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ttH&wmmmitoxmm, WMWEAYrMAROH' & mm YTk '- ' . 'ttptfW lf t y ' , secondjumit fe aw-By WILSONS PBfllill inrw Hundred Guests Enjoy Classical Program by Noted. Artists. CONCERT IN- EAST ROOM Buffet Supper Fdllows in Taste- .fully Deoorated Dining 'Room. , The President and Mra. WlUon were host lt evening atthe second of tha erles of muslcalea with which they are following" their official hospitalities of the season. - The gueata, who numbered nearly 300, were received by the President and Mra, Wilson in the Ore'en Itoom. Col. W. W. Harts making: the presentations, and passed Into the East Room, where the proct-am was sjlvori. Mr. WlUon waa aaalated by Miss Mar Karat 'wlison, Mra. H. W. Boiling, and Mlaa Dolling-, her mother and slater, andV Stra'H. L. Hose, of Geneva, who, with Mr. Rose, Is a houae guest ' Mro.,' "Wilson wore a sown of rich black velvet with beading:, and her mother, Mra. Boiling, also wore black velvet. . Miss Bertha 'Boiling- wore a own' of white net, made over fleah-col-ored charmeuse, and Mra. Rose wore black satin brocade and net The artists were Louis draveure, baritone, with Francis Moore, at the piano; Mlaa Carolyn Beebe, pianist; Gustave LangonUs. clarinet, and Jaques Heriard, violoncello. Following the music the President and Mra.. Wilson led the way to the ato,te fining roorrt, where a buffet supper waa served. The drawing rooms, as well aa the dining, room, were tastefully deco rated with spring flowera. Tho program opened with a duo by Weber played by Mlaa Beebe, and Gus tave ttangenua, Mr. Graveure, with Mr. Moore at the piano, followed with a group of.aongs Including selections from "Herodtade." Miss Beebe played again with, Mr.. Renard, and Mr. Graveure gave a aecond charming group of songs. The program closed with a, brilliant performance of Mosaxt'a trio In E flat major with Mlaa Bebee at the piano, Mr, Langenua, clarinet, and Mr, Renard, violoncello. - 'Miss Brooks Guest. Mra. Richard Kearney la entertaining Informally at bridge this afternoon at lier apartment in the Toronto' In com pllment to Miss Dorothy 'Brooka, whose marriage to Meut. William Henry Jlolcotnbe. Corps of Engineers, will take place next Wednesday. Mlaa-' Brooka was 'also the honor' guest ai luncneon yesterday.-with Mlaa Dorothy, Wyeth. who will be one of her bridesmaids' aa hostess. The gueata Included Mlaa Dorothy Taylor, Mlaa Dorothy Adams, Mlaa Marie Peary, Mlaa Eugenia Holcombe, Mlaa Helen McCumber. Mlaa Frances Eff Inger, Mlaa Mary Irwin and Miaa Antoinette' Itay, all members of the bridal-party, ' ' . ' ., The Bpeaker and Mra. Clark ehter-talned'-'at luncheon' yesterday In the Hpeaker'a private dining room In compliment to Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Ar thur Murray. There were twenty-two guests, among them Congressman and Mrs. William . Gordon, Congressman and Mra. Jewett Shouse, Congressman and Mra. Charles R. J)avls, and Mr. and Mra. Harry N. Price. Testerday afternoon Mra. Clark waa theitjrueat of Madame Oaalp Oabrllo wltch at the- Boston Symphony con cert for .which Mr. Gabrllowltch waa soloist. Madame Gabrllowltch, who waa Mlaa Clara Clemens, daughter of Mark Twain, la an old friend of the Speaker and Mrs. Clark. Attend Symphony Concert. Mrs. Woodrow Wllaon nccupled a box nt 'the National yesterday af trrnoon for the last concert of the season by the Boston Bymphony Orchestra. Her guests Included Mrs. Albert Kid nejj. Burleson, Mlaa Asnea Hart Wilson, Mfis Bertha Balling. Mra. William Hit and-Mlaa Edith Bcnhnm. The German arnbasandor entertained In the adjolntncr box. his uvest Includ ing Princess Hatzfetilt, Baron Schoen, and Mlaa Harriet Eoutherland. Lruly Sprlnj?-Rlce, Countess Ccllere , and Thomas 6nrlr.g-Rlce were mieata of Mra. "William Crorler. In her box. Mra, Marshall Field had ft nartv in one or HiOrBtago boxes, including Mra. Oconro Hbwarti. Mlaa Pcrln. Iinwrftnce Town nend ard I,awrence Townnd. Jr. Mis. Dald F. Houston. Mra. Olnrenr.e Wll aon and' Mrs. J. Mandevffle Carlisle xct-TA anion? the cilcata 'In Mra Cal- rleron Carlisle's box, Mrs. I. T. Mnnn had gueata with her. nmnnc them Mra. 8. C. Neale. Mra. Preston Glboon en tertained k party In" Mra. McMillan'" box, Ml" 8hcridar. and tllii Todd being among thorn. Mr. and Mrs. Llsner en tertained a box pnity. Amomr tlhfrs In the udler.c wrei Mrt John' Blair, Mine. Tan". Gordon Crnwfolrd. ' Mrs. Bfvnr'v Wl'llamson, Mr. David Juyiif Hill. Mra Tn BcK Wendell, Mra. Frederick Onln. MIm Valerie PadMfoTd. M-a. Prcalov M. nixey. Mrs. .Tame! Harlan, the THirklah rnnnr d'Affalrs and M. Hmselti Rey."Rear Admiral n Mr. Clover. , ihe Pv. and Mra F. Ward T)enye. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dnimlsx Mra. Henry Tfrown. ' Cotuwnw" Towner. Mra. Chftrlex H. Wilrtt. Mr John Bl.lille. Mlaa 'n'nla" 8rgcnt. Mr nd Mra. Oerg" P. Fi'atl". 'ra Nicholas nrt.r aon. Mra. Pnrov Quln, Mr nnH Mra wrank JtceMde. Mrs. Vlr "fniifrni-itin. Mia France Noyca, nnd Jdra. Walter Tuckerman. j M'aa Pornhy Brooka. whoae mnrrlae 1o l.l)it Henry HolpomV"", V R. A., will take pla.ee oniMrch 22. will be tha 1'onor ret at the ilnnr whlrh Mlaa Helen M-Cur-her win irlve thia evn 1"g at the Ch"vv C.hi Club. Mlaa Mary Brown will he hosteaa at a din ner at the rlub thla evenlnr In comnll mept to Mra Cown. of tlnrfford. Conh. Othera who' wIM s-lv dlnnora nt the clllli tonla-ht will ha Maj. and Mr. Ttobert u. P(4teraon. Harn' Meem, Mr. and Mra. Howard. Tt'ealde, Mr. and Mr. Horace Waatcott. Mr. nnd Mra. John J. Rorrera. Mr. and Mra. Claranre Ainln fiII, Mr. and Mra . J. O. O'T Aitrhlan. Copimandar and Mra. William D. Tahy, T.lnutenant Thompson, Mra. Mo Kwan Pruyn. Cnnareaaman and Mra. Oeocge W. FalrrhlM. Mlaa Dorothea Owen, Dr. and Mra. H P Hnfnror, and Judge and Mra. Dan T. Wright. Mrs. William C. Redflold went to New York this morning to remain until Sat urday. Mls nedfleld. of Plttafleld. Maaa.. who la yhltlng Secretary, and Mra. Redfleld, will be b,ere' a fortnight longer. The Counselor of the State Depart ment and Mra, Polk will entertain at an Informal dinner thla evening In com pllment, to their houae gueata. Ttfr. and Mrs. Edgar 8cott. of Philadelphia. WILL GO T0 aaia.l..aliiaaiaiaiaiaiaiiaiaiaiaHV Saa.a...i...ii...H BaataalBalBSaaBBalBalBalBalBaBaBlBBS. ' VJ', ' aBaaalBalBaHaaBBBBliBBBlB bbbbhabbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbflal ""' - ' ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb " bbbbbbbbbbbbBBHbbbbbbIbHbbbbbW'' bbbbbbbbbBbbbbbbbbbbI BbbbbbbbbbbbBBbbbbbbbbbbfJ? 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Madame Ohta is. one of -the most popular Tf the younger women of the diplomatic corps. . She will ' accompany her husband to Mexico, where he,will'be charge d'affaires of : the Japanese legation, and her absence will .leave a. decided gap in Washington society. They expect to leave for, New. Yor k, March 20. Birthday Party Mrt. Guy W. S. Castle At Walker Homel Gives Bridge Party ' " v Major, and Mra. T- V.' Walker, of Mra. Quy W. S. Caatle.. wife of Lleu Seventcenth atreet,. were hoaU at a re- tenant Caatle, U. S..N... entertained In ception last ovenlnff, the occasion belna; the 'eelfcbratlori bf ' Major- Walker'a blrtKday annlVertaVy. There waa mualcal and literary pro gram nnd a feature of tho evenlno- waa the orlRinal. poeihV ddlcated.,to Majpr Walker, compoacd and read by Mra. Walker. .y .... XrZtXTtoToZ forJH-tor Burkett of Nebra.k... hnit i th event.-. will remain. over the next week end. ' . -! Mra.,aeore von L. Meyer entertained at u moonlight picnic aupper laat even ing In Aiken, a. C, 'In. compliment to Mlaa -JullaMeyer'a eUeat, Mlaa Kdlth Deacon., Addresses Junior Pames. Copt.'1 Guy 'Gaunt, naval attache at the British embaaay.Ja.ln Jfew York, where he made, an address lasV'evcnlns before the Junior Colonial Dames of America. Henry Llppltt Haa 7olned hla father, Senator Henry F.' Uppltt, In ralm Beach. Senator and Mra. Wadaworth enter tained at dinner laat evening In com pliment -to Mra. Vadsworth'a sister, Mra. Payne Whltnfcy. of New York. Mra. Whitney- left -Washington this morning" for Palm lUcach. The Misses Burleson will entertain at dinner Friday evening before the Fri day evenlno; dance.i Miss Callle Hoke Smlp wilt also have guests at dinner before the dance. T H E" Spend "25 cents I "Dandruff disappears and hair stops coming out. ,- Try this! Hair gets.beautiful, wavy and thick in . Vv few moments. i If you care for heavy ualr. that gltatena with beauty and la radiant with lite; haa all Incompnraoie aoftneaa and ,ia nuffy and lustrous, try Dan derlne. Juat one application doubles the beauty of your hair, bealdca It Immedi ately dissolves every particle or dan druff; you cannot havo nice, heavy, healthy hair It you have dandruff. Thla destructive scurf, robs tha luilr or Ha luatre,.lta strength and Ita very life, and ,',lf n-jt overcomo it produces it reverlshnckW, and Itching of the scalp; the hair roots,. famish, in.m and die: then the 'hair falls out fast. , if., your hair haa been neglected and In thin: faded, dry. acairrrv np inn nu 'get a 2J-ccnt, bottle of IvnbSwtoii'a Dan' aenne bi ny, uru aiora or toilet counter; apply a little aj directed and ten minutes after you win 'say thla was the beat lnatment you ever made. We .sincerely believe, regaidlesa of eeV'thlng. else tidvertlasj.l that If you desire aott. lustrous, beautiful hair und lota of it no dandruff no ltchlm; scalp and so more' falling hair you rW use Knowlton'a Dandarina. If eventu allywhy not now.7 Adyt. .. . . , . SAVE YOURHAIR ANDBEAUTIFY WTH DANDER1N MEXICO ClTY formally at brldce yesterday afternoon" Presiding- at'tha tan taAe later In the nuernoon-were'Airsi ituanray ana Mlla Alice Shepard. -. . . - - Mra.' Wilbur M. JelTrejs la entertain1- ing at bridge today In honor of Mlaa Leanore Burkett. daushter of former Uf. E. H. H. Old. 17. fl. K.. anil Mr- Old Will be hoata at djnner at the Army - Mr. and Mra. Charles Westmoreland Carr, of Birmingham, who have been In New York, will reach Washington to day. Mr. Carr will go on to Birmingham, but Mra.. Carr will remain In town for aome weeks' aa' the gueafof Mr."'and Mra.-Joaeph' Kerr" Maxwell. H. Anthony J)yer, haa come to Wah- ingion irom u'roviaence to paaa a week, .Electric Percolators . in various styles and sizes; made in solid .copper with heavy nickel finish, which will not tarnish or wear out. The coffee is ready a. few minutes after the current is turned on. be teen ply Store 14th and C Sts. T MARSHALLS Birthday Cefebration of Vice President Is i Culminated With Dinner. The celebration of the Vice Prealdent'a birthday, which began with the receipt of a note of congratulation from the President and Mra. Wllaon and con gratulatory calls from membera of the Senato and other official, culminated laat evening In the dinner which the Brazilian Ambassador and Madame da damn gave In honor of Vice President and Mra, Marshall. The details of the celebration In cluded a (arge birthday -cake with "Juat alxteen" gleaming candles, and a large Jack Horner pie, which waa covered with red and white carnatlona-the .In diana State (lower. A Hawaiian orchestra played. The KuesU Invited to meet Vice Preal dent and Mra. Marshall were the Mln ,.',ter-?rVr.uP,,,yf "nd Madame de.Pena, 5In' gcmlnld, the Minister of Venexuela the Mln sterof Salvador and Madame Zaldlvar, 'the Secretary of the Navy and, Mra. Daniels, Mr. and Mra. John K. Osborne, Conaxeaaman and Mra. John Jacob Rogers. Wr. and Mra, lwla Nixon, of New York; Mra.i Lloyd Bow era, Mlaa Iaabel May, Mlaa Lucy Bur leson, Mr. and Mra. Horace Weatcott, Mlaa Helona Elliott. Mr., and,, Mra, oung-Smlth, Mlaa Young-Smith',' Reg inald Huldekoper, Donald Hearn Cowl, of New York; O. B. Wheeler, of New York;- Mr. Oordllho, of the embassy, and -Morris n. Volck. -- . Invitations Recalled. Owing to the death of! Senator Ben jamin F. Shlvely of Indiana, the Vice Frealdent and Mra. Marshall have re called the Invltattona for the dinner they were to have given at the Wlllard this evenlnir for the Russian Ambasaa dor and Madame Bakhmeteff, and for the dinner party they were 'to have en' teriainea mere tomorrow evening tor i.io British Ambuasador and Iady Spring It ice. Arrive at Fort Myer. CapU 'and Mra. Thomaa Worthlngton Hollyday are the lateat arrivals at Fort M'yer, coming from Captain Hollyday'a former post In the Philippines. Captain Hollyday, aa the new quar termaster, succeeda Captain Sturgea, who took command of the remount sta tion at Front Royal the first of March, ! Mr. George P. McLean will be at home tomorrow afternoon at her resi dence, 1S20 New Hampshire avenue. - Mr. and Mra. Beale R. Howard, who have been In Atlantic City for the past ten deya, expect to return to Washing ton Baturday. - To Join Captain Wilby. Mra. Francis Bowdltch Wllby. who haa been with her parents, Col. and Mra. William C. Langfltt, at Savannah, will arrive In Washington tomorrow on her way to Weat Virginia to Join Cap tain Wllby. Mra. Wilby and her email eon will be the gueata of Capt. and Mra. John Hodgea at Washington Barracks. Mr, and Mrs. dllbert IT. Groarenor entertained at dinner last- evening" for Mlaa Kathcrine .ovnie. ineir xnesu being Mlaa Katharine Covllle, Mlsa Ger trude Greely, Mlsa ICathertne Hill. Mlsa Margaret Lamer, Mlaa Xenalda Mer jlam, Mlaa Prentice, AYIlllam n. Beekj Mr. Conrer. Lieut. John Oreelv. Mr. 'Johns. Jnmea B. LocUwood.. Robert Stead. andrPr. and Mra. Udvlrt A. Uroa venor. - - i Go on Gulf Trip. Mr. and Mra. Ears Anderson left Miami yesterday aboard their house bout, the Roxana. for the Gulf of Mex ico. They will atoD at Key West. Tarn pa. and New Orleans, and will go from there to New York by train. .4 . Senator Colt left Washington yester day for New York, where he will be at the Plata Hotel for aeveral daya. Frederick H. Paine, who haa been visiting In Washington, left yesterday ror Newport. -4.- Mlaa Julia Strong la making an ex tended atay at the Rldgewood, In Day' tona. BRAZILIAH Hi V HOST-ID -Wr- A Perfect Breakfast including perfect coffee and perfect toast electrically, prepared right on the table by means of the Electric Percolator and the Electric Toaster. Electric Toasters make delightfully crisp, gold-' en toast fresh, hot and appe tizing, juSt as you want it. These Toasters are sightly enough , to grace any table. Quick, clean and effective. Electric Pefcolatori and Electric Toaster nuv in our showroom, or at any Electrical Sup- in the city. lVMELOTIFtWER IRS. DAY LUNCHEON ' PARTY'S HOSTESS Gives. Second of Series of Two Funotions to Distinguished Guests. M'rs, Rufua Day entertained today at the aecond of two luncheons she has given thla week. Her gueata Included Mra. Jooephua Daniels, Mrs. Welling ton Koo, Mrs. Atlee Pomerene, "Mrs. Claude Swanaon, Mra. OUIe. Jam,-Mrs. Warren G. Harding. Mrs. Thomas' R. Dunn, Mrs. John E. Oaborne, Mrs, Al bert Mills, Mlaa Helen Woodrow Bones; Mrs. William Marshall, Mme. Yanea. Mra. W. Mitchell, Mlaa Lansing, Mlsa Kate Lansing, Mra. Robert Peary, Mrs, !SV W. Harts, Mrs. T, T. Andsberry Mrs, Victor Kauffmann, Mrs. Hampson Gary, and Mrs. Joseph Folk. Mrt, Thomas Walt Gregory was the honor guest "at the luncheon which Mrs. Samuel Huston Thompson gave today. There were ten guests. A large centerpiece of pink roses adorned the table. ' - Gosttrtne HscitaL Mlsa Elisabeth Reealde (Mrs. Victor WhlUlde) will give a costume recital at the Congressional Club Friday at 4 o'clock." At the tea, which will follow; Mrs. Calvin D. Paige" and Mrs. C F. Revls win preside at the table and those as sisting In the dining) room will be "Mrs. Adolph Meyer, Mra. Francis G. New lands. Mra. J. M. Nelaon, Mrs. Samuel J. Nichols, Mrs. John I. Nolan, Mrs. George W. .Non-la. Mlaa Mary Norton. Mrs. P. Davla Oakley. Mra. George T. Oliver, Mrs. James S. Parker, Mrs. James II. Patten. Mra. A.. J. Peters. Mra. Henry T. Ralney, Mra. C. W. Ramaever. Mra. C. u. n.nrttt Mr. "Randolph R. Rapley. Mra. R. B. San-. rprd. Mra. jamea Brown Scott. Mrs. Thomas J. Scully, Mra. Henry W. Bey- mour, Mra. w. J. scara, and Mr. A. C. Shallenberger. , Williams Taylor. Mlaa Grace Edna Taylor, daughter of. Mr. and Mra. Eliaha P. Taylor and Edward l'rarce Williams, of North Carolina, will be married at 8-30 o'colck tnla evonln- at tho Church of the Cove nant, which will be elaborately deco rated wlnth palms, ferna. and a variety of aprlng llower of all colors. Dr. S. H. Green, of the Calvary "Jap list Church, will perform the ceremony, nnd will be aaalated by Dr.v Charlea Wood, of the Church of the Covenant. The bride will be piven in marriage by her father, and will be gowned In Ivory white aatln trimmed with tulle, pearls and real oranga bloaaoma aent from Florida. The gown haa a long court train and will bo caught to the hair with the oranso blossoms. She will carry a shower bouquet of Jonquils. ..Mlaa Mary Jacobs, of Maine, will be the maid of honor, and will wear a gown of nlle green taffeta mad with flounncea of silver laca and trimmings of tulle. Her. bouquet will b of Queen Beatrice rosea. ' Mlaa Margaret Edmonston. one little flower girl, will wear a dainty "white lace f reck 'over pink allk with ribbons' of ntnk. .whiter Mlaa Dorothy Buffum. the other flower girl, will wear 'a almllar frock over blue with blue ribbons. They nill, boj.h carry basket filled with, a a 'John Jayne will act aa 'beat' man? wnue.ine .uanera win inciuae is. .ts. Sweet, Ben 8. Favorite. Walter Tay lor and R. H. Hutchinson. ' Both Mlaa Taylor and Mr. Wllllnms are membera of the evenlnsr choir-Of the Church of the CovenanVrAfldtln honor of 'the occasion tha wedding music will be by the choir UriderUhft direction of" Prof. Sidney Lloyd. Burchell's "Bouquet" Coffee ZtD'ib. Always Satisfactory N. W. BURGHELL 1335 F Mam 7260 Please Wrlghtson, .with Maryey.i Murray i hi- uratan -ine mi fUfi and The musical program" will begin at DO contlnus untlL ther bride antera the church, when the choir will Inr the yeddlng march. They )o alna When the weddlnar n rill So alnar when tha wcHillnir nnrlv m 'Wio, cnurcn. A reception will, folldw .the cere mony at. (hit hum. nt ha VirtAm Tim drawing. rooms anddMnlnx rooms 'will uoraraa win paims ana various SDrlnar fiowata In vt ahftnii.nM i.i.. In the, evening when the young 'couple ..". W ", exienaea weaaing trip, the bride, will wear a gray taffeta frock made with trlmmlnga of chan Jllly lace -and coral colored velvet. A gray peke.atraw bonnet and a coat of blue brocaded cloth trimmed w.lth white fur will complete the coalume. Upon their return, the youna; cou- EJ!n,"LreJ,I. In Isabella apartn neu!a In Newton street. . Bathing Suits No Longer; V Netk and Tight Fit O. K. ALAMEDA. Cal., March 15,-Bathlng auits are not to be lengthened Ala meda. 7 The'cltv council, In passing the Wll-1'ln- ordinance, took the 'ruffles and the" 'skirts, the mantles, that have -been conjured' In the mental pictures of the Alameda swimming girl for this year and flguratlVCly'tdsaed them into the bay. ' . "Wo are 'not swing to have bathing julls any longer;" says Councilman yiklna. "that -is. our bathing suits hren't .going to be any loager." Last vear the Airmeda'councll passed on ordinance . decreeing that women ahould wear, bathing idlts that reached from the shoulder to the' knee. Those who munched. peanuts on the Alameda beach whl to' the' procession of bathers tiled past knew that the ordinance was never 'enforced. "The chief of police told me." says WJlklns, explaining the real reason for the newrmeaaure. "that he waa going (i"lf the bathers observe the law. That Isfwhy we drew anew one. It may ouna ostnerwife. but what it ineana'la tthat- hiaint win v...... .- &EV-ffi"iH!M il '? .0inv ... . w. imno iiib, nna.au .n rest will go on as ever". PhfneSe 'Rebels Planning roriAttack'on Luchnw i i . . Serloua revolutionary fighting In Yun- !).n.-pJ0Jin.S'' cJ?ln'rebl P'nn" 'or an attack on Luetrow, and trouble at' Chi Chiang are, reported in a Navy Departt tntnt meaaage today. V ' iSDXuTe ot Ful y aovernment Tpoofcwarb & otbrop Nw York WASHINGTON Paris Get One of These "Wear-Ever" Aluminum Pans at 23c Less Than Half Price, And Learn Alt About How to Use Aluminum t . During this Special Sale of "Wearier" Aluminum Sauce. Pans at 23c each) the one-quart' size which, is reg ularly priced at 50crwe will have 'arT experienced dem onstrator from the factory who will be able to tell you much. , She will impart to ,you any informati6n you want. She will tell you many things about "Wear-ever" Aluminum that you do not know. She will tell you how to use it to get thfc'best results and-how-to clean it easily and well. "Wear-ever" Aluminum is durable and lasting; it is easy to cook with; it is: remarkably durable; it doesn't rust; it will last for an indefinite time longer than any other cooking ware. Aluminum Ware does not burn foods nearly so easjly as. othen utensils, and when food is burnt in it the utensil is not ruined or even harmed in the slightest degree. , You should, tiy all means,' get one of these pans ai this.special sale...' We have all the other articles, too Sauce r?aris, Tea Kettles, Bread 'Pans, Cake Pans, Pie Pans", Baking Pahs, 'Preserving Kettles, Roasting Pans, Dippers Spoons, Rice Boilers,- Double B6ilers, in fact, every kind of a kitchen article for, cooking.. It' is riot the cheapest in matter of cost, .but it will be f he; cheapest in the end because of great length of service-it- affords. i .Fifth- floor." r Street. " ... , Three Special Valties iti Glass and China Fancy Colonial Flower Baskets, special, $1.00 each 7-' inch size and 1 1 inches high; cut in a light floral design or flow er and foliager effects.- . Glasi Cheese and Cracker Dishes, $1.25 complete. These consist of footed comport for cheese and lo-inch plate grooved in center to hold comport. -Bordered with a rery artistic light tUl HUlitl'tlllU IUII4C iJA.SClll. Fancy Importeal CIAmi, 4c each. Sugar and Cream Sets, Mayonna(se Bowls,v Olive and Bonbon Dishes, in various shapes, artisticdlfy decorated in numerous floral patterns. The quan tity is limited and the usual prices would be one-third to one half more,. ' Fifth floor. "G atreot. I ' ' ' -A ' " " ' i ' '" " ' ' ' i..S I BH Hn ! 1!1I1H. x ifliMWtiliig BfrlHBB-P E-HraHN-iai-aaalrVjll II HftlHHi1Bi! BARRACKS SCENE OF LUNCHEOH m Mrs. George Barnett Is Hostess of Wives of. Marine Corps Officers. Mrs. George Barnett, wlfo of the com mandant of the Marine Corps, was hostess at luncheon today at her quar ters at the Marine Barracks, entertain ing for the wives cf a number "of thfi officers of the Marine Corps stationed In .Washington Mra. Barnett' was aaalated by her sis- tr. Mrs. Charles Phillips Hill, and her guests were Mrs. Charles Doyen, Mra. John a. Lejeune, Aire oeorge uicnaraa, Mrs. Dion William. Mrs. Rufua H. Lane, Mrs. Charles It. Sanderson. Mrs. Henry L. Roosevelt, Mrs. W. C. Harllee, Mrs. Alexander M. Watson. Mrs. It. C. Relalnger, Mrs. S. N. McClellan, Mra. Kugene P. Kortson, Mrs. Greene. M,ra. Trice. Mrs. Philip Torrey Mrs. William H. Itupertus, Mrs. Oeofgn K. Shuler. Mra.-Jesse F. Dyer, and Mrs James J. Meade. ' Luncheon waa "served In the sUn 'par lor at two tables decorated? with jsprlng bloaaoms, the rolor acheme of one being yellow, and of the other pink. Saw Wood, Play Violin, With Artificial Hands , PARIS, March -15 Two" new typea of artificial arms with hands are shown at the Academy of Science. v , One is for "heavy work, with; flngera like claw of a- tobsttr." The other haa articulated ftngera. enabling the' hand to reproduce IOBeIrt the action of natural fingers. . , . . Succesaful experiments were made In the preaenco of members rof the acad emy by two men. each of. whom had I oat an arm. One of them sawed through a, beam of wood without dif ficulty, and the othor. played a violin. i Man Hurfr by Fall Jamea 'Lynch; cofored," ofl Cedar Heights,- Md... fell- from. th Lincoln Memorial building. In. Potomac Pork, late yesterday. Ho la at Emergency Hospital with a broken ahoulder. X 4flaLH'n HI I NEW YORK. SUITES OF ALL SIZES . AT VERY AnRAGTIVE PRICES HALF A BLOCK FROM FIFTH AV AT MADISON AV. AND aTH '5T. Central of Erarythtogi Just Awaj froaa tka Nets. Reoms with Bath, for Twe, $3 Per Day Up. Siagle'Rooms, $1.50 Per Day. 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