account of an accident, has re
covered sufficiently to be able to appear
to-night on the programme to be given
for the benefit of tho "Homeless Waifs"
of tho Florence Crlttenton Home, at the
Chevy Chase Seminary. Others who will
appear aro Miss Hood, soprano; Mr. Jo
seph Mathicu, tenor; Miss Goff, contralto,
and the Marino Band.
Miss Edith Grade, who was appointed
maid of honor to the sponsor In chief
at the national reunion o the Confed
erate Veterans, to represent the. District
of Columbia, 'returned to Washington
yesterday. While In Little Rock, Miss
Gracic was lavishly entertained, and at
the grand parade was given tho post of
honor In tho first car that of the spon-sor-In-chlef.
On her return Journey Miss
Grade was also entertained, at Memphis,
Tenn., and stopped at Portsmouth, Va.,
where -she was the guest of honor of
Miss Margaret Dongan. Miss Grade cut
short her Western trip that she might
take tho part of the herolno In a three
net drama to bo. given at the Cairo on
Monday evening;' May. 29, for the benefit
of the aged clergy. ,
IN GOLF TOURNEY
Closed Handicap Matches at
Tho closed handicap golf tournament
oi tne ejnevy Chase Club will begin this
afternoon at 2 o'clock with thirty-two
or the best players in the city as con
testants. Qualifying scores have been
coming In since April 21. the best thirty
two of which are to qualify for match
Tho winner of tho tourney will receive
a nandsome trophy known as the Presi
dent's Cup, given by Gist Blair, president
of tho Chevy Chase Club. A suitable
prize for the runner-up will be awarded
ay tne ciuo.
To-day. Thursday, and Friday the sec
ond and third rounds or hnmUmn mnfoh
Play, eighteen holes and In will h ninvd
wiiuc wie semi-nnais ana finals handicap
match play, at eighteen holes n.-in im
piayeei on Saturday.
Among the many prominent local
golfers who will take part in tfie tournev
are Nicholas Longworth, who will play
A. S. Worthington: Morven Thomnson.
secretary of the Middle Atlantic Golf
Association, who is to play with Alex
ander Brltton. and Wolcott Tuckerman
and Allan Lard, both of whom are rated
as the best among local talent.
George Sargent, professional at the
club, said last night that an unusually
large amount of Interest has been taken
In the tournament, and from present in
dications the largest crowd of the season
will be on hand.
Many scores have been turned In since
April 21, and the following thirty-two
players, with their handicap, will play
J. W. Childress vs. R. Kauffmann.
C. L. Marlatt vs. G. W. Denfeld.
J. Paul vs. J. U. Clapp.
R. Stead vs. G. L. Bayard.
M. Thompson vs. Alexander Brltton.
F. B. Poo vs. R. Lewis.
F. H. Gillett vs. F. F. Fletcher.
O. P. Jackson vs. F. Newbold.
C. P. Van Wyck vs. A. Lard.
W. Tuckerman vs. J. H. de Sibour.
H. W. Scoville vs. D. S. Barry.
E. M. Talcott vs. S. Daizell.
Victor Kauffmann vs. E. H. Loftus.
J. II. Gore vs. J. M. Sterrett.
J. D. Cassclls vs. G. G. Perkins.
A. S. Worthington vs. N. Longworth.
ODD AUCTION SALE
FOR THE TREASURY
Articles Sent by Consuls Un
der the Hammer.
Estates of United States citizens who
have died abroad and without friends
were yesterday sold at auction by C. G.
Sloan & Co. for the Treasury Department.
It was necessary to pass a special act in
Congress before the sale could be held.
The estates sold covered a wide range.
one estate consisting of a 2-cent Spanish
coin and a bone collar button.
Ever since 1S0O the articles have been
accumulating, being sent from the vari
ous United States consuls in foreign
countries. There was a crowd of more
than 2CO persons at the sale, including
fashionably dressed women. Men, It is
said, bought practically all of the goods.
The record price for the day was $07,
and included a set of diamond earrings.
which sold for JS7. A number of bidders
expressed wonder at the variety of arti
cles sold, some of which told the histories
of the deceased American citizens. One
estate consisted of a rifle, which showed
signs of use and about Z(fi cartridges of
Watches, from diamond-studded time
pieces to the old-fashioned watch with
an iron case, were numbered among the
collection, as well as coins and paper
money of every nation from India to the
Confederate States of America. While
the bidding was lively. Mammon scored
a decided victory o-er the books that
contained the words of God to His peo
ple. A Bible sold for 25 cents, but gold
dollars brought $3 each.
CAN0ISTS TO GIVE SHOW.
Some Xevr Kcntnreii Will Be Intro
duced Xext Week.
The Washington Canoe Club's annual
minstrel show will be given at Chase's
Theater next Monday and Tuesday
nights. The committee In charge of the
production promises some distinctly new
features. All of the old favorites will ap
pear In the leading roles of end men,
interlocutor, and soloists, and the chorus
will be larger than ever.
The club has given special caro this
spring to the musical features of the
show. Rehearsals have been held under
competent directors for several month's.
The costuming and scenery will be en
tirely new and one or two surprises are
In store for those yho arc not "on the
In every respect the show will be of
the real old-fashioned black-faced vari
ety which has won fame for the Caooc
Club boys during tho past five years.
Felix Mahoney, whose Impersonation of
Col. Roosevelt In the African Jungle
scene In tho club's last production, maio
such a hit; T. Brook Amos and "Cap"
Morsell are somo of the old favorites
who will perform as "Mr. Bones" and
"Mr. Tambo." Odell Whipple, president
of the club, has general charge of tho
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CLOSING EXERCISES HELD.
Itev. Dr. Hoivdeii Frettents Dlplomus
to Gnnston Hull Graduate..
nv rr FVpdprlrk B. Howden. rector
of St. John's Episcopal Church. George
town, yesterday morning presented di
plomas to graduates of Gunston Hall, at
the closing exercises or tne scnooi year.
Aftpr dlDlomas had been presented to
Miss Elizabeth Crenshaw. Miss Esther
Footo. Miss Sally Nelson, Miss tnzaueth
Randolph, Miss Regina Steckley. Miss
Virginia Millan. and Miss Edwinetta
Schroeder, a buffet luncheon was served.
Rev. Dr. Howden delivered the address.
Will ExclinnRe Pulpit.
Rev. John Wesley Hill, D. D.. pastor
of tho Metropolitan Methodist Temple, of
Xew York, will -occupy the pulpit of AH
Souls Church, Fourteenth and L streets.
Sunday morning. On this occasion Dr.
Hill and Dr. Pierce are exchanging pul
pits, upon the Invitation of the former.
"While In New York. Dr. Ulysses G. B.
Pierce, the minister of AH Souls Church,
will preach In the Metropolitan Tcmplo
nnd also In the Calvary Methodist
Churcli. Dr. John Wesley Hill Is one of
the foremost representatives of Meth
odism, and Is sure of a large hearing on
Sunday. Tho service la at 11 o'clock aad
the public Is cordially Invited.
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Orders for Desserts.
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