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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY. JANUARY 18. 1913.
Woodward & Lothrop.
New York WASHINGTON Paris
Women's Japanese Silk Vests.
' Special Value, $1.25 Each.
T5ESE Vests were ordered to arrive previous to Christmas,
but have only recently come to hand. The importer has
made us a liberal allowance for the late deliver-, resulting in
our marking them nearly one-third less than regular price. Colors
are plain white, plain black, black-and-white, and black-and-lavender.
They are entirely hand-made and padded with pure
white light-weight cotton. This sale enables you to secure our
regular $1.75 Vests at the
Third floor J St.
"Armorside" Welded Sheets
Are a Household Favorite
This Sheet Demonstrates to the Best Advantage the
Value of the Welded Center and Its Durability.
FOR lasting and satisfactory service there is no cotton sheet
so moderately priced that can compare with the "Armor
side" Welded. It has been developed especially to resist
wear at every point, and as the center usually shows wear first,
this sheet has been firmly reinforced with two bands of extra
warp or selvage threads welded together in the center. For com
fort, sightly appearance, and service it is all that any one could
desire it is objectionable in no respect, but admirable in many.
An Exceptional Value 50c
SPECIAL JANUARY PRICES ON ENGLISH
S1.35, S1.65 and $2.00 bolt
of 12 arils and :5U-inch width. The saving to be effected at
these new prices is of sufficient importance to coiuey reasons
for purchasing now.
Seepnd flocr LleYrntb St.
Specials in Pure Foods.
INTERESTING values are now being offered in Pure Foods.
During the past month this department has been enlarged,
enabling us to ene our patrons to better advantage and
with more conside-ation and comfort than ever before.
La SeWllnm Mammoth Queen Ol
ie of especially fine flavor.
Special Price, 21c Bottle;
Caroline Brand Extra Sifted Peas,
usuall selling at a much higher
Special Price, 15c Can;
Brookdale Brand Ungraded Cali
fornia Grren AsparaRUF. this is
well known, and needs no Introduc
tion. 20c Can; S2.25 Dozen.
Other Especially Interesting Items Are:
Gold Medal riour, has. 4Sc to iTetle Teas. lb,. BOe, 70c and S1.0O
91.TH: bhl . . . &LZ0 1 , , ,
Colonial Flour haK. 43- to 1.6St Colonial Tea, lb soe
Hhl, ... m .. " ' Granulated Sugar li-lb sack..L3S
C.Ionial Coffee, lb 4c Co,onla, StuSed Ollces.
Tourist Coffee 11 ... 40r ...
Our special blend Coffee. ll.. . ? b"' ' - , , - 10 to 25c
Colonial Jams assorted flavors. Colonial Plain OHies.
jar . .. 2-"c I bottle . ...loctoSSe
Our large assortments of firt rpalit Fresh Fruits should be
inspected b even one desiring tht bet the aricties arc un-
usualh great. Moderate in price
lMUi flmr New Kin din..
TAe JVezv Eijbiii
Fourteenth and F Streets.
Treat yourself to-morrow to the enjoyment
of one of our famous Sunday evening
Table d'Hote Dinners
served from .30 to S in the hand'ome Crystal
$1.25 per plate with wine.
rt's everything that a carefully arranged,
propcrlj prepared, and faultlcssK served menu
can make it.
Tables reserved for parties of any number.
G. F. SCHUTT, Proprietor.
2315-2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia a.
Wholesale and Retail
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
We civ. Herald 823.00O contest votes.
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Perm. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL BLDO.
We irlre Herald -VOOO contest Totes.
LARK1N The Sewlnn
S4rtrxil?f Machine Man
Will repair your sewing maeblms
properly, no matter what males.
Fend postal, or phone M-::t3.
Corner 3d and H Streets N. W.
Ms Oil. Vein U Tht Haiti's taP) Cwtaaj,
A large quantity of Fine Irish Po
tatoes, crow n on our own farm.
Good table size, selected quality.
Special Price, 20c Peck;
7c Pound. Regular Price, 10c.
Falmouth Brand Genuine Maine
Suprar Corn We offer this brand,
which has always nroen satisfac
tory for a short time at the
Special Price, 3 Cans for 25c;
&8"300 1-Ib. loaves to the barrel.
IF YOU'RE A
You can't afford to offset
your skill by using inferior
IF YOU'RE A
It will naturally be to
your advantage to have the
Consequently, you should
always insist on having
AT Y0UE GROCER'S.
ij lor rtnoiiu MpirflnnUlr. Prici, 35c
.At aU. drucslsts
President Tatt left Washington ye-
Iterday for Philadelphia, where he at
tended the banquet given by the Clover
Club last night.
Mrs. Taft will Join the president in
New York to-day, and they will attend
the dinner which Mr. George Bolt la
giving for Dr. Andrew D. White and
members of the board of trustees of
Mr. and Mrs. William Boardman en
tertained Mrs. Louts T. More, of Cin
cinnati, sister of. Mrs. Taft. informally
at dinner last night at their residence
In Eighteenth Street.
Miss Helen Taft was the guest of honor
at a dinner last night given by Mr. and
Mrs. Walcott Tuckerman.
Representative William Dennlson Ste
phens, of California, was host at a dinner
One of the most delightful receptions
of the midwinter took place yesterday
afternoon when the Congressional Club
opened Its hospitable doors and enter
tained In honor of the Congressional deb
utantes of this season, who are Miss
Helen McCumber. of North Dakota; Miss
Sallle Williams, of Mississippi: Miss
Barbara Stephens, of California; II s
Frances Hoar, of Massachusetts; Miss
Greta Bristow. of Texas; Miss Lucy
Candler, of Mississippi; Miss Evangeline
Prouty and Miss Frances Prouty, of
Iowa, and Miss Claudlne Clements, of
Georgia. The handsome rooms were filled
with Southern smllox. roses, and pink
carnations In honor of the xa'on-
Mrs. Ernest W. Iloberts. president of
the club, received the many distinguished
guests, assisted by the youthful debu
tantes. Mrs. Thomas J. ?"" !
Florida: Miss Janie Slemp, of Virginia.
Miss Elsie Hill, of Connecticut, and Miss
Hajes, of California, presided la tne
Miss Hazel Reborts, of N'VSjda, Miss
Alice Page, of rionoa aijv .... -Daugherty,
of Missouri were at the
punch doi. aim iuc -""-;,-..,
tantes of last year assisted In dlsprislnx
the hospitality, ine, - w. - --
ShacKlerord 01 "" -- ,h
Hoke Smith, of Georaia; Miss Ruth
Tribble. of Georgia: anss rww. .
ley of South Carolina: Miss Jeanette
Arcs. or New York, and Miss Iras Ha
lej, of Oregon
Mrs. Arthur LeeTill give a musicale
on Wodnesdav afternoon. January t
her residence in Massachusetts Avenue.
Mrs. Taft and "her sister. Mrs. Iuls
More, were the guests of honor at a
luncheon given by Miss Mary Gwyn yes
terday. Mr. and Mrs William W Andrews,
who have been stopping at the Grafton.
. .. ... .. .. . A..v fn. Kew lork.
They sail to-day on the Franconia for
the island of Madeira, and from there
they Rill sail for Portugal, where Mr.
Andrews will assume his duties as secre
tary of the American uegai'"".
Mr. and Mrs Charles Campbell gae a
delightful tea yesterday in nu.iur i ...
Macomb, wife of Brig. Gen M. M.
... .. .. c . ti(v rMlnenr. In
G Street. Mrs. Henry T. B. Harris pre
sided at the tea tsnie.
Mrs. George Redelon. of Portland. Me..
Is stopping at the Grafton for the re
mainder of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Clark, of Litch
field. Conn., who have been stopping at
the Shoreham. will leave Washington to
day for Augusta, ua.
Manj Washlngtonlans went to Annapo
lis jesterday to attend the masquerade
ball given by the officers of the Naal
Capt. and Mrs Gibbon entertained at
a dinner In honor of the Misses Meyer
and Miss Esther Cleveland, afterward
taking their guests to the ball
This afternoon Miss Helen Taft and
Miss Glads Ingalls will Join Mrs Gib
bons' house part j. and Lieut Com
rrmnder and Mrs Bulmer will give a
large dinner, followed by dancing In Miss
To-morrow Miss Frances Lippett and
her house guest Mis Dorothy Sturgls.
of Prmldence. R. I : Miss Dorothy
Will'am.. Mr von Bulow. Lieut Ray
mond Rodgers. and the Solicitor General.
William Marshall Bullitt, will Join the
The costumes at the ball were most in
teresting and striking.
Mrs. Robert Rooseelt wore a novel
Pierrette costume, the skirt being or
black pleated silk, with an overdress of
white charmeuse. with black satin re
r"! and black tulle pomPns.
Mrs. Roscoc Bulmer wore a handsome
Grecian costume of white silk.
Commander and Mrs. Archibald II.
Davis went as gypsy musicians.
Lieut. H. S. Babbitt, U. S. N.. wore a
Miss Bryan made a charming Dutch
girl, her costume being a white satin
skirt trimmed with gold and Delf blue
ribbon elet and Dlf blue satin over
drew, and a blaik elct bodice ocr a
gulmpn of white organdj
Lieut Gilmer. V S N, went as the
Duke of Rosny, his costume being of
black elet slashed with crimson satin,
and trimmed with gold braid. He car
ried a black civet hat of the period.
trimmed with crimson plumes, and wore
a black clet cape with crimson satin
l.leut C. A. Richards wore a Pierrot
l.leut J. B. Rhodes., u. s. St., went ae
Lieut Commander -hurcn wore a
colonial costume of blue satin richly
trimmed with gold braid and embroidery.
Kleven ottlcers went as n group or Bal
kan soldiers, among them being l.leut
Commander Bulmer. L. h. is.; Lieut
Adolphus Andrews, U. S. N.: Dr. Castle-
man. U. S. N., and Lieut Poteet. U. S.
N. The Balkan costume consisted of an
oriental red tunic showing about ten
inches of riding trousers, with a short
sleeveless Jacket of blue trimmed with
gild and black braid and black Astrakan.
A round Astrakan cap, trimmed with a
black aigrette and gold cord, and high
top boots completed the costume.
Lieut Commander Lanlng wore an
Arab sheik's costume. It was of white
satin trimmed with gold and pearls, the
turban, of white satin, with ropes of
pearls 'and rhlnestones.
Mrs. Lanlng went as an Arabian prin
cess. Her costume was made or white
chllTon cloth, oyer cloth or silver with
ar iris fringe, and a long gold beaded
girdle. Her bead dress was ot clotn ot
gold trimmed with rhlnestones and pearls
and she wore a chiffon yell.
The following Congressional ladles' of
Congress Hall Hotel will be at home on
Monday. January 20, from 4 to 7 o'clock:
Mrs. Miles Polndexter. Mrs. Obadlah
Gardner, Mrs. Dorsey W. Shackelford,
Mrs. Wells. Mrs. Ereklel Candler, Mrs.
Robert Bruce Macon. Mrs. Frank Clark,
Mrs. Lincoln Dixon. Mrs. J. Edwin Eller
be. Mrs. John A. M. Adair, Mrs. William
A. Ashbrook. Mrs. Matthew R. Denver.
Mrs. Charles G. Edward3, Mrs. Hanni
bal L. Godwin. Mrs. Scott Ferris, Mrs.
Henry A. Bamhart. Mrs. James C. Can-
trill. Mrs. Cyrus Cllne. Mrs. William A.
Cullon. Mrs. James S. Davenport. Mrs.
Joseph J. Russell. Mrs. Elizabeth R..
Bsthrick. Mrs. Fredrick U Blackmon.
Mrs. Michael E. Burke, Mrs. Oscar Calla
way. Mrs. William B. Francis Mrs. Fred
S. Jackson. Mrs. Henderson M. Jacoway.
Mrs. John Joseph Kindred, Mrs. Daniel
'J. McGillicuddy, UrsT Charles E. Pat-
ton. Mrs. Stephen G. Porter. Mrs. James
D. Post Mrs. John E. Raker, Mrs.
Thomas L Ruber, Mrs. Charles Bennett
Smith. Mrs. William V. Stephens, Mrs.
Stanton Warburton, and Mrs. Carl Hay
den. Mrs. Louts Bennett and Miss Agra
Bennett liave gone to New Tork to at
tend the wedding of Miss Mazle Delafield
at Fleldston, RIverdale-on-Hudson. Satur
day, January 18. They will return to
the New Willard the first of the week.
Mr. Theodore Moekenboer, the portrait
painter, of Holland, who painted the
portrait of President Taft last spring.
opened his Washington studio, 1218 II
Street Northwest, last Saturday with a
studio tea at which Adelln Fermln.
from the Peabody Institute of Music of
Baltimore, gave a song recital.
Among the guests were the Minister of
the Netherlands, and his secretary; Mrs.
Claude A. Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
erick Bulkeley Hyde. Mrs. Brown Scott
Mr. J. Selwln Talt Mrs. Love, Col. Mc
Caw, the Rev. nnd Mrs. Dunlap. Dr.
Langworthy, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Osten.
Mr. and Mrs. Heuptler, the Misses Mon
cure, and the Misses Peachy.
A collection of new portraits was on
The Riding and Hunt Club of Wash
iigton gave the first exhibition and drill
of the season at the club last night A
brilliant audience was at the ringside.
Many parties came Into the club during
the exhibition after attending dinners,
and still others were planning to attend
dances later. Ball gowns and evening
clothes were the order, and the warm
eenlng made such garb not uncom
fortable. The exhibition was strictly a
club affair, only members of the club and
their house guests being lnlted.
Among those present were Col. and
Mrs. Robert M. Thompson, Miss Julia
Wood. Miss Hilda Sykes. Mrs. George
Howard. Viscount and Viscountess de
Slbour, CoL and Mrs. William C Lang
fltt Mr. William Phelps Eno. Mr. George
X. McLenahan. CoL Henry T Allen. Mr.
If. Rozler Dulany. Mr. William C. Mar
row, Mr. George Oakley Totten, Mr. and
Mrs. George Meyers. Miss Anna Greble,
Mr. John Slbert Mrs. Sinclair Bowen.
Mrs. Peter R. Laboulsse. Capt and Mrs.
Mark Brooke, the Danish Minister. Mr.
Brun. Mr. and Mrs. C. Pcton Russell.
Mr. Lawrence O. Murray. Miss Ruth
Hitchcock. Mf. and Mrs. Arthur Lee.
Mrs. John Davis. Miss Frances Ander
son. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wjeth. Mr
and Mrs. Richard Harlow, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Chapman, Mr. Charles Henry
Butler, Mrs. Horace Wlle, Mrs. Mac
Dougal, Mr. James Phillips. Mr.
Bowie Clark, MaJ. Langhorne. V.
S. A.; Sir. and Mrs. Donaldson.
Miss Mary Morgan. Miss Alice
Shepard, Mr. Robert Fitch Hhepard. Jlr.
Jchn O. Ean., Mr J William Henrv,
Mr. and Mrs. George Appleby. Rear Ad
miral Richardson Clover, U. S. N.; Mrs.
Evans, Miss Rita Evans, MaJ. Theodore
Ltw, V S M. C. retired: Dr. Cary T.
Grason. V S. N ; Capt Frederick B
Hennessej, Dr Boyd. Miss Plnchon, Miss
Cunningham, of Litchfield. Conn : Mr
Robert Roosevelt. Mls Lucy R Slddons,
Mm Goodc. Miss Edith Goode Miss
Brook. Miss Mabel Hume. Mr. Robert
B. Hum, Representative W. B McKIn
ley of Illinois. Mr. Richard Tler, the
Misses Howard. Mr. Cotton Smltn. .Mr.
and Mrs Hugh Legare Miss Marion
Pellew. ..lss Jeanette Allen. Miss Mil
drtd Greble. Miss Tlernan. Miss Dasha
Allen, and Lieut. E. St. John Greble. Jr.
U. S. A.
Mrs Fred Dennett, wife of the Commis
sioner of the General Land Office, will
give a small Informal dance this even
lig In compliment to Mls Barbara
Stephens, daughter of Representative
Stephens of California and Miss Dorothy
Phuej. both debutantes of this wtnter.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lelter gave a
dinner last night at their country home
in honor of Miss Vandergrift The en
tire bridal party and several additional
friends attended the dinner.
Miss Mirlon Leutze. who H one of
Miss Vanergrift's bridesmaid, enter
tained the bridal party at a small tea
jesterdav Miss Helen Downing ami
Miss Crawford presided at the tea table.
Mrs. F Hubert Dent gave a buffet
luncheon yesterday In honor of Mrs.
James Hlckle, of Alabama.
Baskets of pink roses tied with pink
ribbon formed the decoration on the table,
with pink shaded candles and pink candy
Those present included Mrs. Champ
Clark. Mrs. Samuel Adams, Mrs. Clvarles
B. Howry, Sirs. Claude Swanson. Mrs. C
A Culberson. Mrs Benjamin Mlcou, Mrs.
Ben Johnson, Mrs. Fred Dow. Mrs. Will
iam Judxon. Mrs. E. J Moore. Mrs.
H Bliss. Mrs. Oscar Underwood, Mrs. J.
V. Davis. Mrs Mary SLhluter. Mrs. D
R. Anthony, Jr., Mrs. Jack Beall. Mrs.
Blackmore. Mrs. Cantrill, Mrs. Hnnry
Allen Cooper, Mrs. Klser, of New York.
Mrs. I. C Copley. Mrs. Macauley. Mrs.
Rufus Hardy, Sirs. OUIe James, Mrs
Llnthicum. Sirs. Martin Littleton. Mrs.
Mitchell rilmer. Slr Alnsworth Sir"
Heywood. Sirs. J. T Heflin. Sirs. G W
Taylor, Sirs. Bn Cravens. Sirs. Aires.
Sirs. Henry D. Fry. Mrf. Charles Lewis.
Sirs. Charles McChord. Strs. C. N. RIker.
SIis Elizabeth Shelley. Sirs. T. T. Ans
berry. Sirs. Eugene KInkead. Sirs. W
A. Cullop. Sirs. William Blddle, Sirs
Mason PoseyJ Sirs. Liggett. Sirs. Waller
Wells, Sirs. Henry D. Clayton. Sirs.
Frank SIcIntyre. Sirs. S. B. A res. Sirs.
Richmond Hobson, Sirs. Ernest Roberts,
and Sirs. Perry Belmont.
Mrs. Henry D. Clayton and Sirs. Claude
Swanson presided atthe punch bowl.
Miss Louise Taft, daughter of Mr. and
Sirs. Charles P. Taft, and "niece ot the
President, and Sirs Albert Ingalls, both
of whom have been guests at tne White
House for some time, have returned to
their homes In Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. 'vMlllam Maker vvnelen.
of the Rlttenhouse, Philadelphia, will be
here next Wednesday to visit the Secre
tary of the Navy and .Mrs. Meyer. Mr.
and Sirs. Whelen and Mr. and Sirs.
'Robert Goelet of New York, will be
among the guests at the dinner that Sec
retary and Sirs, ileyer win give Thurs
day, January S3. In honor of the Presi
dent and Mrs. Taft
Mrs. Chlsholm, chairman of the South
ern relief ball, announces that all the
boxes hare been sold and that unfor
tunately, the limited space of the Willard
ballroom does not permit of more boxes
Miss Alice Vandergrift entertained at
a large luncheon yesterday for Sir. Gar-
tett and their bridal party of to-morrow,
her parents and others.
Her guests Included SIUs Esther Denny.
Sllss Kmersman, Mrs. SlcKay. ot Hew I
York: Mrs. Summerlln, Sllss Marlon j
Leutze. Strs. Bulmer, Sirs. Perry. Miss I
Elizabeth Held Rogers. .Miss Caryl Craw
ford, Sllss Ruggles. Sllss Frances Sulli
van, of Philadelphia; Sllss Kulh Wales,
Sllss ICatherine Bnttou. Messrs. Uarrett.
Perry, Gardner. Logan, Ord, Preston, inn
man. Gushing. Brown, siarrow. Hardy.
Edward, McKay, and Ellis. Count -d'Ad-hemar.
Gen. and Sirs. Johnston and Mr. i
and Sirs. Vandergrift. t j
Mrs. Samuel F. Emmons was hostess
.at an Informal reception last night, at,
her residence in 11 Street
Mrs. J. W. Garrett Miss Mabel Young,
and Mr. Charles I. Inman arrived at the I
tnorenam, yesieraay irom vjnicago io at -
tend the wedding" this afternoon of Miss
THE NEW BOYS' SHOP
.Second Floor of the Greater Pal&is Royal
Suits f QC O'Coats
WereS5Up tD J J Were $5 Up
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER. Hours: 8:30 to 6. G STREET.
First twelve installments of
Life of Washington
Free to any one at the Busi
ness Office of The Washing
ton Herald. This, includes all
installments up to and in
A Low Pi ice for an
A 52-inch Desk in two
handsome, substantial woods
Quartered Oak and Birch
Th siz the one In demand
in most offices. This Desk Is sol
idly constructed, and has plentv
of drawer room 2S
11th and HSts.N.W.
Main 70 1Z.
W Clie Totes in llcrald CS.000 Contast.
ser and Wedding Deco-
J. H. Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
J 1S3 Broadway.
Wahl & Co., 926 19th St.N. W.
We glv ITerald tZSJHM conteet vten.
AHco Vandersrlft and Mr. George A.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Maury Dove, Jr., have
cards out for a dinner dance on January
29 at the Shoreham.
AT FOUNTAINS, hOTELS, OR tLSCWHCRC
Original and Genuine
KKH KIX. HALT GKAM EXTRACT, HI rOWDES
Not in any Milk Trust
IT Insist on "HORLICK'S"
Take a package home
These Suits and Overcoats comprise "broken lots,"
and sizes and colors aro missing. The many little lots
combined create a great variety, and all sizes and col
ors In one style or another. Another attraction
every suit or overcoat was $5.00 or more. Choice
for 3j. You'll no.te that these garments can be worn
this month, durlngFebruaxy, and part of March.
Hats and Furnishings
The new Boys' Shop Clearing Sale of winter stock:
is creating bargains of all needs.
Hats the price Is marked on each deduct pne
thlrd from that prloe. Look for and find styles for
boys of all ages.
Blouses and Shlrts-whlte and colors, with and with
out collars. AU sizes In all styles at S9c Instead of 50c
Domet Pajamas, sizes i to 13 years, are now 80c
Instead of J LOO.
Dozen To-day for
oivce more at
A generous supply of
these fragrant beauties
ready this morning, but
vou'd better HAVE
EARLY, as they'll go
quickly at to-day's spe
Unusual values in
handsome Ferns and
Cor. 14th & H
We EiTe Herald $23,000
BEE HIVE MARKET
Large Can Corn .....10c
Raisins. 3 for ..Sa
Citron, pound .13a
Tomatoes. 3 cans So
Oth and 31 Streets.
Phone N. 5334.
7a tr. Tot In Tb. nrnVt'i COOS Cootaak
No Storage Charges for
JtraMnable rate on Uorajje. haullnc
and pack In k. EUtl mates furnlnhed Ex
UNION STORAGE CO.,
1514 7th St. N.W.
If it's anything in the line of gloves
buy thm here To go down in the
high rent district is merely Io grte the
landlords the extra high price. Kids,
Velours. Astrakhan, Chamois. Horse
hide. Mulehide, Cowhide. Dogskin. We
have them all.
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store with the complete
stock and the little prices.
Swll's Hardware Store, 713 7th St.N. W.
Gin Vot In Tb UtnU'i t3.000 CbBtasL
MEN'S SMART FURNISHINGS
The shop that sells the clererett ot
men's fixings for less.
M. LEVITAN & CO.
Call up Main 1419 for AU Kinds
of Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
623 D Struct N. W.
W Gin Voto tn T Bfnld'a 0.00) Cbstrac
PROFESSIONAL EDCCATION IN ACCOUNT-
acey. I'ractlcal work nprdallr idaptcd to mm
emptartd. iS-raca bulletin. Call or addma, Dinetor
cf Ldceation. Y. M. O. A.. CM O SL. Waahlixtan.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
IO Dmatb SL Be. Ltncota C3B.
ISu1 LYCEUM gJ
The Show the Boys Him Bern Waiting Tot.
ZALLAH 0 COMPANY
Hndnl br Z-LLAII the Martdona Dancer
Acd a CI-tw Oompacj. In Two IJiftr Bttlpos,
FIIIDAV MQHT-THB COCNTRY 8TORE.
NEXT WLEK IAIIDIN DB TABIS GIBXM.
CHINA'S NEW DAY
Seren LecturOvCane br
ner, Iaaae.T. Headland, rk. D.
jANUAitr m. a. s. a. feurCauy s. 4. m.
January 20. 9 p. m "Child Lift la China.
Jarmarr II. 11 a. D-. "Chhue Women.
Nerr York ATenue Church.
. Conne. $1 CO; tingle- admbalon, rzc. Tlcaeia, Wm.
UaHintrne . Hon.. 1B1 1 St.
Will be pleasing to the house
keeper. This nutritious cook-
ing in fireproof pottery dishes I
and serving food in the same 2
dish placed in a silver frame 5
makes the casserole a cooking
as well as serving dish of
beauty and elegance for the i
Wc offer many stles and
sizes in the round and oval
shapes, at prices ranging
from $3.50 to $8.00 for best
quality silver plate.
In Nickel Frames from ?1.00
Dulin& Martin Co.
Pottery, Porcelain, Calaa, Glua, i
Silver, Ae. J"
1215 F St and 1214-18 G SL X
-- -- -- - -. -- - -- - .. -VTVTTTTVVVT
Matinee to-dar 3 P. 3E.
tS AX "ARABIA MG11T"
WILLIAM ELUOTT nd T) ID BXLASCO Pn
rat ths Most Tilkcd-ef liar in Amtrka.
The Governor's Lady
Direct from Il Smont Btra at tb Bpubli
Tbcattr. ew lock.
NEXT TUESDAY, 4:30
SEW JfATIOJfAI. THEATER-
Mp Bemntirnl Thtitra la Amiia.
Unctions Lnalinz the SI Tbettm.
Daily Mats. Sc Etei t5. 50. and 75c.
I. rand mh Anntmair ImL
Late Sta- "Meml ftina Ona"
It Othfr AllSUr. AH-Netr Acl
1IEIT (1TUET CVCTEMII
IIEfl " -
With T.ilor UraimUe. lAtua rarsoct and
ID tn Corarui. Thrr Sernc. &c Ac
Tt imt tmivron&tor Little Lonl Robert. tb
norld cnulleK actnotiAn. tori fire other blf act.
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