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THE WA8HTNGT0X TIMES., TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1016.
is News Notes dnd Gossip of Washiiigton Smart Winy Entertainments Are Planned by the Leaders of Society in Washington. Gossip of Hostesses. President nnd Mrs. Wilton will bo the guests In whoso honor the Secretary of State and Mr. Liftislnu Mill ciuonaiu at dinner tonight. Mrs. LnnsliiK la suf ficiently recovered from the attack of grip from which sho has been suffering to nniwnr In iho rolo "of hostess. TllO Vioe President and Mrs. Marshall, the members of the cabinet and their wives will bo among" those Invited to meet tho Presldont and Mrs. Wilson, and thoro will bo additional giiast from official and resilient socluty. 4. Mts. Calderon Carlisle will entertain box .party at the National Theater this afternoon for tho concert of the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, at which Miss Kathleen Parlow, pianist, wtll be tho soloist, Mrs. Carlisle's guesU will bo Mmo. Christian HaURe. Mrs. JIuBh Wallace. Mrs. Sheridan and Miss Hheridan. With Mrs. Willard K. BaulsbUry will be Mmo. Itlttfer. Mr?. David Franklin Houston. Mrs. C. C. Walcutt. and Miss Harriet Hawkins. Mrs. Ira C. Copley will also entertain Kueats, havlntr in hpr party Mrs. James R. Mann. JdrS. Sinclair Jlowen. Miss Amaryllis Olllott, and Mrs. Clarence Porlcy. Mrs. William Crozler and Mrs. Marshall Field are also among those Who will occupy boxes. Mrs. William F. Draper will bo Jiostess at one of tho most interesting dinners of tho season, when she entertains this evening in compliment to His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons. Mrs. Draper's dinner lor the Cardinal Is an annual event and Is. always the occasion of a notable rtttherlnc of distinguished folk. This evmln her guests wilj number twenty elKht. In deference to the ;uost of honor the Cardinal's crest and banner will be (tunc; over the archway loading into the bail room where dinner will be served, striking a brilliant noto against tho tapestried walls. Long-stemmed Ameri can Beauty roses in tall vases will be used In the ball room and the reception rooms as well, while the table will be decorated with Cardinal red roses and V arlayenso ferns. The British Ambassador and Lady Sprlng-Rlco will be hosts at dinner tomorrow evening. Mrs. W. W. Galbraith, wife of Com mander Qalbralth, V. S. N., was hos tens at luncheon 4dny, entertaining in compliment to Miss IIlen Miller of Albany, who Is her guest. Invited to meet Miss Miller rrac Mr. J. Ham ilton Lewis, Mrs. D. B. Morrymatu MMs Mav Adams, Mrs. Victor Kauff inann. Mr. Traces'. Mrs. Morln Thompson, Mrs. C. B. JlcVay, and Mrs. CVL. Marlatt. - Trs. Junius M". MacMurrav and Miss cMurrny have cards out for a ea cclnfsdiiy afternoon. January 26, to ct Miss Lois Root Goodnow. wlicse rringp tn jonn van Antwerp .wac rruy will lake tdace In Pultimore cu hniHiv in. Mlsi Gooduow 1 tho . ighter of Dr. Fmnk J. Goodnow, lrlnt of JohnK Honl:tnK University. . MacMurrav Is first sccretars' ;t fie lerh Iraii, legation in Peking. Ohlna, but v lsltlng his mother at her rcsi- i In Mnvsacniisiita avenue now jco t m Irs. William r.orcoion HHi will be tnss rt ix budge party Tuesday rrnoon. ho Mls.es l.aw.T.'rtaHgmorj, of Mr. d Mro John . Lamer, enrertalncd s at a luncheon today in in.' lufTVLJni nor of thlr ...,1 t." rpt Keelinir. ss Krcling will le the honor ituest at bridge party which the., vm cue lursday afternoon. 4 -" i the first floor of the residence or Mr. d M'rs. George S. Cooper, In yom E avenue, will be decorated with hugo Isters of Klllnrnev loses among secs of palms and terns tor xne irrlage this evening of their daughter, Iso Helen WieklllTe Coojie:". to Joseph own Metcalfe, jr. The ceremony will performed at 7'30 o'clocK, by tno v. Earlo Wiltlov, pastor of the Vor nnt Avenue Christian Church, in tno escnee of niombcr.i of the immcaluie mllles. s The bride will he given in mnmftge ' her father, and will wear a gown whlto satin with a court train nnd tmmlngs of tulle and cloth of sliver. er veil will bo of tulle. She will enrry shower bounuet of loses nnd lines or ' r.-uK?- $7 T&'Uu Thompson. Miss Catherine' llow nOr'slster, Mra. Albert ICTTst, who will ,ni mi., tioion un.i -ioU i..ti. bo gowned In peach colored taffeta made In a quntnt old fnshloned stylo wun a ncnu or tune, .she win carry an old fashioned bouquet in a lace hold er. James Metcalfe will-act as nest man for his brothor. An Informal reception for the wedding guests will follow, after which the young couplo will leave for an extended wedding trip, the bride wearing a tailored suit of purple broadcloth trimmed with seal skin, a small velvet toque trimmed with tho unmu fur, ana a muff ofsealskin. Upon their reurtn they will reside with the bride's aunt, Mrs. Eugene Byrnes, nt 3218 It street until their plans arc suttled. Mr. Met caUe la connected with the Geological Survey, which muy send him West in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brown Metcalfe, of the Eastern Shore ot- Mnrylrtnrt, parents of the bridegroom: Dr. Met calfe, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Roe, and Miss Mary Cary Harrison, of Baltimore, will be among tho out-of-town guests at the wedding. Mrs. Cooper, the bride's mother, will Teeelve the gun?ts. wearing n hlocK velvet gown with trimmings of tulle. Mrs. Byrnes also will be gownoa in black velvet. Mrs. Lemuel Padgett will receive In formally this afternoon and will' bo nsslstcd bv Mip. Charles H. T. Lowndei, Mri. K. G. Grant, and Miss Kiithorlne Hall, c-f Tennesson. Because or tho runeral or Mrs. Rleh nrd Wnllach. Mrs. Montgomers- Blair re called the Invitations ror the luncheon which she was to glvd todas-. ! Mrs. Theodore A. Baldwin and her sister. Miss Kntherlne Judge, entertain ed n luncheon of eighteen covers today In compliment to their house gueptH. Mrs. William Hnyles. wile or the naval attache at Paris, and their sister. Mm. John E. Woodward, or New York. Among the guests were Mrs. Harmon nnd Mrs. Henrv Flower, of Kansas City, who iiro In Washington to attend tho convention of the NaUonnI Civic Feder ation. Mrs. Baldwin and Miss Judge will bo nt home Informally Thursdny nftcrnoon i.ml the afternoon of Janunry 27. Ctiplaln nnd Mrs. Bnldwln will enter ti.in at dinner Saturday nluht for Mr. nd Mrp. Ernest Nos'es, oft Chicago, who guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hornco Wtntcott. On the evening of .Tanuarv CT Mrs. Baldwin and Mlm Judge will go to Now York to remain a week. Mr? Wllllim Sayles who Is visiting '""nplaln nnd Mrs Bn'''wln w)i 70 to New York tonight. Ph win soil on Fehrunry 1! to join Commander Snyles In Paris. Mrs. John E. Woodward, who Is ali vMUng f'untrtln sod l, Bnldwln will return lo New York Tucsdny.v Janu nry ?;. v'l. M M Parker will be host at dinner tonlttht at tho University dluh before the fortnightly, dahco. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klchelborfior Vvlll en tertain ulno guests at dinner at tlte club. Others who will have dinner par ties will be J. Thllmau Hqildrluk, Dr. Edgar Showden, H. K. lllokcs'. Berke ley Ik Hlmhlniin' H. fl. Adams. 1 9. Apploman, .Mr. Buclmmtn. I. J. cottl- ffnil. 1. t tNittK It 11 TlAti'n. It T. Galliher, c. J. Kappler, II. C. kin, O.. w- Lang, y, J. Xellsoh, C. M. Price, flcoruo H. Powell, Dr. Robert, W. V. Spald, Georao P. Shydcr. X R. Binltli, 8. M. Thomji6n". P. O. "Williams, aoortfo P. Mitchell, and fl.T. -Maher. Lieut, and Mr. Joel yitlani Uunkley Mayo a their gutsl ?is. Ilunkios's idstor, Mla Julia Williams $ Mrs Craig McKvrron, wlio hns been fpcndln the winter at th Rhonhnm, has beer called to Cuyton b' tho Illness of linr irinthor. Mrs. Wllllhm Fallows JtToi'isn. of yff York, U stopping al tin- S'o lwmi. and anion? the othor prominent reohle renlsteird thi-in .ire .Mrs Gcorgft T Mr nnd itts. 1',. toward Child, f,t WfftfloUl. Mnss.: Mr. ami Mis. Ifol tln;:sworth Wood, of Mt, KImmi. N'. V and Mrs. Bayard Hours', of Phlladol phla. - nmmet O'Neil. farmer governor of Alabama. is at the Wlllofdi 4 M. Poroy V. PeitiiyltflekT. or Aus tin, Tex., president of th National F"d- eatlon of Women's Cltib. return"' to Washington sOflterday for tho meetlncs of the olyle fodontion and is srnirM at the Willard. Other nnrivnlrt M vfii tcrdov Included Mr. nnd .Mrs. "VMl loughby Wnlko. of Sav.inna, and Mr. and Mn. Fran Tirfnns of Knnla.-id. 4 Mrs. Henry Atlor- Poorer, wife of Congressman Cooper nf Wisconsin, will bo at home Informnllj todnv xt tl(" Rochambeau. Mrr. r.rlggN, daufjilcr or the late Senator Frsc end Mrs Henrs Woodyard, will prflfldo at the tua table. . An artificial mooh. half hidden among bamboo and cedar trees, and tall pam pas, grass will cast long shadow throughout the first floor of tho hand some resldenco of Mr. and Mrs, How ard Reeslde this evening, when thev will entertain about 150 guests at n dance In compllmont to Mlas Jane Orefcory. Boutliem smllax will veil the walls, while hanging baskets filled with snap dragons and rqsoH wilt swing from the ceilings and chandeliers In all of the rooms. Miss Elizabeth Reesldc, who has been in New ork for several das-s. returned to Washington last evening for the dance. Sho will go to New York ugaln tomorrow. The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Josepnus Daniels -will be the guests of honor at a dinner of twelve covers which Rear Admiral and Mrs. Joseph Strauss will give tonight. Surgeon General Rupert Blue will be a host at dinner Thursday night at the Army and Navy Club. M H. Miss Helen Blodgett was hostess at I ... ....., mm. meaicr party Jaat night. , M"s. Charles Howrv was hostess at uwiuuuivoii oy iiincucon today, eiv Thomas B. Dunn nnd imr ,m.t. r' lyi laiuinK in compliment ... XI Robert Kershner and Mm. William it' Dunn, of Rochester. N. V. 4 3f- Junn will be at home Infoimal- ly this nftcrnoon In compllnlent to Mrs Kenhner and Mrs. William H. Dunn ' .. Tm Annnn ta.t a,.a.iI... ... .t. 'n...-ii. - by the Sons of the Confederate Vetera"" .was Jargoly attended, nnd the Kiiests , were lecelvcd bv Mrs. Thomai Watt ' fJlA. "wnnn FwTfl Den" ne. "e?fs . "vf& 'Ball ev Lama" jtri'.' Joel ' W Rimklov Vw twhtr y - 8 - Charjfa D. Carter. Mrs. Edward 13. Pratt. Mrs. Claude X. Bennett. Miss Nannie Randolph Heth. Miss Ruth Dan iel and Miss Sarah Daniel. The presentations were made bv Charles D. Carter, assisted by Lr. Ed ward K. Prott. K. A. Brand. P. n. Fravel, J. Roy Price and Mrs L. Alvcr fcon. Mrs. William C. Hsrller will be nt home tills afternoon and will bo assisted by Mrs. Cone Johnson. Mrs. Owen-Cha-hoon. Mrs. B. J. Cain, of Dallns:Mrs. Oliver 1". Newman and Miss Lillian Sutton. Mr. nnd Mrs. George II. Emmons wire hosts at a birthday surprise party Saturday at their home, 171 S U street, in- honor of Miss Ruth M. Owens. t,.-1."",!", "W"fcir."" ". t Those present were Misa Delia Owens. Mins Viola E. Bushee, Howard Williams. John Busheo, Harry Owenn, Rods Cook, Austin Thompson, Donald Davis, H. K. Tucker, Georgo Joyce, Leon Joyce, Mrs. J. Broadebont as sisted Mrs. Emmons In receiving the young people Tho evening was spent in playing frames'. "J he Secretary r Commerce and Mrs. Redtleld entertained at dinner iHst evening in compliment to the Chilean Ambassador and Mme, SUarez-Mujlca. Their guests to meet them were the, Bo livian Minister and Mme. Calderon, the Cut) nil Minister and Mipe. de Cespcaes, tho xtcaragunn Minister and Mme. Chamorro. Captnln aim Mi-s. Langdon, isrnost cnamiieriain ana -Mrs. tnaries Drury. - The Chinese Minister and Mailame ivoo were the guests In whose nonor rinnator and Mrs. Willard K. bauis Dury entertained at dinner last even InR. The gueMs to meet them were Henntoi and Mrs. Albert B. Ctimnlihs, Konator and Mrs. Atlee Pomerone, cna tor and Mrs. J. Hamilton Lcw'ls, Justice t'ovmgton and Mrs. Covington, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Allwrt L. Mfils, Col. nnd Mrs. Charles C. Walcutt, Brig. Gen. Jumes H. Wilson, of Wilmington, Del., a guest of Senator .and Mrs. Haulsbury, aiift Captain Holcomb, U. S, M. O. 4. . Roar Admiral nnd Mrs. William W. Kimball entertained at dinner last even ing, In honor of the Secretary or vno Interior and .Mrs. Lano. The guests weie .Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Morse. Mr. and Mis. William Llttaucr, Mr. and Airs. Charles Henry Butler, Mrs. HoDert .Hinckley nnd Mr. Gibson Fahnestocit. -.J. Mrs. Henry D. Flood will not receive this arternooh, but will be ot home at the Shorchnm next Tuesday for the last time this season. Justice and Mrs. Thomas H. An derson have closed their houso in New Hampshire avenue and nave taken Mr and Mrs. John Jov Edson's place. "Joy Farm," near Rockvllle, for the winter and early spring. Miss Mary Alice Finrtey. religious work secretary of the Y. W. C. A., has si .. , ' , , yj'. s ' ' ' I'liiiinil m m DRINK HOT TEA FOR A BAD COLD Get a small package of 'Hamburg Breast Tea, or as thn Oerman foIUH call It, "Hamburger Urust Thee," at any nharmncy. Take a laMetitoohful of Ihe tea. put a cup of telling water upon It, rour through a sieve, ni'd drink a tea cup full nt any time It is the most ef fective way 16 break a cold and cure grit- as It opens the pore. relltv'iu ronge-non. .mho loosen' tno oouois, thin btej.king 11 cold nl nee, III DteitHtng u It Is inexpenb tvo linn rnt reiy voaet- able, therefor harmUas. Advt. Setli f terns of Interest and Impor tance of Past, Present, and Future Among Official and . Fashionable Folk. returned from Atlantic City, where she spent tho week end. Miss Mlgnonetto O. Buckingham Bins worn secretins', has been the uuat ot rnendH at Went Chester. Pa. Jllss Ruth M. Ivefnos educational Hocrotnry. had as her guest over tho weok end. her father, C. N. Keeney, or Leroy. N. Y. Mrs. Mrtllllp llliwnll 4mllh urmlrlnnl of -the Ulstrlcl Chupter, United Daugh ters ot the Confederacy, Is In Phliadel-i nlllil aaa t lm . ( Aln 1 ..a. . . .. m it I . . . . "" "i"-:"" Hiii'ii or mo 1'iiua dolphln Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy Kho attended tho ban quet given Inst uwnlntf In honor of .Mrs, KranK a Odenhrlmor, pi evident gcnerul of the organization. OPEN THIS EVENING Formal Start of Big Exhibition Arranged For Tonight At the Arcade. The fourth annual exhibit of Ihe Na tional Capital Poultry and 'Pigeon Asso ciation will be opened formallv tonight at the Arcade, with every nromlse of being the most successful and Inter esting yet held in the city. Manv' valuable birds have been entered, and tho prizes ranee all the wav from "ilue ribbons and $2(1 gold eagles to sliver loving cups nnd supplies of poultry food and remedies that will keep the winning fancier from worrying about the cost of living for his rowls. The entries cloned January .1. and the entrants Include practically every chicken fancier In the District besides many from adjoining States. It has been decided thnt eggs laid during the show, which make a not Inconsider able Item, will be presented to tho Emergenev Hospital. Tho Judges of the show. J C. Krlner. of Stcttlorsvllle. Pa.; Jacob Eberlev. of Dnllastown. Pa., and Dr. C. W. Rlppon. of German. Pa., started In then- work today. The Judging will continue throughout the week, and Is not ex pected to be completed much before the end of the exhibition. Girls Seeking Husbands Say Town Boys Too Slow KUNBURY. Pa.. Jan. !. John B. Martin, of thbi cly. round the.address es of six Bloomsburg girls In a bottlo floating in tho Susquehanna river here. In a Joint lettor they say they want husband-. It says: "Wo are all ood looking and Indus trious j'oung women, but boys In our town nre too alow. We want hmbunde 'J'hes must be cood to look at and strlctls' temperate. Above all, they must not be 'slow.' Bloomsbt.rg girls like the dashing kind of men. Our object is matrimony. Now, If you mean busl nees, please writs, finder of this bottle. end we will be glad to tell of our abil ities, und exchango our photographs." The letter is signed by Frieda West, 417 West street. Malle Rhnads. 274 East Fourth street: Ella Barns, Box C3, East Bloomisburg; Elsie Broadt, Easl Bloomsburg; Erath Workhclser. 119 East Main nreet. and Margaret Kline. 493 West street Fraud Order Is Issued Against Chicago Firm The Postoffice Department today is sued a fraud order denying the malls to the Oxs'bon Company nnd Ben A. Hallgren, of 208 North Fifth avenue, Chicago. This action follows similar orders against tho Oxygoncr Company, tho Oxj'pathor, and other alleged oxy gen cures for everything from grip to the measles, and from corns to dand ruff. The oxybon Is described In the order as an Instrument bs which It was claimed diseases can be cured by put ting a metal plato on one end In cold water and holding to hand tormlnnls on the other end. Exhibition of Inca Photographs Opened An exhibition of photographs of the ancient Inca ruins made by tho Tale expedition was opened to members of tne National ueogrnpnic Hocieiy touay In Hubbard Memorial Hall. The col lection comprises enlargements from the pictures taken of Machu Picohu. the sacred Inca city which developed a hlgh-grndo of prehistoric civilization. Just One Application and the Hairs Vanish fMoJes of Today) A harmles. et very efrectlve, treat ment Is her-s given for the quick re moval or hairy growths- Mix enough powdered delatone and water to cover the undesirable hairs, apply paste and arter 2 or 3 minutes remove, wash the skin nnd the hairs have vanished. One application usually Is surtlclent, but be certain or results, buy tho delatone In an orgln-U package. Advt 30c Lb. Package Tli cofte ot delicious aroma And uniurp able bouquet Jihn H. Mifrudtr Pine Groceries nnd Wines. Conn. Ave. K fctreat POULTRY SHOW WILL p Drink m "My m M Coffee" m A GOOD APPETITE UIIIPD'P for birukfuBt Is turn RlllLLtt 0 hyf ihn hot cokes are tcit ni-iur mMr wl,h Millers Self- JllMlUnU HUlnsj lluckwheat Every- mi, iu.nriT one enjoys h Koxhien nrnl BlKKWnuT j, ""wi' vtubo. itFNo f'onsuiieri Supplied. B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO. Wbol4U arevtri, Xtlh 4d4 M Sits. 8. K. m L FOILS PLOT START REVOLT "Sergeants'' Rebellion" Was Planned- to Overthrow Gov ernment of President Braz. RiO DE JANEIRO, Jan. )x.-A well planned attempt to start a revolution and ovei throw the government of Piesldcnt Braz w.is frustrated by tho tccent arrest of more than 100 petty army officers stationed In "nlo do Janeiro, the authorities announced to ddy. Confessions have been obtained from some of tho men Imprisoned on an Island In Rio dc Junoho buy. They have admitted, It Is leported. that tho Fo-called 'Vcrgcants' rebellion" was Ilnahcod by wenlthy revolutionists. . Ostensibly the "sergeants' rebellion" gicw out of discontent over the failure of the federal senate to raise the pas' of Petty ofllcors and privates. Gov ernment officials loomed that tho revo lutionists planned to seize tho army nnd navy arsenals, the forts guarding tho bay, and other points of strategical Importance, nnd then force the retire ment of Piesldcnt Braz and his gov ernment. Heciet service agents learned of the plot, and leaders were arrested on the day tho revolution wnB to have started. Mounted patrols nnd armed marines broke up two meetings of soldlera and took Into custody all the revolutionists. ii ES" STAR, OEAO Pioneer Motion Picture Actor Passes Away As Result of Complete Breakdown. Arthur V. Johnson, the Lubln star and a pioneer motion picture uctor, died at his home in Philadelphia yesterday, as the result of a complete breakdown laBt spring which necessitated hls re tiring from active work. News of the death of Mr. Johnson was received with great recrct by thou sands of motion tfletuic patrons In Washington. An associate of Dorothy Bernard, Mary Plckford. Marlon Leon aril. Wilfred Lucas. King Bnggot, Mark Sennet. Thomaii Incc, and other pi oneers In the photoplay he was one uf the Ih st pupils of David V. Griffith in the old Blograph and Imp Companies, nnd was rated as the most accomplish ed light comedian on the fcciccn. Johnson was alone In his apartmen when ho died, according to dispatches from Philadelphia. Uist April ho suf fered a severe nervous breakdown, tne result of working continuously on ,ilc turo productions after his physicians had advised him to rlM for at least six months. Tho germs of tubcrcu losli a .......i uinn.ni nfri his condition ARTHUR V JOHNSON I0VI was grave, when he submitted himself Keen, and each firm Is trying to outdo to hit! physician's care. Ho was slven the others In inducements. Catchv ad .iv mnniiM to live, at first, but this ex- I vcrtlsements are printed dally m the nert odnlon was revised, and ho was 1 told he would recover If he wouiu ieui nil; month. He lefuied. however, to oliev the doc tK.. nn.i i.-nt nt work until ho col lapsed in tho studio and won removed to Atlantic City. Tho sea bieezes seem ed to benefit him. he gained strength, and was nble to return to Philadelphia In the summer with a prospect of going baok to worK tnis winicr. ui un- im provement was only temporary, for he grew weaker through the fall and trltitoi Johnson was the first to pass away ot the group of young men and women who virtually started the photoplay In dustry For the past four or five years he was with the I.ubln company, and appeared in a number of special pro ductions. He was a carerul artist and directed many of his own films. Johnson was thirty-nine years of age, and a native or Davenport, Iowa Ilia father was the Rev. Dr. M. A. Johnson, a rotlred Episcopal minister, who now lives at Northampton, Mass. When nineteen years old Arthur ran away from college and became an actor. Ho appeared in the companies or hoi smith Russell. Robert Mantell, nnd Mai to Walnwrlght. playing a variety of parts. He Joined the Blograph company seven yon iTi ago., Funeral services were held in Phila delphia today, and the body of tho actor will be buried tomorrow at Chlcopee Falls, Mass. The funeral services were attended by many repre sentatives of the motion picture indu.t tty from Philadelphia and New York. Gives Free Saloon Rent. HARRISBVRG. Pa.. Jan. t8 -Having fallen heir to a saloon lrom the Tenor administration. the Commonwealth seems unable to get rid of It. It was acquired In March, 1914. under the capi tal paik extension purchase, with foil possession to the license holder untl' Jonuarv 1. 191!. Nothing has been done to oust tho posseisor since his lease ex pired. -Jia ' , , , su When Croup Comes Treat Externally The old method of dosing delicate Ut ile stomachs with nauseous drugs Is wrong and harmful. Try the external treatment-VIck's "Vap-O-Rub" Salve. Just rub a little over the throat and chest. Tho vapors, released bv the body heat, loosen the choking phlegm and case the difficult breathing. A beltlme application Insures sound sleep. 25c, Me or S1.00 I 1 I Special Flat Rate TO THE Pan-American Bldg. And Return North 1212 Terminal Taxicab CoJ 'ii in 11 To Entertain Grotto Next Tuesday Night miss seLma selinger. The final event of Kalllpolls Grotto prior to tho closo of the Grotto year on I January 27, will be tho annual ladles' night entertainment and dance to be held at the Raleigh January 18. The entertainment committee has completed tho musical program, ifvhlch will include the appearance of Miss Selma Hellnger, who, With her partner, Herbert J. Jacobl, will bo seen In their original sketch, "On the Tejephone." Others who will appear aro Miss Hazel Bernhclm, Miss Clara Naeckcr, Mrs. Julian Brylawskl and the cabaret stars; Myer Johnson, Al Jolson's younger brother; Pnul Ennet. Henry Borman, Raymond Ennert, Joe Goldstein, and Croso Potnssl. Otto Werner, the only member of the grotto who appears oil the program, will give his interpretation of a Ger man diplomat. The Grotto Glee Club Is taking no pait In tho exercises, having given the entertainment over to a spe cial committee. At 3:30 o'clock refreshments will be served, after which there will be dan cing until midnight. Tho Grotto Band will furnish music for the dance. Baltimore Now far Shy Of Girls For Factories 1 UAI.TIMORK. Jan. IS. Scarcity of girl operators has forred several Balti more manufacturers of shirts and other e.'othlng to sublet 10 per cent of their contracts to Philadelphia firms. Never, thev say. in thn hltorv of the city has It been so difficult to get girls for work in factprles. Competition nmong firms to abtain girl operators Is newspapers. One firm offers a bonus of $10 for each girl who starts to work In Its factory now and remains six weeks. J I Exquisite Hair Tinting There Is a n$xr preparation on the market that Is so entirely harmless and fo easy to use that there Is really no excuse for any woman (or man) to longer tolerate Rray or streaked hair. "Brownatone" meets 'and overcomes every objection heretofore found to hair stains, and is so pleasing in Its uniformly splendid results that it has within a few months made thousands of friends who could not now be in duced to use anything cls"e. '"Brownntone" is th remilt nt mnt exhaustive experiments nnd Is abso lutely guaranteed satisfactory or money will bo returned. It positively can not be detected, will tiot rub off or wash off, nnd Is harmless, and permanent In every way. Prepared in two shades one for golden or medium brown the other for dark brown or black. Also in two sizes. 15c nnd $1.00. A trial size and an. Interesting hook let will be sent upon receipt of ten cents, or we will nil your orders di rect If your drugfilst insists upon sub stituting. insist mi "Brownntone" at vour Inir- 1 dresser's. ' Made only by the Kenton Pharmacal 1 o., m;i ;. ne si., 1 u.,.i.l.,,, .x Sold -nl recommended in Washington by CVDonnoll's Drug Stores. People's Drue Stores and other leading dealers. dvt. Real Comfort Nesco Electric Radiators, $5 up Cold rooms need not bo endured an Instant longer than It takes to have ui deliver you an "Clectrlc Radiator. Thoy'ro quick heat ers Insure real comfort. $3 up. National Electrical Supply Co., SSEES if XSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSW jfc vV II ' JjfldPHsBBBBBBBslU jflrjsBlillHBBBBBBBBBBBBBKu tsHsiBK'T? , ; $IbbbbbbbbK3 SrofQBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBlBfolBl '' GEfS STEEL ER THAN U. S. Official of Bethlehem Works De clares Different American Presidents Desired Increase. An admission thai the Bethlehem ar. mor works 1iad sold armor plate to Russia cheaper than -Jo the United Ptalcs, and an explanation, was made to tho Renato Naval Affairs Commit tee todav by President E. Q. Grace. JIA wor his company had dumped armor In Russia solely to open a new field of utile. "You sold In Russia below cost" asked Senator PUelati of California. Grace answered yes. Phelan then pointed out that, ac cording to another table of costs, sub mitted as evidence by the company, the Russian contract should have been profitable. Somewhat puzzled by the apparent discrepancy. 'Graeo ptomlsed a full explanation later.' -. Graeo said his cornpaiu', from 18S7 to tho Wilson Administration, hud been assured vcaily that the various Presidents wished the Industry de veloped. On this, ho based his argu ment that the Tillman measure, look ing toward a Government plant, xvra an Injustice, since It would Jeopardize a 57.10-) 000 investment erected at Governmental behest. Asked for proofs of the Governmen tal requests, he replied that the' let ters had been destroyed in tho recent lire. He asserted that in the government nlant in Janan. nrmor rlate ennta 131 a ton, or more than this Government pays his company. As to a report bv naval Inspentots that the atmor which Bells around $4-10 a ton oould be man ufactured for $202. he said these fig ures did not include tascs, Insurance, return on investment, depreciation, and administration costs. Church At Eckington Is Remembered in Will A gift of J20Q Is left to the Ecking ton Presbyterian Church in the will of Bertha S. Rogers, filed for probate In the office of the Register of Wills. The remainder of the estate, which includes the homestead at GO R street northeast, is to bo divided among Victor II. Rog ers, an adopted son, and Barbara Mac Whortcr, an adopted daughter, and George Irwin MacWhorter. Percv Wallace Griffin and Clifford Cranston Griffin ore left $500 each under the will of their grandmother. Carrie C. Griffin, also filed for pro bate. The balance of the estate. Includ ing realty at 1721 First street north west and 412 New York avenue north west, goes to the two sons, , Edwin Percy Griffin and II. Clifford Griffin, who also arc named executors. Tho estate of John Connor is left to Man G. Connor and Agnes O. Hilton, daughters, and Cornelius A. Connor, a son, the latter being instructed to pay a monthly allowance to another son, Aloyslus Connor. Authority to administer the estate of his father, Frederick J. Hill, is sought in a petition filed by William F. Hill The realty is valued at JlOiOO. and stocks and bonds estimated at $,600 are listed. RIM CHEAP TDGloobwaro & Xotbrop New York WASHINGTON-Paris The Sale of Men's Overcoats Is Timely Here are Big, Warm, Comfortable Coats that will keep you warm on these cold days. Some , with the heavy and high collars t hat turn up around the throat and ears and afford such splen did protection, others more dressy. Some of them have the double-breasted fronts which mean greater chest protection. All these coats are Qf very finest fabrics-1-and most every plain and fancy color is among them. $19.75 Were up to $25.00. $23.75 Were up to $35.00. Suits are also reduced in price $14.75, $19.75 and $23.75. Main floor, Tenth st. Winter Clearance Sale of Men's Fine Shirts They are shirts that we know all about positively not a nondescript and odd collection gotten together. THEY ARE SHIRTS FROM OUR OWN STOCK, with all of the Woodward & Lothrop excellence of quality and pattern, and the guarantee of fine fabrics. Stripes predomi nate, but the colors cover the entire range in prac tically every variation of tone. Neglige shirts with stiff cuffs; neglige shirts with soft cuffs, and fine Silk Shirts. $1.15 for shirts that were $1.50. $1.35 for shirts that were $2.00. - $1.65 for shirts that were $2.50 and $3.00. $3.50 for shirts that were $5.00.' Wain flopr. P street. For Levantine Trade. Incorporation pape.s for the Vmer' can Chamber of Commerce for tlv levant have been Hied with the Re corder ot Deeds bv Dr. K. E. Pratt chief of thn Bureau or Foreign and Domestic Commerce; Nicholas Eck hardt, Jr., also of the bureau, and Barry Mohun, a Wnshlnglon attorney The organization is without capital stock. MtHHlll...t..M..ll.ltM..IlllllH. 1 ! Bl t l ) HAIR COMING OUT? i i" t"ii'iiii' tngiiiiiiiiti 9 iln.ntiiii 1$ Dandruff causes a feverish Irritation of the scalp, tho hair roots shrink, loos en and then tho hair comes out fast. To stop falling hair at once and rid tho scalp of every particle of dandruff, set a Zi-ccnt bottlo of Danderlno at any drug store, pour a little in your nan nnd rub It Into the scalp. After a fe. applications tho hair stops coming of and you can't And any dandruff. A . Instantly stops indigestion, gas, sourness, heartburn or acidity. The moment "Papa's Diapep- sin"reaches the stomach all distress goes. As there Is often some one in your family who suffers an attack of indi gestion, acid stomach, dyspepsia or some form of stomach trouble, why don't you keep Pape's DIapcpuIn In the house handy? This harmless blessing will digest any tiling you eat without the slightest discomfort, and overcome a sour, gassy stomach In five minutes. Tell your pharmacist to let you read th. fnrmuln. nlalnlv nrlnted on tnese ! CO-cent cases of Pape's Diapepaln, then you will readily see wny 1; manes in digestion, sour stomach, heartburn, and other distress go in five minutes nn relieves at once such miseries as belcls1 ing of gas, eructations of sour undigest ed food, nausea, headaches, dizziness, constipation and other stomach din orders. Some folks have tried so 'ong to find relief from Indigestion and dyspepsia or ar. out-of-order stomach with the commor every-day cures advertised that they have about made up their minds that they have t,omething else wrong, or believo theirs is a case of nervousness, gastritis, catarrh or ON stomach or cancer. This, no doubt, is a serious mistake. Your real trouble Is, what you eat does not digest; Instead, It ferments and sours, turns to acid, gas and rtomacn poison, which putrlfy in the digestive tract and intestines, and, besides, poi son the breath with nauseous odors A hearty appetite with thorough gestion. and without the slightest comfort or misery of the stomach, uniting for you as soon ne you ctde to try Papo's D'apepsln. dvl HANDY STOMACH REMEDY TO HAVE ABOUT THE HOME