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THE WASHINGTON. HERALD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. ,1913. .
A Few Pertinent Facts Relatingrto the
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In Our January Sale. ." ,
PREVAILING regular prices would be much in advance of thosc.at which we
have marked our Undennuslins in this sale. ." '"
Tjie selections are very comprehensive, and we have provided amply for
every woman's demand.
Materials are of excellent quality, thoroughly reliable, andinclude muslin, nain
sook, cambric and crepe.
Styles are representative of the newest and best following the season's latest de
mand in every line.
Sizes and proportions arc varied enough to afford every woman a perfect fitting;
a special selection ot undermuslms for stout figures.
NIGHTGOWNS An especially large show
ing of these much-needed garments at the low
At 50c Long and short sleeve styles, with
necks cut in high, vc, low, round, and square ef
fects; trimmed in several effective designs. ,
At 7oc Sccral attractive styles, daintily
trimmed with lace and embroidery; materials
arc muslin, cambric, and nainsook.
At $1.00 Cambric, nainsook, muslin, and
crepe, in the prettiest and most desirable stjles,
At $1.50 Long and short sleeve styles, with
high, e, low, round, and square necks; trimmed
with laces and embroideries.
At $2.25 Soft, sheer nainsook, of a beautiful
texture, ininany attractive styles, including the
high! faored empire prettily trimmed with laces!
FRENCH GOWNS Two of the best values
offered, in addition to one-of-a-kind styles in
Petticoats, Drawers, Gowns, &c.
Gowns, $1.95. Low round neck and short
slcecs, with daintily hand-embroidered front.
. Gowns, $2.50. Fine French Nainsook, in
dainty styles, beautiful hand-embroidered front;
low neck and short sleeves, finished with scal
SILK PETTICOATS, SPECIAL AT $2
Messaline Silk Petticoats, in a good assortment
of newest plain colors. A style especially adapt
able to the present mode of the tailored costume.
UNDERMUSLINS REDUCED Every garment below is taken from our own stock; only
one, two, and three of a kind, style, or size, but collectively the assortment is large.
Drawers 35c to $1.65 pair. Former prices,
50c to $2.25.
Corset Covers 35c to 95c each. Former
prices, 50c to $1.75.
Gonns 65c to $1.95 each.
$1.00 to $3.50.
Combination Suits 65c to
prices, $1.00 to $3.50.
Third Coor DctcnUi .
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
New York WASHINGTON Paris. f
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Nine Persons Out of Every Ten
Suffer from Defective Teeth
ARE YOU ONE OF THE NINE?
And defective teeth are the cause of nine out of every ten cases of nervousness, sleeplessness.
indigestion, and numerous common ailments.
For the pain, worry, and ailments caused by decaed teeth undermine your -vitality and make
you more easily subject to contagious diseases and ordinary ills.
Have Your Teeth Treated,
Only Method of Painless
Approved by the
United States Government.
We have installed the original
Teter Apparatus displayed at the
recent Congress of Hygiene and
Demography, held in Washington
By the use of the Teter Appara
tus the anesthetic administered
makes it impossible to feel pain, but
does not produce insensibility.
There is positively no bad after
YOUR TEETH EXAMINED FREE
Special attention is gien to nervous patients and children.
Our office is in the center of the shopping district and is accessible to all car lines
nd vou paj the slight cost in SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTS.
You will save time, money, and pain by letting us examine jour teeth at once free of
We have opened this office for the benefit of the public to educate them to care for their
teeth at a minimum cost. We arc not after large financial returns, and any money made by this
office in excess of the necessary expenses required to maintain it will be utilized to better our facil
ities and enlarge our equipment to enable us to better care for the needs of the public.' This office
is operated and owned by a local dentist with an established practice, who has opened this branch
only to encourage and educate the public to better care for their teeth, and not as a monev-making
Useful Souvenirs Will Be Presented to All Ladies Calling Saturday and Monday. Come and Get Yours
ORAL HYGIENE DENTIST
AND ORAL SURGEON
HIGHER EDUCATIONAL DENTISTRY.
9th and E Streets N. W. Northwest Corner
ENTRANCE ON E STREET; 3 DOORS FROM CORNER.
TAe New BMiit
F Street at Fourteenth.
Another of those enjoyable Sunday
eening Table d'Hotc Dinners will be
sen ed to-morrow from 5 :30 to 8 in the
brilliant Crjstal Room.
It has become a ery popular fad to
dine at the New Ebbitt Sunday evening
because we make such a feature of the'
menu and the service.
G. F. SCHUTT Proprietor.
MEN'S SMART FURNISHINGS
The shop that sells the cleverest ot
men's fixings for less.
IH. LEVITArt &JDO.
tJjftrnajrfegsjperflnsjialr. Wet, 35c.
At ail druxjElsts.
The Faaaaaa T,
W PENN. RYE
i Test Tear old. JI.23. 2
Order by 'phone. X
. TEN"ESEE. fUOQ Bottle.
I TheS.ioomaker Co.
i 1331 B Street W.'-W.
4 eatabllske 1653. Those X. lists
or elaborate display is
to be the keynote, we
arc invariably success
ful in securing effects
that are at once artistic
J. H. Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
Waldorf-Astoria an I
II S3 Broadway.
Wahl&Co., 926 19ihSt.N. W.
W clre Herald SUXx eoateat rotea.
Experiments m France indicate that
mushroom poisoning: can be cured by a
serum prepared In a s'mllar manner to
Mrs. "U'lckersham, wife of the Attor
ney General, entertained at a Deauti
fully appointed luncheon yesterday In
honor of Miss Violet Asqulth, daughter
or tbo Prime Minister of England, who
Is visiting; the British Ambassador and
The additional guests were Mrs. Al
bert Akin, ot New York; Mrs. Hunt
Slater, Miss Miriam Crosby, Miss Kath
erlne Jennings, the Assistant Secretary
of- the Treasury, Mr. Benjamin Cable:
the Solicitor General, Mr. Bullitt: Lord
Eustace Percy, third secretary of the
British Embassy: Mr. Algara, second
secretary of the Mexican Embassy: Mr.
Andrew KalpaschnlkofT, attache of the
Russian Embassy, and Mr. John Phillips
Hill, of BalUmore.
The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs.
Me er havo staying with them Mrs. John
Astor, Mrs. Reginald Brooks, and Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Ellis, at their home In
MaJ. Gen. Charles-B. Hall, U. S. A.,
retired, and the Misses Hall arrived In
'Washington, and have taken an apart
ment at the Brighton for the season.
They spent last winter in San Antonio,
Mr. William II. Robertson, son of the
famous Gen. Beverly Robertson, Is stop
ping at the Parkwood. He has until
recently been American Consul General
to Peru, and has Just received his ap
pointment as American Consul General
at Moscow, Russia.
Miss Margaret MIchle Is the house
guest of Brig Gen. and Mrs. Aleshlrc.
Mrs. Robert Shaw Oliver, wife of the
Assistant Secretary of War, will be at
home tills afternoon and the following
Saturdays In January.
Mrs. Robert McCormlck has Issued in
vltatlons for a dinner on the evening
of February Z.
The Washington Riding and Hunt
Club will enjoy a drag hunt to-day. pro
vided the weather permits. The "meet
will be at the American University at
2 o'clock. CoL Henry T. Allen will act
as master of hounds In the absence of
the regular M. F. H, Mr. Walter R.
Mr. Charles Taft was one of the guests
at a luncheon yesterday given by the
Chirr of Stan and Mrs. Leonard Wood,
at their home at Fort Myer.
Mrs. Ralney, wife of Representative
Henry T. Ralney of Illinois, and Mrs
Pray, wife of Rcpresentatlv e Charles N.
Pray of Montana, presided at the tea
table at the Congressional Club at the
regular Friday afternoon reception yes
Mrs. Roberts, president of the club, re
ceived the numerous guests.
Mrs William L. Bowman rendered sev
eral violin selections, after which Miss
Julia C Lathrop gave a delightful talk
on TTie Children s Bureau."
Among those who assisted In receiving
were Mrs. Reed, of Missouri; Mrs. My
ers, of Montana; Mrs. Pomerene. of
Ohio: Mrs. Morgan, of Oklahoma: Mrs.
Riley, of Connecticut: Mrs. Raker, of
California, and Mrs. James II. Patten.
Mrs. John Ross Martin will be at home
this afternoon and on the following Sat
urdays In January.
A delightful hop took place last night
at the Washington Barracks. given by
the officers of the post. Mrs. Henry
Jewett. wife of Capt. Jewett. U. S. A
and Mrs Atklsson. wife of Lieut. At
klsson. U. J. A., received the guests,
who were the younger dancing conUngent
of Washington society.
A number of Informal dlrners at the
barracks preceded the dance, which was
one of the Jolliest of the season
Mrs Eryce. wife of the British Am
bassador, entertained at a recepUon jes
terday In honor of her house guests.
Lady Aberdeen and Miss Violet Asquith.
Mrs. W. W. Wotherspoon. wife of Gen.
Wotherspoon. U. S. A . will be at home
this afternoon and on following Satur-
dajs In January at her apartment In the
Mrs. Ten Eick Wendell will receive on
Saturday afternoon In February.
Mrs. I. T. Mann was hostess at a
luncheon vesterday and also will enter
tain at a luncheon to-daj. Later In the
evening Bhe will leave Washington for
Charleston. W. Va , where she will Join
Mr. and Mrs Jackson Tinker received
informally on New Year's night at the
Rovalton in celebration of their wooden
Fifty guests extended congratulat'ons
and there were wooden presents or every
description The souvenirs were glided
Mr. J. Walter Humphrey. Mr. Ogden,
and Mr. Taber gave vocal selections, ln
cludlne the "Drinking Song" and the
"King's Highway." Mr. Tred Welracr,
Mr. George Barthelrae, and others pre
sided at the piano, and there was a
joung men's chorus, consisting of Messrs.
Herbert Smith. FrancN Crow. Charles
Willis, Phil Campbell. Robert Douglass.
Vrank Roberts, and Royal Tinker. Mr.
John Kennctly gave recitations Many
onmrmtulatorv messages were received
from New York. Albany, London, and
Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Brown, of Blue
Ridge Springs, va. win epenu soerai
w ccks In Washington. Thcv arc stopping
at the rjancrpii, cisinc-cmu iuu
Mrs. Rochbone Smith will be at home
to-day at 1511 L btrcet rortnwest.
rM n.Arp. T)iiHl. nf 1313 Harvard
Street, will not be at homo Monday
Senator Hoke famlth entertained at
luncheon -'yesterday at the Copltol for
his daughter. Miss Lucie Hoke Smith,
and her house guests, who are Mr. and
Mrs. Ransom, Miss McKenzle, and Mis"
Rawsou. all ot Atlanta. Ga.: Ensign
AusUn Simpson. Lieut. Cunningham, or
Annapolis; Mr. Dargan. of Atlanta, and
Marlon Hoke Smith.
Miss Amaryllis Glllett entertained a
number of guests at luncheon jesterday
In compliment to Mrs. Fisher, wife of
the Secretary of the Interior. Among
her other guests were Miss Flora Wil
son, Miss Helen Cannon, Mrs. Claudo A.
Swanson, Mrs. George H, Sternberg;
Mrs. J. William Ilenrv. Mrs. Charles
Spalding. Mrs. Samuel Hill, Mrs. Glllett
HIU. and Mrs. James B. Aleshlrc.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont have re
turned from Albkny. N. Y., where the
latter received with Mrs. Sulzer at tho
recepUon following the Inauguration
ceremonies of Gov. Sulzer.
Senator 'and Mrs. Hoke Smith enter
tained at an Informal dance last night
in compliment to their house guests.
Bishop and Mrs. Earl Cranston will
be at home this afternoon from 4 until
o'clock, and on succeeding Saturdays
In January at their apartment at the
Mlaa Ruth Felton. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, Samuel M. Felton. of 13SS Dear
born Avenue. Chicago, was married to
Dr. William M. F. Sowers, of Washing
ton. D. C. Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the home of her parents. Miss
Mabel Dick was maid of honor and Lieut.
Col. 8. L. Falson, brother-in-law of the
bridegroom, served as best man.
Mrs. Dubois entertained at a luncheon
jesterday In honor of Miss Esther Perky,
daughter of Senator and Mrs. Perky.
The decorations were of red roses and
Those invited to mettwher were Miss
Ayres, Miss Blrney, Miss Claxton, Miss
Lillian Blrney, the Misses Lenroot, Miss
Rudder. Miss Vlgna. Miss Hill. Miss
Dennett. Miss Shuey, and Miss Hambly.
Miss McCalllster, of Tracy, Minn., has
been the guest during the holidays of
Mrs. Dubois -at the Cairo.
Mme. Calvo and the Misses Calvo win
be at home Saturdays in January.
Mrs. O. H. Tlttman wW receive Satur-
da g during the season.
Mrs. A. G. Clspham will not receive
to-day, but will be at home the following
Saturdays of the month.
Mrs. GUIett Hill, of R Street, will re
ceive Saturdays during the season.
Mrs. George A. Armes, chairman of the
Southern League Wilson and Marshall
Organization, gave a delightful tea at
her residence, 260 Woodley Road, yes
terday from 4 to 6 o'clock for the mem
ber of the organization to meet Mrs.
Henry D. Clayton, wife of Representa
tive Clayton of Alabama, who gave a
short talk on the "Victory Luncheon."
which was given to Mrs. Wilson and her
daughter upon their return from Ber
muda, by the Women's Democratic Club
of New York. Mrs. Clayton represented
the women of the District of Columbia
at the luncheon.
Mrs. Armes was assisted by Mrs. Louis
P. Shoemaker. Mrs. Ray E. Brown. Mrs.
John Pooie. Mrs. E. Yonge Trego. Mrs.
lJdward J. Lockwood. Mrs. Etta Patter
son GrlCtn. Mrs. Herbert Dent. Mrs.
Richmond P. Hobson, and Mrs. Leonard
Mrs. jAtn Tr ni Tarn. In ! nl.ht ,.
tfrtAlnpH at a atmvut.. rt .. .1... X- ...
Wlllard In honor of Mr. and Mrs. James
iv. iiackett. Besides Mr. Hackett, who
is appearing at tno Columbia Theater In
"A Ornfn .nf TV(,t a.. "ra ir....i.
tho guests were Senator-elect Jamea and
jirs. james, 01 jventucicy; Interstate
Commerce Commissioner McCbord and
Mrs. McChord. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Lewis, of Kentucky; Senator Gore and
Mrs. Gore, of Oklahoma: Mrs. Henry V.
Clayton, wife of the Representative from
Alabama? Mi- J(M Tf.rp rf .Ha Dyn
amo. T.e:ratlnn. nnH Mtna Tnmnn T .rM m.
Lieut. Manly, of the navy; Weldon Bailey!
ijicuu v.uiueri3on, 01 ine navy; trameron
Kay. Challen Ellis. Miss AUeen Gorgas.
MfK KnlltA TVUHamv riaa XTsmmw Vl...-
son. Miss Margaret McChord. Miss Nan
nie itanaoipn iietn, and Mrs. Daisy Fltz-
tertalned Senator-elect and Mrs. James.
Judge and Mrs. McChord. and Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis at a box party at the Columbia.
The Colombian Minister. S-nni- n-tn
court, la 111 at his apartment In the Portland.
A wedding recepUon. termlnatlnir a ro
mance Joining the Orient and the Occi
dent, was held at the Parker lat night
when Mr. James Irnrln Campbell enter
tained in bonor of nls son. Harry Hamil
ton Campbell, who was married during
the Christmas holldajs to Miss Eugenie
Booth, of Yokohama, Japan.
The bride was born and reared In the
Flowery Kingdom, but took her college
course In this country, where she was)
ciassirate and chum of Miss Edith
Campbell, and it was during a visit to
her friend that she met her future hur-i
band. Last night she wore her weddlnt;!
robe, a wonder in exquisite Japanese em-
broidery on filet gauze, draped In seat
foam cascades over cllmring Oriental'
crepe. A pearl and diamond corsage or-
nament and a string of Ceylon pearls i
added to Its beauty. I
Her father. Rev. E S. Booth, estab
lished the famous Ferris Seminary for1
Japanese girls In loKohama, and Is 'at
present Its president.
EAGLES' OFFICERS s
: ARE INSTALLED
David Wolf and Often Elected ud
, Formally Indsrte'd lato
The yearly Installation of ofdeers of
Washington Aerie, No. 13, Fraternal Or
der of Eagles, took place last night at
their home, corner of Sixth and E
Streets. The following officers were In
ducted Into office: David Wolf, worthy
president: William E. Cowen, worthy
rice president; William E. Evans,
worthy chaplain; J. Donald Britt,
worthy secretary; Rossa Downing,
worthy treasurer: II. Hlrshcowltz, In
side' sentinel: William Branson, outside
sentinel: Ward Savage, worthy trustee. I
After the installation a banquet was!
served, attended by several hundred!
Worthy President David Wolf outlined
his policies that he intends to Introduce
in tne aerie fiurlne the coming year.
which was received with great aDnlause.
The oilier officers mentioned above were
also called upon, and expressed their
sentiments. JamesFceney, past worthy
president, was the toastmaster. Te Ju
nior wormy president gave an lnstrucuve
taiK. promising to assist the new admin
istration In every possible manner.
To Core neaaacae
You must first remove the cause. Most
headaches are caused by a disordered
stomach. HofTs Lemon Seldlltz will put
your stomach In the pink of condition
and cure your headache in a. tew mln-uus.
For All Social
YOU can invariably
depend upon us
thing different" for
Our floral work is
noted for tasteful orig
inality. Glad to fur
nish estimates for your
Roses Orchids Violets
Phone M. 3707 or X. 3708.
Cor. 14th and H.
SHOREHAM OPENS TO-DAY.,
Reception to Central Pnbllc Will
Be Held In Afternoon.
Old In name only, the ShoreUam Hotel.
which has been entirely remodeled and
refurnished, w III be opened to the public I
this afternoon at 4 o'clock. A large
force of workmen were busy until a late
hour last night putting on the finishing
touches to the handsome decorations of
the Interior. Every convenience found
In tho most up-to-date hostelry has been
.J reception to the general public will
be held from 4 until 6 o'clock this after
noon. Tea will be served and music
furnished by a section of the Marine
The task of completely rebuilding and
refurnishing the bboreham on schedule
time has been a gigantic one. Waddy B.
Wood, the architect, and W. II. Barse.
the manager, have given every detail
their personal supervision, and It Is
largely through their efforts that the
project has been so successfully carried
At Fountains St Elsewhere
The Original and Genuine
The Food-drink for All Ages.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it,
A quick lunch prepared in a minate.
Take no imitation. Jrutsay'HORLICK'S."
Nat in Any McBk Trust
Eterrtfclnc tl) brat at Iras tbn tb usual srlce
Prompt, courteous terries.
Edward F. Davis,
HORNING. 9th and D
bHKAin, Machine Man
Will repclr your sewing macntna
properly, no matter what make.
Bend postal, er phona M-S23S.
Corner 3d snrj H Streets N, W.
vt otn tmm to ru ama od cwtsa.
8300 l-lb. loaves to the barrel.
Just a Little
and CREAM BLEND
FLOUR will insure bet
ter results than extensive
knowledge and some in
CIt's well to remember
this, and always insist on
AT Y0UE GEOCEE'S.
B. B. Earnshaw & Bro.
WholMnlers wa. . no th St. as.
in Our China Dept
OTJTt semi-annual readjust
ment of the stock in our
China Department baa re
vealed a large number of
odd lots and soparte pieces of
richly decorated china of the
finer grades. We dispose of these
regardless of actual values, the
prices as now marked rangtns;
Prom lA to Vi of
the Original Prices.
Included are Bowls. Plate.
Chocolate Pitchers. Coffee Seta,
Tea Sets. Ramekins, Salad Sts,
Oyster Plates, Cups and filacers,
vChoo Dishes, &c Also
THB REMAINING STOCK OF
ONE PATTERN OF GOUM5ECO
RATED CATJLDON OPEN STOCK
CI1INA AT U TO H OFF.
Dulin & Martin Go.
Pottery, Porcelain, Cfclaw, Glass,
1215 F St. asd 1214-18 G St
AfX THIS VV EEK-Two Perfansinen Diltr-Voo
TUzert fipecucnlu Mesial Canedr, with a ait ot
15. lorhxhna 10 Show Glrk, critat -HONEY
CIIfLS." Bipplemmtrt br PATKXCE t CO . hi
"A MTW SEAira DREAM." and ni other Uz
hnt Snmtay ?.iht-POLrs ELITE CO-JCHtX.
NATIONAL?!..? 8 "",
Matlnc To-day 2 p. m.
l'rescnts the Jojom YuJeUda FU17 Kr.,
A Good JJt tie Devil
SEAT SALE OPEfS TO-DAT.
Joint Recital by
MME. CLARA MR. KEXSTERLT
The World's The Distinguished
Greatest Contralto. Entillaa Barytone.
Tickets. JI.50. J2. J1.50. II. TEe at T.
Arthur Smith's Agency, 1517 F. St, in
Sanders & Stayman'a. y r
Boston Symphony Orchestra
NiUoul Theater, Tiuadir. Jaisutr T-tSOl
Seats ca tale at Dro?'a, 13th aad G Eta.
I Daily Matx. 3 Coma. Ktm.. a. . i J3e
MISS TEMPEST AMI TEH
I "TUB CNCEALAD BED " bj the AWlwr
M&tthewi Shirne Mick A Willed
hccset en the fails' Khiemacolor. ire
Nit WMntLufeT'si lntin-nattfrJ Mmu-al
(CocoeiST. -THE EARL & THE GIRLS
PuiiH Fpohmta'i 1nt aur2eril Produc
tion. rfIetctlT Kern." Ac
1514 7th St. N.W.
If it's anythlrfc In the line of gloves
buy them here. To go down In the
high rrnt district la merely to give the
landlords the extra high price. Kids,
Velours, Astrakhan. Chamois, Ilorse
hlde. Mulchld". Cowhide. Dogskin. "We
have them all.
Eranch Store for Hats and Tailoring,
Ktt G tercet.
The most stubborn
cold yields quickly
to an application of
25c a jar at the
Cartons good for S3 Totes.
G AYET Y
Two lVrformaocri Dally bj
THE GAY MASQUE! ,.n.
In -TUB THKKE WIDOWS." Wit 4.
Caat. HeaiW hy Ot.0 II BCANU)
ADAMS. With COUMTUS HE
trt Wk-"THE BOWERT BUR
latat at 81IS
aura, nnd Sat.
ALM) iATBA JJATlNEENEWYEJlfSDAr
James K. Hackett
And His Rotable SirrportiTtf Gaspttij to
THE GRAIN OF DUST
next week Seals Row 3eHiig
sonof Eucene Ysaye)
Soprano and TiollnUt. Tfekfta,
on salo at
Courar Ticket now $4, 83, 93.
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