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THE WASHINGTON TDIES, FRIDAY, MAY 15; 1914.
9 Activities Of Societ RETURNS TO SOCIETY (Continued from Eighth Page ) Mrs. Clayton and .Mrs. Beall will be the honor gueMs at a luncheon given bv Mrs. Rufus Ilardx. Mine. Christian Hh.urc will rail to i lorrow on the George Washington to end the summer in Europe Mr?. J. F. StrioMami. who ha: l en trending: a few dajs with her nistcr Mrs Jaik Reall. will leave leave to n.ght for .New York - Dr and Mrs. Stephen Schaeffer Lan d.s. who are visiting Mi. and Mrs. XX"..- lam Iluttcrly at their homo In Thir teenth street, will be the honor guests at a costume dance which Mr. and Mrs. Hutterl are gmng this evening. Di. and Mrs. Landiss were recently married n Pittsburgh, and are now on their wedding trip. Mrs. Landis was Miss (jladya Snyder. Thi1? morning Mrt. Porsey M. Mi Phcrson entertained at a bridge party, followed h luncheon in compliment to Mrs. Landls .j. Mr and .Mrs K. Snead Alvord har yent out invitations to the marriage of their daughter. Katherme. and Ar thur Edward Wills, ensign. L". S. N , the evening of June 6. at the United Stitcs aal Academy chapel. Annapolis Md A reception will follow immediately a'terwaid at 5 Maryland avenue. An napolis. 1'he retiring Naval Attache of the Brazilian Embassy Ind Malame le Aquino left today foi New York and will sail soon for their home. v Mrs. Edwin Stuart Underbill enter tained at bulfet luncheon ycsterda in honor of Mrs. Amos A. Fries. The table was gay with spring flowers, and there -was music during the lunch. The guests numbered about fifty. Mrs. Davenport Brown, who has been visiting her father and mother. Mr. Justice and Mrs. McKcnna, has re turned to her home in Boston. i The marriage of Miss Madeline Edi son, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Thomas A Edison, and John Sloanc. son of Dr. and Mrs. T. O Connor Sloane. will take place the afternoon of June 17. at the borne of tbe bride's parents In West Orange, N. J. The Right Rev. Mgr. James F. Mooney, president of Seton Hall College, South Orange, will offi ciate. When a young man Dr Sloane was a profcf-sor at Seton Hall. Miss Kdison will have as maids of honor her two cousins. Miss Margaret Miller, of Akron., Ohio, and Miss Rachel Mill er, of New York. There will also be six bridesmaids Miss riorence Walton and Mits Elmin Ambrose, of East Orange. MUs Carol Douglas, of Llewel lyn Park Miss Marie Cozzens, of New York, formerly of East Orange. Miss Margaret Gregory, of Montclair. and Miss Elsa Denison. of Denv-er. !V s lV5K''3!-? 8?? . mvHKKF IIljT. iuPfVyj ALEXANDRIA RETIRES "as k'.if 1 on eln -tle will b In Id ' Si ndav atterrmiii Irnm '!. I.l' ie- 11 DUke utrept S. rvii'Ci wl'l lei.. FIVE COUNCUEN New Candidates Defeat Present Incumbents by Narrow Mar gins in Primary. MRS. ELSIE W. GOELET, Formerly Mrs. Robert Goelet, who made her first social appearance yes. tcrday, since her divorce received last winter, in attending a pony show given by Mrs. William J. Clothier, in Philadelphia. Policemen in Favor of National Association Favorable discussion of the organi zation of the Policemen's National As sociation now under wa. and a pro posed death benefit feature, occupie-1 much of the time of the May meeting of the Policemen's Association of the District last night in Pythian Temple Arrangements were completed for the memorial services foi deceased mem bers next Sunda Trip to Fairyland To Be Given Children Tomorrow Children who visit the Kouce of Play, t'JZ M street south. t tomorrow after noon a- o'dotk u, have an or.poi tunitj to take a tup to lain lam The j.Iav will b TI,.. Elfin Mound" which vv m i rMd m Mrs T,mm s and afterward a ted ,rd-i the iieea n the garden Federal Reserve Board To Have Fine Quarters Luxurious office surroundings will fall to members of the new Federal reserve board. Carpenters and plasterers have been bus for weeks in the Treasury Department building. Director of the Mint George E. Rob erts has had to move, and all the of fices between those of Comptroller Wil liams and Secretary McAdoo have been confiscated for the personal use of the new board. The comptroller's office has been elaborately relurnlshed. Old timers about the Capital have never before seen anything like such luxury in the Treas ury Department. ALEXANDRIA. a.. .Mas ii-He members of the city council were de feated for rr-election in the Liiiiiik rati'. inmarv csterda. In soxiiul wards the vote was close, th new candidates defeating the im umbetils !.. iihiiow mai gins In the First waid Alderman Jacob Unll was an easy winner fnr i e-ele Uun, his ol being lb-', while William Camp bell rcceltd is Hiid A. Sldnej Munkin .s, John Lcadbrntcr. incumbent, was icnominated to council b a majority ot 6 over 1. F- Marbury, now the j resi dent of the board of aldermen Horn the Second ward Marhury was slightly m advance of his i uniting mate, Oscar" W. Phillips, and City Councilman Urban Lambert followed In tho rear with 1U vote.. Julian X . Williams, a member of tlift llnaiioe committee and the loader of the progi'S-ives in council, wntt defeated m the Second waid. c. W. W.ittles. a new candidate, received 131 votes. William Desmond, ltin. and Williams, lot. (jeorgr II Robinson defeated R K. Knight tor the board of aldermen by a vole of ' to IK Councilman A l. UrocKetl was re elected from the Third ward, leading the ticket with IM votes. Jamod Hales, umo second, wtli IIS. Thomas Dunbarr was third, with 101 votes, and Councilman Sullivan received SS. Maur ice XX likens was nominated as alderman without opposition, taking the place of ldermau Ogden, who was n t a candi date for re-election. Jn the Fourth ward Charles Bendheitn and Nicholas .1. l-iwier were nominated to count il, the -vote being Rendhelm. IW: Lawlur. J13: Thomas Chaunce, !M. D. Moxley Low, iX). Julian T. Burke, jr , V. Alderman '. J. W. Summers was nominated without opposition. cniiductctl b thi. Rn Pdcni ':ii i.onter. und interment will be ti, Relhel 'emetf rv . Mr.- s-Hrrth r. Claik. clKlit -ev.-n. ' vvell-Knovvn lesideiit .. Lorton. died estonhiv .itieriinnn ur runvul will I'f li-'d .-undii. Mexai.dna tlelegatcs to the .Mate venlimi of the Odd Felloes returned ho. n.- vetcrda c. w. o'Mcaia of this cit. was appointed grand herald In the circuit court toda. Judge J l T Thin nlon granted a divorce to Mrs t'ordva Cruzan rrom her husband. illiam Cruzan The Alexandria Hospital fund Rained $1" vt-htcrdu. and Is now near the Ji-'.OO.j mark. SERVED WITH SCOTT IN TOWN John Cunningham Observes His Ninety-oFurth Birthday at the Soldiers' Home. Robert Klliott. a well-known real es tate dealer, was glcn a hearing bv Pollen Ji'stico Caton today on the charge of violating the traffic ordi nances, his automobiU- having run over Ebna Schacklctt. a small white bo . last Monduy. The testimony showed that Elliott was on the wrong bido of the street with his machine, but thfat he had driven h!s car there to avoid the accident which mbsequently followed. Justice Caton dismissed the charge. The funeral of William Bright, who Tries to Sell Mileage; Lands in Station Cell Accused of having robbed the ticket brokerage ofhee of Fred Habel, in Win chester. Va., of about $30 and eight partly-used mileage books valued at $4f. a man who calls himself John Pierce, but who refuses to give his ad dress is held here as a. fugitive from justice. Pierc was arrested by Central Offlre Detective Burlingame after attempting to dispone of mileage books at Habel's Wai-hington office In the National Hotel. HabcI says ho immediately recognized the numbers as corresponding t those taken from his Winchester office. Grotto Plans Special Train for Convention The "Richmond Special,'' which will carrv nioro than COO Masons to the Vir ginia capital to attend the annual con vention of the supreme council of the M.tic Order of Veiled Trophcts or tho Enchanted Realm. June S to n, will bi airangfd by members of Kallipolis Grotto at th erfmonial ser'ion in the NVw Villard net Tuesdav nilu Tho meeting m the WilWrd v ill be the last rerenuinial until September and all who cioss the bunilnf sands l.v ,-ain-Wh pr phs Tuesday night will be per mitted to Him the caravan to Pich mnnd. ?as (Jeorgo h Cmmons r su perintendent of the Richmond special PUT SULPHUR ON T ECZEMA Says this old-time Eczema remedy is applied like cold cream. Obituaries MARY K. CRAWFORD, at 101S I strict northwest, yesterday. MARGARKT V. KRNST." on Wednes day. MRS. FRANCKP RARBOL'R KW1NG. at 1S1K Seventeenth htreet noithwest, ycMi i day. MATILDA McFARIAND. at .Til? Mor riy.ir. street northwest. Chevy Chase, ycslerdaj. I-Ll.ABliTH CASBT at '.51 Sherman avtnue northwest. Wednesday R P. BLCKJSTONi:. Ht Rivers Springs, St. Marv count,v, Md , "1 ues- liv. Funerals Kllzabeth Casey, from William S. Rlky's funeral parlorc. -lift Second street southeast. 9 a. m.. this morning. Inter ment at Mt Olivet. Mary K. Crawford, from 1019 1 street noithwest. S:30 a. in. vjmonow. Margaret V Ernst, from Memorial IJ. B. Church. North Capitol and R sticets. 3 p m. tomorrow, interment private. Mrs Frances Barbour Kwlng. funeral I-rivrte Interment at Petersburg, Va. No one In Washington Is taking more Interest in the war news than John Cunningham, a etaran of the Mexican war oC 1S47. who today is celebrating hn ninety-fourth birthday anniversary o.i thi: sunny porch of the hospital ward of the Soldiers' Home. He was with Scott's army, serving with Battery L. of the Fourth Artillery. A native of Ireland, born May 15, 1S3), Mr. Cunningham still possesses the genuine Irish wit. His memory Is ex ceptionally good and. although he has b?en taken to the hospital ward of the home, where his extreme age can rc ce ve the best attention, he is able to go about much. Fire Loss Is $100. Firo pbout 1 o'clock this morning did $100 dainngo to th home of Arthur S. Field. 3V;7 Lowell sti-rt northwest. The bU-.e was caused by an ocrhcated liroplacc. "Foot Form" Boots and Ox fords, for men and women, priced, according to ( A style, up from EDMONSTON&CO.,1334FSt. mssssssKSttfflntttttttttntfflgsma n Fat 10th KAFKA'S Fat 10th K TOMORROW Mothers' Day It pays lo bu apparel for young folks at this shop, where the most tempting values prevail. Children's Drawers, all sizes Rompers, all sizes Girls' Dresses. 2 to 6 years An irritation or breaking out on the face. arms, logs or bodv when accom panied bv iti hlng. .i when the in I , dry and feverish, can be readily over come by applying a little bold-sulphur cream says a noted dermatologist He states that bold-sulphur instant ' allajs the ar.gry if Inn.: and irrita tion and boothes and heals the Kczema right up, leaving the skin ilenr and bmooth. Bold-sulphur r.as onupied a secure position for manv -ar.s in the treatment of cutaneouH dit-ordeis lo calise of Its para "it-dPhtpov trig pr.ip ert. Nothing has ever lien found .o take ito nlaie in treating the irritabl and intianiniatorv ."km affei tions While not always establishing a pcrmaiu-nt cure, it n.-i falls to stibduf the i. h ing irritation and drive the IZizem.i away. i.d it often year- '.it'i h. f. i any .nip " again air,.i-aty nn tiir ahin Tho-e troubled should obtain at at.v nharmacv an ouin ' of bold-Milpl.ur cream, whi'h Is applied to the 1c.- .1 parts in the same manner ij . 1 ordi nary told cream Advt A Store Full of Wedding, Birthday and Graduation Gifts Select Now We illustrate only a few of the hundreds ot beautiful gifts here in -Jewelry, Silverware, and Watches. Prices are moderate and our term make buying a simple matter. Pay only fifty cents a week for purchases to $25 ii fP s5vH5ijyjvgg)ja W t I a. a large assortment of b. a if 1. 1 Gold Bracelets in man' aitra tir ! ign- -if "' i 1 prt.. iaes. QfT an. I up. .".Or n rverk. Solid Gold s g net I. ,!,$.,. m n if d e s I k n a a n d ha pes f.ii mono Kian. free " n -gia ving. S10 5tc n nrrlv Girls' Dresses, 6 to 14 years. .. 10c 25c 44c 89c Boy:' Wash Suib. S 1.95 and... Spring Coats, 2 to 6 years... .'r$i.oo $3.95 $1.00 u Hats for boys and girls ".. Ideal Drawer OQr Waists, all sizes JL Confirmation Dresses, Graduation Dresses, P A A all sizes, dainty styles 4 J .UU f KAFKA'S ? ! 44 Fat 10th Consult Me Today! It mere is the slightest sign ot decay or pain in your teeth, consult me immediately. I am a SPECIALIST and all m work ii absolutely guaranteed. No matter how difficult or delicate the operation, my methods are absolutely painless. Remem ber, my "work is of the highest quality, my charge:- are low. and 1 guarantee all work t give lasting satisfaction. Examination Free Fillings in Gold, Silver, Platinum &CA . dM DW lu $1 t- t '-at S5 "" mB&Wn ES?5M) 50c rrk. ITOYnFl jrvj TlTlfX ' a ie- PliPlr $7 V)c n eek. .fd t 'i - r s in an si. Pli I" IliiSt alert (T.0 Mil- (I MCCl 1 o U arn s n n jiner Oub d ei v . a .d r ,, 11 jtiatrd S7 ?0 n nrplt. ASTELjEBB J rt"h or rH phlir 1 llH $io H ?ffraTOpk bea.itif r a i f B sis msM ., : $20 i ! r' " i Easy Payments Arranged If Desired Porcelain My Patent Suction Teeth, $5 W ill Not Slip or Drop Gold Crowns and Bridge Work $3, $4 and $5 I Dr. W YETH USE? 427-429 7th Street N. W. open Kcrjr l.trnluc. Ilotira. s . m. ! h p. m. Minday tlnora. 10 lo 4. Opp. Lanahurch .t Hro. Over Rraod I nlon I'm to. Larseat mai Moat ThornuKbly l-qulpprd I'arlora In U aohlUKtnii. . ......In lnilUl Vl.v It.. MnH.. II. 'I' lfc...... .iii.......... f -- ..- ... ..-..uuii.-. - a e ianv a a Re -toe k of Attn' an 1 l.rfilip,' ,ol.j t, hes ". it I rtlll'.'i-ri iril y Ism raovfin' 1 II ln-Wrflerl s 1 1 lint ins .ii .i a' Titl. n rrk DEAF? DEAF? DEAF? The World Famous "ACOUSTICON" 1 heliiK ilrmiinalmlrd nl mir ifn.- (nllv, ami , r luvllr iou In rail ami li tierkiiniil Ir'l xnll"f voiirarlf Hint tin- uir ..f 111 U Utile inlriinieiil iiK-nns nlionlulr relief fim "' annonnT of liiipnlrril lirarlna. It In iih lo nae inn) entirely iiu-iilipl-inu. I cm ll In- iiiNtnutl.o iiilJllMteil m lh- n.-.il .if the iiiJ.fr. Ilriiiniiatrntlmi In juur own hiiinr If dralrfil. u itiiil l,r antlanfil "ill" llie inl ruiiien I lirfnrr uu purrhno-. No mailer vvlml imi time Irlril in Hir piial. ir "hill j m )lrr nulna no". Ir.i the Mill s'l'H ti nl oner, nnil enjiij ntnhi Hie niltimlncrj. of COIMI lli:lt IM,. II., il pill IliN off; lenrn nil nlmiit Hie ' s'l'H i n, l,;ii It "III .lo ror Mm M' I HrliiB lit- nil "llth .nut, anil Jink to rr Hie in olriiineiii Hint la reeoKiilril n a mtniiilanl Hie "nrld mrr! GENERAL ACOUSTIC COMPANY 402-3 Evam Building 142J New York Ave. N. W. LEGISLATURE SPLIT ON STRIKE EXPENSE Two Houses at Denver Are Deadlocked Over $1,000, 000 for Pay of Militia. DENVER. Jtay lo.-With the two houses at loggerheads over th bill j proprlatlnp n.000.000 for mllltU zpu in tho recent strike, tho pecl4l aesalon of tho Colorado legislature in expected to adjourn late today. The house bill prohibits the payment of any militia men who were mlno guards before they Joined the military body. The senate measure provides for the pay ment of all members of the nation! guard. Each house demands passage of its own measure. " Federal troops In the Trinidad dis trict were rigidly enforcing Secretary of War Garrison's order that no strike breakers be permitted to work in the mines unless they were employed bo- fore the strike began. Tho court martial of officers and men who par ticipated in the battle of Ludlow con tinued today. Probation Officer Hands Resignation to Latimer Miss Jean King, probation officer of the Juvenile Court of the District, handed In her resignation to Judge Latimer today. Miss King has been In III health for some time, and she Is Riv ing up work now In order to thoroughly recuperate during the summer. She in tends to take up probate duty In the fall either here or In another city. ittiiiiiitiiitttieifi fS&YtyFlQffFltafr'AUls j I Beauty and Personality! LOCAL MENTION Gre-at! Soft Shell Crabs. F F V, 1008 Pa. ava. iJiiii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 i'l Girls and woman of all ages want to bo charming, beautiful, and attractive it's their blrthrluht-but stringy, thin and lifeless hair destroys half the beauty of a pretty face. If your hair Is not beautiful, is falling out. streaky, full of dandruff, too dry. or If the scalp Itches and burns, use Parisian Sage. Rub it well Into the scalp. It will go-right to the hair roots, nourish them, and stimulate the hair to prow strong and luxuriant. Parisian Sage removes dandruff with one appli cation and cleanses the hair of dirt, dust and excessive oil. It will cool and, invigorate the scalp and make the hair doubly boautiful. Parisian Sage is a scientifically made preparation that givss the hair Just what Is needed to make it soft, fluffy thick and gloriously radiant. It Is deli cately perfumed; is Inexpensive, and can he had at all dru and toilet counters or from O'Donnell'a Drug Store. Advt. 16-button White Cotton Gloves, Spe cial Saturday, 25c pair. Main Floor. Glove Section. Store Hours: Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. WM Oldest Department MVNt4M.AAMkAAaW Store in Washington 7 Cakes Ivory Soap, Special Saturday, Only 25c. Main Floor. Toilet Articles. MWWaAAMiAAAA.MBa! Here's a Real Sensation in I L 1 ' T5? W, A A SILK WAISTS Regular Value $2, Choice $1.17 Just 200 were in the lot. and to close these out in a harry the maker sacrificed profit, and made the price so we can say $1.17. Made of heavy quality white China silk with quaint, but attractive fig ured and floral designs in dainty colorings, kimono sleeves, finished at neck with white lawn collar or collar of self material and tango cord. All sices, 34 to 44, when the sale starts at 9 a. m. Saturday. Horr aooa. can j-ou be heref Main Floor Bargain Tables. 25 STYLES IN LINGERIE Waists to Sell at $1.95 W have the prettiest and most varied assortment of Lingerie Waists to be found in "Washington. More than 25 styles, many copies from higher priced models, and shown only here. Find out for yourself tomorrow how attractive these $1,95 Lingerie Waists are. 2nd floor waist section. Knit Underwear That You Really Need Now WOMEN'S RIBBED COSrBINA TION'S. with tight knee or lace trimmed styles. Good value at 50c. Special Saturday only AOn at 1SC WOMEN'S RIBBED COMBINA TIONS, choice of tight-knee or lace-trimmed. Good 39c val- QOn uc. Special tomorrow at 0t WOMEN'S VESTS with fancy fionts. that usually sell at IQp 2oc. Special tomorrow only.. X17C Main Flooi Knit Underwear. "Jut like Mother's" Are These LUXOR REVERSIBLE DRESSES For Small Tots These dresses are a boon to mothers, because if one .side of the dress becomes soiled, simply re verse and you have a clean frock for the child. Made of neat figured percale, trimmed in piping, and rovers faced with solid color material to match, can be worn high or low neck, and adjusted to fit any size waist. They slip on and off like a coat. Sizs 3 to 6 years, and the price Saturday Qttn oaly OtJU Little Tata Boaatit In bloomer or beach styles in white madras and gingham, sizes 2 to 6 CTIn years, and offered at eHIC 'White PK Coats, box or cape styles, fastened with pearl buttons, and offered special CJ1 nr 3rd floor Infants "Wearables. Bring the Young Daughter Tomorrow FOR A NEW COAT OR FROCK At intervals during the reason, and especially at girl Is an absolute necessity. We offer tomorrow an Girls' Coats at $2.69 That Are Worth $7.50 to $10 Just 35 of thes coats left, and to affect a quick clean-up tomorrow the low price of $2.69 is named. Choose from black-and-white shepherd checks, plain blu. serges and fancj mixtures. shawl or notch collHrs. kimono sleeves; all sizes. 6 to H, in the lot, but not in any one style. sea-shore or mountain resorts, a coat for the young' excellent chance to snpply this need in the offering ot; Girls' Dresses, $1.95 j Values Up to $5 Many sample Dresses included. Materials are fine voiles and French lawns, long walsted styles, many with fronts of lace or embroidery, round or square neck, tucked, lace or embroidery belts, raostl? short sleeves, and some with skirts trimmed In lace;, others with all-over embroidery skirts. All sizes. & to 14 in the lot. but not in any one style. Second Floor Girls' Apparel. . si.i..ii..wi.. m i f "I Sacrifice Sale of BOYS' SUITS $3.98 Values Up to $6.50 We have not all sizes in any one style of these Boys' Suits, hence the reduced price tomorrow to close all out in a day. Choice of All-wool Cassimere and Blue Serge Suits, Norfolk and Balkan models, with full knickerbocker trousers; all sizes 6 to 17 in the lot. Some of the Cassimere Suits have two pairs of pants, and you can choose with vour eyes shut, and yet secure a bargain extraordinary. Third floor. Boys' Suits. Attractive Offerings in HOSIERY W e have a reputation for selling good-wearing Hosiery, and we al ways maintain high qualities, while quoting the lowest jo-lces. WOMEN'S SELK HOSIERY in a good range of colors: lisle heel and toe and garter top: a good-wearing stocking, offered special to- JO morrow at, a pair DOl WOMEN'S HOOT SELK HOSIERY, "silk where it shows, lisle where the wear is greatest;" black and colors. Special sale price, a A j WOMEN'S LISLE HOSIERY In black, white and" tan. excellent quality, and especially suitable for summer wear. Special, a OOz WOMEN'S WHITE LISLE STOCK INGS, with clocking at sides, in black, white, or colors: something new, and offered at, a no. pair UOC CHILDREN'S RIBBED STOCK INGS, black, white, and tan. re-en-forcud heel and toe, guod 25c val ue Special tomorrow, a "IQ CHrLDniJN's "and" "infants SOX. in all th different color com binations, dainty and cool looking. Special value at. a ) pair bUC Main Floor Hf siery Section. Something New LUSTRE CLOTH PETTICOATS 98c .-plfndid light-weight lVtti iat in.ide of lustre-cloth, and "h-.wn in a ariety of colors and Tii'i'meil nith pleatod flounce, utlie,, with two narrow ruffles. : nil choice of either style Satur ij, ;i!i. Third Floor Petticoats rij.s.sii:kl' -ousi:'i cox - l"l:S. trimmed with ln- an I iibimn Special val le 00 md -,ipiiil.i at Thim Floor- "nilcrmuslin Save Money On Your Sun Protector ood $3.5oer Parasols for $2 We were delighted when we heard that our offer for these splendid, stylish Para sols had been accepted Beautiful stjles included. Covers of all-silk taffeta. In all the most popular plain i-olors. also blaik-and-white stripes with plain taffeta, or fancy ribbon bordeis. all the nen shape. Iiu-ltiding the i.inopj top. boll and In I.a. 'inched with " or 10 Kilt ribs These parasols are fin ished with the Ions '"Ia k stick, topped off uitli Knoli handle?, or natural carwd Mime in i olors to match Ih. imrn.sol .oer. You Mill he glad to own such pretn para-sol at such n low prlte only two dollars' Main Flooi Parasol Sec Ion LS-