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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. 1913.
days of this month. Her daughter, MrsT
Woodward & Lothrop
New York WASHINGTON Paris.
A Special Introductory Showing of
High-class Wash Fabrics
Of the Latest Foreign and American Conception.
Our vcr ctcnsic Cotton Dress Fabric Department is now prepared with a
most comprehensive exhibit of the new jeac, colorings and designs, including
Mercerized Ben g aline,
Fancy Ratine Yoile,
The intercut which attaches to this exhibit i- full justified, there being a broad
aneU of novelt effects, all of which are assured highest faor during the coming
season, which promises to accord dominanc to rough weaes of recent development
Also special display of New 1913 Bordered Dress Patterns,
in very effective weaves, whose beauty and newness have never
been surpassed, including such attractive designs as Crepe Bor
ders, Ratine Borders, Eponge Borders, and Silk-embroidered
Special January Reductions
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Eipey Cele
brate Fiftieth Return of
Furniture and Furnishings
There is alwa- a dull season in cer business
During such times ordman furniture factories hy off
their workmen, trusting that thi tan engage more
when things get busy again
Cut CraftMiian workmen arc not ordmar furniture
makers The bring more to their work than the mere
knowledge of tools and the strength to use them
Craftsman workmen arc carefulK selected for their
-Kill and for the fact that the put their hearts and
heads, as well as their hand- into their work
The hae been educated up to our ideas of carnot
and thorough workmanship
We keep our -hop- bu- during the dull season- b
making -uch reduction- as thece
Craft-man Furniture and Cratt-man Willow Furni
ture each a perfect example of our workmanship at
10 to 25 ptr cent oft regular prices
Rug-- and Curtain- at -pccial reductions of from 10
to 25 per cent
Electric Table Lamps, our entire stock, at from 2)
t 50 pet cent off regular prices
Craftsman Stores at
1512 H St, N. W., Washington
29 West 34th St, New York
468 Boyhton St, Boston
Jn ulebratlon of the soldi n annler-
sir) of their wcddlnc Mr nml Mr
lleiirx CI i Fs.pe) received their friends
last niKht from S until 11 o cUx k. in Ihtlr
h'mv at 13i Irvine street Northwest.
Mr ind Mrs Espe) were assisted lo
recelwnjr b their six children and espe
cial inter, st u added to the wrision
h the presence In the receHInc line of
Mr- H Hurch alio attended Mr
Ese as hrldf smaid flftj rirs aso All
the erandchlldren of Mr and Mrs
Kspc fourteen in numler were pre-cnt
Both Mr and Mr- Fppc were horn in,
Washington, and have mide this cit
their home durlnjr the entire flftj eari.
of their wedded life Mr Kspe) was born
In W'a-hlnnton F.ntj xcars aso Dur-n-
the civil war h rveil a hrief lerm
In th irmi and after litinc mi "tercil
out took up the lionktiindlns. traile in
this clt in which tnde 1 e h ts l, , n en
jriged nor pim He is now connetted
with the hookblndort of the I Ibrary of
Congress Mr I -i j Is a Mason. Iitlnc
1 member of I,fiette Uslge Xo !
f the Mount rnon ilnpttr of Wah
piston Command' rj and of the Mirlnc
He is tl-o nn ultlo mmber of the 0.ld
rllow. md i number of the Book P '"I'ta
binders I nion '
Mr and Mr F"pc were married on
jciiiudo i i i iip nae nnj ten
hlldren h of whom ire IIWiib Mrs
Walter It Hill. Mrs Philln S Halt, ami
Me-srs J hn I! , 1 Imer I-nul- ind r d
ward r.p. U,ut 30 friends called
during th ning and presented their
congratulations to the iouple on the pas.
sage of their ilftieth milestone together
The President and Mrs. Taft were the
guests of honor at a dinner gnen by-
Mrs Henry F. Dlmock Ian night. In-
vlted to meet them and Mrs. Groer
Cleveland, who Is the house guest of
Mrs Dlmock. were the British Ambas
sador and Mrs. Bryce. Mr. Justice and
Mrs Lamar, the Minister of the Nether
lands and Mmo, Loudon, the Danish
Minister. Mr. Brun, Senator Henry Du
Pont. Mrs Richard Townsend. Mr. and
Mrs. George Venderbllt. of New York
Dr. Charles D Walcott. Secretary of the
.Smithsonian Institution, Prof Thomas
Preston. Mr and Mrs Samuel Readlng-
Bcrtion. of New York: Mrs Frederick
ThompsQn, Mrs Dimock Hutchinson,
and Lieut Gen Young, V. S A, retired
After the dinner Mr. Horatio Connell,
I the noted tenor, sang
Commander and Mrs Edward Qual-
trough entertained at a dinner last night
I In honor of their niece. Miss Leila Har-
I rison, a popular debutante of the win-
The other guests were CapL and
Mrs. John Edle. Miss Ogden Jones. Miss
Marj MrCauley, Mls Eudora Closer.
Miss Glad j h Hlnckle). Miss Sophy John
ston, Miss Frances Hoar, Mr John
Washington Daxldgi. Mr Wilkinson. U.
N . Mr. Kdward Hart, Mr. Cotton
mlth. Mr Palmer, Lieut Douglas, 17 S
X . and Mr Franklin Kills
Lieut Col and Mrs Stephen felocam
were hosts at a dinner last night at their
residi nee In Sheridan Circle, In honor of
the Russi in Ambassador and Mme. Ilakh-
meteff Among their guests were the
Xnal Attache of the British Embass)
and Mrs Hcathcoat Grant, the Second
Secretarj of the German Embass) and
Mme. Klenlln, Mrs. Henry C Corbln,
and Mrs Robirt McCormick
Mrs Taft and her sister. Mrs More,
were the guests of honor at a luncheon
esterdaj glcn b Mrs Charles
Mrs McCiimber, wife of Senator Mc-
Cuniber. wMI not be at home to da. but
v til recelte Thursday afternoons Jan
uary 3 and 3". at their residence. ZS)
M issachusetts Aenue
Mrs Champ Clark, wife of the Speaker,
held i delightful reception )cstcrda) aft
ernoon, when she wjs at home for the
hrat time this season She was assisted
In receiving b the ladlts who were In
tiv Congressional party which has Just
returned from tin. Canal Zone
Mrs leer. wire of the Secretar of
the Na was at home esterda after
noon, and was assisted In receiving by
Mrs I.elc'i Palmer. Mr" Chandler Hale.
Mrs Walcott Tui kernian Mrs Krnest
V Roberts, Mrs James Curtis and Mrs
oplej Thaw gave an Informal
"ime last night at her nt-ldinoe. In K
street Hi r guests, who numbered ibout
eight were memtiers of the Diplomatic
Corps and the debutantrs and oung
married people of Washington s residen
tial cl-cles A buffet supper was served
Grace Helen Vane, Miss Barbara Ste
phens, and Miss Howard
White roses and Southern smllax will
be effectively used In the drawing-room
as a setting for the receiving party, and
an orchestra will play throughout the
A supper and dance will follow for the
receiving part, and a number of addi
tional guests will join them
Mme. Domiclo da Gama, wife of the
Brazilian Ambassador to the United
States, who underwent an operation In
a private hospital In New lork a week
ago. had recovered sufficiently Tuesday
to be removed to her apartment at the
Plaza Hotel Her condition Is most fa-
Upon her -complete recover Mme da
Gama win leave for Europe, accompanied
hy Mr and Mrs Morris R Volck. her
son and daughter-In-liw The Brazilian
Ambassador, who- was In New York to
be with his wife, has returned to Jhe
The Woman s National Wilson and
Marshall Organization has Issued invita
tions for a reception, to be given to
morrow evening In the red rooms of the
New W lllard Hotel. In honor of the new
1 elected officers of the Woman's Na
tional Democratic Club The are Mrs
Stevens B. A res. of Hew York, presi
dent, Mrs. W illlam A Cullop. of Indiana,
lce president. Mrs Edward T Taylor,
of Colorado, second vice president. Mrs
Duncan lT Fletcher, of Florida, third
vice president, Mrs John K Raker, of
California, recording secretary. Miss
Jostphlne McMahon. of New York, cor
responding secretary. Mrs. Grace P Hop
kins local field fcecrctary. Mrs M P.
Adams, local treasurer. Mrs William F
Dennis, local historian, and Mrs Charles
Mrs George A Armes. chairman of
the Southern League Wilson and Mar
shall Club will head the receiving line,
and will be assisted b tho reception
committee of her club, who are Mrs
Lbckwood. Mrs Usher. Mrs Lewis Shoe
maker. Miss Hughes Mrs Leonard G
Hoffman, and Mrs. Ftha P. Griffin
The bridge part given for the benefit
of the Southern Industrial Educational
Association last Frlda at the Raleigh
Hotel proved -i great success The com
mittee ir charge has expressed Its thanks
to the managiment of the hotel for the
donation of the ballroom for the occasion
ind for the service which helped to make
the party successful
Miss Elizabeth Walton Troutman.
daughter of Mr and Mrs Lyman IL
Troutman. and Mr William August Lep
!y were married xsterda morning at
t Patr'ck's Church On! the members
of the families of the bride and bride
groom were present
Mr -ind Mrs. Henr Hull celebrated the
twent-flfth anniversary of their wed
ding en Januar 11 it their residence
117 C Street Northwest The rooms were
heiutlfully decorated with Southern iml
lifx. rofes. palms and ferns.
Mrs Hull received her many guests in
a handsome gown of silver gr-i char-1 This
metise and sue ctrried a loveiv nouqtiei
of orchids and lilies of the ville She Who
was aslsed in receiving by her daugh
ters. Mrs John F Deeds and the Misses
Marv, IxM-ttto, and Kathleen Hull Mrs
Ieeds wore a handsome eestume ot pale
pink charmeuse draped with pink chif
fon Miss Marv Hull wore a tieeoming
gown of white ch-irmeuse trimmed with
forget-me-nots. Miss l.oretto Hull wis
lresed In a loveiv costume
vellow messaline and Miss
Mrs. Judson a Clements and Miss
Dulaney will receive this afternoon.
Miss Clements will not be at home.
Mrs. George Vaughan will be at home
One of the most delightful teas of the
season took place yesterday afternoon at
the club of the Colonial Dames, when
Mrs. Howard, wife of Dr. Leland O.
Howard, presented their daughter. Miss
Lucy Thurber Howard, to Washington
society. The rooms were abloom with
the many beautiful bouquets sent to the
charming debutante, and palms. Ki Har
ney roses, and sweet peas were used In
profusion to decorate every nook and
Mrs Howard wore a handsome costume
of rose pink satin trimmed with crystal.
and the pretty debutante was dressed ill i
a lovely gown of white chiffon and char
meuse She caved a bouquet of lilies
of the valley and orchids
Among the guests were many scientists
of distinction, members of the Judiciary
the Cabinet, and residential soclet
Mrs. Howard svas assisted In receiving
by Mrs John D Patten, Miss Thurber.
of New York. Miss Hamilton, of New
York: Mrs John Wilson. Miss Katherlne
Clifton, Miss Ldla Bush-Brown. Miss
Klolse Onne. MIs Frances ' Lewis, of '
Buffalo. N Y, and Mrs Myron Wnltne !
Mme. de Rlano. Mrs. Ernest W. Rob- I
crts and Mme All Kull Khan presided 1
at the prettll decorated tea table I T
Mrs Henry Uod Aspinwall will not
be at home tomorrow afternoon at the
Woodley on account of serious illness In
Mr and Mrs John D Patten and Miss
Patten have given up their apartment In
the Ontario, and have t.iken possession
of their residence on the corner of n,n.
croft Place and TwentJ -third Street
which the have" recently built.
CALIFORNIANS TO DINE.
tlate nrlRlon Maklnir m-i...-.-
flons for nanfitief.
Under the auspices of the California
State Association, an Illustrated lecture
will lie given b Frank II Poston on
The New California at the Public Ll
brar Jinuan 17. at 7 JO p m The third
"exposition banquet" of the association
and the annual celebration of the treaty
of Guadeloupe Hlldalgo will be held at
the Continental Hotel February S Rep
resentative John E. Raker, of California,
will act as toastmaster nother stere
optlcon lecture will bo held under the
auspicea of the association at tho Public
IJhrary Februar n On this occasion
Joseph I Keefer will talk on "George
Washington and His Times
Mlmitlc Iteflnliic Company.
J K Rice. Jr.. J.Co 3 Wall Street.
New ork have Issued for distribution
a special circular on the AtlanUc Refin
ing Cornrstn brtlPy reviewing the hts
tor of this Standard Oil subsidiary and
showing its large earning capaeit
'ol and Mrs John R Williams were
hosts nt a dtnmr last night In honor of
Mis Helm Tart
Mrs I" Hope Slater gave a dinner last
night In honor of the secretar of the
Trea-ur ami Mrs MacYeagh
Mr and Mrs Pcrr Belmont enter
tained nt a dinner lnt night at their
residence, in New Hampshire Avenue, In
Honor of Mrs llcnjimin (.innnrss ot
New ork who Is vl-ttinc them I
. Hull wore a dalntv white lingerie dress
Mrs Ii tuainin Mlcou dauglit r of Col ' Mls Bovlan and Mr Charles Murph.
Hilar H.rbcrt cave a luncheon for I or Baltimore and Mr and Mrs Flovd I
Mrs Grov.r ( lev eland esteida Covers Hutchlns of Alljinv N Y. were Mrs j
wen laid for fourteen, and the center- Hull s house guests for the occasion and
Pin. lor the round table was formed of assisted In receiving Miss Leonard and
l-liiv llllllllgton ros,s ctigea with MO- I m,- i:,,rln nl-. of Mrs Hull ilso
large cor-age liouquet of assisted In receiving
"Isn't Her Com
Is What They Say of Those
Use Stuart's Calcium Wa
fers Pimples and All Other
Skm Eruptions Disappear in
Remarkably Quick Time.
You can use all the lotions and creams
in me worm nut ou wont have &
wis good complexion unless vour blood Is
pale free from the impurities which cause
thleen pimples blotihes liver spots, black-
Of Superior Quality j
t TjERE jou are assured
F T f of not only getting the
best, but also the. new-
P est devices for modem cook- X
ing and housekeeping. No
inferior quality articles are to
! be found in our spacious
ground floor housefurnishing
r Profit by our ears of ex-
V pcrience in selecting articles
h of known qualitj. Their
t durability and satisfactory X
service are worthy of con-id-
Complete Laundr) and X
Kitchen Equipments, House- X
cleaning Requisites. Bath-
room Fixtures, Refrigerators,
!Du!in& Martin Co.
j. Pottery, Porcelain, Chios, Glass.
s Silver, Ac.
1215 F St and 1214-18 G St X
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BELASCO To-night at tta.rp.
UkbMtJVW MT. ST. ITl
WILLIAM FAVERS HAM'S
Spectacular Production of Shakespeare s
With an AM. STn CT. Including;
MISS JXLIK OFF,
Company of SuO.
HEXT MOHDAY MAT. AND NIGHT
Jl.tlnee. 5c to JLM Nllrtt 3)c to T-W
THES. EVL S?DSJ MATS. .e.t.
TUB WOltUra GnBTEoT I.El Nrrri)
Primrose & Dockstader
rieolne 2c to SI 90 s.,u n, j at v . .
ead and boils
Miss Rises and Miss Jane Rlfcgs were
ho'ts at a delightful tea In honor of Mrs
Cleveland and Miss 1-sther Cleveland
vesterdi Min memlxra of Washlng-ti-n
s exclusive residential bet were pres
fiil to give a warm greeting to Mrs
LOSE APPETITE FOR OYSTERS.
Pennsylvania Avenue Sixth Street
Of all places to dine you'll find
The most enjoyable.
The room itself offers the mot delight
ful environment while the
Special Table d'Hote Menu
at S1.00 Per Plate
Is a card of wonderful arit and culinar
Jiroughout the evening from C to midnight a splendid instrumental
and f)cal programme is provided
J. D. KYNSTON. Manager.
The gentle ov-ter. so timid hw time
ago about venturing Into the Washing
ton market, seems to have overcome it
shvness and is advancing In hordes. ml
Just when this ir happening tho Wash
ington appetite for the succulent bivalve
has taken a decided and inexplicable
slump Not s0 long ago ojsters were
bringing 90 cents a bushel In the shell
ind about M per cent more when shilled
cents a bushel Is all that can be gotten
now for the unshelled ones, with a cor
responding reduction In the case of thi
The captains of oyster craft don t un
dcrstand the situation The don t h
licve It cm list for long and are willing
to gamble on the variable Wishlngton
appetite turning ojsterward again
PUPILS TO HEAR ACTOR.
WASHINGTON BUTTON CO.
' Phone Main 10J1.
912 New York Ave. N. W.
It It's a Button. We. Have IL-
We tts-e Tea la The Herald
TASTE SO GOOD
-Chocolates and Bonbons
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
We sire Herald tS&OOO easiest rotes.
526 H Street N. E.
Washlng'en's latest and most up-to-date
Sample Shoe Store has re
cently qpensd with the most com
plete stock of sample shoss ever oa
the market. Twill pay you to cs.lL
e ctve II-rald 25,900 contest Totes.
513 12th St. N. W.
Kt Git. Yotta Ib -n DruMi J3 0CS Coe).
Frnnk Keennn to Lecture nt 1 est
cm HIrIi School To-ilny.
TranK Keenan of the compan o
William Favershatn, now playing "JuliU'
Caesar' at the bclasco Theater, will lec
ture to the pupils of the Western High
fcchool this afternoon at 1 15 o clock on
the subject of Shakespeare
Mr. Keenan will talk to the school at
the Invitation, of Miss ndlth Westcolf.
principal The lecture was plinned as
a practical bit of instruction In line with
the course of studs on Shakespeare now
in use In the school
.Mb) Emma Cbitrr md Mis II u lUth.wn
La ccmplrtej forty years of aerrlee in Natlck
Mass.. aa ftchonl teachers
are the first choice of those
who know, and the final choice
of thoc who investigate and
PERCY S. FOSTER
1330 G Street
Exclusive Washington and Balti
HAnoi.D II ttlElt writes "Mason
&. Hamlin pianos are the most su-
Mrt, Poinercne, wife of fcenator Pom-
erene of Ohio will be nt home this aft
ernoon at the Highlands and will have
the ladles of the Ohio delegation assist
ing her in receiving
Mrs Katherlne Glllett Hill and Miss
Gillett Hill entertained at a tea jester
dav afternoon from 4 until 7 o clock at
their residence In R Stre t In compliment
to Mrs John Miller Horton. who arrived
in Washington earlv vesterdas after
roon from Buffalo X V
The house, which Is one of tho most
artistic In Washington was beauti
fullv d-coratod for tht occasion with
palms ferns and quintitks of pink
Jil inese lilies, one interesting feature
f the decorations being an extremeb
tall Japanese vase filled with the pink
Mrs Glllett HIM received her guests
in a gown of purple chiffon over satin
embroidered in silver
The tea tilil. whicli was presided over
Iv Mrs. bpenct r Wood and Mrs I.e Rov
Tuttlc w is adorned with low Jipanese
bowls filled with pink lllKs. Others who
assisted were Mrs Walter McLean. Mrs
Charles Price Miss Amarjllls Glllett.
Mrs M U Tucker. Miss Kathrjn Hitch
cock. Miss Ruth Hitchcock. Miss Dorothy
Ilrooks, Ml-s Esther Footc. Miss Julia
Vail and Miss Frances Ktflnger
Mrs Trank S Hlght will be at home
to-dav and the remaining Thursdays in
Mrs Fred Dubois will be at home this
afternoon from t to 6 Informally at the
Cairo and will be assisted by Mrs Perk.
wife of benator Tcrk of Idaho, after 3
Mr ind Miss Marshall, of Bancroft
Place, will be at home to-da.
Mrs I.isner will be at home to-day and
Thursday; Januar) U.
Mr i B Snonnstcad will bo at home
tOdij and the first and third Thursdays
Mrs. Bristow will not receive to-da.
but will be at home on Januan 25 when
she will have with her Mrs Henri J
Allen, of" W Ichlta, Kans
Mrs A A FrTcs. wife of MaJ Fries.
. b A , will not receive to daj. but "111
be at home the following Thursdaj.
Mrs. Martine, wife of Senator James
, Mnrtine of New Jersej. will receive
this afternoon at the Ceil!, when she will
have with her Mrs A A. Fries
Mrs J S lntl will receive informallj
nt the Raleigh, from 3 to r o'clock this
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Van Swenngen
will give a large reteptlon tills afternoon
Jrom 4 until 7 o clock In honor of Miss
Jeannette A res, of New York, at their
residence, 1134 Twenty-second Street
Northwest The handsome rooms will bo
attractive!) decorated for the occasion
Mrs. Van hwerlngen will be assisted
I Mrs William Blddlc. Mrs A) res. Mrs.
W lllard Warner. Mrs Krhard von Knob
lock, and Mrs. Denmead, of New York;
Mrs. Bonney. of New York: Mme. Pay
nado: Miss SalUe Williams. Miss Lucy
Hoke Smith. Miss Dorothl ShuelV Miss
Among the guests were Mr and Mr.
E. I- Sehafer. Pr and Mrs l'alro. Mr
and Mm J Dicker, Mr and Mrs
Schllck. Mr and Mrs Jochum Mr and
Mrs If McGowan Mr ind Mrs Fen
ton. Air and Mrs Pkeen Mr and Mrs
Rlrckhead Mr and Mrs Jimes Rich
ardson, Mrs Hugh Relllv 'Ir- Ellen
WaNh. Mr and Mrs E. J Walsh, the
Misses Collins Miss llu.) Miss Her
lihy. Miss Leonard. Mrs Guerin Mr and
Mrs Mcullffe Mr and Mrs Mill-. Mr
ind Mrs Belt Rev Father John F
Kelt). Mr and Mrs Edward Deeds Mr
and Mrs Keefe Mr and Mrs Louis
Hartig Mr and Mrs Bagman, Mr
and Airs Sherwood Mr and Mrs
Kerens Miss Bercns Mr and Mrs Gelr,
Mrs Johnson Mr and Mrs Wvne. Mr
and Mrs Forsberg Mr Gans, Mr and
Mrs Heltmin Mr and Mrs Busher. Mr
and Mrs Herrmann the Misses W hu.
and Airs Frederick Brjanr
The presents were both numerous and
handsome, among them being a chest of
silver from the Elks' Club, of which Air
Hull is a popular member a handsome ... -piiese iitti,
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Aeck. and Knee ftrr Islng
tnsrt's Calcium W afrn.
No matter how splotcft) or plmplv
vour face Is now jou tan clear it
qulcklv b) taking Stuart s Calcium
Wafers This Isn t guess-work it Is a
LA sRRIVA MG1IT"
Next Week -e,V.dn,V",
WILUVM FU.IOTT SDd DAVID ItElulM II IV
ent the llovt Talked at 11a. la Amr-
The Governor's Lady
Dims from It. Pcaum . Bim at th. I. a.- -
Thcler Now lotk
NEXT TUESDAY, 4:30
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l OttfT I1-Mr All -r ct
US "THE SYSTEM"
I With Tajlor GrarrUle I-ra. IVnrot ana
Sliver ana goia saiaa service was re- the blood almost like magic Calcium
ceiven trom air tienrj neuogg vv lllaru. puipmuo. tnetr principal Ingredient. Is
of Pasadena. Cal . a beautiful silver! the greatest blood purifier known' to
ladle came from Mrs M J CConner. I solence Stuart's Calcium Wafers have
of Huffilo. N Y a lovely silver cheese no apanicie or poison harmful drugs,
spadH and server from Mr Harry
Jo)ce, of New York, n handsome silver
spoon from Mrs J W Courtnage. of
HaRersvlIIe. Ontirlo and a lovel) sliver
fork from Mrs. AI Hull, of Hagersville.
Ontario, a handsome silver candlestick
from Mrs Benjamin F Shlvel), of
South Bend Ind . and many others.
A buffet supper ws served later in
th evening, and an orchestra played
during yie reception
Mrs. W". A Coleman, who has recent
1) returned from England, where she
has resided for many jcars. Is directing
the presentation of the "Morris" dances
at the entertainment to be given by the
Dixie Chapter. U D C , at the Play
house on Saturdav evening
Mrs Henr) L. Atyers and Mrs James
A. Reed will receive informally this
afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Reed.
1936 Blltmore Street.
Mrs. Enoch Totten and Miss Totten
will be at home this afternoon, and the
remaining Thursdaj s In Januar), at
their residence In I Street
Mrs George A King will b at home
this afternoon and the remaining Thurs-
SOCIAL occasions of im
portance are usually
Famous for distinctive deco
rations for more than fifty
" Lilacs, Sneet Peas, Violets
J. H. Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
11 S3 Broadwav.
or opiates In them The) ma) be taken
wiiu perieci ireeaom by in one
There s no sense In being- longer
humiliated li hiving to appear In pub
lic with a plmple-iovered, blotched face
a face that makes strangers stare
and )our friends ashamed Stuart's
Calcium AA'afers w 111 drive all blem
ishes aw a) and make jour face a wel
come Instead of an unwelcome sight.
You'll no longer be a slave to pimples,
acne, blackheads, liver spots, bolls,
eczema, tetter, or any skin eruption.
You can get Stuart's Calcium Wafers
from any druggist at 30 cents a box.
They are sold everywhere and highly
recommended as the greatest known
blood remedy and skin beautlfier
Tfc treat Impersonator I fUr I rrt Kcuer
sTJrida smallest cisKtuan apj iHe other Ms as
MtUDI l.ltvs l M,MH!ATm
I Illli UTS TO
And 4 mo feet of spenal motion xct -e nim
nU l-OMEKT glNDVA I OMJJtT
If )Our clothes are worn out of
shape, or soiled, we'll fix them up
to look like new. Expert cleaning;
repairing and 'pressing.
W. H. FISHER
TOO 9th St. nrr.
Phone M-11SS and AAe Wilt Call.
We Git. Yotei In The Herald S3 CDS Contest.
Tonight at S t".
Thum. and Sat.
In Ilia bmashlnjr Ma air al 9urea
"OVER THE RIVER"
Two rfrfoonincB Daily br
COHDON &. JsORTHb M.W EST SUCCESS.
"The World of Pleasure"
, Columtla Th.al er
Fri.. Jan. 17, 4:30
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