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r"$s, 535 -" " V " ?-"-?? THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SUNDAY. MAY 17, 1914. "- n CONTINUED FEOM PAOB TWO. the Dolly Madison Chapter of the D. A. R. andThe Mayflower Society at a recep tion from 3 to 5 o'clock en Wednesday afternoon. Miss Beatrice Kaufman is spending several weeks In Baltimore with Miss Edith Rosenbustu Mrs. Gordon R. Cowle and Mrs. Luther Frlerson entertained at a tea dance yester day afternoon at the Burlington In com pliment to Mrs. Horace Frlerson, of Co lumbia, Tenn., guest of the former. 'Mrs. Martine. wife of Senator Martine; Mrs. Theodore Tiller, Mrs. James R. Mil ler, Mrs. R, L. Taylor, Jr., -and .Mrs.1 Carnes assisted. - Mrs. Rudolph Forster wife 'of Mr. Ru dolph Forster, executive clerk at the "White House, and their son, Warren Ru dolph Forster, a student at Phillips Exeter Academy, New Hampshire, will sail June 25 to spend four months la France and England. Mrs. Andrew T. Smith and little daugh ter, Clara, have returned from a ten days' trip to Norfolk. Mrs. Theodore Boynton will close her apartment at the Burlington on Tues day and go to New Tork preparatory to sailing, on Saturday for Europe. Mrs. Boynton's brother,' Judge Walter V. Berry, will meet her In New Tork and will accompany her abroad. Miss Dunn, daughter of Representa tive and Mrs. Thomas B. Dunn, will return to Washington today from a Tisit of several weeks In New York. Mr. W. Wetmore Cryder and his daughter. Miss Mary Cryder, will leave Washington July 1, for Hawthorne Inn, East Gloucester, Mass., where they will spend the rest of the summer. They have made East Gloucester their summer home for several seasons past. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Loeb. of Annapolis, Md.. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Echiftman. of Harvard street northwest. The Mexican mediation representatives who are now in Washington on then way to Niagara Falls to attend the meet ing of'the mediation board, will probably be the guests of Senor Godoy, Mexican Minister to Cuba, in a box at the Co lumbia tonight to hear Mr. Alberto L. Godoy lecture on Mexico. The boxes and seats for the lecture have been taken by hundreds of the warm friends of the Godoy family. Miss Yvonne de Trciville. the grand opera singer. Is making a social visit to Washington, and is a guest at the New Willard. She is on her way to New York from a Southern trip. Ep.rlv next month Mr. Justice and Mrs. ft illis VanDcvanter will leave Washing ton to spend the summer In Michigan. The Misses Doris and Caroline Oppen- hcimer have returned to Baltimore after a thre weeks visit to Mr. ana airs. M llano. Count on Bernstorft has accepted an invitation to occupy a box at the con cert to be given by the Concordia Male Chorus of Wllfcesbarre, Pa., on" Wednes day exenlng. Count von Bernstorft is now in Pennsylvania, and ill- probably keep the engagement before returning to Washington. Mr and Mrs. Francis E. Leupp have closed tneir nouse in aixiecum mm i i have gone to their summer place atl Trynsham. Mass.. for the entire season. I MIs Ethel L. Leupp is with them. I I Mr. and Mrs. Perry Heath will leave the city for their summer home at Ches ter. Noa Scotia, the first week in June. 'CHEVY CHASE. Mrs. E. N. Wright is entertaining her aunt. Mrs. William Sloan, of Newark, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Williams have taken possession of their new home. Con necticut avenue and Morrison street. Mrs. William Limerick was hostess for her card club last Tuesday evening. Mrs. M- B. Hopper will be the next and last hostess for this season. Mrs. A. L. Varella entertained at lunch eon on Thursday in compliment to Mrs. Everett H. Hoffman, of Philadelphia. Covers were laid for eight. Miss Weaver returned Wednesday from a two months' visit to relatives in Ohio. Mrs. Robert C. Malcom left Tuesday for New York. Mrs. L. D. Underwood entertained on Wednesday afternoon at a small card party at the Columbia Country Club. Mrs. Adam Schneider and mother, Mrs. Haywood, have returned from a week's stay In New York. The Chevy Chase branch of the Flor ence Crlttenton Mission held its annual meeting last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. E. E. Stevens. The election of offl- tir Do you sleep well during the hot weather? There's no reason why you should not hve good, restful sleep during the summer. The right kind of bed makes a pleasure of your sleeping hours. - If you've been in the habit of tossing and turn ing through the hot nights let us show you the rem edy. One of our handsome, substantial brass beds is not expensive; a soft, cool, evenly tufted mattress is a sleep producer; and we'll show you a spring that will not sag. This is the best remedy for what you may have been calling "insomnia." We've beenhe doctor in hundreds of cases and always effected a cure. If you'd like the bill charged, tell us what will be convenient for you to pay each week or month and we'll readily arrange satisfactory terms. Peter Grogan 8i7-87thst. Our Credit Accommodation Brings Home Comfort. I - xNrVl sBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB"i'Wr,.BBBBBsH Ir MISS GRACE Younger daughter of Senator and Mrs. A. J. Gronna of Northa Dakota, who makes two trips to the Peabody Institute, In Baltimore, each week, to study piano music cers resulted as follows: Mrs. W. S. Corby, president; Mrs. Fred Trcuieven. vice president; Mrs. G. J. Kasselman, re cording secretary; Mrs. L. M. Prior, cor responding secretary, and Mrs. O. H. Fowler, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Steuart will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John I. Rldgway for a month, when they will spend the summer in Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Bates will oc cupy the Steuart home during their ab sence. Miss Ada Richardson is home from New York. The reception to Canon Austin and Mrs. Austin on Wednesday was a brilliant af fair. The Community Club met last Monday at the home of Mrs. Alexander. Mrs. Jesse C. Adklns returned Friday from a short stay In New York. The Columbia Country Club gave the J first of a series of chicken dinners on Thursday evening for its members and guests. Mr. Verrel and Miss Jane Hodges Jointly entertained their card club last ....! ",,,, . . , .. Mrs. A. M. Jackson was hostess for the last meeting of the season of the Round Table on Wednesday evening. Dr. Simp son cave a talk on "Birds." The elec- tion of officers 'resulted as follows: Mrs. Stone, president: Mrs. Harper, secretary and treasurer, and Mr. Adklns, chairman of the program committee. GEORGETOWN. Miss Entwisle is entertaining as her house guests Mrs. John Bailey and Mrs. Charles Dodd. of Summit, N. J. Mrs. Margaret L. Harvey, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. G. Smith, at the Naval Hospital, New York, for the last three months, returned home Thursday. Mrs. S. S. Edmonston returned Thurs day from Chicago, where she spent the winter with her daughter. Mrs. E. J. Farrell. Mrs. Edmonston leaves tomor row for East Orange. N. J., where she will spend some time with her son, Mr. Preston Edmonston. Mrs. S. R. Moore and baby, who have been the guests of her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. H." B. King, leave today for their home, Charlotte, N. C Mrs. and Miss Bucky are occupying their home, 3111 R street, and have as their guests, Mrs. Walton and daughter Jessie, of New Jersey. Mrs. Green, of Duluth, Minn., is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Grady. Mrs. Lydia Hodgson was given a sur prise birthday party Wednesday evening - I Oojffiixht hy O. V. But. GROITXA, by her daughter. Mrs. A. F. Roberts. The house was decorated with palms and roses, and the guests numbered about eighteen. Miss Harvey left yesterday for a months' visit to her sister, Mrs. C G. Smith, at the Naval Hospital. New York. The Misses Dodson have as house guests Miss Nettie Waugh, of Harrison burg. Va.. and Mrs. 'James D. Robinson, of New "York. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Suter and family hae given up their house, 1C4 Twenty ninth street, and will make their future home In Virginia. Mr. John Magruder passed through town Thursday from Mexico, en route to his home in Fredericksburg, Va. Mr. Kennard Ware spent the week-end with friends at Shepherdtown. Rev. J. H. W. Blake and Mrs. Blake have spent the past week In Atlantic City. Mr. Blake returned in time to con duct Sunday services, and Mrs. Blake is expected home tomorrow. Miss Carolyn Waters, of Norfolk. Va., who has been the guest of Mrs. James Young, has left. ROCKVILLE. Teachers of the Rockvllle High School and a few others were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. M. Donaldson Knight, near Rockvllle. Wednesday evening, those present including Misses Elberta T. Rice, Edith Ford. Virginia and Mary Brewer, Mary C. Davis, Frances L. Horner, Theo dora Bailey, Alice Hepburn, Cecelia D. Kllgour. Prof. Willis B. Burdette. Ed win W. Broome. Prof. Charles G. Myers, and Wilson S. Ward. Mrs. A. L. Weber entertained the In quiry Club at her home at Alta Vista Monday afternoon, a number of the members and a few others being pres ent. Mrs. John R. Henderson and Mrs. Lucy Smith were named to represent the club at the annual meeting of the County Federation of Women's Clubs at Kensington next week. The Misses Windham have had as guests Misses Val Sloane and Charlotte Langhenry. of Washington. The Mite Society of the Southern Methodist Church was entertained at the home of Miss Adelc Maus Wednesday evening. Miss Anna Farquhar entertained the Woman's Club at her home at Sandy Spring Thursday afternoon. Dr. W, H. Janncy has moved from Germantown to Lcesburg, Va., where he will practice medicine. Thomas C. Homlllrr and Miss Bessie M. Rlcketts, both of Seneca, were married recently by Rev. O. A. Gllllngham. pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Darnes town. The ceremony took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Rlcketts. In the presence of a few relatives and friends. The ladies of St. Paul's Methodist Church, at Kensington, gave a reception to the new pastor. Rev. Charles T. Weede. HYATTSVILLE. Miss Lillian J. KeliogR, of Baltimore County, has been visiting friends near Bladensburg. Mr. and Mrs. William Howard, enter tained the members of the Auction Bridge Club this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Myers, of Fredericksburg, Va., have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Fahney, Maple avenue Mrs." Bucklin. of Baltimore, Is visiting her son, Mr. Edward G. Bucklin, Maple avenue. Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Lawrence, of Bal timore Coun'y, arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Otway B. Zantzinger.' Mr. and Mrs. S. Marvin Peach have returned from MItchellsvllle. where they visited the formers' parents. Dr. and Mrs. John Peach. Mr. A. W. Tupper has returned to his home in Spencer street after visiting his parents In Blnghamton, N. Y. I Miss Helen Virginia .McFarland lg visiting In Baltimore. Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wells return tomorrow from a fortnight's visit In At lanUc City. Members of Memorial M. E. Church tendered. a reception to Rev. and Mrs. M. F. Lowe Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gates, of Horse Head, have been visiting in Washington this week. j Mrs. Blanche" Strong, of Washington. has been visiting relatives at Baden, in Prince George. County. ' Mrs. J. -K Scully, of Baltimore, has been vtaiUnx Mr. and Mrs. J. St. Linden Briscoe near (Brandywlne, Prince George County. The Afternoon MO Club met Tuesday at thejioroe of Mrs. James C. Rogers, Johnson avenue. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Franklin G. Tlngley. Mrs. Charles H. Welsh and the hostess. ji -.-. ir-Ar11r SlUMr. ftf jir. "u -.to. -, ... -" Upper Marlboro, gave a reception Wednes day uight, to Mr. anaairs. btoh c Judge-arid Mrs. Bryon Ambler and Miss Ambler are visiting Rev. and Mrs Francis E. McManus in Upper Marlboro. Miss Katherlne Kalbfus. of Washing ton, has'vlilted friends near Glenndale. Mr. and Mrs- James G. Henderson, of Baltimore, have returned from visiting friends near Bowie, JPrlnce George County. Miss Alice B. Can- has returned from a six weeks' visit with friends and rela tives In Baltimore. Mrs. A. Holly, of Baltimore. Is visit ing her sister. Mrs. Whedbee. of Sea brooke. The Misses Frances and Jennie Mc Ceney, of New York City, visited friends near Cheltenham. Miss Carrie Vinton, of Chicago, has re turned from visiting friends near Bladens burg. Mrs. T. Howard Duckett and children have returned from several weeks visit with relatives In New York State. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Y. Jenkins, of New Orleans. La., returned from a visit of several weeks to friends near Chlllum. LAUREL. Miss Bessie Catnip, of Seabrook, was the guest Sunday of Mrs. C. J. Halver son. Mr. Bradley, of Fredericksburr. was the guest of his son, James E. Bradley, for the week-end. Miss Mary Bedford Snowden, who was visiting her uncle, John Bnowden, has returned to Baltimore. Mrs. William R. Bushby visited In Washington Tuesday. Mrs. H. W. Connor has returned to In dianapolis, after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Le Pago Crommiller. Miss Agnes Sharretta, of Baltimore, was the guest last week of her cousin, Mrs. Clay J. Halverson. Miss Margaret Aull recently visited Mrs. George P. McAney. Mr. K. B. Keeper, of Baltimore, will lecture Thursday evening at Trinity M. E. Church. Mrs. Frederic Dallam and Mrs. James E. Bradley visited in Baltimore Thurs day. Mrs. T. Watts Byerly has returned fronT a visit to Mrs. Hope. In Virginia. Mrs. Josh Crommiller visited in Balti more last week. ALEXANDRIA. Mifs Cora DufTey is visiting friends in Lynchburg. Va. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Rawlins, of Orange. Va.. sister of Mrs. Frank Larmond, this city, and Mrs. Hilda Coleman. Orange Springs. Va.. have returned home after a short visit to friends in this city. Mr. William F. White and Mr. D. W. Stanton are visiting In New York. Mr. Thomas E. Dyson and Mr. Charles T. Hellmuth have returned from New port News. Va. Mrs. J. W. Robins, of Houston, Tex., who has been vislUng Mrs. A. D. Brock tt. h eone to Boston, where she will spend several weeks. Mr. Walter Brown, who has been vls ii. t.1 mntli.p Mr Nnrmsn Treakle. ., . ...ww.. -- .r . Wilkes street, has returned to his home In New Jersey. u nvnV xrnirnlrTf has returned to her home In Berryvllle. Va.. after a visit to her parents, .ir. ana airs. u. William Ramsay. Mrs. John A. Marshall, now of New York, is visiting her brother. Mr. Peter Francis. 1115 Prince street Miss Charlotte Kemper, a Preibyterian missionary to Brazil, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Kemper, at "Rosemont." Rev. -and Mrs. Landon R. Mason, of Richmond, are guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Taylor Burke. Mrs. James II. Mansfield and Mrs. Charles Newton have returned from a visit to Lynchburg, Va. Mr. Oscar F. Carter, of Charlottesville, Va., a former resident of this city, was a visitor here last week. Mrs. J. Taylor Ellyson. of Richmond, has returned home after spending sev eral days as the gues of Mrs. Albert D. Brockett. North Washington street Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Boush an nounce the engagement of their daugh- - Xflaa ATathall,. Max- Rnilnh. And Mr. G. Gordon Asher. of Virginia. The wed ding will take place In June. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Phillips and son of Richmond, are the guests of Mr. and Nail Enamel A brilliant and last ing waterproof polish that will not stain the fingers. Apply a little to each nail, then rub briskly with palm of hand. A most brilliant and lasting polish re sults. Shampoonig a Specialty. MISS LAURA C ADMAN, Gold Seal I iH Washington Halrdress- Ing and Manicure I I Parlors. I I 728 11th St N.W. I MaplewooJ, near Mr. James S. Douglas, Jr.. was week-end guest of Mr. William Gaines, Warrenton, Va. the H. Mrs. L. O. Harding has returned from a visit to Newport News, Va. Mr. Joseph Lowenback Is visiting friends lu Cincinnati, ' Miss Marlon' Negley and Janet Gronau have returned from a short visit to Rock vllle, Md., Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Latham, sr.. have returned from Lynchburg, Va., where they spent the week. Mrs. Harry W. Fletcher and little daughter, of Bridgeton. N. J., are visit ing In this city. r Aldsrman J. Marriott Hill entertained a number of friends Sunday at a. shad bake at the Collinwood Club. Mrs. A. M. Simpson -gave a tea for the Girls Friendly Society of Grace Church. at her home at. Lloyds Station, for' the benefit of the Alexandria Hospital build Ing fund. Mrs. George R. Hill and her cousin. Mrs. Daniel Gordon, have returned 'to their home In South Washington street after spending several months In Balti more. Mr. H. O. Thornton, a former resident, now of Gatun, Panama, Is visiting rela tives in this city. Masonic Affairs. Calendar. LODGES. Mix U-Potoraae Na I: B. B. rrradi. No. 15, E. A.; Asaaaua, No. a; Pmttlphs. No. S, F. C; Mount Pkaamt. No. S. Mir l-NtloEll. No. 13. E. A.: AnnlailK, No. 3. bujjnrti: M. if. rirtrr, No. 27. ncUI: Kin Ditid. No. U. Mir S-Wuhtertoa OratasU. No. II, lodtl: Onria, No. S; Eat Gate. No. M. T. X. Mar 21-NitsI. No- t. M. L: Hlnm. No. IB. E. A.; L Fajttta, No. a. F. a; William B. Sin gleton, No. SO. Mar S-St. John'a. No. U. E, A.; Bopa, No. 3. M. M. IIOTAL ARCn CHAPTERS. Mar 1-La Fajette. No. 5; Waahinztoa Natal. No. (, B. A. Mar S-CotambU, No. 1, P. and M. E.; Brisht vood. No. 9L Mar S-Ennka. No. ; Capitol No. 11. r.OTAL AND SELECT MASTERS. Mar 19 Waahi>on Oooncu. No. 1. Mar H Adoniram, No. 2. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR COHMANDEItlES. Mar I-Or1nt. No. 5. Mar 2D Potomac. No. 3. ANCIENT 1ND ACCEPTED SCOTTISH BJTE. Majr It-Mllhns lodje of Perfection. No. 1. VEILED PBOPHETS. May IS KaDlpoha Grotto, No. IS, cemnoniaL EASTEltN STAR CHAPTERS. Mar lS-Ruth. No. 1, Mar I-MUrab. No. . Mar 20 Atwne. No. 10. Mar 3-Eathtr, No. 5. Mar S-TV.oma. No. 12; Cathedral. No. It; St. John's. No. IS. Aarenaloa Day to Be Observed. Pursuant to the custom heretofore pre vailing, the duty of making arrange ments for Ascension Day services de volves this year upon Orient Commander-. No. 5. The several commanderies of the Dis trict of Columbia are requested to as semble In full Templar uniform on Thursday, May il, at 7 o'clock, p. m., preparatory to attending services at the Metropolitan Baptist Church, Sixth and A streets southeast. The commanderies wilt form In two divisions, viz: First division-Orient Commandery, No. S, on the west side of Thirteenth street, right resting on H street: Washington Commandery. No. L on the north side of New Tork avenue, right resting on Thirteenth street. Second division Columbia Command er. No. 2, on the south side of New Tork avenue, left resting on Thirteenth street: Potomac Commander. ??o. 3, on the north side of H street, right resting on Thirteenth street: De Molay Com mandery. No. on the south side of II street, left resting on Thirteenth street: the Grand Commander), in carriages, on H street, east of Thirteenth street. The line will move promptly at 7:13 p. m.. In platoons of eight files. The line of march will be as follows: South in Thirteenth street to Pennsyl vania avenue, east in Pennsylvania ave nue to First street northwest, north in First street to B street, east in B street to First street northeast, south In First street to East Capitol street, east in East Capitol street to Sixth street northeast, north In Sixth street to Metropolitan Baptist Church at A street northeast. After saluting the Grand Commandery, the constituent commanderies will enter the church In columns of twos, swords In scabbards, at secure, uncovering with right hand, in the following order: Wash ington Commandery, No. 1; Columbia Commandery. No. 2; Potomac Command ery, No. 3; De Molay Commandery, No. 4. and Orient Commandery, No. 5. At the conclusion of the services the commanderies will promptly reform in columns of fours as follows: Washington Commandery, No. 1. on the east side of Sixth street, right resting on A street. "" Columbia Commandery, No. 2. on the west side of Sixth street, left resting in A street. Potomy Commandery, No. 3. on the south sC . of A street, right resting In Sixth street. De Molay Commandery. No. 4, on the north side of A street, left resting in Sixth street Friendship Chapter Plan for Class. Friendship Chapter. D. E. S.. held its regular meeting Tuesday evening. The degrees were conferred and a social hour enjoyed In the banquet hall. At the next meeting Tuesday. May IS. the degrees will be conferred on a large class, and by request the floral degree and drill will be given in the hall at this meeting. A number of the grand officers will be present. A theater party will be given at Poll's Monday, May 15. both matinee and evening, for the benefit of the chapter. Grotto to Hold Ceremonial. Kalllpolis Grotto, No. 13. M. O. V. P. E. R.. has completed arrangements for Its big spring ceremonial at the New Willard. Tuesday, May 19, at 7:30 p. m. Monarch P. R. Pullman expects this to be the largest attended ceremonial that the grotto has ever held. The band, or chestra, and glee club have been rehears- ing for many weeks, and are in fine shape to put on a splendid entertainment. Several new stunts will be Introduced and a buffet banquet will be served "Willard style." Initiation will be work- ed short form or "Painless Process." The officers expect to ferry at least 100 Neophytes across the River Styx. Final arrangements will be made at this cere monial for the Richmond trip June S, 9. and 10. Grand Mntron Visits Fidelity Chapter. The meeting of Fidelity Chapter, O. E. S. XV. D.). last Tuesday evening was one of the most Interesting In the history of the new chapter. Grand Ma tron Jessie W. Coles, who has become so universally popular, made her first visit to Fidelity on this occasion, and her address was full of commendation and encouragement. She was followed by Past Grand Matron Smith, of Areme Chapter, who never fails to bring good cheer to her listeners. Rev. C. E. Wise, of Fidelity Chapter, one of the promi nent young ministers of Washington, spoke of the religious sentiment embod ied In the tenets of the order and em phasized the opportunity for the kind of work that makes for the betterment of the community. Bradford Knapp, patron of Naomi Chapter, expressed the opin ion that the Order of the Eastern Star afforded several avenues of great edu cational advantages. Mrs. OUie Jooe, Mrs. W. M. Mllane, Richmond, Va. of Ruth Chapter, entertained with the beautiful solo, "I, Love Ton." The following members were received into the ...chapter: Mrs. Lillian R. Wil son. Misses Pearl ana Annette Herring, and Mrs. Coogan. Masons to Play Ball. I i . . The coming ball, game to be staged at the 'American League Park June 9), prom' lies to be the big event of the Masonic year. The competing teams will De com nosed of master Masons, who are nu merous enough to cotr-pose two great all star teams. Harmony Lodge. No. 17. claims to have a better aggregation of ball tossers than the balance of the lodges combined and will be given a chance to prove Its claims on the event ful 20th day of June, when its team wiu tackle the bunch of "fence-busters" un der the management of "Biuy setts. whose 'many years of experience In the baseball world has taught him enough to rather together a tip-top team. In addition to the game, the Grotto Band will be on hand to -liven matters up, and ft Is expected also to have the Shrlners with their n."CO,orjo Dana on nana.- ine proceeds of the game Is to be devoted to the Masonic and Eastern btar Home ana a goodly sum Is expected to be realized In this war. The Joint committee which will man age the' affair consists or KoDerl 11. Young, chairman; C. T. Mllans, vice chairman: Bert Nye. secretary; Wo,Ife, treasurer. This is a live commit tee and every Masonic organization in this Jurisdiction Is "boosting" the affair. ' The committee on the sale of tickets Is composed of -L. B. Nye, Federal Lodge, No. 1; Robert F. Mentzel. Columbia Lodge. No. 3; Otto Roepke, Naval Lodge. No. 4: W. M. Hoffman. Potomac Lodge. No. 5; Charles D. Shackelford, Lebanon Lodge, No., 7; Everett Taylor, New Jerusalem Lodge. No. 9: Theo. Moore. Hiram Lodge. No. 10; Calvin Mllans. St. John's Lodge. No. 11; Robert Harvey, National Lodge, No. 12; Leon Steuart. Washington Centennial Lodge, No. 11: Charles E. Hood. B. B. French Lodge, No. 13; Charles Boyd. Dawson Lodge. No. 16; Rufus Pearson, Harmony Lodge No. 17; William Conner. Acacia Lodge. No. 18; Albert Glaze. Lafayette Lodge. No. 19: Charles Granholm. Hope Lodge. No. 20: Alfred Grimes. Anacfstla Lodge. No. 21: R. A. Bogley. G. C. Whiting Lodge. No. 22; John Gordon, Pentalpha Lodge. No. 23: Phillip Brown. Stansbury Lodge. No. 24; George Selbert, Armlnlus Lodge, No. 25; Alvin Hathaway. Osiris Lodge. No. 26; Frank Groh. Myron M. Parker Lodge, No. 27; William Parry. King David Lodge. 'No. 28: Enos Ham den. Takoma Lodge, no 23; Anthony Ray, William R. Singleton Lodge. No. 30: James Casebeer. King Solomon Lodge. No. 31; L W. Herron. Temple-Noyes Lodge. No. 32: William Hackett. Mount Pleasant Lodge. No. 33. and W. Grant Lleualien. East Gate Lodge. No. 31. Potomac Lodire Celebrates Anal- -rermmry. Potomac Lodge, No. 5. F. A. M.. cele brated Its 125th anniversary with appro priate ceremonies last Wednesday even ing at the Masonic Hail. Georgetown. The members of this famous lodge took occasion to share the evening's pleasures with their families, and It truly was a real family reunion. In addition to the members and their families, many guests were present, and all expressed them selves as more than pleaded with the very excellent entertainment offered. The program opened with selections by an orchestra, composed of some of the best known musicians of the citv. fol lowed by the address of welcome by Wor shipful Master W. M.TIoffman. Mr. El mer Klopfer gave a mandolin solo, with piano accompaniment by Miss Delia White. Mr. Paul Grove won the hearty applause of the audience with his humor ous taikfest. One of the most enjoyed numbers of the evening was the violln celk solo by Mr. Dore Wolfsteiner. with piano accompaniment by Miss Dorothy Snyder. Miss Margery Snyder was at he- hest In two violin solos. Mrs. B. D. Shreve's beautiful soprano voice was heard to advantage In "A Perfect Lady." and she was compelled to respond to an encore. A tenor solo was given by Mr. A. Clifford Wllklns. with piano accom paniment by Miss Snyder. The orchestra then delighted the audience with porjular selections while refreshments were being served. The entire audience then ad journed to the adjotnlntr ballroom, where dancing was vnjoyed until a late hour. Much credit Is due J. G. Huddleston. chairman of the committee on arrange ments for the anniversary celebration, whose thoughtfulness was evidenced throughout the evening for the pleasure of the guests. One of these expressions came In the form of beautiful bouquets or. roses, wnien were presented to each lady who assisted In the program of the evening. The other members of the com mittee were L. C McNeil. Isaac Birch. A. S. McCoy. W. F. Barlow, W. S. Wad dey, and Dr. C. T. Llndsey. Colnmbia Commandery Confers Order. Eminent Sir Seaton W Trunnel. com mander of Columbia Commander. No. 1 Knights Templar, has started in his term as commander with all the zeal and thoughtfulness for the future welfare of the commandery that has marked his entire career as a sir knight and during his rise In the official line of Columbia. The first conclave under Commander Trunnel's official hand was one of en thusiasm and good-fellowship. Retiring Commander Frank E. Gibson was pres ent, and was presented a past com mander's Jewel and sword by Past Com manders John A. Moyer and Alexander Grant. The Orde- of the Red Cross was conferred by the new officers In a most Impressive manner. Chairman of Stew ards Sir Knight Matthes was responsi ble for the success of a big banquet At the conclave last Friday night the A I A gift that the bride will cherish because of Its extraordinary beauty and uniqueness. Step In and I'll show you specimens of my work that will bring forth exclamations of delight. White china at attractive prices; also all dectorators" ma terials. THE CHINA SHOP i MRS. M. IV. 725 TENTH STREET. E. P. TAYLOR 709 G Street N. W. Tki Fuautaie Mai, Where Yon Can Bay High-trade Ftiruhire at Abe-rt Oae-half. WK SELL TOUR FaUEHOS AXD NEiOHBORS BSTABilsnED IS TEARS- same' enthusiasm marked the entire pro ceedings of the evening. Including: a short business session, followed by the con" ferrlng of the orders of the Temple and Malta. Proceeding f Grand Commsslery The nineteenth annual conclave of the Grand Commandery'.of Knights Templar of the District of Columbia was held last Monday night. The following officers were chosen for "the ensuing Templar year: Chsrles T. Llndsey. grand com mander; Edwin B. Hesse, deputy grand commander; Lem Towers, Jr., grand gen eralissimo; William S. Parks, grand cap tain general; William F. Gude. grand senior warden; Charles E. Baldwin, grand Junior warden: Paul R. Hicock. grand prelate; John H. Small. Jr.. grand treas urer; Arvlne W. Johnston, grand re corder; Fred S. Cawion. grand standard bearer; Adolphus Gude. grand sword bearer: John A. Moyer, grand warder, and Jacobus 9. Jones, grand captain of the guard. Sir Edward P. Hazleton was appointed Inspector general In place of Sir Francis J. Woodman, who declined reappointment. Sir Gratz E. Dunkum was appointed In structor general of the work. The fol lowing standing committees were ap pointed. Finance Sirs Alexander Grant. William S. Qulnter. Jarrett G. Huddle ston, Warren W. Biggs, and Guy M. Neely. Charters and dispensations Sirs Henry K. ''Simpson. Harry F. Riley, Court F. Wood. William E. Miller, ane John W. MichaeL Unfinished business Sirs Francis J. Woodman. Thomas IS. Landon, Robert L. Mlddleton, Claude T. King, and Dan W. Beach, Jr. Griev ances Sirs Kenton N. Harper, J. Harry Cunningham, J. Claude Helper. James L. Marshall, and William H. Harrison. Templar Jurisprudence Sirs .Harrison Dlngman, Alex McKenzle. William T. GalUher. Walter H. Klopfer, and William K. Reeve. Correspondence Sirs George E. Corson, William H. H. Clseel, Benja min S. Graves, William Mehn, and Walter B. Pettus. Extracts from the grand commander's annual report follow: "It is with deep regret that my first official communication to the Grand Com mandery should be the announcement of the death of our much-beloved Sir Knight E. Sir George Gibson, past grand com mander and grand treasurer of the Grand Commandery. which sad event occurred at his residence in this city May 19. 191A "On August 7, 1913. there passed Into the presence of our Supreme Commander the soul of one of the kindliest sir knights that ever blessed this or any other Grand Commandery, Charles W. Hancock. "It Is with deep sadness that I report the passing of E. Sir Charles A. Stockett. Sad at all times is the coming of the Brim tyrant, but when that coming is In the form of a cowardly assassin, more than ever Is It to be deplored. "In addition to the above, the following members of this Grand Commandery have passed to their reward during the Tem plar year Just closing: E. Sir Carl E. Burgdorf, past commander, De Molat Mounted Commander". No. 4. June 1", 1913. and E. Sir Jesse F. Grant, past com mander, Washington Commandery, No. L December 22. 191. "I recommend that pages be set apart In our proceedings to perpetuate the re membrance of these sir knights. "Acting under the authority contained In an article of our grand constitution. I tendered to R. E. Sir John IL Small. Jr., past commander of Columbia Command ery. No. 2, and for many years president of the Masonic Temple Association and to whose untiring services the success of the enterprise was largely due. the position of grand treasurer of this Grand Commander, rendered vacant by the death of E. Sir George Gibson, grand treasurer. The duties cf the office have been satisfactorily performed, and I con sidered myself fortunate In securing the services of this capable and well-beloved sir knlght- "I also appointed R, E. Sir Harrison Dlngman as chairman and R. E Sir Walter H. Klopfer as a member to fill vacancies in the committee of Templar Jurisprudence created by the death ot R. E. Sir Gibson. "If I allowed myself free reign of ex pression. I fear I would grow overlauda tory of the work of our Commanders' Association for the present year and the great benefit It has been In the life and work of this Grand Commandery. Com posed of the council officers of the several constituent commanderies. it meets monthly, asking jour grand commander and his deputy to meet with them. V. E. Sir Llndsey and myself have been present at nearly every meeting, and the practical result of these knightly reunions has been that I have not been asked to give a Templar decision or a dispensation during the whole year. If disputed matters came up for action, a courteous presentation of controverted points has always resulted In amicable and unanimous acquiescence, and so harmony and concord have been prevalent and your committee on griev ances has no report to make. "On December 19. 191. I received a most cou-teous invitation from R. K. Sir Thomas J. Shryock. president of the as sociation, to be present In Alexandria. Va . February 23 and 24. 1"14. to jrartlcl pate in the proceedings of the annual meeting of the George Washington Ma sonic National Memorial Association. "Recognizing that In honoring the name and memory of our illustrious brother. George Washington, we do honor to our selves. I accepted the Invitation In a per sonal capacity, as this Grand Command ery had had no opportunity to express Itself as to the objects of the association. A to day's sojourn in our sister city and participation in the deliberations of the convention have Impressed me with the conviction that this Grand Command ery should be In line v.ith our Grand Lodge and Grand Charter and be a mem ber of the association, and I recommend CO.NTINCED ON PAGE FOCR. Gift That Will Delight the Bride Something beautiful, artistic, and exclusive of which there will be no duplicate. Precious Hand-Painted China BURTOX, Prop. Phone M. 7722m. -, y 1 i imimMi, 1 ' .- - trOs,?tejVi . ?23R-- g&K?g&gi5i3-.-. -2T ! j.'ea4.-:ttawifc - -1 l5iMl fcaaox jB-?v VijJMl- tyr.JSWf-i.-j-'-"- - - a l -.