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THE WASHINGTON TIDIES.1 WfeDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24: 1915.
MMKJKMKtoA.-- t't.a News and MRS. WXL.MA'M JENNINGS BRYAN was the guest of honor at a buffet luncheon to day given by Mrs. William A. Jones, wife of Congressman Jones of Virginia. The drawing room was deco rated with tall vases of American Beau ties and Richmond roses, white spring blossoms, lilacs, narcissus and freesla were used In the reception hall, while in the dining room the color scheme was pink, with Klllarncy roses used on the table and banking mantleplece. There was music by a stringed orches tra durlntr the luncheon, nnd Mr. Stevens, tenor soloist; of St. Thomas' Church, gave a number of solos. Mrs. Jones received her guests wear ing a gown of black velvet and point lace, with which she wore dl'-yond or naments and a corsage bouci,-i of or chids. Miss Anne Seymour Jones, who assisted her mother, was gowned In ap ricot charmeuse, with an overdress of chiffon edged with fur; and their house guest. Miss Elizabeth Hurt, of Char lottesville, Va., wore blue charmeuse with shadow lace and pearls. Mrs. Jones was assisted by Mrs. Jo- scphtis N Daniels, Mis. Joseph Kucker Lamar, Mrs. George Harriott, Mrs. Mar- cue Benjamin, Mrs. E. B. Latham, and Mrs. A. J. Montague. Among thtf guests were Mrs. Thomas lllley Marshall, Mrs. David Franklin Houston, Mrs. Thomas Watt Uregoiy. Mrs. LI nil ley M. Garrison, Mrs. Harry Covington, Mrs. Robert Lansing, Mrs. John W. Foster, Mrs. James Brown Scott, Mrs. Absalom Wallet, Mrs. Thomas Dunn, Mrs. G. W. Falrchllii, Mrs. FVancls S. Nash, Mrs. Charles W. Richardson, Mrs. Allies Polndcxter, alias Flora Wilson, Mrs. Marlon Butler, Mrs. Carl Smith, Mrs. Thomas P. Gore, Mrs. John F. Shaft oth, Mrs. Atlee Pomerene, Mrs. Hannls Taylor, Mrs. Thomas H. Anderson, Mrs. Bo Swcfney, Mrs. Wll- Ham Burr Harrison, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. i OUle James, Mrs. Matthew T. Scott, Mrs. J. Willard Ragsdalc, Miss Mary Temple, Mrs. Porter J. McCumber, Mrs. John .Speel, Mrs. Carl Vrooman. Mrs. Yvon Pike, Mrs. J. Hamilton Lewis, Mls3 Mary Waller, Mrs. Arthur Brlce, Mrs. II. L. Rust. Mrs. Edward T. Ta lor, Mrs. Doisey W. Shaekleford, and Mrs. Lemuel Padgett. - - Today was "book day" at the Con cessional Club. A buffet luncheon was t served at 12:10 o'clock, after which books were presented to the club by the various State delegations. The volumes were chosen wherever possible from the v0rk3 of authors native to the State represented, and the presenta tions were made the occasion of original . and clever remarks. The entertainment was .informal, only members of the club being present, and thcio was no leceptlon committee. The decorations' were carried out in Jonquils and ferns. An enthusiastic audience gathered yesterday afternoon for tho last Phila delphia Orchestra concert of the sea son nt the National Theater. Mme. Jtiano. Mme. Ekengren, Mrs. Hugh L. Scott, Mrs. Demlng-Jarvls, Mrs. Harriet Blaine Beale; and Mme. Slgmund Krels ler were the' 'guests of Mrs. William Jennings Bryan in -her box. Mrs. WiH nid Saulsbury, In her box, entertained Mis. David F.' Houston, Col. and Mrs. Charles C. Walcutt, Mrs. Richards, and Mrs. Bruce Ford, of Chestnut Hill, Pa. Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh had a box party, including Mrs. Thomas R. Mar shall, Mis. John Shafroth. Mrs. David Jayne Hill, and Mrs. Thomas Richard son. The German Ambassador, the Austro-Hungarian Ambassador, and Mrs. Richard Townsend were among x the guests In Mme. Hauge's box. Mrs. "Marshall Field had among her guests Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Townsend and Lieut. Lawrence Townsend, U. S. N. Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. R. R. Hltt were among the guests of General and Mrs. Crozlcr. in their box. In Mrs. Jteyburn's box were Miss Klcanor Rcy burn. Mrs. William Reyburn, Mrs. Buckncr Randolph, and Gen. Robert Shaw Oliver. Mrs. Calderon Carlisle's guests included Mrs. Mahlon Pitney and Mr. Bruce Howe. Among others in the audience were the Italian am bassador, Mrs Franklin K. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Caspar Miller, Mrs. Nicholas Anderson, larz Anderson, Mr. 'and Mrs. George Eustls, accompanied by the Belgian Minister and Mme. Have- tnlth; Mrs. Henry Cabot Lodge, Mis. '.George Cabot Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ar- .nolrl Hague, Mrs. Hunt Slater. General and Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. George Stern berg. Mrs. Thomas T. Gaff, Miss Elliott, the Misses Sheridan. Miss Elizabeth Kent, Miss Frances Noyes, Mrs. Thomas Blagden, William Phillips, Mrs. James Harlan, Mrs. John W. Dwlght, Mrs. Edward Mitchell, Mrs S. B. William son, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Heurlch, Miss Keyser. the Rev. and Mrs. Ward Denys, Mrs. Thomas Carter, and Mrs. Joseph K. Thropp. .j, i Before the concert Mrs. Marshall Field entertained at luncheon Leopold Mokov.skl, leadci of the orchestra, Madame Stokowskl, Mr. and Mrs. An drew Wheeler, Mi. and Mrs. A. J. Dal las. Mrs. W. H. Donner. Mrs. Harry G. 'lhaycr, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Draus. G. H. Norrls, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edmunds, all directors of tho .Philadelphia Orchestra, and a number of Washington friends. Minister from Uruguay and Mme. de Pena will entertain about 4(0 quests at a. leceptlon tonight complimentary to Dr. 'Juan Carlos Blanco, special icp resentatlve of Uruguay. - Mrs. Henry F. Dimock will be the . guest of honor at a luncheon whleh will ' b given by Mrs. Charles W. RIchaid pon at her country home, In Grant road, next Friday afternoon, Ethel Norils Is entertaining at bridge this afternoon In her apartment, at 1127 Sixteenth street. The guests aie Miss Nancy Gordon Jonea. Miss Naucv Jones, Miss Laura Delano, Miss Ruth Larner. Miss Margaret Lamer. Miss Martha BIrney, Mrs Moirls Shepard. Mrs. Camp Stanley, Miss Margaret Hast ings, of Elizabeth, X. J.: Sirs. Theo dora Thurlow Gordon, nnd Mrs. Chailes Nelson Rlker. A few additional guests have been asked for tea at 5 o'clock. Iady Hllllngton loses decorate the tea V table and the prizes are l harming Lib erty picture frames -.J.Mrs. Edwin T. Pollock, wife of Com mander Pollock. lT. S N Is entertain ing a bridge pat ty of four tables this afternoon. Additional gtiots have been asked for tea. Mrs. Charles A. Culberson, wife of Senator Culberson of Texas, and her f Constant Stooping Over a Desk Cramps the muscles of the eye, just as you would cramp your leg muscles if you sat with your foot twisted un der ou all day. A pair of rest glasses will case this strain. We make no charge for ex amination. CIammcs im lonr 91.00. Roe Fulkerson OPTICIAN. 1407 F Street N. W. Opposite Willard Hotel. J n5 Gossip of Washington Society and Social Events Visiting In mi af aT-Jfcj K ' t.iIt'tf''- 'P"Ibbbbbbbs bbb&4XbbbHbHb- AMflMlB-JJt: & A ? .vtbbbbbb MISS MILDRED NORTH. Miss Mildred North, of Providence, R. I., who has been the guest for some weeks of Capt. and Mis Edward W. Eberle at the Navy Yard, has been con sisti r, Mrs. Sehluter. will entertain at luncheon on Saturday In honoi of Mis. Thnmjl Wf Civ rron- Thomas Watt Gr. goiy. - A benefit card party and ten will ie held this afternoon at Mrs. Robert T. Lincoln's residence, 1775 X street, under the auspices of the As sociation of the District of Columbia Op posed to Woman's Suffrage. Caids will begin at 3 o'clock and will bo followed at 5 o'clock by dancing and music. A committee of girls has been -elected to sell programs at the presentation of Edw In F. Curtis' Indian photodrama, "In the Land of the Head Hunters," at the Bclasco Theater on Thursdav and Flldav afternoons. Mrs. Ellphalet F. Andtews will head the committee, which will Include Miss Franclse Williams, Miss Mary Lord Andrews, Miss Frances M0010. Miss Helen WaUott. Miss Gladys Hinckley. Miss Julia Whltinsr. Miss Re becca Wllmer, Miss Ruth Wilson. Miss uicnuuiv .iiuiKan, .iimo nuii,t, lilt Misses de Pena, Miss Adelaide Heath. Miss Marian Van Burcn, Miss Hender son. Miss Helen Elliott, and Miss Madge Stokes. The girls will wear tosettes made rf the national colors, and the iloor com mittee of men will likewise wear the same insignia. -- Teas and At Homes. Mrs. David Jayne Hill will receive In formally, this afternoon. Mrs. Francis l Warren and Mrs. James R Mann will J do the honors at the tea table. Mrs. Willard K. Saulsbury will be at home tomorrow afternoon for the last time this season. -- Mrs. Charles D. Fowler will be hostess at a tea this afternoon at her apartment in the Rochambeau given In compliment to her house guest, Miss Sarah Welsh, of Philadelphia. Miss Welsh, who Is a niece of Mrs. Fowler, has been the guest of another aunt, Mi. Thomas Casey, wife of Colonel Cascv. Assisting Mrs. Fowler will be Mrs. W. 3fo WANDERBILT Qfortij'Jourtfi tfSrcet cast aZcSarkoAimi NEW YORK CITY An Ideal Hotel with an Ideal Situation WALTON H. MARSHALL. ManMr M BRIGHTON Hotel Apartments. California St. Near Conn. Ave. Furnished and unfurnished apartments by the day, month, six months, and ear.' Asaerlcan and European Cafe. r. E. SWEET, Proprietor The New Willard MUSIC) 1'.':ir to 2::i(, ,1 lu (I, li:il) to i mo, it io i"::m. Moor DnvU anil hU Orchestra. Wj9 the Capital stantly feted duiing her stav In Wash ington, and last week Mrs. Ebcilo gave a tea da nee In her honor that was one of the most attractive parties of the season. I. Chambers, Mrs. Thomas Casey, Mrs. 1 William Woodward. Mis Agnes Ciitn- . . . . . nuns and Mis. John van Rensselaer. - - Personals. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. nn Kolnltz, of Charleston. S. Q., and Mis. John C. C. Maso, of Kentucky, are recent arrivals at the Xew Wlllaid. The military attache of the German embassy. Captain von Papen, who has heen traveling for some time, arrived at the Shorcham yesterday, where he Our Immense Printing Plant Is at Your Service . We occupy 15,000 square feet of floor space. Our plant includes two Lanston keyboards and two casters, five of the latest type improved Mergenthaler linotype ma chines, six-cylinder presses capable of printing four colors, and a complete bindery equipment with automatic folding ma chines and stitching machines. Thus we are able to give you far better service than any other local establishment. Yet it costs no more than the out-of-town plants ask the volume of our business gives you me ueneui 01 inis maicmess equipment. We ask no favors because it is to Estimates cheerfully furnished. National Capital Press (Inc.) PRINTERS 32 511 Eleventh St. N.W. will remain for sonte time. He Is ac companied by O. Mnhlow. - -Miss Valeric Padclford will go to Atlantic City next week to make a lengthy stay. Miss Uicy P, White, of Vlrglnln. and Mr. and Mrs. D. T. lockwood, of Jer sey City, ate at the Shorcham. ! Capt. J. T. Selecman nnd family arc the guests of his brother, Gcorgi D. Selecman, at his residence, 337 C street. Mr. and Mrs. Beale R. Howard ie turned to Washington this niotnlng from Atlantic City, whero they Bpent the last week. Nicholas Vachel Llndsey Is expected to arrive in, Washington this evening or tomorrow to be the guest of Assist-! ant secretary or Agriculture ana juts. Carl Vrooman. Mr. Llndsey has been visiting at the University of Pennsyl vania. -.J.Mrs. Lawrence Ilcnet, of Pails, for merly Miss Margaret Cox, of this city, spoke this morning before a number of women in the parish hall of St. John's Church aboutthe work of the American Hospital In Paris. Mr. Benet li a di rector of the hospital and Mrs. Benet Is a volunteer nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Benet are spending the week with Alexander I,egnrr. Dinners and Dances. Dr. Juan'Cnrlos Blanco, representa of Uruguay to the Panama-Paclflc Ex position, and who Is' here also to re turn the lslt of .Senator Ellhu Root, made to Mmp.uny bcvcii yenrs ago, while he was Secretary of State, was the honor guest at the dinner given last night by the Secrctniy of Htnto. William Jennings Bryan. The guests Included tho Aigcntlnc ambassador, the minister of Uruguay, the Llollvlan minister, Sen ator Root, HeeretTry of the Treasniy Mi'Adon, Secretaiy of Ijjbnr Wilson, Congressman lleniy p. I'lood. 'ongio.N- iiuin Llntlilciun, foiigreHsman Aluc. and Congressman Montague. Counselor Robert Lansing. W. I'. G. Hording. lhi Assistant Secrotan of Stnte, the Flrsi Assistant Seetntaiv of Stale, the Thlid AFsistunt Secretaiy of State, the A slstant Secretary of War, the Assistant Secretary of Agikullure, the Asslstiul Secretary of the Interim, John Barrett. Major William llelmke. Capt. Powell Clijton, ineilenn aid to Dr. Bli'tioo, and SiMior H11010 and Senor Unicla Maique, aids to Di. Ulanco, Hugo de Pena, I'rugunxnn Urst si'cictnr. Jn H'ph '" Davles. IJon . Davis, Robett F. Roe. William P.. Fleming, Dr .1. Brov 11 Stntt. Di. Chnrlen Henry B'ltlei, I.lllott Goodwin, ''hailes C. Smith, and Clchard iZ Pennovei The Assistant Secretar.v of Agriculture and Mrs Carl ruom.in will enteitaln nt dinner tonight In honor f the Attorney General nnd Jlrs. Thomas att Gregoiy The Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. I.ane will De tne guests or lioiioi at a dinner which "Mr. and Mrs Vrooman will give on the evening of March 10. "Justice and Mrs Joseph R Lamar will give a dlnnei on the evening of March r, The AssistaiM Seiretarv of Stnte and entertain at IHI. Mrs. William Philips will dinner next Friday night. The Councilor of the State Depart ment and Mis. Robert Lansing will be dinner hosts on Mondnv evening. The Vhe President and Mis Thomas R. Mai shall will be the quests of honor George Barnett. commandant of the Marine Corps, nnd Mis. Bennett will clve a dinnei tomonovv night in compliment to the Secictnry of the Xavy and Mis. "Daniels. The Attorney General and Mrs Thom as w. Gregory will entertain at dinner Saturday night. The dinner which the Assistant See retarv of the Interior anil Mis. Andreas INLY the v ernment ing Uthce can boast of a larger equipped plant than ours. Just think what this means to you! Better ter service at no extra cost, give us your prmu'ng your interest to do so. -v, ! . '. (.3$L v Lrw m t V: kSi Jones weie to have given Inst night In honor of the Secretary of the .Interior nnd Mrs. Iuio has been postponed until Match 9. The Secretary Is In California. Lleul. and Mrs. Charles Mlnnlgcrodn Mnlgne will be among the dinner hosts nt the Army and Navy Club tomorrow night before the weekly dance. J... Those entertaining at dinner tonight at the Chew Chase Club Include Mr. and Mrs. E. Norval Fortson, Dr. Lcland E. Cofer, Mis. C. M. Lock wood, Com mander and Mrs. Henrv A. Wiley. Capt. Jullnn L. Schley and Mr. nnd Mrs. Beale Howard. A number of Informal parties have been ni ranged for the supper dance glvoji this evening In the bnfl room of tho New ?,1, Wlllanf. Exhibition dancing by Miss Joan Sawyer, of New York, will bo one of the many attractive features. - - Mr. and Mrs. Preston Gibson were hosts at dinner last evening entertaining a few of their rloso friends In honor of the sixth anniversary of their wedding, which was one of the brilliant events of the season and took place nt the home 1 f Mrs. James McMillan, Mrs. Gibson's grandmother. Mr. and Mis. Gibson havp taken a cottMge at Newport, where they expect to go for the coming season. - - Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Hamlin will be among the dinner hosbs of the even ing. I , Says Plurality of Wives Maintains Family Peace CINCINNATI, Feb. 24. George H. iBrlmhall, president of the Brlgham Young Co-cducatlonal University, of Utah, a delegate to the National Educa tional Association in session here, came out In favor of polygamy for the ad vancement of the race. In nn address, he declared that "strict neutiallty in the family, ai promoted by a plurality of wives, maintains pence In the family of a many-wlvcd husband, while a singularity of wives moio often causes family discord and divorce." Dutch Seize Vessel With (Copper Aboard ROTTKRDAM, Feb. 24 -The Dutch authorities today sclicd the merchant ship Ilanna following the discovery of 3.nnn pounds of copper hidden among Hih cargo of phosphates. It Is charged nn attempt was being made to smuggle the metal Into Germany. When Mrs C. 11. Dunkel. of 33 Linden I street, . Reading. Pa,, was asked why I sll lO0K rainer .101111 s .ncnituic ior uvr . .. ,,., ,.... -.. r I cough, she replied, "It was recommend ed by my doctoi." The same question was asked and a similar answer re turned by the following: Mrs. A. E. llixon, SO Larkln street, Bangor, Me.; Henry F Vlllct. 25 Crown street. Mer Iden, ("onn.; Frank Poff, Hallam. Pa.; Chailes L. Biown. Inline. 111., as well as a great manj others. I'hjHlclans, hospitals and other insti tutions endorse Father John's Medicine hecaiise they know of Jts history and value. It Is best for colds, coughs, and throat and lung troubles and It maRes flesh and strength. Fiee from alcohol and poison ous drug". Advt. Gov - Print and better work and bet sM ?, v V.-v, Efl h . One of our monotype IlldcllillW ft 88olf Moofcwarfc XotbroplUl 1 915 JTl, Ncio Yorh WASHINOTON-Parfa. JJll J This Is Our 35th Anniversary Week. In Variety of Merchandise, Number of Assortments and Remarkable Values This Anni versary Sale Claims Precedence Over All Others. Rare Price Saving Obtain On All Merchandise Represented, and It Is All Seasonable and Desirable in Every Way. Men's Walking Gloves Anniversary price, $1.28 pair. Regular $1.80 quality. Made by Pcrrin Co. of an im ported capeskin, in th$ popular shades of tan. One-clasp model, with heavy outseam and spear back. A glove well suited for present wear. Regular and cadet sizes. Main floor, F stieet. Men's Lisle Hose Anniversary price, 35c pair; 3 for $1. The regular 50c grade. Fine Imported Lightweight Lisle Hose, with embroidered silk clocks black, with clocks in assorted colors; white, with clocks in as sorted colors, and tan with self-J colored clocks. They are best quality full-fashioned hose, regular made, with high spliced heels and double toes and soles. Main floor. F ttieet. Men's and Boys' Watches Anniversary price, $3.00 each. Regular $4.50 quality. Nickel and Gun Metal Open face Watches, in new models, with seven-jewel Swiss move ment; one-third less regular price. Main floor, F street. Men's and Young Men's Trousers Anniversary price, $3.50 pair. Regularly $5.00 and $6.00. ' Medium and Heavyweight Wors ted and Cheviot Trousers, in the choicest striped patterns of many variations and handsome light and dark gray shades. They are silk sewn throughout. Waist measure ments 28 to 46 inches, providing a fit for nearly every man. Main floor. Tenth street. Bibles and Prayer Books At Half Price Samples of RIIiIoh. both authorized vendons; II. M. Ktandaid revised. New Testaments. Psalms, Episcopal Praer Hooks and Hjntnals. All slightly scuff ed or scarred from handling, but other wise perfect. They have been used as samples by the publishers. All at one-half price. An oppoitunlty that comes but once a year to replenish your stock of these most Important of all books. Second floor P street. Boys' Madras Blouses Anniversary price, 68c. Regularly $1.00. Bojs Fine Madras Blouses, in white, with a variety of black, blue, and lav ender stripe patterns; nicely made, with soft collar and soft French turn back cuffs; slze-s 7 to 15. Third floor Eleventh street. Black Dress Goods Anniversary price, 75c yard. Regular $1.50 and $2 qualities. Tussah Royal Brocade, a f.ibilc made by the famous house of Pilcstlej and weir suited for akllts, dresses, and suits. Good and stylish weave, and splendid quality. Second floor G street. Photograph Frames Anniversary price, $1.50 each. Values, $2.50 and $3.00. French Bronze and Silver Fiaincs, with ovul and square openings. Anniversary price, $4.00 each. Regularly $6.00. Fine Fiench Bronze Frames, in at tractive designs, square opening, size S10 Inches. .Main floor G stiect. Leather Bags and Party Cases Anniversary price, $1.95 each. Regularly $3.00 to $3.50. Leather Handbags, in black and a good representation of new colors, with gilt, silver, and oxidized flames; lined with silk. Anniversary price, $1.95 each. Values up to $4.00. Leather Party Cases, silk lined and tinlshed with gold-plated tlttlnb's. Main (loot Eleventh stiect. Demonstration by an Art Needlework Expert in t Tatting, Crocheting and Embroidering. Free Lessons- to All Purchasers of Cotton Threads Made by the Company Represented. S-cloihI floor. Tenth stiect. Women's Spring Dresses Anniversary price, $13.75 each. Beautiful Afternoon and Street Dresses, in late Spring styles, with all the freshness and newness that fashion has created and in many and varied design?. THE MATEIUALS ARE- Tnffctus, Crepe Meteors, Silk Pop lins and Crcpp de Chines, i THE COLORS ARE- Navv Blue, Greens, Old Rose, GruyB, Blacks and Blues. Very prettily made, some in the new jumper and suspender effects, with a distinctly modish air; circular and other new styles in skirts. Trimmed with laces and buttons and pretty embroideries; lace, silk, and chiffon collars; crepe dc chine and chiffon sleeves. Sizes 34 to 40. AN EXTRAORDINARY GOOD VALUE. Third floor, G street. Girls' Wash Dresses Anniversary price, $1.95 each. Unusually fine quality. A sample line of New and Atti active Dresses In late ntyles and fine and de sirable materials; sizes i! to 10. Oliver Twist Dresses; the vtaists are of shcr crepe. In attractive striped effects, with nlaln colored linen skirts to match the stripes of the waists blue, rose, pink, tan and all-white; also all-Hnen In blue and tan. Russian-style Dresses, box plaited and belted: white with tan, blue and gieen braiding. Third floor. G street Women's House Dresses Anniversary price, $1.00 each. A very fine make. Splendid quality materials, in vari ous light and dark striped effects; some with a white piping; also plain colors; some of them have collars of contrasting material. All have dust caps to match. Sizes C to 45. Third floor, G street. Girls' Middy Dresses Anniversary price, $1.00 each. An unusually fine quality. They are In two styles, and In sizes 6 to 14. Plain White Middy Dresses, with braided sailor collar and cuffs, and full plaited skirts, which button to band. Middy Dresses, with white galatea waist and blue percale skirt, collar and cuffs; braided In white; blue trimmed pocket and blue lacing. Third floor, G street. Bath and Huck Towels Bath Towels, 25c each; $3 doz. An exceptionally fine grade. Heavy Napped Bath Towels, well made and of a weight and texture that will afford great pleasuie In using; size 254S inches. Huck Towels, $4.75 dozen. Regularly S6.00. An extra fine quality Huckaback Towel, nicely hemstitched; some with monogram space for embroidering; size MxS8 inches. Second floor, Eleventh street. Women's Muslin Underwear Petticoats, $1.00 and $1.50 each. Very Special Anniversary Values White Lingerie Petticoats, made of line soft cambric and nainsook. A very attractive assortment of many beautiful styles, effectively trimmed with lovely laces and dainty embroideries; some have deep ejeiet embroidery Insertion, run with pink or blue ribbon, and tin lshed w 1th ribbon bows Gowns, 85c each. Very Special Anniversary Values Fine Soft Nainsook Gown?, low, ve, square or round neck and short flow ing sleeves; made in kimono, mar guerite nnd empire styles, prettllv trimmed with beautiful embroideries and laves, heading and libbou. Third Iloor, F street. Five-piece Slip Covers Anniversary price, $12.50. One of the best values that can be offered. We will make to older Slip foveis for 5-piece parlor suites of furniture, allow ing !" yards of our special grade im ported cretonnes, which we are now of fering In this hale at 2c aid. Our regular high-grade workmanship and exact measurement and titling to be given with each order. This is a spe cial offering, and one to be taken ad vantage of at once. The usual price of these materials Is we to 75c yatd. Fourth floor, G street. Children's Dresses (Sizes 2 to 6 years), Anniversary price, 45c each. A very special value. PLAIN PINK AND BLUE PERCALE DRESSES, long waist and plaited skirt, trimmed with broad band, and piped in black and white to form peplum; front of waist embroidered in spray design. STRIPED CREPE DRESSES, in pink and blue designs; long-waist style trimmed with plain bands of pink and blue, and set on with nar row piping of black-and-white striped percale. FIGURED PERCALE DRESS ES, with tarn-over collar and cuffs, and peplum, trimmed with plain bands of pink and blue; plaited skirt. Third flooi, F stiect. Matting Suit Cases Anniversary price; $1.95 each. 24-inch Size Matting Suit Cases with cowhide leather corners and brass lock and bolts; cloth lined throughout. We call particular at tention to the excellent quality of the china matting used in this suit case. Light weight and strong. Fourth floor Tenth street. Sofa and Couch Pillows Anniversary price, $1.00 each. The usual $1.50 quality. Ctetonne Sofa an. I Couch Pillows In lllit and dark shades and nuniei ous good patterns a splendid assort ment. Pillows suitable for all sum mer uses porches, lawns, benches hammocks, couches, living rooms and bediooms. The filling is of best silk floss, and will not pack together. Fourth Floor. G Street. Brass Beds and Feather Pillows Brass Beds, $14.75 each. Regularly $20.00. High-grade Brass Beds, well con structed and shown in all sizes, two Inch continuous-post design, anj satir flnibh. Feather Pillows, $1.65 each. Regularly $2.25. New Live Goose-feather Pillows, Ir the dCBliable 2228-lnch size. Sixth Floor, Center. Best Pure Foods A number of high-grade values foi ' Anniversary. Premier Brand Pure Fruit and Cam Sugar .lam.s, guaranteed to contain nc artificial coloring, in strawberry, rasp berry, apricot, lilackberr, red cherrv peach and pineapple. Annlvernnr.v price, 8 jalra for S 1.0(1. Regularly 25c. Del Monte Brand Graded Asparaguj an extra tender and well flaorec grass which regularly sells at 30c. Anulvemnry price, 4 for SI. 00. Premier Brand Orange Marmalade, regularly sold at 25c. AnnUrraary prle, 15c Jar. Savoy Brand Asparagus Tips; a ten der, delicious and high-grade grass regular 25c value. Annlvemarj price, 6 for Sl.OO. Premier Brand Peanut Butter; madi from the choicest peanuth, icgular 25c size. AnaUrrbar; price, a for 50r. Orange Blossom Brand Genuine Maine Corn; a tender grain, free froir mots and silk; legulai 16c value. Analvernar.v price, $1.25 dozen. Plain anil Stuffed Queen Oilves,pui up in the new convenient hcrewMoj Jar; regular 25c value. Annlvcritar) price, :t for 55c. Stiashough Brand Bright Itcd To matoes: a good, heavy pack. Annivemar.v price, $1,00 dozen, Indian Itlvcr Grapefruit, mcdliuo. Aimlverxnr price, lllc dozcii, Fifth Flooi, F htreet. Choice Candies " All of these are at very special prices. Assorted Chocolates Chorolate-cov. ered Marshmallows, Chocolate-covere Peppermints, Old-fashioned Choeolnu Creams, Coeoanut Butter Sweet Lemon Creams, Orange Creams, Plna apple Creams, Whipped Creams, ocoa. nut Puffs. Viiiilvrmhr.v price, -Nc pound. llFRiiiarlv 10'.-. Chocolate and Vanilla Wrapped C-.l amels. nnlv rrxiirj price, 21c pound. RcKiiliirlj ;',(lf. Ahs-oited Chocolates in pound loxei .niilvermir price. .'10c pound. HcKularl 10c. Ashorted linrd Candles. iiulverNftr.v price, 2:tc pound, Itrgiilnrl? :t0c Seahhore Pebbles a delicious nutl.v flavored sweet. stnlv crinrj price, -Sc pound. Itrgulnrly 10c. Sugar-roasted Peanuts. Vnnlvcrxary price, ISc pound. HrKularly -5c. . ii'Uik i'loof, XwitU SUwl, V