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THE WASHINGTON TDIES. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1916.
9 News Notes and Gossip of the Day In the Smart Set of Washington Many Entertainments Are Planned by the Leaders of Society in Washington. Gossip of Hostesses. Tho dinner which tho Vlco President And Mrs. Marshall will glvo this even ing in compliment to tho President and M Wilson, will bo their Initial hos plt l,,ty this season and will have ndded lnteiest from tho tact that this is tho first fftnttlon outside tho White House which Mrs. Wilson has attended. Tho dinner wilt take place In the suite of, the Wlllard which tho Vlco Prcsider.t and Mrs. Marshall aro occupying this soason. In addition to the President and his bride, tho guests will bo tho members of tho Cabinet and their wives. - Miss tols Hoot Qoodnow, daughter of Dr. Frank J. Goodnow. president of Johns Hopkins University, and John Van Antwerp MacMurray, first secre tary of the American legation In Pe king, have selected Wednesday as tho date of their mfarrlage. The ceromony Will bo performed at Emmanuel Protes tant Episcopal Church, Baltimore, the Rev. Dr. Hugh Blrckhead officiating. Mrs. Ezra K. Olllett, of Pelham Ma nor, N. Y wilt be matron of honor for her sister, and there will be six other attendants. . , , . Mr. MacMurray is the Bon of the late Major Junius W. MacMurray, U. 8. A. Hla mother, Mrs. MacMurray, makes her home In Washington. The first of the series of twelve Fri day evening dances, nrranRcd by Miss Juila Wood, which aro anions the picasantest events of the Washington season, will be given this evening at tho 'Wlllard. Tho patrons for the daneo are tho Secretary of tho Interior Mr. Lane: tho Assistant Secretary of war, Mr. Brcckcnrldgc; tho Assistant Sec retary of tho Navy, Mr. Roosevelt: Col. Robert M. Thompson, Charles C. Glover, Dr. W. H. Wilmer, and. Horace West cott. Tho members of the committee arc Frederick Huldokoper, Hugo V. de 3?cna, Oliver B. HarTlman,Stodman Hanks, Frank Hyatt. Jr.; George A. Garrett, and Gerald de C. May. Mr. and Mrs, Jerome Bonaparte will entertain at dinner before tho exnee. as will Miss Elizabeth Wiley and Mrs. Morsran Cameron, and a number of other dinner parties have been ar ranged. , Norman Hapgood will entertain at dinner tomorrow evening at his apart ment in II street In compliment to Lord and Lady Aberdeen. .- Mrs. Hope Sinter will be among the dinner hosts of tomorrow evening. Mrs. Joseph E. Tliropp will not .re ceive on Saturday afternoon, her usual day at home. - Mrs. Ashton G. Clapham was hostess at luncheon today, with Mrs. Rolfc E. Boiling, who Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Alexander Hunt Gait, as the guest of honor. Invited to meet Mrs. Boiling were Mrs. Charles S. Hamlin, Mrs. Samuol J. Graha, Mrs. Milton C. El liott, Mrs. Henry D. Flood. Mrs. Claude Swanson, Mrs. William L. Marshall and Mra. Alexander Gait. $ Col. William P. Wooten, I'. S. A., com mandant at tho Washington Barracks, and Mr3"Vootenlill receive theguests tonight at the second hop of the season which tho officers stationed at tho liar racks will give at tho Officers' Club. Thoy will bo assiated by Mrs. Carroll D. Buck. Mrs. Gustavo n. Lukcsh, Mrs. Joseph H. Earlo, and Mrs. Will H. Point. ,Capt. John J. Kingman, adju tant, will make tho introductions. Capt. nnd Mrs. John Hodges will en tertain at dinner tonight for Miss Elea nor Baxter, of Nashville, and will take their guests lator to the hop at tho "Washington Barracks. Major and Mrs. austave Lukcsh will entertain guests at dinner this evening nt their (iiiarters at Washington Bar racks, taking their guests later to tho hop. - Mrs. Joseph E. Ktihn will have twenty guests at dinner tonight to moot Capt. nnd Mrs. Francis II. Wllby, and wilt take them later to the hop at the Offi cers' Club. . Surg. Cen. and Mrs. Willlnm C. Braised, I. B. N.. lrnvt- issued invita tions for n ta next Wednesday after noon nt C o clock In eorr.nllment to Surgeon and Mrs. Onmn, U. S. N. TTie President nnd Mrs. Wilson will be the honor guests nt a ball to be given by tho ambassadors, ministers and charges d'affaires of the republics of Amorlca represented In Washington. Wednesday, Jnnuary IP. at 9 o'clock at the Pan-American building. Nearly 1.500 invitations are being is sued, which, of course, aro strlctlv per nonal, non-transferable and tho presen tation of the cards of admission sent to all persons accepting tho Invitation will bo required at the entrance. The ball will bo similar in most of its WHY PAY FOR MEN 1 , il GjggauljMvamml 18 STORES IN NEW YORK ufAUiMvrrkM e-rrnovic vne BECK) 1012 7th St.N.W. For Men and Women (BE strec 903 Pa. features. to great stato functions, but all unnecessary ceremonies have been waived to conform to tho well-known democratic spirit of tho Prcldoht. Srs. Benson, wire of Roar Admiral V S. Benson, will receive today. Her daughter, Mrs. II. F. Kraftt, will receive with her, and Mrs. Volnoy. O. Chase and Mrs. J. c. W. Beckham will pre side at the tea table. Mrs. Kraftt. who has been tho guest of Admiral arid Mrs. Benson for sev eral weeks, will return to her homo In Annapolis tomorrow. Hoar Admiral and Mrs. Richardson Clover will entertain eighteen guests at dinner tonight. Mr. Claire Draper, of Boston; Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Blair for a few days, after which sno will visit her sister, Mrs. Willa Cnariot. Mrs. Carroll Buck, wife of Major Buck, U. B. A., will entertain at a luncheon on tho arternoon or January IS in honor or Mrs. Hugh Macneu, or Ban Francisco, who is visiting capt. and Mrs. C. If. Harlow, In Massachu setts avenue. Mr. and Mrs. C. Oliver Iselln, vho have been staying at the Rltz-Cavlo-ton in New York, eamo to Washington yesterday, whero thoy will remain about two woeka before going to Alton to spend the remainder of the winter. W. W. Bride ismaklng a short stay at the Vandcrbllt Hotel in New York. 4 -Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Gerry were among those entertaining at tho sup per dance ih the Plaxa Grill room in New York last evening. . Mr. and Mrs. Newton Gultck are at the Vandcrbllt Hotel In New York. Mrs. Horatio N. Slater entertained at dinner last night at the at. uegis Hotel In New York in honor of her daughter, Miss Ray Slater. T Mrs. Charles C. Rossire. who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Burreil at tneir nome in v;iove land Park, will return to her home today. 4. Miss Dorothv Dennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dennett, will enter tain fifty girls at a breakfast dance at Rau8cher"s tomorrow. Tho wedding of Miss Carmen Arosc mena. daughter of Senor Eduardo M. Arosemcno. and Luis Alberto Carbo. son of Mme. L. F. Carbo. will take Place on Friday. January 21. at 11 o'clock, at St. Matthew's Church. A reecptlon will follow at the home of Mme. Carbo. J Dr. nnd Mrs. William Cllne Borden h.ivo cards out for a reception Friday afternoon. January 28. from 5 to 7 o'clock nt their residence. 2306 Tracy place. Thero will be dancing during the afternoon. Senator and MrB. Le Baron B. Colt have taken tho residence 1G00 Massa chusetts avenue northwest, and will be at home after February 1. Mrs. Ed ward A. Barrows, of Providonce. daugh ter of Senator and Mrs. Colt, will bo their guest for the winter. Mlac Mary Tomnle. or Tennessee, en tertained at luncheon at the Wlllard vesterdav when her guests were Mrs. William S. Thomas, of Chicago. Mrs. John K. Shields. Dr. and Mrs. P. P. Claxton. and Mrs. Wright, of Nashville. t To tlioso who attendod the. musical drill ana tea..danco at the. Riding and Hunt Club yeaterdny afternoon, the most Interesting event was tho compe tition In tho jumping class, similar competitions will be arranged each Thursday in January and on Saturday, January 29. tho winner will bo pre sented with a cup offered by 'Mrs. Wlll 11am M. Rltter. Those who rodo in the tandem drill yesterday afternoon were Mrs. W. Sin clair Bowen, Miss Edytho Howard, tho To Have Perfect Skin Throughout the Winter These days tho face and hands need special care nd attention. Strong winds, quick changes of temperature from Indoors to outdoors, are severe on the skin. Their despoiling' effects aro best overcome bv tho application if pure mercolUed wax. This keeps skin and pores in a cleanly condition, the completion beautifully white and upotles. Chapped, reddened, blotchy and roughened cuticle are actually absorbed by it. One ounce of merco llzed wax, obtainable at iny dru store. Is sufficient to completely reno vate a weather-beaten complexion. It is used like cold cream, allowed to remain on over night, and washed off in tho morning. the skin tends to expand in a warm atmosphere, cheeks and chin to sag and wrinkles to form, a good as tringent lotion should bo used by the woman who keeps pretty much Ir doois thoso days. Dissolve one ounce powdered saxollte in one-half pint witch hazel. Kathe the faco in this mornings or before going: out for theater or social affair, It is a re markable skin tightener and wrinkle eraser. dvt. OUR GYPSY BOOT Designed for Critical Women D DESIRABLE RESSY URABLE Compare our footwear with $4.00 and $5.00 styles elsewhere FOR PARTICULAR MEN We offer smart styles in all leathers price $.60 IY MORE FOR " WOMEN Ave. N.W. For Men Misses Hcrlvon, Miss Ruth Anderson. Miss Ruth Hitchcock, Thomas P. Mor gan, jr., Gcorgo O. Tottcn, and James Murphy. In the musical drill were Miss How ard, tho Misses Scrlveiii Mrs. Sinclair Bowon, Miss Anna Hamlin, Miss Helena Elliott, Miss Ethel MaoMprray, Miss Wah!. Miss Julia Whiting, Mies Ruth Hitchcock, Miss Frances Carpenter, Lieutenant and Mrs. Thurber, Miss Scott, Miss Gerry Morgan, Miss Myra Morgan, Miss Ruth Anderson, Harry Dlngley, Ralph Coffin. Viscount d'Altc, Lieutenant Greely, John O. Evans, Thomas P. Morgan, Jr.: George O. Tot ten, Hugh Legare, Count Hondo, Cap tain Halght, and Dr. Bavne. Among those who eamo for tea wire Mrs. William M. Rltter, jJrlgadler Gen eral and Mrs. Sorlven, the Danish minister, Mr. Brum Mr. and Mrs. Duff, Mrs. Henry T. Oxnard, Miss Plchon, Miss Hilda Sykes, Colonel and Mm. Landers. Mrs. John O. Evans. Mrs. Goode, Miss Edith Goode, Miss Mary I Dove. . Clarence A. Asnlnwall. William Corcoran, Miss Louise Lltteuer, Mis Helen Lanahan. Miss Ruth Donaldson, Richard Crane, Mrs. Arthur Lee, Ord Preston. Walter R. Tuckerman. Mrs. Charles Hamlin, Lieutenant Winters, Miss Carolyn Nash. Mrs. William Mitch ell, Miss Frances Travor, Miss Adelaide Heath, Miss Loulso Delano, and Count d'Adehemar. iU Brig. Gen. nnd Mrr. Albert L. Mills entertained nt dinner last night In honor of tho Secretary of State uti'l Mrs. Lansing. Mis Lansing was un able to attend on account of Illness. Tho guestii were Secretary Lansing, Senator Key rittmnn, Mrs. F. F. Fletcher. Gen nnd Mrs. Charlos FIU hugh. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kirk- Por ter. Mrs. Heniy Clcvelmnl Perklm, Isa fcelle Wclbi und Crlg. Gen. Henry G, Sliarpe. Congrossninn and Mrs. Thomas B. Dunn entertained at dinner lat night at their homo. Their guetts were Mr. and Mr.;. Charles C. McChord, Dr. and Mrs. David Jayne Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Folk, Medical Director and Mrs. Francis K Nash, Col. and Mrs. Thomas Wcod, M11. Dolor Blodgett, and Congressman Edgar Kless. Tim racmbeiit of the Federal Reserve Board wore tho guests in whose honor the Secretary of the Treasury nnd Mrs MrAdoo entertained nt dinner last evening. Their guestB wcr diaries Hamlin, aovornor of the board; Fred prlpfc Dplnnn. Paul Warhurir. W. P, G. Harding anu Mies Elizabeth Hard ing, Adolph Caspar Miller, John Skel lon "Wllll.-ms, Senator and Mm. Claude Swanson, Senator llenrj F. Hnllls. Con gressman Carter Glass, the Secietnry of Agriculture and Mrs. David F. Houston, the Attornej General and Mrs. Gn'Koiy. tho Assistant Bcretary of the Navy and Mrs Franklin D Rooevclt. Mrs. Howe nnd Miss Mc Adoo. . Among the people present at the Cosmos Club last evening for the French leeturo of the Alliance Fran calse, were: Madame Jusserand. Henry White, Brigadier General and Mr. Crozler. Mrs. J. Harrlman. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Baldwin, Mrs. R. H. McKlm. Mrs. W. R. Tuckerman. Mrs. S. Wood. Mrs. G. McClellan Chase, Mrs. T. V. Boynton. Miss Butler, Tho next lecture, on January 20, will be delivered by Monsieur .1. Merlant. who Is professor of French literature at tho University of Montpolller. Monsieur Merlant was In the war. first as lieutenant, then as captain. Ho was wounded near Les Eparges In February, 1B15. He has been men tioned in the general oraers, ana named for deeds of war. In the Le gion of Honor. The Capitol Hill History Club will glvo a reception to Mrs. Comb F. Wood, president of the Federation of Women's Clubs, on Monday, January 17, at the Home Club, from 3 to 5, at 14 Jackson place. Mrs. Isabel Worrell Ball was hostess at a luncheon at the Ebbltt yesterday, In compliment to Mrs. Carrie Alexander January Clearance Sale of FINE FURS All Samp'e Sets, Scarfs and Muffs Sold at Saerifieing Prices All Stock at y3 Cost WM. ROSENDORF FURRIER 121SGSf.N.W. !!ffl amWp u&P St? le S-lli ) j$rHP9Hu f toe AmSmmmmm ftems of Interest and Impor tance of Pasl, Prtsent, and Future Among Official and .Fashionable Folk. Bahrcnburg, of Illinois, national presl dent of tho Woman's Relief Corps. Tho decorations wero stands of Amor lean flags down the canter of tho lunrh. eon table, and tho favors wero small patriotic symDois. Tho orchestra played patriotic airs, and the guests sang. Those asked to meet the national nrdaldsnt were! National Junior vlco president and president or tno department ot Po tomac W. It. C. Mrs. Matnla Palmer Dorsoy; past national senior vlco presi dent. Mrs. Ida V. Hendricks, nmt de partment presidents, Mrs. Llda J. Hart, Mrs. Margaret A. Walker, and Mrs. Nora B. Atkinson: senior vice depart ment president, Mrs. Alice Btine; de partment inspector, Mrs. Jennie T. Thompson; department patriotic In structor, Mrs. Mary V. Fnuth: chair man of tho hospital committee, Miss Moree E. Buckles; Mrs. Berwick, Mrs. Harriet E. Herbert, Mrs. D. L. Rice, and Miss Mario Rice, and Mrs. Augusta M. Tasker, department chaplain. Miss Jennie M. Stearns, of St. Louis, is the guest of nor cousin, Mrs. W. M. Gedes on Columola road. Miss Stearns will lator visit her nlpce. Mrs. Gordon E. Lennox, of Portland, Ore, Mr. James E. Alexander, of Chevy Chase, has gono to New York, where she Is the guest of Mrs. McMillan, wife of former Congressman Samuel McMil lan. 4. The Junior Auxiliary of Providence Hospital will glvo its annual tca-dancct at tho Highlands Saturday afternoon, January ft, from 4 until 7 o'clock. The proccods will be for the benefit of the Providence Day Nursery. Tho list of patronesses includes Mme. Pcxet, Mrs. W. W. Dixon, Mrs. John K. Shields, Mrs. Thomas J. Walsh, Mrs. 1. 1. Mann, Mrs. William Dennis, Mrs. Arthur Lee. Mrs. W. McC. Rltter. Mrs. Charles Marbury, Mrs. Breckcnridge Bayne, Mrs. Thomas Carter, Mrs. Delos moageii, Mrs. acott ureckinrldge and Mrs. Theodore Baldwin. Invitations have been Issued for a tea Wednesday, January IH, by Mrs. Ldward B. Clark, or tho Hamilton. In honor or her guest, Mrs John IS Wll kle,. of Chicago, and Mrs Charles P. Klrkland, or Utlea, who aru spending the winter here. .. Mrs. Joseph Robinson Darling will bo at homo at i2B4 Cathedral avenuo to women graduates of the University of Pennsylvania und to the wives of irraduatci of the unlverrlty. Thurs day, February I . at 4 o'clock. Comdr. Daniel W. WurUbaugh. U. S. N., and Mrs. Wurtabaugh entertained at dinner last evening at the Army and Navy Club In honor of the Secretary of tho Navy and Mrs. Daniels. In addi tion to the Secretaty and Mrs. Daniels, tho guests were Admiral nnd Mrs. Vic tor Bluo. Cupt. and Mrs. Edward W. Eberlc, Capt. and Mrs. James H. Glen- (Contlnued on Pago Sixteen.) Moobwarb & Xotbrop New York WASHINGTON Paris TOMORROW, A REMARKABLE SALE IN THE BOYS' STORE Fine Blouses, 68c Each 3 for $2.00 Pure Silk Neckwear, 35c Each 3 for $1.00 WARRANTED WOODWARD & LOTHROP QUALITIES AND STYLES We think you would rather see the goods and the values than read about them, so we are merely going to give you a brief outline of the merchandise and the values. The Blouses at 68c Each, 3 for $2 . - - . . Materials are Amoskeag Madras and Soi sette; the former in all-woven patterns and colorings. They are all fast and fadeless. Patterns are too numerous to mention nearly every one is different; a splendid assortment of handsome stripes in single and combinations, and self-patterned ef fects broad stripes, narrow stripes, clusters; light and dark colors; some figures. They are made with yoke in back and soft turn-back cuffs, some have attached col lars, without or with link, others separate collars to match; patent drawstrings as sure good fit at waist. Quantity is limited to 20 dozen, and the reg ular price would be $1.00. Sizes 7 to 16 years. The Neckties, 35c Each, 3 for $1 Pure Silk Neckwear, in the large new shapes with flowing ends. A pleasing assortment of patterns and col orings regimental stripes on the bias; all-over effects, changeable tones. The quality was never better in any 50c neckwear. LIBERAL SCOTT JOINS FIGHTING MARINES 1 Roal Name Resembles Kaiser's Affliction and Pronounced Like Serbian Mountain. r . .. jTf"l fl Tti 1i A nflttl with a name closely resembling tho Kaiser s affliction, and pronounced eoruy ns you'd breatho the namo of a Serbian mountain resort to a dear rrlcnd. has been enlisted In the United states Ma rine Corps as Liberal Scott, by special authority from Washington, D. C. And so Elesthcrlos Skycotls Is official ly listed In the records or tho United States Marine Corps as 'Liberal Bcott." Skycotls, who la a naturalized Amer ican citizen, adopted tho name or Lib eral Scott becauso ot his great admira tion for Henry Lauder, he say, and for the further reason that row persons evejr have correctly pronounced the name he abandoned. TRY THIS FOR ft ' COLD-IT'S FINE! "Pape's Cold Compound" ends severe colds or grippe in few hours. You can end grlppo and break up a severe cold either in head, chest, body or limbs, by taking a dose or "Pape's Cold Compound'" every two hours until three doses are taken. It promptly opens clogged-up nos trils and air passages in tho head, stops nasty dlschargo or noso running, relieves sick hondache, dullness, fevcr ishness. sore Uiroat, sneezing, soreness, and stiffness. ,,,,.. Don't stay stufTed-up! Quit bloving head-nothing clso in tho world gives such prompt reitcr as -j'ape s v-'oia Compound," which costs only 25 cents nt any drug store. It nets without assistance, tastes nice, and causes no inconvenience, uo euro you cci me Benulne. Advt. Burchell's "Bouquet" Coffee, 25c lb. Almost a Breakfast in Itself W.BURCHELL 1325 F SLN.W. Gaining in popularity arc the ever useful. BRACELET WATCHES From $12 up we have styles that are dependable. R. HARRIS & CO., Tin: jnwniiKns SBVKNTH AND D STOKKTS Parcel Post Mail Orders Bring Our Store to Your Door. Store Hours, 8:45 A. KfatfM.BfTPMPiBE.iii.Maftj EC B Wjt fJrlM SJJEji lnBMWliH.MrMmrflHIH Leaders Then. Established 1860. Leaders Now. 5c Handkerchiefs 6 for 19c Ladies' or Children's Sheer Lawn Handkerchiefs; white with corded or neat colored borders. Main Floor. w omen's Dress Waists In the January Clearance Sale Former Prices From $3.50 to $7.50 At $1.98, $2.98, 0k (? $3.98&S4.98 J Another Lot of Those Beautiful $ 1 .50 Undermuslins To Sell at 99c each They are really the prreatest values ever offered at such an extremely low price. Miclit Ilobm. made of fine nainsook; chemise models. al.o empire effects; prettily trimmed with lace, embroidery and ribbon. i:xtrn .size GoniH, slip-over model; yokes with lace Insertion, embroidery medallions and ribbons. Combinations nnd Knvclope Chrmlses, beauti fully trimmed with dainty laces. Kach and every Karment a conservative $1.50 value. At, QQ your choice . ?'' Drawers at 50c Women's Drnircrn. made of Cambric and nain sook, open or closed; straight or circular models; prettily trimmed with lnco and embroidery. Undermuslins Third Floor Lansburgh & Bro. January Clearance Sale of Infants' Wearables 100 Infants' Coats Worth From $5.00 to $8.50 At$3.95, $4.95 and $5.95 Sample Purchase of Marabou Pieces At Half Price Marabou and Ostrich Neck Boas. Capes, Collars, and Sluffs. The entire sample lino of a leading maker. Anv number of beautiful styles to be sold lit just half price. Values from $1.50 to $7.50 At 75c to $3.75 Main Floor Neckwear. Authentic Display of New Spring Millinery IP5 jiBfe Mllllneiy IVpt -2d Kloni-U-ii.ilnW'i & Cro. V, M. to 530 P. M. Daily. Friendship Links 25c Each An .entire now assortment ot Sterllnt? Silver and Oold-platod Friendship Links. Choice ot plain or engraved Htyles. Your Initial engraved free in 2 hours from time of purchase. V Main Floor Jewelry Dept. l.ooo Women's Fine Dress Blouses that must be closed out in the next few days. Included are Lace Blouses, Crepe de Chine Blouses, Voile Blouses, Lace and Chiffon combined. Hundreds of beautiful models, in white and colors; choice of high or low necks long or short sleeve dress waists and tailored effects of fine challies. All sizes. "Waist Dept. Second Floor Lansburgh & Bro. Without a doubt, some of the most remarkable val ues ever offered in this department. All the newest inodclH and colon In Velvet, Corduroy, Zlbellnc, and Chinchilla, in sizes from 2 to 6 years. Children's Corduror Tnm-o-Shantero, In brown or navy. Regular $1.00 CQ values. Choice at OUL Children's Hats At $1.00, $1.95 and $2.95 Worth From $2.00 to $5.00 t'hooso from velvet or corJuroy, in all the newest models and col ors. Infants' Dept.-Th.Ird Floor Lansburgh & Bro. Furs! Furs!! At about one-fourth of their original values. Anticipate your needs and supply them at these ildlculously low prices. Included ore Coney. Mink, Kit Fox. Gray Fox, Skunk, etc. From 1 to 4 inches wide. Values from $1.00 to J6.&0 a vard. At 29c to $1.39 A Yard Kig.nl. 8t. Annex Trimmings. At $5 & $7.50 Hundreds ot the Uarly Spring Hats aie now being shown In our Millinery section. 2d floor Included are tho New Pine apple Straws All Satins, Lin gerie Tit aids and Ratln and Siiuw combined In every color i nd combination ou could wish to .see. All the newest shapes, lummed with beautiful sprlns flowers, ribbons and all the Int ent Ui ne'e that dame fashion dictate- lie mil- of tho Hist to don it nr -1 i in w bonnet, mul bu It hen I -morrow. $2.60