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1 THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY,, 20. 1912.,
Woodward & Lothrop
l New York-WASHINGTON Paris.
Our Thirty-second AnniversarrSale
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES INEVERY DEPARTMENT.
Following are a few of ,
the most prominent ones:
Anniversary Special in
Women's arid Misses'
"U'e havehad a prominent manufacturer make us
especially for thla week's selling a lot of Women's and
Misses' One-piece Silk Dresses that embody every de
sirable style feature of the season. The value pre
sented Is most unusual.
Foulards In black, navy and brown, Messallne In
brown and white navy and white, black and white
stripes and dots, Messallne Hairline Stripes In various
combinations. Messallne stripe with deep border e-fr
feet, also plain colors. A variety of styles Sailor
collar effects, lace collars, some with the modish Ions
revers. lace trimmed, many with pipings of contrast
ing shade, short and three-quarter sleeves, sizes 1&
to 4:. The skirts are In various tunic and slash effects,
as well as the simple but elegant straight lines.
Special price, $10.75 each.
Regularly $16.75 to $25.00.
Third floor G st.
Anniversary Specials in
Seasonable Dress Fabrics.
$1.00 All-silk Marquisette,
An AUfSilk Marquisette, fur
ther beautified b a satin stripe
in the weave, which makes it a
fabric of unusual richness for
evening gowns and separate
waists. Displajed in graj, cadet
blue, delft blue, lavender, cerise,
reseda, and old rose.
An extensile assortment of this
handsome Imported suiting In the
serviceable shades of gray, myrtle,
navy blue, and black. A special
purchase for this sale enables us to
offer them at a greatly lessened
25c Mercerized Cotton Pongee,
Secured from one of the leading
American manufacturers at a price
concession. An excellent wearing
fabric, highly mercerized, and especially-
favored for women's suits,
dresses and skirts, as "well air for
children's garments A large as
sortment of colorings, including
light blue, pink, delft blue, linen
shades, red, tans browns, green,
black. nav, and others.
Second floor O st
Anniversary Specials in
Women's New Neckwear.
Women's Dainty Imitation Irish
Chemisettes and Yokes so deserved
ly popular and desirable for wear
with the one-piece gown
50c each. Regularly 75c
Women's Embroidered Linen Col
lars, of especially good quality and
neat designs Sizes i: to 16
15o each. Regularly 25c.
Main floor1 G st.
Uoe Fnlkerson, ns Toastmaster,
Keeps Things Slovlnc Fast.
Washington Branch, No. 15. United
National Association of Post-offlce
Clerks, held Its annual banquet last
night, with an attendance of more than
200. at the Hotel Continental. Selections
were given bj the City Post-offlce
Orchestra, songs by Charles V. Mcintosh.
Instrumental duet by Messrs. Furber-
shaw and Lowd, and selections by the
George L. Talt, president of the asso
ciation, made the address of welcome
and introduced the toastmaster, Hoe
Fulkerson. who made a short address on
"The relation of post-office and business
world" before handing his usual line of
hot ones to the speakers on the pro
gramme. Among the speakers were Charles P.
Granfield, First Assistant Postmaster
General, Norman Allan Merrltt, postmas
ter 'Theodore L Weed. Chief of Postal
Savings System. John G. Koons, Chief of
Division or salaries ana Allowances;
Louis J. Robinson, acting assistant post
master. "William H. Haycock, superinten
dent of city delivery, and Henry U John
ion, superintendent of Money Order Di
vision The committee having the affair In
charge was composed of F R. Roberts,
chairman, G ! Brooks. D H. Brown,
J William Murphy. P. E. Steuart, C B.
Matthews, E. E. Church, Frank Byrara,
J H. Simmon. R. Byron Bond, "William
Warren, William T. Sherwood, and M. W.
Officers of the association are George
U Tait, president; Charles McCaffry,
vice president; T. L.Vessey. secretary;
Daniel I Morgan, treasurer; "William M.
Wagner, financial secretary; Edward "W.
Turner, chairman membership commit
tee, and James Gray, chairman finance
"MONEY SYSTEM FALSE."
"William F. Doll Gives Address on
Solution of Trust.
William Frederick DolL president of the
American Monetary Association, spoke
at the College of Political Science, George
Washington University, last night on
the subject at "Honest money, a solu
tion of the, trust, and the world peace
Mr Doll explained the relation of ,eur-
rency to the governments of the world,
spoke of supply and .demand, and charac
terized thV American, currency system
as " a false money system." The lecture
was Illustrated with real money: a dol
lar bill and J5 bank note being nailed to
Largest Morning Circulation.
Anniversary Special in
Suits. For these 100 suits we have been careful to select
the most wanted materials navy blue and black
serges, and gray, tan, and brown mannish mixtures.
These suits were designed and made tp our order
only for this sale, and we will be unable to obtain
more, so we emphasize the necessity of early Inspec
tion The coats are In 2S and 26 Inch lengths In the new
cutaway models, distinctive, with original touches of
the new season. jet conservative In style, to give
unlimited service and to be suitable for all practical
purposes. They are lined with peau de cygne and
messallne and the skirts are the newest spring styles.
All sizes from 14 to 44.
A regular $25.00 value.
Third floor G st.
Anniversary Special in
Beautiful Faille S-lnch Taffeta
TTfhhnn ivIfH Afm In all n.t. nnA
desirable shades "These ribbons are
especially attractlv e for millinery
and children s hair bows.
Special price, 20c yard.
S-lnch Glace Taffeta Ribbons,
solid colors, with pin stripe through
center and satin border, a variety of
new shades suitable for general use
Special price, 39c yard.
New Washable Ribbons, plain sat
in ground with dot. Dainty design
and good quality. In ten-yard pieces
Specially priced as follows
No. 1 12c piece.
No. l'i 15c piece
No. 2 20c piece.
No. 3 25c piece.
Main floor Center.
Anniversary Special in
Gowns, high, low V. -and square
neck, lace and embroider) trimmed
Petticoats, trimmed with embroi
der)' or lace flounce
Short skirts, trimmed with lace or
Drawers, muslin, cambric, and
nainsook, trimmed with embroidery
or lace ruffles
, Combination Salts (corset-cover
and drawers and corset cover and
short skirt), trimmed with embroi
dery or lace edge.
Corset covers, attractive styles,
variously trimmed with embroidery
Special price, 50c each.
Third floor F st-
Anniversary Special in
Cambric. Nainsook and Swiss Em
broider)' Edgings, in new and ef
fective patterns, some having inser
tions to match The widths range
from 2 to 6 Inches, and the value is
one of the strongest we have ever
scial price, 15c yard.
Main floor G St.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
AWAITS SHUSTEE'S ABBIVAL.
Father, Recovering lis Garfield Hos
pital, "Will Be lla'ppr Soon.
The condition of William M. Shuster,
of 172 Q street northwest, who was
taken to Garfield Hospital Saturda) night
suffering from abdominal trouble, was re
ported last night by his phvsiclan. Dr
Thomas Charles Martin, to be slightly
Mr Shuster is impatient to get out of
the hospital, as be had planned to go to
New Tork to-morrow to meet his son.
W. Morgan Shuster, former treasurer
general of the Persian empire. Mr.
Anniversary Specials in
Women's Low Shoes.
Women's White Buckskin Pumps,
w Ith Goodyear welt soles and Cuban
heels Made on a new round-toe last,
with tip. and trimmed with neat
bow. Sizes 3 to 7, A. B, and C
$2 75 pair. Regularly $5 00.
Women's Patent Kldskln Seamless
Pumps, on a neat, well fitting last,
with Good) ear welt soles, Cuban
heels, and trimmed 'with flat gros
gratn ribbon bow Sizes 3 to 7. AA,
A, B. and C widths.
$2 50 pair. Regularly $3 50.
Women's Black Suede Bluoher Ox
ford Ties, with wide ribbon laces,
plain toe, Goodyear welt soles and
Cuban heels. A very special value.
$2 50 pair. Regularly $400.
Third floor Tenth street.
Anniversary Special in
A very attractive assortment of
Normandy Valenciennes and Point
de Paris Laces. In matched sets.
Some as wide as five Inches, and the
qualities represent values that are
ordinarily obtainable at :5c and 30c
yarrLEoc,tMs occasion, on-sale-atil
Special price, 5c yard.
Main floor1 G at.
Anniversary Special in
Our own direct Importation of the
highest-quality Swiss Aluminum
Saucepans, in a set of three, con
taining one two-pint, one three-pint.
and one four-pint saucepan. These
are of a heavy quality first-grade
aluminum, finely made
$1.28 for set of 3.
1-3 to 1-2 less regular price.
Fifth floor Eleventh st.
Shuster will arrive at New Tork to-morrow
on the liner George Washington.
Dr. Martin Is rather doubtful as to
whether his paUent will be In condition
to make the trip. While not seriously
ill. It Is thought to be In the patient's
Desx interests 10 remain ar tne nospltal
until he has fully, recovered. It Is not
Denevea or ur. jtianm mar. an orwratinn
win De necessary.
Pastor to Address Camp.
Rev. Randolph H. McKim, pastor of
the Church of the Epiphany, will give
an address to-night before Camp in, at
Confederate Memorial HalL He will dls
cuss the question of the number of
troops In the Confederate army.
Her Bread and
Rolls are crisp, light,
It is the ideal house
hold flour, because it
is adapted to
If ,your grocer
doesn't keep SENA
TOR FLOUR, send
postcard to .
chas King &
SON CO., Inc.
Wholesale General Mer-
Miss Bissell, Daughter of Former!
Cabinet Officer, Quest of,
HiH Helen Taft
Miss Margaret Bissell. daughter of the
Postmaster General during the regime of
President Cleveland, arrived at the
"White House yesterday for a visit with
Miss Taft. She and Miss Catherine An
derson, cousin of'MIs Taft and also a
guest at the White House, accompanied
Miss Taft to the dinner given last even
ing by former Senator Aldrlch and Mrs.
Aldrlch, the guests going afterward to
the Plerette and Pierrot dance at the
Pis ) bouse. j
Former Gov. Murphy, or .New Jersey,
who has been a guest at the White
House for a few days, returned to New
Miss Harriet Anderson, niece of Mrs.
Taft. who spent some weeks at the
WJilte House, Is the guest of Miss
Meyer, daughter of the Secretary of the
Navy, after a snort visit in new xoric
Mrs. Bnce. wife of the British Ambas
sador, entertained at a tea yesterdayljtft-
ernoon at 5 o'clock at tne en-massy. Hav
ing as her guests a party of, forty boys
from Western Australia, who are tour
ing this country.
The-German Ambassador and Countess
von Bernstorff went to New Tork jes
terday to remain unUl Friday.
Mrs. I Z. Lelter vvas hostess jt a
luncheon yesterday, when her guests wre
asked to meet the President's aunt, Ms
Delia Torrey. who Is spending a few
weeks at the White House. Covers were
laid for twelve In the company were
Mrs. William C Herron, Mrs. Robert
Patterson, and Mrs. J. M. Dickinson,
wife or the former Secretary of War,
who has recently recovered from a se
The French Ambassador and Mme
Juaserand entertained a small company
of personal friends at dinner last night.
Mme Hauge, widow of the former Nor
wegian Minister, entertained a company
of young people at dinner last night,
taking her guests later to the Plerette
and Pierrot dance at the Playhouse. Her
guests were Miss Meyer, daughter of the
Secretary of the Navy, and her house
guest. Miss Harriet Anderson, niece of
Mrs. Taft. Miss Katherlne Elklns. Miss
Janet Fish. Miss Gladys Hinckley, Miss
Warner. Miss Wiborg. of New Tork.
Miss Whiting. Miss Townsend. Miss
Dorothy Williams. Miss Clover. Mr. and
Mn. Henry Spencer, Dr. A. Piatt An
drew, MaJ Butt. Mr de Bach. Count
t'sekonlcs, Mr. Algara, Mr de Schmolke.
Mr. Reginald Huldekoper. Mr Hltf, Mr.
Frank Fills, Lieut, von Herwarth, Mr.
MorgensUerne. and Mr. Henry Du Pont.
Mrs John B Henderson, wife of the
former Senator from Missouri, enter
tained the members of the Congressional
Club, according to her annual custom, at
a dance last evening at her home. Boun
dary Castle, when the dances of thirty
and forty ears ago were Indulged in by
the guests Virginia reels, lancers; old
fashioned waltzes, schottisches, polkas,
mazurkas, and varsovlennes were rre-
Mr and Mrs. Robert Holllster Chap
man entertained a dinner company last
evening In honor of the Bebrlan Minister
and Mme Havenlth.
Mr and Mrs. A P Crenshaw enter
tained at a beautiful dance last evening In
the red room at the New Wlllard for their
daughters. Miss Crenshaw and Miss Eliz
abeth Crenshaw, and their house guest.
Miss Virginia Silvester, of College Park.
Md The ballroom was most beautifully
festooned with Southern smllax, palms.
and ferns studded with spring blossoms.
and a string orchestra played for the
dancing Mrs Crenshaw wore a gown
of light blue crepe meteor trimmed with
crystal embroidery and fringe. Miss
Crenshaw wore black velvet with crvstal
and rhlnestone trimmings, and Miss
Elizabeth Crenshaw was in white satin
with costal studded net and pearl trim
mings. Miss Silvester wore pale blue
satin trimmed with roccoco rosebuds.
Supper was served at midnight.
Among the guests were Miss Lucie
Hoke Smith, Miss Carrie Lee Chamber
lln. Miss Overman, the Misses Amparo
and Lenora Rivero. the Misses de Pens,
Miss Walsh. Miss Janetta Avres, Miss
Flllebrown, Mls Ruth Rice, Miss Vir
ginia Mullans. Miss "Virginia MUlin, Miss
Howser. Miss Florence Snyder, Miss
Mary Graham, Miss Annie Meyers. Miss
Frances Miller, Miss Hlckey, Miss Pick'
ett -Beth. Miss Edith Grade. Miss Mc
Kenrle, of Georgia, house guest of Miss
Lucie Hoke ,Sm!th. Miss Frances
Brooks. Mr Quintard. Dr. Blscoe.
air. uccartny. ur iiau. Dr. xates. Mr.
Walter Penfleld. Mr. Rivero. Mr. Henry
Carpentar, Dr. Allen. Mr. Richard Hyn
son, Mr Thornton Hlnson. Mr. Welsh,
Mr Morgan, air. l Brown. Mr. 611
v ester, Mr. Bauraer, Mr. Berry. Mr.
Washburn. Mr. BenUey. Mr. Carroll. Mr.
S1L Mr. Hayes. Mr. Hlckey. Mr. James
Lynch. Mr Austin Lynch. Mr. Bowling
Gait, Air,. FranKiin. Mr. Jietn. Dr. Cren
shaw, Mr. Rankin, and Mr. Daly.
The Minister from the Netherlands and
Mme Loudon returned yesterday from
a visit in New xoric.
Cohand Mrs Garrard eptertained a
company of young people at dinner last
sight at their quarters at Fort Myer
preceding the hop. They hav e as house
guests Mrs. MCEwan truyn. Miss prum
and Miss Edna Hlrshlnger. all of Al
bany, N. T and In addition to them
the dinner guests were Lieut Bradford,
Lieut. Conley, Mr. Maurice Moore, and
Cant. Foltz, Lieut, and Mrs. Barn-
"hart Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kite, and sev
eral others of the Fort Myer circle, had
small dinner parties preceding- the
The last formal hop of the season at
Fort Myer took place laifevenlng. CoW
Joseph Garrard, commanding tire post,
and Mrs. Garrard entertained a com
pany at dinner preceding the dance.
Mrs. "Wood, wife of MaJ. Gen. Leonard
Vood, Chief of Staff, and Mrs. Garrard,
wife of CoL Garrard, commanding offi
cer at Tort Myer, received the guests!
who Included many from the city, both
married CMd. unmarried people.
' Mrs. "William. Manning Irwin enter
tained a company of young people at
dinner last' night and afterward took
her. guests to the dance at Fort Myer.
Mrs. Llnthlcum, wife of Representa
tive 3. Charles' Llnthlcum, of Baltimore,
wilt "be at home to-day for the last time
this season. She will go to New Tork
on Thursday to remain fpr some weeks,
returning here n prlrfor the spring
"Mlzs Carrie Lee Chamberlain, who
spent the week-end. atjport Deposit, ML,
Has returned to "Vashlagton. She wjll
have Miss Morgan, of Portland, Oreg.,
viJttlDg'her several days' this week. .
Miss Lucie Hoke Smltnv daughter of
Senator Hoke Smithy or vGtorgla, was
hostess at luncheon yesterday at the
3ew Wlllard. In honor of her house
guest. Miss Annie Lee McKende, of At
lanta. Those Invited to .meet the guest
I BfB. Will E-JU raW 'ftmlMtt
KiDTinn. sr twtbfih.
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buo: YOIR SCALPS
It Win Burprkw fori to be a
PATENTE1 STEMLESS SWITCH
Or Ito Mew Psychs Pali
Made from tout OWN HAIR. All comb
ings are steamed sod renovated. bringlRf;
beck the natural slots tad hitter, and
then "rooted," keeping tie hair from
creeping and Buttle. An absolutely ALI
To becoma tailzied. Batted, or exposed.
Wort fosrantnd nr !.
Wltk li Borden Talent a e-indi Plait
or twlat can bs made man a 3Moch
Specialist of the Hair and Seals,
Patented Upright Shampooing,
SOe. Expert alaalenrlas;, 33e.
.J?" 704 Eleventh St
ua urenaa joor.
Miss Ruth Trlbble, Miss Kenny Lou
Hughes, Miss Frances Ffnley. Miss
Helen Hardy. Miss Marion King, Miss
Robyn Toung. Miss Elizabeth Noyes,
Miss Julia Vail. Miss Elizabeth Crenshaw,
Miss Ruth Rice. Miss Nancy Johnson,
Miss Elizabeth Munford. Miss Amy Rich
ardson. Miss Dorothy Brodle. of Mem
phi, Tenn., a guest of Mlas Smith; Miss
Harriet Cole and Miss Mary Hlnes, both
of Atlanta, and Miss Beach, of Georgia.
The table decorations and flower fa
vors were all orchids. The ices were In
the form of this rare ower and the cakes
with electric lighted handles.
The Pierrette and Pierrot dance at
the Playhouse last eventng was a very
smsrt gathering, many of the guests din
ing at the Plav house beforehand, and
others were guests at various dinner par
ties Supper was served at small tables
at 1 o'clock, and a buffet supper was
The Congressional Club-will have Mr
Gottschalk. who will talk on "African
pictures," as the guest of honor at the
weekly reception at the Congressional
Club, Friday afternoon, February 3, at
4 o'clock Tea will be served at S o'clock.
The marriage has been announced of
Mrs. Paschall Carr ana Lieut. CoL Her
bert Elocum, of the Seventh Cavalry,
U. S. A., whose engagement was
announced last fall The ceremony
was performed last week In the home of
the bride's mother, Mrs. John H Rlcket-
son, in Pittsburg Mr John H Rlcketaon,
Jr. gave his sister In marriage. Capt.
James E. Shelley of the Allegheny Ar
senal, was best man Rev George B.
Richards, rector of Emmanuel Protestant
Episcopal Church, performed the cere
mony In the presence of only the relatives
and a few very close friends. CoL and
Mrs Slocum have gone to Cuba for their
wedding trip They will make their home
on Governors Island. N. T.. where CoL
Slocum la stationed, being Inspector gen
eral of the Eastern division of the army.
Among the notable visitors to the
headquarters of the Southern Industrial
Educational Association on Saturday
were Mr. John C. Campbell, of the Sage
Foundation, and President HubbelL of
the Lincoln Memorial School, Cumber
land Gap, Tenn.
Georgia and Florida day at the official
headquarters of the Southern Industrial
Educational Association win be held on
Monday, the SCth Instantiate to 6 p m. A
special exhibit of mountain crafts and
cabin Industries will be displayed All
Georgians and all Floridlans and all
friends Interested In the mountain work
are cordially Invited to come and take
cup of tea. Mrs Lamar, wife of
JusUce Lamar, will be guest of honor
for Georgia with the ladles of the Georgia
State delegation. Mrs. G D Ambler,
with Mrs. Duncan Fletcher, will be guest
of honor for Florida, with the ladles of
the State delegation The Misses Fletcher
and Miss Hoke Smith will assist In pour
ing tea. Fionas, moes and Georgia pine
will form the decorations
Miss Mary E. McCeney and Mrs. Maud
Gouverneur leav e Thursday for the Marl-borough-Blendhclm.
Atlantic City, to re
main a week or ten days.
A beautiful tea was given vesterday
afternoon at Trinity College. Brookland,
by the older students. The joung girls
In the receiving line were Miss M. Burns,
Miss W. Cummlngs, Miss L. Scanlon.
Miss DrlscolL Miss I Murphy, and Miss
M. Evans. The voung students from
Georgetown College assisted In the en
tertainment of the large company.
A silver tea will be given this afternoon
from 3 to C by Circle No. 3 of the rector's
aid of St. Margaret's Church; at the
Mrs. William Graves Sharp, wife of
Representative Sharp, of Ohio, will re
ceive to-day from 3 to 6 for the last
time this reason, at 1111 Sixteenth street.
Mrs Spear, wife of Representative
Spear, 'will be at home to-day at the
Mrs. Marsbln C. Burch will be at home
Informally to-day, at 1413 Massachusetts
Mrs Samuel Pannlll Ficklen, of 171
Columbia road, will be at home this
afternoon from 4 to tC for the last time
this season. She will have with her
Mrs. E. L. Tompkins.
Mrs. Mary Moncuro Parker, a promt
nent club woman of Chicago, and i
leading monologist and dramatic reader
among women. Is spending the week as
the New Wlllard. Mrs. Parker haa been
In New Tork for a few weeks, and la
on her way home. She will be con
siderably entertained during her staV
The colleagues of Representative Bur
leson paid a handsome tribute to Mrs.
Burlesonyesterday afternoon by appear
lng In large numbers at the Playhouse
to see. the presentation of her brlcht
little one-act playlet, which was cleverly
W&t Beautiful Hair?
Use This Shampoo
"The reason so manv women have dulL
brittle, stringy hair hair that splits (ft
the ends, fades, and falls out Is because
of employing alkali shampoos. This robs
the. hair sacs of their required oil and
causes brltUeness of the hair and pro
fuse dandruff." writes Mrs. Mae Martyn
in the San Francisco Express.
"An Inexpensive and really delightful
shampoo can be had by getUng a, small"
package of canthrox" from the druggist
land dissolving a teaspoonfnl in a cup of
not water. This mixture should be
poured slowly on the scalp and -rubbed
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Invia-orTtes. MUtlSSSZ tni "Si, Ms " 2ttm to- i
left clean, and pliant; while the hair lsluent. (take irsdaj O. A. ALXA3DEB de-
Important Clearance Sale
of Electric Portables and
Imported Silk Shades
B FAR the richest collection of Electroliers and Siltf Shades
offered at clearance reduction prices. These elegant
.' shades can be used on lamps or electn'c portables and are
appropriateJbr rich Interior furnishings of parlor or library. Many
varieties of color effects are offered at these greatly reduced
J3S.0 Large Gold Colored Elec
tric, with amber yellow
leaded glass shades. ..,I5.00
J25 00 Green Bronze, with Flo
ral effect. leaded glass
shades ...... ....... ...S.0O
IfffSO Old Gold" Electric, with
green glass-lined shade..j:0.00
S37.59 Green Bronze Electric
with pink tulip pattern.
IeadeUglass shade.. ...10 00
330 00 Old Gold Electric, with
amber and green leaded
glass shade. ............ 10 00
323.5Q Green Bronze Electric
wTlh conventional "pat
tern leaded glass shade.316.00
31C.S0 Roman Gold Desk Lamp,
with adjustable amber
shade .T 31100
Dulin & Martin Co.,
Pottery, Porcelain, China, Glass Surer, &c.
1215 F Street and 1214-18 G Street
done by Mrs. Maud Howell Smith and
Mr. Charles F. TVeston. Former Sena
tor 'and Mrs. J. B. Henderson occupied
one box and a party of the Texas delega
tion In Congress occupied another.
Among others In the large and distin
guished audience were Senator and Mrs.
Culberson and Mrs. Schleuter, Miss Gen
evieve Clark, daughter of the Speaker;
Representative and Mrs. Hardy and Miss
Hardy, Mrs Jack BealL Representative
and Mrs. Morris, Representative and Mrs.
Sheppard, Representative and Mrs. "Will
lam R. Smith. Mr Herbert Putnam, Miss
Putnam. Representative and Sirs. Ans-
berr. RepresentaUve Burleson. Miss
Burleson and young Mr. Burleson. Mrs.
Arthur Jeffry Parsons. Mr. and Mrs.
William F Dennis, Representative and
Mrs. Llnthlcum. of Baltimore, and their
house guest. Mrs. Messenger. Before the
playlet Mrs. Wyndam Rosser Rlker. of
Kentucky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William F. Dennis, sang a number of
solos most beautifully, displaying a high
soprano voice of much beauty and culti
vation. Particularly weU done was
Liszt a "Die Lorelei," which she sang de
lightfully. Mr and Mrs. Rlker have
joined Mr. and Mrs. Dennis In Washing
ton to make their future home here,
when i. suitable house can be found.
Mrs. William Schley Howard, wife of
the RepresentaUve from Georgia, will, as
usual, be at home thla afternoon at the
Parkwood. She will have with her Mrs.
Theodore H. Tiller.
POLICE IN SEARCH
Her. W. H. Greever, of North
Carolina, Comes Here to Hunt
for Hissing Wife.
Haggard and pale from nights of sleep
less anxiety. Rev Walton H. Greever,
editor of the official organ of the South
ern Lutheran Svnod. arrived In Wash
ington with three friends from Columbia,
N. Cw last night In search of his wife.
Mrs. W. H. Greever, of 1301 Corcoran
street northwest, who mysteriously dis
appeared last Saturday while out walk
ing with her nurse. Miss Louise Ryan.
The minister admitted that In her men
tal state anything might have happened,
and only hoped that within the next
forty-eight hours some word might come
of her. He and his friends asserted that
during the long married lite of the cou
ple no domestic difficulties had ever
arisen which might lead to the present
Edgar L, Greever, of TaswelU Va., and
Drotner-ln-law, THvodore BruegeL win
Join the police In their search for the
missing woman. Should nothing develop
by nightfall the husband will offer a re
ward for Information leading to his wife's
discovery. Mr. Grtever"s first action on
reaching Washington was to visit Lieut.
James Hartley, at Police Headquarters,
and hold a long conference with him.
Mrs. Greever bad been sent to this
city for treatment, after having a nervous
breakdown several months ago. During
the first stages of this nervous disorder
Mrs. Greever frequently was a victim of
melancholia, her husband said At all
times, he added, she was thoroughly
aware of her surroundings, but was
prey to the Idea that something inde
finable was going to happen."
A board of oOcera to eooatat of Vfil Gra.
LEO SARD WOOD. Chiti of Staff, 11, j. Gen.
WILLIAM U. CARTES, assistant to the Chief
of Staff. Mil Cm. ARTHUR ilDRRAT. V.
8. A.: Brls. Geo, TASKEB H. BUSS. U. B.
A.: Brlx. Cro. VTIIXIAM W. WOTHEB.
SPOON. U. 8. A., la aFDointed to mett at
VTajosoatoD, D. C at W a. m.. Uaich 1. for
ine rxirtOM or nuuas rwranmmiaoeu lor ua
flUtnf of esistlsf and auticlpaud Taeandes
In u General Staff Corn- -
The mbroatton of lint LKnt. HENBX W. TOR-
M7I, Coast Artluerr Cons, of his com
slon as an otBorr of the annr baa been se-
rrpua br the President, to tax effect April
Tha faUoirinf transfers at ths-request of the eS-
cera concerned and their sastrnmants to net
merits ors anconnoBd: Second Lamt. J01IK
rCLLMAS from the canirr ana (Second Car
ah?) to the infastrj arm. Us la aarisned to
the Twelfth Infantrr Second Lieut. FRANCIS
R. HUNTER from tha tnfutrr arm (Tvelfth
Infantrr) to the caralrr arm. He Is ajsteoed
to tha RmtvmI f.alrr.
PA JOHN C GRESHAtf. rafalrr, is Mliend'
-front attsefament Jo the Fourteenth Canlrx snd
Is sttached to the Second Canter.
Cspt. W. GOFT CAPLES, Corps oC Ecttneers, is
Ttuerea iron amy wiw ins xaira tuiunoo n
&stBoers, and will proceed on or about Uaroh
I. ltti to VVaahmston. D. CJ and report to
the Chief of Enxitrers for dntr.
The leat of absence granted First Lieut. JOSEPH
D PARK. Elthta catalrj, is extended coe
nwyrfh arwt tai diTa.
The foDoViEC transfer art orders! to tsit effect
tint Lieut. OtOKGE r,-BIEGLER from the
ronrteeath Cstalrr to the Euhtb. Caralrr.
First Ltrot. JOSEPH P. PARK from th EUhth
UTsngr to us Tnmeenin, trairr.
Ccmmsnder H.0 STICK VET detached bareetor.
foorui ufnwoaw inscnci. raiiaaciphia, ra.;
to aTal Academy. AimaDoria. Md.
IJtot. ConuasaST A W. JOHXSOX detached
ebraau. to m! InttUIpsne, Nitt Depart.
merit. Washington. D L
tooked, PesssrlTisls, to Vew driest.
Business Hours. 8.3d to p. m.
Dresden China Electroliers.
337 SO Dresden Electric Port
325 00 Dresden Electric Port
320.00 Dresden Electric Port
Rich Imported Silk Shades.
322 00 Canary Color, with gold
braid and Tringe. .....31S0O
320 00 Green, covered with all
over lace pattern 115,50
318.00 Rose Silk, with French
lace cover and silk
125 00 Salmon Silk, with ele
gant lace cover In rich
pattern 318 00
310 00 Pale Green Silk, with
fold brocade and gold
Dxllr Matlsra. 3c. Snaiaa. 2c. 40c. and T3c
NAT M. WILLS
OSTrrtiv TOB WASHINOTOX OILY,- a Nt
BjTjpoatan of Hla a-fcmilnt Honn af 6tctirs
LA TITCOMB THE Sl.VOINO l2jCETKIK.NNH
..Rosalind Utilxn Co. rlraMaslal Ikiwm.
Hrarj CUre Je Co. Brora A Moalton. I&e Blals.
lliotoptane, latereatlonal Evmta.
The Late Ermbolical Sfonlltr Comnir. JTaa
Semes and Ftraitr-o, Flajen. Serin Other Soc
eeaara. But Btata To-day
Wet. Thorn A Bat. Mat. So, to 3U0.
Mzhta. Oo to &
Tke JTew York Caalno Stmt Cast.
H. M. S. PINAFORE
VJlih DrttoU Htmr TWa ClSetta; Eotrn
Cbwia George MacFirlaiie, Arthur AilnSie,
Xext "Keek Seats !(nr.
ABORN OPERA COMPANY'S
Mammoth Speetacnlar Protection.
Tke Bikeniii Girl
ISO PEOrLE SO HORSES.
Thur. and Sat.
geo. evans rrrr
JHONEV BOY' JJi
MINSTRELS I WEW
An CnoJoAl Play of llrrtery lad Bjxsui.cs.
TRAVEL LECTURES DE LUXE"
Tin Wtfltrsrh! West Indies - Mireb 3
Tke Aawrican Rockies Mtreh II
Tie feMftH West - - - - March 17
Courte Tickets at Urn CoIixt&Ua, Thetter, now.
JL09. $L?3w And JZJQ, According to locmUco.
"WrUint Tcosdar nljht. Ftcroarj 3X
Its 1st Mich? n. IBi Httctin i. "Bran" Timr
Maeker asms to throw both men In ens hoar or
Iieitwk.: Martin A Horn with "The jrenrVThlrl.'
A Shew of Action and Beot7.
The Girls From Missouri
DAINTY EVA MULL
FAMOUS "SHOW ME CHORCS.
MTCT WEEK-MLNfR3 AMERICANS.
SHOW NEVER STOPS
Temple of Music
5 Other Acts 5
Fourteenth Street and Park Road.
TO-MORROW NIQHT-Ball Room
Patrons cj th anditortmn, gentlemen, aceeen
pardsd br ladles, an InrltM to daacs nntQ mid
night without extra charge.
Houera of reserred seat tickets am Irrruea to
special eihlhltlrn in Motion rictnrs Theater with
out extra charge.
' THURSDAY RIGHT
Basket baU-Franxltn snd Marsh til Cotleri rs
Annual Colonial Dance la Ballroom. Sotrrenira
to an tha ladles.
"My Friend from Dixie"
With J. Leubrte HOI and eomtany of" forty stars.
Greatest musical hit of lis kind. Matinees to-day.
Thursday, and -Saturday. Encings at IJi
Annnal Hop at TTstt Yard.
Clerks of tha Washington Natr ViH
tnVe their fourth anual hop last night
in the ballroom of the yard; with a large
attendance. Music was furnished by tha
imperial orchestra. The committee hav
lns the affair In charge vas composed of
il g; Bradley, chairman; J. h. Mills.
tecretair: J. Mar. treasurer: J. H Mlt.
tendorff, L. U Stciner. C D. German. F.
V. Lyon. R. T. Hosklnson. Wf J". Col
lins, k. w. warren, a. xi aierainser. E.
FarrelL Q. Dashsne. F. W Dyr. W. A.
Sullivan. F. F. Clark, and P. "Winter.
Iorfeit Morainj CircBlatiwL
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