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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, FEBRUAHY 7, 1916.
- 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. The President and Mrs. "Wilson will ba tho honor guests at dinner this evening with tho Attorney General and Mrs. Gregory as hosts. This will bo tho first tlmo that Mrs. Gregory has been host ess for tho President, as thcro was no formal seiles of Cabled dinners last season, and two years ago the poit or Attorney General was filled by James Clarko Mcllcynblds, now Justice of the Supreme Coust. Mrs. Joscphus JianlcN was the cucst in whoso honor Mrs. John "Walker .Hol coyibo entertained at a buffet luncheon today at her residence. In Bancroft place. Thoso invited to meet Airs. Dan iels wore Mrs. William J I. Carter, Mrs. Albert L. Mills, Mrs. George Barnett. Mis. Paul Fltr.simmons. M'ta. William P. Wooteii, Mrs. David Gordon, Mrs. Thomas Washington. Mrs. Andrieus Jono, Mrs. John W. Foster, Miss Aniaryllla GUlctt, Mrs. W. W. Harts. Mi 8. Joim K. Shields, Mrs. William C. Gorgas, Mrs. Timothy T. Ansbcrry. Mi-s. Halrd. Mlsa Mary Temple, Mrs. Robln fon Downey. Mrs. Joseph Strauss. Mrs. A. L,. "Wlllartl. Mis. Adelulde Worth Uajjley, Mrs. Brinton tone. Mrs. Fran cois Forger Mm an, Mm. Thomas S. Orelghton. Mrs. Atlce Pomcronc. Mrs. Charles W. Andrews, of Jow Haven, Conn'..; Mrs. James llurlcv and Mra Holcoir.be's mother. Mrs. McQu.it. Tho decorations wtru of jonquils and pink roses. Airs. Holcombo will entertain at bridge tomorrow afternoon and again Thursday uftcrnoon. At thu second party Mrs. William H. Carter will be tho guest of honor. The Congressional ladles of Congress Hall will entertain at tea this after noon from 3 to 6 o'clock. They will re reive In the social hall of the hotel, which will bo elaborately decorated with tall palms and clusters of pink ioscs. forming an effective background for tho handsome gowns of tho host esses. A section of the Marine Band will play during the afternoon. Mrs. Champ-Claik and her daughter. Mrs. James M. Thomson, will head tho receiving line, and at tho tea table, which will be adorned by a silver vase fltled with KlUarney roses, the ladles of the Cabinet will do the honors. Mrs. McAdoo, wife of the Secretary of tho Treasury: Mis. Burleson, wife of the Posttnaster General: Mrs. Daniels, wife of tho Secretary of the Navy; Mrs. Houston, wife of the Secretary of Agri culture; Mrs. Rcdfleld, wife of the Sec retary of Commerce, and Miss Agnes I fart Wilson, daughter of the Secretory of Iabor. will preside in turn during the afternoon. Tho hostesses of the afternoon will be Mrs. Champ Clark, of Missouri: Mrs. J T. Robinson, of Arkansas; Mr. D. W. Shacklcford. of Missouri; Mrs. E. S. Chandler, of Mississippi; Mrs. II. T. Ralney, of Illinois; Mrs. J. T. Henln, of Alabama; Mrs. Lincoln Dixon, of In diana; Mrs. Tnore Sherwood, of Ohio; Mrs. J. A. M. Adair, of Indiana: Mrs. W. A. Ashbrook. of Ohio; Mrs. Charles fj. Ed wards, of Georgia; Mrs. Scott Ferris, of Oklahoma; Mrs. II. I God win, of North Carolina; Mrs. H. A. Barnhart, of Indiana; Mrs. Cyrus Cllne, of Indiana; Mrs. W. A. Cullop, of In diana, Mrs. D. M. Hughes, of Georgia; Mrs. E. T. Taylor, of Colorado; Mrs. J. S. Davenport, of Oklahoma; Mrs. J. J. Russell, of Mlssouil; Mrs. F. I.. Blarkmon. of Alabama; Mrs. J. F. Byrnes, of South Carolina; Mrs. D. J. McGIUIcudy. of Maine; Mrs. A. B. Rouse, of Kentucky; Mrs. T. L. Rube, of Missouri; Mrs. C. B. Smith, of New York, Mrs. J. M. C Smith, of Michigan; Mrs J. B. Aswell. of Louisiana: Mrs. W. W. Bailey, of Pennsylvania; Mrs. c H. Dillon, of South Dakota: Mrs. AVarrane Gard. of Ohio; Mrs. William Gordon, of Ohio; Mrs. Albert Johnson, of Washington; Mrs. Edward Keating, of Colorado; Mrs. William Kcttner. of California: Mrs. A. A. Krelder. of Penn-nvlvanla;-Mrs. Charles Lleb, of Indlina; Mrp. J. B. Thompson, of Oklahoma; Mrs. J. R. Walker, of Georgia; Mrs. J. Sterling, of Illinois; Mrs. K. B. Al mon. of Alabama: Mrs. R. P. Freeman, of Connecticut: Mr?. L. II. Halley, of AVashlngton: Mrs. AV. W. Hastings, of Oklahoma: Mrs C. B. Hllllard, of Colo rado, Mrs. D. IT. Klncheloe, of Ken tucky; Mrs. Myer Ixmdon. of New York; Mrs. C. N. McArthur. of Oregon: Mr. S. J Nichols, "f South Carolina; Mrs. W. J. Sears, of Florida; Mrs. I. V Hlllman, of Arkansas; Mrs. C. B. Tlmberlake. of Colorado; Mrs. L. E. Wheeler, of Illinois: Mrs. T. S. Wil liams, of Illinois; Mrs. W. R. Wood, of Indiana; Mrs. W. AY. Venable. of Miss issippi; Mrs. James "WIekersham, of Maska, and Mrs. R. C. McCulloch. of Ohio. The Minister of Sweden and JWme. FUengren entertained Informnllv at luncheon yesterday In comp'iment to the roval Swedish commisslone- to the .nn Franlesro Exposition and Mine. Hemstrom. who are at the Wlllard for a few days en route to Sweden. .- Mrs. James Wlllard Ragdale will bo t home tomorrow afternoon from .1:30 to 6 30 o'clock at Calumet Place. She will be assisted by Mrs. OUle James, Airs. Francois Berger Moran. Mrs. Henry D. Flood. Mrs. Harry Taylor, Miss Marv Temple, Mrs. Joseph Kuhn, Mrs. Godwin Rhett. of Charleston, S. C; Alls. Charlotte Capers, Miss Dorothy Dennett, and Miss Ruth Necly. Congressman and Mrs. P.agsdaln will be hosts ot dinner tomorrow evening, when the VJce President and Mrs Mar shall will be the guests of honor. .$. Mrs. William P. Borland was hostess at an Informal breakfast toda" nt her residence In Sixteenth street, entertain ing In compliment to Mis Dorothv Den nett and Miss Dorothy Brown, of Kan sas City. The table hod a graceful decoration of narcissus and daffodils and vaecs of the sapie delicate blossom lent n touch ot spring to tho drawing rooms, .;. The christening of Mr, and Mrs. Clar ence Hay'a young son. which took nlace it tne liome or senator nnu airs. James v ,v Avails worth Wednesday .afternoon. was one of tho Interesting events of Inst Wfiek. The baby was christened John Hay for his Illustrious grand father. The ceremony wa witnessed bv small company of guests, among thrm Airs. Payne Whitney, of New York, who was before her marriage Miss Helen Hoy. ? Alius Honr. sister of tho Into Con rressman Rockwood Hoar. Is occupying i lie Connecticut avenue tesldcnce which was the home of Mrs. Hoar, now Mrs. Fiederlek H Glllett CongreFsmnn and Mrs. Olllett are - tahllshed at 1522 Eighteenth street, whore Mr Glllett maintained a bache lor menage until his martlage Thanks BOUQUET COFFEE 25c a Pound Always Delightful and Dependable. N.W.BURCHELL 1325 FSt. N. W. ' giving Day to the widow of his col league. 2 - Mrs. Charles Boughton AVood will bo at homo Mondays In February. Re ceiving with Mrs. AVood will be her house guests, Mrs. James B. Mont gomery, of Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Al fred Uawes, of Toronto. .. Mrs. Charles S. Hamlin, wife of the governor of the Federal reserve boaid, will bo at home Mondays in February. -, - The Misses Temiow will receive In formally this afternoon from 4 to o'clock. Tho Sons of Confederate Veterans, Vf, will hold tholr monthly meeting at the Confederate Memorial Home, 1.122 Ver mont avenue, tuinoirow evening nt 8 o'clock. Ar. A. Coombe. historian, will deliver tho third of n. series of historical lec tures upon the subject "Discord and tho 'Htnr of Empire ' AVestern Expan sion and Attendant intcrsecUonal Jeal ousies to 13." after which there will bo rendered several musical numbers, and recitations. Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Peck, of Grand Rapids. Mich., have announced the en gagement of their daughter, Daisy, to Louis Seelbxch, jr., of Louisville. Mr. Seelbaeh, who is the son of Louis Seel bach, of Louisville, Is a graduate of Harvard La.v School, nnd Is connected with one ot the prominent law firms of uouisviiip. miss peon, who maao ner debut In Grand Rapids last vea Is the niece of Mrs I. A. Blodgett. Hor charming personality won her many friends among the younger set. Congressman Fred ,. Britten, of Illinois, who has traveled extensively In China, Japan, and the Philippines, will give a strcoptlcon entertainment and travet lecture at the Congressional Club early in March. He has a rare collection of pictures taken on his Eastern trip. Mrs. Richardson Clover, Mrs. William F. Draper. Mrs. Henry F. Dlmock, Mrs. Theodore Noves, Mrs. S. C. Neale, and Mrs. J. II. Hewson are among thoso who have taken boxes for the "Gypsy Prince," tho musical comedv which the Junior League of the city of Washing ton will present March 7 and 8. Some of the boxes for the second performance are still available. 4. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Butler had a few friends at their home in It street last evening, among their guests being Mme. Talbot Tournler. who gave an inter esting talk In French on the rqodern French authors. Mme. Tournler's Inter pretation of her subjects was most pleasing. At the conclusion of her de lightful talk & buffet supper was serv ed. ,. An interesting event of the week will be the bridge party, followed by tea and dancing, to ho held in the red room of the AVlllard tomorrow afternoon, for the benefit of Neighborhood House kindergarten. There will be cards from 2:20 until 5 and dancing from 5 to 7. Among the patronesses are Mrs. Champ Clark, Mrs. Christian Hcmmlck, Mrs. John J. White, Mrs. John C, Fre mont, Mrs. Charles J. Belt. Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. James M. Thomson, Mrs. Logan AVallcr Fage, Miss Sophio Siebert, Mrs. Meeker, Mrs. Cuno Ru dolph. Mrs. Gllson Gardnor. Mrs. Wal ter Tuckerman, Miss Ellen Vinton, Miss Frances Noyes. and Miss Beatrice Clover. , Among those who have engaged tables are Mrs. Chalmp Clark. Miss Helen Cannon, Miss Agnes AVUson, Mrs. William E. Borah. Mrs. Henry D. Flood, Mrs. James Patten. Mrs. Con rad Syme. Mrs. Timothy Ansberry, Mrs. vjlllam L. Marshall. Miss Flora AA'II son, Mrs. Jerry South, Mrs. William S. Corby, Mrs. George P. Odell. Mrs. John C. Fremont. Mrs. Logan Waller page, Mrs Christian Hemmlck. Mrs. John J. White. M'ss Sophie Siebert, Mrs, Meeker. Mrs. Cuno Rudolph. Mrs. Hnrrv AVoodvard. Mrs. Percy Quinn, Mrs. Robinson Downey. Mrs. Pcnn, Mrs. Thomas Gore. Mrs. James Reed, and Mrs. James Hurlev. , There will also be an exhibition and sale of articles mode In the Industrial department of Neighborhood House and the bridge prizes will be articles from the same department. Miss Agnes Hart Wilson, Mrs James M, Thomson, and Mrs. AA'llllam S. Corby are the commit tee on arrangements. - - The anti-suffrage bridge party to be held at the residence of Mrs. James AV. Wadsworth Wednesday afternoon will be one of the most successful affairs held by that organization. If the demand for tables he any cri terion. The following ladles have waj.sloane New York - WASHINGTON - San Francisco BEGINNING TODAY, OUR SPECIAL REMOVAL SALE OF FINE IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CARPETS In Over 100 Patterns and Colors and All the Leading Makes AT THE GREATEST REDUCTIONS EVER MADE In Washington on this class of Floor Coverings This sale is the result of a desire to reduce our stock prior to our Removal to 1508 H Street (opposite Hotel Shoreham), where we will occupy the entire building. The following values speak for themselves IMPORTED and DOMESTIC WILTON CARPETS Best Qualities; Regularly $3.75 yd.; DOMESTIC AXMINSTER CARPETS Best Quality; Regularly $2.50 yd. ; DOMESTIC BODY BRUSSELS CARPETS Best Qualities; Regularly $1.75 and $2.00 yd.; No goods sent 1412-14 H taken tables for the affair: Mrs. AVll lard Browuson, Mrs. C. C. Glover, Mrs. AV. A. Hammond. Mrs. Henry T. OxWrd, Miss Judge, Mrs. Charles AA". Fairfax, Mrs. James. E. Martlne, Mrs. Mahlon Pltnoy, Mrs. Nicholas L. An derson, Mrs. Htnkle, Mrs, Thomas T. Gaff, Mrs. John AV. AVeeks, Mrs.' Hangor, Mrs, DeAVJtt Talmage, Mrs. McMillan, Mrs. Charles L. FlUhugh, Mrs. Richard Harlow, Mrs. Ralph Jenkins, Mrs. C. L. Hussey, Mrs. C. A. Harlow. Mrs. Charles Perkins, Mrs. Cleveland Perkins, Mrs. MoDougal, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. Charles T. Hutchlns, Mrs. Arthur Wallace Dunn, Mrs. AVood, Mrs. Thomas Chatard, Mrs. Buchanan Merryman, Mrs. Mor gan Hill, Mrs. AVilllam Corcoran HID, Mrs. Allerton Cushman. Miss Tilts bury, Mrs. Hwager Hherley, Mrs. 'Jo seph M. Stoddard, Mrs. Nathan Wyeth, Mrs. J. Hamilton Lewis, Miss Patten, Mrs. Stephen B. Elklns, Mrs. Ells worth Bertholf, Mrs. Allen Lard, Mrs. Charlt McAllister, Mrs. Alexander Magruder, Mrs. AVilllam LltVauer, Mrs. Blunt, Miss Mary B. Adams, and Mrs. AVilllam AVheatley. The patronesses are Mrs. Robert Lansing, Mrs. Robert T. Lincoln, Mrs. Gist Blair, Mrs. Nicholas Anderson, Mrs. Wlllard Brownson, Mrs. Thomas M. Chatard, Mrs. Allerton Cushman, Mrs. Stephen B. Elklns, Miss Gwynn, Mrs. AVilllam A. Hammond, Mrs. Charles L. Fltzhugh, Mrs. Charles C. Glover. Mrs. William Corcoran Hill, Mrs. Charles T. Hutchlns. Mrs. Alex ander Magruder, Mrs. Edward Mc Cauley, Mrs. James McMillan, Mrs. Cleveland Perkins. Mrs. Mahlon Pit ney, Mrs. John F. Rogers, Mrs. C. Peyton Russell, Mrs. Joseph P. Sang er, Mrs. Phillip Sheridan, Mrs. Edwin J. Webb, and Mrs. John AV. Weeks. Mrs. Ida M. Downing and her daugh ter, Mies Eleanor Downing, of New York, will arrive In Washington to morrow and will stop at the Cochran for several days. t Mrs. Sankey Bacon, wife of Dr. Bacon, U. 8. N., who has been seriously 111 at Charleston. S. C, is slowly Im proving. Miss Etta Louise Tnggart. sister of Mrs. Bacon, is with her at Charleston. - Mrs. T. A. Baldwin, wlfo of Captain Baldwin, l S A., and her sister. Miss Katherlne Judge, returned to AVashlng ton Saturday from New York, where they have been for tho past fortnight. Miss Judge will return to New York to r.ttend a dinner danco, which Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bcale Dtvld will gtv on Tuesday evening, February tl. Mr. and Mrs. AA'altcr Filer, of San Finnclsco, will come to Washington Thursday to visit Capt. and Mrs. B-ild-wln, who will give a dinner In their honor on Friday night. Miss Gladys Hinckley will entertain at a luncheon In their honor on Saturday afternoon. MaJ Gen. W. AV AVotherspoon, U. 8. A., retired, and Mrs. Wotherspoon will como to AVashlngton at the end of the month to visit Capt. and Mrs. T. A. Bsfdwln. Mr. nnd Mrs Ernest Blgelow. Jr.. who are spending their honeymoon In Florida, will como to AVashlngton Feb ruary IS to visit Capt. nnd Mrs. T. A. Baldwin, en route to their home, in New York. Capt. and Mrs. A. M. Waton will gley a dinner February lfi at their nuar ters at the Marine Berracks In com pliment to Senator nnd Mrs. J. C. W. Beckham. -- Many notable folk visited the Cor coran Art Gallerv this afternoon to view tho notable exhibition of miniature not traits placed there by Alyn Will iams. P R. M. S.. R. B. A., founder and president of the Roval Socletv of Mini ature Painters of England In the col lection the miniature of Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. formerly Miss Alice Roose velt, probablv called forth more favor able comment than anv other. .. An Interesting newcomer to Washing ton Is Jules Charles Francois Blondel. the new attache of the French embassy. M Blondel was until recentlv attached to the Paris forelcn office. He was at the front when called to service In the French diplomatic corps. The bachelor members of the Iowa delegation In Congress entertained at dinner last evening In the red room of tho AVlllard, having aa their guests the entire membership of tho delegation, tho ladles of their families and sundry other prominent Iowa lis, a party of forty-three In all. The guest were seated at one long table, which was decorated with a panel of spring flow ers. The hosts were Congressman Gil bert N. Haughen, Congressman Charles A. Kennedy, Congressman Burton E. on approval or exchanged during this Sale. Street NW Items of Interest and Impor tance of Past, Present, and Future Among Official and Fashionable Folk. Sweet, Congressman Caaslus d. Dowell, and Congressman Frank P. AVoods. Owing to Illness Mrs. Percy E. Quinn, wife of Congressman Quln of Missis sippi, will not recclvo today. The officers and ladles of Fort Myer will give tho last of the four formal hops of the season In the administra tion buildings, February 29. - Mrs. Georgo AV. Roy, will not be at home tomorrow, as she 1s out of town, but will receive the remaining Tuesdays In February. Mr. and Mrs. Davfd Falrchlld were the guests of honor at a luncheon which Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Munroe gave yesterday at Klrklea, Cocoanut Grove, Miami. Later In the day Mr. and Mrs. Munroe entertained at n tea in compliment to Mrs. Percy Pennybacker. of Alutan, Tex., president of the General Federa tion of Women's Clubs. Miss Nona McAdoo, daughter of the Secretary of the Treasury, entertained nt dinner last night In honor ot Miss Elale Janls. ' Mrs. Russell B. Harrison will go to New York today to spend a few days, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Alvln Saunders, of Omaha. 4. Mrs. Lane, wife of the Secretary ot the Interior, who has spent a week In Atlantic City, will return to Washing ton tomorrow. Mrs, George T. Porter will Vecelve informally this afternoon and the re maining Mondaj in February. Assist ing Mrs. Porter today will be Miss Margaret Mlchle and Mrs. Henry U. Danrorth. ,. Congressman Joseph Cannon and Miss Helen Cannon will give a dinner of twenty-two covers this evening. Mrs. David Jayne Hill will be at home Informally this afternoon. , TtT . - Assistant Secretary of Agriculture and Mrs. Carl A'rooman will be hosts at din ner on the evenings of February 24 and 29. MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. George Barnett will entertain at a dinner February 19, when the honor guests will be the Bra zilian Ambassador and Mme. da Oama. Mrs. Barnott will receive Informally ut tho barracks this afternoon. Mrs. AValter A. Bloerdorn will receive today, when she will be assisted by Miss Kmma Washington and Miss Dor othy Dennett. The Mildred Lee Society. Children of the Confederacy, will give a A'al entlne maquerade partv on February 11, from R to 12 o'clock, at the Con federate Memorial Home, 13,'"2 Ver mont avenue. Mrs. Mavtd Howell Smith, nresldent of the Dltrlct di vision. IT. D. C will lead the grand march, escorted by one of the Con federate reterans. Miss M. V. Botts left AVashlngton today for New York city. V Rear Admiral and Mrs. Reginald Nich olson will entertain at a dinner Wednes day night, taking their guests later to the black-and-white ball at the Flay hou.ie. Mrs. Alexander Bentlev and her sister-in-law. Mrs. Perry Miller, will be at home tomorrow afternoon at their resi dence In Cathedral avenue. Mme. Yanes. Mrs. Henry Roosevelt, and Miss Emma Hltchlngs will preside at tho tea table. Miss Marie N; Sanner will be hostess at a dance tonight In her home In Co CASTORIA Fr Iafuts ud Cbildrea In U For Ovr 30 Years 4Jwajt burs tho 81gaatar of Gx&&M&6L Now $2.25 yd. Now $1.35 yd. Now $1.10 yd. Telephones Main 49095733 lumbia road, In compliment (o her house guests. Miss Evelyn Jarden and Miss Gwendolyn E. Taylor, of Camden, N. J, Tho house will be elaborately decorated with palms, various red and whlto flowers and red hearts, and other symbols of the valentine season. Thoro will bo about fifty guests, Including Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Sanner and Leo Chat nam, of Baltimore. Mrs. Arrooman, wife of tho Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, Carl Vrooman. will be at homo Informally this after noon, when sho will bo assisted hy Mrs. J. C. AV. Beckham. Miss Margaret Ureckcnrldge, and Mrs. AVilllam Butter- worth, of Illinois. .. Mrs. James Hamilton Lewis has gone to New York for a short visit. The dinner which Mr. and Mrs, TTnraee. AVeatcntt lincl nlanned to dve Thursday evenlntr has been postponed because of the Illness of Mrs. AVest cott'a mother, Mrs. John F. Rodgers, In New York. Mrs. AA'csicott is stiu wun Mrs. Rodgers, who has not Improved much since the operation for appendi citis which she underwent last week. At the time of her illness, Mrs. Rodgers was visiting Mrs. AVilllam B. Dlsston at tho Rltis-Carlcton. - Mrs. Lloyd W. Bowers, who Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Carhart. at tho Rltz-Carleton. In New York, will return to Washington today. v Mrs. Mendun R. Blumenberg will be at home Informally tomorrow at her apartment at the Highlands. Miss Lena Hitchcock, who Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. C. E. Perkins In In dianapolis, will return to AVashlngton at the end of next week. Miss Jamie Hcarln entertained at a bridge party on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. John W. Thompson was hostess at a bridge party Saturday afternoon. Medical Director James N. Flint, V. 8. N. of Stonelelgh Court, Is at Miami, where ho will make an Indefinite stay. Dr. and Mrs Cary Langhornn, who aro at Lake wood, N. J., were guests of Charles Lathrop Pack at tea at the Country Club Saturday. George von L. Meyer, who, with Mrs. Meyer, Is at Aiken. S. C. will leave there In about ten days for a visit in St Louts. . 4 Preparatlons are going on apace for the reception by the Congressional Club ,faruary 14 in rfmipllmciit to the President and Mrs. AVIIson. The deco rations will be In keeping with the spirit of St. A'alentlne Day, and the bouquet to be presented by the club to Mrs. AVIIson will be an old-fashioned nosegay In a paper lace holder, such aa the gallant of long ago presented to his lady on this sentimental anni versary. Only club members will be Invited to this function, and the list of guests is to bo submitted to the President for approval. Invitations are being Issued for a reception by the Congressional Club for Vice President and Mrs. Marshall and Secretary and Mrs. Lansing to be held February 22. Mrs. Harrle Craig Analey entertain ed at a beautifully appointed lunch eon today, one of a series which she has planned for the season. An artis tically arranged centerpiece of var ious vellow spring flowers adorned the table. Tho guest were Mrs. E. H. Tillman, Mrs. Ashton cjapham, Mr.. Harrv L. P.ust Airs. Richard Jack son, Mrs. John Paul Jones, Mrs. J. M. Oil p. Mrs. Jame Shclton, Mrs. Ed win Frank, of New Jersey; Mrs. J. It. Mohler, Mrs. AVilllam Breckenrldge Hester, nnd Miss Anne AV. Ansley. The luncheon will be followed by bridge. Mrs Ansley will be at home the last two Thurda;s In February. Mrs. William Bailey Lamar will re ceive Informally this afternoon. As sisting her will he Mrs. Claude Swan- New This Is The February Furniture Sale In Which the Prices and the Quality of the Goods Have an Appeal That Is Unequaled The Prices Are 10 to 40 per cent Below Regular This Beautiful Adam Brothers Bedchamber Suite In the popular ivory-enamel finish with the richly marked Circassian walnut tops and mahogany drawer bottoms with dustproof partitions. This is only one of the many fine designs and remarkable values we are displaying in the "February Sale. The February Sale prices are as follows: Dresser $40.00 Toilet Table $35.00 Chiffonier ........ .$37.50 Bed $35.00 Sift Windsor Chairs and Rockers, mahogany and fumed oak finishes. Chairs, $3.50 each. Rockers, $3.75 each. Sixth floor. G st. THE SUNDAY EVENING TIMES WASHINGTON'S BEST RESULT GETTER STONE IS BOOMED TO . PRESIDE AT ST, LOUIS Committee Meets Tomorrow to Ar rango for National Demo cratic Convcntion;in June. ST. LOUIS, Feb. 7. The committee on arrangements of the Democratic national committee, will meet in St Louis tomorrow to preparo for the na tional conventlbn here in June. A boom to have Senator Stone of Missouri mado temporary chairman was started today. Thomas Taggart, natlonl committee man from Indiana, was an early ai rlvol. Tggart, commenting on a dispatch that President AVIIson will try to havs his preparedness program adopted within the next thirty days, said It "could not be done too soon." won, Mrs. John K. Osborne, Mrs. WIN ton J. l.ambert. Miss Alice Shepard, and Miss Adelaide Heath. Miss Rosalie Spang will be among the dinner hostess of tho evening, entertain ing at tho Wlllard. where sho Is stop ping. Mrs.T. DeWItt Talmage will also entertain at dinner this evening. .. Mr. and Mrs. William Jennlnen nrv.n left Miami yesterday afternoon on a iwo-weeKS' inn to cane Sable with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Untcrmyer, of ew jorK. on ooaru tne yacht Osiris, which they have chartered from Mrs. Farauhar Ferguson. Yesterday mornlne Mr. Bryan conducted the open air Bible class of the, Presbyterian Ohurch in tho Royal palm Park, at Miami. Several hundred persons stood under the palm trees to listen to him. ! . Mrs. Melville K. Ingalls, sr., who. un derwent two serious operations In Cleve land last month, Is expected to leave the hospital there this Veck and come to Washington, where she will pass March, going to Hot Springs, Va., with Miss Gladys Ingalls about the 1st of April to occupy Boxwood Farm, Miss Ingalls' new place. Melvlllo E. Ingalls went to the Hot Springs Saturday from New York, and will pass several days there. Mr. and Mrs. Jose F. Oodoy, who have been with Mr. and Mrs. FranclBco Oodoy, went yesterday to New York to stop for a short time, before return ing to their home In Havana. i Mrs. Whltelaw Held will return to New York from London the first week in March. Senator and Mrs. James W Wads worth, Jr., will be the chief guests of Congressman and Mrs. Thomas B. Dunn at dinner February 18. WHY "ANURIC" IS AN INSURANCE AGAINST. SUDDEN DEATH Sufferers from Backache, Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble. Before an Insurance Company will take a risk on your life the examining physician will test the urine and report whether you are a good risk. When your kidneys get sluggish and clog, you suffer from backache, sick-headache, dizzy spells, or the twinges and pains of lumbago, rheumatism and gout. The urine Is often cloudy, full of seJmnt: channels often get sore and sleep Is disturbed two or three iiuici u night. This is the time you should consult some physicians of wide experience such as Dr. Pierce, of tho Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Send him 10c for large trial package of his new discovery "Anurlc." Write him your symptoms and send a sample of urine for test. Kxperlence has taught Div Pierce that York WASHINGTON Fumed Oak Dining February Sale IT'S YOUR LIVER! YOU'RE BILIOUS, HEADACHY. SICK! Don't stay constipated with -breath bad, stomach sour or a cold. Enjoy life! Liven your liver and "bowels tonight and feel fine. Tonight sure! Remove the liver and bowel poison which is keeping your head dizzy, your tongue coated, breath offensive and stomach sour. Don't stay bilious, sick, headachy, constipated and full of cold. Why don't you get a box of Cascarcts from the drug store now? Eat one or two tonight and enjoy the nicest, gentlest 11 er and bowel cleans ing you ever experienced. You will wake up feeling fit and tine. Cascarots never gripe or bother you alt the next day like calomel, paltn and pills. Thsy act gently but thoroughly. Mathers should slv.3 cross, sick, bilious or fever ish children a whole Cascaret any time Thev arc harmless and children love them. Advt. "Anurlc" Is the most powerful agent In uissolvlng uric acid, as not water melts sugar, besides being absolutely harmless and Is endowed with other properties, for it preserves the kldnes In a healthy condition by thoroughly cleansing them. Being so many times more active than llthla. it cleara the ncurt valves ot any sandy substances which may clog them and cTiecks the degeneration ot tho blood-vessels, as well as regulating blood pressure. "Anurlc" Is a regular Insurance ana life-saver for all big meat eaters ana those who deposit lime-salts In tfceli Joints. Ask the druggist for "Anurlc put up by Dr. Pierce, In 50-cerit pack ages. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Fellets for the liver and bowels have been favorably known for nearly 60 years. Advt. IE. Pari. Aahogany-finish Dining Chairs, with genuine leath er scats and box frame con struction. February Sale Prices, Side Chairs, $3.75 Each. Armchairs, $7.00 Each. Tables, correct mission designs. Prices, $15.00 to $40.00.