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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 20. 1913;
Woodward & Lothrop,
New York WASHINGTON Pans.
v
In Our New
Men May Select Their Easter Suit
According to Individual Taste
IN OUR $25.00 CLOTHING.
Ercry man should seek distinctively styled clothing,
and each season finds men more and more critical more
and more demanding. That's why we have always sold
distinctive styles. That's why our assortments at $25.00
are striking examples of what clever designing can accom
plish when combined with highest grade materials and su
perior workmanship. That's the result that has been
established in the clothing we place before you.
Plain and fancy weaves, patterns and
mixtures; new chalk-line stripes of vary
ing widths. Models of American designing
as well as those of English cut, and
adaptations; Norfolks in many modes.
W. & L. Hart Schaffncr & Mark Clothing in cloths
and patterns that cannot be found elsewhere. Perfect
combinations of style, fit, fabrics, superior tailoring and
value.
Young Men's and Men's Clothing, $12.50 to $40.00.
Men s New Hats Show
Much Individuality of Style
Though there is an exceptional
amount of individuality in the Men's
New Hats for Eatcr and spring wear,
there is nothing undesirable or unbe
coming about our assortments They
show just what can be accomplished in
selecting the strictly correct new modes,
without departing from our standards of
excellence and refinement.
New Soft Hats, in shades of green,
gra, brown, tan, and novelty effects of
English and German make $2 and up
ward Derbio, in the Jatest block', and
also the more conservative shapes
a-p!cntv $2 00 to $5 00. St. Regis at
$2.00 ; Colonial at $3 00 are here exclu
siv el .
The New Neckwear Significant
; of the Easter Season.
Choosing the proper Cravat is more important this season
than ever lcfore: men's fashions bring it into greater prominence.
We are showing rich, rare qualities ot silk, in which the color
artist has ucd his highest skill, those shades significant of Easter,
and alo all the other new and effective shadings and patterns.
Men's tastes differ perhaps more m Neckwear than in any
other article of attire. Vc have tried to anticipate every taste,
which accounts for the wonderful profusion of styles and shades.
50c to $3.00.
Finest Patterns and Colorings.
In the New Spring Shirts.
The man who wears a shirt selected here has the satisfaction
of knowing that he is getting the latest in stvlc, the finest in pat
tern, and the most handsome in coloring. The color treatments
and varietv of patterns are particularly winsome this season; dis
tinctive effects
Made in full and neglige stvles and all the popular fabrics
percale, madras, silk-madras, soisette, and pure silk. Shirts that
demand the consideration of the most critical dressers
$1.00 to $6.00.
Men's New Gloves; Attractive
Styles for Street and Dress,
Gloves for street, dress, church, and formal occasions: the
best foreign and domestic makes, in which arc represented
Fovvne, Dent, Perrin, and others. Chamois in different shades;
the favorite tan shades of capeskin; graj mochas for street; the
gray suedes and light tan kids for church and informal dress,
and the conservative whiles for evening affairs.
We wish to emphasize especially the fine, oft, and even tex
ture of our gloves, affording untold comfort.
$1.15 to $3.00 pair.
Walking Sticks Will
Be Universally
Favored.
A splendid showing of all the
various woods, many of which
arc foreign. Plain sticks, some
conservatively trimmed, others
more elaborately mounted.'
$l.i
.00 to 39.00.
NO STORAGE CHARGES FOR
FIRST MONTH.
Itra.onable rates ob torase. bBnllac.
and picking. Estimates furnished. Ex
pert service.
UMOJf STORAGE CC
Phoae M. 4374. 1811 Pa. At.
lOLISHED EDGE PLATE GLASS
7s much In use for table and
desk tops. It prevents
scratching.
. tr.!ivmi.tltHM
813 Seventh Street
largest Horning Circulating.
M-
Men's Shops
Men's Silk Socks
from
Inexpensive to Rich.
Silk Hosiery of every reliable
sort is ready for every man
seeking it. All kinds, all colors
for all times. A vast assortment
of plain colors, two-toned ef
fects, and refined fancies; par
ticularly, good novelties.
50c to $5.00 pair.
DURESC0
FLOOR PRESERVATIVE.
F. STEWART, 1st & H Stk
Call up Main 1419 for All Kinds
of Printing Supplies. .
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HISS CATHERINE BRITTON,
Danarhter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
last
The President and Mrs. Wilson took
adantasc lit the ideal weather jester
day afternoon and went motorinc
through Washington and Its environs
ilrs Wilson, accompanied by Mls
listener, attended the lecture at the l
M C. A Riven under the auspices of the
Woman 8 National Federation or Clubs
jesterday momlnc
Mrs. Wilson has taken a box at the
Beta sco Theater for the afternoon of
April 7. when a benefit performance bv
the Columbia Unlv ersity pla ers of New-
York will be civ en under the auspices
of the Ladies Aid Asuoclation of the
National Homeopathic Hospital.
Irs Marshall, wife of the Vice Presi
dent, received many distinguished call
ers jesterday afternoon Informally In
her attractive parlors at the Shoreham
Hotel.
The German Ambassador, Count von
Bernstorff. will be the guest of the New
York City College this evening at a cen
eral assembly of students to celebrate
the opening of the new German library
at the collete.
The Vice President and Mrs Marshall
will pend Easter at Sprinfjtleld. Mass.
where the Vice President will speak at
the Younc Men's Christian Association
of that cit. The leave here Saturday.
Miss Catherine Britton, daughter of
Mr and Mrs Alexander Britton, was
hostess at an informal dinner last night
at the family residence in Q Street. The
guests included the Counselor of the
German Embassy and Mme Haniel von
Haimhausen, Mis Cecelia Mas. Miss
France3 Lippitt, Miss Mary Frazee, of
Louisville. K.: Mr. von Bulow. of the
German Embassj , Mr. A. Kerr Clark
Kerr and Mr. lvar Campbell, of the
British Embassv; Capt. Louis Little, U.
S M C, and Mr. Richard Elklns
Mrs Frank Hume has announced the
engagement of her daughter. Miss Ma
bel Hume, to Mr James Leland How
ard, ot Hartford. Conn The wedding
will probabl. take place In the spring
Mr. Howard was a classmate of Miss
Hume's brother, Mr. Robert Scott Hume,
at Yale, where they graduated in 1S0S.
Mrs Etna Patterson Griffin will enter
tain at a small dance this evening at
her home in Oliver Street. Chevy Chase,
in honor of Miss Goldsmith, of Alabama.
Dr. and Mrs Dudley Morgan will leave
Washington tndaj for Atlantic City,
where they 'ill spend Easter.
The Russian Ambassador and Mme.
Bakhmetefl have returned to Washing
ton from New York
The Brazilian Ambassador and Mme
da Gama have gone to New York for a
short stay.
Mrs Waddv Wood and her children
have gone to Atlantic City, where they
will spend Easter.
Miss Caroline Ogden Jones is visiting
her aunt. Miss Fanny Ogden Jones, at
the lattcr's home In New London, Conn.
A number of socictj maidens will se'l
flowers at the performance of "Flora
dora," which the Paint and Powder Club
or Baltimore will give at the Bclasco
on Friday afternoon. 'March 2S, for the
benefit of the Christ Child Societj.
Among them are Miss Helen Downing,
Helps to Cut Down the High Cost of Living
It Is Superior to Any Other BAKING POWDER
-You Can Buy at Any Price
.Contains No Alum No Lime Phosphate
IT DOES NOT CAKE25c A POUND
Photo by lUrritwinj.
Brlitoa, b char
nlcht.
Miss Elsie Downing, the Misses Crane.
Miss Elena Calderon. "Mbs Natalie
Driggs. Miss Maitland Marshall. Miss
Ilildreth Gatenood, Miss Dorothy Gate
wood. Miss Margaret Howard, Miss
Katherine Hitchcock. Miss Ruth Jones,
Miss Nina .Mockton. Miss Mildred Ives,
Miss Judith Ives. Miss Nora Hill. Miss
EltzahUh Hill, and Miss Ruth Bliss
Rehearsals are going on at frequent
Intervals in the great hall' of the Brad
ley residence for the 'flower ball." which
will be given there on Wednesday even
ing. March W. for the benefit of the Diet
Kitchen The costumes for the pageant
are exquisite, and have been especially
chosen for their becomlngncss to the
wearers Forty-eight dancers, recruited
from social ranks, are to take part In
the flower quadrilles, and Miss Wctmorr,
Mrs. McClintock. and Mrs George How
ard are in charge, one having the daisy
or forget-me-not dance, another the snow
drop and columbine, and the third that
of the violets and jonquils Taking part
In the first named will be Miss Julia VVljit
ing. Miss Ruth Anderson. Miss Elizabeth
Novcs. Miss Beattv. MI- Lagarde. Miss
Ruth Hitchcock. Miss Marjory Smith,
and Mrs John de Saulles
Mrs. Norman Underwood, Miss Elizabeth
Porter, Mls Cora Barry. Mlsg Eleanor
Re bourn MLs Desha Allen. Miss Mar
McCaule, Mr. Underwood. Mr. St Clair,
Mr Arthur Dutton, Mr. Robert Stead. Mr.
William Flathers, and Mr George Lewis
will dance In the second, and Miss Perin,
Mi-s J Mejer, Mlsg Ethel Noves. Miss
Rebekah Wllmer, Mls Frames Hoar,
Miss Katherine McClintock. Miss Jlarj
Webb, Miss II Chsnlcr. Ml-s a IngalK
and Miss Oge In the last-named. The
men In the dances are to appear In the
dress of gardeners
Miss Amies will give dince interpreta
tions, and Miss Gladjs Hinckley will also
have a leading part
At the close of the flower dances the
latter will lead the dancers from the
Mage to the ballroom, where cenernl
dinclng will follow, as soon a the seats
arc taken out of the waj.
An Easter Monda wedding will be that
of Miss Bett Maulsb Bouldin. daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs William Bouldin. jr .
to Chichester C. Kerr, of New York, In
Grace Church, Orange. N. J , on the aft
ernoon of March 2t
lls Bouldin will have as her onlv at
tendant Miss Jane Harrison Bojd. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen R. Bojd. of
Washington Mr. Dion K. Kerr, of War
renton, Va , will be his brother's best
man
The ushers rhoen are Messrs William
Bouldin. Albert Ritchie. Italey Malone.
Dalngerfleld Lewis, and Walter Butler.
There will be no reception.
CoL Frank Denny, U S M. C. has
arrived in Washington and Joined his
daughter. Miss Esther Denn. who has
been visiting numerous friends In Wash
ington for the past six weeks. They
Man to take an apartment or house here
for the spring season Mrs Dennv, who
is at present In Indianapolis, will Join
them here.
Mrs Charles A. Munn and. Mr. and
Mrs C A. Munn, Jr. who have been
making a trip through the South, will
return to Washington for Easter.
The Thursday Afternoon Skating Club,
which was organized by Mrs. George
Howard and the Viscountess d'Azy for
Thursdays In Lent, will not meet this
afternoon on account of Us being Holy:
WeekC The last meeting: will be held on
March Z7.
Miss Beulah A. North, of CecJl County,
Md., and Dr. Frank IL Benjamin, for
merly of Washington, were married on
March 19 la Alexandria, Va,, the Rev..C.
R. Straaburg officiating.
The Messrs. Harmon and Hunt Rob
erts, ofj Alexandria, Va.. were hosts at
an Interesting muslcale on Thursday
evening. Their guests Included Mtes
Georgia French, Miss Nellie Uhler, the
Misses Roberts, Miss Martha Lee, Miss
Laura McClure, and Miss Lillian Allison
and Miss Julia Cone, of Richmond, Va.;
Mr. Walter Foster, Mr. Wallace Lind
say. Mr. Jack Barrett, and Mr. James
Roberts. '
Musical selections were rendered by
Miss Allison and the Misses Roberts.
Washlngtonlans are taking a deep
Interest In the drills which will be
given on three days in succession at
Fort Myer, Va for the benefit of the
Army Relief Society. They, will take
place on Thursday, Friday, and Satur
day afternoons. March 27, 28, and 29.
The Cavalry Band will give the pro
gramme, in which the oung women
of society and the officers at Fort Myer
will ride in quadrilles and other fancy
figures. The women will be mounted
on sorrel horses, while the officers will
ride black mounts.
The women riders represent the
flower of the Washington Riding and
Hunt Club, and ar Miss Desha Allen,
Miss Helen Buchanan, Miss Mildred
Bacon, Miss Estelle Crane. Miss Ruth
Hitchcock. Miss Ruth Anderson. Miss
Emily Beatty, the Misses Howard,, Miss
Agea Bennett, Miss Amyllta Talbott.
Miss MacMurray. Miss Leila McDonald.
Miss Emily Chase, and Miss Katherine
Dlttman.
Chaperons for the unique dance will
be Mrs Simpson. Mrs. Richard Coke
Burleson. Mrs. Cotter, and Mrs., Austin.
There will be several teas given at
the Fort on the afternoons of the
drills.
Mrs. Allen and Miss Jeanette Allen,
Wife, and daughter of Col. Allen, U. S.
A left Washington yesterday to spend
several daja in Philadelphia and New
York.
Mrs. Leonard Wood Is visiting friends
In Boston, Mass.
Miss Garrard, daughter of Col. and
Mrs. Joseph Garrard, is visiting her
brother-in-law and sister. Lieut, and
Mrs. Foster, at Fort Riley, Kans.
Miss Catherine Britton gave a lunch
eon yesterday In honor of Miss Frazee.
of Louisville. Ky. Among the guests
were Miss Hoar. Miss Carol Crawford,
and Miss Hinckley.
Miss Anne Gleaves. daughter of
Commander Albert Gleaves, U. S. N..
who has been visiting Mrs. A. C. DoW
nt. has returned to New York.
Mrs Judson C Clements and Miss Du
laney will not be at home this after
noon Mr Claude N Bennett has gone to
Boston on a short lecture trip.
MaJ Jose F. Avalos. military attache
to the Mexican Embass. has been pro
moted by the Mexican government to the
rank of lieutenant colonel of the gen
eral staff of the Mexican Army. He has
received many congratulations from his
friends here and elsewhere.
The lady managers of the Episcopal
Ee, Ear, and Throat Hospital ara plan
ning to give their annual bazaar for the
beneflt of the hospital In the ballroom
of the Raleigh Hotel. April 9 and 10. As
...i.i ih.r. ultl hn hnnthii whpre cakes.
homemade candles', lemonade, fancy ar
ticles, and. flowers may ne purcnasea
The mvstery table, the goose that lays
the golden egg and the fortune teller
promls surprises to the patrons of the
bazaar. At a suitable hour each day
supper will be served During the even
ing the Interest In the bazaar will be
Increased on account of the dancing,
which Is to be made an especially at
tractive feature this jear
Mr and Mrs Thomas Bunston, of Had
donfleld. N J . announce the m irriaso
of their joungest daughter. Marguerite,
and Mr. Merle U Sweet, of this city,
Tuesday, March 11, at 4 o'clock. In Grace
Episcopal Church, Haddonfleld.
The bride was attired In a traveling
suit of new blue and carried a shower
bouquet of Bride roses. Miss Edith
Boogar, who also wore a tailored blue
broadcloth, and carried pale pink car
nations and marguerites, was the only
attendant. The wedding march was ren
dered b the bride's father, who is orJ
ganlst of Grace Church, and who gave
the bride away. Mr J. W. Enbody, of
Glenrldge, N. J. was best man for Mr.
Sweet-
A small reception and supper followed
at the brides home, which was taste
fullv decorated in smilax and margue
rites. The out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mrs J W Enbody, of Glenrldge;
Mrs William Spencer and Mrs. William
Stewart, of Philadelphia: Mrs George
Dixon, of Upper Montclalr, and Miss
Harriet Sweet, of Washington.
Mr and Mrs Sweet have started on
a Western trip, their final destination
being Mandan. N. Dak, which will be
their future home
Mr. and Mr Montgomery Pchujler.
Jr, of New York, are spending some
time In Washington
Sirs. R. N. Harris, of Chicago, who is
spending some time at the Shoreham
with Mr. Harris, was hostess at a lunch
eon yesterday in the rose room, when
her guests were Mrs. John B. Hender
son. Mrs Putnam. Mrs William Barret
Rldgely. Mrs. Harts, Mrsi. Cranston and
Miss Wilson.
Te Core Coaatlf atlon.
Don't dose the system with a. lot of dan
gerous habit-forming drugs. Physicians
everywhere are now prescribing HofTs
Lemon Seldlltx the good-tasting aeldllts
rsjwoer. ah arugguts seu it.
Largest Horning Circulation.
CITY HOOT TO 360,000.
Common Carriers Kattmate Record
Attendance! at Jmaasrarailan.
Washington was host to 3M.0CO visitors
d urine; the inauguration, according to
figures compiled bv the railroads en'
tering the city. Of this number SCSS
were brought by the steam rauroaas.
and it fs conservatively estimated that
tho electric railroads, trolley 'unes. ana
steamboats carried enough to make up
the 350,000.
The statistics 'showing the tremendous
number of oersons transported to the In
auguration have Just been compiled by
railroad officials.
The railroads which brought the people
here are the Pennsylvania. Baltimore and
Ohio, Chesapeake and Ohio. Southern, and
Richmond, Fredericksburg and Fotemac.
They all enter the union station, where
most of the visitors embarked.
The records of the, persons are kept by
the conductors oftne trains, tacn one
of them who came in with a train, as
usual, kept a record of the passengers
All of the reports of the conductors of
the various railroads were compiled and
the total number of visitors ascertained.
Contraband Order Issued.
The United States has been notified,
through the American Embassy at Con
stantinople, that foodstuffs, supplies, and
fodder will be considered as contraband
of war by the Turkish government when
attempted to be landed along the Gulf
of Keros and the ChataIJa lines for use
of the military forces of the Balkan
allied
Zeppelin Airship Wrecked.
Karlsruhe, Maich 19 While Its crew
was attempting to make a landing dur
ing a terrific windstorm this afternoon,
the new Zeppelin military airship. No.
14. was completely wrecked.
ThaiStybF
Ytm-RgmF
liiprcrUa!
Fat women who are contemplating a
new gown In the mode will have to
contemplate a reduction of their flesh
Deiore tney visit tne dressmaker
Fortunately, this Is nothing like the
hard labor it was when one had noth
ing but exercising or dieting to get
results with. Novvadas a short course
of the Marmola Prescription Tablets
should bring any woman, however fat.
to the proportions necessary lor ner
to wear a Dlrectolre gown.
I-et her take a Marmola Tablet
(made In accordance with the famous
prescription, and. therefore, harmless)
after each meal and at bedtime, and
she should verv soon be losing a
pound a day. This result, accomplished
without disturbing one's table cus
toms, forming wrinkles or distressing
the stomach, astonishes ever body.
Even one large case, costing oniv
cents it anj druggist s or the sime
amount direct bv mall from the Mar
mola Company. Farmer Rldg- Detroit.
Mlch gives positive results. This con
stitutes the acme of economj
Easter Flowers
-of Every Variety
The entire store is fairly
abloom with choicest plants
brought in "at their prime"
from our own conservatories.
A display vou should sec.
J. E Small & Sons
WASHINGTON
15th and H Streets
NEW YORK
Waldorf-Astoria and
1153 Broadway.
25 years of
active service
in the musical
circles of the
National Capital.
Secretary of the
National Assn. of
Piano Merchants
of America.
A stock of
Pianos, Sheet Music,
Talking Machines, &c,
sufficient for all
your needs.
Prices and terms
always the best and
most accommodating.
A courteous and
prompt service at .
all times.
Are some of the main
reasons upon which we
solicit your patronage.
Percy S. Foster,
Mason & Hamlin and Other
High-grade Pianos,'
1330 G StreeL
AMUSEMENTS.
Dulin & Martin Co.
Easter
Gifts
OUR stock contains hun
dreds oftf suggestions
for choice Easter gifts
Dainty China, Cut Glass
Sterling Silver, Brass Flower
Baskets, Fern Dishes, &c, at
prices from the least expen
sive to as elegant as may be
desired.
Easter Gifts in fticli
Cut Glass.
Hdnbons Dishes from 11 to 15.
Flower Vases from 11 50 to JS5.
Fern Dishes from $3 50 to 111).
Flower Holders, with wires for
arranging flowers. Cut Glass
Baskets, &c.
Austrian Glass
Flower Baskets and
Vases.
Iridescent Sweet Pea Vases from
50c,
Glass Baskets from J1.75.
Low Shape Flower Vases, with
wire flower holders, from J1.00.
Crystal Vases,
Brass Baskets, Vases,
and Fern Dishes.
Brass Baskets for cut flowers.
from 50c
Brass Fern Dishes from 50c.
Brass Vases from $1.00.
Brass Jardinieres from 11.15.
Dulin & Martin Go.
Pottery, Porcelain. CMaa. Glass,
SUrer, Jte.
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St.
AMUSEMENTS.
HITIAHI TONIGHT AT 8
nrtllVRfUi VIATIVKE SATURDAY.
THE DAUGHTER OF HEAVEN
Br rierrs LoU and Judita Ciutkr. Wita
VIOLA ALLEN
NEXT
WEEK
MVTINEES
W KD.-HAT.
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MRS.
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In THE HIGH ROAD
Trt DAY I Personal Appearance
it 'LILLIAN
4 P.M.! RUSSELL
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Next Wetk .-i Wildron'i Trxidros.
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HEIMLICH HAMilER, Conductor.
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