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THE WASHINGTON TBIES; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10.' 1917.
8 NEGLIGE STYLES A TREAT, EVEN H By MARGARET MASON. The negliges They wexr theee days Ara arlmply out of sight. But yon, my dear. In one, I fear. Can't tope to be not quite. VErw TORK; Not. 10. Diaphanous and gauzy, transparent, thin and iheer, are adjective to be applied to neglige thla rear. Of filmy lace and chiffon. Georgette, Illusion, too. when you've donned one there'a no illusion eft regarding you. "Documentary robee In time," ao reads the cryptic phrase, placarded In a window that shows much that doth amaxo. Of coures It's on the Avenue and quite a nifty shop, and the show within its window makes most every body stop, except a poor old blind man a be passes, even he, hesitates a bit to listen eren though he can not see. For the negliges exhibited are' loud and blatant, too. In Oriental colorings of every beetle hue. Of Oeorrette crepe they all are nalt, on thickness. If you please. in one piece sort of start aniens, on some up to tb knees, are crude and coarse and crewel designs embroider ed all by ,"aand, while round the round neck atrd the sleeves repeats the) crewel band. Tarda and Tarda ef Yelle-w. Oaorgett crepe of vivid green Is dona In yards of blue, red, yellow, heliotrope and black and almost erery hue. Around the hem the belt and sleeves, all flowing, and the neck, and two medallions of the yarns adorn each breast, by heck! A. purple robe hangs flowing, down ana bait or girdle any, adorning It are yarn Assigns, not Just a few, but many. A. erepa of Qobelln blue is done In Tarn all shades of yellow while one f rata when donned will have de signs upon some fellow. Tor wear beneath these negligees are combinations shown In crepe of oelor and designs In yarn to match their own. Less worldly and mora sweet six teen a little model Is, In pink or 'blue which most suits you. So very dainty tU.( Of flesh georgette the Jacket waist all frilled in 'point d'eeprlt, shews underneath a satin band of ribbon rosily, -on which are rosebud garlands while the skirt full pleated fella. Ifs of c. fashion always good whoa beauty never palls. Another one of corn hued crepe has. chiffon tunle blue. , The Empire ''waist Is Sower-girt. It's something -very new. gaa Calffen Kobe. y Some chiffon velvet robes sjranera on flowing lines all banded In mera! Don or softest fur with tassels silken stranded adangla from their flowing sleeTes and on the girdle ends. In deed, this robe more coversome more hop of comfort lends, in case a coal ess winter we, like Europe, bar to face, in which event dellrer me from one of gause and lace. The boudoir caps are 'bout the same, they really don't much vary. Some now are showing fur pompoms that are most chic oh, very. While turbans of brocade and gold are very smart to wear with harem robes of Eeorgeous hue that trousers boast, a pair. And with the documentary robes we've mentioned heretofore of course they're yarn darned Georgette caps mat you will Just adore. But this I know and tell you so that whether cold or coaled If you haTe bought a gauzy robe and for It paid much gold. Although you shiver like a leaf you'll really have to wear It You'll feel more dressed to wear a smile so simply grin and bear It HAIR CUT FROM GIRL WHILE IN TROLLEY CAMDEN". X. J, Nov. 10. Three Inches hair were clipped from the head of Alias Helen Beck, fifteen years old, and police offclal. have been asked to make an Investigation. Mies Beck had 'been attending the Camden high school, and it was not until she returned to her home that she made the discovery. The hair was cut at the barette, and the cutting is believed to have been done on a trolley car Several similar com plaints hate been made recently,, and the victims in all Instances have been t young gins. THANKSGIVING TURKEY SAUCE IS THREATENED VCVV YORK, ov 10. Cranberry. taucf as- a part of the ThankffKlvlnjvT Day dinner menu U frowned upon by members or the .New Tork. food.con tervatton commission, who say the elimination of thla time-honored ad junct to the f-uftomary ThankKglvIng- spread would assist in solving the present sugar-shortage problem. The large amount of sugar re quired to sweeten cranberries la urged by members of the commission as a, reason for the elimination of the rauce from the list of Thanki giving deil actes nioMlsned JUS. F. KLEINBERGER GALLERIES inc. ANCIENT PAINTINGS ANNOUNCE their REMOVAL, to 725 FIFTH AVENUE Between Hth ant S7th Etrettl NEW YORK CITY The New Galleries will be open from November 12 to 10 with s LOAN EXHIFiriON ITALIAN PRIMITIVES the full gross receipts of whlcn will go to the American War Relief )R BUND MEN rr- . -i , rm IJR, EttaWthed JUS. JJfl rii THE CITY'S Capt Wallace To Take Bride This Afternoon One of the most brilliant assem- . blagea of the season will come to- ' . .. ... .. . . . ..t.t.u.lr geiner una axiernoon at iiov v .v- at the residence of Mrs. Robert W Patterson for the wedding reception of her niece. Miss Ituth Raymond Patterson, and CapL Melville V. Ful ler Wallace, U. 3. A. Captain Wal lace Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Campbell Wallace. The announce ment of his promotion to the rank of captain waa made last evening at th dinner Mr. and Mrs. Wallace gav In compliment to their aon and his fiancee. The ceremony today will be at 4 o'clock at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Raymond Patterson. In Kenydn street and will be attended by a small, but distinguished com pany. Including a llttl group of friends of the bridegroom's grand father, the late Chief Justice Mel ville W. Fuller. The Rev. Dr. Roland Cotton Smith, rector of St John's Church, will officiate, assisted by the Iter. Dr. Charles Wood, pastor of th Church of tb Covenant Brother T Give Bride Away. Miss Patterson will be given in marriage' by ber brother, Lieut Robert W. Patterson, TJ. S. IL, who came from Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va. where he Is on duty, for the occasion. Her only attendant will be her small cousin. Miss Felicia Glzycka, daughter of Countess Oizycka. Lieutenant Wallace will have aa his best man Capt R. L. Williams. U. S. R who Is on duty at Chlokamaugua. The little bridal party will pass down the stalrwey and through hall and drawing room to the bay window where the ceremony will be per formed. Hera quantities of Easter lilies are massed before a white satin prle dies, where the young couple will kneeL The room will b lighted by candles,, tb soft light combining wlthlh great clusters of lilies and the leafy green, ton of the walls to give th effect of a chapel. A string orchestra, will play the wedding music BrM. la Walt latin. Th bride will wear a gown of whit satin, with a silvery sheen, mads on simple and youthful lines. The sXtrt Is quite long, and Is draped slightly toward the back. The round necktx outlined with pearls and the nareaW-trdle Is finished with -pearl tassgbt The long sleeves are of tulle "The court train,' hung frpm tha'Cahoulders where It Is fastened by pearl ornaments, completes th 'costume arid the lovely bride will wear a full tulle veil falling from the back of her hair and held by a coronet of rose point lace. She will wear over her face a short ell edged with pearls, which will be removed after th ceremony. Her bouquet will be of white orchids. Miles of the valey, and maidenhair fern: and she will wear the bride groom's gift a diamond and platinum wrist watch. The flower girl's frock Is of white tulle trimmed with fine silver lace and belted by a wide girdle of white satin. Her beautiful and abundant hair, which she wears In long curls, will be bound by a simple silver fillet She will carry an armful of roses. The men of the wedding party, will all be In uniform, wearing the serv ice olive drab. Guests' at Ceremony. Among those In the little company to witness tho ceremony will be Chief Justice and Mrs. Edward Douglas White, Justice and Mrs. Oliver Wen dell Holmes, Justice William R. Day, the Secretary or Agriculture and Mrs. Houston. Mrs. Thomas F. Bayard. Miss Jane Rlggs, Congressman and Mrs. Frederick If. Glllett Miss Frances Hoar, Miss Helen Snow Jones, E. Lee Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Newbold Noyes, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wallace and their niece. Miss Sallie Beecher; Mrs. Rob ert W. Patterson and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Joseph Medlil Patterson. of Chicago, who Is her guest, and Countess Glzyka. The bride's mother will wear a be. coming costume of black French tar feta, made with an oversklrt silently draped over a petticoat of fine black silk lace. The draped bodice has an emplecement of the lace and elbow length tulle sleeves, with taffeta cuffs. Sbe will wear a smart hat of black silk beaver, with black feathers the crown, and a corsage bouquet of orchids. Mrs. Wallace's Gown. Mrs. Wallace's gown Is of soft. pearl gray velvet combined with chlf. fon, and sba will wear a black velvet hat Miss Beecher will wear sap phire blue velvet, with a black hat faceU with blue; Mrs. Robert Patter son's gown Is of taupe velvet with a hat to match, and Countess Glsycka will wear a smart frock of black vel vet and a large black velvet hat Miss Florence Lowden, daughter of the governor of Illinois, who Is a guest of the bride, will wear a mauve velvet frock embroidered In gold, with a mauve velvet hat The list of guests from out of town who will attend both the ceremony and the reception includes Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Cass Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus C Turner, and Mr. sfid Mrs. William Eugene Lewis, all of .Vew Tork. Quantities of American Beauty rosfs will be used at the handsome home of Mrs. Robert Patterson. In Dupont Circle, where the reception will be held. Official, diplomatic and resident society will be generally rep. resented, and scores of officers from Camp Meade, Camp Lee, at Paters, burg; Fort Myer, and Camp Dli. Wrlgbtsown. N. J, will be present their uniforms giving a distinctly military atmosphere to the scene. The great ballroom will be throun open for dancing. Heme at Cklekamangn. Captain Wallace and his bride will make their home for the present at Chlckamauga, Ga, where they have quarters. When the young couple leave for their wedding trip the bride -w III wear a becoming suit of navy blue duvetyn. wun a military collar, and a smart black velvet hat fashioned with the new high crown and trimmed with a tlmple cockade of black ribbon. She win carry a top coat of brown duve tyn trimmed with brown fox fur. 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Daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. F. Ward Denys, who is one of the inter esting girls in Washington society. Mrs Daniels to Leave Tomorrow For Chattanooga Mrs. Josephus Daniels will leave Wash Ington tomorrow for Chattanooga, Tenn., to attend the-United Daughter of the Confederacy convention. Mrs. Daniels will make several visits berore returning to Washington. ! An exhibition or posters by famous British artists, including many war poster;, will be given at Octagon House for tbe week beginning November 19. under the auspices of the board of man agers of the House of Mercy. The pos-a ers will be on view each day from-10 to' C o'clock and each afternoon from. 4 to 6 o'clock tea will be served, with promi nent society women as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. A. Levy and their daugh ter Miss Blanche Levy, havo moied from their residence In Vernon street to 1749 Harvard street Mrs. Levy's bother. Mrs. Rasher, has also moved to 1749 Har vard street Lieut Walker Beale. U. S. R-, who Is stationed at Camp Dix, X. J., ar rived In Washington this morning to make a short visit with his mother, Mrs. H. B. Beale. and to attend the ueddinc today of Miss Ruth Patter son and Capt Melville Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. John I. Cassidy, who have been staying at the Grafton, have gone to Honolulu to make an extended stay. Mr. and Mrs. Cassidy leased their house, 3522 Sixteenth street last spring to Julius Itosen wald. of the Council of National De fense. Mrs. Alexander Brown, of Baltl more, will pass the inter at the RItz-Carlton In New Tork. Mme. da Gama, wife or the Brazil Ian ambassador, was the guest or honor at a dinner which Judge and Mrs. Elbert If. Gary gave last even ing In Nejv Tork. Mme. da Gama Is spending several days with Judge and Mrs. Gary. Major General Teter C. Haines Is spending several days at the Astor In New Tork. The marriage of Miss Dorothy J. Taylor, daughter of Mrs. M. J. Tay. lor. of New Tork and Washington, and John G. Lethbrldge, of the British riylng Corp, took place this morning In tho Church of the 111 "sued Sacrament In New York. A wedding breakfast followed at Delmonlco's. .;. Secretary Houston on Trip. David Franklin Houston, Serretary of Agriculture, has gone to St I.ouIb on official business and will be ab-ent from the Capital for some diys r Rear Admiral and Mrs. Robert n. I eary have as their guest their daugh ter. Mrs Edward Stafford, formerly Miss Marie Peary, whose marriage to Captain Stafford took place October n at St John's Episcopal Church. Captain and Mrs, Stafford are living ni rort Monroe, wnere uapcain star ford Is stationed. Admiral and Mrs. Peary have recently returned from a trip to their place on Eagle Island. Me Mr. and Mrs. Philander P. Claxton have ss their guest for the week end Miss Will Allen Dromgoole, of Nash ville. Tenn . chief yeoman of the na val reserve. stationed at Norfolk. Mies Dromffoole. who Is widely kmmn throughout the South as writ er and speaker, ha been assisting In obtaining rerrultn for the navy, ad dressing audience In many localities. Miss Dromgoole Is the only woman who wears the uniform or an oMcer of the United States navy. Mrs Claxton will be at home very Informally thla evening In order that her friends may meet Miss Drom goole x. Darnel a Itrturn Tomorrow. MaJ Gen. and Mm, George flarnett. who are spending the week-end In Philadelphia, will return to the ma rine barracks tomorrow. SOCIAL SIDE ------p-,- Miss Halite Davis To Be Debutante. ' Of. This Season Miss Hallle Davis has returned to Washington from Evanston. Ill, where sbe was the guest' for several weeks of Miss Wilkinson, and has Joined her mother, Mrs. Armstead Davis, at their apartment at 130: Eighteenth street Miss Davis will be one of th season's debutantes. ! Itetnrns From Vermont. Miss Sophie Johnston has returned o Washington from their farm In VeVmo'nt where she. with ber parents. tSVUJVil. tbe Mfnmer. and has Joined rati- rmlhtec 3amea Marlon Johnston, at Weir urrtrryrj Twenty-first street Airs, jonniion. wno is liiii bi me farm, will -not return until the end of this month. Mrs. William Corcoran Eustls, who Is staying at ber farm, Oatlands. near Leesburg, Va will come to Washing- ton Monday to make a short stay at their home In H street Mrs. Eustls will come to. Washington later to pass the winter in her town house. Mr. Eustls Is-In France. "Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wagner, of Drexrl Hill, near Philadelphia, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John A. Flather at their home In Thirty-seventh street A. C. Tener, who Is in Washington to do war work, has taken an apart ment at :H1 Wyoming avenue for the winter. Mr. and Mrs.-Samuel D. Minster and their daughter. Mlsi Doris Minster, have gone to Atlantic City. .;.-!. Mr. and Mrs. William Walter Mlllan announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Glenda Held Mlllan, to Thomas Field Edmund, of thU city. The wedding will take place on Thursday, November 22 -J- Miss May Sue Donaldson, daughter or ;ol. and Mrs. 1. q Donaldson, has Joined her parents at their home. 1S25 Wyoming avenue. Miss Donaldson has been the guest of t'oL and Mrs Henry P. Klngsburv, formerly of Washington, and other friends at Gov ernors Island. Petworth Women Cite- Tea. The Petworth Woman's Club gave a community silver tea nt the Wallace Memorial Presbjterian Church last evening, the entertalnmtnt being held to secure funds to provide Christmas cheer ror the boys rrom Petworth who have Joined the colors Ninety fit e men have gone to the various camps rrom this section of tho city. The entertainment was .nii aftenrf ed and waa n financial success The lonowing program was glten. Ad dress of welcome, Mrs s v Norton, persldent Petworth Woman's Club; tocal selection. Liberty iRn Qu,r teiie; .rtaoress. Mrs mils Logan; piano solo. Miss Francl? Gutelius; ;-, -oio, -ara. t ijo. .Shade; story, Mrs. Smallwood; tloiln solo. Mrs. Daisy Flckenscher: nln .i t... ter Burrus Williams. voe, -.,, M. Parkman; closing number. "The Stnr- opansicu r,-.nner. hy the audience Light refreshments were served. sfiI-.C'V,rJ,"Kn;JHrlmhol'J " Mis. ?i .I"1 ,11 n,?.'d WMI ''ve Monday to spend the winter et Chattanooga to be near Lieut rhllln n.i.i.I,i 1" .- stationed at ChLkam. , Park" Will' inn'in "r" . "" ".' will stop en route for . .h, i.(t with Randolph nmbold who Is" emy, berore going to Fori n,!.n,. t.mor'cof lb'!. b , A" C... foV".' comVnd2ntAohrtrhrrrk0':'n,f' " V Pickering. P0!"' nd M"- Mr ami Mr- i....i.ii -.. -. Pittsburgh, l,ae t.,L... "' DDO": .." residence at 1M iV7ir. . which the, have leaded 7J X "?"." Mr Ahboir Jiii J tor ,h" winter. Red Cro?s fD .h ' "elated will, .the Red Cross for the period of tho war. ! Cv- pa. j-jua. j. arty ai Recital Given By Miss Bones Miss Helen Woodrow Bones occu pied the White House box at tb Na tional Theater yesterday afternoon for the concert at which Maud Powell, vlollnlste, and Theo Karle, tenor, were the artists. Her guests wer Mme. RIano, wife of the Spanish ambas sador: Mrs. William Glbbs KcAdoo. Mrs. Thomas Watt Gregory, Mrs. Charlea Crane, and Mrs. Alexander Hunter Gait sister of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson. The Rev. F Ward Denys. Mrs. Denys and the Misses Denys had with them Brig. Gen. and Mrs. William M. Black, and Major Moffahty. Mrs. Delos Blodgett had as her guests Mrs. A. U Mills. Mrs. T De Witt Tal mage, Mrs. Wilton J. Lambert Mrs. Gregory Luce, of Mobile; Mrs. Charles Gray Matthews and Miss Helen Blod gett Mrs. Thomas F. Logan's guests Included Mrs. George Downey, Mrs. Nicholson, wife of General Nicholson, now at Camp Meade, and Miss Marie Sims. I I Many Interesting box parties are being arranged for the performance of "Lilac Time," which will be given at the National Theater on Monday evening as a benefit for the Junior League of the National Junior Repub lic Tbe officers of th organisation are Mrs. Charles Wheeler, president; 'Mrs. Louis Lehr, Mrs. Francois Befg er Moran. and Mrs. William Each Kendall, vice president: Mrs. C A. Richards, treasurer, and Miss Anna Shaw and Mrs. Walter Burnett sec retaries. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Upson have bought the house at 2101 Massachusetts avenue, formerly owned by Lieutenant and Mrs. Murray A. Cobb, who pur chased It from James A. Emery last sDrinsr. Mr. and Mrs. Upson are at the (WUlard while Improvements are being maae on ine nouse. Jur. anu jura, utwu are from Ohio, but have passed several winters In Washington. They spent tbe summer on th North Shore. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Luttrell. who passed the summer at their country place In Virginia, have com to Wash ington and have leased for th winter the home of Mrs. David Stewart Hen drlck, at 211S Bancroft place. Mrs. Hen drick trill pass th winter In New1 Tork. Mr. and Mrs. LuttreH's residence, at the Intersection, of .Connecticut avenue and Columbia road, has been leased for about a year to Thomas Fortune Ryan. 5 Sleetlaar la Festooned, Th regular meeting of th Wash ington, D. C Section Council of Jewlsh'Women. which Is always held the Srst Tuesday of each month, r postponed until Tuesday, November SO, on account of the triennial convention of th National Council of Jewish Women, which. Is being bald In Chicago. MlistM. V...Botts left today for New.'Tork to attend th National Hon Show. ' s r C.llege W.mea to Dance. The College Women's Club will glv their first dance this evening at their new club house, 1822 I strest. -5 Henry E. Adams entertained a num ber of bis friends at his residence. 305 R street, on Thursday evening. An oyster supper was followed by a musical entertainment Harold Kress, toastmaster, played the part of a magician, accompanied by his father at the piano. -7 Cavaliers to Celebrate. The National Society of Scions of Co lonial Cavaliers will celebrate the 317th birthday anniversary of Charles I of England on November 19 at tbe resi dence of Mrs. S. R. Webster, ZUS R street. BOSTON HAS WOMEN AS DEPUTY MARSHALS BOSTON, Mass.. Nov. 10. Another Instance In which women have In vaded the sacred domain of mere man has come to light here with the an nouncement that two young women are now acting deputy marshals In the office of United States Marshal Mitchell. These young women, Mlsa Mary K. Buckely and Miss Grace E. O'Donneil, are said to be the first women mar shals ever appointed in the country. Both declare they 'Just love" their new work, wblch consists of granting alien enemy permits and the respon slbilUy of the correspondence con nected with that branch of the Gov ernment's protective war measures. SISTERS TO SEND XMAS GIFT TO GEN. PERSHING LINCOLN, Neb.. Nov. 10. Gen. John J. Pershing, commanding the Ameri can expeditionary forces in France, will receive a Christmas present from his two sisters. Mrs. M D. Butler and Miss May Pershing, of this city. It will be a gold locket In She form of a booklet, the various leaves to contain pictures of the general's wire and three children, who were killed In the Presidio fire two years ago In San Francisco. HOTEL FOR SOLDIERS SHARES RICH SECTION BALTIMORE. Md.. Nov. 10. On Ca thedral street, near Mount Vernon place. Baltimore's fashionable residential sec tion, the United Serlce Cluh opened Its doors today. Practically It is a lodging house for soldiers. For 25 cent a sol dier may obtain a comfortable bed, with clean sheets, pajamas and bath. MAY KEEP BONUSES SECRET. NKW TOItK, Nov. 10. The applies. tlon of the General Inveatment Com pany for an order requiring the Beth lehem Hteei corporation to rurnlsh a statement as to bonuses paid Presi dent Hugene G. Grace, of the corpora tion, and others, since lull, was de nied In the supreme court here to $15010 TO BE CITY'S SHARE IN YICADRIVE Washington will glv 1-150,000 to the T. M. a A. War Work Council. This seemed certain today when business men bad completed plans to launch th great drive Monday to raise their portion of th $35,000,000 fund, which must be subscribed by the cities of the United States it the T. M. C. A. Is to continue work with th fighting forces In th field and training camp, work that has become so Indispensable as to be an Intimate part of the service. Th movement was organized at a dinner at the Hotel Lafayette last night to hear F. W. Ayer, of Phila delphia, Eastern department chairman of the T. M. C. A. War Work Council, outline the work being done by the T. M. C A. The dinner was given by Corcoran Thorn. Some or the guests were William A. Rawllngs. George Otis Smith, John Poole, John C. Letts, Walter W. Warwick, CJar ence A. Asplnwall, John B. Larger, William S. Corby, and William K. Cooper, all prominent members of the r. it c. A. Greatest Issue at Stake. "At stake In this war Is the great- e.t Issue for which men 'have laid down their lives," said Mr. Ayer. Th financial gravity of the world having shifted to the United States It Is only In keeping with the sacri fices of our soldiers that men of wealth should respond liberally for tneir comrort and welfare." He 'described lb detail the work being done by the T. M. C A. at the front, under shell fire. behind the ilnea and at the training camps In Lmerlca, a service, which, he said, had won the high commendation of every officer of the army and navy ana tb lifelong gratitude of the en- usteo men. He sale that tne sum raised In the previous campaign had proved Insufficient because the army had called men into service In much larger numbers than at first anticl pated, and tbe usefdness of the T. M. C A. In tb field would become impaired unless the 233,000,000 waa subscribed promptly. Mr.Ayer's appeti waa received with th greatest enthusiasm. William E. Fowler, a real es5.t dealer, gave his check for 11,000. It waa th signal of concerted contribution from most of th diners and the calling for vol- untetri to bead teams to canvas the city. Will Captain the Teams. The following offered to captain teams, or to see that on waa prop erly organised and captained: John Poole, president Federal Na tlonal "Bank"; 'Charlea Henry Butler, Julius Peyser. Dr. Lorln P. T. John son, William A. Kawllngs, Dr. Ran. dolph H. McKIm, rector Church of th Epiphany; Roy Neuhauser, repre senting Washington Chapter Bank ers'. Institute of America, Charlea P. Light and th Camouflage quartet representing the canrp at American University. -1 'Mr. Thorn, who presided, 'outlined th plan of dally meetings and dinners of the campaigners at whtc"h reports will be made and prominent members of Washington's official family make addresses. Josephus Daniels, secretary of the Navy, Is the first Cabinet member to accept the Invitation. He will speak at the dinner next Thursday evening. Brig. Gen. Joseph U. Kuhn. command ing Camp Meade, will apeak to work ers In the campaign at the home of Mrs. Henry Kirk Porter. 1600 I street next Thursday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. The first direct appeal for sub scriptions before the actual opening of the campaign Monday morning will be made from the pulpits of Washington churches tomorrow. NEW YORK LOCHLNVAR FAILS TO BEST SOLDIER NEW TORK. Nov. 10. Marguerite Lltma Is on her way to the Texas bor der to marry her soldier sweetheart and Simon Mayer and Conorte Fomentes are enjoying freedom as tbe result of ber trip. Fomentes had been encased to the girl for a year. When he heard she had determined to go to the border and marry a soldier, the young man's grief and wrath were boundless. He called his friend Mayer Into conference to see what sort of a Toung Lochlnvar per formance he could stage. Fomentes found the girl had a steam ship ticket to Jacksonville and J27 as the material foundation for love's young dream, and the police said that he got Mayer to hold the girl wbile he took the ticket and the money from her. WhenN the mtn were arraigned upon a charge of robbery in the Tombs court the girl said she was solng to her sol dier and didn't have any Intention of staying In New Tork to press tne charges, and Magistrate Groehl dis missed the two men. KNITTERS TO BE BARRED FROM DE SAULLES TRIAL MINEOLA. L. L. Nov 10. Sensa tion mongers, knitters, readers, and luncheon parties will be barred when the trial of Mrs. Planca de Saulles begins In tho courthouse here Mon day. No ember 10. Such Is the positive declaration of Justice David F. Manning, who stated that he wanted to eliminate In so far as possible all sensational features. A warning has been Issued that a Jail sentence for contempt IH be Imposed on anyone making photographs of the principals In the trial. Your Liver has important work to do. Un der favorable conditions it does it wclL If sluggish, relieveitwith PILLS taijert SaU at A.y MWkla. la ti. WorU. 'MeTerywa.n. Ukeaae.IB,2Se. Wife's Dancing Craze, Not His Cruelty, Made Her Thin, Husband Says "Her devotion to th art of dancing" not bis cruelty la th reason for his wife's weight drop ping from 133 to 95 pounds, says J. Harry Frank, an employe of th Bureau of Engraving and Printing. In his answer to his wlfe'a petition for divorce. Th husband further alleges, through his attorney, Robert C Uattlngley, that he was forced to make up the beds; clean house and undre.s and dress th chil dren because his wife stayed away from home and her duties. He denies assaulting her, but alleges that on several occasions when he corrected her for flirt ing on th street sbe slapped bis face. Frank denies falling to piovld for hi wife and children and says that he did not tak her to places of amusement because she refused to go with him. ,i E s SALEM, Mass, Nor, 10. Miss El eonora Sears, of Boston, wearing rid ing breeches In police court yesterday,- put on hand In her breeches pocket strolled up to th bench, put both arms on It and argued In bar own detent's to Judge Battle. She waa called to court by th Bev erly police for riding her horse on .the sidewalk, and pleaded so well that the Judge filed tb case after a curtain lecture sotto voce. Miss Sears drove to th court house In a big Frepch car. Although accom panied by a chauffeur In livery ah Jockeyed the big machine to th curb and Jumped out She wor riding breeches, leather leggings and a short, light colored top coat Policeman Gldden charged Miss Sears bad driven her borsa on th sidewalk for 300 yards. He said he ordered her off and that she refused to comply. Miss Sears told th Judge the horse she was riding was spirited and afraid of motors. She asserted she had no Intention of violating any city regula tons, but that the road there was bard and smooth and filmed with wet and she was afraid If a car flashed by and her horse shied she would be thrown. After the case had been filed she thanked Judge Battls with a smile. SALVATION ARMY TO HELP. NEW TORK. Nov. 10. . Commander Evangelln Booth, of tb 8alvatIon Army, has announced the opening of a campaign to raise J1.000JXXJ to build hut ments In the camps of th American forces In France and to send several companies, of women workers to take charge of the buildings. MISS SEARS RIDING BREECHES WINS HER CAS Cburcb Bnnouncements Y.ECA. "Thought md"Character" By REV. EDOAIl 'CORDEM. POWERS Central Y.M.CA. Sunday, 4P.M. THE PUBLIC INVITED. Christian Science First Church cf Christ, Scientist COLUVBIA ROAD AND EUCLTD al'HCgf. Services: Sunday. XI a. In. and t p. m. Sublect "ADAM AND FALLEN MAN." fcunday scDeol. 11 a. m. Wsonssdar esso ins; meeUna. S o'clock. Public cordially a rlted. Readlnr room and loan library, Sa Colorado bulldlns and XK3 Adams 14JU roaS K. W. Second Church of Christ, Scientist FIFTEKNTH AND R RTS. N. W. Services: Sunday. 11 a. ra. and I p. q Subject "ADAM AND FALLEN MAN." Sunday acnool. II a. m. Wadnasdar tea ms mtlna. s o'clock. PubUa cordially Invited. nadlnr room aad loan library. 01 Colorado Lulldlns. Universaliit L CHURCH OF OUR FATHER Thirteenth and L Sts. N. W. REV. JOHN VAN ECHAICK. Jr., D. D, Taster, en leave. Rev. Bit COUDEN, Actios Pastor. Public worship at 11 a. m.. with sermon by Mr. Coudcn. Subject. "What Cod Overlooks." Sunday school. 1.15 a. m. Free kladsrsar- tsn. 11 a. m. Y.W.C.A. Building open 1.30-7 30 r. ra. Hi 14th st. nw. Vesper Service. 4.30 d ra. Soeaksr. REV. JAUES E. WALKER. Subjoct. "Billr Sunday's Caropalsn." Social Hour. SJ0 P. M. Spiritualism The First Spiritualist Church "Journeys In tbe Spirit World." Lecture by tho pastor. Alfred II. Terrv- at S p. m.. followed by spirit msssajes, at xjmn itgipii, ivu fin si i. v Unitarian ALL SOULS"CHURCH, Cor. Fourteenth and L Sts. CIvsscs G. B. Pierce. D.D.. Minister f I a. ra.. Sunday school: Class for the Comparative Study of Rallgton. and Unity Study Class. 11.00 a. m . mornlnr service: sermon by the minister. Thsro Is alio kindergarten during tho hour of morning worship. s-J 30 p. m. Liberal Hell-rioua Union will be at home to young peop'o recently coma to Waehlnaton Address bv Mr Loula T. Post. Assistant secretary of Labor. 'Tho Labor Shortaf a." Soloist. Mrs. Virginia caoate Pln- urr. miBtiMi reception. Reformed rn lortttii -nil r a. UlVr-H-C Henry H. Ranck. D D.. Pastor 0-S. 8 : It. "Heaven Citizenship." , "Tho Call to Service. " 19 n. -w. Socialists SOCIALISTS. Julian Pierce. lVaehln-rton enrre-ipondent of the New Tork Dolly Call will deliver a lec ture o-i "Filing tho Prices of Food by Law In Ureat llrltaln," at tsjclallat Hall. Ill K street -N. w fcunday etenlnc. Nor 11. at a o'clock. . Tbe Socialist Sunday school will open Sun day memlnr. Nor. 11. at 11 o'clock. It CAPITAL DRAWS NATION'SeUlY NTO WAR WORK Th record of America's part In th greatest war In history Is being ham mered out on Government typewriter by th prettiest and smartest stenog raphers In th country. Of course. It Is Impossible to eruot Frank A. Vanderllp, of th National City Bank, now a Treasury employe) or Food Administrator Herbert Hoov er, or Chairman Howard Coffin, of th air board, or Edward N. Hurley, of the shipping board, or Barney Bai-ueh. But It's all right to camouflage and say that "big business men assembled here from all over th country say the click-click corps comprises th best looking and most efficient of th kind In America." Th cream of th nation's Oaorgett Crepe Battalions have com her. Thar have enlisted, powder puffs, and all for the duration of the war, Sherman didn't tak everything Into considera tion when be uttered his well known definition. If you don't believe It, stroll down Fourteenth street any morning, or along Pennsylvania av enue any evening, and b convinced. It's enough to make th man who said that brains and beauty are not pals, mighty sorry teat a spoke. It's sufficient to make your hetd swim and your heart coma to th surfae and bounce around on the waves. I However. If you are curious, wander (through the offices of the Council of National Defense. Take a peeK around the food administration building, and tbe fuel administration. Nor has the galaxy, of The Glorious, left Washington masculinity un-j scathed. More than one snowyi haired he-head has been turned, a- manr. many youthful and seml-yo ful hearts" have been geared or- mll-a-mlnute gait sine Amerl-'v I tend th war. And, It wasn't j Ism that did It either. table and disgusted dep j put It: "They're making lor wb making war." Nor ar th lads In uniform Immune. It Is safe to say that Cupid, com paratively speaking, .will at th and of th war be found to have scor-d as many casualties among daahli.x ' officers with carefully aimed bat. teries of flashing eyes as Fritz, th Boehe, will score against Unci Sam with his carefully aimed munitions. 1,000 WOMEN TORY IN HOME GUARD UNIT ST. LOOTS, Ma. Nor. JA Mor than 1,000 young women of St Louis have be come members of tbe newly organised Women's National Aviation Home Guard of North America, which will, for th present have headquarters here. The purpose of the guard Is to 'furnish women to tak th places of .men. who are In the army. Branches have been formed In Arkansas. Pennsytvanls, Col- oraao, Kansas.' Oklahoma and Texas. i Capt John Berry, aeronaut has offered I his field neu- sl T.nni. ',- tnininr (young women In aviation. Congregational Dr. Gordon's Subjects 8UXDAT. NOT. 11TH VtD r.Oor- Ion's book let entitled "What Are Tbe Signs at His Oasa 'sif war and proph ecy will be distrib uted at the m ornlng service. SUBJECTS 11 A. jr Tie Strang SnserstJ, tlons of Great Men." 8 P. M. "Behind the Gmus Veil" ar "How Germany Lost Ber Soul." Tea will be senrsd to men m uniform at it. n. First Congregational Church, earner of Tenth and u Streets. Episcopal A U1P8ION conducted by Rev. D. W. Oca ran for men. women and enfldrea. wffj bo held ti St. Acnaa' Cnapal. i Q St. N. W.. Uslnnlni Noembe.- 17 to It. Inclusive. Cer vices dally at t v. m. exceot Trida and &t- ueJay. All are welcome. 1 .Methodist Episcopal MOUNT VERNON PLACE M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH Edward K. Hardin, Pastor CORNER th AND MASS. AVE. N. IT. 1.30 a. m. Sunday School. 11 a. m. "Loyalty Between Trltmds. 7 p. m. Epworth League. I p. m. "What the Newcomer Did on Sun day." WELCOME TO ALTL. 10 Baptist EL Hes Swem asks: "Can Ton Have a Gay Old Ttme la Washington?" IF.U. Svcm's Pongs. 11 A. M., "Jesus Death Real 3it Din-rent." Centennial BapL Ch.. tta dt E n. . 10 Thcosophy TI1E SC1F.NCE OP TOOA." Lector by Mr. Edwin C. Reynolds, at Tke-e-. sopbleal Hall. 131S II Street N. TV. Sunday. Nov. 11, at 8 p. m. Pnblla cordially Invited) no admittance ea-anrei collection. Free clsssee for tho atndy af The-e-aophyt library far reading; and borrowing boolca. Christian CHURCH OF CHRIST, MASONIC TEUPLX, saghth aw r st.. ins. 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