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THE WASHINGTON . HERALD. FRIDAY. JANUARY 24. 1913.
Woodward & Lothrop,
, New York WASHINGTON-Paris
Valentines and Valentine Favors Main Floor Eleventh Street
Friday Special in
We have secured a sample line
of Linen Centerpieces, Teacloths,
Doilies, &o, that were received
in this country too late to be used
bv the importer, and rather than
return them he took a loss which
results in an appreciable savin
to every one purchasing from
Marked at the
Usual Cost Prices.
Hand-embroidered Scalloped Linen Center
pieces, $1 CO. L33 and Jl 50 each.
Tea Clotha. .00 and (ISO each.
Hand-embroidered Hound Douiea, 6-inch aixe,
Hand-embroidered Round Doilie". 12 inch aize,
Second floor Eleventh at.
Friday Special in
Two distinctly new and ef
fective patterns in Open-stock
Dmnerwarc are offered greatly
below the usual price, v The best
English Porcelain in a smoothly
glazed surface of glistening
whiteness, daintily decorated in
pretty colored patterns of new-
design. First quahti in ecrv re
spect. with the exception that, a
few pieces show slight impencc
tion in color of designs, a little
lighter or darker than the
Marked at about Less
Than Usual Prices.
rMth floor-G .
Lace Curtain Department.
Tairfi. Curtain. Were
I Laret rabian . . .. $3.09
3 Irory Irish Point JG.00
Z RenlMsance $30 00
3 Renajsaance . .. .. $3500
Lacrt Arabian $33 00
6 Erru Clunr $10 00
3 Ecru Clnnr $7.50
Ecru Cluny $1100
6 White Iran ronit ..... $00
k Irorr Insh roint $3 00
6 White Renaimnoe $7-6
7 White Boo rrtnme $X50
3 Fanry White Sxmm . . . $300
8 Fancy Gem Srrun J3
Fourth floor C at.
Friday Clearance bf
Woolen .Dress Goods.
Remnants of Challis, Poplins
and other desirab'e materials, In
lengths of 1, Vn and 2 jards,
suitable for waist pattern, ki
monos and dressing sacques
Qualities remaining from our
own stocks, and formerlv sold at
75c, :M.OO and $1 23 yard.
Clearance price, 50c yard
Remarkably Reasonable Service
at Cafe Republique.
Getting what you pay for that's the certainty here.
Eery Cafe Republique charge is a modest one but everything
that is served at its tables is of the ery BEST quality pre
pared with the best skill and placed before you with daintiness
This is true whether it's the appetizing plat de jour at 40c
or the more elaborate Table d'Hote Luncheon at 50c
served now in the Main Restaurant as well as in the Raths
keller or the still more elaborate dinner.
Reasonable always and always right.
Close attention is paid to (he selection of features for our
entertainment and the artists who provide them. Refined and
enjoyable with weekly change of programme.
Fifteenth and F Streets
Regular Prices Are Upset
Now's your opportunity to take advantage of these reductions and
strengthen your wardrobe where it may be weak. You cannot do it for so
little at any other time.
J5 Military Neck Sweat
ers $3 00 Sweaters. In com
J3 E0 White Flannel
annel ajf rn
j: to S3 Odd Flannel 01 fin
Shirts 11. UU
$2 White Underwear ffl Of
Shirts and Drawers, each.,1'J
jz.50 to izio nats ci nn
Broken lots pl.UU
All $18 and h-i a i-j
$20 Overcoats. . . . Wj-1. O
You Needn't Suffer
With Headache, nor Neuralgia If you -will simply apply Mustarated
Camphollne according; to directions. It's the modern substitute
for old-fashioned mustard plasters. and camphorated oil but with
more effectiveness because of menthol and other powerful Ingre
dients. .IT CANNOT BLISTER and It Is clean and convenient to
Prepared by Hydro-Blene Chemical Works, Washington, D. C
SSe a Jar.
FOR SALE BT .
ALL I.KADIM; llUUt.t.lSTS.
W e Klve Herald 92,000 contest votes.
HERALD WANT ADS BRING RESULTS
Friday Clearance of
Unusual interest is cetitered in
this clearance sale of Women's
and Children's Trimmed and Un
trimmed Milliner-, because of
the exceptional savings possible
on desirable styles of first qual
ity. Trimmed Hats. $4 00 each.
Were $8 00 and $10.00.
Untrimmed Hats, 50c each. .
Were $1.00 to $2.00.
Children's and Mioses' Tailored
50c each. Were $1.00 to $2 00.
Second floor Tenth ti
Friday Special in
A lot of Women's Lawn and
Cotton Crepe Kimonos, in figured
and floral effects: those of lawn
arc made with square neck and
belted at waist: those of crepe
arc in empire style.
69c each Were $1.00.
A lot of Women's Outing Flan
nel and Cotton Crcpc Long Ki
monos, in figured and floral ef
fects, and a arict of styles.
$100 each. Were $1.75.
And these remnant:
S lmpnrtrd rink AlUtnm Neslifir. one haM
mbrotderrd the other beautifully lace trimmed.
Reduced from $16.90 to JS.00 each.
2 Imiwrted Pink Mbatrou Neslis turn back
cuff on lone sleeTcs flnthrd with hand-embroid
ered Msllorrd edec lleduced from $10.50 to $17?
t Women. Rlarl IVrraline and Sateen I'etti
cnata accordion plaited and r'am atjles. Re
duced from $1 00 to fir- each.
Women a rink and Lisiit nine Taffeta Silk
Petlicmls aomrdion plaited ami plain rtylaa.
KedtK-ed from $5 00 to CTS each.
a Women a unaoi McMfown low round,
or e neck, with short alerte., laco trimmed,
deduced fnro $1 00 to jc each
j Women a Nainsook and CroM barred MnaHn
Corvet Onera low round neck and full front,
trimmed with laco and embroidery. Reduced
from 50c to 3jr each.
3 Women a China Silk Corvt CoTm low round
iwk and full front tnmmed with lace insertion
and cdre. beading and nbbun. Reduced from
KS to SI 09 nch
Third floor Elerenth i.
Friday Special in
New Valenciennes Laces.
The first Valenciennes offer
ing of the new year finds us with
a particularly attractive assort
ment of widths and patterns in
both edges and insertions, and
alues that we doubt if we hae
ever before equaled. The best
French and German makes, in a
wide ariet of desirable pat
terns. In 12-ard bolts onl.
Special price, 60c bolt.
so Point d" Pan anl Flatt ale naennea
face. edje. and inrtiTH m coed widths, Aa
this l. the An lot in eome lime w hate, been
able to obtain a collection of exceptionally de-
Special price, 5c ard.
Main floor-G at
11 SO and S2 00 Fur nr
S0c Trousers Hangers or
the practical kind 3C
50c Suspenders many on
&oc ana 7ac caps or
BT0ken lots COC
All $22.50 and ji 0 nr?
$25 Overcoats. . . . tplO.O
Nine - Twelve F St.
The President and Mrs.1 Tart were the
guests of honor at a dinner riven last
night by the Secretary of the JJavy and
Mrs. Meyer. Invited to meet them were
Senator Lodge, Senator and Mrs. Ken
lands. Senator and Mrs. Murray
Crane, Senator and Mrs. Hoot,Rear Ad
miral Staunton. U. S. K.. the Superin
tendent of the United States Naval
Academy and Mrs. Gibbons, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Goelet, Mr. and Mrs. Oft
den Mills. Jr.; Mrs. Richard Townsend,
Mrs. Bowers. Mrs. Thomas Laughlln.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt. Mr.
and Mrs. Chandler Hale. Mr. and Mrs
Whelan. Miss Mabel Hoardman. Miss
Helen Taft. the Misses Mejer. Mr. and
Mrs. HUles. Lieut, Com and Mrs Iigh
Palmer, MaJ. Rhodes. U. S A : Mr.
Cadwallader. Dr. Cary T. Grajson. U.
S. N.; Lieut. Raymond Rodgers. U. S.
S. and IJeut. Andrews. U. S. N.
Miss Helen Lee and Mr Robert Swain
Peabody, of Boston, whose engagement
was recently announced, will be married
to-morrow at noon at the residence of
Mrs Charles Carroll Lee. mother of the
bride-elect, at 1771 Massachusetts Ave
nue. It will be a small family wedding.
and the ceremony will be performed by
the bride's uncle. Mgr. Lee, rector of
St. Matthew's Church
Mrs. Theodore Shuey is gUlng a dance
this evening at Rauscher's for her debu
tante daughter. Miss Dorothy Shuey.
The French Ambassador and Mme.
Jusserand gave a dinner -last night in
hpnor of the Attorney General and Mrs
Wickeraham. The other guests were
the Secretary of Commerce and Itbor
and Mrs. Nagel. Senator and Mrs.
Sutherland, tho Minister of the Nether
lands and Mme Loudon, the Danish
Minister, the Chief of Staff and Mrs.
Leonard Wood, the Assistant Secretarj
of the Navy and Mrs. Beekman Wln
throp. Mrs McConnlck. Mr and Mrs
Franklin K Lane. Mr and Mrs Hennen
Jennings. Mr. and Mrs Truxtun Beale.
and the Military Attache of the French
Embassy and Coui.tess de Chambrun
Mrs William Carroll and Miss Grace
Carroll entertained at n luncheon yes
terday at their r'.idence In Connecticut
Avenue Their guests were Mrs. Her
bert Pelrce. Mrs Pelrce Crosbj. Mrs
Edward Qualtrouzh, Mrs." Otto Tlttman.
Mr George Houland Chase. Mrs
Richmond Pearson Hobson, Mrs Wilder,
the Misses Sedgley. Miss Biehert. Mrs
Frank Pleadwell, Mrs Clapp. Mrs
Charles Tlttman, Mrs Grosvenor Miss
Jones, and Mrs Rremcr, mother of the
Mr and Mrs William Klild were hots
at a dinner last night at their apart
ment In Stonelelgh Court
Mn Chart's Boughton Wood left
Washington esterda for Atlantic City,
where she will remain until late In Feb
ruary. Mrs. John Legcet rultz. of New York.
Is visiting lK-r parents. Mr Justice and
The Congressional Club will give a
reception this evening In honor of the
Diplomatic Corps at the clubhouse from
9 SO until 11 30 o'clock
The regular Trlday afternoon reception
will not take place to-day
Among the patroncses for the produc
tion of Mrs Burleson's plav, "His Sec
retary ." and the dance following it,
which will be given to-night at the New
Wlllarrl. are Mrs Mathrw T Scott. Mrs
John Miller Horion. Mm Hoke Smith.
Mrs William Denis. Mrs Bankhead.
Mrs Perry Belmont. Mr Dudle M
Hughe. and Mr. Philander Claxton,
wife of the Comml'sloner of Education
Mr. and Mrs Theodore Williams Noes
have wnt out invitations to the marriage
of their daughter. Miss Ruth Nove, ami
Dr Ralph Walker McDowell. I S
The cenemonv will take place In St.
Thomas Church on Monday afternoon.
February U. at 4 o cloik
A small reception will follow Immeal
atelv at 173" New Hampshire Avenue
The bride's attendants will be her uls
ter. Miss Elizabeth Noes. and the bride
groom's si"ter. Miss Lillian McDowell, of
Altoona. Pa . as maids of honor
Lieut John M McDowell. USA. will
be best man for his brother, and the
ushers selected are as follow
Commander E R. Pollock. I" S N .
Lieut Commander C E Courtnev. U S
N ; Lieut. Commander W P. Brlckef,
1". S. N : Dr Car T Gravson V S N .
Capt. Louis McCarty Little l S M. C ,
and Dr George A Riker, V S. N
Representative William Kent of Cali
fornia entertained at a stag dinner on
Wednesday evening in one of the small
dining-rooms it the Shoreham The
gueMs were Representative Harrison of
New " ork, Rcprt sentativ e Harrison of
ilsMssippi. Representative Gardner. Rep
lesentative r itzgcrald, Representativ e R.
Tuttle, R"prcsntative Townsend. Repre
sentative Soullv, and Representative
Mr Sidncv Rallou entertained at a
luncheon at th' Connecticut yesterday In
compliment to Mr hebree. wife of Ad
miral S.hrcc. of California The other
guests were Mrs Duncan I Fletcher.
Mrs. Franklin K I.ane. Mrs Swagar
Sherley. Mr M E. Mason. Mrs William
P. Blddlc, Mrs Arthur Bates. Mrs. Rae.
and Mrs. Kemp
Mrs Ballou will give another luncheon
nett Tljursdav. She will not receive to-
Mrs. Arthur Jeffrev has loaned her
drawing-room to Mls Dorothea Skinner
for a recital of three Irish plays by Lad
Gregory and W. B. Yates, both famous
Irish writers. The recital will take place
Monday evening, January- :,, at 8 o clock.
Miss Martha Bowers was hostess at a
dinner last night In honor of Miss Isabel
Vincent, who is visiting Miss Taft at
the White House, afterwards taking her
guest to the New National Theater.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O Pitney, brother
and sister-in-law of Mr. Justice Pitney,
have arrived In Washington and are
stopping at the Shoreham Hotel.
Mrs. George Sternberg will be at home
to-morrow afternoon for the last time
Mrs. .Shuster and Mrs. W. Morgan
Shuster will not receive this afternoon.
Col and Mrs. "Robert M. Thompson
gave a luncheon of twenty -four covers
yesterday In honor of Miss Sallle'TVIll
lams, daughter of Senator and Mrs.
John Sharp Williams An informal dnnr
followed the lunch.
Mrs. Remej'a) wife of Rear Admiral
Remey, will be at home this afternoon.
Mrs J. Walter Heustls entertained at
a delightful tea yesterday afternoon for
her house guest. Mrs. John Capstlck, of
New Jersey.The rooms were charm
ingly decorated with sweet peas ajid
Mrs. Moody, Miss Lonsr. .and Miss
Brlce presided at the tea table, and
othcrSj assisting were Mrs. John D.
Works, Mrs. Borland, Mrs. Do Graw,
and Mrs. Gardiner
One of the1 most attractive home
ia fri tl ( n (- nf tli cionti Innt 1... 1--.
l-nlght when Miss Emily Plimpton Rider,
oaugnier ot air. ana .virs. Kverett P.
Rider, and Mr. Albert George Prescott,
were-married. The Rev. Dr. Edwards,
of the Church of thei Epiphany, per
formed tho ceremony, which was wit
nessed by tho Immediate family and a
number of Intimate friends.
The bride, who was given In mar
riage by her father, wore a. handsome
gown, of Ivory' brocaded charmeuse,
elaborately trimmed with white Chan-
tllly lace, and she carried a shower
bouquet of lilies of the valley.
Mrs. Leon Ulman, who was the ma
tron of honor, wore a. charming cos- J
tume of pink crepe meteor, trimmed
witn princess lace ana pearm. oiij
carried a bouqutt of sweet peas.
The two bridesmaids, the Misses Dor
othy and Mildred Rider, wore lovely
gowns of pink pleated chiffon trimmed
with point lace, and they carried bou
quets of Klllarncy roses.
Mr. Harold Prescott, of Boston, was
best man fo his brother.
The house was beautifully decorated
for the occasion wRh palms and roses,
and an orchestra played the wedding
A reception follovved the ceremony.
Mrs. Rider received her guests In a
gray brocade crepe meteor, gown, and
Mrs. Prescott. mother of the bride
groom, who received with her, wore a
handsome dress of black lace over
Among theout-cf-town guests who were
present were Mr.aand Mrs. Charles Pres
cott and Mr. Harold i'rscott. of Bos
ton, parents and brother of the bride
groom; Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Banister, of
Dorchester, Mass : Ml' Handy, of
Brookllne Mass , and Mrs. Jesse Kauf
man, of Baltimore, grandmother ot the
1-ater In the evening Mr and Mrs Pres
cott departed on their wedding trip. 'The
bride wore a becoming suit of blue chev
iot and a smart gray hat.
Mr. and Mrs J. R. Bradley, of New
ork. are spenBIng n few days at the
bhoreham en route to Palm Beach.
Mr. Edward Lauterbach. of New York,
has arrived at the Shoreham for a few
mong the many guests at Mrs Su
sanne Oldberg's delightful muslcalc on
hunduy were Mrs William Douglass, Miss
Julia Douglass. Miss Zanc, Miss Jeannette
Mt-arns, Miss Couden, Mr. and Mrs.
Woodland Gates, Slgnor Corrado, Mrs.
Hines. Miss Cramer. Miss Heibergcr
Miss Spiers, Miss GrlxwuM, Mr. and Mrs
Garzlglla. Mls Sara Willard Howe, Mr.
R Mills SUby. and Mr Robert Stearns,
Mrs. Swavely presided at the tea table.
Mrs Byron S Adams and Miss Marie
Adams will not be at home this after
noon, hut will assist Mrs William Earl
Ambrost. at her residence. 1S3 Tark
Road Miss Adams has decided not to
leave the city this season.
SIXTH GRADE CONTEST
Closes To-night Great Interest Mani
fested in the Battle for
Just how enjoyable the Newman Trav
eltalks at the Columbia Theater on
Monday afternoons are is best appre
ciated by those fortunate to attend.
Tills letter will Interest teachers, pu
pils, and parents alike
Thomson School, January 3. 1313.
Gentlemen We thank you most heart-
fllv for your kindness to the fifth grades
of the Thomson School for Mr New
man s Trav eltalk, Columbia Theater,
tickets awarded them.
! The Niys and girls enjoyed evcrv min
ute in Rural France on Monday. It
gave them a chance to see and ltarn
about the pans of France which are
Wishing Mr Newman every success In
his work, we are, sincerely yours.
M " SMITO.
s v iioortE.
To-dav i the last day pupils of the
ixth grade have to send in their essays
on Switzerland Read carefully these
Sixth Grade bvnKRUAJD.
Monday Afternoon. January !7.
Seventh Grade MUNICH TO
BERLIN, Monday Afternoon. FeD
Eighth Grade - THE TOP OF
THE WORLD 1CEI.AND Mon
day Attemoon. 1-ebruary in.
Th Washington Herald has -irranged
to give ONE HPNDRED orchestra seat
tickets to each of tiieTlllthlS hU.M .i
TRWELTM.Kb at the Columma -Ine-i-tor
on. Monday afternoon, Januarv Zt.
and February 3 and 1", at 3 Si) p m
There will be SCO prizes In all Any
Sirl or boy attending the PUBLIC
SCHOOLS will be ellslble to enter this
interesting; educational contest
The subject of each of the Newman
Travcltulks will be assigned for a partic
The prizes will oe awarded for the oc t
essays on tho countries mentioned, for
etch erode, and will ho confined to th3
crtdo and country as set above. Each
("ay to be not more than 130 words, and
to Jje written on one side or tho pap-r
The name, address, and frradc ot the pu
n.l to he written at the eid of the essay
There will b twenty -live prizes of
two tickets each for the etrls, and twenty-live
prizes of two tickets each for the
Further particulars will be published
In subsequent Issues ot The Washington
Herald. School boys and rirls. write your
essays to-day. Address all letters to
NEWMAN TRAVELTALKS. EDITOR
HIE WASHINGTON HERALD.
Successful essayists to whom tickets
are awarded wjll be announced In Sun
nmprror' Cnp Missing;.
Mainz. Germany. Jan. 23. Gov eminent
detectives are searching for a historic
silver cub. used by Emperor 'William In
1S9S In toasUng the German troops,
which has rnjsterlously disappeared from
the Mains Mueum. News of the theft
of the cup, which was valued at 31.400.
did not become public "until to-day.
Lr X.V It! Ctt CXADM TV.
The best of tea
from the best of
land for the best
1. Satlal , ab-Tiiat Tktt.
Order Trial Package
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1 G Street Two Doors ast of'Eleventh. IL
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III ' To he "caiipht in the rain" Hi
I III means misery and clothes hurt. '
i Why not be safe? You need, invest I
as little as $5.00 in a Hadgman's
Gold Bond Raincoat with guaran-
,1 teed double shoulders. For $10 . I
instead of $12.50 the British style
gray cloth raincoats, with Presto
collar. Other up to $20. All
l guaranteed. I
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G. G. CORNWELL & SON, Inc.,
r"er:Bd 1415-1417 H St. N.W.
Phones Main 87S-876-877-673
GIBSON TO PRODUCE
"Grabbe and Runne" to Be Given at
Playhouse by the Players'
Combined efforts of the riavers' Our.
and the Plahoue of Washington have
btn enlisted in the production of a mu
sical i-umrdv tntitled "Grabbe and
limine," by Preston Gibson, with music
b I.ouia I Matthews, to l produced
at the Plav house on Wedncsdjv eveninc
February 15. and subsequently for fiv
performances, including matlne on
Saturday. The piece will be produced
under the personal ttage direction of P.
Tho Plaihou.e will furnish th club,
and the Plaeis' Club will provide the
plav era and make the production ot
Grabb and Runne ' i
The receipts from Grabbe and Runne' 1
will be Riven to different charities on the
several evcnliiK in ludins the WorkirK
Bovs Home, the Washington Plajcrounds
Association, the Bo fccouts of America,
and the Associated Charitic- so that
each iharltv will bcnetU hj each produc
tion or the pljv
"Grabbe and Runne is In three acts
nd whs HdoptctI bv Mr Gibson from an
immenselv amwing and successful
French' farce, which was produced some
time sm in Pari"
Mr. Gibson has laid his scene in Phila
delphia and Atlmtic Citv. thus slvins a
chauce for Mt attractive stage setting
During tile week of April S the Plavcr
Club will also produce a musical comedv
of lifo called Decatur of Dakato ' It is
written bv Willi im llolcqnili, the scene
being laid at the United fctat-v Naval
Academy at Annapolis. The casts for
both productions are practically com
plete, but at present tho riayers Club s
attention will be devoted to "Grabbe and
Runne." as tint will be presented more
than a month in advance of "Decatur of
Preston Gibson s play, "The Turning
Point." which was on 9 of the successes
In New Tork, opened last Monday at
Camden, N. J , for an indefinite run in
the popular-priced houses. Mr. Gibson
also has leased "The Turning Point" for
the Southern circuit, the play open
lng next Monday.
Mr. Gibson's latest plav, "S. O. S.," s
thrilling one-act plalet, will shortly be
produced in New York by Mr. Pat Casey.
The performances for the arlous char
itable organizations will be given on the
February 19 Benefit of Emergency Hos
February 30 Washington Playground
February a Working Bovs' Home.
February 23 (maUnee) Boy Scouts of
February 33 (night performance
'MOVrES" FOR CHARITY.
Girls' Krlrnillr Society In CUaricr of
Colnnlnl Jhe-nter for Dux-.
The management of the Colonial
Theater to-day will place the house at
the disposal of the Girls' Friendly So
ciety for a benefit which the society has
A bier double bill of high class motion
pictures will be shown from 10 . m. to
11 p. m.
The committee In charge Is composed
of Mrs. L. W. Austen and Sirs. Giles
S. Rafter, i
It has been an annual event with the
management of tho Colonial Theater to
Blre this society the use of the theater
and pictures one day in the j ear 'and
it is expected to-day's attendance will
be greater than previous jenrs.
The Oldest Itemed? Knovra
Is a seldllU powder. All ahyslcUns pre
scribe It for all troubles of the stomach.
liver, and bowe't. Tou can now buy a
Kood-tasUnc seldlltx powder. It Is called
HofTs Lemon Eeldlils.
RAINCOATS 1 1
Thec Jam are famous for their purity and
can alvvajs be found on tables of thoe who want
the best. We are reducing the price more than
half to introduce this Jam.
Individual Jams, each '. . ." 8c
Per dozen 80c
All kinds. Send for our Price List
For the Table
"T E create notably effect
ive decorations for
luncheons and dinners.
May we sugge-t something
distmctie for our next din
ner party 5
J. H. Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
Waldorf-Astoria an J
THE SIGN OF
FOR ALL YOUR
Whether the be Pianos, Organ',
Plajcr Pianos Talking Machines
Sheet Music, Musical Merchan
dise, Tuning, Moving, or Repair
ing. Our prices will attract ou.
The Piano Merchant 1330 G Street
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store with the complete
stock and the little prices.
Small's Hardware Store, 713 7U, St.H. W.
ar Glf otta In Tha UrraJd a &CD0 Obauat.
rnOFXSSIONAL EDUCATION IN ACCOUTrr-
aner. rtaetieal vork rtpeciallj adarjtrd to nn
tlaplorrd. t! rare bulletin. Call or a&lrtaa. Director
t Evocation. 1. U. O. A, EM G St.. vYaahlnjttn,
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
Id Eetmtli SL ra. Uncus ttja.
Em. Se, Xr. & Be. Mat all arata. Zk.
jvme.1 ronnts' Jojtin. comedy.
THE TRAVELING SALESMAN
Tbe Comfdjr That Hai Made Muliona
EXT t..k -SIS UOl'kl.Ni. "
Of Exceptional Merit
We arc offering at greatly
reduced prices many patterns
of tabic china that will appeal
to the housekeeper who takes
pride fn the elegance of her
table appointments. The fol
lowing reductions are made
on one of the pretty Austrian
patterns from our regular
stock a sample of the sub
stantial price savings during
our Clearance Sale.
GREEV FI.OR.!. BORDER
1 00 Dinner Plates, doz . .S3 SO
S3 00 Breakfast Plates, doz.. S3 00
SI 0 Tea nates, doz . . .SIIO
S3 00 Bread and Butter Plates.
S3 00 Dessert Saucers, doz SI SO
S3 :o Oatmeal Saucers, doz. S3 00
I3c Individual Cream Pitchers
S 00 Teas and Sauce's, doz 34 00
S7 00 Coffees and Saucers.
doz. .. . . -.34 00
SJ 00 After-dinner CofTecs,
doz. . .. . ..S3 00
SI 00 Salad Bowl, each :0c
Dulin & Martin Co.
Pottery, Porcelain, China, Glass,
1215 F St and 1214-18 G St
nr.il ' r.i
tlneea 2: IS
burs, and Sat.
la a New rhr. br KM Johnson loung.
The Isle o' Dreams"
IMr-rilnn nf Itwirr JtiU'r
la tbs Latnt Uitij Thtatrr Londjn Mtmcal
The Sunshine Girl
Era lUrrarmt Torn Lrwfe Alan Mudi. and 100
OthrK. Ciirtaln iwniUy at 8 r ra
Sunday VI. Monday "3T0
BELASCO To-night st S:2C
DC-a' Vlat at. SSO.
The World's Greatest Reunited!
Primrose & Dockstad
Trices: Err.. 23c to (IJSOt Mi
Xic to SI. 00.
NEXT WEEK SEATS Nl
Ioa Tor VVrf
Sat Fin VVM. Mat
TWi. 'ri. THE BECOME
' rrir C.jO C.00
SiCO. On aale a . , . . .
im.or-t l-th & ; The Great Insh
nUI.VSCO TIinVTKIt. Jan. S. 4m p.i
TICKETS ON SALE AT THEATSR
Boies 520, S15, S10
Seats-$2, 51.50, 51, 75c
1 MPOUTE VAUDEV1LLEE
I I Mit liaillitnl Thtatrn 11 Vm a
tjitiaiti c ir . Tbcat p.
Ijl Vial 3r hrrs. Si I - ! "jc
In VII V ra ot t lar Hu
IlltlOn 6H5llllE. IIJRI PIEBPOU & CD ,
25 BRotcwu jtcroas. 11
JlacK 4 VI oreis
Washington KH Kndnrrrl
etr frk' Aerdlrt
THE GOVERNOR'S LADY
The Moslral Hit of Three Continents,
THE QUAKER GIRL
With Ina tlslrp and PereUal Knight
MARDI GRAS WEEK
A Sensational OtTerlnr; or
And -1.000 Feet of Special Motion Pic
ture Kllma. The (ireatest Katrrtaln
ment every offered la 'VVnahlncton t
Sunday Maht Poll's Elite Concert.
To rerfoniuuxTs Dilif by
THE COLUMBIA B3RLESQUERS
"THE LOVE ROSE"
With Charlie Howard Nfllit Florrde, and Sas
rortine Caat of u
Xait Wwk-'THE COLLEGE GIRLS"
OL Ukt L. Y VCU IWl DVILV
Tba Leaders of Ttirm AIL
The dardin de Paris Girls
Vwt tlt Two Well Known Faronte.
LLO tnt.ll.NS and LDI JOI-ST
Added Attnctwr- MILLE ttlL'.rJSE & CtX.
In IJiins Vrt "Wortlm.
. KklllW NII.HT rrL'NTIt STORK.
Neat Wi-TOM MINEn"S BUIIJJIVNS.
EDWARD A. HINES
National Theater. Thursday afternoon.
January sn, at 4 20 p. ra
Tleket pn sale at National Theatr
and Percy S. Foster's. i::o G St, nw.