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the th Xaieaal Theater last Bight ght to wit witness witness ¬
ness 1 > > 8 the 0 porfermaaee of The Altar l ar of ofFriendship o oFrlh ofE
Friendship Frlh E iesdeW Her guests were Justly Justiqpiml JustlylDd Justlyfad
fad Mrs r Holmes Holm Senator and Mrs MrsLodge Mrslodge Irs IrsLocI
LocI Lodge aad M JHI Mr Ir Sargeat SargeatDinners SarGOalDinners SargeatDinners
DinnersThe Dinners DinnersThe DinnersThf
The AltorRa Attorney General atnl Mrs Ira Knox Knoxgave l KnoxC nox noxavt
C gave avt a dlaasr of twentytwo covers last lastevening latTholr lastevening
evening Thoir guest were Senator and andMrs andlrlC andMrs
Mrs lrlC Wotmore Senator and Mrs Irs Hanna HaanaSenator HannaSoAlor HannaSenator
Senator and Mr Mrs Forakor Senator and andMrs andltlrl andMrs
Mrs Fairbanks the Paymaster General Generalof
of the Army Arm and Mrs Bates Mr Ir and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs John W V Foster Fo tor Mr and Mrs Irs B BHenderson DHtnderson BHenderson
Henderson Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Charles A ASpaulding ASpaulding ASpaulding
Spaulding Mr and Mrs 11 Olmstod Mr Mrnnd 1Irpnd Mrend
end Mrs Irs Thomas F Walsh WalshThe WalshThe Va1lhThe
The Mexican cdcan ambassador and Mmo de deAzpiroE s1eAzplrox 10 10Aplroz
AzpiroE entertained at dinner last night nightTheir nlghlTheir nightTheir
Their guests were erc Miss 111 Wilson the min minister minIster minIster ¬
ister from rom Haiti and Mmo lmo Loger the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese minister and Mme Takahira Takahirathe Takahlrathe Takahirathe
the Cuban minister and Mme Quesada Qucsadnthe Quesadath Quesadathe
the th minister from Salvador and Mrs MrsLopez MrsLopez MrsLopez
Lopez Miss Uss Bison the secretary of the theMexican theMexican theMexican
Mexican embassy ombass and Mme Torros Miss MissMarlnn Miss3inrlan US8 US81Iarlnn
Marlnn Gallaudot Miss Curtis Miss Mat Mattingly Mattlngl Mattingly
tingly tlngl tho minister from Costa Rica tho thominister thomnlster theminister
minister from Nicaragua the minister ministerfrom ministerfrom ministerfrom
from Bolivia the charge daffaires of ofUruguay ortrugua oftruguay
Uruguay and Mr Ir Loomis the Assistant AssistantSecretary A8SstantS AssistantSecretary
Secretary S rrotary of State StateCo StateCol StateCol
Co Col and Mrs Clarence Edwards entertained en entertained ¬ i
tertained at dinner last night the fol following following 01 ¬ I Ilowln
lowing lowln guests Josts The minister from the theNetherlands theXcthorlands theNetherlands
Netherlands Mr tlr and Mrs Morriam Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs DC Kovon Koon Mrs Draper Mrs MrsHenry MrsHenry lrs lrsHnr1
Henry May Iay Mrs Herbert Wadsworth WadsworthMiss WadsworthMiss VadsworthJss
Miss Jss Boardman Baron Rittor Mr MrPhilips MrPhilips Ir IrPhilips
Philips Edwin Morgan aad CIcland CIclandDavis ClolandDayl ClelandDavis
Davis DavisMrs DaylMrs F FMrs
Mrs Julian James entertained at din dinner dinner dinner ¬
ner last night i iAt
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this season seasonMrs seasonMrs ScallonIrs
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La Garde at the Soldiers Home this thiswinter UtlsInt thiswinter
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Mrs J H Cavanaugh and Miss 11 Cav Cavanaugh ea eaanaushwllI Cavanaugh
anaugh anaushwllI will be at home today for the thelast tbolast thelast
last time this season seasonWill MtllOnWil11fot seasonWill
Will Wil11fot Not Receive ReceiveOwing ReceiveOwll1go ReceiveOwing
Owing Owll1go to oontiniiod Illness IUn Mrs Mr J JMurray Jlurra JMurray
Murray lurra Burroll will bo unable to ro receive rocelve roceive ¬
ceive today todayMrs tod todlr todayMrs
Mrs lr Julos Gutlirldga will not no be at athome athomo athome
home today todayMrs totlarI todayMrs
Mrs I r Prod Bennett Miff S Stroll S rttt will willnot willpot m mIot
not be at home ome this afternoen aUttrnoenIIut Hut will willgive willgive willgive
give a ta a next Xt Friday Prkla Fobraary27 FMrtlar i Inhonor In InLonor InbODOI
honor of orMrs Mrs Oldeerg OldhergMrs OldeergMrs OldlHNg3lnI
Mrs and Miss U Macfarlnad 1727 li F FStreet 1 1Street FStreet
Street will not be at homo today toda or oragain oragain oragain
again daring the season seasonMrs 8ea ceasesMrs OR ORtlra
Mrs Charles W V PJeree and Miss MissPierce Mrs MrsPierce U UPlercG
Pierce will not rqoeivo rQ o the u remaining remainingFriday romalnlnrFrIday romainin6Friday
Friday In February Fbbruarolmt but wf wfll 11 be at bom bomFridays b hence henceFridays nte nteJlrldas
Fridays In J March MarchMrs MarchMrs MarchIrs
Mrs Irs S A Wolhaupter olhaupter and Mrs D P PWolhauptor Polhauptor PWolhaupter
Wolhauptor 1415 1S Holmoad Avenue AVORU will willpot willnot 111 111not
not be at home today tOOa but will be at atborne athmo atbnmo
borne on Friday Frldayafternoonll afternoons Fobruary Iobruryallfl 27 27ml 2Tand
and ml March 0 0Mrs 01lr8 0 0f
f Mrs John Walker alker Holcomba will net netbe ROtbe netbe
be at home today todayToo todayTbo todayThe
Too Misses 11 Sedgloy will set JN t receive receivetoday rec reealvetoday he hetoda
today todayMrs toda todayMrs
Mrs Barnes wife of Assismat sere Secretary seretry Seerstary ¬
tary Uarasi u will ofU not be at hem asms bellle today todayMlM todayf 1 1tI
f Miss tI JSllaabeth Cromwell StssJi sa is risit risiting vleitlag IU IUlnr
lag relatives la Philadelphia PkllsdeipbfaMrs PJaUadttIJ ria riaIrs
Mrs Irs Haraehl H meael Mala Ia will net t ho at athome athome athome
home on February Jeltruar 21 1 and 38 3 but will re receive reeeh reeslve ¬
ceive eeh her friends Saturdays In ftlareli ftlareliThe JIIIreDThe MarebThe
The Pavlowde Planquas Wedding V7cddingThe VlcddingTh WeddingThe
The Th wedding weddb of Miss 11 do dos Pluw Plamjue ues and andMr aRelJr andMr
Mr Jr Pavlow which society has leaked leakedforward leokedtorward lookedforward
forward to with pleasant anticipations anticipationssince aDtlelp anticipationssince tloo8 tloo8sinco
since the aanouacenient aano eemoot was made In isthe Inthe Sath
the th oarly fall that it would be eels celebrated eelttbrated eelsbratod ¬
brated here took place teat sight la lathe fathe Inthe
the diningroom of the new embassy embassywhich embaa embassywhich y yhleh
which hleh was installed la the Morton MortonHouse 1IortonHouso MortonHouse
House on Wednesday It fs difficult to tounderstand tounderstand tounderstand
understand how a largs Isrg household could couldbo couldbe couldbe
be established furniture arranged pictures pic pictures pictures ¬
tures hung and a wedding and recep reception reception rception ¬
tion given all in twentyfour boors boorsbut lI hoursbut Unl Unlbut
but this was accomplished by b the Coun Countess Countess Countess ¬
tess Casein and the staff of the em embassy ombusy embassy ¬
bassy her father baring b been en Indic indisposed lnlll lnlllposed Indicposed ¬
posed wa when ii the mortag teok place and andunable aadunnblf andunable
unable to give hor muck assistance aesletaseeCountess assistanceCounter aaLalleeCountese
Counter Caasinis ladsarf isdeshltahie table onergjr onergjrand onergtand
and onthugiapmsunaoweted enthusiasm enthlaa m Mtrms MtrJRted Ud all dlftlettl dlftlettlties dtlileultles
ties and thero was nothing laekiag 1scidn 1scidnt
last 18 < < night > > 1fJtt Unit w would W have added to tothe tolho tothe
the brilliancy and success of the oc oceastea ocwAlch oceasioa
eastea which will II long hJ b be remembered rememberedby rm dHtred dHtredby
by those who participated in it itThe ItTho itThe
The front drawing drai room of the em embassy embauy embassy ¬
bassy was 811 elaborately and beautifully beautifullydecorated beautifullydee beautifullydecorated
decorated dee ratod with ith lilies UUe and white roses rosesthe rOMliUle rosesthe
the Russian Ru lRn bridal flowers owtrII American AmericanBeauty AmericanOBUt AmericanBeauty
Beauty OBUt roses adorned the reception halland hall halland halland
and the middle drawing room and in all allthe allI allthe
I the rooms there were garlands of Southern South Southern ¬
ern smilax asparagus vines Ines and palmsThe palms palmsThe palmsTbo
The dining dtDln room which was wa converted convertedinto concrLltlInto convertedInto
into a chap chapel was decorated with greens greensand greensand greensand
and with spring flowers many lilies and androses AnelrOllC8 androses
roses being us used d A temporary altar altarwas alterwas
was 811 erected in front of the large man mantel mantel mantel ¬
tel on which the icon the cross the thegolden Lbegollen thegolden
golden crowns the gold cup and the theplate th thplate theplate
plate for the wine Ine and bread used in the theceremony theceromony theceremony
ceremony were placed The tall mantel mantelwhich mantelwhich mantelwhich
which reaches rc ches nearly to the ceiling was wascompletely waseomplotcly wascompletely
completely covered with flowers and andformed andformod andformed
formed a pleasing background to thealtar the thealtar thealtar
altar altarAccording altarAccordin altarAccording
According Accordin to the Russian ritual Count CountCassini CountCaplnl CountCassini
Cassini in the absence of Mr Pavlows Pavlowsparents Palowsparenta s sparents
parents blessed ble ed him with the holy bol icon iconbefore Iconbcfore loonbefore
before the bridal party part descended do cendod the thestairway fbeatalrwa thestairway
atalrwa stairway The icon an exquisitely painted paint painted ¬ I Icd
ed picture of the Madonna and Child in ina ina ina
a heavy gold frame raBle was Count Casein Ca Cassinis Cassinisgift alnl alnlgirt Ps Psgift
gift to the groom He gave a similar similaricon similarIcon similaricon
icon to Mr Rogestvcnsky at the latters latterswedding laUerswedding latterswedding
wedding Mr Ir Pavlow on bended knee kneekissed kneeklssod kneekissed
kissed the image and on rising was waskissed waskis waskissed
kissed kis ed by his hi father of honor After Afterthis Afterthls Afterthis
this ceremony Mr Ir Pavlow Palo joined the thebridal tll tllbridal thebridal
bridal procession which formed In the theupper theupper theupper
upper hall and was led by b Bishop Tlk Tlkhon Tlkhon Tikhen
hon the head of o the Orthodox Russian RussianChurch RUHiAnChurcb RussianChurch
Church in America with the Rev Re Father FatherHotovllsky FatherHotoyUllky FatherIlotovllcky
Hotovllsky and four priests from the theChurch theChurcb theChurch
Church of St Nicholas in New York YorkThe YorkTbe YorkThe
The little page of honor Loys Loy Van Kreu Kreuter Kreuter Kreuter
ter In a suit of white satin tin and carry carryIng cRrr cRrrIng carrying
Ing the icon preceded the bride who whoentered whoentered whoentered
entered the room upon the arm of herfather her herfather hfrather
father The bride was as followed by b her hermaid hermal41 hermaid
maid of honor Countess Cassini and her Jierlittle herIUUe herlittle
little sister Janine the ring riD bearer the thebridesmaids thobrlde8mal thebridesmaids
bridesmaids Miss 11 Nelka de Srairnoll Smirnoiiand Srairnollaad Smlrnol1alNl
and Miss 1 Lodyg Lo4IYNtlneky aeky daughter of the theRussian theCOIIINI theRussian
Russian consul general at Xew NJ r York Yorkaad YorkUte Yorkand
and the greeaismea Theodore Hanson HansonCeleaeJ IiansoaCeoaeJ HansosCeieaej
CeleaeJ Rassepow Mr Routkewsky aDd aadBaron aDdr andBaron
Baron r Schilling wao who also acted as wit witA49M witAs 1l 1lA
A49M 9tt 9ttAs
As A the bridal party prt descended the thestairway theIttalrway thestairway
stairway t ttisl the prl priests s chanted the nap DtlpUal naptbl
tisl eaattcle eaatle s trod tr the Soag of Solomon Solomonwaica SololBOfttch Solomonwhich
which tch was a most Impressive part of oftns ortile ofthe
tile eersBJsny When VIte the bridal party partyreached partyrneked partyreached
reached the Ipwer ter hall the ushers sp spdrated ep eprfrated p praaI
rfrated raaI late double lines stretching a awhite aIIILo awhite
white IIILo ribbon rlJitb and forming an aisle al lo from fromthe tromLite fromthe
the leer er ts the altar lr in the th dining room roomwllero roomwhere
where the ceremony was celebrated celebratedTbey colobraodTiley celebratedThey
They than stationed themselves the lvG on one ontltp ontltpsubs the theeutaWft
eutaWft subs 4 ef e las bridal Wal group greupl UP The rbeuHhsrs rbeuHhsrser ushers usherswera usherswere
were weraBaron wereBaron er
erDar Baron Dar von Rttter and Count Montge Montgetea Montgelea olontge1a8
tea ef the German embassy Mr Ir Rogest Rogestvensky RogHt1I0 Rogestenaky
vensky 1I0 kY and Baron Ferseu Fer eo of the Rus Russian RualItan Rusclan ¬
clan embassy Mr ir Montagna of the theKalian theallan
Kalian 1 altau allan embassy embtL Mr Ir Norman of the theBritish tbektth thethigh
British ktth thigh ombasssy embe y Lieutenant Faramond Faramondof
of o the French I rench embassy Mr r Wauters of ofthe a atho ofthe
the Belgian legation Major ajor MeCawley MeCawleyU leCawlcyUS
U US S S M I C Van Ness Philip and Edwin EdwinMsrgan EdwinIrsan EdwinMorgan
Morgan MsrganMr MorganMr IrsanMr
Mr Pavlow Palo mot his bride at the altar altarThe altarThe altarThe
The ceremony ceremon which was a lone Ion one oneand oneand oneand
and occupied a full half hour began by bya bya bya
a brief address delivered to the bride brideand brideand brideand
and groom by Bishop TIkhon Rings Ringswere Ringswere Ringswere
were then exchanged and vows almost almostidentical almlIdentical almostIdentical
identical with those of the Roman Cath Catholic Catholic Catholic ¬
olic Church were made whereupon the tnebride thebride thebride
bride aDd groom the priests and the thesix thesix thesix
six witnesses wltnt e formed a procession and andwalked undwalked andwalked
walked three times around the altar to tothe tothe tothe
the solemn chanting of the priests This Thispart Tbllpart Thispart
part of the ceremony finished the bishop bishopoffered bl bishopoffered hop hopoftured
offered the groom a cup of wine and a apiece apl apiece
piece pl e of bread bre d who after partaking partakinggave partakinggave partakinggave
gave of them to his bride and in inreturn Inreturn inreturn
return received wine and bread from her herhands herhandil herhands
hands a rite emblematic of o the relations relationsof relationor
of the husband and wife After the thedrinking thedrblklnlt thedrinking
drinking of wine and eating of bread breadthe breadth breadthe
the th bridal pair kneeled to receive the thefinal th thInal thefinal
final benediction The bishop then kissed kissedboth kle kleboth kissedboth
both the th bride and groom upon their theirforeheads theirforelHteli theirforeheads
foreheads and warmly congratulated conaratu lated thorn thornand thomaad themand
and wished Jhed them joy in their future life lifeWhile litehUe lifeWhile
While hUe tbe ceremony coremon was in progress progresslighted progro progresslighted s slighted
lighted candles were held by the grooms groomsattendants groomfattendant groomsattendants
attendants and over the t heads of the thebride lbebride thebride
bride and groom room heavy hea gold crowns were weresold wereheld e1O e1O1Ild
sold 1IldThe heldThe soldTbe
The bride who is a handsome girl girlwith girlwith girlwith
with dark hair and eyes a brilliant complexion com complexion compl ¬
plexion pl xlon and whose botH amiability and charm charmhave cbarmlaae charmhave
have made her many friends since she sheeame Bhecame shecame
came to Washington a8hlngtoD wore a rich gown gownof gownot gownof
of Ivory white hlt8 brocade threaded with withgold withflold withgold
gold The long court train was as trimmed trimmedwith trimmed1tk trimmedwith
with 1tk chiffon as was the bodice and large largesleeves largeleeye8 largesleeves
sleeves A misty mlt veil ell of tulle worn wornover worKoer wornover
over her face during durin the ceremony ceremon wa wafastened waR waRrtenM wagfastened
fastened with a coronet of orange blos biosseas blosaHI blosmmas8
seas and completely veiled el1od her figure figureHer 8g figureHer ro roHer
Her bouQuet was of lilies of tho valley valleyShe valleySue alJeySIIe
She wore or no jewels jewelsCountess jewelCounle jewelsCountess
Countess Counle Casslnls toilette was of white whitepanne whiteHine whitepanne
panne Hine velvet with Uh a dog collar of pearls pearlsand pearleand pearlsand
and diamonds She carried lilies of the thevalley therailey
valley 116 and white roses as did all the thebridesmaids thebr1cleaaaalda thebridesmaids
bridesmaids Miss MI de Smirnoffs and andMiss andMss
Miss 11 Lodygenskys toilettes were ere of white whitemottssellnc whitemotIaeIJae whitenouaeline
mottssellnc over white satin tin and little littleJantne littleJaBiI littleJanine
Janine JaBiI doe do Plaanues PlalHtU a dainty and andcharming andchard andcharming
charming chard s little girl of twelve who re received rfJelved recelved ¬
ceived much attention attt nUon wore white tulleover tulle tulleover tulleover
over a foundation of taffeta Madame des desPlaaques desPIaques I IPJanquOli
Plaaques the mother of the bride wore worea
a toilette of black net and d lace over pink pinktulle pinktulle lnk lnkt1ll1l
tulle t1ll1l and taffeta with diamond orna ornaments oraamenta ornaments ¬
ments Supper was W served In the li library 11bnu library ¬
brary bnu The table was decorated with withAmerican withAIItrlean withAmerican
American Beauty Doaut roses The brides bride cake cakeaad cakeaDd cakeand
aDd punch were ore served from side Ide tables tablesThe tabl tablThe tablesThe
The invitations were ere of necessity limit limited limited ¬
ed but very yer few of those who ho were ero ask asked askoil ¬
ed failed ts attend the ceremony remou Mad Madams Madams 11I4I 11I4Id ¬
ams de d Axpirox wore 4 gown owa of black blackvetret bhlekYetet blackrelyet
vetret Signs SJJIIIenl Mayor des Planches a arick arlek arisk
rick fees lae toilette with diamend dhua nd eras ornaasats olaLady erasmeats
meats Lady Herbert a deep pink velvet
gown with pearl dog collar and long longnecklace longneeklKcP longnecklace
necklace of pearls Madame Hengelmul Hengelmullers Hengalmullers HengelmulIers
lers costume was of pink panne velvet velvetwith velvetwith clv l lwith
with ornaments of o diamonds and emeralds emer emeralds emaraIds ¬
alds Baroness Barone von Palm a blue lrepo irepegown lrepoown Lrepogown
gown own relieved with black velvet velvetBaroness volyotBaronPS8 volvotBaroness
Baroness Moncheurs toilette was of ofblack ofblack ofblack
black velvet Senora Quesada black blackpanne blaokpanno blackpanno
panno velvet trimmed with lace with withdiamond withdiamond withdiamond
diamond ornaments Mrs Shaw woro woroa
a gown of cream lace with touches of ofold o oold ofold
old rose velvet olvet Mrs Irs Alger lace and andchiffon AndchilTon andchiffon
chiffon with diamond ornaments Mrs MrsBailey MrsDaile MrsBailey
Bailey Daile blue peau do sole > > ole Madame de deMargerle fieIKrgerle deMargerie
Margerle white panne velvet elot with withpearl withpearl Itb Itbpearl
pearl ornaments Mrs 111 Kean was wasregally wasregally
regally dressed In black 7elvct trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwltb trimmedwith
with lace with many diamond ornaments orna ornaments ornamenls ¬
ments and was wa one of the handsomest handsomestand handsom handsomestand t tand
and most imposing Impo ing figures in the theroom theroom theroom
room Miss JES Kean pink panne velvet velvetMrs velvetMrs oletMrs
Mrs Miles lllctl who was s warmly warml greet greeted greeted greetml ¬
ed by her friends after her long longtrip IODgtriP longtrip
trip looked particularly well In n a atoilette atonette atoilette
toilette of white hlte satin Madame adame Pe Pezct Pczet Pezet
zet black black spangled net Mrs In Thomas ThomasF
F Walsh alsh red velvet with dog collar of ofdiamonds ofdiamonds ofdiamonds
diamonds Mrs Irs Depew white net over overblue oorblue overbine
blue satin aUn with pearl and diamond or ornaments ornamenl ornaments ¬
naments Mrs Ira Rogestvensky Roge tyens1Q white not netpailletted notpailletted notpailletted
pailletted In silver over blue satin satinMiss satinMiss Un
Miss 188 Hagner white chiffon appliqued appliquedwith appIJq appliquedwith ed edIth
with Ith a design of roses in pink mousseline mous moussellne mousseltne
sellne Miss JIll Rose Wallach blue panne pannevelvet panDeehet pannovelvet
velvet Miss lU Foraker pink link chiffon and andpearls andpoarl andpearls
pearls pearlsMr poarlMr pearlsMr
Mr Pavlow Jow wore a full court uni uniform uniform uniform ¬
form as did those of his hi groomsmenwho groomsmen groomsmenwho oom mon monwho
who are members m mber8 of the Diplomatic DiplomaticCorps DlplomsltcCorp DiplomaticCorps
Corps Baron Schilling who acted an anb allbMlt asbest
b best < st man Is I a longtime friend of Mr MrPavlow MrPavlow Ir IrPsylow
Pavlow and made mad the journey Journe from rom Eu Europe Europe Europe ¬
rope in his hi company Baron Schilling Schillinghas SchlIHnghas Schillinghas
has recently r ent1 been bo n attached to the Rus Russian Russian Ru Rusian ¬
sian consulate In New York YorkMr Yorklr YorkMr
Mr lr and Madame Pavlow left last lastnight lalttnight lastnight
night for a two weeks trip in the theNorth theKor theNorth
North Kor h which will III Include a visit Islt to Ni Niagara XIaara Niagara ¬
agara aara Falls After their wedding wo dlnJ trip Mr Mrami Mrand 11 11and
and Madame Pavlow Pa 1 0 1 will return to toWashington toVahington toWashington
Washington for a visit of two weeks weekswhore weekswhore weekswhore
whore they the have engaged apartments at atthe atthe atthe
the New WJIIard W lard
Notes Notesi NotesThe NotesThe
i The D K M 1 Club of the aastern aserxe High HighSchool HighSchool HighSchool
School was wa entertained by b Miss MI Nome NollieE
E Bessellevre B 1tevr at her home SIS E Street Streetnortheast Strootnortltat Streetnortheast
northeast on Saturday evening last lastDancing lastDAneha lastDancing
Dancing DAneha and numerous nUHler games were the tbefeatures tb tbroatur thefeatures
features roatur of the evening and seemed em d to tobe tobe tobe
be thoroughly enjoyed by The Little LittleMaidoas LittleMakloH LittleMaidosa
Maidoas Refreshments were served servedin aeredl servedla
in l Study Hall 2 which hlch was wa appro appropriately approprlately appropriately ¬
priately decorated dcorat with the school col colors colors colera ¬
ors blue and white Among those pres present pr prURt present ¬
ent were tile Misses Emily P Rider RiderReberta RiderReborta RiderRoberta
Roberta Grant Suds SlId Bane Helen Bane BaneBlanche Banemaebe BaneBleaehe
Blanche Williams Irene Hawkins Lily LilyHawkins LibHawktD1l LilyHawkins
Hawkins Katherine Fletcher Lulu LululochenoiiriiHtl LuluochODourBtl Luluflochonourand
lochenoiiriiHtl Jessie M BesseliovreMr Beseeliovre BeseeliovreMr D lIovre lIovrer
Mr r and Mrs lrs George Scheel entertained enter entertained entertalRed ¬
tained the young friends of their grand granddaughter granddaughter granddaughter ¬
daughter Miss Mildred Ward at a birth birthday birthday ¬ I IdRY
day party on Wednesday e4loadIlLY evening Aboutthirty About Aboutthirty i ithkt
i thirty thkt were ero present many of them b being bflnlccomPARled beingaccompanied lng lngaccompanied
accompanied by their parents and a anumber anum anumber
number num er of the intimate friends of the thebast tbeli8llt theheat
heat li8llt said d hostess hOtlt participated par cfpated in tho en enjoyment enjoyment enjoyment ¬
joyment of the evening Miss Mildred Mildredwas Mildredwas
was 8 the recipient of a number of beau beautiful boautltul beautiful ¬
tiful and useful u uful presents and after a adainty adainty adainty
dainty supper aupp supper r was as served her little littleiriends littleIrluoo littlefriends
friends departed carrying with Ith them thempleasant thempleaaat thempleasant
pleasant memories and reminders of o the theevening theeenlng theevening
New York Jottings JottingsDclmonlcos JottingsDelmonlcoa JottingsDeimonieos
Dclmonlcos was wa the scene no last night nightof HIKhtor nightof
of the I8 series of large dinner dances ar arranged arranged ir irranKed ¬
ranged by Mrs Frederick Preclerl k J De Poster Poystcraad Posteraad Poynterand
aad J Montgomery Iontiltomer Strong Dinner was wasserved wasreel wasserved
served reel in the large ballroom at small smalltables smalltables mn mntabla
tables each of them presided pre kled over by byone b booe byone
one or more of the patronesses patronessesMrs patronetJ8eliril patronessesDirs
Mrs ril W Emlen Roosevelt Roo eelt had with withher withher withher
her at her table Miss 11 Christine Roose Roosevelt Roo Roosevelt e eIt ¬
velt It Miss MI Christine Pomoroy Pomero and Miss MissHelen MissHelea 11118 11118HeIeR
Helen V C De Peyster PeysterMrs PeyterMrs PeysterMrs
Mrs Hilborne Roosevelt had at her hertable bertal hertable
table tal Miss MI Elizabeth Masten Miss n Doro Dorothy Dorothy Dorothy ¬
thy Roosevelt ROHe It Miss Joan Haney Harry HarrySchroeder HarrySehroeder HarrySchroeder
Schroeder Mr r Franklin Mr Ir Hoppin Hoppinand Hopplnand Hoppinand
and Mr r Robinson RobinsonAfter RoblnaonArter RobinsonAfter
After the dinner dlno the cotillon was wasdanced wasdanced wasdanced
danced led by J Montgomery Strong StrongThe StrongTile StrongThe
The favors comprised picture hats trim trimmed trlmmHl trimmed ¬
med with flowers for the women picture pictureframes plcturoframes picturoframes
frames silver souvenir spoons ap on and sli sliver sller silver ¬
ver er pencil eases easesMrs CA88IIlrs easesMrs
Mrs lrs Mortimer C Addoms gave a din dinner dinner dinner ¬
ner last night for her daughter daug ller Miss MissMarion MissMarion lItl8 lItl8I
Marion L Addoms and her daughters daughtersnance daugbtersknee
knee Leonidas Lawson The guests in included ineluded ¬
eluded Miss 11 Louise Dudley Miss 111 Edith EdithPlutnmer FdllbPlummer EdithtPlummer
I Plummer and Miss MI Frances Thornton Thorntonalso Thorntonal80 Thorntonalso
also William VIIHam Thornton Lawson James JamesOxnard JamesG
G Oxnard Mortimer C Addoms jr L LMurray 1 1lurra LMurray
Murray lurra Roe and Alexander Mason Ma on An Anorchestra Anorchestra Anorchestra
orchestra played during the dinner Thu Thobridesmaids Thubrlde Thubridesmaids
bridesmaids brlde malds received chain bracelets of ofgold orgold ofgold
gold and the men received scarfplns carfpln as assouvenirs asltOuyenlrs assouvenirs
souvenirs souvenirsMiss ltOuyenlrslU souvenirsMiss
Miss lU Natalie Schenck will go to the thecarnival theearnh1 thecarnival
carnival in New Orleans She Is 1 to be beone beono beone
one of the party to visit the famous Av Averys A Averys v verTs
erys Island the property of the Avery Avoryand Avor Avorand Averyand
and Mcllhonny Mcl1bonn families The Mellhen Mefihendy Mellhenny tellhenuy
ny party part will start from Now Orleans on onThursday onThuracla onThursday
Thursday Thuracla next Miss MI Roosevelt and Miss MlsaRoot MissRoot US6 US6Root
Root are among the guests guestsThe RueetThe guestsThe
The Smart Set in Baltimore BaltimoreA
A brilliant society elety event was a the bat batblanc balhlane galBlanc
blanc given last night by b Dr and Mrs MrsHenry MrsHenry Irx IrxHenry
Henry Barton Jacobs at their beautiful beautifulhome beautifulhOUle beautifulhome
home In Mount lou t Vernon Place Thoro Therewere Thorowere Thorowere
were nearly earl two hundred guests includ including IncludnJ inciudIng ¬
ing nJ the following followingHarry tollowlnGHarr followingBarry
Harry Harr S Lehr E R Bacon John Rus Russell Russell ¬
sell 11 Pose p Mr and Mrs I A Rioman Mr Mrand Mrand Ir Irand
and Mrs G Abbott F I Hopkinson Mr Mrand Mrand Ir IrantI
and Mrs J Tyson Mr and Mrs Iu A ABrown ADrown ABrown
Brown Mr Ir and Mrs W T Wilson WlI on Mr Mrand Mrand Ir Irand
and Mrs 0118 H McKim Mr r and Mrs Mr Irs J JGill JCUI JGill
Gill Mr and Mrs R Whl Whistler hlUor tlor Mr and andMrs andr andMrs
Mrs r W W Spenee Mr lr and Mrs Irs James JaniosI Jam JamI
I Friek llrlc Buckler BueklerNearly DueklerNoarl BucklerNearly
Nearly Noarl all the prominent society folk folkof tonor toutof
of the younger ounger sot wore present The Theaffair Theaffair Theaffair
affair was WK like a court ball of o a cen century centvr century ¬
tury tvr ago Dr and Mrs lNf Jacobs Jaeo received receivedLOCAL roc receivedLOCAL hod hodLOCAL
Ptor to tftu boat sad MM MOHt awHoNke ttisl t ete II for lortry fert forthe
t the e i mosey try the GW 0Wv Hwiw 1I 117 717th
irveMli th 6trot at northwest MOr1
Dinners and Receptions Rece tzo1ZS Occupy OCCZt y Time of ofVanity ofTanZty
Vanity 1 a1zzty FayNotesjiono Fair F aZ1 Notes from 10171 Baltimore B altz1JZOre and andPhiladelphia a1zdP andPlailadclj5Iaia
P Philadelphia hzladel hza
their guests In the grant grand hall The Thoflaral Thefleral Thefloral
floral decorations wore superb Tho hall hallwith hallwIth hallwith
with its historical portraits and paint paintings paintIngs paintings ¬
ings armor tapestries tape trie antique finish flnllthIngs flnishings finishing ¬
Ings ing and draperies presented a pictur picturesque plcturO picturesque ¬
esque O 41ue scene sceneThe lreeneThe sceneThe
The women were all in white gowns gownsfashioned gown gowntabloned gownsfashioned
fashioned in Pompadour or Du Barry Barrymodes Barrymod Barrymodes
modes mod 011 and wore ore their hair powdered powderedwith powderedwith powderedwith
with the accompanying rouge and andpatches andpatches andpatches
patches Mrs Jacobs gown was of white whitesatin whitesatin whitesatin
satin and point lace and with it were wereworn wereworn ere ereworn
worn collar aigrette and corsage or ornaments ornamenlll ornaments ¬
naments of o diamonds and pearls The Themen Themon Themom
men wore black bl ck coats black satin tin knee kneebrooches kneebrooche kneebreeches
brooches black silk stockings and low lowshoes lowshQOS lowshoes
shoes with llh buckles Thoy too had their theirhair theirbalr theirhair
hair elaborately powdered many man wear wearIng we wearing r I IIng
Ing wigs and wore also rouged and amipowdered aR aRpowdered andpowdered
powdered powderedDancing powderedDancing powderedDancing
Dancing was wa general until 1130oclock 1130 1130oclock 1130oclocl
oclock when supper was served at atsmall atsmall atsmall
small tables Two Tw cotillon wore then thendanced thendanced thendanced
danced one In n tho ballroom led by byJohn byJohn byJohn
John Stewart jr and the other in the theball thehall thehall
hall with J T Hanson Thomas leading leadingBeautiful leatllngBenutlful loadingBeautiful
Beautiful favors were distributed distributedMrs dl distributedMrs trlbuted trlbutedIu
Mrs Iu Jacobs Iaeob first husband was the thelate thelatc thelaic
late Uo Robert trt Garrett president of the theBaltimore tbeDaltlmore theBaltimore
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad who built builtthe bunttile builtthe
the mansion nlon in which the ball all wa was given givenlast Jlyenla givenlnst
last la t night For years she bas ass boon a aleader aleadcr aleader
leader In society societyMrs 8Oclttt 8OcltttIrs societyMrs
Mrs Irs Parot wife of Bishop William WilliamParct W11llamPareto WilliamParet
Parct Pareto of the Diocese Dloco e of Maryland Iaryla Iarylatortalned en entertained estertained ¬
tertained at t tyesterday tea yesterday afternoon aftorn the thewives thewhes thewives
wives of o the diocesan diocesan t clergy of the thecity thoen thecity
city en Music luele was furnished iq ar Miss MissMILITARY MissMILITARY IM IMMILITARY
Interesting Inter ting Report by Mr Sanger As Assistant Assistant Assistant ¬
sistant Secretary of War WarA Warbook WarA
A book of Interest to the military stu student student UI UIdOlft ¬
dent and tho public In I general has just justbeen Juetbeen justbeen
been Issued in the form of a report from fromtlie tromtIf fromthe
the tlie Government Printing Office The Thebook Th Thb Thebook
book b < rk embodies Investigations Invo UgatloR made sev coverl several severtl ¬
eral ertl years ago by Assistant Secretary Soorotal of ofWar ofVkr ofWar
War William lllIam Cary ary Sanger who was then theninspector thenlnalc thenInspector
inspector lnalc < tor general of the New York Na National Nadouut Natiounl ¬
tional Guard GuardAlthough GuarllAltbough GuardAlthough
Although there was no provision made madeby mad madby madeby
by Congress Co n gress despite the fact act that such suchna Ruch1S suchgas
gas na 1S the wish of the late President Pro ldent Mc McKinley McKinley McKinley
Kinley Mr Sanger at his personal ox oxponsn exponso oxponso
ponso inspected the reserve rc enc and auxil auxiliary auxilIary auxiliary ¬
iary forces of England and Switzerland Switzerlandi SwitzerlandThe
I i The report combines much that is I val valI valuable valuable
I uable of f a technical nature and Colonel ColonelSanger ColonelSan ColonelSanger
Sanger San er points out the absolute necessity necessityfor neeeIMlty1Qr necessityfor
for Immediate ° preparations for war warHnglanO warHnglnn6 warl3ngland
HnglanO llk Ulte the United States has no nosystem nosystem nosystem
system of compulsory military service
SAKS alt CO COA A sale of odds and ends endsin endllIn endsin
in clothing and furnishings will no doubt doubtattract dobtattract doubtattract
attract many of tbe men folk olk to this tkispopular Ud UdIpul thispopular
popular Ipul r store storeKINGS storoI storeKINGS
KINGS I INGS PALACE PALACETkls This millinery Mec Mecca Moeca Iec Iecla ¬
ca is I offering many bargains In adults ladldefurnishings ladliefurnl adultsfurnishings
furnishings furnl hln6M which
will Interest many manyof man manyof
of 0 the fair shoppers shoppersHUB shoppersHUB shoppersHUBS
Store tcre That Saves Stave You Money Ioa y bus b hs on onsale onsalt
sale Il many man articles artlcl of fine furniture furniturewhich furniturewhich
which are being offered at it great rodue roduetlous rodustlons
Clark and during tho afternoon Mrs MrsSidney MrsSidney lr8 lr8Sidney
Sidney Turner read an original paper paperIn ptlporIn paperIn
In the audience of the Academy of ofMusic ofMusic
Music last night were Congressmen CongressmenLlttlenold Congr88smenLlttleftold CongressmenLittlefold
Llttlenold Kahn Bowersock and South Southard Southard Southard ¬
ard the two last named accompanied by bytheir bytholr bytheir
their wivesMiss wives wivesMiss hoes hoes1I8s
Miss 1I8s Ellen Bayard has as her guest at ather athor ather
her home on Cathedral Street Miss MissBelle MissBelle U UBolio
Belle Armstrong of o Washington Va hlngton D C CPhiladelphia CPhiladelphia CPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Society SocietyMr Societylr Societ Y YMr
Mr lr and Mrs Irs Walter alter Lippincott gave gavea
a dinner of twelve on Wednesday at attheir attheir attheir
their residence 2101 181 Walnut alHut Street The Theguests Tbe8uesta Theguests
guests included Mr and Mrs C C Har Harrisoa Harneou liarneon
risoa neon jr Mr Ir and Mrs G G Meade MeadeLarge Mead MeadLarge Ie d dLarce
Large Mr lr and Mrs Iu A J Drexel Bid Biddie Biddie Biddle
die Mr Ir and Mrs Mr Ledyard Heckseher HeckseherI Heek HeckseherMiss eher eherUu
I Miss Uu Bertha H Lippincott and Henry HenryTbouron HenryTbouron HenryThouron
Tbouron The table was decorated with withwhite withhlte withhite
white + hlte roses white lilacs and lH1 orchids orchidsMrs orcbldsIrs orchidsMrs
Mrs Irs Robert Bmott Hare ISIS 131 De Lan Lancey Lance Lancey
cey ce Place gave gay an informal amsleale amslealeI Dft1slealeIIterday atusiealeyesterday
I yesterday IIterday afternoon In honor of Mrs Mrsj MrsWilliam Irs IrsWlllhull
j William G Fitch who wae Iae is asr her guest Mrs MreFitch 1lrrFItch MrsFitch
Fitch Is the mother ef Clyde 0171 Fitch Mrs Mrsi MrsJames
i James Jam F Sullivan and Mrs William villtRm Dis Dtsssoc Diss
s 81 ssoc < onr oa assisted In receiving and Mrs MrsHarry MrsHarry MrsHarry
Harry Keller Mrs Ira Charles S Whelen Whelenaud Whelensad helen helena
sad a Miss 11 Woods ooda sang sangThe sangThe ng ngThe
The annual reception and danee given givenb givenbl givenby
b bl the Suburban Club Club Clu of Frankford last lastevening la lastevening t tfvnlnl
evening was wa very successful ucec C1II It was held heldin heldIn heldhi
in Assembly Hall Frankford Avenue and andwas aDdwae andwas
was attended by b about SSO ° IO persons personsFIVE perHoFIVE personsFIVE
Quarter of a Million Damage Done by byFire byFire byFire
Fire in Marion Ma on Ill 111MARION IllRIOX IllMARION
MARION RIOX 111 Feb 2fl fl A are which whichthreatened whlehtltreatR841 whichthreateaeti
threatened the entire entl business btl fe portion portionof
of 0 the lh city broke > out at 7 oclock last lastnictot laBtIIIt lastnight
nictot aad was not brought 1roS t under con control control on ontrol ¬
trol until AtlI several Mv MkI hours later Just how howthe howthe
the blaze bla started under a stairway be between between between ¬
tween B D Braceys Drace clothing store stor and andA andA andA
A 1C Braceys general It DErsl store is not notknown notknou notknown
known knownFive knouJIJye knownFive
Five or more families were ore left home homeless ItompI homeless ¬
less I a The burned district includes the thebrick tbebrick tbitbllck
brick block ou the tn northeast corner of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the square from the city hall to the tbeGoodall theGoodall theGoodall
Goodall House Hou The loss lo a is I variously variouslyestimated variouslyestimated arloslyelltlmated
estimated at 206000 00 to 260000 260000ROUND SOOOOROUND 0000 0000ROUND
BANGOR Me Ie Feb 2 eThe The round roundhouse rouoo1lH11st ¬
house 1lH11st > > and ten n locomotive 10comU e ee the tit Bangor Baagoraad BaugorllMl Bangorand
and Arostook Railroad at Houlton wore werebnrnd worebnrn1 worehumid
humid this tM morning The loss Is heavy
i i
i The findings of the court of inquiry inquiryappointed inquiryappointed
appointed to 0 investigate the conditions condlUoolIunder conditionsunder
under which the naval tug Leyden was waseast waseast
east away on the coast of Block Island IslandJanuary IslandJanuary
Janual January 21 1 have h y been in part disapprov disapproved ¬
ed by Secretary Moody Iood The report re referred reterred referred ¬
ferred to totha tho trying position of tbe com commanding eommaodlnJ commanding ¬
manding office and recommended that thata
a simple reprimand be given In his hi case caseThe C caseThe tie tieThe
The Secretary now orders the courtmar courtmartial courtmartlal courtmartial ¬
tial of Lieut Chester Wells Yell The Thecourt Tbeceurt Thecourt
court will meet at the Newport Xe porl naval navalstation DRalatatlon navalstation
station February 2G 2GAdmiral 26Admiral 6 6Adlnlral
Admiral Higgineon has ordered the thebatttleshlp tltebeittUeshlp thebatttleshlp
batttleshlp Texas to New Orleans Orlea aad aadthe aadthe andthe
the Alabama to Mobile > to participate in intho lathe inthe
the Mardi Gras festivities at those ports portsThe portllThe portsThe
The Atlanta has already proceeded to toNatchez toNatcher toNatchez
Natchez Miss U on a similar mission missionThe missionThe
The Indiana has ha been ordered to Penis Pensaeola Pe Peco Peniscola
cola co t and the other three batttlescipe batttlescipeef batttl hl hlof
of the North Atlantic squadron Kear Kearsitrge Korsarge Kearserge
serge Iowa 10 and Illinois are now ao at atGalveston atGalveaton atGalveston
Galveston GalvestonThe GalveatonTho GalvestonThe
The following movements moeJlu nts of vsoele vsoelehave v vhave 1 1han
have boon reported to the Bureau of ofNavigation ofalgatlon o oNavigation
Navigation NavigationArrived NavigationArrivedPanther algatlonArrhedPauther
Arrived ArrhedPauther Pantlier at San Juan Dolphin Dol Dolphin Delphln ¬
phin at Norfolk Maine Iahl at Hampton HamptonRoads HalBptonRoads HamptonRoads
Roads Culgoa at New York Alliance Allianceat
at Port of Spain Kearsarge Iowa and andIllinois andllllB andIllinois
Illinois llllB la at Galveston Topeka at atKlnp atKlnpton Kings Kingston Kingston ¬
ton Alert at Mare IKr6 Island IslandRear hilandRoar IslandRear
Rear Admiral Higginson has ha dispatch dispatched ¬
ed the Alabama to Mobile oblle the Texas Texasto TeXRSto Texasto
to New Orleans and the Indiana to Pen Penaacola PnHcola Pensacola
aacola aacolaThe HcolaThe sacolaThe
The following orders have been Issued Issuedfrom issuedfrom
from the Navy Department DepartmentLieutenant DopartmenlLieutenant DepartmentLieutenant
Lieutenant J W Stewart retired de detached detached detached ¬
tached branch Hydrographic Office Gal Galveston Calveston Galveston ¬
veston Tox to branch Hydrographic HytlrographieOfllce HydrographicOffioe HydregraphieOffice
Office Savannah Ga Lieutenant A E EKalbach EKalbach EICalbaclt
Kalbach detached Mayflower to Inde Independence Jndepondence Independence ¬
pendence February 27 7 1903 connection connectioncrew coonecUoBcrew coaneetleacrew
crew for Bennington and duty on board boardthat boardtbat boardthat
that vowel v0 8el when commissioned Medi Medical Medical Iedl Iedlcal ¬
cal Inspector D N Burtolelte detached detachedNew detachodN detachedNew
New N York as foot surgeon Pacific Sta Station Station Station ¬
tion to home and wait orders Surgeon SurgeonD
D O Lewis detached Pensacola Naval NavalTraining NavalTraining NavalTraining
Training Station San Francisco Cal
I to New York as fleet eet surgeon Paclfe PaclfeStation Pa PacigeStation lic licStation
Station Acting Assistant Aa l tnt Surgeon G C CGrieve CGrlcye CGrieve
Grieve to navy yard Boston D etOll Mass MassActiag MassActing I IACURg
Acting Assistant Surgeon J R Dykes Dykest
t to Franklin navy yard Norfolk Va VaActing VaAettaK VaActing
Acting Assistant Surgeon V Dabaey to toPensscols toPeMaeola toPenescola
Pensscols Naval Training Tralnln < < Station San SanFrancisco SanIraaelaeo SanFrancisco
Francisco Cal Assistant Paymaster Pajm te G
W Reeves additional duty Richmond
Commander R Platt retired appointed appointeda ap lnted lntedA
a commander on the retired list from
February 5 1M le4The 1MThe 104The
The retirement from active service of f
Col Lawrence S Rabbis Ua IHu Ordnance De Department Departntont Department ¬
partment by operation of law Ia has MOIl beeuannounced MOIlaDouaeed beetsanaeaaced
announced announcedThe aDouaeedThe anaeaacedThe
The leave of absenee granted gralld First
Lieut William IlIla B Baker Btl Eighteenth te8ntb in
faatry tantr Department of the Celerade Cel rallo has
been extended tea days daysl daysLve daysLeave
Leave ot ab8ence absence for two months te tetake totake
take effect eet on or abo about t February Sl 4 1 1h 1bar
l h bar ar been granted Contract
Surgeon GP G GP GP
P Dill Dfl19B OH U S A ABrig AThe AThe
The retirement from active service of ofIsrlg < > r rrl5
Brig rl5 Gen Joseph P P Fancy Farle U S A Aat Aa Aat
at a Ms W own request he having halngsel halngselmore Served Servedmore servedmore
more than forty years has been an anRou announced 1
nousced nouscedCant Rou nouncedCapt Ced CedCKpt
Cant Leonard D Wildman Signal SignalCorps SignalCorpll SignalCorps
Corps has ha been ordered to proceed from fromthis fromthis
this tb city to Baltimore Dalt more Md Id on special specialbusiness spoclalbUMlne spocialbusiness I
business bUMlne pertaining to the Signal StgB l Corps Corpsof Corpsof
of 0 the army armyCapt arm armCapt armyCapt
Capt William A Mercor Seventh SeventhCavalry SfventhCaalry SeventhCavalry
Cavalry has ha been
ordered to
ropalr to tothis tolhls tothis
this city elt and report In person per on to the theSecretary thtSeretar theSecretary
Secretary Seretar of the Interior for temporary
duty dul > under direction of the Interior De Department Dertm Depsrtmeat ¬
partment partmentCapt psrtmeatCapt rtm t
Capt James Jam W Watson at80R renth Cav Cavalry Cavalry Cavalry ¬
alry now no on leave of absence at the theCrow tbeCrow theCrow
Crow Indian Agency geney Mont has been beenordered benordered beenordered
ordered to take station at that place for fora Cora fora
a period of thirty thlrt days or so much of ofto orthat ofthat
that time a as may he IUMIQSear necessary for him himto I Ito
to settle his accounts pertaining to that thatagency thatagency
COMPANY COM ANY are making special I reduo reduolioiii reclu reclution redueiions <
lioiii on their entire stock toek of mens menssod mensDd mensinnd
sod innd Dd boy boys clothing The oeonerlcally oeonerlcallyiitclioed oconotleallywill
iitclioed it + cltned will ftnd It to their advantage advantageta
ti ta > > call at this store storeEDMONSTOKS lItor lItorI lItorEDMONSTOl5T storeEDMONSTONSThe
EDMONSTOKS EDMONSTONSThe Tbe e now spring rlA < < styles stylesf styl stylof stylesof
of f the WearWen Vear ell
shoes abfi for women womrnaro womenare olllrn olllrnaro
aro creating creatl g favorable ooavaeln oom iU among amongthe amonethe amongthe
the bayers buyer enl who yieft 1 tt thlsstor this > > tor at 1M4 1M4F 1114po 171F
F Street northwest
Open Till 9 9 p m Saturday SaturdayA SaturdayA SaturdayA
A Budget of Good Ooo items itemsAt ItomsAt ItemsAt
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Womens WQrnen SGlOVBS Gloves I5c I5cWomens 15eYomens 15cWomens
Womens Fleecedlined Cashmere CashmarcGloves OashmoreG10YCS CashmereGloves
Gloves 2c value valueGo valueGot valueGof
Got Go Gloves 19c 19cWomens 19cWomens ge geomens
Womens omens and Childrens Golf Gloves Glovesin GlocsIn Glovesin
in all desirable colors 25c value valueWomens valueWomens valueWomens
Womens Hose 15c I5cWomens 15cVornens 15cWomens
Womens Woolen Hose In black and andOxford andOxford andOxford
Oxford gray highspliced heel and dou double double double ¬
ble toe fast colors 26c c value valueMisses1 valueMisses alue alueMisses
Misses Hose I9c I9cMisses 1getI111cs 19cMisses
Misses Fine Black Lisle Ribbed Hosqdouble HOSQ HOSQdouble Hosqdooble
double knee heel and toe warranted warrantedfast wnrrantOfIfat warrantedfast
fast color 26c value valueWomens valueWomens alue alueWomens
Womens Hose 25c 25cWomens 25cVomens t tWomens
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Hose H08eBpllt split white foot toothlghspllced highspliced heel heeldouble heeldouble heeldouble
double toe toewarrantod warranted fast color a a35c a35c a3Sc
35c value valueChildrens valueChildrens valueChildrens
Childrens Gowns 44cChildrens 44c 44cChildrens 44eChlldrens
Childrens Flannelotte Gowns In dain dainty dalnt dainty ¬
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Wrappers 98c 98cMade 9aeIade 98cMade
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