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1106 G Street
The house of fashion.
Featuring the Most Extraordinary Offerings ot the Spring.
The Season's Smartest Suits.
Distinctive Styles and Materials.
This Sale, $15, $19.75, $25 and $35
Suit.* that arc rca! S_'5.oo to $55.00 values.
All tlit iitH coloring:-, beside- man} new models in the fashionable navy blue suits.
One Hundred Models in New New Cloth Coats and Silk
Trimmed hats. Friday. $4.
Regular SH.oo. Sm.oo and Sio.oo Values.
One-of-a-kind models, copies of mos;
exclu-ive foreign hats produced bv our
own expert trimmer.-.
00 Beautiful Silk Dresses, Friday, $10 and $15.
These are Regular $10.50 to $25 Values.
Taffeta-, t repe de Chines. Foulards. Crepe
ot handsome models.
Largest Waist Department in the City.
Odd Lots of Waists From the . New Models in Waists.
Wraps, Friday, $15.
Regular S-'O.OO and S22.50 values.
All the "nifty" fancy cloths, a- well
a- the plain tailored ones and moire and ,
taffeta -ilk wraps.
id many others: all color.-: variety i;
Easter Selling. To Close, $1.09.
Si ild up to S4.00.
Sale embraces Jo dozen beautiful ?? -? -? ?
u bite \\ ai-t>. Lingerie, Crepe and Voile Beautiful Crepe Voile and Lingerie
75 Silk and Chiffon Waists,
Sold for $5 and $0, to Close at $2.50
Friday, $3.95 and $5.
Newest effects in crepe de chine and lace
W7aists, Friday, $1.98 and $2.98.
I'nmatchable at S3.00 and $4.50.
500 New Silk Underskirts. Friday. Si 98 and $2.98.
All colors- a value hot duplicated in Washington.
Bridal Gifts
For the present W edding Gift season
we offer many new and beautiful articles
in Gold. Silver. Cut Glass and Plate.
The exhibits in all Departments are
varied and comprehensive, offering un
limited choice in patterns, pieces and
Inspection ot our stock never implies
rhe slightest obligation to purchase.
Established Over a Century.
Jewellers. Silversmiths. Stationers.
1 107 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Interior Decorating
Slip Covers to Order
Fine Willow Furniture
?Distinctive Designs and Colors
The Willow Furniture
we show is HANDMADE
from the finest materials,
giving exceptional DU
!i Every piece" is designed
along lines that are at
once graceful and dis
f Can be had in natural
shade or in any of a va
riety of exquisitely beauti
ful color effects.
Prices very reasonable.
period designs; finest quality; unsurpassed values.
R. W. & J. B. Henderson,
1109 F St., Through to 1108 G St.
Wall Papers Drapery Fabrics
Don't Put Off
seeking relief from the illnesses
caused by defective action of the
organs of digestion. Most serious
sicknesses get their Mart in trou
bles of the stomach, liver, bowels
?troubles quickly, safely, surely
relieved bv
Sold +*9rywh0r*. la txue*. 10c, 53k.
?'Reputation Built on Quality."
Famous Quality
Whisky That
Keep a Bottle Ilandv.
| 636 Pa. Ave. Phone Main 761 j
Largest Exclusive .Millinery ilous?
in Washington.
Chic Hats
THF. new Hats for
street and dress
wear are prettier
and more becoming' ;
than any you have seen,
i'leasing variety at
moderate prices.
1 "till Itur <>r 1 lit rim innl tints
and Trimmings.
1304 G St.
Laundering as You Like It
Hand Laundering
means best results
without wear on
Unrf try tins ?ervir** >-hi will f:i 1 izr
j it Is superior to any laundry work you've had
i heretofore.
de Sales
Hand Laundry,
??o L St. N.W., rZ
a Hi ux-li'.-r' -.
ie 'Jo: .?
The Latest
j Freezing Machine
Patented in U. S. A. Produces in
j l."? minutes large blocks of ice, ice
? reams, iced wines, by means of a
j harmless salt.
Descriptive booklet and price-list
free on application. Patent for
sale. Write: H. Schaller, I Hue
Prancois-Porisanl. Palis, Prance.
Address with .V stanrp.
American Brand
Oectroplated With
Several Coatings
? Pure Zinc
Lam Longer
i'. >i iv II tlinw mi; Id., 41)
l~I4 PHI* \ t. \VK. S,\v,
1*3 Ho vlnton Street,
fs a liberal l>u>er ?f old
letu-rs hrarint; .stamps,
Mamp collot-tieus and uuto
jiiapltw. The advanced <0l
lertor Is offend *ele, tlon
I. urn one of the largest. and
without exceptIod, th?> ?hol.
r>t.. sfo. k* ?.f siampa iD
America.^ Mr. Colson is pre
pare to travel and meet
client a in person an/wtor*.
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I v*
I v*
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The Sii^n Po>t? ? j
Pleasing Clothes|
for the Boys"
?>t j
Points alwavs toward P-U f5 i
. ?5
boys Shop. ?$ j
Kverv garment in tliir- i
>liop is an exponent of
that expression.
Kvcry garment possesses
these <]u;ilities ?
Smart Style.
Lrtng Wear,
Modest Price.
I:. ' iVr wratbT with emphasis. Tin'
spring .>! vies an- here.
$3.95 to $10.
$5 to $15
$1.25 to $6.
K| The Avenue at ytli.
!*,, i
?for lier luncheons or
other functions never
occasions the experi
enced hostess worry.
-She places reliance
in Small's floral serv
ice. which has been sat
isfying the require
ments of leading enter
tainers for half a cen
1 ."it11 and }{ Streets.
Phone Main l.'S.
and Broadway.
Thirty-Fourth Street,
East at Park Avenue
An Ideal Hotel with
an Ideal Situation
Summer incite?
U. S. Supreme Court to Be Asked
to Settle Importers' Suit.
The relations of American cotton ex
porters to their foreign agents is the
subject of a suit the Supreme Court of
the United States will l>e asked to re
view within the next few days. Informal
application for the review was today
lodged with the court.
The case is one in which the Birge
Fornes Company of Sherman. Tex., was
held liable to its foreign agent at Brem
en for SKt.OiJM damages. Tlv's amount
was the sum the agent paid to pur
chasers ;of cotton for selling cotton to
them not up to grade.
The Texas firm was sued in the federal
courts of Texas after arbitrators selected
in accordance with the rules of the Brem
en Cotton Kxchange had held the pur
chasers were ? ntitled to damages. The
Texas firm now complains that the ar
bitrary difference in grades fixed by the
Bremen exchange should not have been
used in the arbitration. It is claimed
tins would have invalidated the claim of
the agent for reparation from the ex
The approach of summer adds
further to the attraction of
Brussels Carpets because of
) their being so easy to clean as
| well as being among the most
! durable of Floor Coverings.
) , Never before have we been
better supplied with patterns
of variety and beauty than this
1 spring. Our new assortments of
Brussels Carpets show, for ex
ample. many of the much
sought two-tone effects, an un
m usual selection of unmistak
able and fascinating oriental
designs and countless new
Moral schemes.
Accurate cutting and laying
1412-14 H Street N.W.
( Phone: Main 41K.K> and r?7.'K?.
Miss McAdoo Was Bridesmaid Last
Mrs. Wood row Wilson, "if. of the
j President, will receive at the W bite
House next Thursday the delegates t<? the
| third international con err ess nn the wel
i fare of the child, to be held hero next
j week, according to arrangements made
| today. In addition there will be recep
tions at the Pan-American Fnion and the
| Congressional library, besides banquets
and dinners and luncheons for the dele
i gates. Tin- congress is being held under
I the auspices of the National < ongress of
Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associa
Miss Eleanor Wilson ainl Secretary Mc
Adoo attended the w.dding last night in
Baltimore at Knimanu'-l P. E. Church ot
Miss Ellen G. Robinson and Mr. A. Ad
gate Duer. making the trip over by au
tomobile. Miss Wilson wore a tailored
suit of midnight blue satin and furs.
hat was a small ? hie sailor ol' "stove
pipe" black with old rose brim and trim
med with black ribbon and an American
beauty rose. A large and fashionable as
semblage witnessed the ceremony an<
went 011 to the reception at the Rooinsoij
home, ht which Secretary McAdoo and
Miss Wilson were also present.
The bride, who was riven in mail'<*=,??
l.v her father, wore a gown oi cteam
satin, with a bodice and llouncts oi poini
lace, the long-pointed train ending m ??
bunch t?f orange blossoms. Her tune
veil was arranged with orang blo.ssoms
and she carried a shower bouquet
lil'es.of the valley.
Miss Mariana Emory Robinson was11 r
sister's maid of honor.- and the bucie.->
maids were Miss Kmeline F. Robins-.?n;
another sister of the bride; Miss Mai>
Carroll Frick. Miss Eleanor Irwin Carey.
Miss N'anov Fisher Brune. Miss Georgi
aiiH Williams. Miss Catherine l,u,M
Miss Rlioda Fullam of Annapolis, couotn
of the bride, and Miss Nona McAdoo.
daughter of the Secretar> ot the I reas
ury. They "ore dresses of peach bio \v
satin, combined with cream lace. ant
girdles of Nattier blue. Their hats ot
vellow straw were trimmed with p n.\
1 roses and huge bows of the same hue.
They carried Lady Hillington rosts.
Mrs. Fletcher will be assisted in re
ceiving tomorrow afternoon at the con
gressional Club by Mrs. Eloyd and Mrs.
Padgett, ami Mrs. McLean and Mrs. M? -
Ivrniott will be at the tea table. Mrs.
Franklin K. l^ane, Mrs. Henry t a Dot
'lodge. Mrs. Robert M. I-a Pollette. Mrs.
| Porter .1. McCumber. Miss Frances Lip
pitt, Mrs. Lever. South Carolina: Mrs.
I Lee. Georgia: Mrs. Langley, Kentucky;
I Mrs. McGuire. Oklahoma: Mrs. Kinkead,
I New Jersey: Mrs. Langham. Pennsyl
vania: Mrs. Lenroot. Wisconsin; Mrs. La
! Follette. Washington: Mrs. Linthtcum,
I Maryland: Mrs. McGillicuddy. Maine;
1 Mrs Kreider, Pennsylvania: Mrs. Mahan.
I Connecticut; Mrs. Manahan, Minnesota:
Mrs Logan. Mrs. Knapp. Mrs. Laylin.
i Mrs MeChord and Mrs. McCormick will
'assist, and the Misses Gronna. Miss jlelen
i Hardy and the Misses Graham will be
the ushers.
| The marriage of Miss Minnie May W in
I -ate. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abram
Keber Wlngate. and Mr. Albert
I Fenderson took place last night at
j o'clock at tlie Fourth I resbvterian
Church. ? . . ...
i The ceremony was performed by tne
Rev Dr J. T. Kelly. An effective group
I ing of lilies and roses against a
I background of smtlax ami palms deco
I rated liie church. The bride entered with
her father preceded by four bridesmaids.
' Miss Marian Taylor. Miss Dorothy Shaw.
Miss Irene Meyers and Mi-s Jessie Pam
sev. and the matron of honor. Mrs. H. m.
Phelps of Newark. N. J.. her sister, and
Winifred Simpson, the little flower girl.
The ushers. Mr. Glen Smith of Balti
more. Mr. John Lesley V'andegrift. Mr.
Stanlev Long and Mr. William Adams -of
this city, led the way to the platform,
where the bridegroom, with his best man.
Lieut H. A. Wingate of Fort Constitu
tion, N. H., brother of the bride, awaited
The bride wore a gown of white satin
crepe meteor trimmed with chantilly lace
and embroidered in pearls. Her tulle veil
was caught with orange blossoms and
she carried a shower of bride roses and
lilies of the valley. The matron of honor
wore pink flowered taffeta and carried a
bonouet of pink roses. _ . ,
The bridesmaids wore gowns of pinK
taffeta and carried shower bouquets of
lavender sweet peas and wistaria. All
the attendants wore lace caps. The
Mower girl wore a white batiste and lace
dress with pink ribbons and carried a
basket of rose petals.
A reception followed at the bride's home
011 Garfield street, wheye the parlor and
dining room were decorated with pink
roses and plants. Mrs. Wingate. the
bride's mother, assisted in receiving and
1 er gown was of ivory white crepe de
chine and chantilly lace.
Mr. Fenderson and his bride left Wash
ington last night for a. wedding trip, the
latter wearing a .smart traveling suit ot
wistaria 'novelty'cloth with a Milan straw
hat to match. They will be at home
after June 1 at 1WM Monroe street.
Among the out-of-town guests here for
the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. H. M
Phelps of Newark. Miss Carrie Davis of
Cedar Rapids. Iowa: Mr. Lyman Spencer
of Carbon dale. Pa.: Mrs. Margaret
Church and Mrs. Mary Souver oT (.'ape
May,"and Mrs. Horatio Church of Long
string. N. J.
Last evening at the Ninth Street Chris
tian Church Miss Mary Esther El wood
and Mr. Frederick Leslie Wight, jr.. were
married by the Rev. George A. Mil
ler. pastor of the church. Preced
ing the ceremony an organ recital
was given by Mr. Rex ford L. Holmes,
and Miss Mabel Benzb'r rendered
as soprano solos the old fa\orites.
Promise Me" and "Beloved. Tis Morn.
The bridal party was comrosed as fol
lows: Miss Edith Wilson, maid of honor:
Miss Lillian Towns* nd and Mis* Grace
Jarvis. bridesmaids; littl< Miss Dorothy
Ruth, tlcxwer girl: Mr. William A. EI wood,
best man: Mr. Ernest J. Elwood.
Mr William Dalkin. Mr. Everett Brock-,
man and Mr. Wheeler Wilson, ushers.
The bride, who was given in marriage |
bv her father. Mr. Ernest .? Elwood
was becomingly gowned in chiffon tatfeta.
trimmed with lace, wearing also a tu b
veil She carried a shower bouquet of
lilies of the valley. The maid of honor
wore pale blue crepe de chine, cut en
traine. and carried roses. The bridesmaids
were attired in pink crepe o. chine with
lace trimmings, and the little flower girl,
dressed in white. scattered roses alpng
t,.e bride's path in the church aisle, im
ivediateJv after the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of the bride s par
ents <VC? F street northeast, with only
the immediate friends and relatives as
guests. The voung couple departed on a
Tate train, with Philadelphia and Atlantic
City among the objective
will be at home after May l.? at the Ra
Miss SU'iTip was hostess yesterday at a
bridge party of eight tables in compliment
to Mrs. \V. H. Kent of Virginia and Mrs.
Kloyd Kilter of West Virginia.
Yesterday, in Baltimore, tile marriage
of Miss Mazie Wright of this city and
Mr. Harry T. Desklns of \M1 .an.son.
W Vs.. took place. Rev. W. I W a> of
iiciating. Only the immediate lamil.v and
?1 few friends were in attendance. Tne
happy couple left immediately after the
ceremony for New York.
\ large gathering of friends witnessed
the marriage at the First Conpegat.onai
Church last night of MiasMarj I.dlth
I jwlnn daughter of Mrs. Electa s. U?
on and Mr. John Thaddeus Kiker The
?hurch was beautifully decorated with
Raster lilies, pink azaleas, palms and
feThe ushers were Mr Fillmore Biker.
Mr, Arthur Kiker and Mr. V, illiam Kiker.
brothers or the groom, and Mr Kodge
Hill. Mr. Kdward Thomas and Mr. George
^Th'e* bride was given away b> liei
b .tber Mr J ? Kdwin 1.aw ton. and her
gown was a very lovely one of white
satin and tulle with pearls on the bodice
a,SheSlewore a tulle veil, held with a
wreath of silver leaves, and her bouquet
was a shower of brld.- roses and lilies of
j'' Mrp. IS." A. Ilose of New York attended
I hor sister as matron of honor, ami wore
i a sown of sold color satin with lace d a
| peries. She carried a bouquet of yellow
The bridesmaids. Miss Deborah Gooch.
; Miss Evelyn Booth. Miss Hose Carroll.
J Miss Kdna Thomas. Miss Maud Eiker
and Miss Joan Simpson, wore gowns of
green accordion-plaited chiffon and shad
ow lace and carried baskets tilled with
white daisies and maidenhair f?*rn.
Mr. Karl Eike:\ the groom's brother,
was best man.
A reception followed at the bride's
' home, vt hich was prettily decorated with
! pink and white flowers and palms for
jthe occasion.
; Mrs. I.awton. the bride's mother, was
i attired in taupe crepe, meteor and lace,
i and Mrs. M. P. Grant of Wisconsin. h? r
I aunt, wore black la? e.
When the newly married couple left on
i their honeymoon trip the bride was
j dressed in a suit of blue watfle ? loth.
i with .1 blue hat trimmed with orange
Swings. They will be at home after June
I 1 at 11K50 18th street.
| Miss Marie E. Du Hoes. UH?9 Park
'road, spent the Easter holidays with
i Mrs. Osma Knox Gardner in Baltimore.
; ?'onstantine Mavrondi Effendi, who has
! been appointed s< cretary to the Turk'sh
i embassy in this city, lias joined th ? nin
I bassador at the Shoreham.
Mrs. Howard R. Goodwin - as sent out
: eards announcing t':<* marriage of er
daughter Henrietta and Mr. Murray Kin
nell Tuesday. April 11. in this city.
1 Among the various attractions of the
! bazaar w lich is to given by th board
j of lady managers of tlie Episcopal Eye.
' Ear and Throat Hospital at the Raleigh
! Hotel April *?5N and there will he the
j afternoon and evening dancing, sup
; per and many artistic booths. The of
i fleers of the board of lady managers are
! Mrs. David Meade Lea. president: Mrs.
: William if. Fox, first vice president: Mrs.
; Edward Stel'wasen. second vice presi
I dent: Mrs. Faber Stevenson, recording
j secretary: Mrs. John Paul Earnest. cor
responding secretary: Miss Fanny Gilliss.
treasurer, and Mrs. William B. Trott. as
sistant treasurer.
Miss Ethel Kiley Griffith, daughter of
Mrs. Cora Louise Griffith, ai d Mr. Bern
ard Guy i.oveless were married yester
day at tlie Immaculate Conception Church
; by Rev Ambrose Beavans. The bride,
who wore a blue traveling dress, was at
tended by Miss Elizabeth Ryder, who
| wore a suit of mahogany cloth. Mr. F.
P. Gillian was best man.
The ushers were Mr. Roland Loveless,
brother of the groom: Mr. Samuel B.
Loveless, cousin of the groom: Mr. Em
mitt Dowling and Mr. V. Ambrose Sisler.
Mr. and Mrs. Loveless left immediately
after the ceremony for a trip north and
will be at home to their friends after
May 1.
Miss Helen Parker of this city was
among the bridesmaids at the wedding
; yesterday in Baltimore of Miss Mary
Parker Winder and Mr. S. Wilson Ileaton
? of Philadelphia. The four bridesmaids
i were all gowned alike in yellow chiffon
taffeta, with pink sashes, and their leg
j horn hats were trimmed with pink rosea
and black velvet ribbon. They carried
' pink snapdragons and yellow roses.
j Mrs. George Tully Yangiian and hex
j daughter. Mrs. William Crute. will not b?
? at home today, but tfill receive informal
. ly next Thursday.
j The Vice President and Mrs. Marshall
; were honor guests at a dinner given by
? Mr. Justice and Mrs. Pitney last night.
i Rear Admiral and Mrs. Richard c.
I Hollyday entertained at dinner last night
I Rear Admiral and Mrs. Homer R. Stan
I ford. Surgeon General Rupert Blue of th?
public health service. Dr. and Mrs. Waltei
Wells. Mr. and Mrs. William Wheat ley.
Commander and Mrs. Chester Wells. Maj.
Duval I. F. S. A.: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Walker.. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clifford
Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Britton Browne.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Semple of Louis
ville. Ky.: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dilling
ham of Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Kauffmann. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Neale,
Mrs. William Haywood and Mr. Johan
nessen of the Norwegian legation.
Mr. and Mrs. Ash ton G. Clapham enter,
tained at a dinner last night at the Chevy
Chase Club in honor of Miss Anna Port
; n^r and Representative Henry D. Flood.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lorimer
Graham. Representative Dupre. "Miss
Edith Graeie, Miss Hanna Taylor. Miss
j Cornelia Clagett. Miss Hilda Portner,
j Miss Douglas Fuller of Winchester, Miss
! Lucy Martin. Baronfess von Baumgarten,
Mr. Paul Portner, Mr. Alvin O. Portner,
! Mr. J. M. Raker, jr.: Lieut. Harry Cla
| gett. Mr. John Cockran an'd Mr. Lefevre
| of the Panama legation.
i Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Eugene Ladd en
' tertained at dinner last night at the
i Chevy Chase Club dreceding the Wednes
j day night dance. Their guests, who were
; asked to meet Miss Maitland Marshall
! and Paymaster John H. Knapp. I*. S. N..
i were Lieut, and Mrs. l.a Garde. Lieut,
i and Mrs. McMillan. Miss Adams. Miss
Mary Bayne of New York. Miss Hazel
Funk of Bloomington. 111.: Miss Julia
Tlevl. ??liss Katherine Du Bose, Dr. Kear
ny. Capt. Walsh. Capt. Schley. Mr. Long
a Vt.
I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bealp McLean
j khvp a rlinner last night at which ninetv
guests were present, and wh'cli was fol
I lowed ljv a danoe to which 1.7> additional
, guests were asked. The dinner guests
j included the German ambassador, the
, Spanish ambassador and Mine, de Riano.
; the Attormy General. Senator and Mrs.
; Francis Warren. Senator Lippitt. Senator
j du Port, the Belgian min ster and Mine.
I Haven'th. Mr. and Mrs. Colville Barclay,
j Mr. Haniel von Haimhausen. Mr. and
! Mrs. Charles Carrol'. Mr. and Mrs. George
j Eustis. Representative and Mrs. Peter
Goelet Gerry. Mr. and Mrs. George How
ard. Mr. and Mrs. William Randolph
Hearst of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Town send. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Cobb.
Mr. and Mrs. Henri de Sibour. Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick H. Bugher. Mr. and Mrs.
I -arz Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Truxton
Beale. Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh. Mrs.
' Richard Townsend. Mine. Christian
Hauge. Mrs. Marshal! Field. Mrs. O. H.
I'. Be'mont of New York Mrs. J. Bor
' den Harriman. Mrs. Robert McCormick,
: Mrs. Herman Oclricbs of New Yor'%. Mrs.
i Robert Patterson. Mrs. Horn* Slate:-. Mr.
! and Mrs. .1. Ross Todd. Mr. and Mrs.
? Henry White. Mr. and Mrs. j-.ldr:dge Jor
i dan. Countess Gizycka. Miss Mabel Gerry
| of New York. Col. and Mrs. .'?Joreton
i Gage of the British embassy. Miss Mac
Veagh. Miss Mabel Board man. M's>: i.ota
Robinson. Miss Todd. Miss Garner. Mrs.
Cornelius Bliss of New York. Mrs Henry
j C. Corbin, Mrs. Edwaid Mitchell Ma.i.
Gen Leonard Wood. IT. S. A.: Dr. Charles
' I>. Waicoi'.. Co'!. Wilbur Wilder. T'. S. A.:
I Viscount Benoiat d'Azy, Baron von Lers
ner. Mr. R. McCormick. Baron de Nagell.
1 Mr. von Rath. Hon. Ernest Scott. Hon
i Thomas Spring-Rice. Mr. Frederick Hnide
| koper. Mr. creitrhton Webb of New YorK,
i Capt. Van Ness Phiiilp. Mr James Harri
f man. Mr. John Barrett. Viscount Camp
! den. Capt. E'l'ott. V. S. A . Represer.tn
I tive I'rede rick H. Gillett. Mr. Henry Ou
i Pont and Mr. John Wilkins. The floral
decorations were uni:3'.iai!y beautiful. The
dinner was served a.1 live round tables,
each having a centerpiece of orchids
jonquils and roses.
Mrs. John William Falls of Memphis,
Tenn.. was hostess today at a luncheon
at the New Willard. Her guests were
seated at a large round table, the central
decoration of which was a tail pyramid
of rambler roses surround'ed by white li
i lacs and pink roses. Mrs. Falls' guests
I were Mrs. Champ Clark. Mrs. Claude A.
j Swanson. Mrs. James E. Martine. Mrs.
I John K. Shields, Mrs. George W. Fair
child. Mrs. Henry D. Ciayton Mrs. Victor
I Kauffmann. Mrs. WickiifTe Rose, Mrs.
Joseph Folk. Mrs. Austin tviuU-, Airs.
John Temple Graves. Mrs. John A. Lo
gan. Mr.-. I. Kar- 1'.;. ker. Mrs.. J. Selwin
Tait. Mrs. H. C. Ansley, Mrs. Charles C.
MeChord. Mrs. Walter S. Crosley, Mrs.
Elmer Black. Mrs. Theodora F. Shuey.Mrs.
Thomas B. Dunn. Mrs. Fred A. Britten,
i Mrs. Homer R. Stanford, Mrs. Thomas B.
I Hutchinson. Mrs. Post Wheeler, Mrs. J.
A. Swift. Mrs. Hubert S. Dent, Mrs. John
E. Osborne, Mrs. Charles G. Matthews,
Mrs. William Wheatley. Mrs. William F.
Dennis. Miss Flora Wilson. Miss Mary
I Temple. Miss Susan Biddle and Miss Do
j rothv Dunn.
Miss Xnita Kite, daughter of Surgeon
Kit#-. I'. S. -V. and Mrs. Kite, has gone
to West Point for the Easter holidays.
She will also visit in New York before
returning home Miss Ada Birmingham,
daughter of Col. Birmingham. L\ S. A.,
and Mrs. Birmingham.
Miss Mildred Herndon was hostess at
a dance Tuesday night in honor of her
guest, Miss Cottrell of West Point,
Miss. Miss Cot troll w ill accompany j
Miss Herndon to the "Faster hop" *lt
Annapolis Saturday night.
In view of the approaching wedding of
Mr. Henry Dehon Abbot and Miss Dor
othy Merriam of this city, which will
take place Wednesday. April "Jl?. at St.
Thomas' Church. the father of the groom
< *ol. Frederic V. Abbot, has rented the
house. No. 17:?o I* street, for a month and
| Mrs. Abbot and daughters will arrive
j April lv. t.. be followed later by (Jen.
? Henry I.. Abbot and his daughters from
j Boston. A ft*?r the wedding Mr. Abbot
i and his b: id^ will live in Boston.
; Mrs. Louis J. Smith of 11.'. Maple View
! place entertained at an attractive Master
j luncheon Tuesday in I'or.or of Sirs. I aura
! I'axon of Newark. I >??1 . guest of Mis S.
j M. Prazier of 111 Maple View place.
I The guests were Mrs. S. M. Frazier. Mrs.
j R. A. Pvles. Mrs. M. M. Moffitt and guest,
j Mrs. S. W. Durflinger 01 London. Ohio:
Mrs. George O. Walson and Mrs. Blanche
Pulizzl The table was beautifully deco
rated in pink and pink sweet peas, a ith
favors, etc.. emblematic of the Faster
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoitmuller an
nounce t.ie marriage of their daughter.
Olga and Mr. 1'lysses I.. Berg.-- of
this eity. Mr. and Mrs. Bergcr are spend
ing their honeymoon at Atlantic City and
on their return will be home to .heir
friends at 1112 Florida avenue northwest
Wednesdays, beginning Ma> 1"
j The District Society. Daughters of
' 1812, will giv. a. reception to all Dis
I tr!ct Daughters and all visiting
? Daughters of 1*12 at the Hotel i'ow
I ha tan Tuesdav evening. Aorll 21. from
j to 11.
The president. Mrs. Kate Kearney
Henry, assisted by the Ileal Daughters
of tlie Society, will receive. The chair
man of the entertainment committee.
Mrs. Bella M. Truby. will have the aid
of the following members: Miss Ivi
phemia Graham. Miss Kthel Noyes. Miss
Maud Morris. Miss White and Miss
M:. and Mrs. Henry K. Wiliard of
this city, who are now at their win
ter home in Pasadena. Cak. entertained
there recently at a dinner in honor ??f
the sev. nty-ninth birthday anni
versary of their uncle. Mr. Danie. Kel
Miss lluna K. Hanvey. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fdgar W. Hanvey. i:;i."? Fmer
son street, and Mr. Boy 1". ( arty, soil
i of Mr. and Mrs. Alton B. ("arty, were
married last night at the Mount Pleasant
Congregational Church, in tin- presence
of a large gathering of their friends and
Dr. Clarence A. Vincent, pastor of the
church, officiated, assisted by Dr. Wal
lace Kadcliffe of the Nvw York Avenue
Presbyterian Church.
The bridal iiarty elite;ed the church
by the west entrance, the groom and at
1 tendants, preceded by the pastor, ap
! proaching the chancel by the right aisle,
i and the bride's attendants, fol'jwe i by
?.he flower girls, in advance of the bride,
accompanied by her father, marched up
the left aisle.
The bride was attired in a gown of
white satin, made with a court train,
trimmed with seed pearls and real lace.
She wore a veil caught with pearls and
orange blossoms, and carried a shower
bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the
Miss Dorothy K. Hanvey. cousin of the
bride, was the maid of honor, and wore
mauve cliarmeuse and carried a bouquet
of yellow roses.
The bridesmaids were Misses Kdith S.
Combes. Washington: Helen H. Lamson,
Trenton, N. J.. cousins of the bride: Vir
ginia Carty, Frederick, Md.. cousin of
the groom, and Frsula V. Wachter.
Washington. Their gowns were of yel
low charmeuse and each carried a clus
ter of purple sweet peas. They wore lace
caps with short veils.
T^itt??; Misses Helen ('arty Jones and
Dorothy V. Hanvey. both of Washington,
were the tlower girls.
Mr. Bruce Cleveland of this city was
the best man. and the ushers were
Messrs. Franklin C. Knock, cousin of
the grooru: Norton M. Little. Marcus W.
Baldwin. Roy Shoemaker. William F.
Braithawaite. A. Stuard Young, all of
Washington: John Gilham and Simeon
D. Johnson of New York, cousins of the
Following the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of the bride's
parents for the brklal party ami Imme
diate relatives, after which the couplt
departed on a bridal trip, the place of
destination being kept from the friends.
Among the out-of-town guests were
Mrs. M. M. Carty. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
L. Carty. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Carty of
Frederick. Md.: Mr. and Mrs. George Gil
ham. New York city: Mrs. A. F. Combes.
Miss Mabel Rosscll. Miss Gertrude
Hutchison and Mrs. T. Lamson of Tren
ton. N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. George H Lacey an
nounce tlx* marriage of their daughter
Margaret and Mr. William S. Hunter
Wednesday. April 15.
.Miss Natalie Harrison and Miss Kuth
Pilling went to Baltimore today to be
the house guests of Miss Margery I. Pen
nington. and to attend the wedding of
Miss Pennington and Mr. Fdward Norris
Kimball, which will take place this even
ing. Miss Marie Isaacs of Richmond
Va.. a sister of Mrs. John Skclton Wil
liams. is also in Baltimore for the wed
Miss Marjorie Wheeler, daughter of
Mrs. Charles Yandes Wheeler of Pitts
burgh. and Mr. 1 om Brown of Buffalo.
N. Y.. were married yesterday at the
Church of the Kpiphany. the btide's
brother. Mr. Charles V. Wheeler giving
her In marriage. The bride was at
tended by little Miss Kleanor Wheeler,
her niece: Master Yandes Wheeler, her
nephew, and little Miss l&lizabcth Wheel
er. Mr. George Yandes Wheeler was
best man. and the ushers were Mr.
Harry Wheeler and Mr. Fletcher Wheel
er. The bride wore white net and lace
and a tulle veil bordered with lace. She
carried bride roses and lilies of the val
ley. A small breakfast followed the
ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles V. Wheeler. After a wedding
trip Mr. and Mrs. Brown will reside in
Last night in the Church o' the Refor
mation Miss Louise Tcieher. daughter ??f
Mr. and Mrs. John G Teleher. and Mr.
William Alvin Seegers of Columbia. S. ?
were married b> the pastor. Rev. John
Weidley. The church was tastefully dw
oratsd for the occasion, and Mrs. Weid
ley Played the wedding musie. The bride,
who was escorted to the altar and given
in marriage by livr father, was gowned
in white crepe meteor ?iraped in rich
ohantilly lace and carried a shower bou
quet of bride ruses and lilies of the val
ley. Her tulle veil ?vas caught with a
wreath vf orange blossoms, and she wore
a nearl and diamond brooch, the gift of
the groom.
Mrs. Burns Do'vncy. the bride's only
si ;ter. who was dame of honor, wore shell
pink mikado crep-. trimmed in silk
shadow lace, and carried an armful of
roses the shade of her gown. The brides
maids were Miss Marian Kliason and Miss
r loride Socgers. sister of the groom. They
wore dresses of pink crepe meteor and
shadow lace and their bouquets v.erv long
sprays of pink and white sweet peas.
Mr. C. C. Habenicht of Columbia. S. ('..
was best man, and the ushers were Mr.
II. B. Both well and Mr. Burns C. Dow
ney of this city: Mr. H. B. Hare of Sa
luda. S. C.. and Dr. Muller Griffith of
Baltimore. Md.
A small reception followed the cere
mony at the bride's home, which was
decorated in ferns, tulips, jonquils and
potted Faster llowers. Mrs. Seeger* was
assisted in receiving by her mother, who
wore a gown of Copenhagen blue crepe
meteor..and by Mrs. F. W. Seegers, ni ?th
er of the groom, whose d:ess was of v io
let crepe meteor. Miss Margaret Rose
Smith of Bristol, Va., poured the fruit
Later in the evening the n^wly married
couple left for New York. Mrs. Seegers
traveling in a tailored suit of king's
blue poplin, with hat to match. Upon
their return they will spend a few days
in this city before going to Columbia. S.
C., where they will take up their resi
Mr. F. W. Seegers and Mr. F. W.
Seegers. jr.. father ami brothe* of the
groom, and Mrs. Doris Morton, an aunt,
all of Columbia, S. C.. were also in town
to attend the wedding.
l-aet evening at the Shrine of the Sacred
Heart the marriage took place of Miss
Theresa Waters, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John O. Waters of Rock Creek
Chureii road, and Mr. Leo Downey of Al
exandria. Va. The church was deco
rated with lilies and palms. The bride,
who was escorted to the sanctuary by
her father, wore white satin, trimmed
with rare old lace. She also wore a tulle
veil and orange blossoms and carried a
I shower of bride roses anfcL 'lilies of the
I valley. she wore .? superb ruby pin. tho
i ^ift of the biide^room
Miss <;.?rtrude t*. Spetzler of Baltimore
was maid of honor :<nd wore pah- pink
, satin, trimmed with crystal. and a silver
lae<- hat. She ? arried a shower of mvmi
! pea*?. Tlo- bridesmaids were Miss Mai
{ garet T. Waters of Denver. < 'o. . Mis*
| Josephine Paly. Miss Helen Sprimcmar.
.(Continued on Tenth Page.)
ItAKKIi. ''I! 111? ??J.?\. \n*; i? 1:. 1?
::n?l Mrs. Willi*. J Raker. ? v,.n
: I>A\ IS on \\ ??dtM >*l.i\. April 1 \. P?1t.
' and Mrv I :. <v.-lh F. IV,, >.
SUM,M AN LA A!HI?1\ ?April P. P.?I4 At
i it 11:iinfi' . m.:. J A-Olt >lil UM\N and
ill i.l N 1 Ml ISK 1 AMROHN. '-th . f Wa>
ingtou. I). ? . by iUUd c. a. Etutebstein "
j AM'1-.IWA Siidde<t'\. Apr; P."'. t at
irs re*id, m-e .;'JS ' Uai. .
H.ichts. O < . .? P \NOi.WSI V ? o\ .
h-isPand ?.f I! ia -i \:>.I. :v;i Hate. - ?
ami >?>!> of t ? !a'c ? p. \ni|.-rs. ti of So ,
..f funt-ral lai-r
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April i.y p.m. :i! isi? ? . j.,.. j;!.' \
x.o;k u\.-ur.v 1?.T| h m . Al.il.\/t' i. -I ? ?1? N
SoN. Hi* li'av . ;? m.?T2:> r u ? ?\o .I.nv
i r?*rs. one s*?n. three sriand.-hii.i:>-n. tur.
?'i?pl?l ? bildren and a host .>f r>'Iaf.i>-> t-?
u?e rn wis
. l'ui > ral I, -in hi- !a*?* resid.-n*-.- ; . ,lav >\ :: .
April IT. :iT 7 k. \ : f .
H"Uy will |.o rt-nnm.! t.? h<> ? i i ?
? ?entity . M?l.. f .r !? ria .
LAWRKN? F. Oil April lull, i ? i Jo p u .<
Prorhien?*e llosp:tal. SM.v I.AWRllNi i . a- I
tift.' -t bre?> x ? ? n t s.
Kun<-:a' I*rl<l iy. Apvi'r 17. a: '? ?? ??!??? k a :n . i
st. I*airi>-k*> Ouarcli. iut^rmont a Moun
MKKII.I.AT. ?*. W .-.lue^f.-r. \. 1. p.?ll
r.rlrt p.l??.. ai |< H
v.-^t ? hai:;.?:s r. . ? .,-,i . :
of \lar> ?
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p'.-.im* < op3 . < 17*
P.WNl; ? Ml 1 M; n A 1 1!U 1. OlAKI.Ks
I " I'A V N I:. ?!,.*?, .1 11 ;?I?.t ? i .<( I .,-i.. , ? H
Payiif ii Il l '-iris:
Fraw-mal : Tiurs.iay. :l SO. a: s p.hi..
at his la:.- r????. 'J"*]'.'. ?? sir<*?'T u??nh
*v??si. Iat I.ijnoi . Va.
M'-iu1k?|'s .f !'.? ,.iiia?- i i!?.*il. N.. Jo I..ii . r
1 . A. .M . a. ??{???! *o .<; r ? -ti-1 flu TtiriTal
s.Tri??*s of our !;??. I.r.-t r?.:. ? HAi;l.F< 1
PAYXK. at lii? Im?>* t: .. J".n:: <? .
n?r:h??>:. at s n.ni. Tim-. ^ it: i 1 i?; p.?;p
Ily "irii.-r .1 II. M II.STKAl?. < .tju. i .?r
? IIAS. II SP\1MKR< K oi ic >
PUKl SSLir. ??;. April li. p.ill. M; "vIA It
? aki:t piii.i sski:. v. r- s: r.
Pr-U'M-r. ?Ipt? I <tre-: nortliv ?-st. >ix:
iilm* > "ai"s.
I'uruTal from rlap ?>f Frank s ti-::
7fii innt li\? <??.?. I'riiin v :<{\ ?.?:???> >. No ?
17. H;*
SHAl.l.KMU;ii?:i;i: Sis.l.i -I.;.. ..Ii w? .|ur ,a-.
April 1.".. I'll |. at ,is r<-<i.|. i,. >..? ii.
U'H.LIAM S . hus'.Mini of .!<?>? p. lit
pow*?r Sltall?'itl"'t^'-r.
{ FuiP-ral s'tvi?*?'> at tat ?'aKa v P.ap;i>1 ? ..ir >
i Frl?iay. April 17. a: J p.in h<t??rtn?,ii! p !
! vau>. I ti*
TALTY. ??a W^in.^lay. Ap; i! 1".. P.m. \|;P.IR
R.. ila.itr.itrr of StHMii.-i* ati>l iii-* lat.? Mry
Tally, at I??*r ? sWleiut*. \l sin*et n-.rth
' casi.
( FuiitjiI Satur?ia;>. Ap.'i! lv. a: !? n.tn.. from St.
Al;.vsiti< t*.i'r- it. P.i:t*rin?'m privao . Kln-i'y
OTIS 11 tlo .%<?! >. *
! WANZKIJ. I'. ; f- M..|?iax. \t.- I
Fuif ral from It;- lair r'-s!d >:t.M-. 14? 7 * - t
?itillioa>t. Friday. April 17. at 1 ??'. ! *?*.
WKMiHT. Pa^.^j iwa.t'f ii ly away ?.n - ,.yr
Xpl'i! 14. l!?14. a? S:t<r? p.m.. at iti>
:?!?; iS??l i. I'Ttlnv.M, THOMAS 1 h -
!??%?*?J hu?bai-.i ?.f Fl'.ti U. \\'t!~i.t.
Fu;.**i"ai fr.?ii> M. tro;...litan A. M. i . ? M
str.-.-t l?"tw**eti IT.tIt mul 1 *>: h ?-tr'*?*4N ? ih
oil Friday. April i7. at 1 ? n t it;.
Frit'nd- and r??latirrs invit?d 1<? attend. 1
kot nil! not l?r- opea.-d at tl??- - ?-l?ur?-li. W*
Th?' meuibers of xho llail A>6^ aiion C*.
? O. .-f <?. P. ar.- r^.pn?^t? d to m.i t . M?*tr.
j p.?15tan t'linn-h. M-srtvrt Itfttw.n I.Y.u ;:ud lrtt'
ft< northw ?*Kt. Friday. Ap>"il 17. P?14. ;<: 1
| ; o'.'ioi k.. for the p.if|?.?-- of paying tin- la-J tr'l'ti ??
' ; of to -n.r prv^lU'itr ltr. "i.? r
i | SAM'Tj W WATSON. S-s'y lfall A?'n. ?
In Meinoriam.
' IIORKY. In sad l??it W?vinsr mcu.oiy ... dar
line mother. Mrs. tiKOIl'JIA II. U??15l"Y. w ??
pa>>od awav otie vear aj- l-diiv. \ptll Iti.
1 1913.
I often -i: ami think <~f thee
Wb.'ii I am all al. n-:
For ni'iBOry Is th?- only friend
Tliat sriof --an .-ail i.<; own.
I -.hall never eease '?? !??ve yotj.
Titoueh y. tir f.irm it?. tin- <Jn>; .
And some day 1 ln.i?e ;?? tn?-? i y? ti
To this end l:i <jr.il j trust:
D\ IIFK UFAtilFD l'AI 'illil U 1IAIUI1.
THOMPSON. In metn. rr . f ouV d.?i. I.. '.-red
j mother. MAKY F- flIoMPt??V ..???. Slt.^
mttkf-t. vbiftt '.'.kI teofc from ;h'^ iif?- ' r *
(.ne two jvar- h.Z" tialiy. \pril 1^
Sleep ?<n. dear m >".Uen.
Take thy well oa-n.^i re-r:
W.- tried t" keep yon vvii h n>.
But trod in Hi< merey kae.v 1.. -
Tile ir.t't day of \p: il i" her.-.
Til- saddest to u< of .?!1 ?h. ya
Hei-aitse from us wa< tak?n awny
Our dearest m< ther ??u that d ?y
! YOI'NO. In s\v?i't and i?vini: niem iry- oi;
devoteu dauiiiter and sisj.-r. FI.oUI.Nt ?
>IAY Yoi N?i. wh?? dei?arted this Iif?- s.-v?-n
years a^o today. April .
' T?ear is tii** crave w'.H'fe our !ov?*d oil" .? laid;
| Sweet is i ii?* memory that tf-ver shall fade.
' may - it ? r. leavi-s (ad?* and ?li?\
' Th?;ueii others iere'-t her. n??. I't'v ? siial! o. ?
. WFNOFIS. I:t - 1 '"it : ? ;m ?mi.ra e ? ? f
my inoiiier. ItMBF?"?'A WKVtJUlI. ?iw di.-d
; six ^ears at??dav. A:>ii! 1?'. I!m?s.
.t r*. \* ur r?l- X"
1337 10th St. NAY. Phone
vrn-niBu.t; kiivi k
N 47
J. \V1L!.!AM t-l.h. Fuuei-ai l>!recttfr
and kiji>a;mo-. Livery in .-onne. ti??n Comino
dlous . .ap -; ind :u.-i ? .???!.a : i
f.rlees :t3*J Pa. *?-.? e.-.v. !".-|. p..o-. - ,? * 12V.
WM- rS. aAJ^Oii- &
! M xKiiAl. iMiCi 1 r .WO tr.lP. I.wi.K-N
? 4f?s H ?t. n.e. M?..l?*r?i .-iiatie!. p:.'>o? I .",^4.
KaCahiisl.ed lsV>.
jOS! ''i: fjAV.'LMR's SON'S.
1720-32 P.*uua> iv.iuin at. nip- riortin e-!.
Chapel. l*lioue.s Main :.r?tJ-W23.
J ? ? ?? ? ? \nti?'ii.?i.ile NerrK-e.
' l>lentho'l aad st*_rv I. e.
Cotiiidet<* fun -rau- $7i.W
w w DEAL co
816 11 STttEET NOKiU1;AST.
Telepiione l.ln.'oiii H4ti4. ?iha^pl.
Josealh F. Bircihi's Sous,
3034 M St. \r.\v.
? Li vert. .P.?:l\ i -.VliNK'i. . v-.a-.?i.
' Mn7 *?:i. f . oa. \ ;;7^"
: iP5?AiX:< GE!!iBR'S SONs,
ntf Si-.V'KVI :: Sp \\.
P.. Sunhiorsi,
-ii- i?"7 - los s //irnonsf. P.'
94? F Street N.W.
j Phones Main Sgj?
Fr:inV \ Spea e. Msrr.
I See *j!ur Scecs&i at S2.DC
FRANK L. SriirT.TZ. ^'2 Center ma ker,
i Phone*. Main 5s?7o and North 12.?A-M. .
J. M. SMALL ii: SONS, l-'lorists.
Corner 15tti and II Pts.. WASHINGTON.
*. T?.: 1 Tn .?*?!> ay. New York.
Flovvrrs f*>c Funeral* a Soe.-f*'ti\
Pot Plant*. PlN?n? L 2.*;v7
11. ne FURNISHES FLNF.S i Ft nI-.Ra ,
Appropriate Florall Tokens
A; t .st >-\pi-v*si\ .* -ine\|>enb;ve.
I'romot auto delivery servk-e.
Gosdie Bros. Co., '^4 F St
to.. I'wiun.. tiCliiAL. VAl.Lt ps A Jot ?
century coneeptioa: made of eloae >*-anetl
Crete flint, tt^l reiufort-eil; water and o>iuiid
proof: reaaunable; furaiskad fcv funerMl . t
rectors 2GUu North Caii. at. Phpue* N 3011'J.
N. S336-M.

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