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10 MMMMWWWWMMMtflWMMM tuijijxTLa-riAJi-rinnnri - ....... s - NOW; W use. - I) 5) (flm SEwwe here. - C- I C, U Ui? - ( cam tea b . a, griy Copyright, 1918, by McClure Newspaper Syndicate. yV7-,g-tl -r OCIETY U 1 i...., President's Wife Among Attendants At Meeting of Civic Federation Mr. Wilson Has Box Reserved at Bali Game to Be Played for Hospital Benefit. m RE. WILSON was among the ' l large attendance at the pub- ' V 1 Uc meeting- ot the woman's department of the "National Clrlc FederaUon at the Playhouse this , raornlnjy at 11 o'clock. The use of the Playhouse was through the courtesy of the off'cers of the organization. Congressman Kahn of California ad- I dressed the meeting and chairmen of ine various committees reaa meir an nual reports. Mrs. Archibald Hopkins presided. Miss Jessie Wilson left Washington this morning for New York for a brief visit. -- ' Jessie Wllinn anil Ml H.l.n WnnA-' row Bones, occupied a box at the New ,' National Theater last evening. -4 A box has been reserved for the k President at the ball game which will be played by the Chevy Chase and Metropolitan Clubs for the benefit of the free wards of Providence Hospital at the American League Park Monday ; morning at H o'clock. ' Mrs. James F. Barbour, who has been in charge of the sale of boxes, has al ready disposed of fifty and expects to ael! many more tickets. The Marine Band will play during the game. and Mrs. Frederic Atherton. of Boston, who spent the winter In the Hunt Slater residence in Sixteenth street, .have given up the. house. Mrs. Atherton Is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Henry White and Mr. Atherton has gone to Boston, where he win be Joined later by Mrs. Atherton. J The President and Mrs. Wilson re ceived the faculty and thv senior class of the Academy of the Sfcicred Heart, of Man'land. at the WMte House at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The class Is composed of Miss. Agnes McEI liott. Miss UUlan Meehasi. Miss Ger trude Qulrni and Miss Dorothy Stephen son. Walter S. Penfleld ga a luncheon at the University Club yesterday in honor of'Boax W. Long, recently ap pointed chief ot the Bureau of Latin American Affairs, In the Department of State, and his father. Elisha V. Long, formerly chief Justice of Nw Mexico. -4 J. E. Lefevre, charge d'aifalres of ths Republic of Panama, gave i. dinner last evening In honor of Gen. Emlltano Cbamorro, the newly appointed minis ter from Nicaragua. Mrs. George Thomas Dunlap. of Chevy Chase, is entertaining at a bridge party of five tables this afternoon, fol lowed by an Informal lea. Sir Thomas Peck and Lady Peck, who recently returned to this country from England, are in Washington for a few days, guests at the New Wlllard. -4-- A smart audience filled the New Na tional Theater yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock for the presentation of Mrs. Christian Hemmick's two plays which were given in the Interest of woman's suffrage. Among those in the boxes and the audience were Mrs. Manliall. Mr. Redfield, Mrs. Burleson, Mrs. Houston, M- Thomas F. Maxey. of Texas; Mrs. Cha-es M. Hughes. Mrs. Joseph Mc Kenna. Mrs. D. IT. Fletcher. Mrs. Charles Boughton Wood, Mrs. James Montgomery. Mrs. William Barrett Rirtgel. Mrs. Victor Kauffmann, Mrs. Cobb, the Minister of Peru and Mm, Pezct. Mr. Blebert and Miss Sophie 6!ebert. Mrs. Henry Cleveland Perkins, Mrs. Falrchlld, Mrs. Robert Elmore, ftlrsT William J. Stone, Mrs. John Sharp Williams. Miss Williams. Mrs. Julian James, Mrs. Alexander Sharp. Jr., Miss Jannln, Mrs. Henry Parker. Mrs. Bid die, Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Newbold. Mrs. Perry Johnson, Miss Margaret Pcrln, George Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Fortesque, Mrs. Victor Kauff mann. Mr. .Charles T. Tlttmann. wim InsaUs. Mrs. Waiter Fisher. Mrs. James T. Barbour, Mils Barbour. Mrs. T. Ritchie Stone, the Misses Cut Fena, aa Mrs. atwir. HOME WANTED -rrnrrnrrrru jyuxraxjTJVxnjmr c HRONICLES MMMAMMAAAAAAAAMNMMMMWVMWWV NWMWMAWWWWW - - Trr""! iiriiriiti nrrTAfianiv -V Copyright by Clinedlmt. MISS JULIA VAIL. Mrs. James Lee Marshall, accompa nied by her daughter. Miss Julia Vail, has gone to Atlantic City for several weeks. Before returning to Washing ton, Miss Vail will visit In Boston and Long Island. 4- The Italian Ambassador entertained the Vice President nd Mrs Marshall at dinner last night, and Invited to meet them, the British ambassador. Sir Cecil Spring-Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Henry White, Col. Thomas W Symons,' the Assistant Secretary of State and Mrs. Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. Chandl?r Anderson, Lieut. Col. CharIf-8 L. McCawley. Mr. and Mrs. James F Curtis, the Coun selor of the French Embasrv and Coun tess de Perettl de la Rocra, Mr anl Mrs. Christian Hemmlck. Mrs. James W. Pinchot, Mrs. W H. H. Souther Innd, Miss Williams, Miss Hojle. John Bassett Moore, counselor of the State Department, Mr. Johanneesen, Norwe gian secretary: Nobile Carlo del Conti Montagnlnl, attache, and ; B. Ceccato, commercial delegate to the Italian em bassy. The Italian ambassador had the certer of the table transformed Into an Italian garden, with jellow flowers predominating. -4--Mrs. Margaret B. Downing was hostess at a dinner last evening at her home in Brookland, D. C, taking her guests afterward to the annual rose show in the Masonic Temple. Her guests were Congressman and Mrs. Towner, of Iowa . Congressman Bartholdt of Mlbsourl, Mr. and Mrs. John A. T. Hull, Miss Annette Hull, .Mrs. Kath erine Burke, Miss Kathryn Walsh, of Iowa, house guests of the hostess; Miss Kathryn Noel, and Capt. John J. Cork ery, of St. Louis. -4-- The faculty and the graduating class have sent out cards for the exercises of commencement week at the Colonial School, 1725 Connecticut avenue. On Saturday evening. May 21, at 8 o'clock, the senior garden fete to the school will be held, on Sunday morning. at 10 o'clock, the baccalaureate sermon will be delivered, on Monday, at S o'clock, a French play will be presented and the Glee Club concert will be at 8:30 o'clock that same even- Ing. Then on Tuesday, Junior day will be observed with a dance at S o'clock: j on Wednesday, the senior cI.isk day ex- waco ur iiciu t a o ciocK, ana Thursday morning. May 3. at 11 o'clock, the graduating exercises will be held. j. The engagement of Miss Anna Ger trude Poe. daughter of the late William C. Poe and Mrs. Poe, of Relay, Md.. to Carl Frederick Meyer, of Waynesboro, Pa., which has Just been announced In Baltimore, is of Interest to Washing ton. Miss Poe Is a niece of the late John Prentiss Poe, a member of the family of the poet, Edgar Allan Poe, and has many friends here. aaBBBajBMu3r''v9C 'WVAsVsTji M2sBLSi3LMBsW wmKmmmm&mi tVJMKBHl VSBK &:4SBBnvMfl&aMVSM0SBa V'TJHjfKH BBasBTv?'7fSBfsBSB&zSasBaBl aZTPBSBBBlBBS KrHH mcmM&yMjmwm rr'v-v3 - -ismjzr - mmmmm 3 I we WTO THAT i f D0& RF j' - - njnunjjuu' - "Lrij'ruxrrxLri.r.ii'iirJ" - JJtM''w" Society Will Flock to Races at Benning Track Held by Rid ing and Hunt Club. Washington society is never seen to such good advantage as when In its sporting mood, and tomorrow will find the driveways between Washington and the Benning race track lined -ny, .. ionable turnouts. Never before has the outlook been better for a brilliant race meet than that of the Washington Rid ing and Hunt Club tomorrow and Sat urday and Monday. Two boxes have been set aside for the White House family, and the Rus sian Ambassador and Mme. Bakhmetcft have taken a box. Basil Hall and Jo seph Thomas, both well-known New York men and members of the Middleberg Hunt Club, have tele graphed for boxes, and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont, Mr. and Mrs. August Belmont, and many of the offi cers at Fort Myer have also secured accommodations for themselves and large parties. Never before has so elaborate a pro gram for a spring meet been arranged, and even" detail is being carried out to add to the success of the three days' events. ,, The Postmaster General and Mrs. Burleson will be hosts at a box party this evening at the New National Thea ter in compliment to Miss Wilson. After the. theater, they wiV go to the Pow hatan Hotel for supper. -4-- Mrs. Marshall will receive Informally this afternoon at the Shoreham Hotel, being the only Cabinet hostess observ ing "Cabinet day" this week. Mrs. W. W. Harts, wife of Major Harts, of the Engineer' Corps, of P street, and their family will leive Washington shortly for their old home In Madison, Conn., where they will spend the summer. -4-- Major and Mrs. A A. Fries will be hosts at a dinner at their quarters at the Washington Barracks Saturday evening. -4 Mrs. Beatty and Miss Emily Beatty will go to Annapolis early In June to re main over until after June week at thj Naval Academy. Miss Ruth Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron M Parker, will leave Washington early next week for De-on, to attend the horse show. She will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Yarrow dur ing her stay, and before returning home she will pobably visit at Beverly Farms, Mass., and in Boston for a short time. -4-- Mr. and Mrs. Philander Chase Knox and Mrs Roderick Shelton McCook have received word of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Reld Knox, at Valley Forge. Pa. The boy Is the grandson of the former Secretary of State and Mrs. Knox and the great-grandson of Mrs. McCook The former Secretary and Mrs. Knox are spending May In Washington at their K street house, according to their custom. -4-- Wllllam Marshall Bullitt, of Louls- Hie. former Solicitor General for the Department of Justice, has gone to Stockbrldge. Mass., where his marriage to MIh.s Nora Iaslgl, of Boston, will take place May 31. Edward M Padelford. MIfs Valerie Padelford, and Mrs. Albert Ordwaj have gone to Newport for the season, and are at the Muenchlnger Cottage for a time. Lieut. Com. Horace i I G. Macfarianl. ! U. S. N.. and Mrs Macfarland, whine marriage took place a few nays ai, few days ai. will sail from New York on Saturda tor a tour or uermany. irs. aacia- land was formerly Miss .ucran iler i first husband was the late Lieutenant j Hnapinn I' S V. ' M.J. Gen. James ' B. Aleshlre. Quar- j ZVtt V.ns'" termaster's Department. I". S A., and ! the hair of tut.- .:.!, .c-l'.m-.-il i.iVe Mrs. Aleshlre and their daughters wlll'nwai the d-'ie j,.i , ifv-r1 leave Washington the middle or last of . fake?. it e-ii tic.. i- .ivj.,vit nl June for thtlr ranch. In Wyom ng. where they will spend the summer. and Mrs Geoffrey Whitney whose marriage recently took place .it Cumberland Island. Ga.. .till hall u Tuesday for nn extended trip aliroa 1 Mr. and Mrs. Whitney will spend most of next winter at their home, lS'Jl i' street, Washington, THE WASHINGTON TIMES. S --,l.r-ll-w--ll-,-l-LI-,-lJ. rm ( hrmR c . i 111 l M; o. . ' unwx s ANDMAN WWWMvmw 'MMMWWWMMMMM ' iir.r.i-ij-L"LnxL--riTixj.j-riri-nj'uuTj For The Times' Children Just Before It's Bedtime OLD SOL'S o NE morning the Sun got out on the wrong side of his billowy bed of clouds and at once be gan to scowl. "I do not feel like shining this morn ing," he said. "I am cross; I do not know why, but I am, and I am going to scowl all day." H's face grew crbsser and crosser. until the earth, which was waiting for his usually sunny face to be seen, was overcast and gloomy. The stars began to wink at each other. "Old Sol Is scowlv today." said one. "We will not see our little playmates on the earth until night, and maybe Sol will scowl so hard that even the man In the moon cannot clear away the clouds he makes." "Yes," sa'd another: " he Is cross to day. He does not seem to think of ug or anything when he is scowiy, and I wanted to watch a little boy on the earth today who was looking at me last night. He thinks night Is the only time we stars can see. and he promised to oe good when he looks at mc at -night, and I wanted to see if he kept his promise. "I wanted to see the oarth today, too." said a little angel who stopped to hear what the stars were saying. "I and my sisters get so lonely when Sol does not shine and we cannot see the earth and all the children playing there. This will be a sad day for us." The little angel and her sister's all be gan to cry and down went the tears on the earth. "Oh. don't do that." cried all the star at once, "don't jou know mat when you crj you make the earth all wet and all hae to stay In the house?" "Do they?-' said all the little angels. "Then we won't cry een If w-e cannot see the earth children, we will not make It any harder for them by coins even if we are lonely." "What are those stars talking about?" said Sol to himself. "They are always winking and blinking and making a lot of noise," so he peeked out from be hind a cloud to hear and forgot to scowl for a minute. "Oh. I saw my little hoy'" cried a Star. "He Is crjing uecause n rmmui go on a picnic, poor little man. hut his face is all unlles now that he sees ihc sun." The earth children are sad as we are." said a little miel. ' when Old Sol scowls he makes to many unhappy that 1 should think he ould alwajs want to shine. It is so beautiful to make happiness." Sol began to scowl again, 'they are talking about me." he said, setting be hind the cloud again. I wonder wha: they mean by tatng 1 make many un happy. If I want to scowl, w h can't I, It need not bother any one else 'But It does." hald a Hci cy little cloud that waH waiting pntlentl near him. "I want to tloat about, but I can not so long as you scowl because I should bump Into a big, heay cloud and be Molled Ymi do not stop to think, Sol. how mnn ou mike un llappy when von do not fel like smil ing on the earth " "I am glad ou said that ' said a tar "Hoi will not llatm to iih lie thinks we wink and blink too mm h, but ATTRACTIVE HAIR i Thp KlemcnN Hint Mnk Jlrnutlfulj Hair Found In ParMan Snce. If Miur hair ts not as soft and heaiiU- ful, or .is fresh anil full .is that nf r.oinfj menu wnose n.nr ou iinrmre. noil i give up and think ou ran t heip it Ho what she 1(--. t;ike mm of oiir hair It needs daih attentloun Just a1' much as ot:r plants need watering If your hair Is ton thin make It grow like an oth'r plant If I Is too iln and brittle tolten it up Inlirl site It If I mu have il.inil'Uff It Is lietause, the scalp Is te.. il.t and Hakes off Freshen up the scalp and ilan!rutf will po. Parisian Sago i. ii,v what oii need l 'to make ont s-hIi healthy, siul f ree j I"1"" mnuruu join luir ua. m . Il"" .11111 .IIIIOI'lcl HI j -t a Ilf'-Cnt lntltn nl h,. ilpll'J gists or toilet rnuntei Just pmir a II tie of the liquid om a cloth o- rr"'i;A a'"1 b llghtu ov,.r tlv hair. t.j'Klns -i j small strat.-l :it a time Iti.l. : l'ltle I into the M-ilit lie.-MIHITi n , ,,. .. ,., vo-t a ,rt ,.,,. ,., Youcnnno- N-.lupo ivlh I'n! ! Snee ,et :. lottle tula' '-OMI on ' nel. a V'iKj?-jrvjv,ijv It - i'J I i.ocAi. v.hno ! 8 "The Balkan Cpn'n ra-y." A tin dous s "'t..r..il .l...,a t' wcrld J.MJw, . .g.Ilia.. ...y. 1 WEDNESDAY, MAY -----"------- gsP .wmwwwim fc J nnnnlrrrC rvKl1 .. " M0 M t H " I DOKT UrtOewTAMO Ww arc Jmj7 WONT TAKE an c- J .s s TORIES WWMWWXWWW WWWWWMMMMXW i -- ---- niiiiM SCOWL. w-ITv 3is focz. cfrerr crosier and Crasser it is true he makes us all unhappy when he scowls." "It seems to me that you all have a lot to say about my scowls," said the Sun: "It Is my face: can't I scowl If I want to without everyone talking about It?" "Yes you can, but you do not stop to think, how you upset everything and everybody," said the cloud. "You are like the little children on the earth who get out on the wrong side of the bed some morning without a smile on their face." said a star. "They never stop to think how sad they make their mothers and fathers feel when they do not look pleasant or how unpleasant, every one feels who looks at them, and that Is the way It Is with you, Sol. when you are cross and scowl; you make us sad for the same reason. "The fleecy clouds have to keep still and the earth children are saddest of all because they love to see your bright rays on their earth. They are waiting down there now for you to smile. Do stop scowling. Sol. and make them hap py." "Yes, do please. Sol. smile, and make our earth ihlldren happy," pleaded the little angels. Sol's face began to clear of the scowls. "I did not think I was making so many unhappy," he said; "In fact. I did not think anything about It. I'll smile on jour earth .children, but who Is to tell them about scowling when they do scowl " "We win. saia the little angels; "most of them are good, and I am sure we will whisper lots of nice things to them. Of course, they do not all listen to us, but when they see how unhappy they make others when the scowl they will be glad to smile Just as ou were " "Oh. there they are. there are our earth children." cried the stars and the little angels, "see how happy they all are ' "Well, well who ever would have thought a scowl could have caused so much unhapplners. ' said the sun. "and that a smile could have made so much happiness " Tomorrow's storj, "The Discontented Frog " ( ) r- f N . -rs- ir- Under Government Supervision If you like to save, wish to save, or have to save, join this 32-year-old savings association. We have handled over forty mil lion dollars of savings with safety and profit, and this looks like our best and biggest year. Tay S5 a month for 83 months, or Si 0 a month for 45 months, and then have $500 in a lump. You can save and earn on that basis with any number of monthly dollars from one upward. If another way would suit better, pay in monthly what you can and will, and draw your dividends quarterly. This is less profitable than the other way, but more convenient. You can change from one plan to the other at any time, or save on both plans at the same time. We want steady savers, but there is neither delay nor pen alty in drawing out at any time. All our earnings, less running expenses and a sufficient re serve to make all secure, go in dividends to those who pay in their money; the organization being purely mutual and co-operative, with no outside proprietors, profit-takers, or managers. We have a nice, sociable office, and an interesting and in- I forming pamphlet about ourselves, for those who call or send. Perpetual Building Association 1 1 th and E Streets N. W. 21, 1913. - .-----. nn nn(ninr(JuLru.Jjnr Sp er wmwwwmw nrnriiinrMriirnrrirnfyinrvvrvvvvirniinninfg 1 TULIA 2 5 Cone CM Ml ) SlliMpRsSjP i chawm eeans 1 TjW CAttT & l M Julia Murdock Explains How Illusions Of Moving Picture Shows Are Produced Scenes Shown in One Film May Be Taken Many Hours Apart to Get Right Effect. M OVING picture fans are fully aware of the fact that In some mysterious fashion they are fooled at critical moments. and dummy bodies are substituted for the human beings who seemingly hurl themselves over cliffs! Jump Into smok ing volcanoes, or perform some such other little parlor trick. The people know they are fooled, but they do not know how It is done. In the motion pic ture production of "Quo Vadis," which will shortly be shown In Washington, there Is a scene in which a number of ferocious kings of the Jungle go for ward Into a crowd of cowering men, women, and children. The picture even shows these savage animals later walk ing amidst the mangled bodies of their victims, which strew the floor of the arena. Scenery and other mechanical effects are In a way. real, but it would be quite expensive, not to say illegal, to nave numbers of people mangled and devoured at each rehearsal, yet the ef fect Is perfect in these "Quo Vadis" pic tures. How Massacre Scene Is Worked Out For Films. The lions real lions, too advance within a few feet of the Christians In Twelve Nurses Will Receive Diplomas Twelve nurses will receive diplomas at the graduating exercises of the Gar field Memorial Hospital Training School for nurses this afternoon at 1 o'clock. The exercises will be held at the hos pital. Prayer will be given by the Rev. Abram Simon, nn address by Miss Clara D. Noyes, superintendent of the Training School for Nurses of Belle vue and allied hospitals, of New York, and the presentation of diplomas by Gen. George M. Sternberg. I. S. A., president of the board of directors. The graduates will he presented by H. C. Yarrow, M. D., president of the med ical staft. The gtaduatlng class includes Susan A Paxton. Statesvllle, N C . nrfie D. Keller. Strasburg. Va. Lulu T. Lloyd. South Boston. Va.: Margaret H. Ernes. Lewlston. N. Y.. Ethel C. Doolj. Salt Lake t'ity. I'tah; Mabel Rice. Balti more. Md.; Nannie B Hardy. Russell vllle, Kv.; Helen W Meetze. Washing ton, D. V.; Susan R. Massey. Colonial Beach Va.. Louise T. Mathew. Alex andria. Va : Leola L. Nichol.-i. Bl'ie mont. Va.. and Effie M. Dunbar. Can ton, Pa. - -- -"" -n. tp a firnnrvvyrvvrirfriininonrrvrrvv' URDOCK'5 ES MWMMMMVWWMVWWMMMWAAMAAAMAA' this picture, but Just here the picture is stopped, dummies are substituted for the real live people, the lions are turn ed loose among these inanimate objects, and the taking of the picture proceeds, apparently, without Interruption. The lions used for the scene belong to a party of lion tamers, some of whom were in the group of people who appear In the picture. At the crltIcaImoment. some of the tamers drove the lions forward, while other tamers stood in the group with revolvers with which to frighten the beasts. When the animals came within a few feet of the victims the revolvers were fired, the lions bolted, the camera was stopped and qiuck change from human beings to dummies was made. The tire spectacle In this stupendous production is as artfully managed as the arena scenes. With flames and smoke In the foreground and the panic stricken Romans running hither and thither, the effect of a horrible con flagration Is presented to pcrfecUon. As a matter of fact, with scenery con structed especially for the occasion, and with steam pipes and other mechanical devices, a perfect imitation of a terrible fire is given. Dense clouds of smoke may be macW by different materials, at very little cost, and a minimum of danger. Besides the arrangement of scenery and I7ie substitution of dummies, cut ting films and piecing them together Is one of the ch'ef artifices to which mo tion picture experts resort. In many of the motion picture theaters now free hand sketches by popular cartoonists are being shown on the screen. The hand of the artist seemingly sketches the picture of some comical Invention of his brain with incredible swiftness. It only takes a few seconds for a com plete drawing to appear upon the huge white sheet of paper and the salient point of tho jokes are drawn at the verj lfcst minute. Like rapld-flre mono logue the very swiftness of the creation is humorous. Speed of Films Helps Complete the Illusion. As each moton Is made up out of In numerable Instantaneous pho'osraphs. some of them differing In no appreciable way from the one preceding, the swift unwinding of the film gives the idea of one motion to the eye of the spec tator. Without injuring the continuity of the picture, many of the unneces sary pictures can be cut from the film, apd the ends pieced together, making a complete picture. This process was used in making the "Quo Vadis"' pictures. In the picture You Save 25 per cent better results when -H$!$ssssPlsfiHfiP FsssflsflKlEi sBsssmllasSBBsssssSi 4ssVsflHHBpBHBB WE want to prove how impossible it is to explode a NEW METHOD, how evenly and quickly it bakes, how easily it is kept clean, how convenient are the movable simmering burner, and tho split oven doors. Enamel or Aluminum Dirt Pan and Bo. New Method Hot -Water Heater ABSOLUTELY the best Hot-Water Heater on the market Ideal if you have laundry work done at home. 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