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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY; APRIL 19,- 1917. MISSM'ADOOTO ' BE BRIDE MAY 15 Secretary and Mrs. McAdoo Is sue Invitations for Wedding. The Secretary of the Treasury arid Mrs. William Glbbs McAdoo have ent out invitations for the marriage of the Secretary's daughter. Miss Nona Haselhurst McAdoo, and Ferdi nand de Slohxenschlldt, second secre tary of the Russian embassy, on Tuesday afternoon. May 15, at 4 o clock, in St. John's Church. A re ception will be held at the residence of Secretary and Mrs. McAdoo, in R street, immediately following the ceremony. Mr. de Mohrenschlldt has leased the residence of the late Mrs. Theodore N. Davis, In Edgemoor, Md., for the summer months. Congressman and Mrs. J. Wlllard Ragsdale were hosts at dinner last evening-, having the Japanese ambas sador, Mr. Sato, and the Chinese Min ister and Mrs. Koo among their guests. The other guests were Senator and Mrs. Claude Swanson, Paymaster Gen eral Samuel McGowan, Mrs. Delos Blodgett, Mrs. Robert D. Earle. of -Columbia, S. C; Miss Jeannette Cow an, and Mr. Qulntane, of the Argen tine embassy. The house was gay with Jonquils, cherry blossoms, and other spring blossoms, and on the table pink carnations, pink roses, and snapdragons were used. .5. The marriage of Stephen Hedry de Hedri, et de Genere Aba, until recently rirst Secretary of the Austro-Hungar-lan embassy, at Washington, and Miss Florence Coleman, daughter of Mich ael Coleman, of New York, will be sol emnlxed this afternoon in New Tork. The ceremony will be performed in St. Vincent de Paul's Church in West Twenty-third street, and .will be fol- lowed by a small reception at the home of the brides father. Rev. Theothlle Wucher is to officiate, and only relatives and & few Intimate friends are to witness the ceremony. Miss Fannie Coleman is to be the bride's only attendant. Prince Alfred su Hohenlohe-Schllllngsfurst. who married -Miss Katherfne Brltton, will act as best man. 4 Several interesting dinner parties are on the program for this evening, the most Important being the dinner Mrs. James McDonald will give in honor of the Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing, with the Governor,.ot WW Tork and Mrs. Charles S. Whit man among the guests. Mrs. Durrell Hoffman, of New Tork, who Is staying with Airs. McDonald, will also be In Ahe party. Senator James D. Phelan will en tertain at dinner in compliment to his guests, Ir. and Mrs. Rudolph Spreckels, of San Francisco, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. O'Brien will also be hosts at dinner, entertaining a small hut distinguished company at their apartment in the Connecticut, and Rear Admiral and Mrs. Harry McL. P. Huse will give a dinner at the Army and Navy Club. 5 Mrs. Malbnrn Is Hostess. Mrs. William P. Malburn. wife of the Assistant Secretary of the Treas ury, was hostess at luncheon today, entertSlning'twelve-gxfesta. ,r, Mrs. James Riley Gordon, of New Tork, and Miss Virginia Gordon, who have been spending a few weeks at 1201 Nineteenth street, will close their residence the latter part of this week. Miss Gordon will go to New Tork and Mrs. Gordon will -visit Senator and Mrs. Claude Swanson. Mrs. Henry F. DImock will be hos tess at dinner on Saturday evening. Commodore liege; Host. Commodore and Mrs. William S. Hogg entertained Informally at din ner last- evening at thetr residence in Cathedral avenue In compliment to Miss Geraldlne Boush. who Is staying with them. The guests Included Rear Admiral and Mrs. Clifford J. Boush, Miss Ruth Wilson, Harris Franklin, and Dr. Edmund T. M. Franklin. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Boush, who have recently returned to Washing ton, have opened their residence, 20J0 N street, for the spring months. Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, of Co lumbia University, is spending a few days at the Shoreham. Mrs. Charles Harper Walsh, for merly of Washington and now. resld Ing In New Tork, announces the en gagement of her daughter. Miss Louise Marie Walsh, to W Price Aman, son of Mrs. Ambrose Aman, of Mt Airy, Philadelphia. The wedding will take place early In June. - Dr. Ponlleff Entertains. Dr. George N. Poulleff, of the Bui garlan legation, entertained guests at luncheon at the Shoxtian yet.rday. The president and board of mana gers of the Christ Child Sicltty will have their annual mo-tintr at Rausch ers tomorrow afternoon at -I o'clock. The Rev. Dr. William I. ICerby will make an address. An exhibit of metli ods of work will open a. 3. Tea will be served. Lieutenant Pechkoff. of trie Kirnch army""who Is traveling in this c mn try on a mission for the Vrcneh gov ernment, has returned to Washington, and Is staying at the Wlllard. Mrs. Arthur Lee, who has been the guest of Mrs. Harry Campbell Graef, will return tomorrow to her summer home at Elklns, W. Va. Take Newport Cottage. CoL Murroogh O'Brien, military at tache of the British embassy, and tne Hon. Mrs. O'Brien, who have spent their tummtn at Newport since coming to Sick-Headache! Dr. J.J.Caldwell says that this exceed ingly distressing disease does not short en life, but does not appear to be curable. Bullerers from this affliction are con demned to undergo -the periodical at tacks every tew weeks until they are forty years of ace. after which tfaeattacks are less frequent, and Anally disappear entirely. Palliative measures daring the attack are all that It Is ponlble-to sus gelt, while care In the diet Is the best preventive measure. An attack may often b prevented by taking two antl kamnls tablets when the flxtt symptoms appear.andoneantl-kaznnia tablet every two hours during; the attack shortens It, esses the pain and brines rest and quiet. Antl-kamnl tablets may be obtained this country, have taken one of Mr. J. Norman Whltehouse'a cottages on Price's Neck. Newport, for the coming season. , J. FagS Mallory. of Asheillle. N. C Is vlilUne his aunt. Mrs. Lula M. Morgan. it her residence. 1902 G street Mr. Mal lory has Just returned from Mexico. Mrs. William Bayard Hale, who has been spending some time at (Natural Bridge. Va.. Is at the Wlllard ro several days on her way to her home in Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. Luther W. Mott, wife of Con gressman Mott. of New York, gave, a luncheon today at the Army and Navy Club in honor of Mrs. Spxaker, State regent of the D. A. IL, of New York, and the delegates from north ern New York, who are attending the D. A. R. congress. Copleys Lease 'Williams Place. Congressman and Ira C. Copley have leased Gardner Williams' resi dence, 2201 R street, and will take possession about June 1. George .W. Norrls, of the Farm Loan Board, and Mrs. Norrls. who have occupied Mr. Williams residence since they came to Washington, In the autumn, will give it up early In May, when Mrs. Norrls will go to their summer home at Pennlyn, Pa. Y Senator and Mrs. Philander C Knox have taken possession of their home in K street, which bss been leased to Congressman and Mrs. Thomas B. Dunn of New York for the past two seasons. , Mrs. Dunn and her daughter. Miss Frances Dunn, will spend the spring months at Lake Placid, N. Y. CAPT. UNDERWOOD WEDS Son ' Alabama Senator Takes Bride In South. Washington society is keenly In terested in the marriage yesterday of Capt. Oscar Underwood, Jr- son of Senator Oscar Underwood, and com mander of Troop A, First Alabama Cavalry, and Miss Elene Pratt, of Prattville, Ala.. The ceremony took place at the home of the bride's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Pratt, and was followed by a reception to more than 300 guests. Both families have friends all through the South, and the wedding was largely attended by guests from many States. The bride's attendants were Mrs. George Holden, of Chicago; Mrs. Mer rill Pratt, of Prattville;. Mrs. Louis Underwood, of Birmingham; Miss Jennle Allen Pratt and Miss Lee Marks, of Montgomery. Louts Under wood was his brother's best man. The bride was given away by her father, and the narrlage- ceremony was per formed by the Rev. Oscar Welch. Capt. and Mrs. Underwood started later for New Orleans to pass a week, after which they will return to Mont gomery to attend the marriage of Eugene Ransom and Miss Lee Marks, at which Mrs. Underwood will be i-atron of honor. They will then come to Washington and 'New York. Mrs. Oscar Underwood, mother of the bridegroom, was 111 In Washington and unable to attend. ( '.j. Mrs. Smith Hostess. Mrs. William Alden Smith, wife of Senator Smith of Michigan, wilt be hostess at tea this afternoon, enter taining in compliment to the Michi gan delegation to the D. A. R. Con gress. Mrs. Smith will be assisted In rfelvlnff' tur Afr Wlte Sfnt. r.p.nl of the Michigan D. A. R.; Mrs. Edwjn F. Sweet. Mrs. William H. Hills, and Mrs. Robert M. Montgomery will pre side at the tea table. The house Is charmingly decorated with spring flowers. "'"" 5- Garrets' Return nome. Mr. and Mrs. James Marlon John ston entertained Informally at dinner last evening, having among their guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garrett, of Baltimore, who made them a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett have re turned to Baltimore. Lieut. Col. Stephen L. H. Slocum. U. S. A has arrived at the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs to Join Mrs. Slocum. who Is there with Mrs. John H. RIcketson and Miss Sarah Rlcket- son, of Pittsburgh. Instant Hair Stain Bif.tr Than Slow "Restorers" 8om folks would have rou b e 1 1 ve that they ' hat. iiIipav. ered some Tm a rv clous e o m b Ination ,ihst will "r- ftore" the col- or to s-rsy, streaked, or r a d e d hair, without subl ine it. No such Preparation has ever been discovered. There Is only one prepara tion, so far as we know, that Is entirely free from sulphur, lead, silver, mercury, sine, aniline, coal tar products or their derivatives That prepara tion Is called "Brownatone." It is so easy and safe to apply that the wonder is that anyone ever uses anything else. "Brownalone" Instantly tints the hair to any shade of brown (or black) .rat may bu desired. If the gray shows on ou- temple or Is streaking your hair If the ends of ym.r hair are lighter than the balance, or If for any reason jou wjsh to stain all or part of your hair use "Brownatone " A sample and a booklet will be sent you (from manufacturers only) upon receipt of IOC. Mention naue aesirra. All of the leading drug stores sell "Brown atone." Two sires, tii end II 00. Insist on "Brownatone", at your hair dresser's. Prepared by The Kenton rharmaeal Co It beott St Covington, Kr. ror sale ln Washington by OTXmnell's prug Stores, People's Drug Stores and other U-"Hn d'Slers Advt Hair Removed jMTliracfe Beqnlres no mlxlac. Bendy for In stant ns. Basalts Immedlata. Manay back If It falls. TINE TO SAVE SAVINGS ACCWflfTS. Mir I NINTH- G" A. R H. SCOTT WEDS GERTRUDE YROOMAN Home of Eide's Parents Scene of Ceremony Culminating High School Romance. One of the prettiest of home wed dings of the spring took place Tues day afternoon at -4 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's parents In Massachusetts avenue, when Miss Gertrude Sherman Vrooman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest French Vroo man, became the bride of Allison Fendall-Hannay Scott. The ceremony was performed In the presence of a few relatives and Intimate friends by the Rev. W. I, Kenney, pastor of the First Meth odist Episcopal Church, of Annapoljs, Md., assisted by the Rev. Dr. Samuel H. Greene, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church. The ceremony was followed by a buffet luncheon. , The decorations were palms, ferns, Easter lilies, pink azaleas, and roses. The bride, who was given In mar riage by her father, wore a suit of fawn Polree twill, with white fox furs, and a picture hat of gray straw and old blue satin. Her corsage bou quet was of gardenias and orchids. Miss Helen Strong, daughter of Mrs. Blanche Turner Strong, who was the bride's only attendant, wore a smart plaid suit of black and white, with a large white picture hat, and corsage bouquet of gardenias and pink sweet peas. Little Julia Cookman, cousin of the bride, carried a delicate em broidered white satin basket. In which the ring rested. Norwood Bessllng acted as best man. Mrs. Vrooman, mother of the bride, wore a becoming gown of midnight blue chiffon taffeta, trimmed In georgette crepe, and a corsage bou quet of gardenias and purple sweet peas. Miss Sarah Hannay, aunt of the bridegroom, wore a handsorrfe gown of black net embroidered In gold over black satin, and a corsage bouquet of gardenias and lavender sweet peas. Miss Scott, sister of the bridegroom, wore a pretty gown of white lace over white satin, and a corsage bouquet of gardenias and pink sweet peas. Solos, "At Dawn" and "O, rromlse Me," were rendered before the cere mony by Mrs. Ruth Simpson, aceom panled by Mrs. Grace Adams Schmed, Mlss Scott played the weddlngwill serve as ushers. marches, while Mrs. Schmed was at the piano during the ceremony. The bride and bridegroom have known each other from their high school days, and have finished their college courses at the University of Wisconsin; The bridegroom soon will receive a commission as captain in the Coast Artillery, U. S. A. Because of the war situation., the seniors of Wisconsin University who were mem bers of the military department were automatically graduated by resolu tion of the faculty of the university. Because of the uncertalntyNof mili tary plans, the wedding was ad vanced two months from the .time originally planned. Mr. and Mrs. Scott' will be at home In Madison. Wis., until Mr. Scott gets his commission. Mrs. Scott will con tinue to devote herself to Red. Cross work. In which she has been active of late. Mrs. D4I0S Blodgett and her sister, Mrs. Charles Gray Matthews, will be at home. Informally this afternoon to the Georgia and South Carolina dele gations to the D. A. R. congress. Mrs. Cyrus Perkins, of Michigan, who Is their guest; Miss Malzle Porcher, and Miss Helen Blodgett will assist in making the delegates welcome. To morrow afternoon Mrs. Blodgett and Mrs. Matthews will give a tea in hon or of the Michigan delegation. Walter Hints Page, the American ambassador, gave a dinner at the embassy last night In honor of the T Says we must keep feet dry; avoid exposure, and eat less meat. "Stay off the damp- ground, avoid exposure, keep feet dry, eat less meat, drink lots of water and above all take a spoonful of salts occasion ally to keep doi?n uric acid. Rheumatism Is caused by poisonous toxin, called uric acid, .which Is gene rated In the bowels and absorbed Into the blood. It Is the function of the kidneys to filter this acid from the blood and cast It out In the urine. The pores of the skin are also a means of freeing the blood of this Impurity. In damp and chilly, cold weather the skin pores are closed, thus forcing the kidneys to do double work, they become weak and sluggish and fall to eliminate this uric acid which keaDs accumulating and circulating through the sstem. eventually settling In the joints and nusc!es causing stiffness, soreness and pain called rheumatism. At tne nrat twinge ot rheumatism get from any pharmacy about four ounces of J ad. Salts, put a tablespoon ful In a glass of water and drink before breakfast each morning for a week. This Is said to eliminate uric acid by stimulating the kidneys to normal action, thus rlddlns; the blood of these Impurities. Jad Salts is Inexpensive, harmless and Is made from the acid ot grapes and lemon juice, combined with lllhla and Is used with excellent results by thousands of folks who are subject to rnoumausm. tsere you nave a pleasant, effervescent ltthla-water arinx wnicn overcomes uric acid and Is beneficial to your kidneys as .veil. Advt Steam Table From 1 1 :30 a.m. to 8 :30 p.m. Best Quality Food At Popular Prices White Palace Jfii 314 9th St 1417 G St 1113 Pa. Ave. n MM CASES OF RHEUWATISW NOW American naval mission now In Eng land. Those present Included ..the prime minister, David Lloyd-George; Admiral Jelllcoe, Sir Edwin Carson, Dr. Christopher Addison, minister of munitions; Viscount Cowdray, presi dent of the alrboard; Rear Admiral William S. Sims, U. S. N.; Lieutenant Commander John V. Babcock ana the American naval attaches, Capt. William D. MacDougall and Paymas ter Eugene C Tobey. Mrs. MeKre Honor Guest. Mrs. James Robert McKee, who is being continuously feted during her stay In Washington, was the guest of honor at a luncheon given by Mrs. James McMillan today, and this afternoon Mrs. Stephen B. Elklns entertained In formally at tea In her honor. Mrs. Mc Kee Is staying with Mrs. Elklns. ! rs. Vfctor Kauffmann Is entertaining at bridge this afternoon for her guests, osuie fiasaeu, 01 Boston. Airs. Dwight Piatt, of New York, who Is vis lting Dr. and Mrs. John Crayke Simp son, will pour tea, - DR. KIM TO SPEAK Prominent Chinese Woman to Be Guest at Congressional Club. Dr. Tamel Kim. one of the foremost women of China, and Miss Helen At water will be the guests of honor at the Congressional Club tomorrow afternoon. Dr. Yamel Kim, who es tablished the first hospital for women- in China, will speak on the gen eral subject of the advancement of women, and Miss Atwater will give a short address on "Present Day Prob lems." As usual at the weekly Friday aft ernoon entertainment at the club, tea will follow the conclusion of the pro gram. Mrs. Franklin K. Lane and Mrs. Atlee Pomerene, a former presi dent or the club, will preside at the table. The hostesses for the after noon will be Mrs. John W. Lansrley. Mrs. Gordon Lee, Mrs. F. R. Lehl- bach, Mrs. J. Charles Llnthlcum. Mrs. C C. -McChord, Mrs. George P. Mc Lean. Mrs. Walter W. Magee. Mrs. James R, Mann, Mrs. Adolph Meyer, Mrs. John M. Nelson, Mrs. John I. No lan, Mrs. Cstlvln D Paige. Mrs. James H. Potter. Mrs. James S. Parker, Mrs. Jonn A. Peters, Mrs. A. N. Peterson. Mrs. J. Wlllard Ragsdale. and Miss Alice Page. Mrs. E. C. Gudger. Miss Curry. Miss Dorothy Dennett, Miss Freer, Miss Volstead, Miss Webb, and Miss Stone h Dr. and Mrs. F. Fremont-Smith have announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Dorottva Fre mont-Smith, to Edward Preble Mot ley. Mr. Motley la the son of Mrs. Edward PreSle Motley and the late Mr. Motley, of Boston. Dr. and Mrs. Fremont-Smith, with ther daughter, spent last winter at Cambridge to be near their, sons, one of whom was a student at Harvard University and the other at the Mass achusetts Institute of Technology. Miss Fremont-Smith Is a member of the 1016-17 Sewing Circle of Boston. Miss Sonneborn To Wed. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Sonneborn, of Baltimore, announce the engagement of their doughter. Miss Beulah Sonneborn. to Herbert A. 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The mod ern girl Is some heavy," was his plaint. The pantomime Is a distinctly ath letic performance, anyway. Miss Mary Minnix reports that she is bruised and sore in every muscle area from the strenuous part in which she is banged about, hidden under a huge hat box and required to perform oth er gymnastic feats. When the author of "Sapho" cast the nero to carry a heroine up a flight of stairs the moralists objected, but the actors complained even more' strenuously. James J Corbett saw a chance to enter the dramatic field about Jhat time. The Drama League Players are Cry ing for amateur playwrlgbts'to "have a heart", henceforth, or furnish a glmnoslum. The four, one-act productions, all bv Washington authors, are to be re peated tonight and tomorrow night at the Wilson Normal School. HOWARD NEW DUPONT CHIEF National Saving Treasurer Elected President of Bank. George Howard, prominent In busi ness and social circles, who for years has been treasurer and cashier of the National Savings and Trust Company, yesterday Was elected president of the Dupont National Bank, to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of Ezra Gould. Mr. Howard assumed his new duties today, havler; tendered his resignation as treasurer and cashier of the National Savings and Trust Company aa soon as he was notified of his election to the presidency of the Dupont- Wllllam B. Hlbbs, who recently ac quired control of the Dupont National through purchase of the stock held by Mr. Gould and some of his associ ates, announced today 'that no fur ther changes In the officers of the bank are contemplated, but that the board of directors probably will be enlarged. The bank Is equipped with safe deposit boxes and Its furnishings are thoroughly modern. Mr. Howard, the new president, be gan his banking career at the age of twenty-four as a clerk In. the Na- HOW TO WASH WOOLENS Blankets, Sweaters, Babies' Woolens tlonal Savings and Trust Company. He ws for three years president-of the Georgetown Gas Light Company and has served from time to time on the directorates of financial institu tions. Selection of a successor to Mr. How ard as treasurer of the National Sav ings and Trust Company is to be made at the next meeting of the board. PLAN VACATION ACTIVITIES. A comprehensive scheme for vaca tion educational activities for the students of tho public schools will he discussed at a meeting pf the Henry D. Cooke Home and School Association tomorrow evening at that school. Among the speakers will be O. H. Benson, of the Department of Agricul ture; Fred Brunner, head . of the municipal swimming pools; Miss M. Stockard, F. H. Woodward. Titus Ulke. Jones. Miss A. M. AtLee, and Miss E. H. P'retty Baby Complexion No Sign of Wrinkles or. 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