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Kin? Albert and Queen Elisabeth and the Duke ot Brabant were en tertained at dinner last evening- fer Secretary of State and Mr?. Len.lng at their reaidence la Eighteenth ?treet. A reception followed tu. the member? of the diplomatic corpa and a few officiala of tbe State Department not at the din ne r. The Lansing home Waa chai-bslnic . |y bat ?imply arranged, aa oa the oree?.on? of dinner? riven there ror mambera of the Cabinet, except for the red carpet leading aero?? the ?idewalk to the entrance of the hooae. where Secretary and Mra. laaaalna greeted their dlatinauished sueeta. Two large, tall vaaea filled with white chrysanthemum? aad Ameri can Beauty rose? ?rere the oaly decoration? ia the reception ball. The guests assembled In the large front drawing room on tha north side of the bouse. The royal party, led by the Preaidrnt? aide. Col. Clarence Ridi?/, were escorted upetatr? by ' their hoata and greeted the truest? in tbe drawing room Just aa they did at the dinner the night before. They strolled among the gueeta. acknowl edging each one aa Col. Ridley callad their nemee, by a friendly nod. Then ? a? party entered the large baci-, drawing room where the dinner waa The table waa equare and ?Imply but charmingly laid; typical of a ?Impie but eleg-ant American home. Tha center waa adornad with a large, low plaque of white chrytanUwmums. while leverai ?maller ones of pink rosee and Chrysanthemum? were placed at Intervale. Four tall vafes ware placed on each corner of- the table and were filled' with pink Chrysanthemum? and a few pink rose? artistically combined. Tiny men? cards were at each place, each wtth the coat of arms of the White House in gold thereon. After the dinner the party return ed to the front drawing room, where a formal reception was held for the guest? invited to meet their majeatle? after dinner. Mrs. Lan sing*? mother, Mrs. John W. Pos ter, widow of a former Secretary of State, was presented to King Al bert and Queen Elisabeth Immedi ately after the dinner. She looked lovely in a ?imple gown of black velvet. Mrs. Lansing wore a hand some gown of heavy white brocaded satin, with tulle becomingly ar ranged on bodice and the skirt cut with a short train. The dinner guest? included Count ess Ghislaine de Caraman ?CThlmay. Ialeut. Qen. Baron Jacques?: the Ame* iesn Ambassador to Belgium and Mrs. Brand -sVhitlock. MaJ. Gen. W. X. Wright. Rei.? Admiral Andrew laon**: His Excellency the Ambassa dor of the French Republic and Mme. Jnsseraad; Ills Excellency the An* ran ador of Spain and Sentira de Rlano; Hi? Ecellency the Ambas vador of Mex'o.? and Se?or* de I,.? Bf?SaS! HI? F.xctllency the Ambas sador of Riia.i"; His Exceileniv the Ambassador of ?-hile and Se?ora ?Id Mathieu: His Excellency the ,\m hassa-dor of Argentina and Se?ora - 1? Breton: Hit- Excellency thi Bel gian Ambassador and Baronesa de Cartier de Marchlenne: HI? Excel lene/ the Ambassador of Great Brit ain on Special Mission: the Secretary of the Treasury and Mr?. Glass: the Secretary of War and Mrs. Baker: the Attorney General and Mrs. Palm er: the Postmaster General and Mr?. Burleson; the Secretary of the Nary and Mrs. Daniels: the Secretary of IB-! Interior and Mr?. Lame; the Sec retary of Agriculture and Mr?. Houston; the Secretary of Commerce nvtt Mrs. Redfleld: the Secretary of labor and Mrs. Wilson, and Gen. l-Vrshing. The guest? at the reception In cluded Hla Excelency the Ambasaa dor of Russia., the Mlnlater of Bo Simple Way to Take Off Fat There can b#> nothing aimpler than takmj a convenient little tablet, four .imea each dav until your weight is reduced ?o normal. That's all?Juat purchase a case of Marmola Pre* ?cription Tablet? from your druggist lor if you prefer. Sfnd ?1 to Marmola Ca.. S*4 Woodward Ave. Detroit. Mtch-> and follow directions. No diet ing, no exercise. Eat what you want be aa la ? ? aa you like and keep on ?getting slimmer. And the beat part ??f Marmola. Prescription Tablet.?. Is their haimlessnes?. That is your ab solute -safeguard.?.\dv. lifts snd Sanora d. Calder?n, th. Minuter of Norway aad Mme. Bryn, Setter Dob Joaqu?n Mende?, the Miniater of Guatemala: the Minister of Foreign Affair? of Guatemala oa Special Mission aad Se?ora d. To ledo Herrarte, th. Minister of Swe den and Mme. Ekengren. the Min iater of Denmark. Congtantln Brun. th? Minister of Venesuela sad Se aorlts Iaea Dominici, the Minister or Bulgaria and Mra. Panaretoff. ? the Miniater of Ecuador and Se?ora d. Ellsald?, the Minister of Coloaf bla and Mm?. Urueta, th? Minister, of Swltserland and Mme. Sulser. th. Miniater of th. Dominican Re public and Se?ora de O? I van. th. Miniater nt Nicaragua and Sonorit? Lus Chammorro, the Minister of P.r.guay and Sonora d? Gondra. the Minister of th? Netherlands and Mme. Cremer. the Minutar of th. Serbs, Croats and 81ovene? and Mme. Groultch, th? Minister of Ratti and Mme. Moravia, th. Min uter of Salvador and Se?ora d? Sol, the Minuter ot Persia, the Min ister of Finland and Mme. Saaata raolnen. the Miniater of Uruguay snd Mme. V?rela, the Minister of Honduras on Special Mission, the Char?;? d'Affaires ad Intarla) of Brazil, the Japaa.Be Charge d'Af faires ad Interim/ th? Ch.rge d'Af fair?, ad Interim of Peru aad So nora de Gibson, the Charge d'Af faire? ad Interim of Italy, th? Charge d'Affair?? ad interim of Rumania, the Charge d'Affaires ad interim of Panama and Se?orita Ramona E. Lefevre. the Chinese Charge d'Affaires ad interim and Mrs. Tune Kwal. the Charge d'Af faires ad Interim of Greece and Mrs. ? ?amados, the Charge d'Affaire? ad Interim of Honduras and Se?ora de Dfas, the Charge d'Affaires ad In terim of Cuba and Mme. Padro, the Siamese Charge d'Affaires ad In terim of Slam and Mr?. Lof tu? aad the Charge d'Affaires ad Interim of Portugal: also the Assistant Secre tary of State and Mra. William Phillips, the Second Assistant Sec retary of State Alvey A. Ade?, th? Third Asaiatant Secretary of State and Mrs. Brecklnrtdgo Long, and the Director of the Consular Bu reau and Mr?. Wilbur J. Carr. Yesterday their majesties vUlted the Rod Cross building, after whlch_the Queen went riding with Mrs. Wilson. who made an Informal call upon her st the Long residence. A little later the royal party was entertained at luncheon on board the President's yacht, th. Mayflower, which took them to Mount Vernon. The Vice President and Mr?. Marshall were hosts for the party, which In cluded Misa Margaret Wilson, the suite of their ' majesties, the Countess Ghislaine de Cararaan Chimay, lady In waiting to her majesty: Lieut Gen. Baron Jacques, commander of the third division of the army: Lieut. Col. Tllkens of the general staff, side de camp to his majesty?; Major of Artil lery Count Guy d' Oultremont. adju tant to th? court: Max Leo Gerard, secretary to his majesty; Major Jean Dudjardin, aide de camp to his majesty; Charlea Graux, secretary to her majesty, Lieut. GofBnet, officer of ordnance to ?Tils majesty, and Lieut. Col. Nolf, physician to their majes ties Others in the party were member? of the stalT of the Belgian Embassy: The Belgian Ambassador: Baroness de Cartier de Marcbienne. Mr. Charles Symon. Mr. Pol Le Telller. Mr. A. Paterntttte, Mr. Albert Ser gj-sel?. Mr. Robert Sllvercruys, Lieut Col. Leon Osterrleth. Prince Reginald de Croy. Lieut. Philippe Barbier; riso the Supreme Court: >ChUf Jus tice White and Mrs. "White; Justice ?" ? cuna and Mrs. McKenna; Jua I tice Holme? ?nd Mrs. Holmes: Jus |tlce Day and Mr?. Day; Justice Van Devanter and Mrs. Van Devanter; Justice Pitney and Mr?. Pltney: Jus tice McReynelds: the President pro tempore of ttss Senate? Albert B. Cutii min?, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives and Mrs. GUlett: the members of the Cabinet and their t?i?'e>: The Secretary of State and Mr?. Lansing and the mother of the latter. Mr?. John W. Foster; the ? Secretary of the Treasury and Mr?. Glass: the Secretary of War and Mrs. Baker; the Attorney General and Mrs. Palmer: the Postmaster General ?nd Mrs. Burlesoa: the Secretary of the Xavy and Mra> Daniels; the Sec retary of the Interior ?tnd Mr?. Lane; the Secrelgwfy of Agrlcult?r. ?u*id Mr?. Houston: the Secret???}? of Commerce and Mrs. Redfleld; the Secretary of Ijtbor and Mrs. Wll I son : Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, i Senator and Mr?. FrancU E. "Wer CATARRH IS NOT INCURABLE BUT YOU CAN'T RELY ON SPRAYS AND INHALERS. ? I here is no use permitting your self to be deceived. Perhaps, like thousands of others afflicted with Catarrh, you are about ready to be lieve that the disease is incurable, and that you? are doomed to spend the remainder of your days hawk ing and spitting, with no relief in sight from inflamed and stopped up air passages that make the days miserable and the nights sleepless. Of course this all depends upon whether or not you are willing to continue the old time, make-shift methods of treatment that you and many other sufferers have used for years with no substantial re sults. If you are still content to depend upon the use of sprays, douches, inhalers, jellies and other remedies by themselves, that are applied to the surface and cannot reach below it. then make up your ?Nad that your Catarrh will re asain a life companion and will follow you to th? grave. Ya? BMUt real ue that the chs aaaa itself, aad not tha Of delicate membranes of the nose and air passages, which choke up and make breathing very difficult. To get rid of these distressing ef fects you must remove their cause. The blood is laden with the Ca tarrh germs, which direct their at tack against the tender and deli cate membranes of the nose and throat. These germs cannot be reached by sprays or douches, which, of course, have no effect whatever upon the blood. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy, made from roots and herbs direct from the forests, which combat promptly any disease germs or impurities in the blood. This great remedy has been used for more than fifty years, with most satisfactory results. It has been successfully used by those af flicted with even the severest cases of catarrh, because it drives out from the blood the Catarrh germs and eliminates every foreign sub stance from the blood. S. S. S. is sold by druggists everywhere. For the benefit of those afflicted with Catarrh or other blood dia? eases, we maintain a medical de partment, in charge of a speci 'list ?killed in these diseases. If >^-u will write us fully, he will giva your case careful study, aad write miim. N? dsaraa ia atada C?.. 4M Swift LaUsaiaiy. Ca rea: Senator Bol?. P.nroae. Senator and Mrs. Tarter J. McCumber; Sen ator Kurnifold M. Simmon? and Mrs. Simmons; Senator Frank B. Bran dt*?-*?*??; Sen.tor William E. Borah and Mrs. Borah; Senator Carroll S. Pas? and Mia. Page; Senator Claud. A. Bwanson aad Mr.. Sw.nson. Senator Atlee Pomeren. and Mr?. ' Pomerene. Senator John ?.. William? aad Mr?. William?; Senator Albert B. Fall and Mrs. Fall; Senator Marcii? A. Smith; Senator Key Plttman and Mr*. Pitt man; Senator John K. Shield, and Mr*. Shield.; -Senator Warren Ok. Harding and Mrs. Harding; Senator Hiram W. Johnson aad Mra. John son? Senator Philander C. Knox ?tad Mrs. Knox: Senator Harry 8. Now and Mr?. New: Senator George H. Mose? and Mrs. Mo???. ? Representative aad Mr?. Champ Clark. Representative Thorn.? 8_ Butler. Representative and Mrs. F. W. Mondali, Representative and Mr?. H. D. Flood. Representative and Mr*. L. P? Padgett, Representa tive Adolph J. Sabath. Representa tive and Mr?. J. W. Byrn., Repre ?entative L J. Dickinson. Represen tative J. W. Goo??, Repre.entatlve and Mr.. W. 8. Goodwin. Mr. aad Mrs. 8. I- Smith. Repre.eent.ttv? sad Mrs. J. C. Llnthlcum. Representative ?. Q. Porter, Repre?entatlve C. M. etedrnaa. Representative E. E. Browne, Repreaentstlve Ambrose Kennedy. Representative snd Mrs. J. J. Roger?. Representative and Mrs. H. W. Temple. Representative. W. E. Mason. Representative and Mrs. George Huddleaton. Represent.tlve Merrill Moore., Representative and Mrs. Tom Connelly. Representative and Mr?. Frank L. Smith. Represen tative aad Mrs. Thomas F. Smith, Repreaantative and Mrs. Ernst R. Acker-man. Representative snd Mrs. James T. Begg. Representative and Mrs. Alanson B. Houghton. Repre sentative and Mr?. Walter H. New ton, the American Ambaaaador to Belgium and Mr?. Whltlook. th? Hon. and Mrs. Joseph P. Tumulty. th. Assistant Secretary ef State and Mrs. Phillips, the Third Assistant Secretary of State and Mra. Long. MaJ Gen. William M. Wright, aide to hia majesty. Rear Admiral Andrew T. Long, side to hi? majesty; Rear Admiral Cary T. Grayson, aide to the President and Mr?. Grayson. Col. C. C. Ridley, aide to the President, aad Mr?. Ridley. Mark Thlstlewalt?, ? ??> rotary to the Vic. President and Mra. Thlstlewaite,?Judge C. C. MeChord. commissioner. Interstate Commerce Commission snd Mrs. MeChord, G. Cornell Tsrler. secretary of embassy, Myron A. Hofer, secretary of em bassy. Col. Patterson, aide tq MaJ. Gen. Wright. MaJ. W. W. Hoffman, aide to HI? Royal Highness the Duke of Brabant, Jame? Garfleld, represen tative of the Department of State, Herman Sartorlua, representative of the Department of State, William English, representative of the De partment of State, and Mrs. John A. Dougherty. To return to the visit of the royal guests to the Red .Cross building: It wss natural that the royal party would visit the headquarters of the American Red Cross because of the Intense Interest that each member of the distinguished little group has evinced In the organisation, but no one realised that the regal trio would display auch a sincere desire to vUlt the vaxiou. departments arid to see the actual workings of the great re lief body or that the Queen would re main more than an hour. . Therefore, when the Queen turned to Dr. Livingston Farrand yesterday and expressed s wish to stay behind and thus forego a visit to the Bureau of Engraving she endeared herself to thousands of Red Cross workers for the compliment thus bestowed upon their labors, past and present. The King and the Prince were quick to follow her example and preceded her through the main building, finally in specting the chief departments In the annex prior to'their departure In ac cordance with schedule. AfCcompanylng the queen in her tour of the offlcea were Mrs. Liv ingston Farrand, Mra. Willoughby Walling. Mrs. Brand Whltlock and the Countess de Chlmay. Mr. Wall ing and later Dr. Farrand acted as escorts, and after a visit tn the museum tn the basement of the headquarters building led the way to the nursing, military relief and civilian relief offices. In each room she found a force at work, everyone diligently apply ing herself or himself to duty and this fact waa not lost on her ma jesty. She could not fall to seV the _excell.nl discipline that pre vailed. Of Miss Clara D. Noyes, di rector of nursing. H. R. FardweU. director of military relief, and J. Byron Deacon, director of civilian relief, she eagerly^ inquired a? to the activities of these branches and charmingly voiced her approval for the part they had played In giving succor to those In need As the queen was leaving the building Mis? Llda M. Bassett, di rector of the Junior Red Cross of the Potomac Division, was present ed to her by Mr. Wall Ina-. Miss Bassett told the Queen that ?50,000 children In the Potomac Di vision for the? peat two years had worked unceasingly to turn out thou sands of garments for the refugees children of Belgium. She told of the Interest of the children in adopting little Belgian sisters and brother? and of the thousand? of layettes that were made for the babies of- that country. Mis? Bassett emphasised the love of tbe American boys and girls for those of another land which love had com? through the ple.sure of actual serv ice. The Queen listened in silence and when Mis? Bassett had finished the royal eye? were filled with tear?. It was the first time that she had ?hown such an emotion during her visit. Sweetly and simply she poured forth TESTED HALLOWEEN RECIPES *? There's no time like Hollowcen for a party. Witches and black cats and hobgoblins just naturally make them selves into favors and decorations. And a pumpkin will make either a jack o'lantern or a pie or a centerpiece for the table, just as you wish. The favors may be elaborate or homemade, but use orange and black for the color scheme. Witches' hats made of orange paper with black cats cut from black paper pasted on them" will make attractive and inexpensive favors. Autumn leaves, corn shocks and jack o'lanterns made from pump kins are the prettiest ?decorations for the house and cost-very little. No Halloween party is complete without pumpkin pie and cider, but every little folks find them rather hard to digest so here are two menus, an evening lunch for grown-ups and an early supper for kiddies. Meaa fer i.r?n?-lps. Apple, celery and nut salad ?erved in red apple?; brown bread, olive and pimento sandwiches, pumpkin pie, sweet elder. Mra a fer Kiddle?. Creamed chicken on toast, breed ?nd butter aaadwlche?, hoi chocolate with marahmallow? on tea, orange lea. apena? cake, rellew and white rands/ wafers. Mr A party ?? net a party te a cal Id ?alea? there la Ire cream. Theler? ?? eaatty made ?o? ver/ otaiva and PiMwrro band? fVMMM ftae-balf piai ?roo? eilvee. I ' aa? ?lia?e?as: ?eli tt thoroughly and add aalt and pepper. The amount of ?alt will depend on the olive?. Cut white bread very thin, butter it and use the olive and pimento milnc. PUMPKIN PIK. H cupful stewed pumpkin. 3 cupful? milk, '?? cupful ?uaar. 1 aaa. V? tea ?poonful ?alt, Vi teaapoonful slneer. Cut pumpkin into ?mall piece?. Put Into kettle with enough wafer to keep from hurnln? Cook ?lowly fer I hour?, ?tlrr-ina often to prevent hurn ln? laet water bell away ?nd rub *1? a colandrr Line a pie aaa do-ieti fer ale oruot. all with ire aad eak? In a mederai? es o?. ORAMOK ICK. ?25aMSf3S i3. ?eil ?ail aad e?i?i ? rninm?? 129? ?*?7.?t?* ?**** .*? BBrte Me til etna aarf salt mmmfm V?rgniA lL?ees Petfs-sHBftB T? llileirsf?ld IReadleiTS9 Halloween with all its spirits is at .hand and tnere are a number of little things that must be attended to at the last minute. The refreshments will not be difficult to decide upon because we still enjoy the things grandmother used to have at her parties and are even glad to use tire good old recipes. The ?decorations for a Halloween party or entertainment should be pumpkin color and black and a* number of the stores have some very novC-L^dccorations for those who do not care to buy the crepe paper by the roll and make their own. There are any number of witches' hats and other Halloween head dresses and costumes that can be rigged up from old clothes about the house or from cambric in the pumpkin color. If you do not know the prevailing Halloween pranks, then the joke will probably be upon you because most everyone has decided already just what they're going to do. If there is any information that I can ' give you over the telephone at this late date, I will be glad to do so. Just ask? .Glaser Ale. Dor Mia? late: I ?raaM apt-e-r-aate it if ran would --ohliah ? red--? for curt-onu-d fi?ier ?1?.-J. c. w. - To make th? extract, proceed a? follow?: Bruised ginger. US parts; cardaman eeed, t parts; oil lemon, H part; Cayenne pepper, S parts; aleo hol. dilute. 25? parts. Mix the aita tile thanks of herself and her coun try for the gifts made by the chil dren her?. "Tell the members of the Junior Red Croa? that I thank them from the bottom of l-.y heart and I know our little boy? and girls do likewise.. ?I wish them to know that I am grate ful for their help and sympathy." ?aid the Queen and the little Incident wa? one of the treasured memories that marked her stay at Red Cross head quartcr?. Though the King and the Prince had departed sometime previous more than 10,000 people were gathered out side th? building to cheer the Queen upon her reappearance. Through banks of uniformed Red Croes work era and the varioua personnel of the organization ?he bowed her way to the waiting automobile. On the official reception committee to meet the Queen at Red Croe? ?head quarter? wer? Dr. Livingston Karrend. chairman of the central committee; Willoughby Walling, vice chairman; F. C. Munroe, general manager; Dr. Stockton Axon, secretary, and Dr. Frederick P. Keppel, director of for eign operation?. Among the Red Cross women prom inent In local and national circle." present were Mr?. I. W. Littell. direc tor of women'? work for the District Chapter; Mrs. Ol D. Carter, captain of the Motor Corps; Sirs. ?ldiidge E. Jordan, ?n charge of the canteen at j Union Station: Mrs. John Moorehead. head nf the surgical dressing division; Mra. F. C. Munroe, Mrs. Frederick P. Keppel, Mrs. Commodore Wadhama and the chairmen of all the Red Croa? auxiliarle? In Washington. Overseas and Walter Reed Red Cross workers were also In attendance. Headed by M Is?-Basse tt twelve girl? and boys, members of the Junior Red Crasa, will call at the residence of the Queen at 8:45 o'clock: this morning and present her with a gift, subscribed to by the children of that organisation In Washington, of which Miss M. Gold ing, principal of the Wilson Normal School, la chairman. The following letter will accompany the present: "Tn Her Majesty, the Queen of the Belgians: . "It Is with the 'deepest sincerity and love that the children of the Junior Red Croea of the District of Columbia are expressing to you through this simple gift their friendliness towards their brothers and sister;? in Belgium. m "Will you accept for yourself our great admiration and respect and extend to the chitaren of your coun try our good wishes for happy lriendships through all the yearn to come." ' AX 11 o'clock the aame little dele gation will call upon Secretary Tumulty and request hin*, tu pre sent to the President with their deep sympathy end ?a i?hes for a speedy return to health a basket of flower?, which they will hand h|m. Toh?ght the King and Queen and their son will be entertained at a dinner by Ihe Belgian Ambassador ?nd Baronesa de Cartier. Thi? func tion will be followed by a reception for the Diplomatic Corps. King Al bert will give today an informal ata** luneheon at the Long residence. One of the gifts which Albert I. ?nd Qaeen- Elisabeth brouj-ht to Oils country for President and Mrs. Wil son 1? a complete table set of Brus Sels porcelain. Mr?. Francis B. Sayre, the Pr?si dent'? daughter, came to Washington yesterday and is a guest at the White House for several days. Mrs. Woodrow Wilaon has ?ent to Ml?. Roscoe Hulmer and Miss Mary Mahan. who are holding an exhibi tion of furs at the Willard, asking that a number of the garments, which are made on lines quite new to thia country, be brought to the White? House for her inspection. There i? one ?able coat in the lot which is valued at $75.000. Prince Lubomirki, first Polish min ister to the United States, accom lAtnied by his family and a large re tinue. Including five servant?, after ?eventi day? delay arrived in Wash I NS?ij?^ ??_asi.. mattes, moisten with alcohol, pack In s percolator and perooUte until ex hausted. Dissolve th? oil Ot lemon In the percolate. ington last nltrst and is eatablished at the New Willard. Secretary of Commerce RedOeld will entertain at luncheon at Jhe New Willard today the foreign' commer cial delegate, to. the- international trade conference which has been In session st Atlantic City. The. dele gate, are now on a '.our of the 1'nitoU J3 trate?. Miss Frances Noyes entertained a party at the supper danco last night at tha Cafe St. Marke after theater. M. Max Layard, member of the French Chamber of Deputies and president of the French delegation to the inter-natlonal labor conf?rence, accompanied by Mrs. Layard. ha? ar rived here and will be at the New Willard during the session of the con ference. GEN. PRR8MI??? TO MAKE ??G? Gen. Penning will leave shortly to visit the military posts and establish ments of th. United Staus. Representative and Mt?. Ir? C. Cop ley will have as their house guest Mrs. Godfrey Holterholt, of Loa Angeles, who will roach Washington Sunday. Mrs. James Tolcott. Mr?. W. M. Vtm Norden and Mrs. Il Boswell Bates, all of New York, motored to Wash ington today and will be at the New Willard for a few days before return ing home. ? MaJ. Gen. Robert L. Bullard ha? been designated by the Secretary of War to succeed MaJ. Gen. Thorn.??.? H. Barry, who we*? recently placed on the retired list, as commander of the Eastern department, with head quarters at Governors Island. New Tork. Gen. Bullaid since his return from France has leen atatloned at the War Department, where he ha? been in charge of the records and classifi cation of officers. Gen. Bullard went lo France with the First Division -shortly after the declaration -of war by Ihe United States. Subsequently he wa? placed In command of the division, and wa? made successively corps and army commander. He had attained the rank of lieutenant ?renerai at the time the armiellce wa? ?timed. Mil? ?.LAS* I*? HONOR ??VTrSST Mi?s Mary Archer Glass and her ??editine party were guests at a tea yesterday afternoon given by Mr?. Beverie?? R. Mason at Gunstott Hall. Mr?. Philip H. Patchcn and Miss Mason, daughters of the hostess, pre sided at the tea table. Mr?. John W. Wright, who. with her sieter. Mr?. Hampson Gary. Is spend ing the autumn at Wardman Park Hotel, will entertain a dinner party Monday evening in honor of Mr?. George Macauley. of Sen Francisco. and Mr?. Godfrey Holterhoff. of Lo? Angele?. gtif?ts of Representative and Mr?. Copley. Mrs. H. 8. G. Tucker, of Lexington. Vs.. Ib st the New Willard for a few day?. Mr?. Walter Tvrkarntin will b? j hostess at the next meeting of the Women's Club of Belhesda. which will be held at her residence in Edgemoor on the afternoon of No vember 11. Mme. Grouitch. wife of the Minister of th? Serb Croats and Slovene?, will make an address. Reproduction? of about thirty historic portraits, largely the work of the artistic ability of Mrs.' Eli phalet Fraser Andrew?, are to be placed on view next Monday and Tuesday. November .1 and 4, from 5 until ? o'clock, at Ihe Club of Co lonial Dames. 1737. ? street north west / - AmoneT the famous individuals portrayed in this Interesting series are George Washington. George Mason, of Gunston Hall. Dolly Mad ison, the sixth Lcrd Fairfax. John Playfair. Bishop Gilbert Rurnet, Sir' Walter Raleigh. Simon Fraaer (Lord Lovat). Lord de la Warrre and a number of others. A few in the list were done by 'the late Ellphalet Fraser Andrews, for many years one of Washington's most eminent artists; a portrait of the la*e Bishop Sattcrlee wa? done from life by Mrs. Andrews, and in cluded in the pictures are a few studies in color and black and white loaned by a publishing house. Miss Estelle Wentworth. the inter national prima donna, who Is one of the principal features of this week's bill at B. F. Keith's, waa the guest of honor at a tea 8unday afternoon given by Miss Elizabeth Schriener. the Balfour Apartments. Miss Wentworth will be entertained The Upstairs Shop Sea-wad Floor 503 7H.SLN.W. Over Commercial & Savings Bank Ntrwr ShlaxBaeat G'??? dresses $13.75, $16.75, $19.75 ? alar. I. ?Va.eleglaa EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY ?UaajkaJ ia Plie? (ram $5.00 to $15.M ARNOLD'S IIS Tt?rmaamm It. ? W durine,the week at a ?erle? of ?octal functions given In her boner by her many mualcal friend? In Washington. I STEM ???????- * viarroBs hbkb. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Cameron, of Sydney. N s., arrived here yesterday and are eatabllahed at the New Wil lard for the see?Ion? of the Interna tional labor conference. Senator and Mr?. Francia Warren have a? their gueet Mr?. Leed? ? Water?, ef New York, who haa come to Washington to meet tbe King and Queen of the Belgian?. Mr. and Mr?. Georg? Boyle enter tained at a small dinner at the New Willard laat nicht. The Kappa Alpha, fraternity ef George Washington University will here its annual Hallowe'en affair In he form of a maaquerad? dance. A eommlttee of ghost?, conalstlng ef Frank Myere. Paul Dultey. W. C. ?.'ewell, W. D. Winger. Leo Flaherty and William Dottch will receive the guest?. Th? fraternity men will be robed In Indistinguishable gowns. The Sister Club has arranged ap propriate decoratiool for the occa sion. The chaperon? will be Mr?. John L. Wirt, Htm. W. R. ?yer? and. Mra Sidney HolIlngnrort|S HALLO*? EM R Alali WILL Be. VERI MPB. Interest in tbe Hallowe'en ball to be given al the New Willard tonight for the benefit of Trin ity ?-ommunlty House increase? a? the time draw? near. Mra. Lar? Anderson Mrs. Stephen B. Elklns. W. E. Fowler, Mrs. Louis Titus, Mrs. C. B. Wood, Col. and Mrs. Robert M. Thompson are among those who have taken boxes. Mrs. Overton Lea and Robert W. Kelty, of New York, are ?Iso among the hoxholders. and they will have as their guests a number of wounded soldier?. Mrs. Marshall Field. Mrs. Gibson Fahnestock. Mrs. William Phillip? and Mr?. T. T. liolf have taken a large number of tickets. Mrs. James Carroll Fraser, chair man of the ball committee, and Mrs. Newton D. Baker will receive the guest?, assisted by the other mem bers of the committee?Mrs. Franklin I). Roosevelt Mrs. Charles B. Hen derson, Mr?. Charles B. Howry. Mrs. James C. Pilling and Mrs. David Ransom Covell. Miss Nancy Lane Is chairman of the young ladles' eom mlttee and -?rill be assisted by a group of the season's buds. Includ ing Miss Frances Harapson. Miss Leita Adams, Miss Marcia Chap?n and Miss Leita Wood. Randall Hai-ner and A. F. P. Grieg have been added to the floor committee. The Meyer Davis Orchestra and a military band will play during the evening, and every effort 1? being made to assure the success of the first charity ball of the season, which Is beioa given for the benefit of Washington's lar-rest settlement house. '' CHILDREN'S SUNRISE STORIES UNCLE WIGGILY AND BILLIE'S BEANS. Bt HOWARD II. ?ARIS. (Copyright ISIS, The McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) One day Uncle Wiggily walked to school with Billie Buehytall and Billie gathered a pawful of dried bean pods which rattled about like peas in a tin box. Soon the squirrel boy ?nd Uncle Wlgglly were at the hollow ?tump ?chool. ?But ?? ???? wire Ihey there, than they knew something had happened. There was the loudest, most sorrowful and crylnc sound they had ever heard "My goodness me. sake? alive and some sugar cOokies, but what's the matter?'* ?asked l'ncle Wisglly of the lady mouse teacher, who wa? holding her paws up in the air. "lias the bad Plpsiewah. or the worse Skeexlck?, taken, any of the children""' "Oh, no." answered the lady monee. "But Squicky-Squawky. the Utile baby sister of Squeaky-Eeekle. the cousin mouse, haa come to school. It's her tlrst day and? " "1 see'." cried Uncle Wiggily with a jolly laugh, as he twinkled his pink none. "Squickj-Squawky is a baby yet. and she Is frlchtened en her first day in school." "Vea." answered the lady mouse, "she is, and I hasse played all the km dercarten tricks I know, but ?till I can't make her slop crying." "Ha! Perhap? 1 can." said L'ncle Wiagily. "Billie. let me have one or two t.f your rattlly bean pods." The ?quirrel hoy handed them over. With these pods l'ncle Wlastly went to where Squicky-Squawky, the baby mous?-,, was sitting in her little kinder garten chair. "Look, Squi'-ky: ' said the rabbit gentleman. "Here is a nice rattle box for you. See: It rattles Just like the one you had home before you came Is? school." Then the bunny rattled tbe dried beans in the pod. Squicky stopped cryini*. She reached out^ her little paw for ihe bean pod. She rat tled it to and fro. Then ?he smiled through her tears, looked up at Uncle Wiggily and said: "Goo'." ?'Now^-ehe'?'' all right'." said the bunny, and ao Squicky-Squawky was. All that day she stayed in school and did her kindergarten lessons, and whenever she felt like crying she rat tled the bean pod. and It made her think of home and she was happy. So that's the story of Billle's beans. And If the loaf of bread doesn't try to turn into a slice of cake and get so proud it won't speak to the butter, I'll tell you next about Uncle Wlggilsr and Jackie's collar. Seen in Washington Shops They have the most attractive little gift boxes at the artistic Starle Francais shop, 933 G street northweat In the center- of the box of rich candles nestles a dainty bottle of per fume. These "gift" boxes come in Moobhiartk ^llotWjrt -? Many New Sweaters Soni? Scarf? The? are tome of tbe latest ttutismi: Paacack ar gfaty Signa-rar Snaata., ?A*ith flare roll col lar and turnover cuff? of a rich sharie of bro-arn angora: - sash in front ti-urnined with angora balli, aod a belt efect - in back: $15.0?. Cani ar team Sipaf Sa-vatar, a ?-ruare-net-ked stv-ie in novelty weave, with black aaah and two large pockets. An attractive ?traight-line niodel: $4.75. Brown ar Gray Caat Swmmr, novelty weave whh rol collar and belt of plain ???eave; $11.75. Rate ar Oxford Caat Setaatar, cornbina?oi-i -?-reave, *?vith square collar, belt and two large pockett; I1Z.7S. Caat Sweater, inor?te, oxford, navy and a baaautiful neutralized blue; novelty weave, square collar; $11.75. Caat Strwattar, nary. Copenhagen or old tote; tt-iuare col lar, cuff? and pockett trimmed with contrast ?tripet; $9.75, . Black ar Brew? Ceat Siaaahf, with high, ?nvertible .?quare collar that fasten* with novelty button?, to match those at the front cbiing; $13.75. A Haaanai* New Saawi-Scarf, real wide, of beau?fel two-tone combination? in brashed wool, finished with con trast color roll wide enough to ?ccomrooclate pockett: ?-?eep fringed border.' and patent shtjestring belt New browns, blue*, tans and other wanted shades in the ble-xted effect*; $1375. Plain Angara Scarf, fringed end*, tan and brown com bination; $750. Sweater Section. Third floor. different sise?. Other boxe? ere filled only with the sweets but In either case they make a pretty picture in their little gray boxe? in a setting of gray. How?r and David are ?bowing some very attractive new blouse?. Some very soft becoming models have a plaited frill around the neck, ex tending down the open front. The Alis are finished with a ?mall ruffle or narrow band through which runs a ribbon. One white Georgette model wa? painted with blue flowers, out lined with beads of a deeper hue Narrow band? of the earn? shade of bine furnished the trimmiiff. Roth of These blouse? were among their Inex pensive lots. The Misses Schwab prove dally that there i? something new under the sun. They have a large assort ment of girlish afternoon dresse? developed in the latest style and material. One black panne velvet model bad a very high drape at tbe left Fide. The straight Une of the right was accentuated by a band of Mack moire ribbon, stitched to the material. This was a part of the wide ribbon girdle which finished in a bow at the back. The blouse had short sleeve? snd square neck Irish l?ce encircled tbe i-ieck and was inserted in a V of the turn back ruft*. HOROSCOPE. THCR80AY, OCTOBER 3?. ISIS. 'i?*-***r*?-ri!, I?!?, hy th? MeO-*-? Nr-aas-apar SsadM-afS l Venus rules strongly for good to day, according to astrology, but there is not any other Important or dominating planetary direction. During this swajA romance and love-making are ?uppoaed to be especially potent and it ?hould be moct favorable for enaesements or wedding?. There 1? a ?ign read as most promising for domestic happlnea? while this rule prevail?, but ex treme? will govern marriage and divorce? will tncreaae in number. The development of a national appreciation for beauty and a na tional desire to aid art movements is foreshadowed. Community cen ters that present opportunities to devslop talent and taste will mul tiply. Women now are subject to a di rection of the ?tar? making for In creased responsibilities in civic matter?, al?) in thrift campaign? and new undemanding of financial condition?. Thi? should be a favorable away for visiting relatives, especially women who have the power to be stow financial benefits. 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