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THE WASHmGTOWr ERAXD.; MONDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1912.
334 Fourth Ave.,
43 Rue de Pandit,
Woodward & Lothrop
Formally Announce to Begin
Throughout the Entire
Presenting modes with the last word of fashion's ap
proval, revealing original and exclusive creations from
all the accredited sources, both at home and abroad.
Women's Costumes, Tailored Gowns, Tailored, Semi'
Tailored and Dress Suits, Coats and Wraps,
Furs and Fur Garments, Waists
Misses Juniors'', and Girls' Garments; Infants' and
Little Children's Apparel, Much of It Per
sonally Selected and Imported ,
Directly from France.
French Lingerie, Bridal Trousseaux, Corsets, Negligees,
Boudoir Gowns, and House Garments.
Dress Accessories in Completeness.
The transcendent expression of richness and grace
which the master designers and creators have imparted
to these exquisitely beautiful conceptions endow this
exhibition with an importance never reached by any
Every Prescribed Fashion Note That Has Acquired Maturity
Is Exemplified in This Exhibition.
YOUR PRESENCE IS REQUESTED.
Established in 1865, oar store has reached its present
great success by gaining the confidence of the people for
three important facte:
FIRST Quality of our merchandise has always been pure and
the best.lio goods are allowed to stand too long on our
shelves. fie guarantee everything we sell.
SECOND Prices are the lowest in the city for the value of goods
soldt Our price list will be mailed to you if you ask
THIRD Store is thexleanestand brightest of the kind in thecity.
Our clerks are genial, courteous, land ever ready to
PHONE YOUR WANTS FOR LARGE OR SMALL PURCHASES.
We Make Five Deliveries to All Parts of the City.
G. G. Cornwell & Son, Inc.
GROCERS AND IMPORTERS
1415 H Street N. W.
We Giw Votea in The Heald'a $3,000 Contot.
Goldsmith's Cold. Grin, and Malaria Can
ada will Help jaa whan HI oan an
fth aaa V St, n. W. Fkmejr. UML
W Grra Vote la TIm Baold'a S3.W Cant.
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In Good Taste and Appropriate
Is the firlnc at artklea of Jmatrr. Geld. SOrtr and
Platad Ware, Onfea Cot Glaaa piece, fa., for j.
disc or birthday iiinita. Vm our laift and ariact
anir of aitlatie and prattllr deafened aitidea. an
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CHE ft MAI,
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MIS X St. IT. W.
If You Desire
to purchase a
anything in the
sheet music line,
You Will Always Find
a large stock,
" honest methods,
and courteous attention
Percy S. Foster's,
The Piano Merchant,
1330 G Street
We girt Herald ORAM eaatest rotes.
OC OROCEIW 5C
Bwo tb labels. Good for S votes In
DO YOUR FEET ACHE?
Tbe quickest, simplest, surest remedy Is
-s Fifteen Cents a Box.
Wa Sin Vaaas Is Iks
The British Ambassador, R&fct Hon.
James Bryee, spent tbe week-end with
Hiss Emily Tnekermsn, at her country
residence In Stockbridce, Haas, lftss
Tuckerman entartained at dinner on Sat
urday nlsbt In honor of her guest..
The Bishop of Washington expects to
visit Mrs. 'William Qroarenor at her
Newport villa .during tbe week.
Judge Walter Van Rensselaer Berry has
left are .Continent for a, short stay in
Mrs. Marshall Ileld is now In Farts
for a short time only. She has decided
to spend the winter In her new home "In
Washing-ton, to which many of her art
treasures have already been transferred.
Mrs. William Hamtnon. who has spent
fifteen months traveling- in Europe, will
arrive In Washington on Thursday to be
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. L. E. John
son Bhe will open her residence In
Connecticut Avenue for the winter on
The Minister of Portugal. Viscount
d'AIte. will arrive from Europe the Utter
part of the week.
The wedding of Miss Rathbone to Mr.
William Fellowes Morgan. Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Morgan and grandson
of Mrs. p. P. Morgan, formerly of this
city, takes places on Saturday at the
home of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Archibald Murray, In New York.
Miss Rathbone Is the niece of Mrs.
Robert Shaw Oliver, wife of the As
sistant Secretary of War. General and
Mrs. Oliver plan to go to New York to
attend the wedding.
Mrs. Helen Owynne, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Franklin Steele, of Eighteenth
Street, has gone to Folkatone. England,
for a short stay, after which she will
return to her home at Sevres, France.
Mr. Gardner F. Williams Is sailing for
America this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Post Wheeler, the later
the well known authoress. Hallle Rives,
are now occupying their apartment In
the Palazzo Orslnl. Rome. During the
alterations to' their apartment recently,
a celling fell and Mrs. Wheiler narrowly
escaped being buried In the ruins, while
a sen ant lost her life. Their apartment
Is charmingly decorated. Now that the
American Ambassador and Mrs. O Brien
hate returned to Rome. Mr. and Mrs.
Wheeler will take a vacation, return
ing to their home In 'No ember.
Among the weddings of the week is
that of Mlas Marion Frances Hull to
Butler Whiting, in St. Bartholomew's
Church. New York. Wednesday. Miss
Prlscllla Bull will b her sister's
maid of honor, and the brides
maids will consist of Miss Sophie
Olyphint. Ml.s Charlotte Delafleld.
Misa Ruth I-andon. Mis Maud
Watson and Miss Harriet Glover. Lieut.
Kenneth Whiting. U. S N . will be ils
brother's best man. and Herbert Neai,
Kenneth Spence, A. W. Rockwood and
Ensign F. E. Whiting. U. S N.. wUl act
aa ushers The ceremony will be fol
lowed by a reception at the Gramerey
Park home or the parents of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Edgar BulL
The Ambassador of Brazil, Senor Da
Gama, will give a dinner to-night at the
Embassy, In Sixteenth Street.
Mrs. MacArthur. widow of Lieut. Gen.
Arthur MacArthur. will leate Milwaukee
this week for Fort Leavenworth. Kans.
where she will make her home with her
son, Lieut. Arthur MacArthur.
Mrs. Hoar, widow of Representative
Rockwond Hoar, gae a reception and
dance on Saturday evening at her home
In Worcester. Mass , to Introduce her
daughter. Miss Helen Hoar, to society.
Some of the guests Invited to meet the
attractive debutante were Miss Delia
Torrey. aunt of the President and Mrs.
Taft: Miss Esther Cleveland, daughter of
the late President Grover Cleveland and
Mrs. Cleveland, and Mr. James A. Gar
field Mrs. Hoar and her daughter will
come to Washington later In the season
and open their residence. In Connecticut
Mr. and Mrs ChariemanRe Tower, who
are occupying their summer rcldence.
the "Tower Homestead," at Watervllle.
Conn, will not return to Philadelphia
until later In the season.
The American Minister to Switzerland
and Mrs. Bouteli, who have lust arrived
In this country, will spend a few dav s in
New York before returning to Washing
ton Their daughter. Miss Alice Bouteli.
has arrived here and opened their apart
ment at the Highlands. Her marhage to
Mr. John B Ladd. of Boston, will take
place on Thanksgiving Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brooks. Jr. the
latter formerly Miss Louis. Cromwell,
will give a fancy dress party on Hal
loween in the old fort at Fort Garrison
at which their guests will include nnt
only Raltlmoreans and residents of the
Green Spring Valley, but society people
irom vvasningion, niew York, and Phila
delphia. The voung daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Brooks. Jr , will be christened this af tt-r-noon
at their country place. The child
will be named after her maternal grand
mother. Mrs Edward T. Stotesbury. who
with Mrs. Walter Brooks, sr, her
paternal grandmother, will be god
mothers Following the baptism, at
which only the family and cioso friends
will be present, tea will be served on the
lawn. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks. Jr. will
come to Washington next month for theSl
Senator Shelby M. Culiom and his
niece. Miss Fisher, left Washington yes
terday for Illinois for a two weeks'
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Becker, who
spent the summer at their country home
at Tyringham. Mass., have returned to
the city and opened their home in Rhode
Mrs. John Magruder, accompanied by
her daughter. Miss Natalie Magruder,
will return to Washington within the
next few days. They spent the first part
of the summer In Newport, and the last
month at their beautiful home at Essex-
on-Lake Champlain, N. Y.
Miss Margaret Smith, daughter of the
Rev. Dr. Roland Cotton Smith and Mrs.
Smith, is visiting Hiss Mary McCauley
until her parents return to Washington
from their country place at Ipswich,
Capt Caperton. U. 8. N.. of the Naval
Training Station at Newport, and the
other officers stationed there, will give a
ball on Friday night In compliment to
the German officers whose battleship Is
anchored In the harbor.
Miss Dorothy Roher is visiting Miss
Beulah Armstrong- at her home In Balti
A pretty home wedding of Interest to
Waahlngtonlans took place Saturday at
noon when Miss Caroline Muckle Stam
twfth became the bride of Lieut. J. Mor
ton Poole.' Id, at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Servestus P. Stam-
bach. In Philadelphia. The bride was
given away by her father. She wore a
beautiful gown of cream white char-
meuse, richly trimmed with" duchess lace.
which baa been la the -family tor many
THE NEW MEN'S WEAR SHOP
, G Stmt Two Dmcs Eat,of Ekrerth. -
, To Commemorate the New Shop's First Birthday.
''Norfolk and New Brunswick," sepa
rate garments $1.25
''Derby Ribbed," separate garments. . 1.00
'Bismark," separate garments, natural
wool !.:.. 2.50
Hodgman's Gold Bond Rain, Coats,
''Perrin's" English Cape Gloves, pair.
'Notaseme" Silk Hose
YOUR CARD PLATE CftP
And Fiftv Cards Printed. O 3j
And Fifty Cards Printed.
Bring jour plate and we'll supply and print 50 cards for 25c.
Botli offerings are for to-day only.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER Hours 8 to 6 G STREET
j cam. Her veil was artistically ar
ranged with a cluster of orangle blos
soms. The bouquet was of white orchids
and lilies of the valley In shower ef
fect. The bride's only attendant was Miss
Vlda Blspliam, of New York, who looked
charming in a gown of shadow laco over
pink chiffon, trimmed-here and there with
clusters of rose buds A touch of blue
In her hair and a girdle of the same gave
the finishing touches to this decidedly
chic costume. .
Miss Birpham carried La France roses
and lilies of the valley. Mr. Richard P.
Brown, of Philadelphia, acted as best
man. Rev. G. Calvert Carter, of the
Church of the Redeemer, Brjn Mawr, of
ficiated. Only the Immediate families were
present at the ceremony. After a large
reception. Lieut, and Mrs Poole left for
an extended wedding trip.
DOCTRINE ON DEATH
Statement that "Dead Are Tut
Dead" Gets Eeply from Eev.
Samuel H. Woodrow.
Assertion that "the dead are Just
dead." made rictntly bj a lectured in
Washington, evoked a sermon by Rev.
Samuel II. Woodraw, D. D, at the First
Congregational Church, vesterday, on
"Where are the Dead?": preached on
the text, "For I am in a strait betwixt
two, having a desire to depart and be
with Christ, which is far better." Dr.
Woodrow said In rart:
"The question that I have raised this
morning is one of the utmost Importance
lor we have all looked upon the face of
our loved dead and we all shall die.
What became of them at the hour of
death and what shall become of us at
the end of life's Journey?
"The question is of importance now
because a man visited our city and told
the people. The dead are Just dead, un
conscious, nonexistent, nowhere?
"It was not necessary for him to mul
tiply adjectives. If the dead are 'non
existent' then of course they can be
neither conscious nor unconscious. A
nonexistent being is of course 'nowhere?
'The dtud then are annihilated and it
Is as thounh thev had never existed.
"Later the gentleman said they were
'in the tomb awaiting the resurrection."
How- can nonexistent creatures be in the
"The Bible does not give a map and
time tahli- of future events, it is im
possible to take all the passages in the
New Testament relating to life, death.
mind, soul, resurrection and final Judg
ment and make n consistent system.
"Mv belief Is that at the moment of
death there is resurrection and Judgment
and the departed enter at once the
place of bliss or woe. For Paul's
death was not a 'sleep" for countless
.iges or 'nonexistence.' It was to "de-
jart and be with Christ." "
College of Law
For Wosaea sad Stem.
1S1T NEW YORK AVEJ1CE X. W.
Three years' course, leading to
degree LL. B. ; tuition, $60 per an
num. Post-graduate study, one year,
degree LL. M.; patent law for
practice before U. S. Patent Of
Twenty-six members of faculty.
Evening sessions exclusively.
ELLEN SPENCER MUS3EY. D'can,
Phone M. 4D85.
Southwest Comer M and Eleventh
Thirty-eighth Year Opens
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Somers,
Mrs. Adelia Gates Hensley.
Irnn tht LrsiiMill Conner Journal.
.Nearly every day some development
hows more piilnly that Bill Kllnn and
Dr. Abbott are supporting a political
movement that does no credit to either
The decorations orig
inated by us arc notably
artistic and tasteful.
Effects suggested and
estimates gladly fur
nished on application.
Bride's Bouquets that
exemplify the latest dic
tates of fashion.
lit the saoat wanted varie
ties elllaar at very SPECIAL
PRICES darlsar oar Anaual
Sale. Flae, welt-developed
apeelsaeas as low frtg
ST!!?. 14th and tf Ssi.
We give Herald 3S00
Day and Lata Afternoon Sejstoaa,
Calasablaa College, A. B.. B. S. in Chem.
College of Eaarlaeerlas aaa Meebaale
Arts. B. S. in Arch, C E, E. E, and
Calleae of the Political Selraeea, A. B.
Teachers College, A. B. and Teachers
Offices: 2023 G" Street
School af Graduate Studies. A. M, M. &.
C. E, E. E, M. E, Ph. D.
Departsneat of Medlelae, M. D.
Departsaeat of Deatlstry, D. D. SL
Offices: 1325 H Street
Departsaeat of Law, LL. B, LL. M
M. P. L,
Office: New Masonic Temple.
Natloaal College of Fharauiey.
808 I Street
College af Veterinary Medicine,
D. V. M.
2113 14th Street
General Office: 2023 G Street
1713-1735 o 1720 Connecticut At.
Collffi preparatory, academic, collrglate, and
etectli. coutim. Four yean of high achool study
for ptipili not coins to collnre. Serra count
for ttodenU dring work of c&Ur-se j-ada. IYrpar
aiioa for European trarel, music, art. la&guacea,
and expraaion. Out of dorr aporta.
U1SS CHABLOXTE CRITTKMLN EVERETT.
The Potomac School
IW EIGHTEENTH STREET.
REOPENS VED.ESDU OCTOBER 9. 19a
KIROIROAIITEN AND ELEMENTARY
tR BOYS AND GIRLO.
Adapted in KindtTEirtea and Irimar7.
Comfort and '
Your Home. .
There are a great many
things in our stocks to in
All the newest and best
productions .in Decorated
China, Cut' Glass, Gold
Glass, Sterling Silver, Cut
ler', Lamps, Gas Port
ables, Electroliers, Art
Potterj', Brass and Bronze
objects, Bric-a-Brac, &c.
Make this store your
headquarters for House
furnishings, if you appre
ciate quality, and lowest
Dulin& Martin Co.
Potterj-, Porrrlala, China, Class,
1215 F St. and 1214-18 Q St
an art in
which we have
J. H. Small & Sons,
Corner 15th and H Sts.
New York Waldorf-Astoria,
11 S3 Broadway
NATION A I T-n at 8HS.
JJr"" "ata. Wed. Sat.
WEBBA LCESCHEB Prearct
In tha EtRsJomc Ccaat Optra.
THE SPRING MAIR
With .New Tor Cacnpasj. Including
the eoiMn rai
THE GRAND CANYON
Oct. 9J. Gnat Boathvtet; Oct. S. Pactta Obnsti
Ken. T. Ydlcmatooe Pais.
8ta new adliss foe all leetsna.
PrScm. SOc. Tie. L
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01II.AS A. IURUIS limit
in HAWTHORNE. U. S. A.
A ComcsJjr by June Bixant Kacaa. With a Caat
of Unusual Excrllracr.
The Most IW itiful Thratrr in Amtnc.
ttraeiinn kainilrr th E Thti-s
I Daily Mata. 3c t 50c l,m., 3c. 9Qr. 75c
Fbrovr Star of "Naughty Mwietta."
AuUrtt h Sao Wllliama. in "Tb Hnntr
and the liontr-s" My Idr Kam "
I'arisaan iensation. Tha Too o Tb"
1ctM Danctra and "The Collie Ballet
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11 1U. .NbXT HI- KK Arthur Dmedu.
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Laura Guente and Arthur Conrad. Ac
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bars, aad Sat.
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In the success of the Century
The Mai Fro Hone
Br nooth Tarlungton and Harry Leon Wihon,
Nnt Werk-IIERIETT RlMA.N
WOWJ) S SERIES
RODIER SCORE BOARD.
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Miftt. Sic to E.
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1811 I Street.
Thomas V. Sldirell, A. M Principal.
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
Thirtieth lear Bealns Sest. 23.
MMESTIC ARTS, ft SCIENCES
' 1754-1751 M Stream..
OoBplcte, practifal conraea, Itecul&r. normal, aod
jiodn eqmpmrat. Expart ueolty.
BfxIatraUon Ser. U, 111 Catakn.
Bleat Sloctoav Dramatia AR.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
IO Xlncnth 8U N. E. Pbona Une. 1I3S.
Washington School of Accountancy
rroieafcionaj emxauon m anoontaoey, prrpannc
for BUta -certificate of rertifled public accountant
and for buatoa administration. Practical work
capfdaUy adapttd to men employed (taring tha day.
aVpaf bonetin ca miaeat. Call or addresa. Ihree
tor U Bdoeatioo, X. U. (1 A., 1TM G St. N. W.,
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pdrats ccachija Catalofna.
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tnental art; th Lanplor in an ant oeteh- Clark
and enii. Italian .vroditv and tht Ztla Slater,
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Uith EDDIE B. COLUVS,
EXTRA ATTRACTIO.N PRIDir MORT
THE COUNTRY STORE
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