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.w U THE WASHINGTON TIMES; THURSDAY, MARCH 15; 3917. ITEMS OF INTEREST IN AND ABOUT TOWN Happenings of the Day Various Parts of the Nation's Capital. In "Some people are neer satisfied." JlrMatirant Keepers ami lunrh room proprietors are Iiaifn;; their trouble Ict It not be Inferred that they do not aluays hae llieir troubles, but at this time, they have them more than ever. "My coffee was swerved cold; my rolTce is too hot: my j.oup is too thin; my soup is too tliirk: my toast is too brown: my toast Is not brown enough-' are all dally troubles and complaints. The good restaurateur explains &a tnese minor troubles ir he can - and the patron leaves happy. The latest aid to populating the intauc asylums with proprietors of. catin;; emporiums has struck Washington. "If It Isn't one thing it Is another." quotes the habitue of a lunch room. "X few months ago I had to com plain frequently because my codllsh cakes were all potatoes. Now I Iiav to complain because they arc all cod fish Trtilv. the lunchroom keeper has a bard life or it. . A. V. Alumni To Meet. reunion and a reception of the General Alumni Association of George Washington University will be held at Itauscher's on the night of April 11- i o'clock in the Health Office of the 'liistriit building before the Washing ton branch of the Society of American bacteriologists. Officers will be chosen. hthftln I'lnn . I.. h A joint excursion of the Technical J and Eastern High School Alumni As- sociations will be made to Marshall' Hall on June .s. The executive com mlUce of the former association will meet tonight at the home of Its sec retary. Miss Dorothy K. Crisp, cns.E street northeast, to discuss plans. Lectures on Turbines. ( It. Waller, chief engineer of the !cleu steam Turbine Company, of Philadelphia, delivered a lecture on turbines last night at a meeting of Washington Association. No. 1, Na tional Association of Stationary En gineers, at 1204 Pennsylvania avenue. Address by 1". J. Ilnlllcan. P. J. Haltlgan, a. House reading clerk, and past grand knight of Car roll Council, Knights of Columbus, will gle an Illustrated lecture on "The American Congress" March 27 before Washington Council. K. ot C, in tli lodge hall, COU K street north w est. Will Talk on 'Mexico. A talk on Mexico will be gicn to morrow night at the Arts Club, 2017 1 street northwest. The speaker will be Mrs. Taul Hudson, wife of the edl tor of the Mexican Herald. Memorial for K. M. K. lllshop. Memorial services in honor of the memory of Tiishop Alexander Walters will be held tonight at John Wesley A M. K. Zlon Church. Fourteenth Jid Corcoran streets northwest. Ttealty Man To Talk. James Sharp, a large holder of realty In the District, will address the Ileal Estate Brokers' Association tonight at s o'clock in the rooms of the Chamber of Coommercc. Talks on Foreign Trnde. Dr lxlward K. Trait, chief of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, lectured on "Foreign Trade Promotion" before the members of the Harvard Club of Washington at the University Club last night. Ledum on Huguenots. "Ljessons of Faith and Patriotism from the History of the Huguenots," was the topic of a lecture delivered last night by the Rev. Dr. Randolph McKim at the Church of the Epiphany. Will Discus Suffrage. The Elizabeth Cady Stanton Suf frage Society will meet tonight at the Public Library. "Why I Became a. Suffragist." will be discussed by Miss Viola Kauffman, formerly a teacher in California: Miss Catherine Dray ton, of the Public Health Service, and Miss Sarah P. Grogan, a member of the District bar. ( W. V. CntaloKue Soon Heady. The annual catalogue of George Washington University will be Issued about April 1. according to announce ment by Prof. Richard Cobb, secre tary of the university. The catalogue will include the schedule for the sum mer school, which will open Its sec ond season on June 23. Memorial for Physicians. . Memorial services for deceased members of the medical staff of George Washington University were held at the Medical School last night. Resolutions of sympathy, presented by Dr. S. S. Adams and George M. Kober. were adopted. A blographlral sketch of Dr. J. Ford Thompson, who died in February, was given by Dr. I). S. l.amb. Other speakers at the meeting were Drs. F. R. Hagner, J. It. Wellington. C. W. Kranzonl. T. M. McArdle, A. A. SnyCer, and S. S. Mon-castcr. Marine Iland to Play. The Marine Rand will open the mili tary benefit program to be given by the United Service Woman's Hranch of the American Red Cross In the Relasco Theater tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Logan Fcland, as "America," will sing "The Star-Spangled Ranner;" Mrs. George Harnett, wife of the Ma rlne Corps commandant, will play the part of Pocahontas; Miss Gladys ''oulke Smith will be a Puritan maid. and c c cainoun win oe i owimmu. The South will be represented by Mrs. t-..i t..n. ,-hn wilt sine "Dixie.1 Miss Anna Rrett Summy, representing - - as v. . f T? t sp n mst 4 me west, will sing - . " Yours." Miss Edna Scott Smith, for the East, will sing "America." More than one hundred normal school girls will sing "The Slari-pangieu winner, WIDOW SOLE BENEFICIARY. Henrietta F. Forbes, widow of Theo dore I. Forbes. U. S. A Is the sole beneficiary by the terms of her hus band's will, offered, for proDaie in District Supreme Court yesterday. The Vlll was made April I, 1100. Mrs. Forbes Is made executrix. LOCAL MENTION. Munlc nd Onnrlnp Kvery Krenlnff. Table d'hote dinner. i5ct Sterling- Hotel. 13th and E St. N. W. 10c KSK gar den Evenings ICn filnll lUiy Vivian Reed TODAY FRI. and SAT. LITTLE LOST SISTER I HUGHIE .MACK In "BOMBS AND DI.U.M1EIIS.' PERSONAL APPEARANCE ALL THIS WEEK VAN DYCK cnttTRUDB The filrl With the Double Voice IAa Matinees UC to 6 P.M. ROBERT HARRON OTB A Ll rt i ri w 6 to 11 I VIXCBT Wizard or the Piano. Evenings - LAST TIME TODAY The Bad Boy i .o, 3 MAUDE ttAVMI In "THE TEl.ErllO.NU nKULK." Krotto to Hold "Parade." The inaugural parade of Kalllpolis Grotto, Xo. 15, will be held tonight at the Wlllard. "Wear your fez and smile," Is the advice contained In the announcement circular. Each mem her must show his 11117 card to gain admittance. llfgHHBffiMKOy II IBJ h Lcrth lTV7ar AVSI W!lfev u wii rv m m m b vm m in i a wro r -rr ir rw vr v .r sw 7a TOO Mrrt Mnir. iiullhrrt. Fully 700 persons called at the Arts , Club yesterday to mct Mrac Gul.bert. the anm. Tlie rcrption was planned by Richard V. Ilnffel, the chairman of the entertainment committee of the club. Mm. f'nrr III. On ins to the illness of Mr? Samuel ' TT- Parr thf mlinr" et fl Palirijn I I Relief euinff Circle, heduled fori tomorrow, has been cal led off by the chairman of the lIatr.ct com mlttee, ilr. John A Igan. SonK Itrrltal at rotthntnn. ili. Jenny Umon. a Swedish nine er, and Kdouard Albion, nn Kn'lin baritone, will be cuetH of lionor of the Story Tellers Ieafcuc. In the new ballroom of the Hotel Powhatan, at y o clot k thi eveninc To IliaruM bllil I.aliwr. - ..- v.... .... ( uniM'imi tuiiirifui.-r j uii nun iuur win op iieiu in Haiti nr rt brtztmnx Mhm'i i Th- nritiol r pal pi hU rs will In "ui Iv , ; 1'TiJt I ni(;iiaan imiiitri to the Imt'd x.-iios, and the (nimci iii nuninn r oT Latxti. ('hailr J' Ntil. I liurrh Trafbrrn T llrel. A inotinc of thn Illnurnta ry Graded Sundav S-lnl Teacher I nion will b held in St TaulK Lu thran Chinch. Klovenlh and II Mret northwest, tomorrow nisht at T 15 . f hk. The junior riinfrrein e viil be (.onduetd by Mi Magi AVils-m Drier FIrl Aid IetmoiiM. JSecau.e of llip Btre"t ir strike and the uncertainty of niht m r ir tne flrt IesMn in "Iiist Aid nder Ited CrosV to liae ben Rtten tbiff e ettim? at the ila-on Ilouj-e. 1WC Twentieth jtre t nortliui .t, has been postponed . . It. I'ont lo rlrliralr. i Kit ("ai-oti nt, It will rt le braie it- fiftieth annicrarv March .h in t; A K Hall. a'.i!in to an Htinotini'einnt at th- bl monfhlv inotinjj lent niKht. Many meinh t -f '.ncrH an anions the hw inakeis lihtcil To AddrrnH IlnrtrrioIocUlH. Tr Km m I Smith, of the I'ureau of Plant Industr will tll lnnlrht m 'Safe Milk For Irrfsnfi & Iaralids ' Sabtiratt Co.! YOU - wfsasarnw n ixamrpns tHet for AU Agei. &cp KorHck's Always on Hand Quick Lunciu Home or Office. An Event Extraordinary ERE is your opportunity to own a Diamond it hard ly costs you even an effort just a few of the pen nies you now carelessly spend and that you will never miss. It's such a small matter (hardly worth mentioning.) Still, that Half Dollar or Dollar, if properly planted, will grow and grow and GROW. Think of it! You spend and save at the same time. Why not begin tomorrow? Phj Castelberg's Diamond Sale Offer No. 1 Every Diamond in tion is a sparkling niond you will want your friends to. see. Set in 14- k t . solid mountings Pay 50c a Week 5 collec- gem a Dia- gold $ Diamonds Delivered On First Payment You do not have to wait until the Ring is fully paid for you have the pleasure of wearing it while paying. n ,,-, iM.Hr i-r-UUu.Tft-'. I'Tnfta Full Value Exchange Privilege You nvay exchange any Diamond secured in this sale at any time for full purchase price! Many start in with a small Diamond and gradually save until they have a Diamond of great worth. It's an easy way to Diamonds. Castelberg's Diamond Sale Offer No. 2 The Diamond Rings repre sented in this collection are all mavelous val ues. Pure white stones, set in a big variety of mountings Pay 75c a Week $ Think what this means! WE ARE NOW OPERATING TWELVE BIG STORES IN TWELVE BIG CITIES grow Castelberg's Diamond Sale Offer Njo. 3 N One dollar a week is all we ask on these unusually beautiful Dia mond Rings. Choice d j from hundreds of m St 14-kl. solid gold T"0 mountings Pay $1.00 a Week We carry more Diamonds than the combined stocks of any other two jewelry houses in Washington. We will give greater value than the same amount of money can purchase elsewhere. Qualities arc guaranteed exactly as we represent them, and our reliability is un questioned. , CasfrftlbergSJ935 Penna. Ave. Open 8:45 a. m. Daily; Close 5:30 p. m. Saturday Open From 0 a. ni. to II p. m. The "In Between" Girl Has Come Into Her Own This Spring New Sport Dresses with Hats to Match Are here to delight the mother who thinks her daughter hard' to fit. Costumes made with great care, in smart simplicity, youthfulness, and grace NEW. SPRING ARRIVALS One Sport Dress, has blouse of white crepe, pleated skirt, large collar, cuffs, belt, and attached pocket of new spotted sport crepe; linished with ball buttons in clusters of $'11 CA VJJII..V three. Size 16 years. At. Sport Hat to Match the Dress, is made of same spotted sport crepe; trimmed with white grosgrain band; rosette and streamer; and finished with Co- penhagen straw (Q rtr facing. At vpj.ZD Girls' Smart Straw Hats, of milan hemp, fine straw, leg horn, etc.; in sailor and mush room .shapes, with grosgrain ribbon, velvet, ami flower JiS'fe $7.50 Another Sport Frock is made with blouse of spotted sport cloth; has pleated skirt of white crepe, sash and ccjlor of white crepe; bands of sport cloth edge skirt bottom; and pearl buttons tnm the cutis and shoulder. 1 4-year size Hat to Match is of rose-spotted crepe cloth, trimmed with" satin ribbon and (TO C hemp facing. At s).w y WASH GOODS l l Aaam SW Npus nf GrMt Mnmonri: ? --& ;; .$7.95 i REMNANTS Ready for Another Big Day. yuicic to see tne advan-j : tage in buying at this : ' special remnant price, goods that from the piece ': would be considerably;; :more, Washington women:: ;oniais pumps, slippers, .am will recognize this as one!: :: .A"n ef SPS ,.,r,tf f,:(- , elites, in combinations, two ..opportunity to outwit the,; ::ffrf' hrnn .,'. Callr ! !($ kahfi. 4 ctuva wuwu A HWII ; Voiles Ginghams Madras : ; Yd. 1212c Kann'o Street .Floor. Samples and Special Lots Low Shoes. Choice, a pair Two lots which combined :make up an assortment unusual lin variety and value giving. ; Among the samples are Co lonials, pumps, slippers, and ox- nov-tone Hbugbear-the "High Cost!: :iS "TO ,E&. SET i;of Living." I; hitc't-M nnI Mtiv- il'nlmc In tomorrow's lots are:;: in black and colors. ., , I Ripplettes English;; ;; All style lasts, all ZP..n.. VMl;. Vlnlli '.' ''rl.,l.. f Ul I V1'' """" . . loiyitoui iictu. iii sain $1.95 ; ; ; : pie sizes 3 to 4 'A onlv. '.'. In thft Sncrinl I nf arc nrnn7 nnH Hnlnri'A rnmhinitinnc 'L I - J . "-"--"--"" w. v.. WU WU...U...HUWJ, -v,umUrji ; ; ; , DiacK, ana tan, ana wnite canvas, uood ranee of sizes. il.nfrlr .. J V T 1 4 1 'i . VCDVCDCriAl XT... ir U..J1 liu! n.m '.' ""i ji bum. new iu-uuiiuil ni-VUl ! Spats in white and colors; all sizes- special, a pair, Knn' Fourth Floor, $1.35;; X EXTRA SPECIAL 1600 yds. Fine White skirtings : Lengths of 1 to 10 yards. 36 inches wide. ; values irom gc 10 sjacr.u in n full pieces. 15c CHOICE TOMORROW, YARD... This is a special purchase we were t lucky enough to get in time for" tomor row's sale, and consists of: Plain Gabardines - Pique Striped Gabardines Fancy Piques Corded Skirtings Plain and Fancy Weaves Fancy Poplins Just the materials for your new white skirts ; surely at tomorrow's special price, worth getting a little earlier than you 7 ryaaA Kann Street Floor. REMNANTS OF DRESS GOODS Worth to $1.25 yd. "-7Q Friday a yard C Black and colors, including Serges in navy and black, Cords in navy and black, Checked materials, , Mixed effects, V Crepes and poplins. 38 to 52 .inches wide. J LINING REMNANTS Sateens and Percalines, in I black and colors, tomorrow, a yd. j Kann'o Street Floor. 15c Remnants of New Spring Curtain Materials The clean-up of lengths;; after a busy week's brisk:; selling from our most desir-;; able spring curtain materials. ;; Imported Scotch Madras i Colored Bordered Scrims I Zira Marquisettes I Curtain Materials 18c inclies PLAIN and STRIPED TAFFETAS;! i; Rustle Among the New C f O Qf 'DRESSES at $ OUi Values to 35c yard. I Choice, yard cuilll nmuin. i - .....-.- . ;;wlde. 1 tt 10 ynrd lenBtlis. self-t 'woven and duuble border de."lcns J ! Scrims In larpe remnants; ' : many can he matched up. i '. Zlra C'lotli In a new mariul- I i .hm in verv nrettv natterns. . '' Other Curtain Materials and Curtains. M.irniifcettes. F a ii c v ; : 1 Swisses, and Scrims; useful:; lengths, values 10 zvc yaru. Friday, ard, 10c. Plain and Figured Silko- line, colored bordered scrims, i nlnin ;rrims ptr values to z 4 - 7 l;c yaru. t-ruay, yaru, oc. Marquisettes and Scrim; ..i. . Ii.. A.iirie li.-.itl Z 4 y.U lilllli. Itll.1. I.UILI.O. iik.ui- 7 stitched borders: or Batten ; I berg braid edge; 140 pairs, j : lvalues to Sl.49. Friday, z i . T a pair. 68c. : New Cross Stripe Madras Dutch Curtains. Special, Pair, 98c. I' Dainty colored striped effects. i ; with fancy knotted fringe at I bottom i; Sanltaiy Window Ventilators, 0 In. hlcli. extend to 37 In. wide ;25 value KHch. irr. ',' Z Kami s iimd KIihii t - The plain taffetas are made in straight box pleat ed style, with new pointed yoke, large collar which is ornamented with a touch of hand embroidery, belt is also hand embroidered; skirt is finished with a large flat fold, these are in Chinese blue, gray, navy, bisque, gold, and brown. The striped taffeta is in a novel little basque style, has Georgette sleeves and vest, sleeves finished with a new flare cuff. Other pretty basque, and straight line styles are found at this price also. All sizes for Misses to 20 years and women to 44 bust vvw A Friend In Need These UMBRELLAS (Seconds) at 98c Just .)0 of them women s Umbrellas only in the' lot. .Made of Rood rainproof material American taffeta Have paraRon frames, and Rood ranpe of plain and fancy! nanuics. , You will hardly recognize them as seconds, because the ! impcrieciions are very siignt. Kami's Street Floor "THB BTJSV COBNEa1 2Catm tms & Olai 8TH ST. AND PENNA. AVE.