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Dinner at White Of the Speak New .f Society The President and Mrs. Wilsan enteg tabsi at the last of the series of state duers at the White House last even bg, what the Speaker of the House and Mrs Champ Clark were the honor guests. The table decorations consisted of jonquils and farieyense ferns. and after the dinner Mr. Ignace Jan Pad erwaki played several selections. in ehusne Beethoven's Sonata C sharp ,Mor. adagio sosteauto, allegretto. 11esagitato' "Le Carillon do Cythere; "e Canog.' and a group by Chopin. geeing ballade, nocturne. masurka. etude. and pelonaise The guests of the President and Mrs. Wilon were: The Speaker and Mrs. Clark. Senator and Mrs. Clapp. Senator and Mrs. Fletcher. Senator Gallinger. Senator and Mrs. HItchcock. Santor Hollis. Seator and Mrs. James. gsmater and Mrs. Nelson. Senator and Mrs. Owen. Senator Sinunons. Senator and Mrs. Swanson. Senator and Mrs. Tillman. Representative and Mrs. Alexander. Rresntatve and Mrs. Butler. Representative and Mrs. Dent. Representative William S. Greene. Representative Hay. Representative and Mrs. Kahn. Representative and Mrs. Kent. Representative and Mrs. Padgett. Representative and Mrs. Rainey. Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Barnett. Hon. and Mrs. Charles C. McChord. Hen. and Mrs. Winthrop M. Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. Ignace Jan Paderewski. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander H. Galt. Mrs. Richard H. Townsend. Mrs. W. U. Vreeland. Mrs. William H. Boiling. Miss Mary Custis Lee. Miss Anna D. Bolling. Miss Gordon. Miss Agnes Wilson. Miss Burleson. Miss Gregory. Miss Delano. Miss MacMurray. Miss Margaret Wilson Miss Bones. Dr. A M. Fauntleroy. ileut. Commander Robert L. Berry. Dr. Cary T. Grayson. Mr. Bennett C. Clark. Lieut. John A. Baird. Lieut. Paul H. Bastedo T.Lieut. Charlton E. Battle Lieut. James B. Cr.. Laeut. James A. Dort. Lieut. Alexander L. James In honor of the Vice President and Mrs. Marshall and the Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing. the Congressional Club entertained at a reception last even ing which was one of the most charming functions given by the club this season. The roonu were beautlilly decorated with palms. Southern smilax. and pink snapdragons, with silken American flags festooned above the doorways. The Marine Band played and there was danc ing later In the evening. An elaborate buffet supper was served from an oval table adorned with huge centerpiece of pink snapdragons and ferns which sur rounded a tiny grass plot from which rose a miniature cherry tree fashioned from wax and bearing the real fruit. Mrs. Atlee Pomerene presented the club members to the guests of honor. Mrs. Marshall wore a charming gown of cerise tulle over cloth of gold. em brolded in gold and trimmed with gold lace. Mrs. Lansing was very handsome in a cloth of silve- gown. Both ladies carried quaint littl oMl-'ashionel ho, quets of violets and gardenias in lace holders. the gifts of the club. Mrs. Pomerone was gowned in white tulle and crystal hnd carried Killarney roses and lilies of th. valley. The ladies who assisted were Mrs. J. W. Brns. Mrs. Albert Cummins, Mrs G. W. Fairchild. Mrs. Ti. N. Page. Mrs. E. T. Taylor. Mrs. IF. G Donforth. Mrs. J. J. Russell. Mrs. J. F. Byrnes. Mrs. James Reed. Mrs. I. S. Reesde. Mrs. John F Shafroth. Mrs. Thomas Walsh. Mrs. William C. Redfleid. Mrs. Edward Keating. Mrs. Ira C. Copley. Mrs. James Brown Scott. Mrs. J. J. Rogers. Mrs. Percy Quinn. Mrs. John W. Abercrombie. Mrs. Lenore Sherwood. Mrs. Michael F. Phelan. Mrs. Willis C. Hawley, Mrs. George F. O'Shaunnessy. Mrs. E. S. Candler. Mrs Willard Rsrsdale. Mrs. Charles H. Dillon. Mrs. Seth Shepard, Mrs. William R Smith. Mrs. John H. Stephens. Mrs. John A. Sterling. Mrs. W H. Thompson. Mrs. John Q. Tilson Mrs. Frederick C. Stevens. Mrs. Dorsey Shackleford. Mrs. C. B. Timberlake. Mrs Charles H. Townsend. Mrs. John D. Works. Mrs. S. J. Tribble. Mrs. Soutl, Trimble. Mrs. James E. Martine. Mist Ellen P. Wood and Mrs. J. Harry Cov ington. Mrs. Josephus Daniels will not reeyvt today. Mrs. Joseph Briggs Weaver. of New. port News. Va.. Is the guest of MIss Dorothy Gauntlett at her apartment ir the Parkwood. Representative Cannon and Miss Heler Cannon entertained at a dinner of twenta covers last evening in honor of the Sec retary of the Navy and Mrs. Daniels. The Attorney General and Mrs. Greg ery were hosts at dinner last evening whhi their guests Included Mr. and Mrs John E. Laskey. Dr. and Mrs. Frank L PAINFU TriER ON HNDS AND FACE Broke Out In Red Splotches. Would itch and Burn. Could Not Put Hands in Water. HEALED BY CUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT "mes caed-- I hed bee, a suerer bem tseser. My hame ad th would beek ces la wen red asehe which wedd Iteh med bra and he quite peafIM asae.The shawas very mre and in -- end the Ming womd ges -o bed ma I wedd es a e rte the path a~ssed Al tme I coeid nas pas my b e a lse I esmd ass go eel i -a uhi, It was eay Mg and "The I -e As a Sue smis et Cutd - o Ob m - I en el -ome M s ei on I tb pshaepba er esamus nd aemb etsesand lbs ses I.. L1 ag ISP dY - Ave, mm Tmm. 1*35. 10s Sampl 00 1ee by 3.1 nd Bride Give House In Honor er and Mrs. Clark at t6Capital I1 Pleadwell, Miss Kate Hendricks, Mr. . J. Cook, of Philadelphia; Assistant At torney General and Mrs. Samuel J. Gra ham. Mr. Henry Hilliard. Mr. Cafey, Mr. Langworthy. Mrs. Teyton, and Mr. I George W. Anderson. of Boston. Mrs. Gregory will not be at home today. Maj. John Bigelow, U. S. A., retired, 1 and Mrs. Bigelow were the guests in whose honor Col. and Mrs. William H. Arthur gave a dinner party of fourteen covers last evening. Mrs. DeWitt Talmage was hostess at" dinner last evening in honor of Judge and Mrs. Bailey Lamar. There were twenty guests. Miss Alice Whiting and her fiance, Mr. John B. Cochran, were honor guests at a dinner and theater party which Mi Margaret Draper gave last evening. Mrs. John Oliver Morse has cards out for a "housewarming" Friday, February 2. from 4 to 7 o'clock. at her new resi dence, 1641 Harvard terrace. Mrs. Josephus Daniels and Mrs. William C. Qorgas were honor guests yesterday afternoon at a reception at the Club of the Colonial Dames, given by Mrs. Gilmer Breniser. Palms and ferns were used In the drawing-rooms of the clubhouse, with yellow tulips, daffodils, pussy willows, and other spring blossofts. Mrs. Daniels and Mrs. Gorges re ceived with Mrs. Breniser, assisted by Mrs. Edward Gregory, Mrs. Robert N. Page, Mrs. E. Yates Webb, Mrs. Will iam Bailey Lamar. Mrs. Samuel Spen cer, Mrs. Haskell Porcher, and Mrs. Robert Dunn. Mrs. Porcher, who is the daughter of Mr. E. D. Latta, of Charlotte, N. C., and Mrs. Breniser's sister. Mrs. Dunn. came to Washing ton from North Carolina for tht recep tion. Mrs. Adelaide Worth Bagley and Sirs. Charles Baltimore Calvert re received in the inner drawing-room. Mrs. Arthur Lee and Mrs. James Car roll Fraser presided at the punoh bowl, and Mrs. Eugene Van Rensse laer. Mrs. Edward Gheen and Mrs. George Porter were at the tea table. Those assisting in the dining-room were Mrs. Richard P. Williams, Mrs. Minnie Bagley. Mrs. Murray Addison. Mrs. Hughes Oliphant. Mrs. Harry L. Rust. Mrs. Henry C. Crocker, Mrs. Ed ward Kondrup. Miss Sophie Casey. Miss Katherine Overman and Miss Grace Overman. Miss Maybelle Small and Katherine Small. Miss Annie Ihri Pou, and Miss Elizabeth Clason. of Georgia. Miss McCall. daughter of the Gov ernor of Massachusetts. was among the out-of-town guests, and other dis tinguished visitors who attended were Mrs. Ives. of New York, and Mrs. James Robert McKee. Among those entertaining at the Wash ington's Birthday Supper-dance at the Shoreham last evening, were Prince Hohenlohe and Mr. Hedri, of the Austro Hungarian Embassy. Mr. Bjormstorm, Capt. Clark. Commander Galbraith, Rep resentative McLaren, and Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Waggaman. Lieut. Gen. and Mrs. S. M. B. Young entertained eighty guests at a buffet luncheon yesterday in honor of Gen. Young's daughter, Mrs. John H. Gib bons, of Philadelphia. Gen. Young's other daughter. Mrs. Read, wife of Col. George Read, received with Mrs. Young and Mrs. Gibbons. Mrs. Alexander Rodgers will give a luncheon Friday for Mrs. Gibbons. Mr. Theodore Noyes entertained the Washington National Monument So ciety at a reception from I to 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon, following the annual meeting of the society at his house earlier in the day. Presid ing at the tea table were Mrs. Noyes, Mrs. George Boyd. of Philadelphia; Miss Daisy Prentiss and Mrs John W. Thompson. Mr. David R. Francis, of St. Louis, former governor of Missouri, has ar rived at Washington and is stopping at the Willard. Mr. and Mrs. Harry New, of Indiapolis, also arrived there yesterday. Mrs. Edward Norval Fortson was hos tess at a luncheon yesterday in honor of Miss Margaret Warner, who is visiting Mis Elizabeth Overton Lea, sister of Senator Luke Lea. The guests, in addition to Miss Warner and Miss Lea. were Mrs. William Bailey Lamar, Miss Helen Blodgett, Miss Joan Ohl. Mrs. Ross Gravener, Mrs. Fred Brit ten and Mrs. Robert Ransdell. The marriage of Mr. A. Washington Pezet. attach- of the legation of Peru, son of the Minister of Peru, and Mme. Pezet. and Miss Helen M. Leghorn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Rich ard Leghorn. of 49 Verndale street, Brookline. Mass., will take place on March 15. at the home of the bride. No invitations are being sent, as the wedding will be very quiet. r Mrs. Henry D. Clayton, of Alabama. who, with Judge Clayton, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilton Lambert, was the guest of honor at the luncheon which Mrs. Ollie James gave yesterday. The table was prettily decorated with pink roses and sweet peas. The other guests were Mrs. Claude Swanson. Mrs. Hubert Dent, Mrs. John E. Osborne. Mrs. Wade Ellis. Mrs. Thomas Slattery, of Covington, Ky.; Mrs. Victor Kauffmann. Mrs. Iambert and Mrs. Mary Schluter, Mrs. Mann, wife of Representative Mann. was hostess at a tea at the Shore ham Monday. entertaining a company of twenty-two in the rose room. Mrs. Wesley . Jones, wife of the Sena tor from Washington. will not be at home tomorrow, but will receive with the Congressional ladies at the Cairo next Tuesday. Mrs. Lane. wife of the Secretary of the Interior, will not receive today. Mrs .Houston, wife of the Secretary of Agriculture, will be at home this after noon. She will he assisted by Mrs. WIllaim Crosier, who will pour tea; Mine. de Ia boulaye, Mmne. Urcellu, Mrs. Ira Copley, Mrs. Willard Ragadale, Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Henry Graves and Mrs. Marlatt. Those wishing their fortunes told should visit Miss Lolla B. Baker, the fortuni teller at the Episcopal Eye, Ear Noe and ,Throat Hospital basaar at the Daleigh, March 1 and 2. A parcel postoffiee will he in full oper tion with a large commnittee in attead anos. There will be a surprise pack, age for every ome paying postage thereon On the cn--m.te are Mrs. Charles E Buck, chairma; trom It. Paul's Roei Creek parish. Mae. Emory &. mtisy Mis A. Burem, 'tis Ida V. Wa freos St. Aiba's Church, Mrs. Jms B yapie, Mrs. T. JJaaMrs. Charts1 Gree Church, Miver Uspeag, Mrs Georg 3. Mo~rew; fream Umdms Cheu I =..s r Bicart A. Pyis.Mis M. . ass:from Ut. ABSoW's Chrc 30s 5ar 3. Mnn MNg. EL W. ~m 3 . C, W. Burke, Mrs. 5 . Plate Man, 5. asm Psum a p= U W.ama on,Mrs. Mr . V.A Fsour brnm Vin! !alb. WaMg, Mt . ]. IgM. ml m....d., Mr. and Mrs W. .Dedp. and Kim P. C. Walker. of BstoS, have aried a Washington for an tsois stay and Lte at the eehosam Mas. ediesd wil be at home this aft" rmoon for the last time this seassa. Mrs. E. . Berthof and MO. Derothy Berthot received from 4 to 7 yesterday fternoon. They were sadated by Mrs. anes, Mrs. Allen Lard, Mrs. McAllister gad Mrs. Joseph Steddard. Mrs. Kauffmann and Miss Kautinann rill be at home this afternoon at Airtie. filitary road. They will be assisted in receiving by drs. Albert Douglas. Mrs. Thomas W. .ockwood. Mrs. Seth Shepard, Jr.. Mrs. tudolph Max Kauffmann and Miss Grace 'emple. Mrs. Edward J. McQuade and her laughter. Mrs. George H. Fort, will be it home this afternoon. Mrs. William S. Hogg will be at home his afternoon, when she will be as listed by Mrs. Charles S. Porter, Mrs. rheodore 0 Dewey, Mrs. Dudley Knox Lnd Mrs. Edmund L. Butts. The social committee of the Woman's Evening Clinic will receive this after oon from 3 to 6 at 720 Thirteenth street Misses Alice and Emma Teatman. Mrs. 3. E. Lynn and Mise Sadie Yeatman L~ynn have moved from their home on twelfth street to 41M Seventh street. Pet worth. ar will be glad to see their friends after April 1. The Col. John Donelson Chapter. D. L R,, has postponed its at-home from lebruary 24 to March 2, at the Durling ton, from t to 11 o'clock. Mrs. D. Frank Mebane, who was the guest of Judge and Mrs. Charles Howry, returned to her home in North Carolina yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carruthers Jef ferds, the latter formerly Mrs. Frederica Rust. are guests at the Ponos de Leon at St. Augustine, Fla. Mr. Louis L Coudert, of New York, Is in Washington for a few days. and is at the Shoreham. One of the most interesting events of Hyattsville society this season was the dance given under the auspices of/the Ravenswood Tennis Club in Masoni' Hall Monday evening. __About forty couples attended and the affair was In every re spect a pronounced success. The hall was attractively decorated in the club's colors, red and black. Among those pres ent were Misses Stella McFarland, Mary Deckelman. Corrine McFarland, Myrtle Hall. Dorothy Pasch. Msse Myers, Gladys Shipley. Marie Knight. Core Sea horn, lucille Knight, Dorothy Coates. Helen Bowie. Marjorie Hill, Leonora Hill. Lillian Spreckelmeyer, Dorothy Do ing. Florence Beall. Josephine Lewis. Juanita Lewis, Marguerite Myers. Cathe rine Weeks. Mildred Husted. Louise Johnson, Anna Knight, Sigmunda Czarra, Marie Chase. Ruth McBrien. and Angela Irvin, and Messrs. Frederick Thompson. Paul Blundon. Charles Fenwick, Carl Furmann, K. B. Ketner, Phillip Mitchell. Joseph Volka. Samuel W. Beall. Robert White, Ernest Pywell. Cecil Traband, Olin Leech Beall. Eugene Bennett, Charles Weeks, Galen Sturgis, Hugh Sturgis, Matthew Halloran, Eugene Bretsford, Henry Deckelman, James Mills, Edgar Czarra, Edward A. Fuller. Jr., and others. The chaperones were Mesdames Deckelman, Hill, Allen, Paul, Coates. Bowie, Seahore, and Wilson. Carnival spirit was rife at the ball given by Mrs. Roy Crowe on Friday evening at the Bethesda sceoelhouse for the benefit of the school. The ball was a great success and was attended by many prominent people of Washington snd Rockville. The ball opened at 8:2 o'clook with a grand march, led by Mr. John Chrisman, of Washington, and Mrs. Roy Crowe. of Bethesda, whose costumes were gorgeous. Mrs. James Wilson, of Bethesda, was dressed as a queen. Mr. Howell Gross, of Washington. was dressed as Aunt Jemima and had the crowd of approxi mately 400 people in an uproar from the time he arrived until midnight, when the ball broke up. Music was furnished by Mr. Crowe and his orchestra. After the ball Mr. and Mrs. Robey gave a midnight supper to the guests, which was marked with much brilliancy. It was estimated that there was enough money made from the ball to do all necessary repairs to the school. The marriage of Mr. Norman F. Hines and Miss Minnie O. Baker, both of this city, took place In the First Presbyterian Church last Tuesday evening, the Rev. James B. Clark officeating. The young couple will reside at 400 Fifth steet northeast, and - will be at home after March 1. The students of Martha Washington Seminary celebrated Washington's Birth day with a dinner party last evening. which was served in the red room at the Willard. Mrs. Joseph J. O'Donohue, Jr.. and Miss Gladys O'Donohue and Miss Ethel O'Donohue. of New York, arrived here yesterday and are stopping at the Wil lard. HOROSCOPE. "The stars incline, but do not compel.' Wednesday, February 23, 1916. According to astrology this is a day in which to exercise great discretion in all affairs. While Uranus and Neptune are strongly malefic in their sway. Venus is friendly late in the day. The rule is a most dangerous one, the seers declare, for the association of men and women, whether lh business or socia affairs. Deceit and treachery are foe tered by the stars. For all cases in which sober judgment and wise decision are required this plane tary government is most unfortunate. All matters of diplomacy shoTald be de ferred. The President of the United States and his Cabinet have a dIrection indicati misrepresentation and trouble, which maj lead to serious resulta. Foes both domes tic and foreign are Indicated. The configuration is not favorable foi commerce or for ventures on the sea. A railway wreck followed by a ihr again is foretold by the seer's. A boom in the stocks may cause heavy losses, as it will he followed by a col. lapse of the market, due to an unaue. seen incident. Foreiga loans continue under a rut that is exosedingly sInister. Theatrical managers who complete plans for next season before the clos of this month will be most fortunate, Wonman sultrage comes under a swas presaging disappolntment, bust In Statei where women vote much activity .a de noted in national affairs. Officials at Washington are warn that the summer is exceedingly threat ening fer national affairs, owing to ta ternal trobles, im~uding seome sort ofa Congramoala ...satin. Perserns whes birthdat. it is may hay many begstes disouragemaete duirini the year, but they have the augury a utimate snanes. Children beth en this day may he. many vImius e life. Neptsn I their pg m W b# lae a Features' fr Today. DRANDALL'S APOLLO-Mary Pick ford In "A Girl of Yesterday." CRANDALL'8-manche Sweet. Owes Moore, and Mae Marsh in "The Escape." 3ARDEN-"A Corner in Cotton." ITRAND-".he Wonderful Wager." RIPPODROME-"In the Night." EMPRE88-Theda Bara in "The Ssep snt" ID CITY-"Island of Regeneration" VICTORIA-"Slim Prmoe-. COLONIAL-"The Sporting Duchess." HOWARD-"The Battle Cry of Peace." DUMBARTON-"The Rosary." MEADERS AND REVi.tE-"The Rights of Man." AMERICAN-"The Raven." COSMOS-"A Man's Making." LYRIC-"Thou Art the Man." AUDITORIUM-"The Misleading Lady." OLYMPIC-"Greon Stockings." ALAMO-"Lord Loveland Discovers America." WELCOME-"Society Wolves." NAVY-"The Secret Agent." STAR-"Lessons in Love." Features for Tomorrow. CASINO-"Teas of the Storm Country." LEADER-Geraldine Farrar in "Temp tation." CRANDALL'S-Alic Brady in "The Woman in 47." CRANDALL'S APOLLO-Anita Stewart and Earl Williams in "My Lady's Slipper." EMPRESS-Maude Gilbert in "A Fool's Revenge." HIPPODROME-Jane Gall and Matt Moore in "Plot and Counterplot." ARCADE-"Sins of the Mothers." OOONIAI-"Crooky Scruggs." STAUNTON-"The Cave Man." FAVORITE-"Daughter of the City." HOWARD-"The Battle Cry of Peace." COSMOS-"The Crown Prince's Double." ALAMO-"The Girl and the Game." WELCOME-"The Gamble." NAVY-"HocietY Wolves." STAR-"The Stab." OLYMPIC-Bessie Barriscale in "The Painted Soul." REVERE-"What Will People Say." GARDEN-"A Corner in Cotton." TRUXTON-"Martin Eden." "Ia the Night" at Hfippodrome. In the two-reel Victor drama. "In the Night." produced by Harry C. Myers. the author. Helmar Bergman is said to have followed the ancient rules of Greek drama. He has, in technical language, nearly succeeped in "preserving the unities." That is. he has confined the action to one short, continuous space of time, and with the exception of a few scenes, to one place. Clever planning enables him to keep the action confined to one night, and yet the story Is so well worked out that there Is no suggeston of monotony. Probably great credit for these food re suits is due to the expert direction .f talented actor and producer. Harry C, Myers. "In the Night" will be shown at the Hippodrome today. *seul in Bondage". The most powerfully appealing 'and morally uplifting story of the new year is said to be embodied in Danie! Car son Goodman's "Souls In Bondage." in which the Lubin Manufacturing Company present Miss Nance O'Nell and her sup porting company. It Is no easy matter to provide suitable material for the pro per expression of Miss O'Nell's talents, Dr. Whitney's peqlar artiies s teal leading Magasines have bee. at her ef years. Ne other writer en ell work. ter Dr. Whitney has establia ealiat and is eadowed with the ahti by her readers. She will answer all yesmptly as pssihie. All letters e em elope and sheuld he sddressed e HOW TO GUARD AGAI It behooves all mothers to guard care fully the health interests of their chil dren, since they are overburdoned as it is with their school duties. Plain, nourishing fare, well cooked and tempt ingly served (all sweets and pastries absolutely tabood). should be regularly provided, daily baths for the tonic effec. as well as for cleanliness, proper hours and suffelent sleep in a well-aired roon must all be insisted upon if the healtl is to be preserved. If, with all this care, the body seems overtaxed, an extra year at school will pay in the end, or, better far, entire removal from school For if the health is broken in early youth -what profiteth all else? Have I ever memtioned a wonderfu Russian girl who s in the class witi me at medical school? When she en tered she did not know one word o1 English, yet she wrote all her papers al the close of her first year in out language, During my postgraduate work, when] was making a special study of heart con ditions, she came to us for treatment, ani I was deeply pained to find that stu had advanced heart disease and that tu end was only a question of a very littli while. Before that time came, we hat a number of earnest conversations i which she disclosed the difficulties undel which she hd gained her educatioi and deplored te foolish ambition whici actuate, parents and which spurs-youl girls and boys on to enter the professioni (already so overcrowded) at the risk o broken health and of life, when othe fields of endeavor are beckoning wil surer promise of a comipetence, reputatioi and, above all, health. It has been said that heart disease I on the Increase among us and that over work is responsible for it. As a matte of fact, pure. inadulterated work, neve ineapacitatee any one. We are living 11 a age of keen comnpetitlon; worry t meet the demanda of a complex exlstene ad anxiety lest we fail, is what break .us down. -Net work. we. kills. Don Sworry! I asm only touching upon th most glaring things in our lives that in Sdes heart disesse. And now on Slaat word to allay arous--aprehensaioi rBe plinn-ophlca-. You may say it micuit. Not at all! Just relax and b Sas einel. and fearls as a little chilt Tha gheateet ghfloophess have had th ~sim st Raturg Episttes says: aban nihoi=pilsed in philephy blamas ethers ta utters in was-h ha fareg is I~who ~.be asnate blai I ebe'Wbw paUeSma ithi a-r -e 7tra* ensue Peal -nan AMS ea so&L" but in "'Spula In Bondage" Dr. Goodman is said to have furnished her with a vital human story. "The fscape" at Crandall's. For today and tomorrow, at Cran dafl's, the great D. W. Griffith pro duction of "The Escape." a story of the underworld, will be shown. It. pictures the escape of a woman from the depths of poverty and degradation to a higher and better life. The cast Is an all-star one. including such well known players as Blanche Sweet. Mae Marsh, Robert Harron and Owen Moore. The picture throughout shows the hall mark of the capable Griffith direction. For the remaining two days of the week Alice Brady will be seen in a character unlike any other that she has portrayed. in "The Woman in 4i." Mary Pickford at Ormadall's Appelle Today at Crandall's Apollo Mary Pickford will be seen in one of her greatest successes, "A Girl of Yester day." First she is seen as the prim and unsophisticated reincarnation of our grandmothers, and later as the center of attraction in the modern world of society. In one of these scenes she makes a flight in an aero plane. The picture for tomorrow will be Anita Stewart and Earle Williams in the V. L. S. S. feature. "My Lady's Slipper." a costume play by the Rev. Cyrus Townsend Brady. Thed Bera at the Imapreas. Theda Bara, the far-famed "vampire woman." will be seen in a role entirely to her liking in "The Serpent" at the Empress today. The story is of a Rus sian girl, betrayed by her lover, who wreaks vengeance on all mankind. For Thursday the former ledaing woman of the Poll Stock Company, of Washington, Maude Gilbert. will be seen in an absorbing drama, "A Fool's Revenge," with William T. Hooker supporting. Flarrar la "Temptation." -omorrow. Friday and Saturdar at the Leader Geraldine Farrar, who scored such a big hit with the photoplay fans in "Carmen." will be seen In "Tempta tion." a story which was written espe cially for her by Hector Turnbull. Miss Farrar Is surrounded by a capable cast. including Pedro De Cordoba. Theodore Roberts and several others of the Lasky all-star company. - health and beauty subeets to sew tractiog marked atteatten for a mom'e silar topies Is better equIpped for the bed as enviable reputatien as a acp. ity to make herself easily madersteej letters relating te her departsent an hewld be aeeompanied by a stamp-d ure of this paper. NST HEART TROUBLES. philosophy, but we can strive for it, and in doing so live the simple hy gienic life we must lead if we don't want heart disease. Answers to Queries. South-Bound. Here is a celebrated lotion that you will find generally valuable for freckles and tan: Rose water six ounces; glycerin, one-half ounce; bitter-almond water, two and one-half drams; tincture of bensoin. two and one-half drama; borax, one and one-half drams. Mix. This is Dr. Chevaase's preparation for tan, freckles, pimples and the like. Rub the borax up with the glycerin, grad ually adding the rose and almond waters, lastly the tincture of ben zoin, agitating the mixture all the time. Apply night and morning. Brother. Be sure to read the series of articles on hair and scalp treat ment. They will cover the field quits thoroughly. I am giving you here a recipe that is greatly liked abroad as a restorative scalp and hair tonic: ITincture of cantharides. one ounce: afgirit of rosemary, one ounce; bay rim, eight ounces; olive oil. one-half ounce. An ounce of broken rock sul phur is placed in a wide-mouthed bot Itie, and the above ingredients are added. Rub ia the scalp with rotary massage movements, consuming at least ten minutes. twie daily. (COpyright, iii CHICAGO LITE STOCO, Chago, 46 E.-ROGS-Rseceits, 18.00 beed; tr g.B lk.G siC; light. 7.90a8. unxd. 8.10. -8.31: heary, 5.0a85; rough. l~.0J; : gi. t.la. r' CATrLE-Receiplts, 4,% head: steady. SN inr rbeef vt~ C.75s.5; stockyi and feedrs. 5.4a.33 cous ad begfer. 3.908.B; calves. L.0aIL1.L SBEP-eeits , .0 bead; wesk; wethema, 7.9055.3; lantes 9.5La1.. LIVEEPOOL COTTON MADEET. Iberypool. Feb. U.-CO1TON--6pot quiet and tedy; sood middiug. G.M; niddliag. 1.75; lee mid " diag. 1.03. Sales, SP bean, ieinag 1,,5 Anmi esa and 3.05 fee ur-sntie ad espot; resia AS- I, bls latdag ti*5 Amrkn. lee sa ibie sde, FetAtoy, 7.61%; Fvnary as e Mases T*; Maec ad April. T.5U4; AviD sad May, TMt; May set Jass. T.U%; Jane ad Bety 7;Julr ad Aug5s, TI!; Augue ad Ueptember eteber an5d Octobee, T.31%; Odter anc ,.M;Noember ad Decmber. 7.13% * 4 eiw Jasary.-1.; ammary sad 1%sjar rf IWIF U Wa it et the childeS 0 ag ieattending e4u@at0oa I amai m 13 enitm High Grade-N The New Mod At Prices That Are St The caectio. compries i featuring eiclusive style ins $29.5O-$3 Featuring Reprodicti Joiny CBet v Layina Wwitb B....a mH...w i V. sh.lt srb a Visit Our Mi Bew ching Hata. h Rea". NEW NATIONAL -me Klaw a Mirlanger A George C. Tyler Preent APARDON that the the notable e George Arlie will be n to: ing. e it Itiaction In p1+ is a most dl that treats tinctive char fres of this genius swept this great! life' love-roe peal to you I I fi thseses Wthumg te si wlati BY GEORGE MINER co'cllUU) PEON PAGE SOUR. or the action of It waves sets the two cases rubbing aga~inst each other. In course of time the friction starts a blaze. Rang' The ammunitlion explodes or the .hp takes fire! There is a fair chance that the ship will sink or burn up. or at any rate the munitions will be lost, and that is the ohieet of the whole endeavor. If the fire Is. put out the cause of it is entered in the log as spontaneous combustion. N. Thougft for Lives. Whether any lives are lost or not is apparently of little concern to the agent who spilled It or the fiend out in Pitts burgh t~ho invented it. The governmrent has been aware of the existence of this liqiuid for a number of months, but all the secret servicB could dig up about it was to discover that it was made in Pittsburgh. Then the chem ists were called in to find some way of detecting it. Fortunately no serious results have yet rome from its aplication. but that it has been used many timesr recently the secret service Is thoroughly convinced. A signipicau t fact is that ot of a hun dred and sixteen ships selling loaded with munitions there have been seventy two fires. No wonder Chief Flynn and his sleuths are worried, for the next fire from Pt monttaneous combustion" at sea miht result in a frightful tragedy and not be a simple little affair that was discovered in time to be put out before any great damage was done. German Espionage. People who are not cognizant of what is going on can hardly believe the won derfrl ystem of German espionage thst Is carried on in New York and for that matter In all the other large cities In the country. Most of It is done in the hotels. The agents are nearly all hotel employes, mainly waiters. There is hardly a hotel in the city where they are not active. aIn the Waldorf. the Biltmore. the Ritz Carlton, the Astor, the MicAlpin and the nl a fewu wr~eedy andgo be. aotmpl1 ite aldor th.a was ecnblerd on dtime ombe of t beors any teat draa wh er in iEpo. He.dshre Peoleve waier and nthcognapnt ofht is o hv nting ofhardbetv kind wo logarie on in Nhue. York and for at ioutry. to st op it ist done pershe hoel The agthsad neal sulec ht epwars tinlyht waiterhr ws hary athotel ite bcause wher hng arun o aclose. Iwaitgin the WadrfrheB ltmor theRt Catov.nd he wetrte dicsina the a ftueo theyin areatchfuls and onherrthe the walrfar. Pretsone rtodnti atent tof the famerct tht threegatin ho were iway ithmioy e s.chae noervwiefr them toee caan te nextoday. Obecauren hurcotely pobvieors lesvoearaything idofte tat lime. o ins ont shoue, at itd isg aomost smohesid: oso t otoepro u o thuaway woys. ouretht was b ey looeed v r see pin. as thel think thtth ate asvr.atn iv becuh hoe hugf aspect sof cl. I a sitting le in the o idaf. fewnigts go ithMr.Wili Dt High Priced es for Spring ,rprisingly Moderate mart ultra modish apparel vations of novel character. 5-$40 up ons of Paris Models. 'e.e Checks Perot Tw= .ede Cleth H.mgpos ermy C6th Gaberdiae l ainery Salon I Kodak. N. Dopbcanu. ble Prices. AN[In6roTS. t Wek--SATs TOMORROW g= aDward r.n .a--., Knablameb's the reminder New Comedy seat sale for og m -nse ngagement of tedm" n in Pagaini norrow morn- , a great dis Ly. Paganini stinctive play f a most dis Leter. A. the I mm or t aC the world, so rama of his f nance will rresistibly. So e haard t _e heM Ruimod zi-the .''i Above Sptes r Iteas .o Erest. MP*NT O BTIrCor 6e of Seats Begin K Eary __ spread use they made of the dicta phone. In one of the leading hotels of New York. which is also one of the beat known In the world. agents for six different firms of munition makers took up their quarters a few months ago. They all had rooms in different parts of the hotel and on different Floors. Each one of them looked out for that. It was the hotel where the purchasing agents for foreign govern ments would be most likely to go. Suddenly these munition men all left the place. They scattered around among different hotels and took offices In regular office buildings It was only a few days ago that the reason for their sudden departure leaked out. One of the agents found in his room no less than five dictaphones, all con nected up with a central office. I even heard It stated that dicta ,phones had been inserted in the restau rant tables, where they were hidden by the tablecloth. Naturally, the man ager of the hotel was furious when he heard of it. Out of 18.000 houses In Schenecta dy. N L only 417 are not wired for electricity. A Fine Aid For Mother-to-be We are all greatly indebted to those who tell their experiences. And among the many things which we read about and are of immediate im portance to the expec. tant mother, is a splen did external remedy called "Mother's Friend." This Is ap plied over te muscles of the stomach. It is deeply penetrating In Its intuence. Motbe.s - everywhere tell of its soothing efect, bow It allays pains Incident to stretching of cods, figaments and msaes. They tell of restful comfort, of calm. peaceful nights, an ab. senc of those distresses pcular to the pe. riod of expectancy, relief from morning Sickness, no more of that apprehension with Wischo many young women's minds be. bumirdened. It is a slendid help. Get abilof "Mother's Friend" from your nearest drugist. Ask your husband to get It for you. Trhen wrIte to Bradleld Re ulator Co., Te8 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.. for a very handsome and instructve book. It Is filled with wugestive 4asof great, )aee to al women interetetd lbthe subject of maternity. And bcst of all are so.ne let. ter froms mothers that are real intSrations. IWrit, today. IWe ea go beck belf a centary fo leter, from woen who used "Mdother's Friend." And It was this ort of re-ommeaia- that ertede ita ae until today it Is sged i. almost every drng store Ia the United State, It is oseidssed a d-a--ad remsedy and oe .f the m ien- help. k..w.. Dir--... for ..i.g . .ar,...r y -pye -ledwih ..di i may be ased at any time whenever asdd. Old Point Cornfort Norfolk, Va., &sciaIl'Toms to iemmo,'Hotel Chabrnat. Daily 5erne0. .M.m eoi teameen. cl'n AL(ara ute.L 1 a)TM at. &it. IROLK A.%l) n AhHiNGTON 'I II STRi"ET NORTHMi pnROPEAN PLANt. WASHINUbThWB 3OB' Notedt fo e Cataline end Ps p Sets In a variety of beatifl pat terms. A dainty breakfast est will naturally improve the appe tite. epecially to the i.diipo..d. Our stock includes a variety of nearly ifty of the daintiest and rod charming patters and shapes. in Ealis. French. and German china. Prices from $2.00 to $20.00. .--r. a.em t... mou., nt 1211 1 St. and 1911-18 0 It. IATIONALL-: e. , ----. me.. et sus. Margaret Anglin "Beverly's Balan." LMENDORF Thurs. at 4:0 Brits Isles War tBanedMar.I .t.rad.mr. -ehr .e Italy. Mn. a~ Ba.ut lady . ..wl. LAST COCE'-1-...-TAR SEmIE. FRIDAY. 4t1. Ime. FRANCES ALIA P14in DamS. Bn. OsmO4 MRANK LA FOnCR. Ogp r. 5a~a . a. 71w .~ ? UN SMITM a Wiwmi Ibster1 Tuenday 1n..mfA a. PIANIST JOINT RECITAL BAUER CASALS st. I Cellist. Vasimal Theater. Frid4y, Marc6 I, 4z=. r o'. It G .a Bass. O " (on B. F. KEITH'S E, Mat.a, i e'. Se to .L 'O.ttud an M07? R.Caflas 'mda. Allowed."-atar. ULUAN RUSSELL Melville Elis A trem~e uerdemi. Decry Lento. Eatit Othe Hit.. ".e;. lIHE FMAKUl March 0th weearT f'. DUlDLa * CO. Order Sew. Now for All W'eeks. BELASCO "..oe."'. MAT. TODAY AND SAT. (bate Uo n.' M.... T..re e Robert Treasure Island DRAMATIZED ST JI LEA 1ECErrT GOODMA\ with GEORGE FAWCETT Nett Week-BatUtluag Tuesday D4V10 RFE.t(O Present. FRANCES STARR I. the ,,..t Ntable P., ., the ,e.r MARIE-ODILE The Washingtaa Stage Society N:. Irneet There One-.. flas for The Bemekt of the Blind French Soldiers At I.. BELASCO THEATER Monday N'ght, February 28 . ~ ~ ~ ... I.. l m" le; .t r* g, ' hI.t ent u P0LI'.HT' m I'. '.VI 1 11 EXCEPT ** R M"TI\' E TeslA1 5 "In Walked Jimmy" 50 .\" A H V- 1t nec.. J~~. .in. . e ~ .'. cite 75 -ta; LT _EE K - " LOEW'S COLUMBIA crnnu .o 10:. A. i to 11 P M. BLANCHE SWEET mn THE BLACKLIST T'hursday. Fridmay. Stmrday Itrmrilte 4'lurk 4. * -o et the l'rtfte" Iot n Afenoon. 1ce ise "ght, 10k ii.S c NOSE SYDELL HERSELF Aad l~end..,' Bette. ..tth JOHNNY WEBER '%et-rlim' Majes.tles. GR IAD NUPPIII AND DANCE %T SOLI I ' i i Old Mamemte 1tal1. I th A F stu. N. W. THE R4AA. FEHRI ARit 34. 1914. TtCKlFT%--IFTl tENTS. !'tP-ER 4 TO PD.l)SNE S TO IS. MgIO'TC E EST AT F! ETE ENTH FIREPROOP. yEfeettom et ImddiidmI gervic. U. S. non lua. Maas.