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J \\ omen's Suits at l| Four Fine Chiffon Taffeta )| black and navy ; beautifully trimnv sale price J. Seven Tailor-made Suits in t: Jl mixtures; black and navy Panam A skirts; worth $25; sale price T lrive Cream Serge Suits, satir ? skirt; worth $27.50; sale price.... l ive Chiffon Taffeta Princess A tan, gray and light blue; full sunl Y 11 /"> ft K C 1/-V rol/i ? ui in , ocxiv j ?i iv.v. | Wh ite Lingerie Waist !! St.25 Lace-trimmed Waists 79c ' $1.50 Lace-trimmcd Waists 95c II $2.00 Lace-trimmed Waists $1.25 \ J $2.50 Lace-trimmed Waists $1.50 * ? <: Skirts at Sac: i 1 JI $15 Black Frencli Voile Skirts, ;; ^1! pleated ; sale j-q ?? Tust received another lot of J! $5.75 Black Taffeta PETTICOAT II can get to sell for 1? : o w n>r?*/i ir\? V V Q lL^ 11?4 V IT1 I 917 F Street. ^2*^ 3M3M^tvMIM5w5^>,?vt5K5H'3K3M3HSKi'"c5> *5* * n i \ i\ecora i t AT the last watc at the Gene ? - ? * in which twenty 1 turers participated PHILIPPE CO, r est Prize and fort five minor awards We are Sole A ington for these : GALT i Established Ov Jewellers, Silversn U07 Pennsvh # GENERAL NEWS GATHERED ON THE RIVER FRONT The steamer Harry Randall, which underwent hor annual Inspection by the officials of the United States steamboat Inspection eervite ast week, resumed her place on the lower river route yesterday morning and will make trl-weekly trips to and from the landings in the lower end of the Potomac. The steamer Wakefield, which was In service while the Harry Randall was off the route, la being overhauled and made ready for her annual Inspection, which will take place Tuesday next. After the steamer is given her spring overhauling she will resume her pluoe on the river route, making three trips each week from this city to river landings. The Baltimore tug Grace arrived here early In the week with the sand and gravel cigging dredge No. 2, belonging to the Oolumbia National Dredging Company, which l>u been chartered to Baltimore parties for several months past, and which was employed In dredging for sand and gravel on Chesapeake hay for the Baltimore trade. The oredge will be given a general overhauling and will be made ready for service in taking sand and gravel from the Potomac beds for use in this city. No. 2 will. It is stated, be used on Greenway flats for the Uredg'ng of sand and gravel. Arrived: Schooner Belmont, at Alexandria, with lumber and cord wood from a river point; schooner May Brown, light from a river point; schooner Plumle E. Smith, railway ties for dealers here; bug? V A SJwi'Ot 1! IT f A 1AO/1 /urates vhalla I the eastern shore; schooner Fannie Shepherd, oysters from a river point; sloops 4>lue Bello and Maud Muller, from Potomac points; Minnie Estelle, oysters from th? Potomac beds; schooners Lottie Carter, Mayflower and Sidney Jones, cord wood from river points to the dealers; schooner Levin Woolford, pine lumber from a river point for dealers; schooners R. Mason and M A. Shea, cord wood from the lower Potomac. Sailed: Tug Bohemia, towing barges Agnes McNatly and Glenwoed, light, for Baltimore; schooner Sam Wood, laden with fish ui-Ava uMiu .li^&ununa iur KGcavnie, va.; schooner W. H. French, light for a bay port to load for Baltimore: schooners Oakland and 8. L. Bowen, light for Nanjamoy creek to load cord wood for this ctty; 'schooner Five Sisters, from Alexandria for Aqula crt*k with merchandise; schooner Grace Bennett, stone from Georgetown for Norfolk. Memoranda: Schooner William Young has sailed from Norfolk with a cargo of shingles for this city: schooner William H. McGulre has been chartered to load lumber at ^ TV* WOMAN'S SPECIALTY STORE- 0 I 5EVREAUK ; ^ 517-F STWCCT ^ ; 1 :? i xtraordimary A. 11 r> rrs\ o ri trn irtt-sa ^ rm 1r A J^UU^il^UU Ultil^UU & ? ale of Women's | mts and W^^sts. i The bargain event | * t? of the season. | everal leading manufacturers of 5 nen's apparel have sent the bal- J e of their stocks to us to be >ed out as speedily as possible, a we'll get these goods at practi- t y our own prices, we are in posi- ?? i to offer you the most extraoriry bargains you have ever J) iwn. Here are a few of the val- $ < : i? '? Sacrifice Prices. ;; Eton Suits in J? ilain and fancy $ 1:.fu."p'ca!eii.$D2.75 f , line,,. faU cU, g || O m I Suits in navv, |> 5U"!.pka:in.g:.$2(D).(0) ) f s About Half Price. | I.acp-trimmed Waists $T.7C ? $3-5? Lace-trimmed Waists $2.00 f, $4.00 Lace-trimmed Waists $2.50 "i1 $S.oo Silk Waists for $4-50 <| rifice Prices. | $7.^0 Cream Panama Skirts, ? ^c?ieatcd.:.!al! $4.501 those regular % & ^EAUX CO., . | 'Phone M. 6494. | batches :h-timing contest va Observatory,v eading manufac, the PATEK, eceived the High/-nine of eighty ? Agents in WashFamous watches* It RRH er a Century, liths, Stationers, rania Avenue. Nomlnl for the dealers here; schooners Mayflower and Sidney Jones are at rivei points loading cord wood for this city; schooner John McQlnnls has been chartered to load lumber on the Rappahannock rivei for dealers here; C. C. barge No. 12 haj galled light- from a New England port foi this city to load coal for Boston. The two-masted river schooner Farmers' Friend, which has been lying at anchoi and out ot service In the Eastern brand; for several weeks past, was taken In chararc by a crew last week and sailed for a downriver point to load for this city. The tug William H. Yerkes, Jr., hai arrived from Baltimore towing the barge Saugertles, loaded with soft coal, to th? naval powder-making plant at Indian Head Md. The barge will be berthed In Maltawoman creek to unload. The barge Lucretii Is lying light at Indian Head and the tug will tow her to Baltimore, where she wlil again load coal for Indian Head. The tug Dixie has gone to the St. Mary'i river to tow the barges W. W. Curtln, Laun V. Groves and A. W. Embrey to Norfolk to load lumber for the Baltimore market Personal to River Men. Captain C. W. Ridley, general manager o! the Mt. Vernon and Marshall Hall Steam boat Company, Is at Berkeley Springs, W Va., for the benefit of his health. Captain Bob Brown has accepted a post' tlon as mate of the Baltimore tug Orace employed In general towing on Chesapeak< bay, and he Joined the tug a few days ago Captain Frank Taylor, master of the tuj M. Mitchell Davis of this city. Is home on i visit for a few days. The Davis is em ployed on a contract as tender to dredging machines engaged in deepening the Del& ware river channels to Philadelphia. Captain Prank Phillips has been assignee to auty aboard the ferry steamer Lacka wanna as mate to Captain Mllburn, rellev In* Mate George Windsor, who will go li one of the steamers of the Norfolk anc Washington Company running to Norfolk. Their Favorite Authors. From Life. The Insurance agent?Lloyd. The hotel proprietor?Chambers. The bellboy Page. ' The Meadow Brook clubman?Fox. The single man?Bacheller. Mr. Newlywed?Rice. The conductois-Traln. ?- - M. uv vui x ui?cr?AQO. # The delinquent?Dodge. The farmer?Greene. . The Infant prodigy?Bangs. The "fussy" man?Thoreau. The clown?Motley. The detective?Holmes. The longshoreman?Ptar. SOCIETY (Continued from Second Page.) h*r grounds a "canyon," where she re 1 cently gave & party to a group of eaateri ! inenus. a local paper saia 01 11: J "The day was perfect. The greit cak furr.ished a leafy l>ower above, and thi velvety grass dotted here and there witi wild flowers, a carpet beneath the feet o the beautifully gowned women In dainty light costumes. The murmur of the bronl as it ran over the stones, m ngled with th gay laughter o? the merrymakers on lti banks." Miss Ruth Wellnian and Miss Hlta Well man, daughters of Air. and Mrs. Walte: Wellman, will sail for Europe shortly t join their father in Paris. Miss Marion I>eut2e and M'ss Louis Max well are guests at Old Point, aboard Col R. M. Thompson's houseboat, where Mrs Stephen H. Pell is presiding for her fathe" Miss t/PUtze and Mis Maxwell went t Norfolk Friday night with Mrs. Edwar< Simpson. The engagement of Miss H^len D^n WrensYiall to Mr. Chaffee Grant of Si' Diego. Cal.. was announced at a recen luncheon given by Miss Amy Dunlap o Prospect avenue. Washington, Pa., it honor of Miss Wrenshall. The weidin*. will be a June event. Mr. Grant is th< grandson of Gen. Grant. Madame de Pederneiras, wife of the military attache of the Brazilian embassy, has taken part in most of the entertainments # * \jt*& '*. ' :. ^^Kaytf JT>" . $*. MME. BE I?3 (Copyright of the past week. She is a charming, agreeable young matron, and much in demand socially. Mr. and Mrs. Klson Bradley have giver up their apartment at Stonolelgh Cou-' and have gone to their cottage at Tuxed< Park for early summer. Next winter thej hope to occupy their newly purchaser numt, me i or run" uarunicr xuuuuaiu ,uuuo< on Connecticut avenue. ? A shining exception to the rule that n< woman boasts of her age until she reachei four score or thereabouts, or is even willing | to admit the truth when confronted with i on that dangerous topic has been found ii Frankfort, Ky., in the recent celebration b; Miss Duval! of her fiftieth birthday. He invitations were printed upon gold paper ! The spinster received alone in her front par lor, and carried a bouquet of golden rosea one of the many gifts sent her. The goldei presents were numerous, and included al sorts of jewelry and table articles. A lovel; tea and dinner set of priceless china, an< a heirloom in the family, was presented b; her mother. The parlors were decorated with flowers ii the greatest profusion, tied in every in slance with big bows of yellow ribbon. Bii yellow baskets held every kind of possibl fruit and flowers. In the midst of the flow ers a big, ebony-hued cat (on cardboard r??a rvi?rl irnnrl wis'tPR on a OaTfl hunfir Wit! yellow ribbon from his neck. After the majority of the guests had ar rived the married sister of the hostess lei in "Auld Lang Syne,'' which th? entire as semolage siing with gusto. A toast fol lowed, which was drunk in tea, anothe suitable concession to old maiihood. After a same of euchre was finished thi many congratulations, in most Instance: "wT u jinsle at ilka end," was read aioui for the benefit and amuse nent of the guests As the merry lady had sent out her invita tions in verse, some of the recipient: answered in the same way. i Here are pome samples of the muse: 'Sly dear Miss Duval: Witli shouts of glee ; Mr. Hlank accept* for your Jubilee. I He'll tie the tirst to ring; the bell, A nil among the laat to say 'farewell.' "B. K." Here's another: "An Idyl?By an Idle?To an Idll." "You may King of the flowers that bloom In th< aprlug; VI uir |jriiuiur ui luars lur nuiuiuri r iiiub wiiiik 1 But the sweet, hardy daisy outlives the cold fall 5 And the daisy I love Is sweet Jennie IMival." Another runs thus: I "Sad the tale I must unfold! Jenny, you're growing old (?) Do not think me, then, unkind * In suggesting you may find , 'Silver threads among the gold.' "So, though your Jubilee is fixed l In gold, my left's a little mixed? Tne dowers 1 send will fade In the near future i There's a more substantial something in the box I hope'11 suit you." ' Ponr^flpntntlvp nrrt Mrs Will IT UnmnK 1 rey will spend part of the summer ii c Alaska. Mrs. Alnssworth, wife of Gon. Ainsworth gave a bridge party last week. f . Capt. and Mrs. Langdon, who were re . cently married in California, will be a the Jamestown exposition, where the for mer was lately ordered. A series of dinner! and receptions were given by their armj and other friends before they left for th< , east. Mrs. Langdon was Mrs. Adria Sem ! ple-Moale and is a daughter of formei . Gov. Eugene Scmple. [ Miss Cameron, daughter of ex-Senato: . and Mrs. Don Cameron, has been tourini ? the Pacific coast with Mri. Cornelius Van derbilt, sr., on her private car, "The Way farer." In the party were Miss Gladyi I Vanderbllt arid Mrs. Shepard and Mrs. E . F. Babcock. " A wedding of next December of Interes J to both army and navy circles here Is tha 1 of Miss Edith do Bellerive Bradford daughter of the late Capt. Robert F. Brad ford, U. S. N., and Capt. Francis K. Lo max, U. S. A.. which was announced li Boston last week. Capt. Lomax is statlonec at Fort Andrews, Boston harbor. He wen iiMUUfili kliU vuiu^aiftu ill vuua and had a part In tho work of suppressini the Insurrection In the Philippines. Mis: Bradford Is fond of outdoor life, play: tennis and golf like an expert, and is i good horsewoman. Of her four sister* one Is Mrs. Richardson, wife of Dr. Roya R. Richardson, surgeon, U. S. N., a Dresent In California, and another la Mm Thomas Janaen. now In the United Statei engineer's ofllce in Boston. Mr*. Louis Kann was given a surpri? party by the ' members of the Leonori Whist Club t>n Monday evening before He departure for the south, where she wll visit her sister,, Mrs. Simon. Daring the evening dancing' and music were enjoyed and a supper, the decorations of the table being in pink and green. Those In the party were Mr. and Mtb. Louis Kann, Mr and Mrs. A. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. L. Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sommefs . Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kann, Mr. an* Mrs. Jacob Eisenmann. Mr. and Mrs. Saniue " Rothschild and Mr. and Mrs. Benjimlr 1 Heid. 5 | Miss Lillian Morris, who was the gues! - j ui uie jiinsfs jctinruc ttwu x- iukv ua io' J of P street, has returned to her home in " New York city. t Miss Mabel O. Kaufman returned to 3 New York on Wednesday morning, mucil 8 to the regret of her many frie ids, aftei spending the winter and early spring w.th her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. " Kaufman and famil:* of Rhode Island r avenue. o , ' Mr and Mrs E. H. Fried of Baltimore I announce the engagement of their datt?h I ter Gertrude to Dr. Edmund Kahn of Bal timore. Mrs. Harry M. Kaufman and son have 9 returned to town from a visit to BUtlmore 1 with Mrs. Kaufman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Strouse of Eutaw place. 1 Mrs. Morris Clark returned to her home in jvpw YorK cuy on monaay a.:iar a an ' weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Blout f ^ 1 Mr. 'and Mrs. Sol Heraog of . 1733 TJ 5 street are back in town from a" week's 5 visit in Augusta, Ga.. and Colu libia, S. C. The members of the l^topian Ciub gave a ' theater part\* a n 1 supper on Tuesday i evening in honor of Mr. George Golden ? mu If ~ IT- -I?I J > I uerg. l iiuse ill me pii wt'ic iui. naiuiu H I : 1 .-_4^^t? ^ , I EDERIxEIRAS. # by ('lined i I] h Levi, Mr. Milton Brock, Mr. Nathan Well, i Mr. Alfred \Vnllberff._Mr. Raymond Blum enfold, Mr. Wallace liuchs. Mr. Bernard Breslau, Mr. Irving Sondhelmer, Mr. 1 George Stern. Mr. David Frank. Mr. Harry t I>oeb, Mr. Henry Sondheimer and Mr. ) George Goldenberg. I Mr. Samuel Hart is taking a six we ks' trin thrnuch tho wpsi ns 4ay as t if* oaasl. and on his return will stop over In Cnicago to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert H '.rt. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Itafl of the Savoy are spending a few days in BaUimore wit 1 j relatives. "J i-lss Hilda I..ouis has returned to her ' l home in Baltimore after a visit wit her r sister, Mrs. Edward Kohner. Mrs. Norman I.uehs and daughter, Jane, > have returned to town from a visit in j Baltimore. V The Saturday evening whists at the Meri eantile Club continue to be well attended f and are most enjoyable affairs. The prize winners of the past week were Mrs. Eu1 gene Schwa-b. Mrs. Harry Franc and Mrs. - Louis Jackson. ! Mrs. Jacob Steiner of L street lir.s as her _ guest lier granddaughter, Miss Sadie Leon j of Nevi York city. 1 Mrs. Benjamin Frank of Baltimore has been spending part of the week with her j mother, Mis. Charles Kaufman. The Afternoon Bridge Whist Cl'.:b gave a surprise luncheon on TuesJay to Mrs. r Simon Kann. at her home on Belmont avenue, in honor of the fifth anniversary of 8 her marriage. The dining room \va3 taste9 fully decorated in spring blossoms and the 1 well-appointed table had for a center piece a large cluster of crabapple blosaons and - silver candlesticks were cupped with silver s and green shades. At each guest's plate was a corsage bouquet and an appropriate souvenir. Bridge whist was played during the afternoon. The guests, numbering wArt> \f rs filmnn k'arin "Viva Pn. dolph Bohrend, Mrs. Sidney C. Kaufman, Mrs. Sol Minster, Mis. Gerson Nordlinger, Mrs. Abe Slgmund. Mrs. Sol Meyer and Mrs. Isaac Behrend. The prize was won by Mrs. Abe Slgmund. Miss Amelia Wolf of 6tli street Is In ; Baltimore. Miss Flora Rosenbaum of Baltimore, who was the guest of Dr. and Mis. Benjamin K. Leon, has returned to her home. Mr. Leon Relzensteln has returned to New York after a ten-days' visit with Mr. and Mrs'. Phil King. Mrs. Henry I^ewyht and Mr. Jacob Hlm; mebrich of Baltimore made a week's-end visit with Mr. Oustav Lansburgh and family of Vermont avenue. , Oanjs have been received announcing the engagement of Miss Rae Ronella Singer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Singer of New York city, to Mr. S. Stanley Jacobs oI that city. At home, Sunday, May 12, from A until A n'plnnlf at 5tft? W?t 1 filtH at*aai New York. Miss Singer is well known In t this city, where she has made several visits. 3 Mrs. Louis Kann left town Wesnesday for ; Monticello, Fla^ where she will be the s guest for two months of her sister, Mrs. - Simon, formerly Miss May Schmidt of this r city. * Mrs. Aaron I^evy and Mrs. Levy have rer turned to their home in Tallahassee, Fla., 5 after several weeks' visit In town with rplativaa ' Dr. and Mrs. Abram Simon of University place have as their guests Mrs. Simon's sister, Mrs. Daniel S. Heyn. and daughter . of Cincinnati. Ohio. Dr. Heyn, who has f been their guest for several days, left town Wednesday for his home. " Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franc had as their " guest for a short visit Mrs. Lewis Strasi burger of Toledo, Ohio. Mrs. Strasburger t left the city Friday. , Mr. Maurice D. Rosenberg has joined hia : family In Columbus. Ohio, where they are 3 the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cohen. 1 Tomorrow evening the last meeting of the J Council of Jewish Women for this season t will take place In the vestry rooms of the Eighth Street Temple at 8 o'clock. Re3 ports will be read, election of officers and the social hour will close the program. ? ?ir * -a ?* * * * a jura, isuuure ii.psi.ein entertained at whiat i I Wednesday afternoon. The guests of honor r I were Mrs. I. Levy of New York city and 11 Mrs. Kronenberger of Cincinnati, Ohio. ? ; s > ' Besides the guests' prises, prizes were w< t by Mrs. Qua. Wallensteln and Mrs. "Eug*i i Schwab. .V i v . Mr. Rutherford B. Lyon has been spen ing part of the week In Norfolk. " The confirmation exercises at the Elgh 1 Street Temple will take place Sunday mor: 1 ing, May 19. Mr. Jerome Lyon has left town to tal a trip through the west. ' 1 Mrs. Julia Luchs entertained the Thur day Evening Club at her.home on R stre this week. . Mrs. It. J. Smith grave a luncheon to company of friends Friday last at her res dence, 115 Maple avenue, Anacostia. T1 -decorations, in lavender and violets, formi the centerpiece of the table. Those presei were Mrs. Eunice Ryder, Mrs. E. P.Walso Mrs. Josephine Test of Philadelphia, Mi 1 J. E. Hawley, Mrs. M. G. Lee, Mrs. Wats< Karr, Mrs. M. E. Golden, Mrs. Charles J Burr, Mrs. Evander French and Mrs. W. < Davenport. ' Mrs. John Knox Graeme gave a Mi ' party recently at her home, on Morris roa 1 Anacostla. Those present were Mrs. W. ? Davenport, Mrs. M. E. Golden, Mrs. Wa son Karr, Mrs. L. J. Smith, Mrs. N. 1 ; Harnlsh, Mrs. Charles F. Roberts, Mr William Bayne, Mrs. L. M. Greene, Mr Fannie H. Clark of East Greenwich, R. 1 Mrs. Charles R. Burr, Mrs. S. M. Frasie ( Mrs. J. W. Manbury. Mrs. N. R. Harnish entertained a cor pany of eleven at luncheon Thursday 1a at her home, Maple avenue and Sprir streets, Anacostla. I Mrs. L. M. Greene gave a party In honi of Mrs. Fannie H. Clark, her sister, who visiting her from East Greenwich, R. 1 recently at her home, on Maple avenu Anaeostia. THovantola Ar*?W?V?l?Vl (VVVIVVI Special Correspondence of The Star. ALEXANDRIA, Va.. May 4, 1907. The most brilliant affair of the week W? the last german of the season, at which tl young ladies of the town were the hostesse It was given to return the hospitality of tl men of the Alexandria German Club. Tt committee In charge was Miss Hattle Doui las, Miss Mittie Herbert and Miss Gra: Anderson. The dance was given at McBu: ney's Hall Friday evening, and was oriej the most largely attended of the year. Tl chaperons were Mrs. George Uhler, Mr Henry F. Robertson, Mrs. George A. Musi bach, Mrs. J. Sidney Douglas and Mrs. He bert Anderson. The cotillon began at : o'clock and was led by Mr. Harry _ Carti Beverly, dancing with Miss Nancy Lew Jones. Among the dancers were Miss Be nice Berens of Philadelphia, Miss Chariot England of Baltimore, illss Marguerl Ajies of Annapolis, Miss Dorothy Gatewot and Miss Nancy McClelland of Washingto: Miss Margaret Micou of Seminary Hi! Misses Clarence Snowden, Mary Snowde Mary Glen U'hler, Mlttie Herbert, Me1 Faulconer, Alice Chlnn,- Hattle Dousfil Lisa Deane Anderson, Grace Anderso Laura Danenhower, Jean Carter, Eva Den Courtney Greenough, Edith uamsay, L.U McLauehlln. Marv Phillips. Jessie Am strong, Annie Murphy, Mary Dent, Rebeec Uhler, Lieut. Charles B. Elliott, O. S. A Mr. Robert Stead of Baltimore, Messr Herbert and Bernard Diamond of Gatther burg, ;<id.; Mr. Ashley Rowell of Charlotte: ville, Mr. Richard Farr of Fairfax, M Stuart Hunter of Winchester, Mr. Gusta\ Thompson of Del Ray, Va.; Mr. Richai ? Micou of Seminary Hill, Messrs-. Kersle Selden, Rozler Bailey, Irving E. Smit Archie King, Clark Waters, Hugh Moncur Robert Turnbull and Robert Davis < Washington, Dr. Vivian P. Berry, Messr L naries omooi, nenry u rsunnon ^oupe Marshall Jones, Carroll W. Ashby, Jami Sidney Douglas, jr., Gwynn Dent, Magrudi Dent, Robley Brumbach, Daingerfield Add son, Howard Smith, Anderson Sommer Page Waller, Wilmer Waller, David Cha mers, William Brookes, Richard Chlcheste Milton French, Windsor Snoyvden, Arthi Bryant, William Bryant, Jack Ash ton, J oh Agnew, Aylett Nlcol, Milton Morrill an Alexander Stratton. Among others. presei were Miss Mart Janney Hooff of Se-minai nill," Mrs. Louis S. Scott, Mr. and Mr Charles Marsh Shepperson, Miss Luc Douglas, Messrs. Herbert AnJerso.i, Hem F. Robertson, Mahlon Hopkins Janney ar Eugene B. Taylor. Miss Helen Norris Cummings entertaine last Saturday evening at c.irds in hone of her guest, Mrs. John Summerfield Jer kyns of Ghent, Norfolk. Those preser were Mr. and Mrs. John Leadbeater, M and Mrs. Clarence Char.dlee Leadbeate Mr. and Mrs. George S. French, Mr. an Mrs. Frank S. Harper. Mrs. Carroll W Ashby. Mrs. Henry Fairfax Robertsoi Miss Shumway of White Plains, N. Y Miss Rosalie Stuart of King George^Mis Elizabeth M. Janney, Miss Connie Bousl Messrs. Edward S. Leadbeater, Miiton Dan Morrill, Million Hopkins Janney, John M Herndon and Henry S. Wattles. The hlgi Cot scores were made by Miss Boush, Jin JenRyns, Mr. French, Mr. Wattles and Mi Harper. Mr. and Mrs. George E. French entei tained at one table of eight-hand euchr Monday evening at their home on Nort Alfred street. Their guests were Mr. an >* T TV? 1 HT V lfro Willla. mi?. UCW6? UlllCi, iUi. anu alio. tiuuai J. Boothe, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll W. Ashb and Miss Rosalie Stuart. Mrs. Boothe wo the prize. Miss Cummings entertained at a dlnne of seven covers Monday even:ng at he home on Cameron street. Those preser were Mrs. Jenkyns of Norfolk, Miss Jan? E. Richards of Washington, Miss Rose M( Donald, Mr. John Barrett of the burea of American republics, Mr. John W. Herr don and Mr. Edward S. Leadbeater. Mrs. William J. Bootne. jr.. emeriaine the Neighborhood Card C'.ub Tuesday al ternoon. The members present were Mr! Casslus F. Lee, Mrs. C. William Wattle: Mrs. Robert W. Fuller, Mrs. Clarence ( Leadbeater and Mrs. Albert D. Brockett. Mr. William J. Hall, who has Just re turned from a trip through Europe, entei tained at card9 and a delightful suppe Tuesday evening at the home of Mir an Mrs. Alfred H. Thornton on Prince streei Mr. Hall's guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard E. Acton, Mr. and Mrs. Kosciusk Kemper, Mr. ana mrs. aawara n. xvempei ! Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Perry, Mr. an Mrs. Alfred Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Isaa Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Uhlei Miss Cooper of Culpeper, Miss Maria , Gregg of Louisville, Miss Loula Smool Miss Cora Smoot, Mias Mamie Agnen Miss Anita RobBlns, Miss Mart Thomsor Miss Margie Green, Miss Irene Lambert , Messrs. Eugene B. Taylor, J. Armistea Eggborn and Walter Goocfcman Rogers ! There were no prizes, but Mr. Hall trough each of his-friends a present from som of the cities he visited while abroad. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Brockett enter , talned at dinner Tuesday evening In bono , of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Guyc of Washington. The other guests wer Miss Rosalie etuart and Mr. Robert ? Jones. Mrs. Nicolas P. T. Burke and her two IK tie daughters have gone to Boston to spen the summer with Mrs. Burke's mother, Mri Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Whitman Rath-bone Smith an small son, Valentine, left Friday for" the! Rnmo (r> Hlifthfl Ont Mr. and Mm. Slmlt entertained at a dinner of teh covers We<3 nesday evening, their guests being th members of .the wedding party a year"ag( They were Mies Bessie Herbert, Miss Lil Barrett, Miss Lucy Douglas. Messrs. Jame Sidney Douglas, Jr., Charles Barrett, Rich ard Chichester, Hairy Beverley and Taj lor Burke. Vr. Mahlort Hopkins Janney attended th dance given by the Misses Harvey an Miss Ridgeway at the Dumbarton Clint Georgetown, Wednesday. Miss Eliza Greene of Pagebrook. Clark county, is the guest at Mrs. William ? Greene, on NArth Washington street. Miss Sallie Stuart has returned from visit to Richmond. Mrs. Eveleth English and little dauglitei Elizabeth, have returned from a visit t Leesburg. The Thursday Club was entertained' tW week toy Mrs. George Uhler at her homt on Cameron street. The members presen were Mrs. Henry F. Robertson, Mrs. Thof W. Rubln?on. Mrs. Arthur Snowden, M? William B. Smoot and Mrs. William J Boothe, Jr. The guests of the club wer Mrs. T. Marshall Jones, Mrs. George ? >" ?ttt 11 tt 111111 :: Q,A,iA :i \cr??^; 1226 et" V- New York WAS1 i _ J ? |i Announce a 5 eu 4. 4 U White v 1 d, 4 ^ especially 3- 1. uaj whttf nijf' i f jm here?dresses t * commencement evening. The styles are r' the quality of the fal j' standard. n- -> fg A number of new on display Monday?soi jr 7 of the plain or tailor-m l" f NEW SUITS in w "Z and these late developm i thoroughly approved. 4 press great ability on th< 1 New 2 We are now showin IS jL * -A Miiiduic iur bircci, g? -? evening wear, and invite ? $' Women *? T" * have assembl r" 5 Waists, in both the strii ie more fanciful lingerie el 11 Separat 10 New lines, new ma Br J: cloth and washable fabri^ J.? buying a separate skirt te Best qualities and best te 4 sonable prices. >d 2 n, w I! 4- ??t die 3I1VJ ? J most attractive * * t | Parasols, Neckv lt- 4 . ? | Hosiery and m; 8: I of Gloves that * I' values in the bes I ? Julius Qarfinkle s. r, js French and Mrs. T.miis C. Barley. Mrs sr Robertson won the prize. s, The Alexandria Athletic Association gav 1- a delightful dance at Schuler's Hall Tuef r, day evenings ir in Miss Eva Dorsey Hawkins, Miss Bessi id Davles, Miss Chaj-lsie Harmon and Mr. C it Fred Blakemore of Washington and Ml y Walter I. Dawkins of Baltimore will spen s. Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mn :y Charles T. Lindsay. y 1(j Miss Mary Glenn Uhler lias returned fro<r a visit to relatives in Washington. :(j Miss Ethel Blackburn Smith of Berryvill )r is the guest of her cousin. Miss Charlott Moncure Blackburn. 'l Mrs. Hay-ward Douglas Luckett of Ashe r" ville, N. C., is visiting friends in this city. ? Mrs. Julia Read of - Washington is th guest of Mrs. M. B. Harlow. Mrs. Ross Tompkins Elliott entertained o 18 a delightful tea Wednesday afternoon a 3' her home, on Cameron street, In honor o i1 her sister, Mrs. Raleigh Luckett. Mis ' IjIktv Douglas and Miss Lucille Harlov poured tea. r. Miss Lila Barrett and Miss Bessie Her bert have returned from a short visit t Norfolk and Cape Henry, where they wen to attend the exposition. e h Miss Berthat Peake of Braddock Height; d is spending a short time at Atlantic City. n y Mr. Bartlett Boiling of Albemarle was th u guest of his uncle, Mr. Albert Stuart, for i short time this week. r Miss Sarah J. Nagel and Mr. John J :r Helnrlch were qui'etly married on Mondaj !t afternoon at the residence of the brlde'f :t mother, on North Patrick street, by Rev ?. William J. Morton, rector of Christ Episcou pal Church. The bride was attired in a trav i- ellng suit, and the couple left immediatelj after the ceremony for a bridal trfp througl the north. They will reside In Charleston d W. Va. * Mr. James Donaldson of Norfolk and Mlsi i, Mamie Fitzpatrlck of Fredericksburg wer< \ marriptl 1 n tVifa rHv nn VnnHov hv Dai. Father D. P. Coleman. !* Miss Margaret McG. Ashby and Mrs. Wll Ham R. Purvis have returned from a staj J" of several months at Brevard, N. C. d ?. Mites Annie W. Ansley, who has been vis? fting Mrs. Philip Harrison In New York, hat ? returned home. * ???. 0 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee Rice havt , returned from their wedding trip. n t. Miss Elizabeth Winter Jones is the guesi r, of her aunt, Mrs. Christopher Columbui > ftViriuPr In Pfl 11iVnr?ro t! '' d The Fanohon Pleasure Club gave a May i. baH Thursday n ght. A large number ol it guests from Washington, Baltimore, Phllae delphta and New York were present. Tht floor committee was composed of Messrs. Harry Dachslager, Jerome Kaufmann, D? Wilton Milstead and Edward Tlcer. The rer ceptlon committee consisted of Messrs. ?1 Thomas Glob, Henry Stelner, Charles Blonde helm and Martin Qulnn. Mrs. Harriet Starr Wattles left yesterday for Wilmington. Del., where she will mnk<= her home with her son, Mr. Robert Wattles, d i- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar F. Baggett are at Atlantic City for several weeks. ^ Gen. Louis Wagner of Philadelphia was * the guest of Mies ilary Shfnn, on South I Pitt street, for a short time this week. 0 Mifes Marguerite Ames of Annapolis was ' the guest of Miss Hattle Douglas for the ? german on Friday night. Miss Florence Klnser of Lancaster, Pa., is visiting Miss Betty Deaklns on Prince street. e d Kev. Mr. JTott Returns. >p Rev. B. M. Mott of the Church of the Advent has returned from Atlantic City e much Improved In health and will occupy ?; his pulpit at both morning and evening services today. a What Brought the House Down. r, From Puck. 0 Cecil Motorton (the villain)?"Pardon me, miss, but won t you allow me to take you s to your home in my automobile?" !. Helen, the harassed hairdresser? "Never! (l Tou gasoline-scented curl I'd rather cling i to a strap from the Battery to Harlem than r. lounge In the most luxurious Limousine e car that ever ran over a poor working !. manl" _ fclt-t-t 111 i t \ 11t-t-t 'idifiJil&t&o: | ?. F Street 3INGTON Paris I* ??????? i ( special Showing if of :i ' < n > J a. ? interesting collection of 'iSSES has been assembled hat are suitable for wear at ;? s, for the seashore and for well varied, while,of course, ! t. brics is up to the highest LINEN SUITS will be put '-t ne elaborate styles?others ]? ade kind. ; ? ool fabrics are also shown, ents of style ideas will be !? rhey're original?they ex: part of the designers. Wraps. :[ g an unusually large line of , steamer, carriage, auto and : your attention to them. 's Waists. ed a very large stock of tx 1 j 1 - _ . i * -? -i* cuy xanor-maae ana tne k. ffects. y :e Skirts. :? terials, new styles, m both ps. If you are interested in 'X these skirts should be seen. ]? styles, and attractively rea- ? * <h ' b wing many of the novelties in Belts, vear, Veilings and aintainino a stock O "( offers the best >t of Gloves. - ? t & Co., 1226 F St. | ; IRicbmoito Society _ _ _ ? - ? opeciai uorrespenaence 01 l lie siar. e RICHMOND, Va., May 4, 1007. Mr. James Bryce, British ambassador to Jj, the United States, has announced decisive* 3 ly that he will accompany the Virginia Antiquarian Society, made up l^gely of Richmond and Virginia women of prominence, in an annual pilgrimage to Jamestown Island on May 13, when the 300th e anniversary of the Jamestown settlement Is to be kept with services In wnich many people <JI-distinction will take part. " The pilgrims will make their trip down the James in two boats, the Pocahontas e and the Brandon. There will be & simple but Impressive ceremonial at the island t and then the return with luncheon served t on board for tlie guest# of the day. The ' governor of Virginia will be the orator of ? the day and Mrs. Swanson will be present. This most important celebration of May 13 will be preceded by two other interest ing dates. On May 9 the New York Coo lonial Dames will present to the Antl? t quartan Association of Virginia that owns thA mnof Vifnonf r>.9 T? T_ kliv tllV/Q(. . , Its LUt ll> ytll L U1 ?|<UllCOiUWIi IS" land, beautiful wrought iron gates that 3 will close the entrance from the ground granted the United States government for e a monuWnt site -and that belonging to ^ the association. The New York Dames will approach tl-V island by. boat from Old Point Comfoit, and a Richmond dele. gation of Dames and mombers of the assor elation will po from Richmond to Jamesi town Island to meet and welcome their guests. On May 11 the National Society of - Colonial Dames will formally present to th? - Antiquarian Association the memorial r building erected over the foundation of the 1 original Jamestown Church. The repre. sentatives of the association will be the guests of the Colonial Dames on this date, and the national president of the Dames, 3 Mrs. William Kuffln Cox of this city, will 5 bo assisted in making arrangements by Mrs. Barrett Wendell, who, with Prof. Wendell, will be present. Beautiful Westover, on James river, r where President and Mr*. Roosevelt i>aid a visit on April 26, and the President pleasantly marked the occasion of his coming . by planting a tree on tho lawn and paying o trloft *rx 1 wrilli ^ i u iiou iv vuv Lvmu ui v ui. w iiiiam joyru, that stands in tne midst of the lush luxuriance of an old-world flower garden? , beautiful Westover will be thrown open to welcome the Dames on their return from Jamestown Island, or rather the lawn will be the scene of a garden reception to be ' tendered by the mistress of Westover, Mrs. 1 William McCreery Ramsey, to the passers by of May 11, on the river. The lawn slopes Just to the water's edge In terraces, and will look like a green velvet carpet in us Mayume rresnness. The Interest of the tercentenary year la constantly evidenced in the people It brings to Virginia and Virginia's capital. Just now Miss Holfe of Bee ham Han, In England, is the gugst in Richmond of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boiling. It was to Becham Hall that John Rolfe took his bride, the Princess Pocahontas, when they went to England after their wedding, and it is on i the walls of Becham Hall that tlia portrait of the princess In her court attire hangs, to this day. Mr. Boiling is one of the few . genuine descendants of John and Pocahontas Rolfe, and Mr. and Mrs. Bollfnar are much pleased to welcome their young i English kinswoman, who to a moat ati tractlvely handsome girl, and has been most cordially received In Richmond. ! Mrs. C. A. Swanson was easily the leader , of social affairs when sho acted as hostess for Admiral Robley D. Evans on the Connecticut in Hampton roads, Va., yesterday afternoon. The admiral gave a handsome 1 reception on board ship. Among his Richmond guests were Mr. and $Irs. John Kerr urancn. Mr. ana airs, t^ueri u. i/ejgh, Jr., Misses Caroline Gordon jlennolds, Avis Grant, Page Aylett Roynft, Llna Shields, Julia COKgill Joynes and Nora Leary. A delegation of state's representatives appointed by Mrs. Howard Townsend, regent of the Mount Vernon Ladles' Association, who will come to Virginia and Richmond for the tercentennial celebration at Jamestown Island, have had apartments reserved for them at the Jefferson Hotel while In this city. They will be: Mrs. Charles B. Ball of Virginia, Miss Harriet Clayton Comegys of Delaware, Miss Elizabeth B^A. Rathtoone of Michigan, Mrs. Re Decca B. J-lRndreau of Minnesota, Mrs. J. J. Wilder of Georgia, Mrs. Christine Blair Graham of Missouri. Mrs. Thomas S. Webb of Tennessee. Miss Amy Townsend of New York, Mrs. Eugene van Hensselaer of West i V lrginla, Mrs. Thomas Maxey of Texas ' MrS- Barrett of Kentucky. The party will reach Richmond May lw.