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12 THE WASHMGTGX TBfESSFNmYc: e4RlB '- 1013 -S A ; iJirllJ.L.,:. .i..'... ,
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President's Wife Plans Informal
Meetings With 'Women's Cabinet"
Mrs. Marshall Is Also Slated
. . to Receive Members of Her
Set on Wednesdays.
.HE opening of Cong;rets tomor
row will set tho entire new
Administration,!)' tho ears, and
Washington will have the most
v interesting season it has known in
years. ,
No plans have been announced from
the White House, but it is probable
mat Mrs. wiison win nave me wivrs
of new Congressmen and others In
official life to meet er and her
i YafrtiterB through thevuinedium of
j 'afternoon teas or garden-parties.
Mrs. Marshall, has not, failed to re-
i (main in Tierldrawing room" on "Ved-
nesday to receive visitors, informally
or otherwise, since March 4, and it is
probable that Mrs. Bryan will .be at
.; home on Wednesday, -while Mrs.
-.Daniels and several other of the Cab
! 'ine-t women have announced -their
1 purpose of receiving on that day.
fe Mrb, Joseph .RLamarwifevpf Jus-.
.!.' Y.am.t rt ' tKft Siinrmft Court-
Will be at home tomorrow to visitors,
and her house guest, Mrs. Charles H.
I Irhlulzy, of Augusta. Qa, will be with
I her.
Mr. and Mra John Has Hammond
will entertain at dinner tonight in
nonor of the Italian ambassador and
Mr. Justice and Mrs. Lamar, and airs.
William Cummings Story, of isew
York, will be members of the party
of eighteen,
f " ..
fJOss'Elirabeth Hammond has. fully
recovered from a recent illness and
will go, to New York tomorrow to re
main for a Week.
"Final arrangements have, been made
"for the bazaar which the. omen on the
board of manager? of tho Episcopal
Ere. Ear. and Throat Hospital are to
give at the Raleigh Hotel Wcdnesday
-anfl Thursday of this wecK. sirs, .buck.
president of the board, expects that
the success of this year's ercort wiu
surpass all previous records Besides,
the attractions of the booths, where
fllowers, cake, lemonade. Ices, candles,
aprons, fancy articles, and mystery
packages may be purchased, there will
be music and dancing and supper will
be served each evening from 5 to S
One of the cake tables -will be pre
sided over by Mrs. W. E. Fox and the
following women from St. John's
Church: Mrs. D. G. Adee7 Miss Adee,
Miss Mary P. Brown. Mrs. John Paul
'Earnest. Mrs-Percy Myers. Miss B. C.
Saxton, Mrs. Charles H. Stockton, Miss
Jane Wilkes," Miss Mary C. Dove, Miss
Frances Edmonston. and Miss Foster.
Home' -.lade cakes from many favorite
receipts are the special allurement
through which this table gains Its well
earned popularity each year.;
The cake table, conducted by Mrs. E.
J. Stcllwageii, assisted by Miss Gil lis,
Mrs. J. C. Boyd, jfiss E. Bryan, Mrs.
M. Griffith. Mrs. J. V. IIofT. Mrs. A.
F. King, Mrs. F. Roberts. Mrs. P. J.
Ryan, ard Mrs. William H. Wllmer. of
the Chuich of the Ep!phan. will be as
beautiful as in the past. The fancy
cakes on this table will be exhibits of
decorative skill and the electric light
display of the booth Is alxvavs one of
the features of the bazaar.
The candy tables for the sale of home
made candles, bonbons from well-known
confectioners and sweets for the chil
dren, arc receiving more than usual at
tention from the women on the com
mittee from St. Thomas, Trinity; AH
Saints, Chevy Chase, Mao land, and the
Church of the Incarnation. Mrs. J. R.
Johnson, Mrs. A. C. Fenton. Mrs. J. B.
Iee, Mrs. E. 5 Mix and Mi's. Faber
Stevenson will conduct these booths
with the aid of Mesdames Melville
Church, X. F. Clark, John C. Davidson,
Xorman Gait, X. M- Lewln, J. H. Mc
Murray. C. A. Stedman, Grafton Shreve,
W. T. Curtis. Le3ter A. Barr, B. F.
Browne, Azyl Ford, Murray G. Motter,
Clarence Xormcnt, Mary E. Smoot and
the Misscs H. McGroth. H-B. Wjck
erhham. Kate B. Burgess and Phllis
The women from Georgetown from
Christ Church, St. John's, and Grace
Churches are expecting large returns
from their time and energy expended
upon the display of fancy articles and
shell jewelry from Florida which they
will offer for sale. Mrs. W. T. Glover.
Mr. E. M. Talcott. Mus Semple Pettis
and Mrs. J. B. McDonald will conduct
this booth, it which Mrs. Robert S.
Bealle. Mrs. James BlaXe, Mrs. E. S.
Kennedy. Mrs. Louis Mackall. Mrs.
Henry Matthews. Mrs. Percy Thompson,
Mrs. William Ballentvne, Mrs. J. Ber
rall. Mrs. A. F. Hassen, Mrs. Fred B.
Hon den, Mrs. F. McRejnolds, Mrs.
Johnson Morgan, Mrs. H. W. Offult,
Mrs. Robeit J. Peck, Mrs. C. C. Hall,
Mm. II. SchcfTB and the Misses Lucia
M DorselL Glonlna B. Gordon. Han
nah Matthews, Lucia Hollerith. Fiances
JJlakie. Mary Madford, Ann Blackwood
and Mao Mcich will also assist.
The wares of the apron table hae
been selected to meet the demands of
both the practical and fastidious re
quirements of its patrons. All kinds of
aprons will be for sale at the table
presided over by Mrs. AV. m. Stewart,
Miss Acher, Mrs. W. B. Meru, Mrs. II
TValbridge and "Mrs. G W. Van To.'sen
of Trinitj church.
Those who wish tu jirj into the se
ciPts of th future maj hac their
curiosity satisfied by Mr?. K. II Cal
vert, who will be the fortune teller for
the occasion. Mrs. X. M. Dove and
ilra. H. Hawxhtirst ar" busily manag
ing the many details of the bazaar.
The French Ambassador and .Madame
Jurserand hae returned to Washing-,
ton from a short lit in Xcw York.
On the afternoon of April 9, at 4;So
p. m., at the P13jioum. 1SH X strct
northwest, the do Guerin School of
Music faculty, Jllm Eugenia de Guerin,
-violinist; Miss Mabel Linton, pianist,
and Miss Mabel Latirmer, soprano, will
b heard In a recital for the benefit
of AH Souls' Mission. This recital will
be of Interest, not only to the members
of- All Soul's Mission 'and their friend,
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pal?, tic. correctly treated by eiperu at
ire offices of
1002-4 V M. .V W. Phone .11. 3174.
Only Women and Children Treated.
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will AOT kc valid after June IS, ltlS.
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Daughter of Former Secretary
of' Navy Will' Wed Naval
Officer This Month.
CbpyrlKht by G. V. Buck.
but to the many friends and pupils of
these .young women, as the program Is
the same as the one recently gicn In
Lcesburg, Va.
The .President and 'Mrs. Wilson ex
pect to occupy-Tonc of the boxes to
morrow evening at the George Wash
ington University Hospital benefit to
be given at the Columbia Theator.
when -Miss May Robsbn will appear
in her successful play, "A Xlght Out."
Others w;ho have taken boxes for
that evening are Rear Admiral
Charles II. Stockton, president of the
George Washington University, and
Mrs. Stockton, with Mr. and Mrs.
Parker, of, Baltimore, and Command
er and Mrs. Reginald Belknap as
their guests: Dr. W .C. Borden, dean
of the medical department of the uni-"
vVrslty, and Mrs. Borden, with Mrs.
Eugene Byrnes, president of ihe
board of lady managers of the George
Washington Hospital. Mr. Byrnes, Dr.
Ruffln, and Mrs- E. H. Llsctim as
their "guests; Judge and Mrs",Ma,rtln
Knapp, with 'Judge and Mrs. Hunt:
Mrs. Thomas Walsh, Dr. and, Mrs. E.
G. Selbert, with Dr. and Mrs. Wil
liam J. Mallory and Dr. and.Mrs.Lor
cn Thompson: and Dr. and Mrs.
Charles W. Richardson and guests.
Benefit tickets may' be procured
from Mrs. -Ev G. Selbert, 1817 Xtne
tecnth'" street or any . member of the
board of lady managers.
The spring dance of the Chi Psi So
rority was given last nlghfin the red
room ofUhe'Xew Willard. The colors
of the sorority .were used in'thedecora
tlon of the ball and reception rooms.
Supper was served "later in "the evening.
The Italian ambassador returned to
Washington, today after spcnding'a few
days in Xcw York. -, , .
CoL and ,,Mrs. Thomas W. - Symons
entertalnedatdlnnerjlastinight Miss
Glaiijs ".Hinckley. Miss -Eleanor Rey
burn.'MIss Caroline Ogden-J ones. Miss
McCluskey. Miss Symons. Commander
Burstyn, Austrian (naval" attache; Com-mander;Bov-Ed,
German naval attache;
W. Bowie f Clarke, and Thomas W.
Symons, r.
Saturdaj. April 16, will bring to Wash
ington society almoEt the last refrain
from tho Administration just past, w hen
at high noon on that day. Miss Alys
Applcton Mecr. daughter of the former
Secretary of the Xavy and Mrs. Meyer,
will be married to Lieut. C. Ray
mond P. Rodgers, U. 8. X.
Miss Helen Taft will come on from
Xew Haven to be one of the 'brides
maids, and will join In' the extensive
festivities preceding the wedding. Miss
Julia Meyer will be maid of honor for
her sister, and the other' maids will be
Miss Buth Applcton," of Xew York,
cousin of the bride; Miss Martha Mc
Cook, of Xew York, daughter of Mrs
John J. McCook; Miss Cristlne Hunne
well, of Boston; and Miss Kathcrtne
Jennings and Miss Dorothy Williams, of
Lieutenant Rodgers will depart from
j the rule' of having his entire party made
up irom inc ranns ol oruiiicr um-
ccrs. and Donald Rodgers, brother of
the bridegroom, will be best man. An
other brother, Alexander Rodgers, will
be an usher, and others of the party
are George von L. Meyer, Jr., brother
of the brldc-elcct; .Clarence Hay, and
Sloane Dancnhower. Lieut. David
W. Bagley U. S. X., and Major James
A. Logan, U. S. A., will complete the
The Rev. Roland Cotton Smith, rector
of St, John's Church, on Lafayette
square, will perform the ceremony at
high noon, and several members of tho
Cabinet of President Taft will be guests.
including Mr. and Mrs. MacVeagh, Mr.
and Mrs. Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher,
and the former Secretary of Agriculture
and Miss Wilson.
The Secretary of War will leave
Washington In the morning for a short
visit in Xew York. Mr. and Mrs.
George Lcary and their son, James
Lcary. of Xew York, who are stop
ping at the Shoreham, are practically
the guests of the Secretary and Mrs.
Garrison, and Mr. Leary will accom
pany Mr. Garrison to Xcw York.
Mrs. Wilson will occupv a box at
the -comic opera. "The Brigands," by
Offenbach, which will be presented at
the Belasco tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock for the benefit of the Xatlonal
Homeopathic Hospital. Others who have
taken boxes arc Mrs. Belmont, Mrs.
Edson Bradley, Mrs. E. B. Grandlh,
Mis. Elklns, Mrs. Martin Knapp. Mrs.
Arthur Lee, Dr. T. L- MacDonald, Mrs.
Henry Clei eland Perkins. Mrs. Ray
mond Patcrson, Mrs. Downey and Mrs.
T. De Witt Talmage.
Good weather took a number
of luncheon parties out to the Chevy
Chase Club today, among the hosts
there being Mr. and Mrs." Walter Tuck
erman. Captain Evans, Mr. and Mrs.
James F. Curtis, H. R. Robinson and
Mrs. Horace Westcott.
The Misses Wilson will be the guests
of Jtrs. Robert Fitch Shepard at a
dinner at the Chew Chase Club on
April 13.
lmpoitant social event for the
end of the week will be the banquet
which is to be given at the Xew Willard
Hotel Trlday evening by the Xavy
League of the Vnlted States. The an
nual convention of the league will have
liecn In session for two days and the
city will be fuU of official and society
people who are particularly Interested
in the naval branch of the service.
Invitations have been extended for
the first time to a score7 or more of
women, the wives of speakers - and
special guests .of the ,leagiie. Among
those who have accepted Invitation;
Mrs. Thomas It. Marshall, Mrs. Jo
cephus Daniels, Mrs. LlndWy"M. Gar
rison, Airs Franklin D. Roosevelt, Mr3.
J. S. McKean. Mrs. George Dew.,
IMrs. William C. Rt-Jfic'd, Mrs. John
Hood, Mrs. Charles H. "Stock'ton:, Mrs.
W W Klmb"H, Mrs. John' G'bbond.
Mrs. A. V. Wadhams Mrs. 'Perry Bel
mont, Mra. John W. Kern, Mrs. "Phl'lp,
Andrews. ..Mrs. Richard Wa'nwrjght,
Mrs. Xathan Twining.' Mrs. W. F. Fill
lam. Mrs. "Charles' "F. Johnson, 'Mrs.
Hugo Osterhaua, Mrs. John J. 'Flfs
gcrald. Mrs. 'William -P. Riddle. Mrs.
B. A. , Fiske. Mrs.1- Leigh C.' Palmer,
Mrs Henry f II. .Ward, and" Mrs. Joshua
- ' "
Charles Anthoncy. the pianist, who
will be the soloist at Outlast of 'trie
Washington Symphony concerts "on
Tuesday. April 15, will, - through! "tHc
courtesy1 of Mrs."' Arthur ,J.V Parsons,
give a recital In her 'ball, roomj'on
'Thursday, Aprll,'l7, at 4 -o'clock. t'Mr."
Anthony is a'pupll ofsome of the, best
Known teacners abroad, and scorea -a'
great success, both private and' public,
in 'London.'
Mr. von Billow, of the German em
bassy,, who has been transferred. to the
foreign office In Berlin, was host at a
tea at thc-Rochambeau yesterday, after
noon, when th.er German Ambassador and
i;ountes ;von Bernstorft,' the 'Nether
lands Minister and Madame - Loudon
and others from the Diplomatic Porpa,
with a number from resident and of
ficial society, 'were his guests. '
Lieutenant Commander 'and"?Mrs.
Gherardl .(entertained the 'German Sec
ond Secretary -and Madame'Klenlin'abd
a'-number "of others at dlnner-last'nlght.
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The Misses Tiralow," of Scott Circle,
will bo at JhQtnfl'tfpr, the .last' tjme this
season on Monday afternoon from 4
to 6. , - ! '
Tiie purpose of. tbis section 1b to mike It possible for women In occu?
pations which tley,'cprry on at homo to offer, first hand and at a low ad
vertising cost to tKein, various articles of handicraft', needlework, home
made delicacies, 'Confections, personal service, etc., to Times .readers. The
offers here .made to' you, the readers of Tho Times, may include Just th
very thtng-you have'wante'd and looked for in vain. Samples of all goods
advertised in-this section may be seen and bought at Room 425 Munsey
Building, wbre'the JPoUyTrimm exhibition is nor being'beld.
LACE of all llnda; Met' work a.vsrfctally.
mats cr lunch aeta etc.: tamplea exhibit!
Room.-3. Murt Hldfr ' ' '
CROCHETED COLtABSfniS-apeelaii): ala
tattlnc Addrcn 13C Rhoda IsUcd ac
N. K n. :. "
4 yeara-to make; -cant be aeen at 1322 V.
ave X. TV. -
EMBROIDRRY; and crocnetlnc; ercnlnr caa
In cold corchet er aalln: cemerclKaa. ate:
reasonable Tl ' K. M. U 8 -at. X. TV.
CROCHETING haadbaja cr worsted work.
Sea epertior apply V. V. A.. 411 itli N. W.
SAI.n tablo coier 4t In. linen punch wori;
alo cover in red popple Ions aiuJ abort
atitih EXHIBIT ROOtl. IS Munaw bide.
tH Munity Bldr.
rocbet work at ROOM
r. 'D.
ARRIAX braid hand made lace curtain.
omt S j arts Ions, -on exhibit. Room 4.5.
Price. 4S .
Hand embroidered artlclta. Includlnt ahlrt
walata. bureau aiarfs. towela, aprona. and
ladler underwear. reawnabU prlcea 1411 D
at N. E
MILLINER -nlth xprlenc lll make (our
old hat oer, new liata trimmed, moumine
hate v order ;J7 K ttSVT. -
MH.UNKR Stllh. artlatlr. home or rut;
moderate, also millinery laona. 1641 Uth.
tonnlerer. hand made, on exhibition: any
satin flowera mada to order. SO Mb S. E.
SHIRT WAWTS. I-plece houae drenaea.
dernear, maa at rearonaui-
ork. MISfi SAL'l- if Hth
Apt, i.
KVBMNC uOWNS peclalt. pcl!l at
tention given to caster oraera; m, ;
ed. Mlaa A R TRAZZARE. 411 K. . ave.
EXPERT COACHING on graded and
.t.Mi iiht-tBT tchr of piano.
JORIE HARKE3. 143 Uth at. n Ph. X
nn TTKADB mad irom roas
Bride rosea mad In bcada a aouen
Decatur at-
ORDERS for hand-painted hlna and flrlnc
'Mcited: ladler miy aerure ehlna by na-
Incll month. MRS. RENSIIAW. lttl Irvfnr
.atukai.istic WORfy mv upeelalty: can
b a-en at exhibit: claa Wedneadva and
V..ti!r.l,.i; PrietM reasonable. MRS. SPRUCE
BANK. roi Ind at. 8 E.
HAXp-PAINTED CHINA: work guarantied:
Cuba fenced: classes afternoon and svsn-
'" SaW ew Hampanlrs ava. X. w. Cot.
CSii P.?Tlfi.? na flrIn- " Im
ported hite china, decorated stock, au
6f2?:l,rS klIn- P- M.. 73S. Addtwltll
10 LESSONS. nv.
no orkstieii.
and 1 to 4
lncludlnr im nt mIm.
Monday and Thurrday. 9 la lj
alsn ordra taken. I0C4 E ' X.
ADDRESSING envelope, a .aeclaltv; no con
tract tao large: prlcea reasonable: work
guaranteed Call MS Maaa ay. X. S. "
LI. KINDS jama and jellies .t reasonable
PflPM. Xhfhlt Jit fZ VTi.n-- ttl
M3 Fla. ave. X. W. J ""'""'
HOME-MADE preserve, and jellies n hi
!?," "J "'rli "' d.1!pUy rn,m A""" 1"
4th H li Phen Line ss M
HA'.'DI-OME KIIR RUGS and lapr,bea. ri"
.,,8v?bfe m,!e M oti"- Addreia 4 l?Th
at. N TV
CAX2x K1.1!?. "READ and lea cream
vlw -'Le. 101 Uth af. N. w.
. Orders Delivered
Phone M. 145.
HOME MADE BREAD, pies, doughnuts, hot
roll- cakes and salads: to order and de
ll ij4i5MT8t. N. TV.
MRS. W. A. "GREER'S celebrate-1 home
made cakes, neddlng cakes k specialty.
sampler at exhibit. Address 11 l?ih at. .V B
MT SPECIALTY In all kinds of rakes, cook
ies and candles Apply 13) i:th st S. E
CARPET . -WEAVING-Rugs made to order
from silk or rags law, 9th st. X. W.
latest designa and descrlpllcoa. Apply BOX
limes office
113 i jtlZK crocheting and needle work skillfully
executed. On exhibit MS H st. Xi. TV. I
The advertising in th's section Is not free space but a rate Is charged
which wiH permit home workers to find a wider market for their products
and service and n comfortable profit for their time and effort. Writo com
plete uetails of what jou can make or do and what you wish to advertise.
1 will prepare an adand send it trxou with price quotations. Address
Polly Frlmm, Room iZ5 Munsey Building.
: ,-Personal Mentien.
Mr. and 'Mrs. XJ Jonas, 'of Nashville,
Term., announce the entr;emenfof their
aaurnter. miss tvim jonas. iohjoscdu
irwVT.-.:...n -.".. in -Tr.. onrf lfrieTT
- iauiiiA"i ovti w. T' " - "i"." "
Kauiman, or vvasninsron.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Weyl..flfve re
turned- to' their h6rne,-fin.TBrlgitwood,
aftcrvspepfdlrig 'the past ''feWeeks 'In
Atlantic City. r
Mr. and Mra. Charles Goldsmith, of,
Calvert stree't, Ueftw TVMhlnjjrtori" 'today,
for rtlchmondl.'tolbe thefiiests of their
daurhter, Mr.-VlHiam-.ThlnlreeK They
wlll'-attend 'the wedding of Miss Irm
niLHtfclAlY-i-:tr.' . -t. t-Mt.
which taWes place at'the Jefferson Hotel
l " rt 41
Mrs. Sydney- "Relxenateln, who has
btcn"visltlnj:-hers8tex,JMrs. I. Saks, of
Now Torfc, '.haa returned .'to her "' home)
Irt the.Dupont. ,ir-,iJ'"J '',''
' .i rV f? - ' .1
.Mr.-and Mrs. SalvadprBlcis,rdshive
past, wee kr In BiiAinords with relatives.'
"''. ' T7i . , .
Mr. and Mra. , Ferdinand 'l!vl, ha.v re-
tuped tO'Sumtef, B- C. aftfr spend! qs
two w-eeka herewith th'elr'parentsjlri
and Mrs. Max CohenT" of' 'Blltmore
street. . . , . ,
Mrs. '-Warren Yenawlne,l,whoyha been
vlsIUrigTelatlves ln5Watnxton,.has fei
turned 'to'lier 'home, -In iPhlladelDhra.7 r
'home, -In 'Phlladelpbra.
'Miss Wojf. of Auristafi Of .. 'is 'the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Frank, of
the Stafford. lVZ'
xMlss1 Eleanoro Sellnir;vof Columbia
road,1-Is visiting;, revives in New -Tone.
MrJ.' L. LaldlaT;.'ofNew Torlc. ar
rived t, today to bci'the' "riiest of Mrs.
Helen Gardener, -orUW'Lamont street.
- - '. ".! i-.l
She IIl'be.a speaker atthe suffragette
n eetlngj ' at . the .Columbia' Theater to-
nrorrow morning. - K
Miss Lucille Lowenberc has returned
j to the. Bristol Scljool after.'snendlnt; tho
nouaars wit a ner narents. Mr. ana Mrs.
Harry (Lee IiowcnbersV of Norfolk, Va.
.'Mr.'and'Mfsr'Oeori" Barton "French
have -returned to-New-Yorlc 'Tntfwere
t-1. .I.V. 2: .. ..U'- ..4IMll !'
iiv&v,-iaqL vjcvk -ivrBviiv 'uuuinsiiiivcii
1' Mr., and 2&rs. Edson radley.
' ' i , " 4.
Mrs. Martha Gle'ow will sneak Ma
Grace Kniscoial Caurch, Silver Sprlnrs.
M.," Monday' ovenlnir, on1 the work of
aUv sS&XnL V Jaaaai mk 9 1?i1iAn ata4f at
soclatldri aniens thmountaineers.
Robert ITownlntr, the'aetor, is to ap
pear ataJn In'- a'- dramatic production.
after a number -of years, duttna; whlcn
he-.hasA been' enaaaeo exclusively in
evanac"t'e work. Mr. Downing will bo
well rehiernbered bylWshlnKtonlans aa
one! who 'hf d 'a welldesew-ed'reputatlo'n
isa 'star In -the 'finest type of drama.
is 'Qth'ello, nrgtnlus, and SpatUcus
the" CHi4tytor. 'will 'be pirtlcularly re-'msmbered.-
ySeverar years ago, Mr.
Do-rnlhr turned, hlf'tale'qts to'evapfel
Um.J which' hap brouyhthlm Into:
tactwlfhtcoriltIoris as they "exist'ln the
country'dlstrlcts ot theSeuthcast. Thla
experlenee'and'hls dramatic talent have
assisted him In writing" a play culed
"The Couhtrv'Psu'soriMn ti hiehi tries
I conditions are set" (Tth Irfia'atpryot
! srtat charm arid Tf ith - characters of
rVi"ln'eit: ' l ' ' "r- v';Vt?
Law Studants WBI'
. " Have First Dinntr
The "first annual dinner of the law
school of Georjre, a3hInaton.UnIver
slt v.will be held Saturday' 'nlaht. Aoril
lflat"Raucaers,' with Vice President
-sii aftni3 aua- w& .ivtivt. wu
speakers will be Chief Justice- IJeele.
of the' United -SUtfs Court of Claims.
Rear Admiral 'Stockton, and John -B.,
Larner, of the-unlverslty board -of trus-
'Charles Noble Gregory, dean of the
law departmenV has been selected to
bli mo &usaiiiiotri, iwiu-Jiriiiui isn.-
Kbert .wilt lcaditho collesjejyella. .
.uesiues tne siseaxers ampna; men
prominent Injoffldar'ahd. biismess Ijfe
in 'Washington' who ha-e fgn(fler'thelr
intention to attend,. are. Jasraes Stwarf.
Assistant Poslntasttr.Genaral; 'Sfnatqr
Pranda C. Newlanda,. JrtepTeaentat'jB
B,enjamln G.;ilumpiri..PT"rcPjtlve
Irwin 8. Pepper: Jjjstice W. PSlaifon.
of "the Supreme Court) of .'the District of
Columbia: Former District Commission
er -H." B. F. Macfa'rland;, AWU
Browne. k A. , S." "'6rtrilnton. Alexander
Brltton. Walter a'Tenfield. MelvfHo
Church, Arthur Pete "and Walter C
Clephane,' ' -
Tit "Interest.
4 Jh. play is-to be preduced'this'com
ir.ff u eek'on four nlthta, bKln'nlruj Tuw
da".. April ?, n the parish 'hall or St.
Andrew's' 'church, FjSurtJnth 'and Cor-
cqrafr. , streets , northwest. Dosynlnc's
presentation of :hlr part may be. counted
upon to -.be not only true to 'life, but
nrttirwiicaitycTOvincins;.- - is to ne
assisted by a very capable cast of char
acters. ' i
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Awl Lecture This Wttk
Announcement haaicen made of the
entertalnmenta'fqr the. hHrtd at:the-Na-
Aftr TIlwdM- eA k I21tm latU
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street noruiweat, rortnis. weecrxnT)
are: Thursday nfglit at8 oxlbck.. piano
and sonar' i-eettal' 'Ttiimell' 'Hill, nlanlat
and Miss Ruth Em'erc6h soprano. Sat
Ust Lectyrt to B
; On Milkt,;TuwWy
The last Itcturc of .the season in the
course of. master painters. Vader, the
auspices of the Washington Society of
Fine Arts, will be given April I. at In.
m.. In the auditorium i of t,hc new, Na-UbnaKMu'seum-
The j subject will be
Jeaii.Franeols Millt,'"aJid the tectar
cr."MIss Ansa. Seaton-Schaaidt. Toe
lecture wjll.'bc profuaetyilhistrated and
. Evefithogh th'e'lectures in the Wash
ington Society of-Flne Arts course have
been 'transferred from the- Public t
brary flail to a larger "audltortum. the
Public. Library contlnuea'to,'arranaW. an
In 'the .past, co-ontlnate ezhrbttlena of
pictures. There haKO'Wt'becn put ub
In-the- eihllSltlnn csutea nn Hie iH-nnt
floor of. fhc' Public XJbrarrlfty prints
covering:tnc most important pictures
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TTKTHY NOT'DISGARD the old, squeaky; or unsanitary bed
W stead; aiid treat yourself tp bn
thenewest advantages which the science of bed-building has
Yfot2wK2teqki Ytx show you these elegant lines; .
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Exclusive New Line
Never Before Shown, in Washington
White Enamel Bedsteads
These are the metal kind; and some -dftherh: are .plain pothers
with brass trim. ''The stock is so large arid Varied and "represents
such-a.wide rangeof prices-that nearly any'need'rnay be;supplied.
One 4 ft.jnS'quare-post'Bed. Reduced ffpm'S23.00 to. .12.50
une 4-n. square-post oea. Keauceu rrom sio 10 f i.oo
O'thefs'reduced asfollows :
Were '; ! Were , .
S20.00 $12.50 ' 34.50 $3.00
$15.00 $12.00 SI 3:50 $9.00
W ere ,
'$ 16.00
Bird's-eye Maplfe and Fine
Mahogany Bedsteads
One pair Solid Mahogany Napoleon Bedsteads; superb design.
Reduced from $80.00 tp, .each . . .' $90.00
One Single Bird's-eye Maple Bed. Reduced from $36.00 -to. $23.00
One pair Louis XV Twin'Beds, in tine mahogany. Reduced
from $50 lo ..'. .". . . .. .' $42.50
One pair of same period; also maliogany,
SO to
One Single Louis XV Bedstead, in bird's-eye maple,
from $50.00 to '
Reduced from
. Our patrons should see;the newest thing in '
Library and Porch Suites, whiclrwe now. have
on sale for the first time in Washington.-
We have the exclusive handling of .these ,
superb goods and' have priced them as low, as
they can be sold anywhere. V
With light ash frames in the purest Eliz
abethan designs, the seats and backs-of chairs
and settees are of finely woven cane and" uphol
stered. The pieces we are showing are in two
styles of finish, a French gray with blue leather
upholstering and .white enamel covered in French
cretonne. It is one of the most refined creations
on the market.
We invite .you to inspect these goods while
the complete line is on exhibition.
$61 Brass Bed for $38.80
This is the best Brass Bed Bargain we have offered this year. Almost
identical with the bed we illustrate, it has 14 l4-inch fillers, instead of ten.
The round posts arc 3 inches in diameter with top trim 5J4 inches. The top
rail is 2J4 inches square, and the husks in fillers
2 inches. The Bedstead measures 6 feet 6
inches bv 4 feet 6 inches inside.
In offering this
elegant Bed at so
small a price wc
-give you such a
bargain as you
may never see
$25 Brass Bed for $15.00
This is one of the best Brass Bedsteads we have ever been able to offer at
so low a price. Though not exactly like the cut below, it closely resembles it
is a full size bed, in polish finish, and will give entire satisfaction.
Other Beds
This Bed $25
Reduced to $15
W. B. MOSES & SONS, F and Eleventh Sts.
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