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THE WASHINGTON HERALD- WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29. 1913.
Easy Way to Cleanse
the Hair and Scalp
"Nature intended that every woman
should have a wealth of beautiful halr
i hair that can be arranged Into an at
tractive colSure which accentuates her
physical charms." writes Mrs. Mae Alar
ityn. beauty authority.
"Much depends upon the cleansine
bath. If it be of an alkali nature, the
scalp and "hair-follicles suiter Injury and
the hair grows dull, brittle, and falls out.
A shampoo mixture made by dissolving
one teaspoonful canthrox In a -cup hot
i water sently. yet thoroughly remoes.
eiery trace of dust and dandruff and so
energizes the hair-roots and delicate tls
"buis that they become strong and
healthy After rinsing, the scalp la clean
and pliant and the hair Is soft, glossy,
and easy to do up. Canthrox shampoos
not only promote a healthy condition, but
encourage an abundant and silky growth
t For Satisfaction Just Try
i Perfection 01 nf
A rich, mellow, smooth
3 Whiskey that "hite the spot" as
; a beverage, and is an Ideal me--I-
i Sydney Guggenheim,
.1: 1632 Uth SLN.W. North 813
-f. V, Che Voir in Herali CS.K0 Coated.
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i Table Luxuries. Elgin Butter.
236 E Sti N. E. Phone L. 497
JT. Gin Votes la Tbs Herald's CS.0M Cootsst.
LOOK BAD, DO THEY?
cleaned, repaired, snd pressed to
look like new Don't discard them
because the are worn or soiled
W. H. FISHER
709 Oth St. nvf.
Phone M-1152 and IVe 1 III Call.
We Gil. Votes in Tile Uenld S3 000 Contest.
WASHINGTON BUTTON CO.
Phone Main 1031.
912 New York Ave. N. W.
"If It's a Button. We Have It."
We cive Totn la The Herald
526 H Street N. E.
Washington's latent and most up-to-date
Sample Shoe Store has re
cently opened with the most com
plete stock of sample shoes ever on
the market. Twill pay you to calL
W e cl ve Herald t5,0OO conteat Totes.
Detter bmTe those eyes attended
to notr. Delays are often narxnfal.
Wc Gl Vat a tn Tht Henld i CS 000 Contest.
513 12th St. N. W.
We Gin Votes In Tfcs Uenld s S3 00" Coots.
GENERAL FURNISHING STORE
Everything for father, mother, and
3304 Ga. Ave. Col. 1334.
C soar votes bsrs In Herald 3.000 Contest.
MEN'S SMART FURNISHINGS
The chop that sells the cleverest of
men's fixings for less.
M. LEVITAN & CO.
Call up Main 1419 for All Kinds
oi Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
623 D Street N. W.
W. Gits Vote, in 2b Bcrsld. 0.001 Ooatits,
Will repair your sewing machine
properly, no matter what make.
Bena postal, or phone 11-3ZJ5.
Corner 3d and H Streets N. W.
Vs Olie Votes la Tb. BeraU J3.0OB Causa.
Patronized by Particular People.
Choice Groceries and Meats,
WAHL & CO., 926 19th St. N, W.
- give Ilersld ias.000 eoatest votes.
GONOMY MEAT MARXE1
fffcere the test of Foodstuffs
I bid tt tb fenst prtTtJltaj
tricea. Urats. Fbb. ad .Vromlcu
409 Third St. N. W.
W Glte .ctes 1 Tb. Btrsld s CS.003 CoctssU
CStcj Illllui hilr. rellerei dmdjng. sootBss, s
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aix teg Cuter Shsaxios Cretss. n
O Oct !bcl redeessbls in S3.00O eontsat tor Q
cos rots (or etes penv remststss is Us
tetsil sale tries.
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TOPICS OF INTEREST TO EVERY WOMAN
why mrs. finley j. shepard is so
Loved throughout all America
By FRANCES SHAITICR.
Tears ago when beautiful, turreted
Lyndhurst fell into the bands of Miss
iRelen Gould, there were kennels for
packs of 'dogs on the big estate, and
there was a large bowling alley off from
the tennis courts. But she had no use
for, the kennels and none for the bowling
alley: at ' least, there were Ohlccs she
cared more about than fcr them.
So on the ground where the kennels
once stood there Is a building devoted
to her cooking and domestic science
classes. And the big bowling alley was
f turned Into a home for her sewing
And that Is the way It has gone from
that time to the day. when, "the most
beloved woman In America," as she hits
been called, cropped the name that had
come to stand for many beautiful things
for the new name, which doubtless will
grow just as pleasantly familiar in the
years to come. For nobody douDts tnat
Mrs Finley J. Shepard will remain the
same warm-hearted philanthropist, the
same gracious woman that she alwajs
Open to Children.
Bery Saturday morning daring the
spring and sunnier months Lynd
hurst's gates are opened Indeed, are
they ever closed? to the children who
come trooping in from Tarrytown, White
Plains, and all the near-by towns for
Instruction In sewing There are between
100 and WO of them, little girls and boys
for the boys come, too ana oiaer gtris,
all broken up into classes, with com
petent teachers in charge of the work.
And at the close of the sewing school
season comes tho great annual picnic
for the Lyndhurst .boys and girls, who
for years have enjoyed the bounteous
hosDltality of the big-hearted woman who
plans for their work and then thinks of
It 's a pretty big affair, this Lynd
hurst Picnic for the members of the
school are Invited, their families, even
their friends And Lyndhurst is beauti
fully made for picnics, because it is not
all laid out In staieij. iorraai gardens,
but the grounds are rich and spreading
in wonderful trees, green lawns, and
lcely roses that Invite the bojs and
jglrls to play. And they do play, games
Ol uu suris asm ucai-iiymua v t,c i-""i,
and tennis courts. , The big bojfe have
their athletics, the big girls the games
they like, and for the older folk there
are quieter amusements, while the little
ones can roll and tumblo about just as
Then come the prizes, work prizes, and
play prizes, and last of all refreshments
and home and the kiddies and all have
had a mighty pleasan daj
Recruited from .cnr-li Towns.
The cooking and domestic science
classes are likewise recruited from the
near-by towns starting with very little
folk and working up to oung women, all
carefully trained by teachers from New
York. The gracious mistress of Lynd
hurst has fitted up the school with com
plete cooking implements of all kinds,
and each pupil has her own set of work
And for vears she has entertained
"fresh-air" children during the summer
months, has opened her Woody Crest
home to crippled children and has made
all the neighborhood folk feel a personal
Interest In the big country estate that is
at once beautiful and simple.
Lyndhurst park and the Lyndhurst
conservatories have not been kept for
the enjoyment of the faored few. In
the greenhouses there are beautiful col
lections of tropical plants ana nowers.
choice specimens gathered from all cor
ners of the world, and for many ears
they and their beautiful park setting
have been familiar pleasures to tne ioik
In the vicinity of Lyndhurst.
They have known and enjoyed mem
all and they hae known and enjoyed
the hospitality of the woman who owned
the big estate and who dlpensed her hos
pitality with quite unusual hand.
Slrnncc Mixture of Gilts.
I And these are Just a few of the reasons
I for rhp stranc-e mixture of dfta that
went In wondrous profusion through the
gates of Lyndhurst.
For there were costly, ery costly, ex
pressions of love and good wishes, and,
side by side with them, were the simpler
gifts from folk Helen Gould had be
friended, the village folk, the girls and
boss from her schools, her employes and
a lot of others who did not want her
wedding day to go by without a reminder
that they remembered and loved her.
And, of course, there were the welceme
gifts from the officers, the soldiers and
sailors of the army and navy, and but
they seemed to come from everywhere
A gift from the blind In an association
In which she was interested was just a
bag woven by "the lighthouse weavers,"
Addressed to Women
That Backache of Yours
Is one of nature's warnings when all the joy of living has
vanished because of trouble peculiar to womankind. Don't
disregard this warning. Don't procrastinate. Now is
the time to take steps to regain health and strength.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
NO ALCOHOL NO NARCOTICS'
Has been recommended for over forty years as a remedy for ailments peculiar to women.
Thousands of grateful women have testified to its effectiveness. You, too, will find it beneficial.
As made up by improved and exact processes, the "Favorite Prescription' is a most efficient
remedy for regulating all the womanly functions, correcting displacements, as prolapsus,
anteversion and retroversion, overcoming painful periods, toning up the nerves and bringing
about a perfect state of health.
This tonic, in liquid form, was devised orer 40 years ago for the womanly system, by R.V.
Pierce, M. D, "and has benefited many thousand women. Now it can also be obtained
in tablet form from dealers in medicine, or send 50 one-cent stamps for a trial box.
Every woman ought
Pierce's great book, the People's Common
Sense Medical Adviser, a magnificent
thousand-page illustrated volume. It
teaches mothers how to care for their
children, and themselves. It is the best
doctor to have in the house in case of
emergency. Over half a million copies
were sold at $L50 each, but one free copy
in cloth covers will be sent on receipt of
31 one-cent stamps to pay the cost of
wrapping and mailing only. Address
Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hqtel
EDITED BY JULIA CHANDLER MANZ
as they aro called. It was very unpre
tentious, but "with every toss of the
shuttle" they fashioned a good wish 'for
the bride and groom, "so they wrote.
And then there were the resolutions
of thanks, the cheers and the good wishes.
from the 1.O0O homeless men fed on tne
day of the wedding. j t,
Verily, a strange, a1 significant mlxturt.
SOAPS INJURIOUS TO
MANY DELICATE SKINS
Soap of any kind Is positively Injurious
to certain skins. This Is because a deli
cate skin Is extremely thin,- and there
fore easily Irritated by free alkali and
Impure rancld'fats, which enter Into the
composition of many soaps. The Irrita
tion Is particularly- noticeable after the
use of certain perfumed goapsdus to the
acrid reaction caused by Impurities con
cealed by the- perfume, or else to the
alochol in the perfume Itself.
It Is for this reason that glycerine
particularly In Its pure form la to cer
tain skins one of the most dangerous
lotions that can be applied, particularly
those having a tendency to dry
ness. It has a great affinity for Water,
literally eating up the natural moisture
of the skin, causing it tolchap and crack
painfully. On the other hand, glycerine
is comparatively beneficial to oily sains,
though personally I do not advise It.
Sea salt In water answers the jurpose
much better than either glycerine or the
majority of soaps
Substitute Olive OH.
Abroad many women hae ceased the
use of soap altogether, substituting a
few drops of olive oil applied with a bit
of absorbent cotton. It is generally con
tended that olive oil will discolor the
skin, ana it is true tnat tn some
It will, but the oil Is so efficacious In
many other Instances, and otherwise so
harmless and helpful, that It Is well
worth a trial If, however, upon experi
ment, the difficulty exists, a rose-water
and oil combination, wnicn is wniie. wm
be found to produce agreeable results,
and certainly will be voted preferable to
the highly scented soaps.
Do not misunderstand me either that
soap is to be avoided or that all per
fumed soaps are Injurious. On the con
trary, a good, pure soap should be used
on the face at least once a week, when-
eer Its effects are not actually Injurious.
and there are several perfumed soaps
that con unhesitatingly be recommended,
for It must be admitted that without the
ue-of a soap one hardly feels thoroughly
clean Cleanliness K in fact, next to
godliness, and no one can hope to be
considered well groomed and really at
tractive, however regular her features
may be, unless her skin Is perfectly
clean. It may not be smooth and tine.
but It can be clean
Liquid soap, being more sanitary and
rather more economical than the cake
soap, is being used now privately as well
as in the public places, and here Is a
recipe in case J ou wish to be assured J ou
are using a pure soap-
Mix thoroughly together a small
amount of castlle soap, powdered or
finely shaved, a pint of orange water.
one-half dram of oil of cinnamon, one-
fourth dram of oil of violet, and one
half ounce of tincture of orris, and one
half ounce of rose water. Bottle It, and
It Is ready for use
LINCOLN CORPS IS HOST
Women Organisation Entertains
Other Branches of Department.
Lincoln Woman's Relief Corps, No R,
was the host of the other corps of the
Department of the Potomac at Grand
Army Hall last night. Miss Eveljn
Sims Is president of tho Lincoln Corps
The guests of honor were department
president. Mrs Margaret Walke-, and
her staff. Mrs Julia Mason Lay ton.
secretary: Marion B Lewis, treasurer.
Mrs. E. Davis, chaplln; Mrs. Anna M
Baden, press correspondent, Mrs Flora
Carnes, and department patriotic in
structor, Mrs. Isabel Worrell Ball.
Other guests were presidents of other
corps of the Department of the Potomac,
Mrs Ella Washburn, of Phil Sheridan.
Mrs Margaret Mahoney, of O P.
Morton: Mrs. Mamie Dent, of Charles
Sumner: Mrs. Alice Stein, of Burnslde,
Mrs. Nettle Kruger, of La Fayette,
Mrs. Ferguson and Sirs. Margaret B
Tew, of John A. Logan, and Mrs.
Greening, president of tne Department
Spirits of Wine Chnses Mildew.
Bindings of books that seem so prone
to mildew may be preserved from this
disfigurement by brushing them over
gently with a few drops of spirits of
to possess Dr.
"I wrote to yea about
sis months ago for roar
kind sdriee In retard to
my esse, writes Mrs.
Uszle White. At times
I sraa hardly able to be on
my feet, I bellere I had
every pain and ache a
woman could have. Had
a very bad case of uterine
disease. Ovaries were
very much diseased and
my back was very weak,
I suffered a great deal with
nervous headaches, in fact
1 M,ffM4 .n Aw... f Fnl.
lowed your directions as closely ss I could, and waa
well pleased with the results. I hsve taken your
Tavorlte Prescription' and tolden Medical Discovery'
for about three months and can now say that my
health was never better. lean highly recommend
Doctor Pierce's remedies to any woman suffsrlag from
female disease, and 1 do recommend them to every one
I see. Have Induced several to try your wonderful
madlctnes." Address furnished on request. I
AN ATTRACTIVE FB0CK. 1
J. tPn&l'' ?Alnitiwir -
r-u... vnnrrti fnHr4 nil. fafV.n tftT th
development of this pretty frcck. which.la.
mias m me very wkbi ,aa,iu ,,u
qulto simple to carr out The dres
The skirt is a two-piece model and the
dress has separate gulmps closing at tne
Th nntf.rn n flftTi. Ifl cut in size
34 to 42 Inches bust measure Medium
size will require . jards of 36-Inch m i
terlal and H ard of 14 Inch contrasting
goods, with . of a ara of 2-inch nll
over and 7 S of a jard of 35-inch lining
Width of lower edge Is 2 1-4 yard
by sending 10 cents to the Pattern De
partment of The vvaMiington iicraiu.
of ancient mexicans
Among the papers In the appendix to
the annual report of the Smithsonian
Institution for 1911, made public ester
daj. Prof Alfred M Tozzer, of Harvard
University, contributes interesting In
formation concerning the value of an
cient Mexican manuscripts In the study
of the development of writing
These manuscripts and those of Central
America have been much ncgletecd, ex
cept by specialists, an unfortunate state
of affairs, as they constitute Important
examples of primitive ideas regarding
art and illustration, as well as data of
great ethnological value. The countries
of Mexico and Central America are the
only fields of the N'ew World where any
appreciable data on prehistoric life other
than monuments. Implements, and other
objects are found
The manuscripts of Mexico are divided
by Prof Tozzer into two classes, those
written before the advent of the Span
lards and those written during early
Unfortunately, the material available
Is very limited The number of existing
manuscripts Is exceedingly small, for
through their efforts to stamp out the
religion, ancient doctrines and teachings
of the natives, the Spaniards destroyed
a large number of manuscripts The
few remaining are mostly In European
museums, although a few are in public
or private collections In Mexico.
The author fellows out carefully the
development of picture-writing into
phonetic writing, where signs are used
without regard to their meaning as pic
tures, but simply for their phonetic
This paper Is Issued separately from
BUSIER THAN BEES
Votes Growing ia Volume, Workers
Growing ia Enthusiasm.
Tbe 3,000 Contest nears Its last month
In whirlwind fashion,' abounding- In en
thusiasm on the part of every one taking
part In It Hundreds of contestants have
been' Inspired to redoubled efforts by
viewing- the magnificent awards.
The grand award, the S5.000 bouse and
lot, located on tbe southeast corner of
Tenth and X Streets Northeast, excites
tbe admiration of all who see It.
Many are visiting the automobile bouses
to inspect the four SL250 touring- cars.
The pianos and player pianos, together
with the majority of the other awards,
ore exhibited at tbe Contest Building, 711
Thirteenth Street Northwest.
Determination, backed upby ceaseless,
activity, will bring Its reward.
"While there will be an award for each
contestant, that fact makes the desire
lo win the higher awards all the more
The 5,000 house and lot, purchased
from II. R. Howensteln Company, 1X14
F Street Northwest. Is located on the
southeast corier of Tenth and D Streets
Northeast. It Is in. the midst pi a pros
perous, growing and refined neighbor
hood, and adjacent to a through car
line. This houso Is otfo that the owner
can take pride In It Is a home in every
sense of the wcrd
Six commodious roams and bath Insure
plenty of space. It .has hardwood finish
throughout and polished floors The front
Is of pressed brick and the porch, is In
colonial design, overlooking an attractive
Large elo.ets, oak mantels, polished
floors, combination electric and gas
lights, hot-water heat, laundry trays,
and servants' closets combine to make
this one of tho best equlppl homes It Is
possible to build and to sell for $3,000.
The four J1.S0 automobiles to be itlven
as first awards to Herald contestants,
ranking negt to the grand award In al
ue, may be seen at the establishments
Hhlch they were purchased. Here Is the
Two Reo tourlnc cars, purchased from
the Barnard Motor Car Company, 1512
Fourteenth Street Northwest, one Over
land touring car, purchased from the
Oierltnd Washington Motor Company,
SI1 Fourteenth Street Northwest; one
Studebaker (E-M-F) touring car. pur
chased from the Commercial Auto and
Supply Compaiy, Incorporated, 1313 New
York Avenue Northwest
The four Conmer Baby Grand Pianos,
purchased from Percy Fosfer, and the
four Schubert Plajer Pianos and four
Schubert Up-lght Pianos purchased
from the Jos-ph Hall Chase Piano
Compani, are displaced at the Contest
Building. 711 Thirteenth Street North
wast Here also are exhibited the ma
jority of the other awards
In a few dajs The Advocate will pub
'ish a complete list of contest awards.
The second award In each district, the
JTiO Conovcr Baby Grand Piano, Is wor
thy of particular mention, owing to Its
high position In the realm of music, as
well at Its Intrinsic value Like all Con
over Instruments, It Is a masterpiece of
construction The tone Is prefectly de
veloped, rich, sweet, and harmonious
It Is encased In righly figured mahog
any, and the design 1 unupually'attract-
lvi Every rart Is perfectly balanced,
and of high quallt).
Famous artists the world over have set
the seal of their aprrovil on the Con-
over Baby Grand, giving It a supreme
position among small pianos
The person who secures this award will
be fortunate. Indeed, as It Is an !nstru
ment the most critical music-lover would
be proud to possess
The Advocate's special award', intro
duced as an auxiliary feature to assist
contestants In tecuring votes, have been
Particulars concerning the special
award now being offered will be found
on the two-page section In to-dav's Her
ald Any one, whether a contestant or
not. is eligible to competo for the extra
A list of winners of special awards al
ready delivered follows:
Mrs. M. P. Thompson, 1HS N Street
Northwest, on November a 1915, received
a certificate for a ladys 133 suit.
Mr J. Finley. 331 C Street Southwest,
on November IS. I'll received a certifi
cate for a gentleman's 133 suit.
C. V. Gates. 119 Seaton Street North
west, a Schubert upright piano valued at
W0. on Decemher 7, 1913.
Mr. O J. L Bau. 1115 Eighth Street
Northwest, a $300 Grafonola, on Decem
ber a. lMt
Mr. G E. Connell. 900 K Street North
west, a Conover Baby Grand piano,
valued at J750, on January 13. 1311
The list of the twenty leading contest
ants In each district, arranged In the or
der of their relative standing, are as fol
lows: DISTRICT ONE.
C, n. Cornwell. 3313 P t. dtt.
II. naddoek, Florence Court.
J. P. Frey, 1224 SOtli St. nw.
Mrs. C. Lynn, 716 22d St. nw.
Edna O'Nell. 2031 II St. nw.
D. Webater. 1013 Pa. Ave.
J. M. Hart. 101 Calvert St.
J. I. lounjc. 2309 Ml.. Ave.
E. It. Green. TenBallytowa.
It. C. Hnnis. 1203 34tb St. nw.
Frank Lavessa, 2912 31 St. nw.
E. uev aucnn, zZ4 V St. nw.
Mrs. II. T. narnellle. 2R10 a St. nw.
Irene Lumpkin, 1001 23d St. nw.
E. II. Illnbork. Apt. 4M, The Plaza.
Mm. C. It. Evans. 1020 30th St. nw
John Cropper, 1137 20th St. nw.
G. A. romley. 1204 W Is. Ave.
I J. Krltley, 3021 Dumbarton Ave.
H. B.--VV ellman, 3033 M St.
Mrs. A. M. Bohrer, 101 V St.
T. A. Taylor, The Olympla.
Mrs. C. E. Campbell. The St. Lawrence.
L. A. Wldraayer, 2107 lat St. nw.
Mrs. O. IT. Blanton, 4412 Kansas Ave.
Mrs. Mlcbaelarra, 3004 14th St. aw.
Miss) E. A. Forneyi 612 R. C Church ltd.
E. C. nosber. The antneket.
II. L. Stevenson. 137 U St. nw.
J. E. Lynch. 4007 Eth St. nw.
It. Bakersmlth, 3070 X. II. Ave. nw.
Mayda Carnahan. 1733 Enclld St.
C. Wheatley, 132S Florida Ave.
a. D. Price. 2801 Georgia Ave. nw.
M. C Beaalae. 2000 Flager Place.
Mrs. E. Burner, 1111 Irvlna; St. nw.
Mrs. J. II. Bnrm. 1713 Enrlld St. nw.
X. D. Parker. SO Chaamluar St.
Louis nickerron. 724 Euclid St.
Mla N. a. ritzslmmons, 3378 13th
O. J. Le Beau. 1113 8th St. nw.
Frank Gerael, 1233 G St. nw.
Mrs. M. F. Thompson, 1213 X St. nw.
E. B. Glascock. 11 II St. nw.
Mi's Grace Turner. 1310 Maas. Ave.
n. A. Towson, 400 31 St. nw.
C. F. Beers. No. 4 Truck Co.
R. L. Hawllne. 133 E St. nw.
J. Finley, 331 C St. aw.
Sllaa Nelly Phillips. 704 C St. aw.
Mlsa L. IU Long;, 013 Florida Ave. aw.
Mlu J. A. Bloomer, 1017 10th St. nw.
A. A. Free-ton. 421 4lh St. nw.
Harry Cohen, 722 4th St. nw.
Elisabeth Burga. 030 Q, St. nw.
H. L. Poynton. 7 X St. nw.
O. S. Chapman. 120 F St. ne.
Sirs. 31. C Sweeney, 473 I St. aw.
Miss Edith -Warren. 1216 10th St. aw.
Mrs. B. H. Gibson, 700 X. J. Ave. nw.
Mlsa F. B. Eaner. 122 11th St. ne.
Thomas Sullivan, 610 Elliott St, ne.
James Qalgley, 232 C St. ne.
Mrs. F. M. nugiit, cos . c. Ave. ae.
Mrs- L. G. Helnllne. 812 X. C. Ave. ae.
L. F. Simons. 021 Sth St. ne.
Mararuerlte Smith, 421 G St. ne.
O'Leary, 723 X. Capitol St.
R. Georgens, 1707 Ft. Drive ne.
H. Alcorn. 1009 B St. ae.
II. X. Lewis, 729 8th St. ae.
Dr. H. K. Butler. 229 Oth St. ae.
Mattle Jones, 321 L St. ae.
C. J. San Felllop, 231 C St. ae.
Marmret Casaella. 403 C St. ae.
Daniel Mnrphy, 20 O St. ne.
Mrs.xM..Rouatrre. 007 4th St. ae.
G. J. Jaearer. 007 4th St. ae.
Blanche Slnle. 1428 Ames St. ss.
THE BUSY CORNER
Kann's Entire Stock S3 to S4 Evening Footwear
at January Reductions Timely Clearance News
This clearing out of top-heavy stocks right a the height of
the social season is an advantage to Washington .women. YOU
know the" quality of our Evening Footwear and will be anxioui
to share in these reductions.
All Our $3 Evening Footwear Reduced (o $2.15 Pair
Choice of Satin Slippers in all colors, such as v e How. blue. pink, white,
black, creen. and lavender; pumps and strap slippers, in patent leather
and kid; plain and beaded models; all sizes.
All $3.51 and $4 Evening Footwear Reduced to $2.65 Pair
i In this line are Fine Satin Pumps, In all colors, wltn French or Cuban
heels choice of royal blue, emerald, Mle, pink, blue, black, white, and
yellow. In all sizes and widths, g
W. FAMOUS AT HOME AND ABROAD ' fM
t th 2toenue anfc 30- Street
Favorably known for the Excellence of its
Cuisine and the Character of its Patronage.
Enlarged Roobu. 200NewBlhj. Every Modem Appcittmen
t "Yon can get it at ANDREWS"
I A new line of Box Pa-
per that we are showing
I is the most fascinating
I and attractive yet pro-
t duced. AD sorts of new
shades and shapes.
! 30c to 75c !
t to match. t
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1715 14th Street N.W.
Prices and Terms Made for I3ta ana
Washington. D. C. Philadelphia, Pa.
Ceraeterr Lots Bought. Sold, and
exchanged. Cremation Arranged.
Best Service Guaranteed
All kinds of wood, cloth, and metal
caskets furnished at moderate
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The Shoomaker Co.
X 1331 E Street X. W. s T
X Established 1833; Phone M 1158m J
i HOTEL LONGACRE
NEW YORK CITY.
47th St., Just Off Broadway.
Convenient to Everything.
Library, Billiard Hall and Restau
rant in Connection.
I All Rooms Handsomely Furnished.
I 75 Rooms, $1.00 per day.
100 Rooms, -with Private Bath,
$1.50 per day.
50 Rooms, with Private Bath,
$200 per dav.
OPPOSITE CARXEGIE IIALI.
56th St & 7th Ave.
NEW .YORK CITY.
LocateQ within two blocks of beautiful
Central Park and in the citys moat re
fined residential district, this excluslva
family and transient hotel offers more In
real UvmB and comfort than many
hotels whose accommodations are much
more expensive. The hotel Is within a
few blocks of the theater and shops
and Is only g minutes' ride from tho
Grand Central and Pennsylvania R. R.
staUons There Is no more Ideal stop
ping place for ladles traveling alone.
ROOM WITH USE OF BATH.
$1 per day and up.
ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH.
$1.50 per day and up.
APARTMENTS OF PARLOR.
Bedroom, and Private Bath.
$3 per day and up.
GEO W. OHARE. Mer
OLD POINT COMFORT
Tickets Including Stateroom and
Sat. to Mon .STJB
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ATLANTIC CITY RESORTS.
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Orn all rttr Roots en suite Prrnt bat&a.
Electric lichts, EKrator. Sun Parlor.
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