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THE WASHINGTON HERAIZ). WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 29. 1913.
Woodward & Lothrop,
New York WASHINGTON Paris.
Willow Furniture in an
Exceptionally Large Display.
WILLOW Furniture, made from the highest-grade French
willow, has so many virtues that we are not surprised
at its popularity- Ours is made entirely by hand, is
light weight, strong, and durable. It is flexible and readily con
forms to any position the body may assume.
The increasing use of Willow Furniture makes it necessary
for us to be continually enlarging' our assortments to be able to
meet the demands of our patrons, who come to us, firm in their
belief that ours is the best obtainable in every respect. That all
are fully satisfied with their selections justifies this belief.
"Attention is especially asked to the showing of Easy Chairs,
Armchairs, Rockers, Settees, Couches, Tables, Lamps, Stools, and
man' odd and unusual pieces in natural, brown, and green colors.
It can be stained or enameled any desired shade.
Specials in Natural-finish Willow Furniture:
Bar Harbor Chairs $2.90
Bar Harbor Eockers $3.90
St. George Chairs $5.00
Fourth ocr Q at.
Swiss Aluminum Saucepans
Specially Priced at 35c Each.
BEST Quality Swiss Aluminum Lipped Saucepans of the
same identical quality and style as regularly sold at one
third more. This assortment comes to us with our large
importation just received, and are billed considerably under price
by the maker in order that we may introduce them quicklv.
35c each worth one-third more.
We invite attention to the complete showing wc arc now
making of Swiss Aluminum Ware, in pieces for even- kitchen use.
This ware heats uniformly throughout, and retains its heat an
exceptional length of time. Will not crack or peel.
Fifth floor Eleralh at.
Willow Clothes Baskets, 1-3
EST quality imported French willow, is: oval shape and reg
ulation size, re-enforced to afford the utmost strength and
fitted with strong handles. Each and every basket is per
fect and carefully and durably made, so that the saving which
this special offering affords is a genuine one. The quantity being
limited, early selection is advised.
88c each. Regularly $1.35.
Hflh Sorr- THermta at.
Special Sale of Brooms.
FULL standard make in every detail; made from extra se
lected corn stock, with plain polished handle. A quality
that ordinarily sells for 40c, but bought by us in especially
large quantity in our determination to give the best possible value.
1-ifth floor E3eTitli C
Only One Left.
406 & 8
B St. N. E.
S300 CASH BALANCE MONTHLY
Six rooms and bath.
Hardwood finish throughout.
Iarce lota and parkins.
Double porches, 7 by IS It.
Holland window shades.
Open and Lighted Evenings Until 9 o'Clock.
1314 F St. N. W. and 7th and H Sts. N. E.
Of your uslnu Mustarated Camphollne, bocause he knows that It
Ingredients are powerful and poent, but, applied externally, are,
WONT BLISTER: It Isn't mussy. But It will get at that head
ache In a Jiffy and cure that Sore Throat overnight. The modern
substitute for mustard plaster and camphorated olL
Manufactured by Hydro-BIene Chemical Works, 'Washington, D. O.
25 cents the Jar. ;
FOR. SALE BT
ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS.
We rive Herald $25,000 contest Totem.
Special Jordan and OQ
Chocolate Almonds.lb. 017C
These delicious Candles will please
the most fastidious tastes.
133 H St. N. E. 951 9th St. N. w.
We tire Herald (25,000 contest -votes.
W !'?. Veto la Tha Beratd'a COB fcantajt,
Less Than Regular Price.
Extra larije closets.
Tared streets and sidewalks.
S. C. Palmer & Co.
1066 Wisconsin Ave W. 190
We give Herald C5.0O0 contest votes.
Bf M M If you aro in doubt
V II W concerning what kind
W or color Paint to use
af ask Hodgkln.
W cl Herald SX00 contest' totzz.
aH tralH &M fl W H
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A beautiful wedding took place at
noon yesterday at St. John's Church,
when Miss Margaret 8. Cotton Smith
and Mr. Guy Emerson were married.
The Rev. Dr. Cotton Smith, father of
the bride, performed the ceremony In
the presence of a most distinguished
The historic old church was beauti
fully decorated with Southern smUax
and Easter lilies. Tall standards filled
with lilies marked tho pews reserved
for the family In the center aisle
through which the bride, who was
escorted by her brother, Mr. Cotton
Smith, walked, preceded bv her bridal
She wore a handsome frown of Ivory
satin, trimmed with exquisite point lace,
which had adorned her mother's wedding
gown also,. It was caught here and
there with tiny clusters of orange blos
soms. Her tulle veil was becomlncty
arranged with orange blossoms and she
wore n diamond crown, the gift of her
.mbij 4ic.auiey, mem ma oil.,ron rj.-nm- of lnnrhn
honor, woro a gown of a. verv delicate. I "arraon Dawson ' wncneon,
shade of pink satin draped with ecru
lace, and panniers of pink taffeta. The
corsage was made entirely of the lace
cut V at the neck. A large black velvet
picture hat with a pink plume and a
muff of pink taffeta trimmed with
ruffles of pink chiffon finished off her
The brld'smalds. the Misses Julia .and
Alya Meyer, daughters of the Secretary
of tho Navy, and Mrs. Meyer; Miss
Violet Thayer, of Boston; Miss Mary
Wood, Miss Mary Duryea and Miss
Harriet Post, of New Tork, more pic
turesque gowns of ecru lace over flesh
tinted satin, with panniers of blue
taffeta. They also wore black velvet
picture hats trimmed with blue feathers,
and carried large muffs of blue taffeta
with blue chiffon ruff!
Mr. John Marsh, of New York, was the
best man and tho ushers were Lord
Eustace Percy, of the British Embassy
staff; Mr. Bayard Tuckrrman. of New
Tork; Mr. Kenneth Carpenter, of St.
Louis; Mr. Ralph Hornblower. of Boston:
Mr. Chalmbers Wood, of New Tork, and
Mr. James Curtis, of this dtv
A large reception followed at the Rev.
Dr. and Mrs. Cotton Smith's residence
In Rhode Island Avenue.
The decorations there were also In
white and green, which contrasted
prettilr with th gray walls of the
drawlng-roow. where the nonly married
couple received In the window recess.
assisted by the bride's mother, who
or an elegant gown, of black velvet
and point lace nlth a black hit trim
med with white plume Dr and Mrs.
Nathaniel Waldo Emerson, the groom's
parents; the Rev and Mrs William
Grcenbough Thayer, of Boston. Mrs.
Post, of New Tork: Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Appleton. Mr. and Sirs. Bayard Tucker-
man ana ilr. and Mrs. Chalmbers Wood,
of New Tork. were In the large family
party from out of town, which met here
tor tne weddlns;.
airs, tmerson has been an especial
xavonie ncre since her debut several
ears ago, her beauty end great charm
or manner having won her many friends
She ws showered with magnlfllcent
gilts ana many sincere good wishes on
tne nappy occasion of her weddlne.
The bride's traveling dress was
dark blue cloth, with a small blue hat
of a lighter shade. After their weddlnr
inp Mr. ana airs, Emerson will return
to this city to reside. They left her
lain yesicraay aiternoon.
Miss Helen Taft and Miss Isabel Vin
cent were present at the church and
afterward went to the wedding break
fast. Mrs. Meyer, wife of the Secretary of
the Navy, will hold her last Wednejrfav
reception to-day. She 1111 be assisted
by Mrs. Belknap. Mn. WInthrop. Mrs.
Chandler Hale. Mrs Wolcott Tuckerman
and Mrs. L. C Palmer.
Mrs. Fisher, wife of the Secretary of
the Interior, will not receive to-day nor
again this season, owing to the death of
the Secretary's father.
Mrs. Theodore F. Shuey gave a lunch
eon jesterday for Miss Dorothy Shuey
and her girl friends. The decorations
were exeremely pretty, and the guests
were the Misses Helen McCumber, Sally
Williams, Luck Hoke Smith, Barbara
Stephens. Dorothy Dennett, and Almeda
Barr. Mrs. Shuey afterwards took her
gueBts to Miss Flora Wilson's concert.
The Secreary of the Navy and Mrs.
Meyer have sent out cards for a recep
tion on Friday night, February IS. at 10
o'clock, at their residence in Scott Cir
cle, In honor of the officers of the navy
stationed at Washington and their wives.
The board of governors and members
of the University Club have cards out
for a housewarming on Saturday evening
next from 9 until 11 o clock.
Mrs. J. Charles Llnthlcum. wife of
Representative Llnthlcum, gave another
of her afternoon receptions yesterday
in her apartment at the Dresden. The
drawing-room and tea room was deco
rated with vases of la Caprice roses.
and Mrs. Llnthlcum was assisted by Mrs.
F. Wilder, of New Tork, and Mrs.
A. Allen, while Miss Gesevtve Clark
and Miss Rla.no presided at the tea
Mrs. Llnthlcum wore for the after
noon a gown of blue cnarmeuse, wits
Mrs. Randolph McKlm was hostess at
a luncheon yesterday at her residence In
Mrs. Hennen Jennings also entertained
at a luncheon yesterday at her residence
In Massachusetts Avenue.
Miss Mary Griggs, of St. Paul. Minn.,
Is visiting Mrs. Henry F. DimpcK.
Mrs. A. E. Bates win entertain at
dinner at the Chevy Chase Club Satur
day evening In honor of her house guest.
Miss Swope, of rorth Carolina.
Mrs. Charles Howry gave a large card
party yesterday afternoon In honor of
Mrs. Henry DimocK, followed by an In
formal tea, to which additional guests
The dancing contingent of Washington
society Is much Interested In the forth
coming Georgetown Junior prom, which
will take place In the large ballroom at
the New Wlllard on Monday evening,
February 3, at 9 o'clock. From present
Indications It promises to be a great suc
cess in every way.
Mrs. Orlando H. Smith and Miss
Lanette Hlne Smith will be at homo this
The Junior Auxiliary of St John's
Church will give a valentine tea on Sat
urday afternoon, February J, from 2 until
6 o'clock at the parish ball. Sixteenth and
Mrs. Eugene W. Watson and Miss
Katherlne Watson will be at horns on
Saturday afternoons, February 1 and 8,
at their residence, 1407 Twenty-first
A meeting under the ausnlcea of the
Woman's Suffrago League will be .held
at 8 o'clock on Thursday evening at J10S
street, cr. Wlnolglor. of this eltv.
and Miss Bums, of New Tork. will b
the speakers. -
Miss Mildred, Bone, daughter of XTr. I
and Mrs. Scott C Bone, formerly of this I
city, but now residing la Seattle, -Wash..
where Mr. Bone Is editor of the Post
Intelllgencer.. la visiting Miss Edith
Cohen, of Wyoming Avenue, and will
also be entertained during her stay in
the Capital by other young friends. Miss
Bone will be pleasantly remembered by
the members of the younger set and by
her parents' old friends, and will be as
sured of a most cordial welcome and
will renew many delightful associations.
She will remain In Washington until
Arrangements for the ball, to be given
at the navy yard on March 24. are being
made by the following executlte com
mittee: Mrs. Alexander Sharp, chair
man Miss Nourse, Mrs. J. I Bayard,
Mrs. C II. Davis, Mrs. Henry Jouett,
Mrs. W. W. White. Mrs. Henry ft Bar
roll, Mrs. Frank E. Beatty, and Mrs.
H. C Mcintosh.
Capt. A. L. Wlllard, U. 8. N., will bo
chairman of the floor committee.
Mrs. Dr. Frank IL Towner yesterday
Informally entertained Miss Dorothy
On Monday afternoon Mils Agra Ben
nett, of West Virginia, entertained at
tea at tho New Wlllard In honor of Miss
Hubbard, the guest of Miss Ruth Hitch
cock, and Miss Mary Louise Swope, of
Blltmore. N. C The other guests were
Miss Hitchcock, Miss Anna Creble. Miss
Mnry Howry, the Misses Hill, Miss Nancy
Johnson. Miss Blackpool, Miss Cunning
ham, of New Tork: Miss McChord. and
I her guest. Miss Parker, of South Caro
lina, and Mrs. Hamilton.
Miss Dorothy Dobyns gave a bridge
party for forty guests yesterday in honor
of her visitor. Miss MacPherson. of
PMIadelphla. The prizes at each table
wero sliver vinaigrettes, with the date
engraved. Miss Mary Tunstall will give
a tea for Miss MacPherson to-morrow.
MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. Arthur Murray, who
have been visiting their son-in-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ord Preston, left
Washington yesterday for San Francisco,
A most distinguished audience filled the
Bclasco Theater vesterday afternoon
when Miss Flora Wilson, daughter of the
Secretary of Agriculture, gave a delight
ful song recital. Time and again she
was given rounds' of hearty applause
by the enthusiastic audience.
Mrs. James R. Mann was one of the
boxholders. and had with her Sir. and
Jlrs. Gilbert Grosvenor, Mrs. Timothy
Ansberry. Miss Mattls and Representa
Mrs. Thaw entertained her cousins.
Mrs. R. Ross Perry and Miss Thaw. In
Other boxholders were: Mrs. Robert
M. Thompson. Mrs. Alice Copley Thaw,
tne -Minister from Guatamala. Mrs.
Mark Hanna. Mrs. John B. Henderson.
Mrs. Champ Clark. Mrs. Martin Knapp.
Mrs. Edward B. McLean, Mrs. Theodore
Shuey. Mrs. Louis Bennett. Mrs. Arthur
Ramsey. Mr Droop, and Secretary Wil
son, who entertained several Senators
and their wives.
Among the audience were Mrs. Mar
shall Field. Mrs. Richard Butler, MaJ.
Gen. and Mrs. George Lewis Gillespie,
Mr John Sharp Williams. Mi'i Amaryl
lis Glllett. Mrs. Glllett Hill. Mrs. Will
lam Adler Smith. Mrs. Edwin F Sweet.
Miss Sweet. Mrs. Henry Cleveland
Perkins and Mrs. Oore.i
Mrs. John Foots will be at home this
afternoon for the last time this season.
The Monday Evening Dancing Class
J "reoKy meeting last night at
the Playhouse. On account of the
ouuinem can it was postponed until
iiien. .-nrs. .Preston Gibson received
the guests, who were the regular mem
bers of the organiastlon. and a number
of out-of-town guests. A buffet sup
per was served at midnight, after
which dancing was resumed.
Continuing tho series of Wednesday
receptions, by which 1 Is mumIpiI tn
bring all members of the T. W. C. A.
into direct touch with the new quar
ters of that organization. t 93. tf
Street Northwest, Mrs. Charles W.
Richardson, second vice president of
the T. W. a A- and Mrs. John w w.n.
dall. chairman of the library commit
tee. io-aay win entertain about 250
young women members of the associa
tion ana tnolr friends.
A select audience last evening th.
Cecil, Fifteenth and L Streets North
west, enjoyed the third of the delightful
readings and Interpretations of the works
of Walt Whitman by Mrs. Clara Bewick
Civil Employes' Pension Opposed.
"Resolved, That the Government
Should Pension Its Civil Employes"
was debated at the Washington College
of Law Monday night. The affirmative
was upheld by Miss McCall, Messrs.
Gearhart and Burlow. The negative,
which was upheld by Misses Halpenny
and Sheedy and Dr. Wooster, was de
clared winner. The next debate will
be held February 10 In the class rooms.
Commeaded for His Bravery.
The Navy Department has commended
John E. Ames, chief boatswain's mate,
TJ. a N., at the New Tork Navy Tard.
for his bjavery in rescuing a child from
drowning In North River, New Tork, on
Gold Medal, London, 1911.
Largest Salt HIGH-GRADE Tea in World.
The REASON why Ridgways Tea is the WORLD'S
FINEST, is, that it is grown the world's finest tea
gardens, and cored and packed in snch manner that
the natural flavor is retained in the tea cup. Try it
-then you 11 know.
Taree Standard Grades
"RM.B"$1.00Ib. "5 O'Clock," 75c lb.
Capital Household, 50c lb.
In Sealed Alr-Tlght Quarter, Half, sad Found rkffs.
All HafB-dan Grocers
Order Trial Package
THE NEW. BOYS' SHOP
Second Koor of the Greater Palais Eoyal.
May Irwin declares she Is superstitious
about politics, but has not yet allied
herself with the women who seek a voice
In the affairs of the nation. Her super
stition arises from the fact that her first
starring engagement In Washington took
place at the New National Theater Just
at the expiration of Grover Cleveland's
last term, and net play was called "The
bssssse: rTTCf ?rr'-
lunw 'I ' v- .- f ; v-"M "
2ef$!n -f3 ."?
Widow JoneV And now, on the eve of
tho InauguraUon of the next Democratic
President, she returns to tbe same thea
ter In another "widow" play. Miss Irwin
believes If women should secure the right
of suffrage she ought to vote the Demo
cratic UcKet, although she confesses she
has no other reason than the coincidence
BAUD C0NCEET TO-DAY.
Br UtutM SUtaa BoMlm" Bcee Bud,
Otchwtn. 3dm 8. St. Z.TWniMaTiTi. direc
tor, in Stanley Hall, it la n n. rro-
March. ""aroir laat Charr" .JTann
Onrtorp. "Summer Mtfit'a Dream".. .Scn
En tr arte-
(a) "Jfetadie. en " Fnml
(b) "Menwtto all' AcSeo. en. a. No.
Grasd fantaaia, "Carmen"..- .Bizet
Rax o&lltr, "ltactlmB CMmea" (rgrottf)
Extrrpta from 'The Boj sod Betty".JIfn,
TTalU auite, "Squire d'ATril"........IerTet
llnale, "Old ComracW. .Teaa
"The Star Slashed Banner."
Favors Tax on Oplnm.
Chairman Francis Burton Harrison, of
the special subcommittee of the Ways and
.Means Committee, having In charge the
opium bill, held a session of his commit
tee late yesterday, at wnicn it was De
cided to report favorably and without
change to tho full committee the Harri
son bill to Impose a tax upon the pro
duction, manufacture, sale, and distribu
tion of opium, morphine, coca leaves,
cocaine, and their salts and derivatives.
Flood Situation Serloni.
Cant. William Elliott, of the Quarter
master Corps, who has been detailed to
assist refugees In the flooded regions of
the Ohio "Valley, yesterday reported that
he found a serious situation at Calhoun,
Ky. He bought there ten days' rations
for L500 persons and ten days' forage for
60D head of stock, lie has proceeded to
Ashbyburg, Ky.. where. It Is reported. 600
persons are In distress from the flood.
JrL. i - UsllBlBlBlBlBlBlBVe' -S
. -Y i . V.. -i - v,.
Suits and Overcoats
Were $5.00 and $6.00
The Suits are in Double-breasted and
Norfolk styles, in syses for boys of 6 to
18 years; some with two pairs of pants.
The Overcoats are for junior boys of
2j to 10 years. Materials include Chin
chilla, Kersey, and Melton Cloths; some,
with full belt, others with belt only at
A PASSING CHANCE.
It's only between seasons that
reductions in prices are made in
this New Boys' Shop. Each Suit
is marked at the lowest possible
profitable price in the first instance.
A merchant cannot and does not
lose money all the tirne it's only
$1.00 Trousers, 69c.
Very likely the Trousers are here to
match the Suit your boy is wearing.
Does his suit need new Trousers?
Tulips, Your favorite flowers
Jonquils, can always be had
Lilacs, here if available at
Sweet all. Violets. Orchids,
Feas, Gardenias, Caraa-
c. tions, and Roses.
J. ft Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
. NEW YORK
Don't ABANDON a good
gown Just because you have
worn It a good deal. Dyed
In one of the new shades,
you can make a new dress
of It at a trivial cost.
2132 Pa. Ave.
Caruso, Amato, Ruffo, Tetraz-
And scores of other stars, will be
produced right in your own home
it you will invest in a
Machines, $15 to $230.
Opera Records, 75c to $7.
New February Records Now
fiano merchant. 1330 G St.
Novel and Artistic
For the Table
OUR decorators se
pleasing results in
the arrangement of flow
ers for teas, luncheons,
Glad to consult with
you on this subject Our
estimates will reveal the
fact that distinctive dec
orations need cost no
more than commonplace
for McKiilLEY DAY, Jan
nary 29. Fresh cut speci
mens in abundance.
Phone St. 3707 or M. 370S.
&. Cor. 14th and H
DULIX A MARTCT CO.
tor the Home
COOKING by electricity
is enjoyed by many
New devices now displayed
are of special Interest, includ
ing Electric Chafing Dishes,
Electric Coffee Percolators,
Electric Egg Boilers,
Dulin & Martin Co.
Pottery, Porcelain, China, Glass.
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St
1. 1. mm. in
Tonight at 8 lOO
CHARLES FROIIMAN masts
In the Latwt Gaiety Theater London MaaJ
The Sunshine Girl
With JOSEPH CAWTHORN,
Era Datroport. Tors Lewis, alan Vodle, Veran
Castle. Flosala Hora. Eileen Kearaer.
ami 100 otfcem
H EXT WEEK I
SEATS NOW SELLIKO.
New Un&Ie, Gowns, Socss; Same Great CSjC
Friiir, .11.31, 4:10
ITicra. J1ML $!.
SUI. (Loo. Bases,
C00. Oa aale at
Droop'a. 13th A G.
The Brest Irish Tenor
BELASCO " TO-IGHT AT 8
To-morrow and Balaaea-of Week.
THE SECOND MRS. TARQIEMY
WeJ. Mat,. Sc to H. an. Mat.. 80e to UJ8.
M3T WEEK-W TIMES- Mihtaw I Jtata,
Broadway to Paris
XfbtM. S to 3V-: Tnea,. Wed., and FtL Mala.
beat aaao. C Hat. MaL. hUiiejc men. SJO.
Matinee To-dar. 50c, fXOO, aad fUSO.
Tbe Musical nit of Tares Continents
THE QUAKER GIRL
With Iaa Claire and Perelval Kursjat
Next Week -.
Inimitable MAV IDlAJItU
in WIDOW BY PROXY
IMJ Attractions ETpaJtej the C Theatre
V.M WaatUESton 'A Own Great star
rercy nasweii c wo.
In "Master Wfll'a Flajera-
Frank Fogarty mM1"
CIjm. Mtric ft Co. rrtt Jnncmma
Tiwrrr l fc Flutote Htntnua, Ac.
EXT WEbK-Tb Burtairstir
KTlHughie Jennings figK
ta toe new .alucetu uuirr aaccrsrn
farewell Week at VandevHle.
super t mil Headed by
"THE LOVE TRUST"
A Musical Comedy with Cast at 1
3 Welcome Hone!
POM PaVAYEllS RB1TO.V
In T11E JtAJf FROM HOME."
eats on Sale Xow.
MATS. TUEi. THUBS. AND SAT.
Bow MefriOe's ProdocOoo of li
A riar et Oi Flmid
Tim PerfcnnaDea DiHj by
THE RAH RAH SHOW
With Ah Reraoldi. May Linden. Dan Colrmii. aaa
Beatrice, the Eajtima Vloilnlst.
Next Weck-ROSE 8TDELL
TOO LIKE. Y WSIaim DATLT.
TWO BIO 8BOWS IS ONE.
ANDY GARDNER. IDA MCOU&X
Misers Meny Mteslrel Mil.li
Cbkjna Oils M CUT Entartalsen-MaaUy GlrU
EXTRA ATTRACTION-OERTIE LB CXAIR
and Her Dasdax FVkanissiea.
raroAT niobt-thb conxniT store.
Not Weea Quraa U the FMlcs Beram.
Erery Monday Errilai.
"Snoject for Febrnary 3,
"AL0K8 THE S1RSET TMIL"
DOS F St. x.'w.
EDWARD A. HINES
I National Theater. Thursday afternoon.
January 30. at 4:30 p. m.
Tickets on sale at National Theater
and Percy 8. Poster'a. 1SI0 O art. bw.