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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY. lio EMBER 13. 1917.
TO APPEAL I0DAY FOR Y.WI.CA F Encouraged by passing the twenty thousand dollar mark on the first days campaign, the T. M. C. A. war workers set out today to make the second day In the big drive to raise 1160,000 in Washington an even great er success. Impetus will he given the movement by speeches by Sec retary of "War Balfer at the T. M. C A, this evening, and Gen. Joseph E. Kuho. commander of Camp Meade, at the home of Mrr. Henry Kirk Porter, 1601 I street northwest, late this afternoon. The climax to the day's work yes terday came In the announcement that An Exceptional linT ska e Bargaii Ohio Man Has Idea to End War, Bat Confesses Scheme Is Rather Baggy The war will soon be over An Ohio man will end It. He has suggested to United States Marine Corps officials here that they direct their aviators to drop po tato bugs over Germany. He declares there are no potato bugs In Kaiser's realm, and since the "spud" Is absolutely essential to Germany's ecaomlc welfare, the dropping of "Murphy destroy ers" over the Rhine country would quickly terminate hostilities. THE CITY'S SOCIAL SIDE A Full 88-Note Player In Excellent Condition $2'25 A Week Here is one grand oppor tunity. We offer an excellent PLAYER-PIANO beautiful case and tone upon the low terms of ?125 a week; total cost, $315. Bring this advertisement with you and we will give you 15 Rolls of Music and Bench Free A visit to Heeht Co.'s Hardman Piano Warerooms will mean that you arc getting in touch with the very best players and pianos. Get our prices and terms. For a limited time we will include A Year's Tuning Free Hecht & Co. Hardman 'Piano Warerooms? Seventh Street Bet E and F the "Washington Board of Trade, meeting In the Wlllard Hotel last night, had subscribed 13,438 to the fund. 18,SSS Given Monday. This brought the total subscrip tions of the day to 119,593 and untab ulated amounts which were reported after the meeting In the Y. M. C. A. of the war fund workers brought the fund well over the S20.000 mark. The high record was unlooked for by any team captains and the workers were spurred on to greater efforts today. At the dinner ana meeting in tne T. M..C. A. last night it was announc ed that Charles Henry Butler's team led the field for the first day, with a total of $9,703. of which 14.000 was made up of 11,000 checks given by Mrs. Wlllard H. Brownson, Mrs. Dun can Fhllllps. Mrs. William A. Slater, and James Parmalee. Other team sco.-ec were Joseph Pey ser, 11.650; Dr. Loren B. T. Johnson, 1104; Mrs. .Richard Whitney, 1500; William A. RawUngs, $640; Charles P. Light, 240; C. V. Wheeler, J1.100, and the boys' team, J 120. Dr. Charles Baton, of the Madison Avenue Baptist Church of New York, iota me team workers that the cam paign Is destined to make clear to the public what It owes to the boys in khaki. AH Should Subscribe. "When a citizen tells you he is not making any money," said Dr. Eaton. tell him he ought to be ashamed to make any money as long as the war lasts. When two million boys stake their lives to make democracy sure for the world, it does not become the public to deny them any little pleasure or comfort." Julius Peyser, who said his team would be heard from every day, de clared that all classes should be represented In the donations that are given for the Y. M. Cr A."s war serv ice fund. "As a Jew I am going to do-all I can for this cause," he said. "This is a non-sectarian war for civilized ideals." John Poole and Mrs. Susie Root Rhodes, director of Washington play grounds, were other speakers. N;Y. HORSE SHOW ADDS TO RED CROSS FUNDS NEW YORK, Nor. It Thosands of dollars for the Red Cross rolled In at Madison Square Garden today, when society turned out in force for the sec ond session of the National horse show. A blazing red cross at one end of the garden served as constant,remlnder of the aboWs purpose. Five Belgian horses received a tremendous greeting when they trotted Into the ring. Debutantes of Season Flan to 'Aid War Relief Miss Mary Duncan Gibson, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Gib son, who, like 'so many of this sea son's debutantes. Is foregoing a for mal presentation to society on ac count of war-time conditions, will be hostess at an Interesting little gath ering this afternoon, bringing to gether a number of her sister buds and a few of last season's debutantes at her home In P street. ' The young people are banding to gether to arrange a series of dances and other entertainments to be given for the benefit of various war relief organizations. Tho first party on the program of this Important little group will be a dance at the Wlllard on Saturday evening. November 24, for the benefit of the first expedition ary force of the District ambulance corps, of which Dr. J. Ryan Devereux is tne head. Dr. Devereux's daughter. Miss Mar garet uevereux, who Is on the win ter's list of buds, will take charire of the funds to be handed over to her father for the use of his ambu lance units. Others who will assist Miss Gibson and Miss Devereux are Miss Cecilia McCallum. Miss Ruth Stiles, Miss Phoebe Walker. Miss Abigail Harvey, Miss Elizabeth Koons, Miss Mary Hill, Miss Davlette FIcklen, Miss Jean Rayner, Miss Ruth Donelson, and Miss Enid Sims, daugh ter of Congressman and Mrs. Thetus Sims, all of whom would, in happier times, have been Introduced to society this winter. Miss Anne Hopkins, Miss Helen Blodgett, Miss Anna Montgomery, Miss Ruth Anderson, Miss Reeves Har ris, Miss Margaret Tuttle. Miss Mar garet McChord, Miss Candace Howard, Miss Elizabeth Beach, and Miss Anita Henry, debutantes of last season or the season before, will also be pres ent this afternoon and assist In or ganizing the entertainment. T The President and Mrs. Wilson, who returned to the White House last evening after their trip to Buffalo, spent the morning on the golf links. Sprtag-niec Return. The British ambassador and Lady Sprlng-RIce have returned to the em bassy from Canada, where they went a fortnight ago to attend the marriage of Lady Maud Cavendish, daughter of the Duke of Devonshire, governor gen eral of Canada, to Capt. Angus Mackintosh. Dr. Ko Gives Luncheon. The Chinese Minister, Dr. Welling- IsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB. 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""""k,, s- sbbbbbbbbbbbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI BBBBBBBBBB- H BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBh SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfi MISS'HELEN FARRELL, A pretty Chicago girl who is visiting in Washington. Society Folk Greet Miss Cowl, Who Aids The Junior Republic One of the most brilliant audiences of the autumn assembled last evening at the National Theater where "Lilac Time," with Miss Jane Cowl in the leading role, was given as. a benefit for There Are Two Kinds of Brer Rabbit Molasses The Gold Label Brer Rabbit The GOLD LABEL is a. special grade of New Orleans Molasses. Very delicate and sweet in flavor and light in color. Slightly higher in price than the GREEN LABEL. The Green Label Brer Rabbit The GREEN LABEL is a splendid medium grade New Orleans Molasses, stronger in flavor and of medium dark color. ton Koo, entertained an interesting company at luncheon at the Metropol itan Club today, his guests being ask ed to meet W. C. Dennis. In the party were Dr. Y. T. Tsur, Henri Mo- zot, of the French finance commis sion; Dr. "Walter T. Swingle, Dr. Horn, .beck, and Mr. Yung Kwai, counselor of the Chinese legation. Dr. Y. T. Tsur. WestdentiCf the Tslng-Hua College at Peking, who has been' in Washington for several weeks, will leave on Thursday to re turn to Chins; via Vancouver. Dr. Tsur came over with a group of Chi nese students who have entered col lege in this country. Capt. W. A. Burton, who Is In this country on a mission for the British government, and Mrs. Burton have returned to New York from White Sulphur Springs, W. Va, and are at the Ritz-Carlton. Mrs- Burton was Miss Jessie Krogstad, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Krogstad. -T Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martyn Alex ander of New Y.-rk announced the engagement Of their daughter. Miss Helen G. Alexander, to Philip Kip Rhinelander. Both the Alexander-and Rhlnelander families have been Iden tified with social New York for gen erations. Miss Alexander was Intro duced to society two years ago. She is a niece of Mr Newbold Le Roy Edgar. Mr. Rhlne'ander, who was a student at Harva-d, left his studies to Join the national army, and he is now at Camp Wedsworth, Spartan burg, S. C. He I the eldest son of Philip Rhlnelander and the late Mrs. Adelaide Kip Rhlnelander. No date has been set for the wedding. ! Mrs. Carlos Grevemberg. of New Orleans, has arrived In Washington for an extended visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Porter Morse, at their country home, valley View Farm. Mr. Grevemberg is In France with the aviation sectfon of the Signal Corps. Mrs. Grevemberg was for merly Miss Margaretta Morse. Whether you prefer the GOLD LABEL or the GREEN LABEL is a matter of personal taste. Both are selected grades of pure New Orleans Molasses from New Orleans, and both make a delicious spread for pancakes, waffles, bircuits, bread, etc. A pitcherful should al- ways be on the dining table. Don't Worry About Sugar Use Brer Rabbit Molasses Both GOLD LABEL and GREEN LABEL are exceptional for baking, cooking, and candy making. When a very sweet, delicate flavor is desired, use GOLD LABEL, and for a stronger molasses flavor, use the GREEN LABEL. Go to your grocer ask for a can of Brer Rabbit. Small, medium and large sizes. In cans only 1 CUTICUKA PROMOTES HAIR HEALTH Free oa Bequest The Kew BRER RABBIT EXCTPZ BOOK. Telia how to make Sou than Cakes and Candles In a most economical way. Write today. PENICK Zb FORD, Ltd, Thm Wmrid't Larft Car.ntrt or Molai$f New Orleans,' L. aSSmTSSBsSBfBSSB"asn Became h keeps the scalp dean, clear md health T nne treatment: On retiring gently rub spots of dandruff M'- nd M I'enver wer u.dkclinCvthCutSura Ointment on S.dXPi?honS h. ',d ' ik. j V -.i ..; .. i;tl i. maae tneir home here. possible on the hair. Cover bead for night. Next morning shampoo with Cu- hcura Soan and hot water, nnse in tepid ter. Prevent skin troubles by using ' within the next wk or ten d" for the Soap for every-day toilet purposes , their home In Tortland. Me, Mr Inc jmh a little Ointment now nd then, raham having been made surveyor of For sample of each free by return mail I Jhe or J Main.. Mrj In Jaham iddress pott-card: CuUeora, Dept. "" "", w nJ "terday, after spend- Bo.Sd everywhere Swp'mngVu B- "n1 " Kc OimmentaSandSOc I -. fn orSfr pVrfoTeavVni: .the Junior League of the Junior Repub lic. Mrs. Charles V. Wheeler, presi dent of the league, and Mr. Wheeler entertained a number of guests, hav ing with them Dr. and Mrs. John Crayke Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Green and their guest. Mrs. Charles R. Krauthoft, Mr. and Mrs. H. F Clark, and Louis Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kauffmann had In their box Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Max Kauffmann, Mrs. James Woodruff, and Miss Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Logan had with them Mr. and Mrs. Walter Penfleld, Miss Amy Livingston, of New York, and Ames Brown. Mrs. F B. Moran's guests were Mrs. Medorem Crawford. Mrs. Horace Macfarland, Lieutenant Mende, Lieut. W. W. Corcoran, and several other army offlcerr Mr. and Mrs. William Eaches Fen dall's guests were Mr and Mrs. Thomas S. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. J. J Betton, Mrs Charles C Marbury. Miss Agnes Messlck, Mr and Mrs George H. Calvert, Jr.. Major and Mrs. Rot Coles, and Miss Peacock. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Taliaferro had with them Mrs. Theodore Boynton, Mr and Mrs. H. F. Gray, Miss Conntance Gray, Mrs. Ralph Dunlop, and Dr. Frank Schultz. Among others who patronized the benefit were the Attorney General and Mrs. Thoma. Watt Gregory, the Sec retary of the Interior and Mrs. Lane. Miss Helen Woodrow Hones, Dr. George N PoullefT, of the Bulgarian legation, and Mme. PoullefT; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tuckerman. Rear Ad miral and Mrs. Frederick R Harris, Mrs. James Proctor Morton. Mrs. Thomas B. Howard. Miss Claude, Rear Admiral and Mrs. Edward H. Gheen. Miss Gheen. Mr and Mrs Malcolm McConihe, Mr and Mrs. M. M. Parker, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Elklns. Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Spen cer, Dr and Mrs. James F Mitchell. Dr. and Mrs. Cornelius De Weese. Mrs. Charles M. Ffoulke, Mrs. Ffoulke. Smith. Mrs Morgan Hill Miss May Adams, who had with her Mrs Buchanan Merryman, Mln Kathryn Gwynn. and Miss Nina Stockton: Mrs LeRoy Tut tle and the Mlsser Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haner, Mr. and Mrs George 'i. Wheeler, Mrs John Joy Edson, and Mm. Klchelberger, Mrs. Bushrod B. Howard, Dr and Mrs H. It. Kerr, Major and Mrs. William F. Dennis, Mrs. Douglas jj. Howard, Thomas Dunham. Mr and Mrs. William Tayne Meredith. Dr and Mrs. John Dunlop. Mr. nnd Mrc G. Thom as Dunlop, Mr. and Mrs. Reeves Lewis. Mr. and Mm Kranrln Stewart. Mr and Mrs. R I. Simms. Mr. and Mrs Milton Elliott, Mr. and Mrs Clarke Waggamar.. Mr. and Mrs. John Newbold, Mr anu Mrs. William A. Hill, Mr. and Mrs A. Brltton Hrowne. Miss Ali-e Shepard, Miss Hemphill, Mrs J J Hamilton, Mr. ond Mrs. Sidney .Veale. Mr and Mrs. Charles McKlnnev. Mtg Itemey. Mrs. J W. MacMurray. Mm. John Mlrack. Miss D. U- Rodger and Mrs. John Chamberlain. Wedding Annlieranry. Many friends and relatives of Mr and Mrs. John T Denver were present at their home, otr. Seventh street northeast, last night at the celebra tion of the couple' thirty-fifth wed- oing anniversary The parlor where Mr. and Mrs Denver received was e.r.o mm pianis and cut flowers -Jir. ana Jirs Denver wer. ,,i,H Inee have here. - William M. Ingraham, retiring As sistant Secretary of War ,5 u Ingraham will ,.-"' &"1 "."; Miss Mac Veagh Weds Capt Stuart Smith At Simple Ceremony A marriage of wide social Interest took place yesterday afternoon when Miss Margaretta MacVeagh, daughter of the late Wayne MacVeagh, became the bride of Capt. Stuart Farrar Smith, U. S. N. The ceremony was solemnized at'the home of the bride's mother, 1719 Massachusetts avenue, at 3 o'clock, with the Rev. Dr. Roland Cotton Smith, rector of St. John's Church, as the officiating clergyman. Only Immediate relatives of the Driae ana bridegroom attended the weuaing. Capital Folk in New York for Season sEvents Washington had Important representa tion yesterday at the two most Interest ing events on New York's social pro gram, the opening of tb Horse Show and the opening of the opera season at the Metropolitan Opera Houae. 'Aida" was the opera Chosen for pres entation, and with Caruso. Claudlo Muxlo. and other distinguished artists In the cast. It met with on enthusiastic reception- , The Brazilian Ambassador and Mme. da Oama were guests of Judge and Mrs. Elbert H. Gary, who also entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. Nixon In their box. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crane. 3d. were with Mr. and Mrs. Edward R-'Stettlnlui, others la their box being Miss Isabel StetUnlus and . M. Verge, of the French mission. Mr. end Mrs. Otto H, Kahn had with them Mayor and Mrs. John Pur roy Mltchel, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson and members of the British mission. Mrs John Wood Blodgett had as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. .Cumnock, Miss Grace Cumnock, Lieut, CoL F. R. L AthllL of the Northumberland Fualleers, and Capt. J. A. Robertson Durham, of tho Gordon Highlanders.' Mrs. William H. Bliss, of Washington, was with Miss Julia Chester Wells, who also entertained Mr. and Mrs. William Dalllba Dutton, Bayard Hals ted, and case Gilbert: and Mr. and" Mrs. Lind ley M. Garrison were with Austin B. Fletcher. Dr. Carl Paul Hubscher, secretary of the Swiss legation, and Mme. Hub- scher, have left for a trip to San Francisco on business and nleasure combined, and will not return until the Iast-of the month. They will stop in Cincinnati for a visit to Mme. Hub- seller's parents, also will visit In Chi cago, at the Grand Canyon and at San Diego, returning by way of Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm S. McConihe entertained at supper last evening at taelr apartment, 2029 Connecticut av enue, after the performance for the benefit of the Junior League. Among their guests were pr. George N. Pou llefT, of the Bulgarian legation, and Mme. Poulleff; Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKenney, Mr. and Mrs. Milton a El liott. Mrs and Mrs. George Thomas Dunlop. Mr. and 'Mrs. Reeve Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Simms, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stewart, and Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Kerr. Mr. and Mrs. George Peabody Eus- tls have closed their Newport villa and gone to New Tork for the winter. Their Washington residence is let to Mrs. George Tyler, of Elklns Park, Pa., for the season. Gaa to none Shew. HAND-SHAKE RULE The bride wore her travel. lng costume and there were no atten dants and no reception. Immediately v, -.. pi. ,,. , .. after the csfemony Captain and Mrl .." 3fr'"e.t ?"ia ha on to Smith left for a short wedding trip and upon their return they will star with Mrs. MacVeagh. Captain Smith. who was recently stationed at the Norfolk Navy Yard, is now on duty In Washington, but expects to be sent abroad later. Mrs. Smith's family have long been identified with official society in Washington. Her father was Attor ney General in President Garfield's Cabinet, and her uncle, Franklin MacVeagh, was Secretary of the Treasury in the Taft Administration. The late Wayne MacVeagh was also American ambassador to Italy for some years, and his daughter was presented at court In Rome. Although their home was In Phila delphia, the family have spent their winters in Washington since the re tirement or the late Mr MacVeagh from public life. The bridegroom is a member of the Metropolitan. Chevy Chase, and Army and Navy Clubs of this city, and of the prominent clubs In New Ycrk and Philadelphia. .. Mr. and Mrs. A. Levy and Miss Blanche Levy have moved from their home. In Vernon street, to 1478 Har vard street. Mrs. Levy's mother. Mrs. Rasher, makes her home with them. I Gladys Emlg. New York for the horse show and la staying at the Ritz-Carlton with Mrs. Charles A. Munn, of Radnor, Pa., and Washington. Mrs. Marcus A. Hanna has gone to New York from Cleveland and is at the Plaza Hotel for an extended stay. Keeevtlesi far Mas Mergaa. Mrs. Samuel Burleigh Mlltonwlll give a reception on Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock at her residence, In Eighteenth street In compliment to Miss Daisy Morgan, of Richmond, and Mrs. George Gordon Asher, of Alex andria, Va. Mrs. Milton will be slsted In receiving by Mrs. James A. Reed, Mrs. Thomas Sterling, Mrs, Royal T. Johnson, and Mrs. David IL KInchelos. Mrs. Goodwin D. Ellsworth. Mrs. William II. Beck, widow of General Beck, and Miss Mary Webb, grand daughter of Senator Sterling, will pre side at the tea table. Others assist lng the hostess will be Miss Eugenia Bankhead, Miss Puller and Miss A Beautiful Suite To Freshen Up Your Living Room J ii 11163011 njfrfV sjSJMBLbbMIb 8ft Hr iH rH Perhaps you've already freshened up your Living: Room for Thanksgiving-, because you dearly want "Mother" to see it. But if you haven't, and a change will eventually be necessary, why not make it for the Family Re union and have that much pleasure added to your Thanksgiving? Look the dining room over and see what's needed to improve its furnishings. Everything in that line Is here in great variety, and at very moderate prices. Credit will enable you to have these things at once. Come in and tell us just what terms youN can afford and well arrange an open account for you, with small weekly or monthly payments. Peter Grogan & Sons Co. 817 to 823 Seventh St. IP BY BROKEN PIN T President Wilson and his household "keep smiling" under the war strain. Throughout the President's wear ing trip to Buffalo, both he and Sec retary Tumulty were cheerful and affable, much, more so than during the gloomy months just preceding America's entrance Into the war. At the time he delivered his first war message to Congress last spring, both the President and Tumulty looked weary and worn. But throughout the return run from Buffalo, 'despite the all-night and all day rolling, rocking trip through the Allegheny mountain passes, tho Chief Executive and his Secretary kept their party aad the crowds aloaa- aba way laughing and happy. With Tumulty at his elbow, tj,, Presldent came out on the observa tion platform at svery atop and Joked with the crowds. Contrary to hla usual euatom, the President shook hands with all comers. T. N. VAH. (2TS FOOT RH) CROSS XIAS HONOR The first Chrls'mas membership la the lied Cross In the District was to day awarded to Theodore N. Vail. president of theAmerican Telephone and Telegraph Company. Members who join the organization between now and January 1 areglven Christ mas memberships. , This is 'a "feature In the drive of the Red Cross to increase Its mem bership to 15,000.00a Admiral B. A. Etaunton, chairman Cross, Is In charge of the Washing ton membership campaign. Similar campaigns are io'ng pushed In oth er cities. '-the iwsrcoaa- m Vmm-ShmjStW 8TH ST. AKD PINNA. AVE. Open 9:00 A. M. Close 5:45 P. M. AN ASSEMBLAGE OF Excellent Values in B-L-O-U-S-E-S Representinjr broken sizes taken from stock, few of a kind styles. Every model desirable, and an unusual value at the price. 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Good value for tomor row's price, pair $6,00 FRENCH SATEEN -COVERED COMFORTS, in pretty floral and Orien tal designs; also a few with silk mull tops, with wide plain borders; covers are in light colors chiefly; filling of the best white cotton; heavy and me- 0i Pt dium weight, at, choice. rlfaTaDU LAMBS' WOOL COMFORTS, with covers of brocade silk mull, floral designs in light colors, beautiful effects, finished with plain border and back, filled with pure lambs' wool. Size 72x e " 78. Each ..57aJv KannV Street Floor. i t -