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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1912.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
COATS AND MILLINERY
Charming Coats for Children
2 to 6 Years of Age.
Beautiful Pile Fabrics are used more for
Children's Coats this season than in any
gone before. And they are really beautiful
and perfectly practical. With their use our
exclusive designers of Children's Coats
have been able to produce some of the rnost
strikingly new and effective styles that
have eer appeared. Distinct models of
originality and tasteful refinement, ideal in
the conception of modes -for children pf
these tender jear.
Prices range from $5.00 to $16.50
Bonnets and Hats in the
J o 'ecthese Bbnnefe. and Hats v hich w e
have assembled from the best Parisian and
American milliners devoting their time ex
clusively to styles for children is to inspect
the largest and best showing we have ever
made In shapes of rare beauty, master
fully trimmed with furs, marabou, beauti
ful flowers and buds and foliage. Aho
daint) effect elegant! trimmed with
laces, pleating, frills, hand-embroidery, &c.
Prices range from $2.50 to $ 10.00
IHch-Class standard Mrawlnc-room Meeplnc Cars, Club and Library
Observation tarn. Illnlnsr Cara supplied from Heat Market of tbe World.
Kates and steamer Reservation, Japan, China, Philippines, Around the
Rest and Recreation
Old Point Comfort
From Washington Dalls. 6 45 p m
Norfolk & Washington
Araerlka Not 58. 10 A 51
'Patrlela ..Not 30, 2 P M
Ires. Grant .Dec 7, 9 A M
K'a'n Aub. Me..Dec IS. 10 AM
THambur? direct, 2d cabin only.
Madeira. Gibraltar, lglers,
S. S. CINt INN .TI. Dec. 9,
10 A M fl',000 torn.)
S. S. JIAMBTTHG Jan. II, II
A. SI (11.000 tons)
S. S. CINCINNATI (ORIENT
CRUISE) . Jan. 2S, 10 M
S. s. HAJIHrnii Feb 22, 10
Will not call at 'Algiers.
By the Palatial
S. S. CINCINNATI
LEAVING NEW TOKK
January 28, 1913
To Madeira, Spain, the Medi
terranean and the Orient.
80 $325 ii
trite for booklet ttaticg cniK
41-45 Broadrray, N.T.
Or E. F Droop & Son. Co..
Bta X. sts. n.; Ceo. W.
Uou, Q7 ltta
Waahlnfton. D. CL
ATIANTIC CITY BESOBTS.
American and Europem plana. Special winter rates.
HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM?
What jon oas a rcmedr ftt on that contain! NO
MERCURY. It is aaftst. Flttr jeani' socctu Is
lack of BEAU'S RHEUMATIC UESiEDY. last
Irr it. It ii s ires nswdj Kte rrx txXU.
BEST SERVICE TO
Arizona, New Mexico, Mexico, and Texas.
M. 'AMIINGTON-VUN''ET ROITE.
Personally Conducted Tourist Sleeping Car
Without Change, Dallv Kxeept Sunday, to Los An
Keles and ban Krandaco.
LOWER BERTH, $9. UPPER BERTH, S7.20
A ..4. "0.1 IISI
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER
For MOUNT VERNON
ROUND TRIP 50c TO 61TE
VenvtBK Seventh Street Wnarf at 10
a. m. and li45 p. m. daily except 9as
dar Cafe on steamer. A deLLfhtinl outing
on the historic and beautiful fxunae.
You Will Always Find at
"The Piano Merchant,"
A Complete Stock of the Best
Made Pianos, Including
As Well as the Wonderful
And a Complete Line of
Sheet Music, &c.
Prices and Terms to Suit All.
1330 G Street.
Me give Herald as..000 contest TOtes.
The nvernce price of classes
trronnd for 1 Oil la about 94.
Me guarantee them ahonld your
reqnlrementa demand an outlay of
60c or (13.00.
VV. Hire ctra In The Hnld S3 000 Contett.
STOP THAT ACHE
Headaches Can he Stopped by Using
H E S
Heat Fatigue Is readily overcome
by our Powders.
H, E. SPRUGEBAHK & GO.
2d St and Pa. Ave. S. E.
Telephone L. 628.
We give Herald $3,000 contest Ttt.
Etvf tht outau. Good for
X Bobtiltnti for Natarti
Eilr Color firmest.
A rtflnrt adentifle rttoMr
for enr, bleached, mini fi4ea
bIr Dr lax Compocsd U
ptmlr nrvttttile remedy, and
can m used Kithont tht
tbclttest fear of inprj to tfct
hair or acaln. Price, JLOo.
Oompoonded bj Bcbzoit
Chemical LatcUloriea. Chi
caco, U. 8. .
CONOMY MEAT MARKE
TCcert ti. bit of FoaSHuSt an
bo hid it ti. lowtst prrraulnf
fits. MfiU. Flih, sad Frortslau
, lm freih.
409 Third St. N. W.
W. Clt ote la Tbs Hcsvrs C3.0B Codsst.
largest Homing Circulation.
607 F i'TZjjOJ (xflT5
Old Masonic $j&r J k
House Garments of Silk and
Kimonos, of plain colored Japanese silk
and albatross, $3.75 each.
Japanese Silk Kimonos, in oriental and
floral designs and colors, $5.00 each.
Imported Japanese Kirrionos, beautiful
colors, richly hand-embroidered, $18.50 to
Japanese Quilted Robes, plain, $10.00
Japanese Quilted Robe7 embroidered,
$1200 and $15.00 each.
Japanese Quilted Jackets, plain black
and colors, $5.00 each.
Eiderdown and Blanket Robes, $275 to
Lingerie and Silk Petticoats.
Bnddl Lingerie, matched sets, $5.75 to
$28 00 each
Crepe de Chine Gowns, white, blue, and
pink, $4.75 to $12 50 each.
Crepe de Chine Cachets, white, blue, and
pink, $9 50 each.
Silk Petticoats, crepe de chine, china
silk, mosalinc, and taffeta, in black, white
and colors; evening shades and novelties,
$2 00 to $15 00 each.
Manila Exporter Tells of What Is
Mads in Far-off Country
Better Than Here.
K. M Ixjeffler, an Importer and ex
porter In Manila and a manufacturer of
cigars there, accompanied by Mrs. Loef
fler. Is at the New Wlllard. They are
on a trip around the world Mr Loef
fler is to Investigate European markets
as an outlet for Philippine products. Ho
mm that while big developments are go
ing on throughout the ltlandt. particu
larly In the bouthern part of the archi
pelago, many things are held baok be
causo American capital does not flow
easily to that part of the world.
"Foreigners are beginning to take an
Interest In th opportunities Manila of
fer " said Mr. Loeffler. "Agents from
rubber growers and merchants In the
Straits Settlements have been lately
looking over the rubber possibilities In
Mindanao with a view to starting plan
tatlgns. "There is a 1 early Increase of M per
rent In the exports and Import oj Manila.
The bulk of the 'Imports at present come
from the Vnlted States, but owing to
the great time consumed In getting them
there, and to other reasons, there Is
danger of Europe capturing a great deal
of the trade In certain lines. One trou
ble Is the great damage suffered by goods
from America In transit. Goods shipped
from Eastern ports In the United States
require two months In transit. Goods
from the West coast require a month.
Of course, most manufactured goods have
to come from Eastern ports Manufac
turers and merchants In this country
take too little pains In packing goods
In goods that come from England and
Germany we get only 2 1-2 per cent of
breakage. In goods from the United
States breakage will run generally to
10 per cent.
"The merchants and manufacturers of
Manila have lately embarked on a cam
paign to get the American public In
terested In Manila and what It turn
out There Is so much Ignorance here
about what the Philippines really arclitnii nw nr n. hhh. ..h ih. M4..
and what they are doing Take laces, maid., the Misses Pauline Magruder. of
for Instance Embroideries that beat Washington. Elinor Shotter, Sophie Mel
any that come from Paris and laces drtm, Anna Stevens. Elizabeth Malone,
that surpass the finest turned out In and Eliza Lamar Hull, of Savannah.
Brussels are made there and can be I Lieut. Mm.rlw had as his best mnn
bought much cheaper. There are Amer-
lean Importers who buy In Paris a tre-
menaous tot oi cneap straw hats and I
apparently don't know that these nats
have come from the Philippines Franco
imports a large quantity of this head
gear air uoemer has spent seven j ears
in tne unent.
largest Morning Circulation.
is invariably character
ized by good taste and ar
Call on us for sugges
tions and estimates before
ordering decorations for
receptions, dinners, or
"coming out" teas.
Roses and all other va
rieties of choice flowers.
Phone Jr. 3707 or BL 3708
Cor. 14th and H
We give Herald S,00O
The President ud Mn. Taft have sent
out invitations for the dinner they will
sire In honor of the members of the
Cabinet, on Thursday evening-, Deoember
The President and Mrs. Taft will oc-
euny a box at the Bel&aco Theater
this afternoon to see the wonderful klne
macolor moving pictures of tbe Panama
Canal, which will be snown lor tne oen
eflt of the Red Cross. Other bozholders
are the Secretary of the Treasury and
Mrs. MacVeajth. the Secretary or. Cora
merce and tabor and Mrs. Kneel, the
Assistant Secretary of State and airs.
Huntington Wilson, Mrs. Wlnthrop Mur
ray Crane, Mrs. Hope Slater, Mrs.
Boardman, and Mrs. Keep.
The Attorney General and Mrs. Wlck
ersbam have Issued Invitations to a din
ner given In honor of the French Am
bassador -and Mm. Jusserand, on De
cember E. They have also sent out cards
for another dinner on the nlcht or De
The American Minister to Switzerland
and Mrs. Boutell entertained Informally
at tea yesterday afternoon In honor of
Mr. and Mrs. B&bson Ladd, of Boston,
who have come to Washington to at
tend tbe wedding of their son, Mr. John
Brooks LaJd. and Miss Alice Boutell, on
Mrs. J Kearney Warren, of New
York, who has spent several days at
the Grafton, will return to her New
York home to-day.
Judge and Mrs Charles B Howry will
give a dinner to-morrow evening In
honor of Sirs. William Draper.
MaJ Gen Ieonard Wood. USA.
Chief of Staff, and Mrs Wood will go
to Philadelphia to attend the Army and
Navy football game
On January 9 Mrs. John Hava Ham
mond will g1o a tea In honor of Mrs.
Grovcr Cleveland and Miss Esther Cleve
land, who will be. her house guest at
that time Mrs Hammond alv plans to
give a large ball for them the next night
Mrs. Ueveland will remain but a few
days In Washington, hut Miss Ksther
Cleveland will make a series of vlbiti to
her Washington friends before returning
to her Princeton homo.
MaJ. William Iassiter, tT. S A., enter
tained at a lunoheon jesterday at tho
Chevy Chase Club, his guests being Brig
Gen Wotherspoon l b A . and Mrs
Wotherxpoon the Superintendent of the
Natal Academy and Mrs. John Gibbons
Miss Oliver, Miss bheridan. Miss llagner.
Brig Gen Wllllim Crozler. U. 8 A . and
tho Military Attache of the German Em
bassy. MaJ von Herwarth.
Mrs W. B Hlbbs has taken an apart-
mnt at tho New Powhatan for the win
ter. number of Washlngtonlans went to
rUltimore to attend the "0ster Roast"
giien Saturday evening by Mr and Mrs
Uouglas Gordon, at the Elkridge Ken
nels, In honor of the former's debutante
niece, Miss Anne Pleasants Haxall
Mus Laura Merrlam entertained at an
informal luncheon iesterday at the
Chevy Chase Club
Mr and Mrs Joseph Ueter will give
a dinner to-night for Miss Merrlam and
Mr. Curtis, Assistant Secretary of the
eddlns of much intercut to Wash-
inBtonlans took place In Savannah. Ga..
on Friday evening, when .Ml,, Mary Bluo
Hull and Lieut Llojd Burns Magruder.
' TT '. " marrled ln tna nome of
e bride a parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Hull. The ceremony, which was per-
111111K.U vj uio iwt, dVKCUIl u .tuiciieii.
of the Cathedra of bt John the Baptist,
was attended only oy the family and the
twenty members of the wedding party
as followed by a reception for which
Initiations were general. This was tho
first occasion on which Mr. and Mrs
nuns handsome home, recently re
modelled, was open to society generally.
and there was accordingly an added In
terest The big drawing room, with
their gold tones and brown hangings,
vere adorned only with white flowers
An orchestra on the Door above played
the wedding march as the bridal party
entered through an aisle of smllax and
approached the altar of whito flowers
built at the end of the second room.
The bridegrooms attendants were Mr.
Frederick Daon, of New lork, Capt.
Battle, U S. A , Lieut Marcel Keene.
a A.; Mr. Joseph Hull. Ir : Mr. Dana
Stevens and Mr If C Daniel, of Savan
nah. Following them were two flower
girls thtMi"es Albert Hull and Rosalie
Lieut. Edward Collier Little. U. S N .
and Mlsi Hull's mild of honor was her
sister. Miss Nana Hull
As It was a military wedding, the maids
wore gowns of white satin veiled with
scarlet net. and carried Richmond roses.
and Miss Nana Hull wore e!low char
meuse and carried Richmond roses. The
bride's gown was of white satin brocade
with corsage of Venetian point and veil
of point lace. She carried lilies of the
A marriage of lntwest to Americans
will soon take place In Paris. France
Mr Wentworth C Bacon, a broker of
New York, who Is a cousin of former
Ambassador Bacon and a nephew of Mrs.
Van Hensselaer Crugar, an old resident
of Washington, will marry Miss Kathe-
rlne Griffith, daughter of the late Mr.
Thomas E. Griffith, of Detroit.
Mrs. Rockwood Hoar and Miss Hoar
will arrive in Washington to-morrow and
open their residence In Connecticut Ave
nue for the winter season. Miss Hoar
will attend the Thanksgiving ball at
Mrs Morris Evans gave a luncheon
jesterday at tho Chevy Chase Club in
honor of Baron Bloumart, Lieut. Van
Dooren, and Lieut. Delvole. officers of
the Belgian arrn, whose riding created
a sensation at the New York Horse Show.
They only spent the daj In Washington.
Mrs Evans and her debutante daughter.
Miss Mota Evans, have Just returned to
the Capital from New Tork. where they
went to attend the horse, show.
Mrs E. P. Wood and 'her daughter.
Miss Julia M. Wood, have opened thelr
apartment at the Brighton for the
Col. and Mrs Robert M Thompson
will take a number of friends to the
Army-Navy football game In Philadel
phia. Both Col and Mrs. Thompson
will remain In Washington for the win
ter season, going South after Its close.
Mrs. Glsbon Fahnestock, of Washing
ton, has left Paris for Egypt, where she
will spend the winter.
Mrs. Lydie Sutton McKee, of Wash
ington, will present her daughter. Miss
Virginia McKee. to Pittsburg society at
a tea to be given. Thursday, December
li. Mrs. McKee Is a daughter of the
late Dr. Rhoadea Stansbury Sutton and
formerly made her home In the North
side, Pittsburg, but for the past sev
eral years has been living abroad sand
in the Eastern dtles. Mrs. McKee anu
her daughter will spend the greater part
or tho winter In Pittsburg.
Miss Loretta Cunningham, of Phila
delphia, entertained at a dinner
Thursday last In honor of Miss Constance
ue Witt, of this city.
Mrs. Greeiy S Curtis, sr, and the
Misses Curtis, of Boston ,and Manches
ter. Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. Greeiy
S Curtis, Jr. and son. of Salem. Mass.,
are at the New Powhatan, having come
to Washington to attend the wedding of
Mr. James Freeman Curtis, Assistant
Secretary of the Treasury, to Miss Laura
They were among the guests at a lltfle
dlnnr given last night by Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Letter, and while here they will
be entertained extenslvly by their Wash
Senator Burton, who has spent the last
fortnight at the Virginia Hot Springs,
leaves there to-day en route for Wash
ington. Representative George F. O'Sbauness).
of Rhode Island, will stop at the New
Powhatan during the short session of
Mr. and Mrs Lew Newmejer enter
tained Informally on Saturday evening
at their apartment In the Stafford, the
occasion being the thirtieth anniversary
of their marriage Many friends and
relatives of tho couple called, and at a
late hour a buffet luncheon was served
Among the guests were: Mr. and Mrs
Samuel lienslnger Mr. and Mrs 11
Miller, Mr. and Mrs L. Rappaport, Mr
and Mrs Silvan Benslnger, Mrs. M
Langford, of Atlanta. On.. Mr and Mrs
Sim Steinberg. Mr and Mrs. D I
Engcl, Mrs. J J.wchb Mrs Addlo Slg
mund, Mr and Mrs. Simon Kann, Mr
and Mrs Max Fischer Miss Sophie Bend
helm, of Alexandria, Va . Miss Edith
Strasburgcr, Mibs Helen Strasburger,
Daniel Benslnger, and Alvin Newmyer.
Georgetown Preacher Advocates
that Episcopal Church Take
Care of Aged Pastors.
Special reference to pensions for clergy
men was made- csurday by Rev J. IL
W. Blake In a sermon at Christ Church.
Georgetown from the text, "Prepare
your hearti unto tin- Lord and serve
llHn cnl After making a plea for
preparation for the revelations and
truths which the church brings In the
coming Advent season Mr Blake called
attention to the annual offering to be
made on Thanksgiving Day for the ben
efit of the General Clerg Relief Fund
which has as its object the pcnelon and
relief to aged and Infirm clenomen and
their families and covers In its scope
the whole Church In the linlted States
and mission fields He called attention
to the pension s stems of railroads and
larnO corporations generally, ami said
that the Episcopal Church, croulnvr as
I she In in wealth and power, could not
8hlrk the responsibility of earinc for her
ola "" aisapieu ciersy. ho devoted life
"While we have time let ui do irood
nn 11 m.n nn.i an.i.ii ,,. .v.
,,, ... r ,,. ,..ki,, . ,..
"Blsed be the man that provldeth
for tho sick and need) the Lord shall
deliver him in time of trouble"
SEEKS DATA ON
Postmaster General Hitchcock Asks
Heads of Offices to Obtain Infor
mation as to Extent of Use.
In order to satisfy himself as to the
extent that the parcel post svstetn. which
goes Into effect Januarj 1 1"13, will be
used by the business public and In line
with his policy of conducting the Post
office Department on a strictly business
basis. Postmaster General Hitchcock has
asked every postmaster ln the United
States to obtain Information from busi
ness firms, which will enable the Depart
ment to provide adequate facilities for
handling the parcel post busincs. Hach
postmaster has been provided with a
number of circulars which set forth In
detail the provisions of the law affecting
parcel post matter, the rates of postage,
and an explanatory statement concern
ing tho delivery of parcel post matter
at free delivery oBlcea and on rural and
star routes, and calling attention to the
fact that parcels may be registered and
also insured against loss
The circular contains a numbr of
questions, which, when answered, will
give the department detailed informa
tion as to any particular cits, town or
locality, showing the average number of
fourth-class parcels now mailed, the
number that will probably bo mailed
when the parcel post law becomes elTec
Uvc, together with the average weight
of the parcels and their average size
With this information available Post
master General Hitchcock believes that
It will be possible for him to begin the
parcel post service on Januarv 1 with
the necessary equipment, and thus estab
lish a nation-wide service of lirge pro
portions with the least possible friction.
Vna Jatlie's Lunrj
"Was your daughter's musical education
a profitable venture
"Tou bet! I bought the houes on
either side of us at half their value"
GoM Medal, London. 1911
Fire o'clock tea time.
Kidgvari most famous grade o named
"Fire O'clock" TSc va pound.
Fat up ia nnntifnl sihrered air tight
packages quarter, halves, potmai.
Economical, Delightful and Invigora
ting Hot or Iced. j
Ml BIBB-Cuaa Grocers
nana Order Trial Pacxage
KcrusBaiT &, Bros., Distributers.
"BURDEN OF CITY"
THEHE OF PASTOR
Eev. Dr. J. S. Montgomery Urges
Puhlic to Cleanse "Cancer
ous Places" in. Capital.
Public conscience must arouse to its
duty of cleansing "cancerous places'
where population is dense. Rev. Dr.
James Shera Montgomery declared last
night In a sermon on 'TThe Burden of
City" at Metropolitan Memorial Methodist
"We are not only with the city, but
the city Is with us," said Dr. Mont
gomery. "We like it yes, we even like
to be lifted oft our feet by the breakers
of human beings surging round. We
like to spill our labors where the multi
tudes pass by, w0 like the laugh and tho
come and go of the crowd, yet we feel
the sense of something fearful whirling
around us, as though the very earth was
chattering her teeth The city' Beau
tiful, stately, majestic, dressed so mag
nificently, yet with her great dark places
surrounded with an atmosphere of
The burden of a city' Here Is the
congested population, see-sawlng, morn
ing, noon, and evening We hear the
Polyglot speech, foreign tongues, strange
speech, and queer Ideas about privi
leges and liberties. The preacher may
talk as he will, the Job to direct and
control Is a mighty big one In the hands
of an law makers. It Is so hard to get
borne of the ca!mnes of night Into the
soul of a citj, for ltn measured tramp,
tramp seldom blows down or toiis
The situation 1. difficult, for the throng
passes on and nan) an swallowed up
somewhere some place llkn the wreck
of a fleet at sea The burden of a rltv
Th burden or poverty, of Ignorance
and of sin The burden of the nllej
It Is the voice of a great burden, where
walls leak direara and the telling, ooze
filth and the floor-) exhae poisons of
death It is the duty of the public ron
science to arouse Itself ro-op rating with
all agencies seeking to cleanse these
cancerous place, and drive this scrofula
outct the v.Jns of our tnunkipalltv
Programme Is Announced for Na
tional Rivers and HarboTs
Judging from tht. lists of delegates
polntM b (Vnpniors of Stat". Majors I
of cities and OiamberH of Commerce '
already recei4 at tlie headquarters of
the organization, the forthcoming con-
entlon of the National rUrs and liar-
bom ConsTeBK. which will be held In thl
Detembcr 5 and 6. will be the larg-
eat in the hi-torj of tht asoclation
President Taft will open the nnfrres
on edneda morning IcemWr 4. to
b followed h) the Peruvian Minister j
Kedfrico Alfonso Pczt. anh Lieut CVI
AV. P Anderson chW engineer of the
Department of Marine and F!herie
Ottau a, Canada, who w ill ieronally
represent Premier Borden
At the Wednesday afternoon es'ion
the follow lnc programme will be carried
out George W Norrls. of Philadelphia, j
"Delaware RHer Terminals. Illustrated
lecture b Hush I. Cooper lce pre!
1 ant anil chief engineer Mls.'-issippl River
Power Companj illustrated lecture. It.
McL. Harding, consulting eng'neer de
partment of docks City of New York.
"Ocean and Rive Terminal-." (
Third eslon. Thursday a m , Decern
her E Address Hon. S M Sparkman.
chairman Rivers and Harbors Commit
tee House of Representatives address
Hon Henrj L. Stimson ecretar of
War: Fred W Connelly, Major of Tren
ton, X J . and an address from one of .
the Pacific Northwest Senators.
Fourth cession Thursday afternoon ,
Speech Hon 'harlcs E Tnwnend
1'nlted States Senator from Michigan
speech, Harold F McCormlck Chicago
Mavor Fitzgerald, of Boston, George P
Rlow. of Illinois Hon. F M Simmons.
I nited fltates Senator from Vorth Caro- i
Una, and Hon T M-mln. T'nltedi
States Senator from trglnia
The session of t ridav morning D )
cember b. will be given over to commit I
tee reports nom nations ind call of I
States for flve-mlnuto speeches I
li qucts and presentation
baskets tastefully ar
ranged tn Sntall's inimitable
C7"Flowers Kxprrssed Vnywhere.
J.H. Small & Sons
Corner 15th and H
Waldorf-atarla 1133 Rrnadn-ay
loosen that tight
ness with one appli
cation and cure of
the cold quietly
follows. It's a
I3c a Jar. At the Drug; Snops.
Cartons cood for 23 votes.
Ybt two EfTformaatta dxily
Mix Spkset rrwmu
And Her Company
With a VVcndr-hrt rsst of K
N-nt TTeffc Tbs Golden Crtmc temew.
Convention Hall, S'tr-li!:
Entertainment and Ball !
St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum,
Thanksgiving Night, Nov. 28,1912.
Liuler ansiices of Catholic KntjthU of America.
Ticket. 50 Ocntt.
No 0 Size Sllto
No. 1 Size... SI .80
No. : Mze. ...... .......... S2AO
No. 3 Size SZ3
No. 4 Size - S2JO
No. 5 Size 3J3
Made in six sizes will
cook any size turkey. Seam
less steel with three coats of
.ray enamel. Will cook per
fect on top of the stove or
in the oen.
11 sizes of steel and Rus
sia iron roasting pans ear
ned in stock
Dulin & Martin Go.
Pollery, Porcelain, China, Glass,
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St
3 M1TINEES Tills WEEK 3
WLUVESDAT. Till USD VY and SAT it S U.
V. .1CGFKI.D, Jr., Presents
with FRANK TINNEY
And DOROTHY JORDAN
n ziEomo fjuous beautt eiais
Same New Tort at and Orlftnll ZigfeM
BTrViR "ZIEGFELD FOLLIES"
Seiv Wrck ItOBUtT LORAIN U
i-ri t a. .-
Snprw. MfT'T-Thtiui Or-ra
ihru -$100 J 30 $1 00. "jc
Hmi-e T rt
POPULAR PRICES, 25o to $1.00
whiritoc 1 SortU M IIcmcbI Ermt d th wnn
umuill HI 0itrK11 3iat. Saturday
THE DE KOVEN OPERA GO.
Puui-l V. Art xr 51 jt ,
r.ranil Opera Star Cast tn
, Herbert U.tMTM
nan. I i ,i ,11 1 Eu -le 1 .
j Company of 10O. Orehestra of 40.
TtlrrlMu. I Men u4jTdet.
'Nm1 OPATC On TUIIDC
Week ws-s-sw s.0 iiiuivj,
UvTINLFS vyEINESIAi ND SVTtltDAT
Charles Frobman Presents
In J M. DCTPD DAM
Mju tt Pbon OnJu
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Josef Strannky. Conductor,
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XXrtlnradar and at ardar Matinee
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Direct from loO Nights la New Tork
I PRICES, 50c to $2.00. ;i 25c to $1.50
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"WHO IS BROWN?"
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headed by ibt thrUlinj one-art drama, Tb Th I
DesTre1 by Ftuk MaTno & Qx tha Kour Mnrteat
llodffra Smythe A. Ilartman, orxrwdiaTis. Mrlnt-ni
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tn (rldeo Statnarr Kennr Notody A, Plati
and "Th Kljins Uarts.
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Tbe Show of Dash and Beautr
THE MERRY MAIDENS
rrewntlns TIUIT.T HELD8 the llebrrw FLn-
tter Lillx Brvojian and Blanche CuniM.
FRIDW M(,HT -TOl-VTR STORK
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John Mrhtfaoa and Oruinal Cast, in
THE CALL OF THE HEART
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