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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; TUESDAY,' MARCH 13, 1917.
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DIPLOMATS TO DINE
AS DIANOS' GUESTS
Spanish Ambassador and Wife
to Be Hosts Also at Lunch
eon for Departing Aide.
OTHER SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
happenings of the Day in
Lenten Period Among Peo
ple of the Capital.
The Spanish Ambsseadnr and Mme.
Rlano will entertain at dinner Thurs
day evening at the embassy, their
guests including several or the am
bassador's colleagues They will en
tertain Knda at luncheon as a fare
well hospitaIil to the counselor of
the embassy Don Manuel Walls y
Merino, who vvill IcavW Washington
shortly for Panama to serve as um
plre of the International commission
now meeting there He has been dc
tached from the embassy, but his suc
cessor has not been appointed.
Mme. Rlano will leave town Satur
day to spend the remainder of the
Lenten season with her aunts, the
Misses Foster, at Hartford, Conn. She
will return at Easter.
Miss Nona McAdoo, daughter of
the Secretary of the Treasury, will
leae town within the next ten days
for New York, where she will be the
guest of her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr and Mrs Francis Huger Mc
Adoo. She will devote the greater
part of her visit to shopping In. prep
aration for her marriage to Ferdinand
de Mohrcijschlldt, second secretary
of the Russian embassy, which will
take place In May.
Mrs. Francois Berger Moran will
entertain the Archeologlcal Society
this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at her
residence In Massachusetts avenue,
when Trof. Patten, of Yale Univer
sity, will give a talk on the religions
of the world. A few distinguished
guests have-been asUed to meet Prof.
Patten and members of the society.
E. C Bradley, of San Francisco, who
has been appointed assistant to the
Secretary of the Interior, to succeed
Stephen X- Mather, newly appointed
director of the national park service,
will reach Washington the latter part
of the month, to take up his new du
ties. Mrs. Bradley does not expect to
come to Washington to make her
home here until next autumn.
.J.
Former Senator and Mrs. Henry F.
Lippltt will return to Washington Fri
day .from Palm Beach, where they are
spending a fortnight.
..
Mrs. Thomas Ewlng Is making a
short visit In New York. Invitations
were recalled for a dinner Mr. and
Mrs. Ewlng were to have given this
evening-.
:
Miss Sarah, E. Kennedy and her
sister. Mrs Anna Runser. of New
Brighton. PaxT are guests of Miss
Ixiulse C. Wilson 1025 Otis place,
until after Easter. .
rtrnrnt Lecture.
Miss Janet Richards will lecture on
"The Vital Issues of the Hour" Thurs
day evening at Rauscher's for the
third free scholarship fund of Trinity
College of the District of Columbia.
The patronesses for the talk arc
Mrs. Edward Douglas White, Mrs. Jo
seph E. Ransdell, Mrs Ben Johnson,
Mrs Albert S. Burleson. Mrs. Josephus
Daniels, Mrs Victor Kauffmann, Mrs.
Theodore Koyes, Mrs. Archibald Hop
kins, Mrs. Henry F. Ashurst, Miss
Mary Thelan, Mme. Calderon, Mrs.
Thomas II CaTter, Mrs. John J. Walsh,
Mrs. Henry Flather, Mrs. Wendell
Phillips Stafford. Mrs. William li. De
Iacy, Mrs. P. T Moran, Sirs. John
fammack, and Miss Ella 'Lorraine
Dorsey.
The lecture will begin at 8 15
o'clock and admission cards may be
l.ad at the door
This scholarship Is open to all the
Fchool girls of Washington and is
founded In honor of Mrs. Anna Han
son Dorsey The subject of the lee
ture "The Vital Issues of the Hour,"
Ik of especial significance at this time
of national crises, and no one Is per
haps better qualified to present ques
tlons of current interet and Impor
tance than Mis' Ri hards, who needs
no Introduction In Washington, where
her regular Monday talks on public
questions have long since come to be
regarded as one of the Institutions of
social life at the Capital
. .J.
Miss Prraton Kngngrd.
Of Interest to Washington is the
announcement made b Mr and Mrs
IMward 11 Preston, of Philadelphia,
of the engagement of their daughter
Miss Marian K Piesion. to Herndon
Tudor Morsell No date is set for the
uedding Miss Pre:en is the guest
of her brother in lav. anil slater. Mr '
and Mrs Linn, and i b in cxten ,
slvely entertained Mr Morsell is the
nephew and namesake of the late ,
Rev W T Tudor a prominent an'l
greatly beloved minister of Ilirh I
mond and of this ii
LANSINGS GIVE DINNER
Secretary of State Entertains Dis
tinguished Company.
The Secretai of State and Mr
Lansing were hosts at dinner lust
evening
In the paitv were the Siamese mln
Ister Phja Prabha Karavongse the
Attorney Oeneral and Mrs Uregor
Congressman and Mrs Frederick II
Olllette Hear Admiral and Mrs Ricli
ardson Clover. Col and Mrs W W
Harts the former Embassador to .Ta
pan and Mrs Thomas J O'Brien, Mr
and Mrs Hennen Jennings, Mr and
Mrs Frederick E Chapln. Mrs. Henry
r DImock Mrs James Carroll Frazer,
Miss Mar Patten, Miss Kathcrine
Lansing, Eliot Wadsworth Hugh S
Gibson, and William Phelps Eno
WANTED CITIZENSHIP BADLY.
WILDWOOI), Mo, March 13 -Mrs.
Mary Glackner traveled .110 miles to
get her first naturalization papers,
but the Journey was in vain.
Mrs Glackner rode twentv miles
over the mountains to the railroad
station There she boarded a train
for the 150-milr trip to St l-onls.
where she was told" she could not be
naturalized be ause she is separated
PATRONESSES FOR BENEFIT
Patriotic Fantasy Will Be Feature
At "Military Event.
Mrs Robert Lansing". Mrs. Albert S.
Burleson, Airs. Robert Roosevelt, Mrs.
Havne Ellis, Mrs. John W. Weeks,
Mrs. W. C Braisted, Mrs. Matthew T.
Scott. Mrs Archibald Grade, and Miss
Lucretla Splllman are some of the
patronesses for the military benefit
to be given under the auspices of the
I'nltcd Service Woman's Branch of
the American1 Red Cross, at the Be
lasco Theater, Friday afternoon.
Mnrlne Hand to Play.
A patriotic fantasy, accompanied by
the Marine Band, will be an Interest
ing feature.
C. C Calhoun, In his wonderful
Indian make-up with which he won a
prize at the Beaux Arts ball last
jear, will sit In the foreground smok
ing the pipe of peace. The group di
rectly behind him will be American
Mrs. Logan Feland, of Philadelphia
with Mrs. George Bsmett, as an
Indian maiden, on her right and Mrs.
Ffoulke Smith, as a Puritan maiden,
on her left. Mrs Fejand will sing "The
Star-Spangled Banner" Miss Bea
trice Goodwin, of Washington, who
will enact "North," will sing scvera
song. The San Carlo GnVid Opera
Compan will give three numbers.
There will be a chorus of 100 voices
composed of the Normal School girls,
under the direction of Hamlin Cogs
well, and accompanied hy the Marine
Band.
Represent the States.
Girls dressed In Grecian costumes
will represent the States of the Union.
The oung bos who composed the
members of the Junior defense guard
of the woman's section of the Navy
League will patrol the street outside
of the theater, and regulars from
Fort Myer will act as outpost. Stacks
of guns In the lobby will add to the
military aspect of the surroundings.
Miss Eudora Clover will be in charge
of the girls who will sell tickets at
the Mason house, 1000 Twentieth
street, today.
"
Marriage of Interest.
A marriage of International Inter
est was solemnized yesterday in New
York city when Iird George Welles-
ley, youngisl son of the Duke of Well
ington, and Miss Louise Nesta Pam
ela Wcllesley, widow of Richard Well
esley, brother of the bridegroom,
were married In the Chapel of St.
Thomas Church, the Rev. Dr. Ernest
M. Stires officiating
I.ady Wellesley was born In London
and Is the daughter of Sir Maurice
Fitzgerald and Amelia Bischowshein.
Her father was second Baronet and
Knight of Kerry I.ord George Well
esley Is a captain of the grenadier
guard and flight commander of the
Royal I'lving Corps.
He and Lady Wellesley will make
their home at the Devon, In New
York, until March 27. when they plan
to return to England as Lord Welles
ley, It Is understood, is to return to
duty with his command. The seat of
the Duke of Wellington Is Stratfleld
Save House. In Berkshire, which was
purchased by Parliament and present
ed to the duke and his heirs.
A
Dr. Joaquin R. de Ton-albas, first sec
retary of the Cuban legation, and Mme.
de Torralbas, have returned to Wash
ington and have taken an apartment
at the Avondale.
..
Mrs. William F. McCombs. who was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lelter,
her brother in-law and sister, has re
turned to her apartment at the Vander-
bilt
.;.
Plans Hospital Bazaar.
The annual spring bazaar given by
the board of lady managers of the
Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hos
pital will be held in the ballroom of
the Raleigh Hotl. April IS and 19.
Besides the attractions of the dan
sant both afternoons there will be
dancing In the evening, with military
bands, supper, and a bazaar of unique
Interest.
Mrs. Henry J. Pierce and Miss
Catherine Pierce, of Buffalo, who are
returning from the South, are at the
Wlllard for a few- days.
Miss Alice Hutchins Drake will give
a talk tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock
at the apartment of Mrs H S. Keat
i'ng. at the Highland, on "Little Talks
on Large Subject"." her special theme
being "The Evolution of Engraving."
.nunders MrDnnlel Here.
Saunders McDaniel, of Atlanta. Ga,
whose daughter Miss Harriet McDan
ielhas been visiting Mrs. Delos Blod
gelt .arrived in Washington yester
day and is at the Willaid.
Mrs Palmer. wife of Admiral
Leigh C Palmer, has canceled all
o tal engagement, for the present
on account of a serious Illness from
wliiih she i- lowlv recovering
bnt shrink woolens!
Wbnt turn silks yellow!
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MISS DORIS SURTH
TO BE NAVY BRIDE
Will Be Married to Lieut. Comdr.
John P. Jackson in Wash
ington on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Huntington Jackson,
of New lork, will arrive In Washing
ton tomorrow and will be the guests
of Mr. Jackson's mother, Mrs. John
P. Jackson, for several days. Mr.
Jackson will be best man at the mar
riage on Thursday of his brother.
Lieut. Commander John P. Jackson
and Miss Doris McLaurin Surth,
daughter or Mr. and Mrs.Max Surth.
Other relatives of Commander Jack
son, who will come to Washington
lor the wedding are Mr and Mrs,
Charles W. Henry and Miss Henry,
Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Henry, and Mr.
and Mrs. William Freeman, all of
Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman will bo the
guests of Mr. Freeman's aunts, Mrs.
Benjamin H. nucklngham and Miss
Isabel Coleman Freeman, at their resl
dence. 1525 H street. Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Houston Henry, also of
Philadelphia, have already arrived
And are staying with Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick II. Brooke. Mr. and Mrs.
Hughart Laughlln are expected
shortly from Pittsburgh. Mr. Laugh
lln will be one of the ushers.
Mr. and Mrs J. A. Beghuee, of
Stamford. Conn.. Mrs. Surth's brother-
In-law and sister, will also attend
the wedding, and are due to reach
Washington tomorrow evening.
David I. Walsh Returns.
David I. Walsh, former governor of
Massachusetts, arrived at Washington
yesterday and is at the Wlllard.
Commander and Mrs. Edward Mc-
Cauley will entertain at dinner to
night Is. honor of Miss Dorcas Mc
Laurin Surth and Lieut. Comdr. John
P. Jackson, numbering among their
guests the members of the bridal
party who will attend them.
Last evening Miss Surth and Com
mander Jackson were the guests In
whose honor Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
H. Brooke gave a dinner party. Their
guests included. In addition to mem
bers of the bridal party, the bride
groom's brother-in-law and sister, the
Minister or Sweden and Mme. Eken
gren; the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Surth; Commander and Mrs.
Roscoe Bulmer and Dr. and Mrs.
James F. Mitchell.
-
Mr. and Mrs Leigh Hunt and their
daughter. Miss Helen Leigh Hunt,
who spent the greater part of the
winter In Washington .have given up
their apartment In the Lafayette Ho
tel and gone to New lork.
Last evening Miss Hunt and her
fiance, F .Bayard Rives, attended the
opera as guests In Mr. and Mrs. Regi
nald B. Rives' box.
J.
Maltora In Capital
Earle C. Huldekoper, or Meade
vllle. Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert If.
Downman. or New Orleans, are In
Washington.
J?
A large company will attend the
wedding this evening or Miss Eva
'Mabel Sanborn to Earle Stanley Has
kell at 8 o'clock In the 'home
or Mr. and Mrs. Shirley N. Mills, In
Kalorama road. The ceremony wilt
be performed by the Rev. Clarence
A. Vincent, pastor of the Mt, Fleas
ant Congregational Church. The
bride will be Attended by little Miss
Leora Sanford, who will be the ring
bearer.. Mrs Harold Malsted Foght,
cousin of the bridegroom, will play
the wedding music Mrs. J L. Has
kell, of Chicago, mother of the bride
groom: Miss Katherine King, of Du-
luth; Miss E A. Pratt, of Worcester,
Mass ; M. A. Crosby, of Birmingham,
Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Haskell, or
Austin, Tex., and Ralph Smith, of
Dickinson, N. D, are among the out-
of-town guests here for the wedding.
The National Suffrage Bazaar to be
held at 1020 Rhode Island avenue,
beginning with an entertainment and
midlenten dance Thursday night, and
continuing through Friday and Sat
urday, will Include teas both Friday
and Saturday afternoons.
On Saturday afternoon "Cabinet
Day," Mrs. Baker. Mrs. Burleeon,
Mrs Daniels, Mrs Lane and Mrs.
Houston will assist In serving tea.
On Friday, "Senate Day." the tea
service will be under the direction of
Mrs Francis Warren, Mrs. Charles
Curtis, Mrs Miles Polndexter .Mrs.
Key Plttman and Mrs. John E.
Raker. Mrs Glfford rinchot, Mrs. P.
P. Claxton, and Mrs. Helen Gardener
will also assist on Saturday after
noon. ! -
Mrs. Cleveland E Dodge, who was
visiting in Wahinglon. has returned
to New ork
HEADQUARTERS FOR
VETERANS CHOSEN
Chairman Harper Selects Re
union Quarters for U. C. V, and
All Affiliated Bodies.
Headquarters for the United Con
federate Veterans and the other ftVil
lated societies which will meet In re
union here In June were arranged for
today by Col. R. N. Harper, chair
man of the general committee.
"I have selected rooms for GUn.
George P. Harrison, commander-in-chief
of the Confederate veterans, at
the New Wlllard," said Chairman
f Harper. "That hotel has been desig
nated as headquarters for all the so
cieties which are to meet here the
first week in June. These societies
Include the United Confederate Vet
erans, the Sons or Confederate Vet
erans. United Daughters of the Con
federacy, and the Federated Southern
Memorial Association. The general
headquarters for Commander-in-chief
Harrison w III Include accommodations
for all the national officers and the
staff of General Harrison."
Commercial Body to Co-Operate.
Dr. Clarence J. Owens, managing di
rector of the Southern Commercial
Congress, assured Chairman Harper
today of the co-operation of his or
ganization. He said the Congress
would urge all organizations affilia
ted with It to boost the Confederate
reunion. ,
Details of the tented city to be
provided on the Ellipse for the con
venience or the veterans are to be
taken up this week with Col. W. "W.
Harts, superintendent of buildings
and grounds, by Colonel Haroer. The
Monument grounds are under the su
pervision or Colonel Harts, Instead or
the District authorities, as first
thought by Chairman Harper.
Fund Rapidly Being Raised.
A fund or J60.000 to be exnandad
for the care, 'comfort, and pleasure of
the veterans at their reunion Is rap
idly being raised by enthusiastic so
licitors under the leadership of Harry
F. Cary. head of the special commit
tee on finance.
While primarily the reunion will be
a Southern celebration. Its national
character already clearly Is Indicated
by the voluntary contributions made
to the reunion fund by Individuals and
Institutions from all parts of the
United States. In fact, some of the
largest contributors are men and
rirms located north or the Mason and
Dlwm line.
All contributions will be carefully
audited and acknowledged through
the press, and any balance remaining
will be returned pro rata to the con
W.
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Furniture for the Spring
For the Bedroom
Cottage Bedroom Suite
Natural Oak Dresser.,.-.....,
Natural Oak Chiffonier......
Natural Oak Toilet Table,
Special Brass Bed; three-quarter
and full size. . ..... ......j. ... $16.75
Special Four-poster Mahogany
Bed . .;.!. JpJo.UU
Solid Mahogany Three (3) Piece Dining Room Suite; fine, handsomest finish, dust
proof construction. Interior drawer work mahogany.
Buffet, $47.00 China Case, $34.00 Serving Table, $22.00
Special 6-piece Arts and Crafts Fumed Oak Drawing Room Suite.
Quality, finish, and construction the' best. Complete. .....,
tributors. The rinance commutes de
sires the entertainment of the men of
the Sonth to be equally as elaborate
as that featuring the reunion of the
Grand Army of the Republic, hers, in
1015.
Opportunity far Washlngtonlans.
The fact that this year will be the
first time the heroes of the South
have held thelr-Stunlon as far North
as Washington gives Capital residents
a. special opportunity to extend to
them the, hospitality they deserve.
Fully realising thr Importance of
the celebration, representative busl
ness men and other patriotic citizens
of Washington are giving their serv
Ices enthusiastically to the prepara
tlon of elaborate plans for the recep
tion and entertainment or the guests,
Capable and efficient committees are
actively at work under the supervi
sion of Col. R. N. Harper, general
chairman, a Southerner by birth and
residence, and Harry F. Cary, a
Georgian, who Is a member of the
United Sons of Confederate. Veterans,
as chairman of the finaneo committee.
Chairman Cary Is being assisted In
raising the fund of $00,000 by Milton
E. Alles, vice chairman, and the fol
lowing committee members: II. C.
Aniley, B. M. Bridget, A. Brylawskl,
W. G. Carter, John B. Cochran,
Charles I. Corby, P. A. brury. John
Joy Edson. Fred A. Emery. William
J. Eynon. Charles W. Fairfax.. H. "W,
Fisher, W. T. Galliher, isaao Gins,
George E. Hamilton. W. B. Hlbbs. P,
8. Hlgbt, Lewis Holmes, H. O. John
son, D. J. Kaufman, 'J. Leo Kolb, M.
A. Leeje, A. Lliker, F. W. Mackenzie,
E. J. Murphy, John L. Newbold, C B.
Pearson, Julius I. Peyser, John Poole,
C. H. Pope, Dr. J. J. Richardson, Con
way Robinson, Guy T. Scott, Thomas
w. Smith. Joseph Strasburger, Mag
nus S. Thompson, George W. White
ana Simon wolf.
Partial List of Contributors.
A few of the notable contributions
already made follow:
Armour Fertilizer Works, Chicago,
$260; American Agricultural Chem
ical Company, New York, $280; AJax
Metal Company, Philadelphia, $5d;
American Telephone and Telegraph
Company, New York, f 250; Hon. John
C. Breckenrldge, New York, $25;
Francis 8. Caffey. solicitor. Depart
ment" of Agriculture, $80; Frank
Clark, Gainesville, Fla., $23; Judson
C Clements, Interstate Commerce
Commission, $23; Capital Traction
Company, $S00; Chesapeake and Po
tomac Telephone Company, $100;
Coco Cola) Company, Atlanta. Ga.,
$100; Chllds Restaurant Company,
New York, $100; Secretary of the
Navy Daniels, $100; Darby Printing
Company, $200; Judge Wllllan Dun
bar, postmaster. House of Represen
tatives, $15; Evening Star -News
paper Company, $230; Firestone Tire
ana Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio,
$100; Foster and Reynolds Com
pany, "Ask Mr. Foster," New York,
$100; Goodyear Tire and Rubber
Company, Akron, Ohio; $100; B. F.
Goodrich and Company. Akron. Ohio,
$100; Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea
Company, Jersey City, K. J., $20; At
torney General Thomas TV. Gregory,
$10; H. J. Heinz Company, "Pitts
burgh, Pa.. $100; Hercules Powder
Company, Wilmington, Del.. $100.
Hilary A. Herbert, former Secretary
!& itloses $ Sons
T and
$15.00
. $9.00
$11.50.
For the Dining Room
of the Navy, $C0; International Mer
cantile Marine Co, New York. $S0;
Kresges & Co., $23; Senator Blair Lee
Silver Springs, Md $23; Justice J. C.
HcReynoIds, $50; Charles A. Lylerly.
First National Bank, Chattanooga,
Tenn., $60; Liggett Jb Myers Tobacco
Co., St, Louis, Ma, ISO; R. a. Monroe.
New York, N. T $35; Secretary of the
Treasury McAdoo, $10; 'Vldolphus 8.
Ochs, New York. Times, New York,
$50; Ralph Peters, New York. $25;
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company,
Pittsburgh, Pa., $100; Rumford Chem
ical "Works, Providence, R. I, $M:
Saxon Motor Car Corporation, Detroit,
Mich., $100; Chief Justice Seth Shep-
ard, $25: Safety Car Heating Company,
New York. $bo; southern Express
Company, Atlanta, Ga., $100; South
ern Railway Company, $1,000; iStude
baker Corporation, South Bend. Ind
$100; Congressman Charles M. Stead
man, Greensboro, N. C, $10; Swift &
Co. Chicago, 111., $100; The Texas
Cormpany, New York, N. Y $150;
Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, Vs-,
$200; United Cigar Stores, New'York,
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' 4-piece Mahogany Bedroom Suite,
early American period. Construction and
finish of the best.
Dresser $45.00
Chiffonier .. ,;... ..... . .$43.50
Toilet Table $40.00
Bed, full size......... . . . .$30.00
Choice of Special Mahogany, Bird's
eye Maple or Golden Oak Dresser and
Chiffonier;
$23.00 Each
$50; United States Steel Corporation,
New Torlc. $150: VlrginlasCarollB
Chemical Company; Richmond, Va:,
$250; Washington. Baltimore & An
napolis Electric Railway, Baltimore,
McL, $250: Washington Railway &
Electric Co $500; Weir JTrog Com
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio, $25: Willys
Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio, $100;
William Wrlgley, Jr., Company, Chi
cago, lit, $100; Senator John Sharp
Williams, Yaioo,CIty,Mlss$20.
WAITS 20 YEARS, SON DIES.
KENOSHA, Wls March 13. Mat
Ernest is coming- home tofiay. But tho
ught which for twenty years his
mother, Mrs. Mary Ernst, has kept
burning In. an upstairs window every
night to welcome him has been In
vain, for Mat Is dead. His body I
coming from Sacramento, CU where
It was found 'and identified by one
of, the infreanent letters he TO In
the habit of writing home from all
parts of the world and which he had
not mailed when death overtook him.
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