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THE WASHINGTON HERALD.- THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. 1913.
Woodward & Lothfop-
Now York WASHINGTON-Paris
Annual Sale, of Discontinued Patterns
In the Finest
A PERFECTION of patterning and rich and harmonious
color blending has been attained by the reliable makers
of domestic rugs, so that each season it is found impera
tive to discontinue a number of designs for those of newer cre
ation and more in keeping with established standard of decora
tion. Rugs included in a clearance of this kind lack nothing in
quality or merit ; many of them have been in remarkable demand,
but, being of old design, must submit to the custom now prevail
ing. We alwajs secure a goodK number of these discontinued
patterns, but do not accept any and all kinds: we make our selec
tions according to desirability from the number to be closed out,
and secure really fine colorings and designs at the lowest prices.
We Detail a Few of the Values
Every Rug Here Mentioned Can Be
Bdiight Much Below Regularly.
9x12 Whittall's Anglo Per
sians, regularly $60.00. ..$50.00
9x12 Whittall's Anglo In
dians, regularly $50.00. . .$40.00
9x12 Wilton Rugs, regularly
9x12 Art - loom Seamless
Rugs, regularly $45 00. ..$37.50
9x12 Body Brussels Rugs,
regularly $32 50 $27.50
9vl2 Body Brussels Rugs,
regularly $30.00 $25.00
9x12 Axminster Rugs regu
larh 30 00 $25.00
83x10.6 Whittall's Anglo
Persians, regularly $54.00 $45.00
8.3x10 6 Whittall's Anglo In
dians, regularly $46.00. ..$40.00
Numerous Small Rugs, in All Sizes
and Colors, of the Best Makes,
Marked at Low Prices for Clearance.
tourtb floor G tU
INTERESTING values are now being offered in Pure Foods.
During the past month this department has been enlarged,
enabling us to serve our patrons to better advantage and
with more consideration ana comiorc man eer Deiore.
T?,wil.r1ale Brand Uncrraded
California Green Asparagus;
this is well known and needs no
20c can; $2.25 dozen.
1,500 pounds of Fancy Lou
isiana Head Rice best grade.
7c lb. Regular price, 10c.
Falmouth Brand Genuine
Maine Sugar Corn. We offer
this brand, which has always
proven satisfactory, for a short
time at the
Special price, 3 cans for 25c.
FWtli floor Nor building.
CHEVY CHASE REGRETS
ARRESTS OF AUT0ISTS
Association, in Resolutions to GoTer
nor of Maryland, Condemns Ac
tion of Officers..
Resolutions condemnins the arrest of
-Washington motorists "on mere techni
,al grounds.' by MontKomery County.
!J. official?, -were adopted Tucday
j.icht at j mectins of the Chevy Chase
ocUtion The resolutions rccret the
unjust notonct to the illasc of Chevy
Chaao as rf. result of these .arrests
Thii action of officials. It as declared,
lus resulted in much criticism and, has
ensendered much feeling between people
living near the District border on both
fides. Hope is expressed that action be
taken to btort technical arrests Copies
of the resolutions were sent to the Go
irnor of Mar land
All blame on the port of Chevy Chuc
for the arrests is disclaimed Part of the
"Be it resolved. That the Chevy Chase
Association, of Montgomer County,
Maryland, express their disapproval of
such a technical interpretation of the
automobile act. and further express the
hope that some steps be taken b the
State and County authorities to prevent
i repetition of such action -nltliln our
limits, and that etery effort be made to
bring about a kindly spirit and acUon of
reciprocity between the authoriUes of the
District of Columbia and the authorities
of the State of Mao land, such as Is
shown in other States "
WANTS SMOKING PROHIBITED.
Senator Tillman "Would Purify Air
During1 Executive Seuiotu.
Senator Tillman yesterday made an
effort to take from certain Senators a
prerogatie which they hae enjojed
from the foundaUon of the government
He introduced a resolution to prevent
amoklnc during the executive sessions or
The resoluUon was no so worded, but
it directs a committee of the benate to
consider a means of Improving ventila
tion by prevenlng smoking by any one at
any time in the chamber. Smoking is
prohibited during the open sessions oc
the Senate, but as soon as the doors
are closed tor executive business the
practice has been for the smokers to'
The South Carolina Senator, being i
nonsmoker. docs not like the oaor and
ants a rule nasscd to puritv the air ot
the chamber, 'the prohibition may extend
also to the cloakrooms.
Jacksonville, ria. has a new bank.
United states Trust and Savings
8.3x10.6 Heralties, regularly
8.3x10.6 Arabic Rugs, regu
larly $43.75 $35.00
8 3x10.6 Whittall's Royal
Worcester Rugs, regularl
8.3x10.6 Wilton Rug-, regu
larly $37.50 $30.00
8.3x10.6 Axminster Rugs,
regularly $25.00 $17.50
69 Whittall glo Indian
Rugs regularly $31.25. . .$25.00
6x9 Wilton Rugs regularlv
$25 00 $20.00
4 67.6 Wilton Rugs, regular
ly $18.50 $12 50
in Pure Foods.
La Sevillana MariSmoth Oueen
Olives, of especially fine flavor.
Special price, 21c bottle.
Caroline Brand Extra Sifted
Peas, usually selling at a much
higher price. . x
Special price, 15c can.
A large quantity of Fine Irish
Potatoes, grown on our own
farm. Good table size; selected
Special price, 20c peck.
Mrs. Duncan U. Fletcher and Mrs.
Claude Swanson Oppose Each
Other for Presidency.
After tlitee weeks' hard campaigning,
nominations were made late vcaterday
afternoon for the annual election of the
Congressional Club. The Election will be
held two weeks from to-daj. It is ex
pected" that it will i,c one of the liveliest
In the hiitorj of the club
The nomirationt follow Mrs Duncan
lT. "-Fletcher, nonda. and Mrs. Claude,
bwanson. Mrginia, for president, Mrs
William A Cullop. Indiana, and Mrs.
Curtis H Gregg. Pennsylvania, for first
vice prckldent. Mrs Averts A. Hayex,
California, and lire Thomat, P. Gore.
Oklahoma, for second vice president.
Mrs. Henrv A. Cooper. Wisconsin, and
Mrs. John Sharp Williams. Mississippi.
for third vice president, Mrs. J. T. IJovd,
Missouri, and Mrs Eugene F. Klnkead,
New Jersey, for fourth vice president.
Mrs. William B. Francis. Ohio, and Mrs.
Lemuel P. Padgett, Tennessee, for fifth
vice president; Mrs. Horace M. Towner,
Iowa, and Mrs. Morris fcheppard. Texas,
for recording secretary. Mrs. John E.
Raker and Miss Page. North Carolina,
for corresponding secretary; Mrs. Fred
Dennis and Mrs. Robert N. Pace. North
Carolina, for treasurer.
Indiana Cnll on Prealdenf.
President Taft vesterday received six
members of the Shoshone Indian ttlbe
who called to pay their respect to the
"Great White Father" The Indians
were escorted to the White House by
RepresentaUve Mondell and J. H. Norri.
superintendent of the Shoshone reserva
tion. "' WMf InirWjf '"
Original and Gtnuin.
Tht FMrlnk fir JLII Ages.
More healthful than Tea or Coffee.
Agrees with the weakest digestion.
Delicious; kmgoranng.ancj nirtntioas.
Rich milk, malted grain, powder form.
A qskk huch prepared in a aunte.
TakcBo CBDstitcte. AikferHORLICTS.
MT Others are imitations
The President and Mrs. Taft enter
tained the delegates to the Chamber of
Commerce of the united States at
charming tea yesterday afternoon. The
many distinguished guests were received
by the President and Mrs. Taft In ttv
Blue. Room, Mai. Rhoads making thi
presentaUons. The other aids In attend
ance were Lieut. Rockwell, U. S. A., and
Dr. Grayson. U. S. N
A sccUon ot the Marine Band played
curing the reception, and tea was served
in the state dining-room.
Senator Henry Du Pont was host at a
dinner of fourteen last night nt his resi
dence In Massachusetts Avenue. Later
fifty additional guests attended the dance
vhlch followed the dinner. A supper
was served at midnight, after which
dancing was resumed
The Commandant of the Marine Bar
tacks and Mrs. William P. Blddle enter
tained at a brilliant reception and dance
last night In the concert room of th
Marine Barracks. Flags and palms were
tiied most effectively In the decoration",
and a section of the Marine Band played
throughout the evening. A buffet supper
was served at midnight. Mrs. Blddle
was assisted in receiving by Mrs. Dion
Williams and Mrs. William R. Cullop
Among the 600 guests were prominent
members of the diplomatic and official
life and armv and navy officers and their
Mrs. Austin Stlcknej was hostess at a
delightful dance at the Flav house last
night In honor of her house guest. Miss
Eliza Cheney, of Hartford, Conn. The
rooms were most attractively decorated
'or the occasion, and a supper was served
Mrs. Henry F. Dimock gave a luncheon
yesterday In honor of her guests. Mrs
Frederick Thompson and Mrs. Arthur
Dodge, of New 1'ork. Invited to meet
them were Mrs John Hay. Mrs. Nich
olas Anderson, Mrs. Robert McCormlck.
Mrs. Samuel Spencer. Mrs. Thomas F.
Baard. Mrs Rocliwood Hoar, Mrs. Ly
man. Mrs Philip Sheridan. Mrs Spencer
Cosby. Miss Patten. Mrs Burton Harri
son, Mrs. Richardson. Mrs Matthew T.
Scott. Mrs Julian .James, Mrs Mark
Hanna. Mrs Morris, and Mrs. Eugene
Mr. and Mrs William Williams 3Iath-
ewson were hosts at a dinner last night
at their residence in R Street In honor
of Miss Eliza Chencj Later the entire
party attended the dance given by Mrs.
Mathewson's mother, Mr. Austin Stick
nej, at the Plav house
Miss Esther Denn. who has betn the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
andcrgrlft. is now visiting Mrs Eld
-Mis Helen Tall and Miss Isabel Vln
ont were the guests of honor at a lunch
eon vesterdaj. given by Miss Trances
Urpltt. daughter of Senator Lippui ot
Mrs. Hugh Wallace gave a luncheon
vesterday for oung people
Mrs F Kingsburv Curtis has been
nrndin? a few dais with her brother
and sistrr-ln-law, Mr and Mrs. George
X. McLanahan. who Invited a number of
friends to meet her informally at a small
tea yesterday afternoon.
Miss Carv. of Baltimore. Is visiting her
cousin, Mrs Burton Harrison, at her
residence, 160; I Street.
Mr. Christian Hemmick was hostess
it a luncheon vesterday at "Stud'o
House." Among her guests were the
Countess de Perettl de la Roeca. Mrs
feidnej Ballou. Mrs. Franklin Kills. Mrs
Corcoran Hill. Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Sharre.
Mrs. Fearsali. and Mrs u M. rerry
Sirs. Arthur Lee gave a muslcale jes
terday afternoon at her residence n
Massachusetts Avenue in nonor ot Mrs.
John DavK who has recentlv returned
to Washington from a trip abroad.
representaUv e gathering of Washington
society tilled the spacious rooms, and
thoroughly enjoyed the musical pro
gramme rendered by SIi"ss Wjman. She
first sang the Folk songs ot tinttanv ;
then retired and changed the p'asant
dress for a costume or 1K30, and sang
some charming English ballads A col'
Istlon was served after the muslcale.
The committee In charge of raising
money for the new building of the
orphanage of St. John's parish have ar
ranged to give, a benefit exhibition ot
moving pictures of the South Sea Is
lands at the Helasco 'theater on fTiday
afternoon, l-ebruarv Zl These picture-!
were taken by Sir rredertck Bulkley
Hvde last summer, and have never been
exhibited before. It is the earnest de
tire of the committee to make the affair
a financial success, and it is hoped that
that afternoon will be kept tree trom
Sirs Gore, wite ot fcenator Thomas 1
Gore, and Sirs Uldfleld will not receive
this afternoon, but will b at home on
Sir. and Sirs Charles Henr) Butler
entertained Informally at dinner last
night In honor of their house guests.
Prof. Lang, of the Unlversitv of Chi
ago. and Dr. Harry Langford Wilson, of
Johns Hopkin", and president of the
American Institute of Archaeology.
I.ater in the evening the guests attended
the meeting of the Archaeological Society
at the home of Col. and Mrs. KoDcrt M.
Sirs. Robert - Ralston, wife of Capt.
Ralston. U. S A. has pent .out invita
tions for a sir all tea for joung people
In honor of Mrs. Frederick Strong, at
her apartment in the Cordova on reb
Washington society is taking a deep
Interest In the forthcoming concert of
SIlss Flora Wilson at the Belasco Thea
ter on January 18. Among those who
will entertain box parties are lira. Ed
ward Stotesbury, of Philadelphia: Mrs.
Elmer Black, of New York: CoL and
Sirs. Robert M. Thompson, Mrs. Martin
Knapp, Scnora Slendex, Sirs. Mark
Hanna, Mrs. J. J. Richardson. Sirs.
James R. Slann, Mrs. Alsolm Waller.
Mrs. Arthur Ramsey, Sirs. Copley Thaw,
Mrs. Theodore Shuey, and Sirs. De Witt
The patronesses are Sirs. Edward
White. Mrs. Willis Van Deventer, Mrs.
Horace Lurton, Mrs. Champ Clark. Sirs.
Gillespie, Sirs. Spalding. Sirs. McSIlllan.
Mrs. Perry Belmont, Miss Helen- Cannon.
Sirs, Arthur Ramsey, Mrs. Claude Swan-
son, sirs. J. J. Kicnardson. sirs. Tal
mage, Sirs. Perry Heath, Sirs. Nathan
Scott, Sirs Frances Warren. Mrs. Samuel
Spencer, Mrs. Slyron Parker. Sirs. Willis
Moore, Mrs. Martin Knapp, Mrs. Howry,
Sirs. C C. Glover. Mrs. McCumber, Sirs.
Charles Campbell, Sirs. Ralney. Mrs.
John Sharp Williams, Mrs. Henry Ox
nard. Mrs. Mondell. SIlss Amarvllls GU
lett. Mrs. Gtllett-Hlll, Sirs. Thomas 11.
Anderson, Sirs. Charles Bel!, Mrs. Burr.
Sirs Slarion Butler. Mrs. Ricks, Sirs.
Tlmmons, Sirs. Frank Ellis, Sirs. Clover.
Mrs. Marshall Field, Sirs. George W.
Brown, Sirs. Van Reypen. Mrs. William
Corcoran-HIll, Sirs. William Alden Smith.
Sirs. Frem&nt-Smlth. Mrs. Pujo, Mrs.
Crumpackcr, Mrs. Claxtcn. SlrsRobert
SI. Thompson. Sirs. James R. Mann, Sirs
Sweet. Sirs. Borland, SIlss Wood, Sirs.
Llnthlcum, Sirs. Cuno Rudolph. Sirs.
Southerlartd, Sirs. Nelson. Mrs. Works,
Mrs. Towner, Sin. Clayton, Mrs. Thomas
NeMon Page, Sirs. Robert Patterson,
Mrs. Theodore.Shacv, Mrs. Ashurst, Mr.
Henry Cleveland Perkins, Mrs. Gore,
Mrs. Copeley Thaw, Mr. Robert Wynne,
Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. McConvllle, -Mr.
Wetmore, Mrs. Falrchlld. Mrs. Waller,
and Mrs. Radcllffe.
The Array and Navy League will give
a ball on Easter Monday, March 24, at
the Navy Yard. Mrs. George Stern
berg is president of the league, and
many prominent women sre members
or it. I
One of the last year's Lenten diversions
will be renewed next month with tho re
organization of the Roller Skating Club
under the auspices of the District of
Columbia Auxlllery. of the Navy Relief
Society, The meetings will be held at
tho Arcade in Fourteenth Stret. near
Park Road, on Tuesday afternons in
Lent from 3 until fi.30 o'clock.
As the fourth of March falls on Tues
day, the meeting of that week will be
held on Wednesday March 5, instead.
The members of the ticket commltteo
are Mts F. A. Beatty, chairman: Mrs.
Seaton Schroedcr. Mrs. Richard Waln
w right, Mrs William P. Blddle, Mrs. F.
F. Fletcher, Mrs. Alexander Sharpe. Mrs-
Phllip Andrew. Mrs. A. F. FecMeler.
Mrs. R, K. Ifelkpap. Mrs. Spencer Wood.
Mrs. A. U WPlard. Mrs. Victor Blue.
Mrs. S. W Spalding. Mrs. Myers, Miss
Sirs Valentine Chappell, of New- Lon
don. Conn, will arrive In Washington on
Monday to visit Lieut CoL and Mrs.
Harry Tavlor at their residence In Q
Sirs. Frederick SIcReynolds will be at
home Informally this afternoon.
Sirs Jackson, wife of Senator Jack
son, ot aSlrvland, will be at home the
first Thursday In February and the fol
lowing Thursdays during the season.
Sirs J. S Hill will receive this after
noon from 3 until 5 o'clock at the
Raleigh Hotel, for the last time this
Sirs Hill will accompanv some New
York friends on a trip to the Panama
Canal Zone in February.
Sirs Fred Dubois will receive Inform
ally this afternoon from 3 until g o'clock,
at the Cairo for the last time She will
he assisted bj Sirs. Michael Driscoll.
Sirs Joseph Wall, and Sirs Louis Slat
thews Sirs George A King and her daughter.
Sirs Robert Sf Hlncklej, will be at
home this afternoon and Thursday after
noon of next week
Miss Eleanor Evster, of Charlestown,
W. Va.. is visiting Mrs Hinckley.
' Mrs Archibald SI. SIcLauchlen will be
at home Informally this afternoon, and
Thursday afternoon. Januarv 3d
Sir and Sirs. E Harry Recor. of St.
Clair, Michigan, are the guests of Sirs.
Howard C Beck, of Wisconsin Avenue.
Sirs. George Thomas Smallwood. and
SIlss' Dorothj Smallwood. and Sir.
Ordway will be at home Informally this
aiiemoon at their res dence. Woodrrrsit-
3K0 Sixteenth Street Northwest.
Countess de Chambrun. wife of of the
mllitarv attache of the French Embassy,
entertained Informally at luncheon jes-
teraay in compliment to her mother. Mrs
Nicholas Longworth. of Cincinnati, who
is spending several weeks with her.
Sirs George Eustis entertained
luncheon jesterday In compliment to
Jirs juaan ii sears, of Boston and New
York, who is spending a few dajs In
Washington Sirs. Sears will return to
New York to-da)
SIlss Esther Cleveland, who has been
the guest of Sir and Sirs. John Hajs
Hammond for over a fortnight, will re
turn to her home In Princeton. N J.
to-daj to remain until Saturdav. when
Fn wlJ' "turn to Washington land spend
seme time with Sirs. Rockwood Hoar and
SIlss Frances Hoar
Sirs Hugh Wallace entertained a party
of voung people at luncheon vesterday.
Sirs Pevton Russell gave a bridge
rart). followed by an informal tea, ves
terday. At a meeting of the Congressional
Club at the clubhouse vesterday a ticket
was nominated for the election which
will take place February 3. at 10 30
o'clock. The Ucket, which contains the
names of two candidates for each office,
I as follows
President. Sirs Duncan l". Fletcher, of
Florida, and Sirs Claude Swanson, of
Virginia, first vice president. Sirs F. II.
Briggs, of Maine, and Sirs. William 'A.
Cullop, of Indiana: second vice president.
Sirs Gore, of Oklahoma, and Mrs. Haves,
of California, third vice president. Sirs.
Cooper, of Wisconsin, ana Mrs. John
Sharp Williams, of Slississlppl; fourth
vice president. Sirs Llojd. of Missouri,
end Sirs Klnkead. of New Jerej : fifth
vice president. Sirs, Padgett, of Tennes--ee.
and Sirs. Francis, of Ohio, record
ing secretarv. Sin, Tawner. ot Iowa, and
Sirs Slorris bheppard. 'lexas, corre
tpondlng secretary. Sirs Raker, of
California, and SIlss Page, of Vermont,
and trcaurcr. Sirs Page, of North. Ca
rolina, and Sirs Fred Bennett, of Wash
ington, D C.
Sir. and Sirs. Francis James gave a
luncheon vesterday in honor of Sir. and
Mm. Herron, and among their guests
were the Charge d Affaires of the Mex
ican Embassy and SIme. de la Cucva,
and Sir. and Sirs. Richardson Gibson.
Sir. and Sirs. James I. McCallum, who
have been stopping at the Brighton In
Atlantic Citj, will leave there shortly
for a trip through the South Later in
the season they will go to Palm Reach,
where they have taken a cottage on tho
Sirs Robert Elmore will be hostess at
a bridge party this afternoon, followed
by an informal tea.
Mrs. Joseph Bel' Buston. of Kansas,
will receive to-day from 3 until 6 o'clock,
and Sirs. Henry J. Allen, or Wichita,
Kans , will be w 1th her.
Mrs. John G. Capers, of 1707 Q Mreet
Northwest, will be at home this after
noon, and on January 30 also,
Miss Helen Taft was the guest of honor
at a small tea given Tuesoay aiiemoon
by Mrs. Judas Sears, of Boston. In her
apartments at the Shoreham. The tea
table was decorated with pink roses and
the candle shades were ot pink. As the
tea was Informal Mrs. Sears had no one
assisting her. Among her guests were
the Misses Sfever. SIlss Ingalls. Mrs-
Nicholas Longworth. the Postmaster
General, Sir. de Badh. of the Russian Em
bassy; Mr. and Sirs. James Curtis. Sir.
von Bulow.of the German Embassy: SIlss
Margaret Perin, SIlss Munn, Miss Ethel
Noyes, Capt. Louis Little, Capt. Ravmond
Rogers, and Count de Sartiges.
The Georgetown Law School Junior
promenade will be held on the evening
of February 3 at the New Wlilard Hitel,
in the large ballroom. Ihe committee ot
arrangements consists of J. Newton
Brewer, chairman: s. Rlppel. If. Ellas,
S. Kent, L. Shaw. K. Camparel, U.
Bond. C Bergln, W. Banes, W. J. Con
nor. J. L. Peters, and o. Hart.
The reception committee at the South
ern Relief Society ball. Slonday, January
Z7, at the New Willard, baa been named. I
Second Floor of the
A. LISNER. Hours:
It Is as follows Slontgomery Blair,
Senator Nathan P Bryan. J. W. Belt.
Gen. John E. Black. CoL L. S. Brown.
Claude Bennett. Senator Bankhead. Dr.
Thomas Chatard. Dr. Julian Cabell, Capt.
C IL Conrad. Jr. John T. Callaghan.
CoL R. E. Conant, Holmes Conrad. W.
A. Coombe, Gen. Julian Carr, Senator C
A. Culberson. C. I. Carter. Augustus
P. Crenshaw, IL Rozler Dulany, John
W. Davjdge. W. Corcoran Eustis, F. R.
Ferguson. W F Dennis, W. W. Finley,
Senator D IX, Fletcher. W. E Fowler.
H. D Flood, SlaJ. Thomas Hunger
ford. Admiral R. C Hollyday. Capt. John
SI Hickey. S II Hard wick. N Slonroe
Hopkins. Judge Howrej. Robert Heth.
R P. Hobson. Hilary Herbert, r. B
Hide, Gen John A Johnston. W. A.
Jones. Senator Lindsay Lomax, JusUc"
Lurton. Juitico Lamar. Gordon Lee,
Arthur Lee. Thomas 6. Lee. Col W R.
Judson. Judge Knapp, W n. Slont
gomery, B K Sllnor, Frank n Startin.
Llenjamin .viicoH, h. stetluire. H. r Mon
tague. Capt Marmaduke. Edward F.
Slunford, Kilbourn Gordon, Robert
Owen. Thomas Nelson Page. J. E. Penny
backer, R. -Ross Perry. Capt. If F.
Payne. Cuno H- Rudolph. Henry C. Roth-
tock. senator Claude A Swanson. Dr
Slav ley. II G. Plero. w. Streater. F.
Savarel. John Seiden, Senator Hoke
Smith. Col R. SI. Thompson. Magnus
iirompson. Hannis Tavlor. Gen Marcui
Wright, Senator John Sharp Williams.
wen. Lonara wood and Thomas Wash
Sir. and Sirs" Lawrence Mmw11 n
Cincinnati, Mr and Sir W O Hender
son, of Cleveland. Judge and Mrs
.Saunders, and Sir James II. Holt, of
Cleveland, who came to Washington for
the dinner given last night by the
President and Sirs. Tt. at the White
nouse, are stopping at the Shorehara.
DRESS REHEAESAL HERE.
"The Sunshine GlrJ" to Come Here
on Snndar for Premiere.
The long-distance telephone wires be
tween the Empire Theater In New Tork
and the Columbia Theater here were
nusy an day vesterday At the one end
was AI Havman. general manager for
Charles Frohman. and at the other was
Fred Berger. of the Columbia, and the
two Sletzerott brothers. Mr Hayman
wanted a dress rehearsal for Julia San
derson and "The Sunshine Girls" at the
Columbia Sunda night, and the house
was alreadv leased for Newman's Travel
Sir. Ha man explained that the re
hearsal was absolutely necessary, and
Mr. Berger explained that Newman was
partially sold out with season tickets,
and could not be vacated.
The matter was finallv adjusted by
an appeal of Slanager Rapley. who kind
ly loaned the National for the dress re
hearsaL The entire orchestra of the Columbia,
augmented by the twentv-one musicians
of Miss Sanderson s company, under the
direction ot Augustus Barratt. will sit
through the long rehearsal at so much
an hour. In addition to these and the
hundred odd principals and chorus ot
the companj. there will be in attend
ance Sir Charles Frohman, "Sir. Al Hay
man, Sir. John D Williams, the general
press agent: Sir Charles Dillingham, the
producer. Sir somerset Jiaugnam, wno
is a guest ot Mr. Frohman: Sir. J. A E.
Sialone. manager of the Adelphl in Lon
don, who Is producing the piece. Sir.
Herbert Salinger. Sliss Sanderson's stage
manager, and Sir. Sam Meyers, who is
the manager of the company, and sev
eral local newspaper dramatic writer
HQW TO SECURE A $675
SCHUBERT PLAYER PIANO FREE
A. a special, award to stimulate en
thusiasm In the Merchants' and Manu
facturers" S5.0OO Contest in Tho Wash
ington Herald, The Advocate is going
to give away a m stnuoert t-iayer
This high-class Instrument lias been
nurrhased from the Joseph Hall Chaso
Piano Company, 1507 G Street Northwest,
mil will he nresented to the person cast
ing the most votes between the dates ot
January IS and FeDruary J. au.
Any one is eligible to compete this
extra contest is not restricted to those
entered in the main contest.
However, all votes must be cast for
some contestant, and 9 p. m , February 1.
is the closing hour for counting votes
In the piano award.
Washlngtonlans are too well acquainted
with the excellence of the Schubert
player not to appreciate the remarkable
character ot this liberal otter. This
piano has a handsome formed oak case.
automatic transposlft tracker device. It
la faultless In construction and tone.
Visit the contest building, 7H Thir
teenth Street Northwest, and see the
T Care Conttlpailon,
Don't dose the system with a lot ot dan
gerous habit-forming drugs. Physicians
everywhere are now prescribing HofTs
Lemon Seldlltz. the good-tasting saldllU
riwder All druggists sell it.
6EHE8AL FQRNISH1N6 STORE
Everythlnr tor father, mothar. and
3304 Ca. Ave. Col. 1334.
Qtt csr Totea but la BtriM, COOO Gratat.
large Can Corn 10
Raisins, 3 for. 3a
Citron, pound lio
Tomatoes. 3 cans 3
Us and 31 Streets.
Vt ttri !! k To BtavU I
Phone T.. 3w.
Greater Palais Boyal.
You' and your boy should learn
when to invest. There is always a
psychological moment. Now's the
moment to invest in a boy's over
coat, one that can be worn next
winter not less than at present.
'Invest to-day and profit in dollars
$12 Coab $8.00 $6 Coats $4.00
$10 Coab $7.50 $5 Coab $3.75
ttCoab $6.00 9 Coats $2.75
$7 Coab $5.00 $3 Coab $1.95
Also the psychological moment
to invest in Corduroy School Suits
for boys of 7 to 17 years. Now
$3.98 instead of .5.00, and $5.0tV
instead of $6.50.- Some with two
pairs of pants. v
8:30 to 6. G STREET.
THE SIGN OF
FOR ALL YOUR
Whether they be Pianos, Organs,
Player Pianos, Talking Machines,
Sheet Music, Musical Merchan
dise, Tuning, Moving, or Repair
Our prices will attract -.ou.
The Piano Merchant 1330 G Street
You're Invited to
Call and have a sitting. Tou
will be pleased with our high
Tour picture will be entered In
the beauty contest. Valuable
prizes to winners.
The Harvey Studio,
438 7th St. N. W.
We ;lve votea la The Herald
THE ericcs of our
decorators are in
at this season.
arc favored for ccry
social occasion of impor
tance. Estimates on ap
plication. J. H. Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
1 1 53 Broadd-av.
rROFZSSIOVAI. EDUCATION IN ACCOUNT-
uej. Practical work cspcdalij adapted ta sua
tmpIoTtd. tS-pacs bulletin. Call or addroa. Director
at Edacatlon. T. M. C. it. Ot Q St.. VTaahliirjpn.
MRS. EMILY 'fRECvTbARNES
to EbrmUi St. na. Uncoia HJa,
Era.. 3c Sc. & 50a Mata, an ants. So.
JASTES FORMS' JOTKDL COlffiDX.
THE TRAVELING SALESMAN
TIM Comedr That Tlas Slide Uilbceu
NEXT WEEK--SK HOrKIJS
ILLUSTRATED UASUB LI. IJJCTOnE
JIT, Tea SnlllYan,
(v. Ice Prealdent Chicago V. kite soi.)
History of the game portraved on
canvas. Pictures of the late WorlH'.
Under auspices of the Catholic Uni
versity A. A. Carroll Hall. 10th and G
Sts., Thursday ere. Jan..ri, S.15 p. m.
EDWARD A. HINES
National Theater. Thursday, afternoon.
January 30, at 4.30 p. m.
Tickets on sale at National Theater
and Fcrcy S. Foster's, lJ3o G St. nw.
Of Exceptional Merit
We. are offering at greatly
reduced prices many patterns
of table china that will appeal
to the housekeeper who takes
pride in the elegance of her
table appointments. The fol
lowing reductions are made
on oneof the pretty Austrian
patterns from our regular
stock a sample of the sub
stantial price savings during
our Clearance Sale.
GRBCX FLO n A I, BOROETt
C,00 Dinner Plates. dox....J3 5
J5.00 Rreakfast Plates. dor..J3.00
J1.C0 Tea. Plates, doz JJO
33.00 Bread and Butter Plates.
dnz. , 33.00
33 00 Dessert Saucers. doz..31.S0
33 SO Oatmeal Saucers, doz. .32 00
35c Individual Cream Pitchers
36 00 Teas and baucers. doz,34 00
37.00 Coffees and Saucers, '
35 00 After-dinner Coffees.
31.00 Salad Bowl, each SOc
Dulin & Martin Co.
Pottery, Poreelala, China, Glass,
1215 F St and 1214-18 G St.
barm, asd Sat.
la New FIit, by Ki4a Johnson Tom:,
"The Isle o' Dreams"
IhrrrtHm ot llcnrr Millrr
In tha Latest Gaiety Thmter Load.fi Masai
Era Darmpgrt. Tom Lenta. AUn Mudw ami 109
Qtha. Cart j in prtrniptlj it S p. n.
The World's Greateat Reunited:
Primrtse & Dockslader
Prlceai Eve- 23e to 91.50; Mata
SSc to f I.OO,
NEXT WEEK SEATS NOW
3rFA AIM . Twa,. Wd
Thnra. Kri. THE SECOND
I1KI.ASCO THEATER. Jan. S. 4:30 p.m.
TICKETS ON SALE AT THEATER
Boies S2I.S15. 519
Seats $2, $1.51, $1, 75c
Uoat Beautiful Theatre in Vmtric
Attrarttaaa Kqualtns tbe C Tiieatrf-i
lnlT 3lata.. c. iTta., S 5 and 73c
n ll-aw Ami ox stdUr Hit
Irmoi EiuiTim. uau heemit & ca .
25 I1010WU UTOU. W
LLS.V. It! EGOTR.
iVcanin 'Olli Paul Slortnn A. jcmi
I Rlaw HlL D.ii. Inn MaaaVv JL Co i.
uVI- PERCY HASWELL & GO
MTlM-:n TO-OW T3tl5
IMIIInm Elliott and l)alil 'llelaae
Too let TaiteiW riaj hi m-rra
THE GOVERNOR'S LADY
DoKt lrm tta tram Knu at t&a Rej-ltllc
Theat rw Tork
Mnvf UIaa( Mat. 1ed. find nt
u1 WWCCIV j.t Tnuradar
Tbe 3lu!ral Hit of Three Continent.
THE QUAKER GIRL
With Inn Claire and IVrrlral Knight
MARDI GRAS WEEK
. Srnsattonat Offrtiae; v
And 4,000 Feet of Speelal Motion Pie
ture Kllma. The breateat Entertain
ment ererjr ottered In Washington nt
Sunday Msht Poira Elite Concert.
Two Perfannaacea Dalb-tr
"THE LOVE ROSE"
With Cbarlls Howard. Nellie Floruit, and a Sup-
portlm Gait of 91.
Next Week-'THE COIXtCE GIItLS -
SMOKE IP I rat?l Inafl MATlNEa.
YOU LIKE. blWEUIII UAILV.
Tna lata of Thna All.
The Jardin de Paris Girls
And the To Well Known FaTOritM.
LLO STE1NS and LYDIA JOPS-
AdJed Attraelkm-UILLi: FOCUEUE A. to.
In Utnt Art Stndlta.
rninvY mi.ht-cocvtky STOttfc
.Ntit Weri-TOU M1M3T3 HOHEMIANg
Largest Horning Ciicuktwm.