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'""E WASHINGTON HERALD. SUNDAY. JANUARY 26. 1913.
Continued from Fun One.
Rhlnelandcr Stewart. Mrs. Henry Kros
EtadU Mrs Evans Brown. Mrs. Thomas
Mrs Crawford Marsh presided at the
prettily appointed tea table, which had
for Its centerpiece Richmond roses and
-white lilacs Miss Lauck, Miss Brody,
and Miss Booth were at the pnnch bowl
An orchestra played throughout the
The Misses Anna and Elizabeth John
son have returned to Washington after a
months absence, during which time they
Malted Atlantic City, Philadelphia, and
Mr and Mrs. Morris Gusdorf. of IC3
Eighteenth Street Northwest, will be at
home on tVednesdav, February. E, from
S until 11 o'clock in celebration of the
twenty-fifth anniversary of their mar
riaEe. A ery pretty wcddlnc took place at
the home of Mr. and Mrs It E. Jordan.
CO F Street Northeast, at noon yester
day, when their dauchter. Tearl Maud,
became the bride of Mr. Robert Trullin
Kor Later In the evening Mr. and Mrs.
TruIHnKer left for a trip North
The bride wore a smart brown tailor
made suit, red fox furs, and hat to
match. After February 10. Mr. and Mrs.
Trulllrujer will be at home to their
friends at the Etockbridg, 1112 Chapln
Mrs Ellis Locan. 1S3 Irvine Street
Northwest, will be at home Informally
TOTPiorrow afternoon from 3 to S o clock.
Mrs E. C. Schneider will be at home
from 4.30 to 6.3) on Wednesday. Janu
ary 19, at her residence. 3311 Newark
Mrs. E A. Saum will be at home from
4 30 to 30 on 'Wednesday, January 13,
at her residence, fill Newark Street.
A silver tea for the benefit of the parish
1 a 1 of St Margaret's Episcopal Church
(Bancroft Place and Connecticut Avenue)
nill be given at 1113 Bancroft Placo
Northwest bj the joung ladles of the
4 Guild of ht. Margaret" on the after
roon of Mondav, February 3, from 3
until 7 o clock.
rr Tom A 'Williams will go to New
lork on Frida for the annual dinner
f the Edinburgh I'niversitv Club of
oMneriea. of which he is a charter mem-
I r. and Sir Jamrs Grant and Lady Grant
re expected to accompany Dr Williams
lurk to Washington, where they will be
the guests of Dr and Mrs Williams.
Mis AJele Goldsmith, of Baltimore, Is
we gust or Miss Edna Oppenheimer.
Mis Gladvs Iccar. of New Tork. is
Msiting Mrs Simon Kahn. of Belmont
Mr and Mr M S Hirsh of 3104
Mount Pleasant f-treet. announce the
marriage of their daughter. Mae. to Mr
Paul B Turnage of Miami, FU , Tus-d-i
Januarv l, 1911
Tli hebruarv class tif Central High
- hool gave its class darcc at the Wash
lnKton Canoe Club last Friday night. It
Ivas a most cnjovibie octa&ion
Miss Alue Clark ami Mi-s C p
V right teachers at Central Mrs. Quin
ter Mrs Thicle. and Mrs instead
vverp the chaperons
"The lass ofllcers are Chauncey b
"N instf- id president Theodoia D Sci
liold viee president. Marion NlrhoIa,
K ntarv and Wilson B Nairn treas
urer Tho-e of the graduates to be who were
present mc uded the Misses Camp, Dar
rah. Duehaj, Groe. Kail. Luckctt. Mer
riam Nirhols Ogden. Rover Scilmld.
Thiele Thoirpson. T ner and 'Walker
th Mec-rs Dranev Moran. Nairn ihu
rrate m-tad and VA right niong
ftthi rs ptrteent were the Mises Bow
iran Jaeger. Kaltrom, Nevius, PoaKc
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Mr. and Mrs. Schaefer. of Franklin.
Pa., who have been the cuests of their
daughter, Mrs. Le Roy Mark, left on
Wednesday for a two months' stay In
Mrs. Emit T. Schneider has out cards
or January 29. from 4 .SO to 6.30.
lira. Annie J. Paine left on Thursday
for Et Louis, where she will visit her
son. Dr. O. 8. Paine,
Mrs. Edward S. Wescott Is visiting her
dauEhter, Mrs. Uoughton, In Chicago.
Mrs. J. M. Burrell will be hostess on
February 4 at a large bridge and five
hundred party for the benefit of an Invalid-
There will be .fifteen tables-and
tea wilt be served during the afternoon.
Miss Eva Burrell la the guest tor the
winter of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs. Maynard Crane, In Mandarin, Fla.
Mrs. C D. Willis and the Misses Willis
entertained at a most attractive tea on
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Burrell entertained
Informally at dinner on Wednesday in
compliment to Rev. C T. Warner and
Mrs. Warner. The table decoration were
pink and white.
Corjrifiht. Ull. b; TArwrtuin.
MRS. CLAUDE A. SWANS0N,
Tnpnlnr trite of the Senator from Vlrclnln, nho ! taLInc a promlni
part In social life lu Washington.
Randolph. Richards, and Vale: the
Messrs Aldridce, Babeock. Beach, Beck,
Bell, Bowlins, Fair, Gordon, Grimes,
Hodijes. Horn, Jack. Mason, Morrison,
Ober, Seibold, Stokes, btutr. and Urner
Mis Ruth Jones has left Washington
She will spend seienl weeks In Roch
r'tch N and Scrinton. Pa , before
returning to her home in Nashville, Tenn
Mim Jewel WoH. who has been spend
ing ieeral weeks in Wilson. N C, has
returned to Washington to isit her
cuuMn. Mrs D Oottlnser Miss Gertrude
Oettingcr, of Wilson. N C. accompanied
Mr and Mrs Charles A Goldsmith
lne lssi.'d imitations for the marriage
and reception of their daughter, Annette,
to Mr William B Thalhlmcr, of Rich
mond, Va., to take place at Rauscher's
on Thursday eenlng January 30 at 8
oelok The ccremon will be performed
b Rihhi Louis Stern. Rabbi Abram
Simon of ishington and Rabbi E.
N Ciliwh. of Richmond The brides
attendants will be Miss Hilda Jacob!,
mild of honor. Misses Alma Baer, Lor
raine Herndon. Ernestine Rich, of Wash-
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A large number of out-oftown friends
and relatives will be present.
air. ana Mrs. Jl L) Dickson announce
tho engagement of their daughter
Jessie Larned Dickon, to Mr Charles
Rjland Seal, of Richmond. Va The wed
ding will take place In the early spring
Tho home of Mr and Mrs Herbert If
Dodd, on Capitol Hill, was the sccno of
an cnjojable entertainment last Wed
nesday In celebration of the anniversar
of Mr Dodds blrthdaj. A muxiral pro
gramme was given bj Miss lilldur Bos
trom and Mrs G W. Hall The gue&ts
then repaired to the dining room The
table was beautifully decorated Mrs
Dodd was assisted bj the Mis.s Ruth
Allwine. badio Dodd, and Eugenia Ste
vens Among those present were Mls
Ruth Allwine, Mn-s lilldur Bostrom.
Mrs O Bostrum, Col J William De
Grange, Miss Dodd, Miss Irene Dodd,
Mr. and Mrs G W. Hall, Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hall.
Mr and Mrs Ernest Hargett, Mr and
Mrs William Lewis. Mrs. Frank McDcr-
mott, Thajer McDermott, Mr and Mrs.
Robert McElroj, Miss Blanch McElroy,
Mr. and Mrs John Redmon, Miss Hattie
bargeant, Mr. and Mrs Edward Wright,
and Mr Lewis Hlller Thayer
Mr and Mrs Louis Silverman have
returned here from a two weeks" staj" in
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Kalisher. the
latter formerly Miss Irma Stern are tak
ing a trip of several weeks to New York
Manv visitors attended the exhibit of
baskets and weaving In the headquar
ters of the Southern Industrial Educa
tional Association, on Friday afternoon,
Altbama Day of the association. A large
hand-woven rug, three jards square, said
to be, by experts, a very unusual piece
of mountain tapestry, attracted special
attention, and gave a charming effect to
tho unique setting of the room. Tea was
served, while Mrs. Glclow gave numer
ous stones of the mountain Deonle
ine regular monthly board meeting of
tne omcera and trustees of the Southern
Industrial Educational Association took
place on Saturday evening In the asso
ciation's headquarters, room 331, South
ern uuuaing. Interesting reports were
read by Mrs. Gielow and Mrs Stone, and
plans for broadening the work were dis
cussed with much hope for the doing of
greater tnings In tho future.
Mrs C Stlebel has returned to her
home, after a two weeks visit in At
Mrs William A. Jones and Miss Ann
S Jones win not be at home next Tues
day afternoon; but will receive Tuesdaj,
Tho Chevy Chase Music Club was en
tertained on Monday evening by Mrs.
Ralph Barnard. Mr. Howard Barnes
read a paper on Wagner, Reese, and
Raff. Mrs. Barnard sang "Tristan and
Isold" (Wagner). Mrs. Otis Sw-ett sang
"Elfa Dream" (Wagner), Mrs. Berkley
Davis played "Spring Song." from "The
Flying Dutchman" (Wagner): Mrs.
Clayton, violin, 'Caratlna" (Raff): Mrsi
Howard Coombs played "Reproff to El
fa" (Lohengrin), Mrs. S W. Mellott
sang a selection from "Tannhanser,"
Mr. Wilson. "Tho King's Prayer" (Lo
hengrin). Mrs. Albert Jackson was ad
mitted to membership. Later refresh
ments were served
Miss Malt land Marshall entertained
last evening at dinner at the Chevy
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Mellott have
returned from tho Isle of Tines
Mrs. Edwin C Dutton entertained tho
Card Club, of which she is a member,
Miss Roberta Allen will give a con
cert In Librarj' Hall on February 3 for
the Rector's Aid of All Saints' Church
Mr and Mrs. Richardson have sent out
invitations for ' cards ' next Wedncsdaj
Mr and Mrs W 8 Corby have re
turned from a house party In New York
Mrs I M. Prior was hostess at a verj
prettv luncheon Tuesday Covers were
laid for twelve. The decorations wore
pink and white.
The Chevy Chase Home and School
vssociatlon held its first meeting on
Tuesday eening Dr Claxton, United
States Com nlssloncr of Education, gave
a most Interesting talk on "Relation of
Home to School,' after which refresh
ments were served The ofllcers of the
association are Dr D G Davis, presi
dent, Mr I E. Shoemaker, vice presi
dent. Mrs George Winchester Stone
secretary and Mrs Jessie I". Crawford
The J lay given on the 17th under the
direction of Mr E. K. Stevens was 0
cccssful that It was repeated Thurs
day evening with equally as pkaslng
Jl THE.OsjTER.A.sSARMENT SHOtf
608 TO 614 ELEVENTH STREET!
Preliminary to an early and extensive showing
of spring goods, we announce a truly extraordinary
stock clearance, both of goods for immediate use
and staple styles of year-round usefulness. All are
late models, styles and weights that can be worn
right up to the time for changing to linen garments.
Yesterday we took annual inventory. Further substan
tial reductions are announced for this week on all winter
All are late models, many suitable for spring wear, and
every thrifty woman in Washington should visit this store
some time during the week.
Fur Coats and Fur Sets About Price.
Final clearance of all Furs, including Coats of
Hudson and Baltic Seal, Brown and Black Pony,
Marmot and Caracul; Sets of Fox, Raccoon, Wolf
and ajl popular pelts.
At Less Than Wholesale Prices.
Choice of our very finest Suits; velvet, corduroy,
broadcloth and fancy fabrics; heretofore selling up
to $75.WSa.t S25.W.
Mrs. Tralnor, of California. Is the
guest of her cousin, Mrs. James A. Boss,
at her home In Montgomery Street.
Invitations have been issued to the
wedding of Miss Agnes Downing Har
vey, of Washington, and Dr. Charles
L. Billiard, a former resident of this
town The wedding will take place at
the home of the bride's mother. Mrs
Edward John Harvey, February 3, at
Miss Carter, of Annapolis, Is the guest
of Mrs. Rosalind Curtln In Montgomery
The Women's Club gave a tea at the
clubroora In Main Street Tuesday even
ing, under the auspices of Mrs. Will
Miss Louise Barclay, of Baltimore, was
the guct of her aunt. Mrs, T. A. John
stone, at Clover Leaf Inn during the
Miss Marj Sadler spent Saturday in
Dr. Will Bierlj-. of Baltimore, was
the guest Sunday of his brother. Dr.
T. Watts Byerly.
Miss Scott, of Richmond, who has been
visiting Miss Ethel Gwynne for some
weeks, has returned home.
Mrs Charles Hooff has her sister. Mrs.
McKlm. vlslOn her at her home.V'Oak-
Mr and Mrs Howard C Beck sre
entertaining as their house guests Mr
and Mrt E Harrj Rccor. of balnt Clare.
Mrs John V Taj lor has Issued cards
for a tea In honor of Miss McCutfln, on
Thursdaj, Januarj 30
Capt and Mrs E A Krlcdler have re
turned from a trip to Belcnare.
Mrs Hugh T .Taggart and the Misses
Taggart will be at home Wedncsdaj,
Mrs Eugene Rjrres has returned from
New York and will be at home again
Thur"dav, Januiry 30.
Miss Bessie Hoover has returned from
a visit to Miss Mildred Davis In Hern
don, Va Miss Davis was the guest of
Miss Hoover a few dajs en route to
Miss Maddox. who has been the guest
of Mrs. N. Sullivan, has returned to her
home In Rockvlllc.
Mrs Julllcn Buxton, formerly of
Georgetown, now living in Portsmouth.
Va, wis the guest of friends for a few
dajs last week.
Mrs. Charles G Warden Is entertain
ing .diss Ann Vandergrlft. of Glouster
Countj, Va , and Mrs J G Farland. of
The third Georgetown Assembly will
take place to-morrow evening
Mrs William Looker will be at home
Mrs Archbild King has returned from
several weeks spent in Cuba, Jamaica,
and Isthmus of Panama.
Miss Eleanor Ejster, of Charlestown,
W Va . Is the guest of Mrs. Robert
Mrs. J Eakln Gadsby entertained at a
bridge-luncheon on Thursday In honor
of Mrs. Eugene Cowles Pomeroy. Among
Mrs Gadsbj-s guests were Mrs bhort
Willis, Mrs. Eflinger. Mrs. H L. Rust,
Mrs. Berklej. Mrs. A. Z. Zane, Mrs.
Philips Andrews, Mrs. Trench, Mrs.
Thomas Talllaferlo, Mrs. Rawlins Hume,
Miss Bessie Johnson, Mrs Allen
Walker, Mrs. Tillman. Mrs. C M. Stone,
Mrs. Walter A Wells. Miss Mitchell,
Miss Bodcker. Mrs B. B Bradford,
Mrs John Randolph, and Mrs. George
Easerdaj. The prizes were Mexican
baskets The house looked most at
tractive with red and green decora
Dr. James Murphj-, of Rome, gave
most interesting lecture, with stcreopti
con views, Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings, on "tmnstian Arcneoiogjv
the joung ladles at the Immaculate Semi
Mrs. R. D. Sirams will entertain ti
honor of Mrs. J. G Farland. of Rich'
mond, Va , and Mls Ann Vandergrlft,
of Glouster Countj', Virginia, housa
guests of Mrs. Charles G. Warden.
Mrs. Horatlc B. Holllfleld will be at
home Wednesday, February 12.
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs W. E.
Dix entertained "The Sixteen" at sup
per. Covers were laid for twenty-two.
45 Tailored Suits reduced to 112.50
S 119 Tailored Suits reduced to SS5.00
122 Tailored Suits reduced to 5I8.0Q
1! 8 1 Tailored Suits reduced to 525.00
AH worth more than double.
69 Dresses reduced to gEO.QO
83 Dresses reduced to. SE4.5
64 Dresses reduced to 25.00
Many worth three times these prices.
27 Long Coats reduced to 57.50
92 Long Coats reduced to 5S0.00
54 Long Coats reduced to 5 11 5.00
27 Evening Wraps reduced to 525.00
Many worth three times these prices.
How She Discarded
(Mon Morrow In Town Tattler I
How often I exclaimed as I beheld
my ugly complexion In the mirror, "If
I only could tear off this old skin:"
And. do you know. I've learned how
to do that verj- thing; Not to actu
ally remove the entire skin all of a
sudden: that would be too heroic a
method and painful, .too. I imagine. The
worn out cuticle comes oft In such
tiny particles, and so gradually re
quiring about ten days to complete
tne iransiormauou it aoesn t nurt a
bit. Day by day the beautiful com
plexion underneath comes forth. Mar
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blotchy or aged your complexion, you
can surely discard It by this simple
process Just get an ounce of ordinary
mercollzed wax at "your druggist's, ap-
fily nightly like cold cream, washing
1 off mornings.
Mr wrinkles I got rid of bv an
equally simple method. By dissolving
an ounce of powdered saxolite In a
half-pint witch hazel and bathing my
face In the solution, even lino com
pletely disappeared. First the finer
lines, nnallv even th
'Xeet, .vanished eaUreJyt
finally even tho deep joroWa
The table was beautifully decorated in
ferns and mlgonette Among those pre
ent were Mr and Mrs. Long. Mr. and
Mrs. Thjnne, Mr. and Mrs. Barron, Mr
Zeh, Mr Pendarvls, Misses Dlx, Page,
Glancj, and Custard.
The Woman's Auxilhry of bt. John's
Church was hostess at a tea Friday aft
ernoon at the home of Mrs John Mar-
Mrs. Fitz, of Chicago, who his been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Hollifleld. has
left for her home
Mrs George P. Du Bols entertained at
n large card party Friday afternoon and
Mrs M M Harrison entertained Mrs
Walter Hill and Mrs. Walter Johnson at
luncheon and they attended the drill
Miss Loulso King. Miss Adeline King
attended the card partj" given by Mrs
Ensign Radford Moses and Mrs Moses
left for their home in Norfolk, v a.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis O eleven and Miss
Helen eleven will spend several weeks
with Mr. and Mrs John F. Birch. In O
Mrs. J. I Klbler entertained Mrs
Cobb and Miss Cobb, of North Carolina.
They were on their way home from Bal
dent: Rev. William Turner, of tho Cath
olic Unlversitj, vice president. Mrs Mar
garet B. Downlrg, secretary, and the
hostess. Miss Harrison, treasurer, there
were present Dr Edward Lee Greene, of
the Smithsonlnn Institution, Dr. and
Mrs Walter Van Fleet, the former one of
the most famous rosarlans In this coun
try. Mrs Jonathan Bourne, of Oregon:
Miss Belle baunders, and Frau Fehrs
After the dinner Dr. Greene gave a short
talk on the evolution of the cultivated or
roo of floriculture from the wild rose,
and exhibited many hundreds of rare
species from his herbarium In the Smith
sonian Librarj. Dr. Van Fleet also
spoke of the modern rcse, culture and
some of Its difficulties. The second gen
eral meeting of the Rose Society will be
held next Saturdaj-, Februirj 1 at S
o'clock nt the residence of the president,
Mr. Tansill. in Kearney Street.
An Informal dance was given Friday
evening at tho university bj- the senior
and Junior classes, chaperoned by the
wlv es of the professors.
Miss Rebecca Lennon will entertain her
BOO club to-morrow evening.
Mr. Flemmlng. of the university, has his
brother, from Pennsylvania, as his guest.
Tho Funny Fellows Club had Its annual
dance on Saturday evening at the Ma
Mrs. Henry W. Dow ling entertained on
Wednesday tho M0 clob, of which she Is
The Brookland Literary Society held Its
first meeting on Wednesdaj- evening.
Mr. Andrews gave a historical addreu.
and a later a number present contributed
Miss Carrie Harrison entertained the of
ficers of tho Rose Society of Brookland at
dinner In her home, in Newton Street, last
evening. Her home was adorned with pink
roses asd Southern smllaS, while the center-piece
on the dining table was a bowl
of roses surrounded bj" ferns and roe
petals. In, addition to tho officers of the
jrUlhtbq- ra Ctorlca F, TansiiL. yrciU
From tho Cbmso llmvd Herald.
In the midst of political troubles that
may bring civil war after nearly a jear
of fighting on land and sea with Italy.
Turkey has become the victim of an
carthqjake that has killed or Injured
several thousand persons and destroyed
a number of cities The earthquake mav
or may not add to the political difficulties
of the nation, bjt those aro serious
enough. Montenegro threatens war: Rus
sia has grievances over Turkish rule In
Asiatic territory: reported rnassacres of
Christians have stirred religious feeling
again: the Turkish Parliament has been
dissolved and Constantinople declared in
a state of siege, which means that the
army is In control of the government.
When the Young Turks deposed Abdul
Hamid and established representative
government the world saw signs of prog
ress In Turkey. But Institutions alone do
not make or reform a nation. There are
present-daj' critics who declare that
Turkey cannot become a strong or really
progressive nation and that her dismem
berment Is but a question of time. Shoul.
the irregular warfare along the border o
Montenegro develop Into war. dismem
berment may bo near at hand.
rortmutelr for Bnzi. without an? com! of Brcdl
nlue. there is water power to be found In almost
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print already inaUUed toe woo yean hare been
obUced to incrcmso their Toltare to meet tb growinc
demandJ for lisht and power. .
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