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THE WASHINGTON 13ERALD. MONDAY. JANUARY 15. 1913.
WOODWARD & LOTHROF
New York-WASHINGTON Paris.
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French Handmade Undergarments
Priced Advantageously in the January Sale.
Unusual values make it advisable for those desiring Dainty French Handmade Under
garments of first quality and individual selection to purchase now. There is a complete
range of attractive styles, and the materials are highly commended for their fineness of finish
Nainsook Corset Covers, hand-embroidered in
a variety of dainty floral sprays.
$1.25. 51.75, and $2.75 each.
Nainsook Drawers, trimmed with hand-embroidered
scalloped ruffles; some in circular style.
95c and $1.35 each.
Nainsook Gowns, high neck and -three-quarter
sleeves; yoke hand-embroidered and finished with
Tlil floo-Uth at
Special Clearance Sale of
Our High-grade Exclusive Corsets.
Parame, Lily of France, and Florita Corsets are made exclusively for us in Washington,
and are without doubt the height of style, elegance, comfort, and refinement.
Our success in fitting figures of every proportion during the season has left us with a
number of models of our best selling styles only one and two pairs of a style suitable for dif
ferent figures. The materials
they are reduced as follows:
$6.50. Were $15.00.
$7.50. Were $16.50.
Third floor-lHh at.
I4Q7 G St.
THE C0CHE0 SALE
OF ARTISTIC HOME FURNISHINGS.
x Being the entire stock of Cocheo Brothers, antique
dealers of 148 East 50th St., New York city, who arc re
tiring from the retail business, with additions from sev
eral estates, a Massachusetts ave. home, an embassy, and
numerous private owners.
Comprising fine Sheraton and Colonial Mahogany Dlnlnc-room
Suites. Oak Renaissance Pieces. French Marble and Bronze Clock Sets,
Sterling Silver. Ulle and Chelsea China. Japanese Brlc-a-Brac. Persian
Rues. Klne Sheffield, a wonderful collection of Cashmere Shawls, the
Works of Hogarth from the original plates. English Prints. Mirrors. Japa
nese Screens and Carvings. Brasses. French and Dutch Marquetrie. Louis
XV and XVI Pieces, a wonderful assortment of Colonial Mahogany Furni
ture. Draperies, and Portieres, &c &c
All to be sold at absolute public auction within our art galleries,
1407 G St.
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday,
JANUARY 17, 18, and 19, 1912,
at 11 A. M. and 3 P. M. Each Day.
On public view to-day and Tuesday, January 15 and 16.
C. G. SLOAN & CO., Inc., Auctioneers, 1407 G St.
AIM OF FEDERATION
President Taft and Cardinal Gib
bons to Be Conspicnons Figures
at Meeting of Civic Body.
The National Civic Federation has so
far received from the following governors
ar eptances of the Imitation to send
delegate to Its twelfth annual xneeUng.
to be held here March 6. 6, and 7, namely.
itov Bass, of New Hampshire; Gov.
Mann, of Virginia. Gov. Pothler. of Rhode
Island Gov Aldrich. of Nebraska; Gov.
Gilchrist, of Florida. Gov. Kltchtn. of
North Carolina. Gov O'Neal, of Ala
bama, Gov Mead, of Vermont: Gov.
Cruce, of Oklahoma. Gov. Osborn. of
Michigan. Gov. Carey, of Wyoming; Gov.
Foes, of Massachusetts; Gov. Burke, of
North Dakota, Gov. Dlx, of New York;
Wv Harmon, of Ohio; Gov. Dcnecn, of
I llnols. and Gov. Colquitt, of Texas.
The general theme for the programme
of the meeting will be "Industrial peace
and progress." It wlU bo held In the
l'eace Hall of the Pan-American Build
ing Cardinal Gibbons will preside on
March E, and the opening address will be
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trimmed with hand-embroidery.
$1.75 and $2.00 each.
$3.50, $3.75, and $5.50 each.
$1.75. $2.75, $3.00, and $3.50 each.
are broche and coutil, boned with whalebone and walohn, and
LILY OF FRANCE:
$2.50. Were $5.00.
$7.50. Were $10.00.
$8.50. Were $10.00.
Washington, P. G.
made by President Taft. The relation of
employer to employe will be considered
from three standpoints, vlx.: The private
emploer to his employes; the public utll
Ity company to its employes, and the
government. Federal, State, or municipal,
to Its employes.
"Pensions for Federal, State, and mu
nicipal employes," as well as "Retire
ment plans for wage-earners In private
enterprises," will be urged.
In addition to the discussion of the
vital problems outlined above, there will
be the following departmental meetings
of the federation, viz.: Regulation of In
dustrial corporations. Seth Low, chair
man; regulation of interstate and mu
nicipal utilities, Emerson MeMIIUn. chair
man; compensation for Industrial acci
dents, August Belmont, chairman; pure
food and drugs, John Hays Hammond,
chairman; reform In legal procedure, Al
ton B. Parker, chairman, and the wom
an's welfare, Mrs. John Hays Hammond,
chairman, and the employers' welfare de
partments, W. R. WIllcox. chairman, de
voted to Interesting employers, whether
public or private. In Improving the con
ditions under which employes in all In
dustries and In all occupations work and
Decline Caraesle Library.
Racine, Wis., Jan. 14. The city council
In committee of the whole has refused to
accept a gift of 10.000 from Andrew
Carnegie for the building of a branch
library at Racine Junction. Mayor Good
land opposed the Elf t on the ground that'
ha did not believe In accepting charity
Cleaning and Dyeing
Is a question of EXPERIENCE, FACILI
TIES, and SERVICE. None other "can
serve your needs as well as
Footer's Dye Works
Positively America's Greatest, Best, and" Most
Cleaning and Dyeing: "Work".
ALWAYS SAFEST AND BEST.
CORNER G AND TWELFTH STS.
Telephone Mala 2343..
AUTOMOBILE DELIVERY SERVICE.
Gowns, low neck and short sleeves;
French Percale Petticoats, close-fitting and beau
French Combination Suits, of fine nainsook, cor
set cover and circular drawers; elaborately hand
embroidered ; some with hand-embroidered scalloped
$4.50 and $5.00. Were $7.50.
$7.00. Were $9.00.
$8.50. Were $10.00.
SAY ARMY WOMEN
I Petition, to Be 5ent to Congress
Soon, Is Signed by Wives of
Mrs. Leonard Wood, wife of the Chief
of Staff; Mrs. Fred D. Grant, wife of
the general commanding the Division
of the Atlantic: Mrs. Arthur Murray,
wife of the general oramandlng the
Western Division: Mrs. Thomas H.
Barry, wife of the commandant of the
Military Academy, and many other wo
men whose husbands are high In army
rank have signed a petition with iMO
other women, which Is soon to be pre
sented to Congress for the return of
the army canteen.
This Is the petition they Kill prcs. nt
To (he Senate and House of Eeprese&laUrrf tn
Harlog teen and felt the effect of the act of Feb
rotr t. 1914. protilMrtof the sale on mllltarr rrvm
Uooi of beer and lisht wine., realities from an a
irrlroc externum orrr ten jeara that the effett rf
that art has been injurious to discipline, harmful
to xnoralltr. and coodame to intnrreranee. tuitrc
deeplr at heart the trueet Interetta of the. armr, and.
therefore, the nation; fceUerlns that from ear elaee
relation and lsUslta association viut our soldiers
we are better tldsrs of the effect on them of such
IrsfcUUon than than who look In from wUboct or
who act upon mere theory pr seneraluation , we, the
mothers, danrbters, sisters, and wlrea of crairti
and collated men do reepectfallj ores and earnest
ly request in the Interest of dlsciplin. morautr, and
temperance tne repeal of tne said act.
This petition has been signed by women
from the various army posts of the
United States and Its possessions. From
the post at Retina Regente. In the Phil
ippines, comes one signature, evidently
that of the only white woman with that
command. At the other extreme Is Fort
Leavenworth, with Hi names. The whole
XKO have been gathered in little groups
from the scattered stations where the
women of the army are living face to
face with facts, not with theories.
The moement Is directed by Mrs.
James B. Burbank, v,lfe of Gen. Burbank.
who Is now on the retired list and living
in New York.
American Meat Packers con
vene at Wlllard.
National Board of Trade con
vention at Wlllard.
Federal Aid Good Roads con
entlon at Raleigh.
Butchers' convention at Wll
lard. Washington Poultry and
Pigeon Show at old Masonic
Several Passengers Hart.
Omaha. Jan. It A Burlington pas
senger train was derailed near Tamora.
Nebr., to-night- Several passengers are
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The Austro-Huncarlan Ambassador,
Baron Hengelmuller, was the guest of
honor, t dinner last evening of former
Senator and Mrs. John B. Henderson.
Among the other guests were the Brazil
ian Ambassador, Senor da Uama; tne
Belgian Minister and Mme. Harenlth, the
Minister I from Uruguay and Mme, de
Pena, Representative and Mrs. McCall,
Representative and Mrs. Burleson, Rep
resentative Wood and Miss Wood, the
counselor of the German Embassy and
Mme. Hanlel von Haimhauscn, the naval
attache otf the French" Embassy and Vis
countess d'Azy, Mrs. Stanley Matthews.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont. Mr. and
Mrs. William Randolph Hearst. Mrs. Mar
shall Field, Mr.' John Temple Graves, of
New York, and Mr. and Mrs. H. Wads
worth. The American Ambassador to Great
Britain and Mrs. Whltelaw Reld, who
spent the past week In Washington, the
guests of Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Boardraan.
returned to New York yesterday for a
visit before returning. to Mr. Reld's post
The Russian Ambsssador and Mme.
Bakhmeteff entertained a small company
at dinner at the Arlington last evening,
among the guests being the members of
the embassy staff and their wives. It
will be several weeks yet before these
distinguished tenants will take possession
of the residence they have leased for an
embassy. It aa the official home of
former Vice President and Mrs. Fair
banks, but Is only lust now being wired
for electrlo fixtures. The only electricity
which the mansion boasted was In the
modem ballroom, which was added many
years after the house was built.
Much Interest will be felt In Washing
ton over the resignation from the Italian
army of Capt. Carlo Pflster, formerly
a naval attache of the Italian Em
bassy here. Capt. Pflster married Miss
Helen Laughlln. of St. Louis, some years
ago and took his bride to his Italian
home, having been transferred. He was
returned to the embassy a few years
later, after having been promoted to ms
captaincy, and then again returned to
sea duty- It Is announced that his resig
nation has been given because of his In
tention to return to the native country
of his wife to make their future home
It Is an Interesting coincidence that Capt.
Pflster's successor at the embassy here,
Lieut Camperlo, also married an Ameri
can girl. Miss Eleanor Terr)', of this
city A successor to him has neter been
sent, nor Is titers, at present a counselor
of the embassy, and the staff has not
been so small In years as It Is this sea
son. Col. and Mrs. Henry F. Blount, of
Georgetown, will leave next Thursday Tor
a trip to Panama and the South to be
absent the remainder of the winter.
The weddlrgs of the week are of very
special Interest to society. Wednesday
and Thursdsy appear to be the popular
days, for there are several Important
ones scheduled for each day. Mlas Kath-
erlne RIggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas RIggs, will be married at noon
on Wednesday to Mr. Elmore F. Elmore,
of Plattsburg, N. Y. The ceremony will
be performed In the home of the bride's
parents by Rev. Roland Cotton Smith.
The bride will be attended by Miss Mar
garet Cox. of Albany, N. Y., her niece,
and the bridegroom by Mr. Charles J.
Herrlck. of Albany, best man. Only the
relative, and most Intimate friends will
be present, according to the custom of
the season, which Inclines to very small
The marriage of MUs Mary Carlisle,
daughter of Mrs. Calderon Carlisle, to
Mr. Walter Bruce Howe, of New York
and Washington, will take place to
morrow at noon In St. John's Episcopal
Church, Rev. Roland Cotton Smith offi
ciating. Miss Mjrjorle Pearson, cousin
of Miss Carlisle, will be her only atten
dant She Is a daughter of the former
United States Minister to Persia and to
Greece, Mr. Richmond Pearson, of North
Carolina. Mr. George Chittenden, of New
York, will be the best man, and the uh-
ers Include. Mr. Reginald Huldekocer, Mr.
William F. Hltt both of Washington, and
the others from New York. A breakfast
In the home of the bgde's mother will
follow the ceremony.
Miss Martha Waggaman Brawner.
daughter of Mrs. Henry Alexander Braw
ner, of Georgetown, will be married to
morrow to Mr. Ralph Edward Daniels In
Christ Church, Georgetown. The bride
will be attended by her sister. Miss Jull
arme Brawner, as maid of honor, and
Miss Josephine Waggaman, Miss Joseph
ine Alexander, Miss Christine Fo Miss
Jean Washburn, and Miss Christine Wag
gaman. as bridesmaids. Mr. Henry
Brawner, brother of the bride, will be
the best man. and the ushers will be Mr.
Ernest Mechlin. Mr. Frank Fox. Mr.
John Sraoot, Mr. Archibald King, and
Mr. William Waggaman. A reception for
the bridal party will follow tn the home
of the bride's mother.
Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt, who spent
a few days In Washington last week to
be present at the diplomatic reception at
the White House, was Joined here by
Mr. Vanderbllt, who Is recuperating from
an operation for arpendlcltis. They went
on to Virginia not Springs, where they
will remain for some time, that Mr. Van
derbllt may entirely recoer.
Mrs. Letshman and Miss Nancy Irish
man, wife and daughter .of the United
States Ambassador to Berlin, who have
been the 'objects of a round of festivities
In Washington and New York for some
weeks, have arrived In Berlin and Joined
tho Ambassador at the embassy. They
have cards out for a large and brilliant
reception at the embassy on the even
ing of January 18, when 1.500 persons
have been Invited. Mrs. Lelshman was
presented to the Empress last Thursday,
a formality which must bo observed be
fore an Ambassador's wife Is qualified
to present the women of her country at
court. Her two daughters, the Countess
Gontant-BIron and Miss Nancy Lelsh
man, and her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs-NJohn A. Lelshman. will
all be presented at court Thursday, Janu
ary 19; at the Schleppen-cour, which Is
the opening of the court season. The
Countess Gontaut-Blron Joined her par
ents In Berlin only a few days ago. She
was also with her mother and sister
In New York and Washington and re
turned with them to Germany several
weeks turn, fine has been In Paris slnca
they landed on the Continent overseeing
fhe wardrobes or the family, which are
said to be most elaborate.
Mr. Eames MacVeagh. son of the Sec
retary of the Treasury, who spent the
Christmas holldavs with his parents In
Washington, returned to his home In Chi
Dr. Frank Anderson. U. S. N.. and
Mrs. Anderson entertained a company
at luncheon yesterday at tue tnevy
Mr. Alhert r.rJKnv attache of the Mexi
can Embassy In this city, and son df
th. TtrA -ari..r..f n Cnha. will leave
Washington o-dar. after an Illness, "to
spena a month witn nis parou. ,
vana. Ho "will spend a few days In New
Terk irtta relatives before sailing Mr.
Godoy and all the members of hlr fam
ily: are well known and well liked In
Washington, where they spent, many
years, when Mr. Godoy sr was
counselor of the embassy here, and sev
eral times charge d affaires. Miss Mer
cedes Godoy was one of the debutantes
here a few seasons ago, and became one
of the most popular girls In society.
Mrs. Frederick Keep and her sister.
Miss Mabel Boardman, who have been
on a trip to Panama, will return here
on January 2.
The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs.
Meyer, who are entertaining almost con
stantly In their Washington home, have
cards out for another dinner, followed
by dancing, January 3X
Miss Pearllne R. Heroes, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Keroes, was married
last night at S o'clock, to Mr. Jack A.
Cohen, of Riverside. N. Y.. at the home
of the bride's parents. SIT G street north
west. Rabbl Glusach. of Adas Iirael
Congregation, performed the ceremony.
The maid of honor was Miss Leans, Lena
Heroes, sister of tbs bride, while the
best man was her brother. Mr. A. G.
Heroes. Tho bride sore white crepe de
chine, trimmed with pearls and silk lace,
and wore a crown of orange blossoms.
The bride's mother wore black crepe de
chine, trimmed with spangled net- The
bridesmaids were Miss Frances Heroes,
Miss Rose Cohen, of New York, and
Miss Mildred Kalx, of this city. The
ushers were Mr. A. Sellnger. of New
York: Mr. M. Barshlp. of Baltimore, and
Mr. M. Offenberg. of this city. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs. Percy
H. Russell. Mr. C L. Bowman. Mr. N.
Cohen, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. D. 8.
Yankower, of New York: Miss Rose
Cohen, of Philadelphia: Mr. William
Weinberg, of this city; Misses Goldberg,
of Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. A. Levy, Mr.
and Mrs. Levenstln and others. Mr. and
Mrs. Cohen will spend their honeymoon
In the North, and will be at home to their
friends after February 1. at JCS Four
teenth street northwest
Mrs. Wright, wife of Justice Daniel
Thew Wright, of the District Supreme
Court, will not be at home to-day, but
will be at home on Monday, January 22;
and Monday, January 3.
Yellow Candidates Are To-day Pre
sented for Votes of the School
Children of Washington.
Do you want Washington to be a glori
ous garden of gold during July and
August? Which of these yellow candi
dates for election will vou vote fnr th
nasturtium, the marigold, or the Cali
The nasturtium ranges In color from
soft pale yellow to russet golden brown,
will grow in almost poor soil, but craves
sunlight If you have only a little strip
of ground In the back yard between your
walk and your neighbor's fence, dwarf
nasturtiums, planted thick, will make a
saining, glowing border and cover up
the base of the ugly fence posts. Cllm
lng nasturtiums planted In boxes jt
windows and porches drape tbemseJes
naturally In graceful festoons of green
and gold. They also run low on the
ground and gratefully cover an unsightly
pile of stones or any unfortunate object
which should be hidden from view. The
leaves are shaped Ilka a shield and
change position at night so they will not
give off too much heat Both leaves
and flowers make good sandwiches, and
In the early days grew In the kitchen
garden Instead of the flower garden. The
name means "crooked nose." from the
strange feeling It gives us when we eat
It It likes to have Its flowers picked
ever" day and rewards us by blossom
ing profusely If we help It It is beauti
ful In any room of the house, cheers the
sick In hospitals, and delights the eye
of young and old alike.
The marigold Is a light lemon color,
deep orange, and sometimes almost red.
There are pot marigolds the "winking
Mary buds" of Shakespeare and Afri
can marigolds and French marigolds.
African marigolds grow two feet high
and with plenty of room and air yield
a yellow harvest until frost comes. The
French marigold Is small and bushy,
with bronze tinted tiny flowers. Its
leaves have a strong odor and may be
used as a flavoring for soup. It Is stiff
mi iu xivhui. out is & Biuruy piani, ana
will probably do well while you are
away in the summer.
The California poppy has four big pure
Old-COlored rwitsla thon.il ItV a .,,,.
It blooms early In the season and stays
late In the fall, but Its love for the sun
causes It to go to sleep at night and to
rlKA nnlt la In h-. Hnfnv m..
leaves are grayish-green and vry finely
tuu i you vote xor we uamornia poppy
It will not willingly resign Its place next
year, as It comes up year after year.
BAND C0NCEETS TO-DAY.
By tJ. 8. rUdiera' Rome Basd. Joba 8.
M. Zluuueuuxao. director, la Stanley HaQ,
at 130 p. ta. Protramma:
March, "The New rbbllf.....ZImnerana
Oiertore, "Der FrdaTniei......Tco Weber
Stacrso. The NlfhUaola Serenade"
Selection, "Onwr Lot (new) Lefcar
Has.. "Bed Boss" Crasoastl... .Wenrldj
Excerpts from "A Trip to Japan"....Klc!a
The Btir Bpsatfed Banner.' x
Br 17. & Marine Band Orchestra, Will
iam U. Bantebnaen, leader, at Marina Bar
racks, it ) p. tn. Programme:
March, "On the. Bdrede... .Faster
Orerrara. "Behemlaa Cirl"........Balfa
CamonetU (On. JVKe, J) .....Oodirf
A Baa Bcene,...................Sial
Excerpts horn "The KIs"..........Jltbrar
"Oibaa Daac"t...... Oematea
Oalop, "Stoensbrh tn litb nod Tans"
Yale's Annual Social Week.
New Haven. Conn.. Ian. u.m.. ne
the distinguished society leaded for
Yalea annual arwial mv .mmj in-n
Mrs. Edward H. Harrlman and her
daughter. Miss Carol Harrlman. came In
time to attend the college chapel exer-
'"" "j jam a sieigning party this aft
ernoon. They are) the guests of Mrs
Walter Cann. fa .r ffc Vai m.im
adviser., Mrs. W. Seward Webb is quar-
." ' mo xioici aaiu er son, van
derbllt, la chairman of the Junior prome
nade Commit,. wlifoh hfl. -nm1 rhafm
of. the events of the social week.
TWO Italian nvlMMar ltv4n In Jw
Tork havo designed a parachute to lift an
aviator from a falling aeroplane and
tower hlsa to earth, tmharmtd.
China, Clearance Sale..
of Table China at
Staple patterns from our regular stock which are to be. dis
continued owing to the arrival of more recent decorations. The
remaining stock of these patterns will be sacrificed at greatly re
duced prices. A portion of these great bargains as follows:
Haviland China, Gold and
Pink Floral Pattern.
is.S0 DlnneV. Plates S4.00
tS.EO Soup Fates JJ.00
15.00 Dessert Saucers.... ......12.50
J1I.O0 Tea Cups and Saucers. ..$(.00
2.:S Salad Bowl $1.00 each
J3.50 Tea Pot $1.30 each
$2.50 Chocolate Pot $1.00 each
$1.15 Cream Pitcher 60c each
Dresden Pattern English Por
celain, to Close
$$.50 Coffee Cups and Saucers.. Jj".00
$2.00 Dessert Saucers. ........ ..S0c
$2.50 Soup Plates $1.00
$2.75 Egg Cups $1.00
$1.75 Covered Vegetable
Dish 75e each
(Oc Salad Bowl 25c each
Poor open stock patterns,
and French China, in complete
of from 15 to 33 1-3 per cent
Dulin & Martin Co.,
Pottery, Porcelain, China, Glass, Silver, &c
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St.
A.J. POSTON, General Agent, 5g?SWS?1?.V
I CRUISES DE LUXE
AROUND THE WORLD
TWO'' AAND CRUISES
Nov. .&' "2 I Fob. 27, 1913
(From Ke ferki. (From San Francbeo).
Br tfce raiatlal croWnf steaaer
(1S.500 TONS). i
Itinerary Includes Madeira. Spain,
Italr. India, Cejlon. Strait. Settle
ments, Java. Philippine. China. Ja
San, Sandrrleh Islands, and Over
ind American Tour, Inland excur
sions and aide trips.
(CCA aa4 I tnctadlns all neceasarr er
yOSW ,p rxasea aboard and ashore.
DURATION OF EACH CRUISE, HO DATS
Write for Booklet of Any Cralae.
HAMBURQ-AMERICAN LINE, 41-45 Broadway, N. Y.,
Or E. F. Droop Jt Sons Co, isth nod G Sta. N. W or Geo. W. Unas, 317 14th
Street. Waahlnstoa. O. C.
OLI MASONIC TEMPLE, 9th and F Sis. N. W.
January 16, 17, 18, 19
Doors Open from 9 A. M, to 11 P. M.
School Children Admitted from 3 to 6 P. M., 10c
Twusnn at is.
IN HIS NEW FIJLT,
(PULSE OF MT HEART.)
NKXT WEEK-Mltg. KIHKC
Wed.tBat.ili'A.SototUr Klftita. SOc to C
Bj CHARLES KLEIN. Author of "Tne UnaW
Master The Lion and tha Voua.1
30 NIGHTS. NEW TORS CTXT.
Nerr Management Xew Poller.
nun I IllUbW En!nT,loe 30c.
THE MEAT PSWERS
JO Other Great Features 10
Old Favorite Wwk
A Grand Rertral of Past Saccesaes.
3ar Cosmos FaTerit Aeta
Gold Band Pattern
$5.00 Soup Plates $2.00
$1.00 Dessert-Saucers $1.50
J 5.50 Coffee Cups and Saucers.. $$.00
$$.00 Covered Vegetable
Dish $1.00 each
$2.25 Sauce Boat and
Btand $1.00 each
$1.00 Cream Pitcher.. 35a each
$1.75 Sugar Bowl 60c each
English Pink Rose Border and
Gold Edge Pattern.
$2.20 Dinner Plates $1.50
J1.90 Tea Plates $1.20
$2.30 Soup Plates $1.20
J 1.10 Desert Saucers 70a
$2.25 Soup Tureen $1.00 each
$1.40 Covered Vegetable
Dish 75a eaoh
$1.05 Butter Dish 25o each
8Cc Meat Platters 40c each
$1.0 Meat Platters $1.00 each
including Copeland, Wedgwood,
assortment, at price reductions
Arizona, New Mexico, Mexico, & El Paso, Tex.
VIA WXSniNOTOX.STJXET ROtTTB.
PetMsallr Conducted Tourist Sleeslna; Cars
Without Change, Five Tlmea Weeklr, t Lea An
geles aad Saw Fraaetseo.
LOWER BERTH, 99. UPPER BERTH, SJ7.20
Company In the World.
REGULAR SERVICES I
1PRETOIUA Jan. S3, 12 soon
PRES. UXCOLX Feb. 3, 10 A. M.
Feb. 10, J P. M.
PRES. GRANT Feb. 38, 11 A. M.
IHambnrg direct. Second cabin only.
fc'bralUr, Algiers, Biplcj, Genoa
S. 8. CINCINNATI (Orient Cruise)
Jan. SO, 11 A. ST.
S. S.KA1SERTN ATJO. Via (Italy
and Egypt) Feb. 14
IaUr Maltoses. 3c. trantnja. 3c. 8K. and 15.
Wm. H. Thompson & Co
is "piode op Exoijocrr
PAUL DICKEY CO.. IN -THTC OOME-SAOS."
Toe Urratnt of Oltare-LUa Oxsadlaa
Whltaker , HUl. BottedUto, ftSFltaras.
?& Nora IAYES & Jack R01WIRTM
With Mas? FroBjiistit PUrera ta "A Usual Sar
rrfse Partr. Introdudsx the Sew Dance Heasatiec.
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alraTttomedj Orera. Ooocert. Trareat;. Oddlu.acd
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ALL THIS WEUC SMOKIXO PERMITTED.
AH MIS IEEF TRUST
Xext 'Wees YANKEE DOODLE GIRLS.
KMI CtMft EXTBAf AUMZA CI.
WITH BILLY AEHSOTOX.
Tnmer-Hupans Wreatllaa- Hatch,
Next Week-DUXAMLAXD BL'KXESQUEHs.
"The Adventure o
the Empty House.'
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