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- THE WASHINGTON TIMES'. SUNDAY, JANUARY '7, 1917. ' I eJEAN EMOT LETTBR DEAR SUSAN: Did you ever stop to think how much of Its ofncial gay- -efy Washington owes to what may be called the younger set" of the Admin istration? The Counselor of the State department and Mrs. Frank U Polk . entertained at dlnneer for the Japa- ncse ambassador and the Secretary ot the Navy and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt had a dinner for the Secre tkry of the Navy and Mrs. Daniels, I promised to attend In Oriental char 7F . . . i r. - Af Awtf.til. acter. and lust as nuinv nf th nthr tne .Assistant, dkuuuj " ir onrl 'Mrs. Houston as nouur r. gesU at a brilliant dinner party, Mrs. Ofarles Warren gave a luncheon, small, but very chic, for the Hon. Mrs. Jfchn Lyon all within the past week. And so it goes. While none of the members of President Wilson's .Cab inet shirk their social duties, they are not, with a few exceptions, much given to frequent or elaborate enter taining and it falls to the lot of the undersecretaries to keep the official season up to its proper standard of brilliance. : Capital Boasts Brilliant Group- la Ofelal Set. 'Fortunately the Administration boasts in the, William Phillips, the Aridrew Peters, the Polks, the Hamp spn Garys, the Carl Vroomans, the Charles Warrens, and as many others of the 'lesser cabinet" as brilliant and - engaging a group of young statesmen apd diplomatists and their women folk -aa have graced the Capital In a decade. Many of the assistant secretaries are njen of means, most of them have aHsf.ocra.Uc family connections and. they are nearly all blessed with wives who know the social game, with its underlying currents of politics and. diplomacy, and play it with zest and enthusiasm. ? With the exception of the functions for which these young people have been responsible, most of the enter taining In Washington In .the past -vieek has been of an unofficial char acter. And none of the parties, de butante teas, dances, or the rest, have aroused as much Interest as the Nevtl Hopkins' really unique-an perfectly thrilling dinner dance. jAfter all. Sue, they did capture a. real Oriental and .some Oriental he wias, too for their China wedding an niversary. By the way, what's the serial number of the China anniver sary? They tell me It's the twen tieth, but knowing Mrs. Hopkins I'm sure that can't be true." 5 - Guest All Mystlaed By Celestial Personage. Lao Tse Muh Ta, the celestial per sonage received with the host and hostess. He was marrelously array ed, and one glance convinced every body that he was no impersonator. T)ie mystified guests, who. bad been bidden to meet him, had generally pre sumed that his Mongol, eminence, would be impersonated by Df. Alfred Hopkins, the hoitf s brother, who is awfully clever at that sort ot thing. But no, Mr. Lao was there in propria persona rery propria and he proved, one of the cleverest entertainment features anybody has Introduced. Everybody agreed that it was alto gether the most distinctive and effec tive fancy party for some seasons. The mystery of Lao isn't yet solved. We are assured that he is a Chinese gentleman of quality, has traveled in this country some years, and is a not ftfele at borne la Peking. During the dinner be sat at a special throne at. ose end of the 11 fct'ary, where the dinner waa served. Ha spoke very good English, and was attended by little Frances Hopkins in a Chinese costume. The waiters, also -thoae familiar ones from Kauscher's Been at all functions were done up to Chinese togs and entered complete ly Into the spirit of the affair. Their Suppressed amussment at the appear see of their comrades In such unac customed grandeur was screamingly fCn&ny Between the course a ship's bell was rung, and then Dr. Hopkins Would gather up slips on which each guest Jad written a question. These were passed on to the Oriental guest of honor, who through a megaphone answered the questions. The an jwera were all the way front tre mendously clever to wonderfully knowing; everybody recalled Anna Eva Fay, and there was a revival of all the wonderment about "how they do it" I give it up. Mors- occultism was demonstrated when the man darin he must have been perform ed some wonderful mathematical "stunts," such as Instantaneous add ing of proflglously big sums in fig ures on a blackboard. Two-Hlantes Speeches Add Splee To Affair. After the dinner, which was a very complicated affair, and' was managed with a remarkable smoothness that did eminent credit to the skill of host and hostess, there were two ' minutes speeches by the guests. Everybody was compelled to speech ffv. I truess. except Randall Hagner; they simply couldn't extract a word from him. The prlre'tor the cleverest talk went to Mrs. Reeve Lewis, a handsome framed Chinese print. Some r 01 tne oilier especially ikm "' nrre bv Mrs. Barnett, Mrs. Baker, and John Remey. Jack Siebert, as toastmaster, was In particularly good form, he bubbled with cleverness "all the way." as they say at Juarez and Bowie. I mustn't forget, too, that Bob Elmore put in a delicious Imper sonation of Louis juann laiKinu through a telephone. The actor wouldn't have known it wasn't him self. Xo Beaux Arts Ball, ' Is Edict .This Season. No Beaux Arts ball this season! That's definitely decided, to the great regret of everybody who was there iast year and the year before. And Jn consequence interest is concen trated in the gorgeous Oriental ball which the Junior League is giving jit Rauscher's on January 23. AU sorts of delights are promised "for that evening. To Mortimer Clarke has been intrusted the task of intro ducing the proper Oriental atmos phere in the decorations, the walls jare to oe nunjj wna uiuck. puiucu svith great Arabic letters In gold, tho peillng is to be veiled in red, and the ball room will be lighted by huge Oriental Janterns hung .from golden chains. Doesn't It sound alluring and properly barbaric? v AH Promise Appear In Oriental Coitumr. All the members of the league have acter, and Just as many of the other guests will be in costume as can be persuaded or forced to "dress up." xnere'Jl De feature dances, just a few unusually clever cyies, as the gen eral dancing is to be THE event of the evening; and to cap 'the climax there'll be a series of nine tableaux from the Arabian Nights after Dulac and Maxfleld Paish. Little Stage Erected Under Rauscher's Gallery. For these and the sblo dances there'll be a bjt of a stage erected under the gallery In tho large ball room at Rauscher's, but It's not to be big enough to interfere with the danc ing. Lena Hitchcock and Mortimer Clarke are designing tho tableaux. ana will pose them; and Mortimer is doing the settings. The girls who are- to take part . are Alexandrine Fitch, Candace Howard, Camilla Lip Pincott, Suzanne Chase, Olga Pllson, Mildred Cameron, the three Denya girls, Dorothy, Gwendolyn, and Muriel; ttuzanetn smith and Julia Brlce. Dr. Alfred Hopkins will announce the dif ferent scenes. A Mrs. Hal Rust (Mildred Anderson! has promised to appear with Mason Wright, and I think they're planning a burlesque of the Russian Dancers. Others who are to dance are Margaret Fahnestock aod Syl Stokes, Reeves Harris and Milton Bryan and Enid Sims. Altogether it sounus very gay and festive, and there il be a number of dinner parties beforehand to add to the jollity of the occasion. - Miss Finebrown To Go To Adirondack Woods Camn, Ellen Fillebrown is leaving town January 26 to spend a week or ten days In the Adirondacks for the win ter sports, not at a superheated and electric lighted hotel, but at a little camp in the heart of the ancient woods. The camp, which does a flourishing business in summer. Is kept open or rather a small part of It Is In winter just for the sports men who come up for the hunting; and Ellen and two girl friends of hers from New York are to be special guests. Doesn't that sound thrilling? The same little crowd .were there last year and came borne with wonderful tales of skiing, snow shoeing, and all sorts of printer sports. Frances Dunn is another Washington girl who is having a taste of winter in the Adirondacks. She is staying at Xake Placid with her mother, Mrs. Thomas F. Dunn, you know, and they haven't decided Just when they'll come to Washington. . Wartklna Baby To Bo Kaatea lTorHla Father. The wee son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Bell Watkins, who arrived just three days too. soon to be a Christmas present, is to be called William .Bell Watkins, jr., for his good-looking father. So much 7. heard yesterday. The baby was bom in Philadelphia, and the Washington friends of the mother, who formerly was Gladys Mackay-Smith, are Just learning the news. Mr. and Mrs. Watkins, whose home Is "Maxmeadows," near Westtown, Fa, are spending the winter in Phila delphia with Mrs. Mackay-Smlth and Virginia Mackay-Smlth. They are established in the Quaker City for the season, and their visits to Wash ington have been few and far be tween. The house they have taken for the winter, the home of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Boyd, is within a stone's throw of the handsome resi dence occupied by the late Rt, Rev. Alexander Mackay-Smlth, when he was bishop of Pennsylvania, which Mrs. Mackay-Smith turned over to the church as an Episcopal residence after her husband's death. - Boyds Take Apartment For the Winter. The Boyds, I understand, have gone Into an apartment this winter. Mrs. Boyd was a Washington girl, Myra Noyes, daughter of the late Crosby S. Noyes and sister of Theodore W. Noyes and Frank B. Noyes. She waa a great belle here, and it seems hard ly possible that her wedding took place long enough ago for her to h'ave a charming daughter almost old enough to make her debut. The return of Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Sidney Cloman, to Washington, even for a visit, is of unusual interest for they both have hosts of friends here. As Mrs. Victor Clement, there was no more popular young woman In town than Mrs. Cloman. and tho gallant colonel he was captain then did his Capt. Evan Humphrey, and a cousin of courting in -Washington. Then they Esther Denny. His mother, I know, were whisked off to London, where was formerly Suzanne Palmer, sister of the captain was made military attache Mrs. Harry Lemly. Before being trans at the American embassy. All of ferred to the State Department, he was I RECORDS i BOUGHT SOLD EXCHANGED Large Carefully Selected Stock SLIGHTLY USED Victor Columbia Edison At a saving-oi one-third to one-half regular list price. x Splendid selection VICTOR RED SEALS Specially Priced. We Thank You! Kenoisnrtr,ArI RECORD i Bidg. Over 5 and which happened fully ten years afo. although It doesn't seem quite pos sible. The Ciomans were back In' Wash ington for an extended visit on the completion of their four years duty in London. Since then they have seen service In the Philippines and various other distant quarters of the globe, they have lately been at Nogales, Tex., where the colonel was on border duty and they are on their way to California, having been ordered to San Francisco. There you have It nil in n Til Knell. L'lomans Already Much In Demand By Society. The colonel, who Is now on leave, will go on to his post within a fort night, but Mrs. Cloman expects to re main In town for a'month. or six weeks. She will be joined next week by her niece. Natalie Campbell, a very charming1 little California girl, who spends most of her time with her aunt and wh'o will be with her during the rest of her stay in Washington. Miss Campbell Is now visiting In Atlanta. The Ciomans only got In Thursday, but already th'elr time is filled with engagements. Mrs. Cloman has chang ed very little In the years of her absence and wears just as good clothes asiever. You know she was always tremen dously chic and her gowns and jewels were equally notable. Her first hus band, the late Victor Clement, had large Interests In diamond mines In South Africa. Mrs. Clements had a delightful apartment in the "Connecti cut, and used to give wonderful par ties. I understand, by the way, that "Jlmmie" Archibald was the deus ex machina In tho marriage, introducing dashing Captain Cloman to the Hand some, young widow. -- Hebbys' dab Newest Addition To Long List. Susan, has news of the "Hubbys' Club" reached you? It's. a new insti tution in Washington, and one that is fraught with tremendous possibilities.- Ill brief It's a bridge club, scheduled to meet once a week, there are only eight members, and here comes the "Joker," the revolutionary clause the husbands' have the run ning of the club and their wives are allowed no "say" at all. Mr. and Mrs. John-Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs. Powell' Mlnnlgcrode, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace1 Burnard and Mr. and Mrs. William" Burr -Harrison there's the complete ' membership. The constitution calls for a president, a -rice president, a secretary, and a treasurer, and, of course, there's great rivalry as to who shall hold office. P. S, no ladies , are eligible for this distinction. Little B!tof Skating Recalls Other Days. Washington was treated, to a bit of ''skating weather last week and on Sunday 'and Monday the basin was black with graceful flying figures. It looked almost like the good old days when Viscountess dAzy, the de Slbours, Henri Martin, the Meyer girls and the rest of that gay little corterle made skating all the rage. But somehow the' seasons are "agin" us" these days. Time was, and not so very long ago, when we used to have three or four weeks of good solid Ice every winter and when It was quite usual for the boys to skate to Alexandira. Now if we have two days of ice It's an event. 4. In New York they circumvent such little difficulties as matters of climate by building ice rinks here and there and everywhere. The town's gone quite mad on tire subject, most of the big hotels have been forced to pro vide sheets of Ice, and when society Is not skatlng.it is thinking and talk ing skating. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin S. Guinness, who take their sports In de luxe edi tions, have secured the exclusive use of Scott's Field, an outdoor rink, from a quarter past five to seven o'clock every afternoon during January and have Issued a blanket Invitation to their friends to drop In and enjoy the sport. Also they are said to be planning- a series of evening carnivals on the Ice, which will afford the guests an opportunity to appear in fancy costume. Doesn5t that sound gay? aierritt Swift Ordered To, Legation at Brussels. Another bachelor gone, this time Mcr- ritt Swift, who has been orderea Dy the State Department to Brussels as temporary clerk at the American lega tion to assist our overworked minister. He Is to remain until the war Is over or until the department sees fit to re call him. Merrltt Swift belongs to Washington, as much as the son of an army officer can belong to any one city, and Is now living at tho Bene dick. His father. Brig. Gen. Eben Swift. U. S. A., Is on duty at Columbus', N. M. ft I'm not mistaken, Merrltt is a brother of Clara Swift, who .married SHOP C 11 AFI llth and G Sts. N. W. 10c Store In the Department tof Commerce, where he was at one time connected -with the editorial division and later with the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic com merce. He assisted in the preparation of a report on ther tariff systems of South American countries, which was highly commended by his superiors, and did one or two other notable things. Al together he is one of the rising young men of Washington and I'm glad he's to have so Interesting and valuable an experience as this trip to, Belgium. i Mrs. Copley Hewitt, of London, to Return Here. At Mrs. Alan McLane's "at home" last week I met such a charming worn- ,, jjrs. Copley Hewitt, of London, who . ... , . ... was stopping at tne iaiayeue. one left Washington Thursday for Atlantic City, where she Is spending a fortnight at Haddon Hall, but she expects to make another visit here at the end of the month. Mrs. Hewitt has many friends in Washington and many more In New York, which was formerly her home. She was a Miss Woolsey of -a prominent New York family, but has lived In London ever since her marriage to her English husband. ' Bads Find Strain of Successive Parties Wearing. When Louise Hamilton made her debut last .Wednesday, the last of the buds to be formally presented, the day found several of the debutantes ill and many, of the others quite worn out. The strenuous round of parties that every bud feels she must attend Home of Cut Prices PEOPLE'S DRUG STOKES OiMSHssMHSSSSMSiasissms sm iaspssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss.saHs-s--sB fiBBaBsKLanaHsissMMiMBiissM sssssssssaMissssssssssKasssssassassiMssssssssssssssssv ssasMsssspssssssssssssssSMssi.sMsssasH 7ft & K St:. N.W. AU Five Stores Family Remedies Aspirin Tablets, People's price,' 1 dot Mej t doz., McrlOO for We Atafetid TOU. J-gr., 10 In bottle. .o Absortlne, Jr., People's prlee.7c $1.75 AuudoL Fcopte price SBe, Se Alcohol, pore, plat. People's price.. 48c Alboleae Bosslaa Mineral OH. Peo ple's price Buffslo Water, People's price 39c Brom Seltzer. People's price, 5V , 17c, Me, aad . e, Babek, People's price 39c BUad's Iron Pills. 100, People's prlco ... Beecham's Pills, People's price le Borhuae, People's price. ...... 4Se, 78e Bass Asalgeatqne, People's price.. 8e Btsented Magnesia, People's prjee... 5vc, asc Bliss tfmXUe Herb Tablets, S1.00 size. People's price BSo Beef. Iron end Wine, pint. People's price - wo Blnejar Corn'or Boalon Plasters. People's price .........10c. 19c Boalon Comfort Plasters, SL00 box. People's price.... .......Soe Castoria CFltecher's). People's prico.JIe California Pig Sjrop, People's prlee.SOc Caers Tablets, 100' 6-gr.. People's price ...s..ivc Caloeide (for sore feet). People's , . price ................ .lwo Carbolic Add, pore, plat. People's price S8C Creo Terpln Co, .pint. Iteple's price.75c CoUyriom (Wrath), People's price. .SJo Catlcnn Ointment, People's price, 35C, 7SC Carbons, People's- price... 13e, 10c, 3Sc Carter's Pills, People's price... He CascareUes, people's price. 10c, 10c, 40c Doaa's Kidney PIUs, People's price. .39e D. D. D.. People's price.... 19c. 39c, 75c De Witt's Kidney Pills, People's price .39c, 75c Dobdl's Solution, pint. Peoples price ....15e Dlozoren, People's price.. lc. S5c, 49e Eno's Fruit Sail. People's price 5c Ely's Cmun Balm, People's price 39c' ,Sc E Z Tablets. Teoplr's price 19c He'. 1'ho.pho Sod.. l3JMc c ( Falrrblld's Pepsin. People's price - Formslld OVampole's), People's price 1BC' 3Be Father John's. Tropic price. .43c. 79c Fellow's rrnp. People's price.. 73e. 98c Fluid Extract Caicars, 4 oz.. Peo- pie's price -"- Gets-It, Teople's price lc Garnetd Tea. People's prire.lOc. 19c. 39c Cade's Ipllmansn. People's prlee.75c Gnu's Gljcerlne Tcinlr. People's price 8JC Gloter's Manse Krmedr, People's price ' 39e GUcothjmollne. People's Pjjw., 69c Hunj-adl MatJ-as Wnlcr 53c IlarprrV llrsdache H"nlr. I'eo- pie's price 10c, SOc, 10c. 7io IlTomel, People's price 39c, 73c Hoyden's Viburnum. 4 oz.. People's i price ""- Humphrey's Kf medic. People's J price 10"' 'Oe Ilemabnloldii, Teople's prlre 78c Hosford's Arid Phosphate, People's j price 4c. 3c TM. ntttnln and Strychnine, nlnt. Teople's price 59c Kondon's Catarrh Cream, People's .price .. 19c 39c Knhler's Headache Towder, Teople's prlre 0c, 19c Laxative Ilromo Quinine (Grove's). Teople's price. .. 19c Lapactlc TUN, People's price 25c Alum Towder, lb., Teople's price. .. 15c Bicarbonate Soda, l.. People's prlce..5c Boric Acid. lb.. Teople's price S5c Bora, SO-Mule-Team, lb., Teo ple's prlre 10c Castor OH, pint. Teople's price SSc Cod LJier Oil, nlnt. People's price.. 01c Cream Tartar, lb. Teople's prlre.... 69c Camp, ucorice i-owucr, iuuuu. People's price ............ Chloride Lime, pound. People's SSc 10c Epsom Salts, ponnd, Teople's pi Fluid Kitraet Cairnra Aromatlr rlre.Sc 4 . .S5c oz.. Peoples m-ire. ... . Glycerine, Teople's price, Rlai nlnt - - - ... i .08c Llaul'd GUM". Pint. People's prlre.. 15c Liquid Soda Mint, pint. People's Hrlcf, ........ ...... ... 15c PerozldeV' pint. Teople's price. .... .19c Thosphate Soda, pound, Teople's price ....- ..............15c Korhelle Salts, pound. People. price 10c Sueur Milk, pound. Teople's prlre. .28c Tea (Kojsl Dragon), pound, Teople's price ........... ..... Witch Hazel, pint, Teople's price 15c 15c during her first season is too much of a strain for- almost any girl; afict by the time Lent arrived with its near the corner of Thirty-sixth street, slight slackening of the social whin, and expects to build very soon. In-there's- hardly a bud who Isn't a bit deed, Dr, -and Mrs. Bratenahl are al the .worse for wear. It Is so every; ready" mulling over plans. Their year. . 'new home will be, almost "side by Louise Hamilton's debut recentlon each" with the attractive little res- was really lots of fun.-althouch there was no dancing. Her chum,; Eliza- beth Beach, who was presented with her, Is one of the three Beach girls, Elizabeth. Grace, and Katherlne, all nearly of an age and all unusually attractive. They are not only pretty but uausually animated and lollr. The daughters of Mr, and Mrs. Mor - gan H. Beach, they make their home at Montrose on the Rockvllle Pike, in the charming gray house, with its acres of shady lawns, which Mr. Beach purchased from the Herman Hollerlths four or five years ago. Be fore that they lived in the old Wat kins' home on Watkins lane, near Edgemoor. The Beaches are most -'hospitable and their big house is always filled with- girls, friends of their daughters. Louise and Elizabeth Hamilton, the Burleson girls, Marie and Enid Sims, in particular, are frequent visitors there. Mrs. Beach, who is the best company in the world, was one of the Leesburg Carters, Indeed, Oatlands, the lovely old Carter estate near Leesburg, which "Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Corcoran Eustis bought a few years ago, was her old home. In the early days of the Administration, Mr.' Beach, who is a prominent lawyer, was one of the Assistant Attorneys General. There is one son, Sam, who still Is In school. , - : Bratenahl To Return To Cleveland Park. The residents of Cleveland Park are delighted with the prospect of having the Very Rev. Dr. George Bratenahl as a neighbor once more. He recent- 7tk & E $ts. H.W. To Trade With Us Means Your Fullest Satisfaction Three Days Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Sk - . SPECIAL Pound Box of Delicidw Maybelle Chocolate Cherries Whole cherries dipped in de- . - ff licious vanilla cream with a bitter- ' JS raAAf .nafinfT I wv wuailllgt Special, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Teeth Preparations Arnica Tooth Soap, People's price. 17c AlkscMe, People's price 19c, SSc Alyetol. People's price 19c. 39e Colgate's Tooth Ponder, People's Price- , ikc, sic Colsate'sl Dental Cream, People's price 10c, SOc Calox Tooth Powder. People's price.l7e Calvert's Carbolic Powder. People's Price SSc. 45c. SSc Deatoz Peroxide Powder, People's price ..............r........ .15c Eatoymol Tooth Paste, People's price ................... .ISe Forhaa's Pyorrhea Paste, People's pric --. oStO Lyon's Tooth Powder, People's price 15c Lyon's Tooth Paste, People's price 17c Slead Baker's Mouth Wash, Peo ple's price 19c, S9c. 75c 1 Pyrolene. People's price...... .SSc. 45c rood's Tooth Paste. People's price.. 19c Pyorrhoclde Powder. People's price. 79c Professional Tooth Paste, People's Price 17c Pyrodento Liquid, People's tfrice. l . 9c. S9c. 75c Pyrodento Paste, People's price 19c Pebeco Tooth Paste. People's price. S5e Sanltol Powder or Paste, People's price 17c Tm&Z&ffli sbbbbvsbb1ssssssss1bIi39p Bargains in Rubber Goods HsSsSSss8 iP?S-vcffN. - i ' r-cs-o 3 fcSSSfcrgsyiftij KPM I y FAMILY Quinine PIUs, 100 S-graln, People's prlre 39c Quinine Tills, 100 3-graln, Peoples price 39c Hupp's halve, Teople's price 19c Itcslno! Ointment, Teople's prlre, SOc, 79c Russell's Emulsion. Teople's price.. 89c Reziilln, Teople's price 39c Klpans, people's price.... .Sc, 19c, 39c Neldlltz Tondrrs. 10 In box. Teople's price ..ISc Hrhrnclt'tf PHI Teople's price 19c Nanatorrn, Tropic's price, 79e. tl.50. SJ)8 Santal-Mlddr, Teoplt's prlre 90c Kcott's Emulsion, Teoplr s price. -Mr, Wc hivamn Root, Teople's price. ..SOc. 75c M. 8. 8., Teople's price. .. .75c, 91.24 8al llrpatlca, Teople's prlcr-. 19c. SOc, 73c CIGARS i-OJTULAR BRANDS Ai LA I.UCBAXA CIGAn, 11 for SSc. Ilox of 100 81.0.S. OCII.MAN "Sf CIGAH. S for SSc. Ilox of SO SI .SO. LA ADMIHABLB CIGAH, S for 25c. Ilox of 50 91.39, JOHN KT.SKIN CIGAH, 7 for SSc. Box of 23 S.NC Box of 50 1.73. ' ly has purchased from Canon, DeVrlea two and a half lots In Woodier Lane, idence Dr. De Vries put up several years ago in which he and his" moth- er live. Just now the Bretenahls are at 31J1 """ ruKt- A"D uusiur uu uwi. uut'wnat would you, ibis asBiiai Breaa ltved in Cleveland Park since he re-! fast is essentially a stag affair and signed as rector of St. Alban's Church I several years, ago, but aa dean of the (Cathedral he la closely associated with his old friends and neighbors. He goes 'out to the Cathedral Close al most. daily, although his offices are in the Woodward Building. Wilson-Roarer Romance Began In Childhood. Tho wedding of Ralph O. Wilson and Katherlne W.Rohijer last weelc was the culmination of a 'childhood ro mance. Ralph and Katherlno grew up together, both living on the' Rock vllle road, about a mile from each (other, They were best man and maid of honor, respectively, for Campbell Ollphant and Mary Wallace, who after being sweethearts since small child rent were married last Easter.. Ralph and Katherlne are both mem bers of families long Identified with tho District, and particularly Georgetown.' Ralph Wilson used to live In George town before, his family moved to the big house Just at the entrance to Som erset, Md.' and since his father's death, his mother, Mrs.'Jesse H. Wilson, has returned to Georgetown for the win ters. Catherine's grandfather was the late William Henry Rohrer. of George town. She is a pretty little thing and made a lovely bride.. The young people, will live' in Baltimore where 7th &M Sts. rlo nL UtiftYaStj. Hini A. S SP Toilet Creams PalnMlIre Cream, People's price. ...99e Hind's Hooey aod Almond Cream, -People's price. ... ... ,.....35e' Frostnia, People's price 17e Arnica Cream, People's price :19c Stlllmaa's' Freckle Cream, People's Othlne, double streztxtb. People's price ..........790 Malvlna Cream, People's price. . . .35c Pond's Vanishing Cream, People's' P7sC9 ;eiso) o o o s m m A Vvy otlrW Pompelaa Massage Cream. People's price .S9c, fre, B9o Pompelaa Night' Cream, People's price .'. 19c, 29c. C9c Ingram's Milk Weed Cream, 'Peo ple's price ...........SOc, 75c Hinds' Cold Cream, People's price.. 19c D. and .K. Cold Cream, People's price ......8c, JSc, SSc, Sir Nadlaola Cream, People's price. ...39c Oriental Cream, Teople's price. ...81.10 Woodbury's' Facial Cream, People's pneo , ff.itititi4ittiiic Gem Theatrical Cream, Ih Peo ple's price ....SSc Mrrcollzed Waz, People's price 59c Combination ronSuun oyrmge . and Hot-Water Bottle Goodyear make; -maroon rubber; made especially for our stores; of extra heavy aualitv: complete with fittings 'and guaranteed for two aty At years. This sale vtAsa-x Fountain Syringes, Goodyear make; maroon rubber; extra heavy quality; all :omplete with fittings and guaranteed for one year, ffl-l 'A Q At a special low price, t M ' Hot-Water Bottle, Goodyear make"; naroon rubber; about 2-quart size; :xtra heavy quality; made specially for People's Stores; guaranteed C1 OQ for one year . This sale pl.D7 REMEDIES Sloan's Liniment, People's price, 19c, 39c, 75c stuart's Dyspepsia, People's price. 39c, 75c Tonslllne, People's price 19c Tyrce's Powder, Teople's price, - 19c, S9c. 75e ' Tlz (for sore feet), Teople's price. ..19c I'rotropln Tablets, People's price. ,.S9c Vapo Cresollne, PeopIe.'s price, 19c, 39c, 75c Wyeth's Llthla TabWts, 3-graln, Teople's price. ...".. 39c Wampole's (II. K.) Cod Liver OH, Teople's price 71c Wampole's (II. ti.) Cod Liver Oil, Teople's price 49c Wine Cardul, Teople's price 75c Yager's Liniment, Teople's price.... 19c SFlKJiAL l-'KHJUS MAJOR HALL and DON CA 7.A11KO CIGAIIS, 2 for 5c; 11 for 25c. Box of 20 ISe. LA 1'IIKKEIIENCIA CIGAR Conchas Oc each. Box of SO 13.00 EL PODBRSO CIGAR Blnnt lOp slralcht 7c each. Box of 50 $3.50. I Ralph has "been employed tor' a few months. , .. I was relieved to- learn that the ladles who assisted 3frs. Charles Henry Butler In receiving the ruests' at Mr. Butler's famous Montsweas; Farm breakfast were gives their ,.,,. .. f.. it "aid aaen aa j empty 'honor, In more (has ofts sew I of h wnrrl. that thav should sJrSaely be asked' to receive sans Jascaeoa. -"not a bite do they get" a member of the family said to me. However, the host must have re lented, for the ladles remained to luncheon and such a luncheon I A roast pig six feet long, another half the size, a regular flock of chlekeas, smelts caught through the ice from, a creek on the farm,-beans, baked apples, pies, everything save the cigars -which topped, off the feast,' brought straight from the farm to Maine! Doesn't it make you hungry? Chief Justice White -Head List of Guest; . A menu to make the mouth, water,, and a heartless person talked to me at length about It I'm wondering if It was Butler's son, Henry Franklin Batter, student at Prlnceon University, who did the clever pen and ink sketches of., Montaweag Farm that decorated the menu cards and Invitations. He tola me that Mr. Sutler had gone to prayer meeting In the morning aad then stopped by the club to but I mustn't tell all I know must I? Chief Justice White heads the list of guests,, 150 strong, who included distinguished representatives of official, diplomatic and resident society, many of whom have been visitors to the farm. Now, my dear, I must be off and away, for a busy afternoon confronts me. My love to you all. JEAN ELIOT. We Always Si It fer Lm ft ill Sts. IJL Toilet Needs HAIR PRBPAXATHrXR. Daaaeriae, People's price. .IScSZe. 7e Wyeth Sage aad Sulphur, Peoplrt price .,... ice, Te Hay's Hair Health. People's Price , SSc. Partazta Safe, People' price te' Plaasd's Ean de Qatahie, People's price 99c, Tie Liquid Arrest, .People's price .....79e . Herpldde, People's price..... ..SSc, OSe Fan's Hair Restorer. People's price ......, .....too Ayer's Hair Vigor.. People's price.. .7o Xrlsoa'- Hair Dressing. People1 PflCQ .'' . ,,17C 5C Pabser's Blr Success."- People"., . . rire ,.w....,..I.?..T9e. CsprSaris. People's price...... SSc FonTs Jemade, People's price.. 19c, So CoeobUsm. People's price 10c. 19e Hair Tbn, People's price.. ........ .19e Tracer's Hair Dressing, People's tfcfald SDveriae, People's price..... 79c SHAMPOOS. Cantm-or. People's price.... ...i...S5e PalmoIlTe Liquid. People's price... .39e Waned Shampoo Bags, People' P"K"J XVO BATS DTES. BrowBatone, People' price.... 19c. 75c Damshmskl Dye. People's prico.39c.'9e Empress Hair Dye, People's price. ..09c Barbo Com ponnd, Peoplo's,prlce.,..99c PACE POWDERS. Lablache Face Powder, People'jy pncr .. 3do Java Bice Powder, People's price. .SSc R. G. Bice Powder, People's DJer-Klss Face Powder. People's JlilC ssssss,sssstsisswC 9wO Pond's Face Powder. People's priee.SSe PalmoUve Face Powder, People' price ...,. .......99e Du Foot's Face Powder, People's price 19c. -SOc Fiver's Faee Powder. Aznrea. Flo- ryme or Le Trefle, People's price,. S9e Woodbury's Facial Powder. People's pneo . ivq Freeman' Powder, People's price. .19a BABGAIXS FOB HE3T. S1.00 Gem Safety Bazor, People's price 75c $1.00 Ever-Ready Safety Baser. People's price ...:... .....C9o SJo Durham Duplex Demonstrating Eazor, People's price... 13e SSc Improved Bay Bum, pbt. People's price. ............... ...,19c C5c Mennen'a Sharing Cream, Peo ple's price. .....ITe MISCELLANEOUS- tasellne. lb People's price ISe CarboUted Vaseline, lbP eople's .35c .50c White Vaseline, lb.. People's price. Petrolatum, amber, lb.. People's .15c .tSe Petrolatum, white, lb Teople's price- ... uste Jsterine, People's price. inc. IX, 33C, sac Lever's. People's price.... 19c. Sic, 69c Lysol, People's price 19e 39c. 75e Lnctopeptlne Elixir. People's price. I L0Q Limestone Phosphate, People's p rwc ., svo Mother's Friend, People's price 7-c Manilla, People's price ...79c Hunyoa's Remedies. S5e size. Peo ple's price ,19c Maltlne Preparation. People's price ............................ ,c Mnlt Nutrine,- People's price 19c auer Anupam rcus. reonies price. I9c Mnstard PI lasters, 10 In bozPeo- pies prlee, -19c Morse's Pills, People's price 19c Menthol Pencils (Wyeth), People's Price ."v. S5e Neoferrum, People's price.... 75c N. B. Tablets, People's price. SOc. 40c. 83e Vojol, People's price 39c Nnxated Iron. People' price.. 75c Omega Oil, People's price 19c, 39c Pluto Water. People's price. ...15c. B5e rape's, Wis pepsin. People's price. ...39c nuupn Auuc Magnesia, People's jfnCfl A , O-O. ABBAAAhAA iVTa A3? Plssis Cough Remedy, People's price ........................... .19c Pond's Extract. People's price, 19c. SSc. 69c Phenolax Wafers, People's price, 100 for 60c Phospbo Lecithin. People's price.... 75c Peruna, People's price 73o Palmer's Ointment, People's price. 19c. S3o Poslam, People's price SOc. tL73 Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. People's price .750 Pierce's Prescription, People's prtcp - 3c PJeree's Golden Medical. People's price .... . .. i ... .5o Pierre's Anuric Tablets. People's prlco ...... S9c Pierre's Pellets. People' price 19c" P. D. & Co. American Oil, pint. People's price. ..........,.... 65c F- D. Co. LIq. Petroleum, plat.