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Julia Murdock. Points With Pride .
To Capital As Home' of Many Actors
For, The Times' Children
Just Before It's Bedtime
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MISS CATHARINE BRITTON.
Mr. and Mrs: Alexander Brltton will
return to their country place In Mary
Jand'tarly next" week from New York
city, whero they are making a shorjt
stay; They have Bpent most of tho
Bummer on their farm, with the excep
tion of a brief visit to Newport durlnu
the latter part of the season. They will
remain In the country until about
Thanksfrlvlntr. time, when they expect to
take possession of their new residence
in Q. street, near New Hampshire ave
nue. whlch:ls now in tho courso of' con
struction. Miss Catharine Brltton, who was the
guest'of Miss Trances Llppltt'daughter
of Senator Llppltt of Rhode Island, at
their Newport' place most of the turn
mer, has returned.
xMIs Margaret Brltton, one 'of next
leads' debutantes, will sperfd tbls'wln
ter. traveling, i
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Mrs. James' Ilarrlman and Miss. Alice
Hari-lman. who spent the summer In
Atlantic City, have returned to Wash
ington and opened their residence In
Connecticut avenue for the winter.
' Mr. and Mrs. Christian Hemmlck, who
are now visiting in Canada, do not ex
pect to occupy Btudlo IIouso this
.winter. They will probably spend most
or the season traveling.
Miss Emma Francis Usrry, duugnter
or the late Edgar P. Berry, of George-.
town, was married to. Louis. Garthe, -a,'
well-known newspaper man of Wash
ington and Baltlnfore last evening at
7 o'clock. The wedding' Ceremony which
took place at, the home of the .bride', a
brother' and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert E. Berry, at 6708 Mc'Callum
street,, Oermantown, Da., was performed
by the ftev. J. J. Toomey, "of Holy
Cross Church, Oermantown, and was
attended by the .members of both fam
ilies and a few intimate friends.
.Quantities, of palms, ferns, and white
blossoms adorned the house for the oc
casion. The bride, who was escorted and given
In marriage by her brother, wore a
handsome gown of white satin trimmed
with duchess lace and pearl ornaments.
lller long tulle veil was arranged with
.-orange blossoms and she carried a
Shower bouquet of white orchids and
'lilies of the valley.
Miss Adeline King, of Washington,
who was the maid of honor, wore pale
blue messallne draped In chiffon and
carried Bridesmaid roses.
John 8. Bhrlver, of Washington, was
best man for. Mr. Garthe.
A reception followed the weddlngcsre
mony and later in the evening Mr. and
Mrs. Garthe left for a wedding trip.
They will reside in the Northampton
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Bring tho family wash to us. We
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tion. FAMILY 2 c
Collars 3Hc .Shirts 10a and 13c.
Cheap Isn't It? Much cheaper
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' .The Attorney General and Mrs. Wick
ersham have closed' their summer' place;
at Cedarhurst; L. I., where they were
the greater' part of thai season, and are
spending a short' time In New York at
the Hotel Belmont, en route" to Wash-
The summer While House at Beverly,
Mass., will 4 be closed 'about October 20
and the President and Mrs. Taft and
Miss Helen .Taft will o to the Virginia
Hot Springs, where they will probably!
occupy a cottage for the fall season.
The President, who Is one of the most
regular golfers along the North Shore,
played at Myopia with the Assistant
Secretary of the Treasury, James' F.
Curtis, yesterday. Today the President
and. Mrs. Taft are attending the coun
try fair at Brockton. ..
Mrs. Thomas K. Laughlln, sister, of
Mrs. Taft, who is spending the season
at Mingo Beach, Mass., was hostess at
a dinner of thirty covers last evening
at the Alhamura cottage.
Mlii Marios Klnt"
Weds Ensign Hinckley.
Oner of the first weddings of the fall
season took place last evening at 8
o'clock In Christ Church. Georgetown,
when Miss Marlon Edmonston King,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gftorra A.
(King, was married to Ensign Robert
siessinger itmcKiey, u. b. N., son or
Nathaniel .Bent Hinckley, of St Paul,'
Minn. The wedding ceremony, which
was performed by the pastor of the
church, the Rev. J. II. W. Blake, was
attended by a large gathering of rela
tives and friends.
Palms, clusters of oak leaves, and
quantities of white asters, dahlias and
roses formed the church decorations.
The wedding music was played by Mrs.
II. A. Robblns, who also played at the
marriage of tho bride's parents.
The bride, who was escorted and giv
en In marriage by her father, wore a
handsome gown of white charmeuse
trimmed with duchess and rose point
lace. Her long tulle veil was arranged
In a cap effect with a wreath of orange
blossoms. She carried a shower bou
quet of lilies of the valley. Her only
ornament was a necklace of seed "pearls
with a pearl pendant, the gift of the
Miss Elizabeth Trueman King, the
schoolgirl sister of the bride, who was
the maid of honor for her sister, wore
a dainty gown of pale green charmeuse
draped in green chiffon and trlmmsd
with clusters' of pink chiffon roses. She
carried an armful of Golden Gate roses.
The bridesmaids, who were Miss
Elizabeth Green, of Charles 'Town, W.
Va.; Miss Virginia-Jinklnif of Suffolk.
Va,;. . Miss Laura Artsiey, ',of Atlanta,
Ga.; Miss Dorothyjrjlnt, of Vermont,
and Miss Mary Radford and 'Miss Edith
McQuade, of Washington, wore gowns
of rose-colored charmeuse, shading from
deep pink to pale pink. They carried
bouquets of roses to match their gowns.
Ensign Ames Loder.. U. S. N., was
best man (or Ensign Hinckley, and the
ushers' were Ensign Henry F. Bums,
Ensign Carroll Byrnes, Ensign John
F. Meigs. Ensign William C. Barnes,
and Ensign De Prevllle..
A reception in the home of the bride's
parents, in Twenty-eighth street, fol
lowed the ceremony at the church. The
drawing rooms and reception hall were
decorated for the occasion with palms
and white blossoms, and In the dining
room ferns and pink roses were used.
A string orchestra .played throughout
the evening.' Mrs. King, who assisted
her son-in-law and daughter in receiv
ing the guests, wore a gown of -moonlight
blue satin trimmed with gray chif
fon, and silver embroidery.
Later in the evening Ensign and Mrs.
Hinckley 'left Washington for a wed
ding trip. 'The bride wore a suit of
French blue chiffon broadcloth with a
Among those from out of town who
attended the wedding -were Nathaniel
Btnt Hinckley, of St '"Paul, Minn.,
father of the bridegroom; Thomas Les
lie Hinckley, of New York, brother of
the bridegroom; Miss Griffin, of Ba'tl
more, and David Warren, of Warren
Mr. and Mrs. Beale Bloomer have re
turned to Washington, and are with
Mrs. Bloomer's parents. Judge and Mrs.
'Clabaugh, In Mlntwood place. Within
a few days thev will take possession of
their new residence tn Hlllyer place,
which thev recently bought from Com
modore E. F. Qualtrough, U. S. N and
Mrs. Hunt Slater will spend this win
ter in Washington and occupy, tho
apartment at 1712 II street formerly
occupied by Senator and Mrs. Gilbert
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Prominent lyieinbers of-Pro-'fesston'Hiere
This little old town 'of Washington has,
all softs of maledlctlonst'hdrjed'at, .Its'
.theaters. Us street car systems. Its gay
and alluring cafe life, (7) (I place a ques
tiontmark here), and many 'other of 'Us
Institutions which' are decided 'upon' as
a flk'subject. of humor and 'criticism by;
the, .Inhabitants of those .perfect . and
modern cities of New York, Chicago,
Boston, and.even quiet Philadelphia,'
"ootv, 'Pittsburgh, and our sedate and
said neighbor. Baltimore. But for such,
a .poor, unsophisticated city, It Is abla
to point with a considerable degree 6f
pride to tho fact that scarcely a week
passes that some Washington boy or
girl or man or woman does not make
quite a stir In the theatrical world.
Playing In Capital, City theaters this
week are six local 'actors, and that
doesn't seem a bad record for one city
for one week.. Does It? '
Take first Miss Ruth- Chat'terton.
whose splendid work tn ",The Rainbow"
at the Columbia helps materially to
make that play. This 'charming and
dalntv little girl (for she js still a Kir I.
In her teens), who has mounted' many
rounds on . the ladder pt success. Is a
product of the Columbia Theater kin
dergarten. Her' first, dramatic -work
was done under the sponsorship of tho
Columbia Stock Company,' "and she U
but one of tho many actresses who
have had-their start in this admirable
training school. .
It was a little more than two 'years ago
that Miss Chatterton. visiting the dress
ing room of a friend, who wus a member
of. the stock company, ws Introduced
FOR TIMES WOMEN
What Is Seen
The erase for clothing of English
cut grows apace, and suits, gloves,
shoes, etc., all copy Piccadilly fashions.
English walking shoes for women, with
low heels and unrimmed eyelets, made
In the very finest and softest of leather,
are very late, and If one has been wear
ing the low, rubber-soled walking
shoes of the summer, these shoes will
be foUnd to provide every comfort of
fered by the others. The department
store at Elghthstreet and Market space
sells these shoes, fpr 14.00 the pair.' The
eyelets in the laced shoes have a rim
on the underneath part of the lacing
only. Other, ntorm boots, a trifle higher,
are to be had at this same establish
ment for SS. They, are very heavv and
White boudoir clocks of vecetahle
ivory are to be had at 'the department
store at Eleventh and F streets. In
almost any shape or size' at . prices
ranging from 11.75 to 3. They are
round, square, thick, and thin, and one
which I saw yesterday was made with
two small pillars -on either aide, In the
shape of a building.
Tam o' Shanter hats are artistic, com
fortable, and sensible, and It Is with
great Joy that I have seen them In all
of the shops They are more often
made.. up In velvets or plushes, and
trimmed with a single supine aigrette
placed on the top or on the' underneath
part of the brim. The woman's furnish
ing store In Eleventh street, between F
and O," has a special J10 ht which In
cludes models of tarns. '
Flexible metal wrist watches. In gold
plate, solid gold, ,and silver, are. very
popular this year. The links are' about
three-eighths of an Inch long and joined
with springs In such a manner that
when the, bracelet Is put on the size Is
adjustable with the size of the wrist.
Swiss movements as a rule are used in
mklng these watches, which are to be
had at the Jeweler's shop which Is on
F street, several doors from Eleventh,
25 CENT "DANDERINE" EOR FALLING
MAIR AND DANDRUFF -GROWS HAIR
Don't pay 50 cents for Worthless hair tonics Use old,
reliable, harmless "Danderine" Gets results.
Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
hair Is mute evidence of. a neglected
scalp; of dandruff that awful scurf.
There Is nothing, so destructive to the
hair as'dandrun. It roba tile hair 'of 'Its
lustre. Its strength, and Its very life:
eventually producing a feverlshness and
Itching of the scalp, which. If not
remedied, causes the hair roots to
shrink, loosen and die then the hair
falls out fast.,
A. little Danderine tonlght-now any
time will surely save your hair.
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to Stage Director Edwin Curtis., who
was so Impressed with her appearance
that he said as -a'inere suggestion,
"How would you like to go on the
Her friend laughingly remarked: "I
dare 'you to da it; but you'd be afraid
to make the attempt!"
After having with some difficulty per
suaded her mother to permit. her to ap
pear, Mlu Chatterton was cast for the
WHO WANT TO KNOW
in The Shops
on the north side. A gold-plated brace
let, with Swiss movement watch, Is
to be bad. for 111 The solid sliver
watches are less expensive.
Silk beavers, with round and square
crowns, and trimmed with only a small
cockade, are to be had In black at the
woman's furnishing store on Eleventh
street,' between F and O. 'The price
bf these',btack..WvBr. Is. 10. .hut .when'
ons. considers their "usefulness above1
other creatlons'theiprlce does not seem
so exorbitant. One of the cerise colored
silk beaver hats In the same establish
ment has a facing on 'the outside of. the
upturned bslrn, of black velvet, while
the crown, which Is rfot very tall, round,
and flat. Is relieved by a huge red rose
that tones In remarkably with the rest
or the color scheme. This hat ts only
The drug store near the corner of
Ninth and a streets sells almost every
thing 2 or 3 cents and often S cents
cheaper than It can be bought- In other
"drug stores In th city. All 'kinds of
bath-room fittings, arid toilet articles.
1f bought in bulk In this store, will save
10 per cent, A well-known brand ot
sweet scented Japanese talcum powder,
which sells usually ror.S cents a can.
Is now II cents. A 35-cent Jar of cold
cream, made by a reliable firm, is 29
cents, and many other toilet requisites
-may be had at substantial reductions.
A unique water set consisting or1 six
glasses and pitcher )s to be bought at
a Jewelry store In F street, not far
from the corner of Eleventh. Sterling
silver,' put on. by an electrical process,
covers the entire rawer part of the
classes and the entire surface of the
pitcher, it differs from silver deposit
ware in tnat tne coating is soiia, mere
being no intervening space Incident' In
th conventional design. A mono ram
or crest may be engraved on the pitcher
anu glasses, ine tumDiers are ju.wj
the half dozen, and the pitcher Is $15.50.
Get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine from any drug store or toilet
counter, and after the first application
you will say It was the best investment
you ever maae. ,xour nair win imme
diately take on that-life, lustra and lux
uriance which Is so beautiful. It will
become wavy and fluffy and have the
annearance of abundance: an Incompar
able gloss and softness, but what will
? lease you mosi win do arier jusi a.
ew weeks' use. when you will actually
see a lot or nne. aowijy nair new nair
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Dramatic .School May Be
. Opened by Well-Known
role .of Clsudla In "The Prince Chap."
Her success was so remarkable that
she was made a permanent member ot
the. company.' and at the' end of the
aeasoa she had received a very flatter
ing offer from a New Tork manager,
which she accepted. Her career since
that first appearance has been almost
phenomenal, and those who have
watched, her work predict a wonderful
future for this. young girl.
' Then there Is Miss Anna Wheaton,
another Washington girl, who Is here
this week with James T. Powers In
"Two Little Brides" . at the Belasco.
She, too, has 'mde a remarkable suc
cess, though she Is also In her' teens,
and It Is said that she carried New
York by storm by reason of .her clever
work in "The Passing Show of Ml"
Still another Waahinatonlari who ap
pears this week In a Capital City thea
ter Is John M. Kline, who .has a lead
ing role In "The Divorce Question,"
which Is the offering at the Academy.
At every performance, Mr. Kline Is
greeted cordially by many of those old
friends who knew and admired his ex
cellent work with the Columbia Stock
Company during the past, summer.
Another local actor In Washington
theaters this week la Clifford Bruce, who
essays the part of' The other Man In
the play of that name, giving a. wonder
fully Impressive portrayal of the scarred
and distorted soul of 'the Man, .Jack
It will be remembered that Mr. Bruce
was one of the valued members of the
Belasco stock company, and won con
siderable critical appreciation, as well
as personal popularity, through his ex
Matt Kennedy Is making his annual
visit to his borne town tilts' week, while
playing a comeijy role with ', the "Tiger
Ulles" company at 'the Lyceum Thea
ter. A chief comedian, "Matt," as his
Washington friends call him, Ja making
a record for himself along burlesque
Not a bad record for a week, and
while the Washington boys and girls
are returning' to visit their old home.
It is Impossible to overlook the fact that
the stay-at-homes In the theatrical pro
fession 'are also active. Mrs. Charles
II. Hanford, who, under the name ot
Marie Drofnah, was a valued member
of the Columbia Stock Company during1
last season, has been In conference with
producing managers In Washington
during the" past week. In reference to
me prospective opening ot a dramatic
school In connection with the Columbia
Theater. Such' dramatic schools have
been successfully maintained by sev
eral. New York and Chicago theaters.
During the winter Mrs. Hanford rests
from her professional duties, but de
votes considerable time to Instructing
a class In expression and dramatic art.
. Next week or the following week an
other Washlngtonlan, Stanley James,
who was also'a member-of the Colum
bia Stock Company, la to be In Wash
ington, when he will appear In a vaude
ville sketch written especially for htm.
and which Is now In rehearsal. He has
been booked by Manager Winifred De
Witt, and will appear at Chase's.
A second member of "The Other
Man" company, J. Maurice Sullivan,
who Is the Richard Spurllng In the play,
Is a native of Washington, and many
friends are renewing' their acquaintance
with him during his' week's stay.
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SQUANK'S CLEVER TRICK.
NCE upon' a time there was a
wlcked'gnome named Shagrac,
and he hated' little Squank,
Who waa a dear little goblin
and the favorite attendant of Esmeral
da, the fairy queen. The reason Shag
rao did not like Squank was one day
when shagrao had ridden Flitter Wing,
the dragon fly on which the queen rode,
and hidden him' In a dark cave, little
Squank found him- and brought him
safely home. So he decided that- he
would try to Injure Squank as soon as
he got a chance.
"I will go Into the queen's palaoe In
the form of a servant, and while, there
I am. sure I can find some way of ruin
ing that little goblin." So he made a,
great big magic, 'and when It was'
ended he looked Just like a goblin him
self. Then he went to the queen's pal
ace, became a servant and looked about
to aee what trick he could play to hurt
By and by the queen began to miss
the treasure from her vaults. Every
morning some of the great Jewels were
gone and no one could tell who took
them. But It really was the wicked
One day Shagrao went to the queen
and told her that Uttla Squank, Was the
thief, which distressed her- very much,
"I tell you what to do," said Shagrac,
"Squank, as. you know, has two left feet
instead of a left foot and a right foot
I will sprinkle flour In the hall that
leads to the treasure room tonight, and
If In the morning there are tracks of
two left feet it will 'show that Squank
Is the thief." 80 the queen agreed.
Then Shagrac went off and put some
ot the magic he had bought from a wiz
ard oh his right foot and It became a
left foot Just like Squank's.
Now, Flitter Wing, on which the
queen was sitting, heard Shagrac talk
ing to himself when lie -was' changing
his feet. The dragon fly loved Squank
because that little goblin had saved
him from the dark caves, so Flitter
Win,; went to Squank and told him all
about the mean trick Shagrac was plan
ning to play. Sduank squatted on the
floor and nibbled .the tip of hi right
ear. which he always did when he was
thinking hard. Then he Jumped up and
laughed 'Ha! ha! ha!" He said to
"Go and bite Shagrao on the bl$ toe
of the left foot that was once his right
one. (so Flitter Wing went off and bit
Shagrac on the toe until the blood
came. When he cried out, little Squank
came running up. ,
"I have some green salve that will
cure It." he said to the wicked, gnome,
an he wrapped up the sore toe and put
Tots of- greh palntUpon tt.
'' Late that night Bhagrao' sneaked
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I "" rtE .JUMPED UP rtNO if i "
along the hall to' the treasure-room and
stole more Jewels. And wherever ho
walked In the hall, there were 'the
tracks of two left feet In the flour
sprinkled there. Then he put some
more magic on one of his left feet, and
It was changed Into his right foct
The next morning early Shagrac. call
ed, the queen and all of the attendants,
and pointing to the footprints In the
"See Squank Is the thief, Just aa I
told you here are tho prints of his
two left feet, and he is the only one.
In the palace who has two left feet.
Then, when the guards rushed at him
with their swords drawn, little Squank
laughed a merry laugh and said:
"Look closer, oh, queen, and you will
see the marks of green paint on one
of the footprints, and the smear of tho
rag that I bound about thl wicked
creature's toe. He Is the- thief." And
he pointed, at Shagrar,
Then suddenly Shagrac changed his
appearance back Into the ugly gnome
he really was, for all of his magic
could not stand the truth.
Then with a wild cry of rays and
pain he rushed out of the palace and
the guards chased him and, beat blm
soundly. Far away he fled and he had
to walk miles and miles and miles In
the dirt and mud and ran because ho
did not have even carfare. Just his
clothes and the dirty rag around his
Then the queen said to Squank. "You
are a smart little fellow, and I am go
ing to make you my prime minister."
But Squank replied, "I don't want to
bo a prime minister. I would rather be
Just Bquank and serve- you and feed
So he 'stayed Just Squank and spent
the rest of his life happily at the court
feeding the beautiful dragon fly.
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