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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
New York WASHINGTON Paris ' '
In the Ten Years We Have Held
FEBRUARY FURNITURE SALES
Values Have Never Been Better Than Now.
Examples of the economies which will accrue to every purchaser during this
February Furniture Sale could not be more advantageously and helpfully illustrated
than by the values in .
DINING-ROOM AND BEDROOM FURNITURE.
tf ot only in the excellence of values docs this Furniture deserve commendation,
but, aside from this most beneficial and important consideration, its serviceable quali
ties' will make a forceful impression. The excellence, tasje. and symmetry of line and
design, which must be a possession of all really desirable Furniture, arc developed to
the utmost in every piece. .
ANY ONE EXAMINING THIS FURNITURE WILL A T ONCE
SEE THE EXCEPTIONAL VALUES.
Quartered Oak Chiffoniers.
$21.50 Value... $25.00 1 $18.75 Value. . $40.00
$25.75 Value. . . $30.00 1 $20.00 Value. . $35.00
Quartered Oak Dressers.
$15.75 Value... $18.00 $25.75 Value. .
$15.75 Value... $23.50 $29.75 Value. .
$19.75 Value... $25.00 $31.50 Value. .
$15.75 Value... $1801 $33.75 Value.. $40.00
$21.50 Value. . . $30.00 $36.75 Value. . $50.00
$23.75 Value. . . $35.00 j $42.50 Value. . $60.00
Quartered Oak Toilet Tables.
$13.50 Value... $16.50 1 $15.75 Value. . $20.00
Mahogany Toilet Tables.
$13.50 Value... $17.00
$19.75 Value... $25.00
S23.75 Value... $30.00
$24.75 Value. . . $32.00 1
$57.50 Value. . $125.00
lib Fleer G Street.
To Be Successful with Your
Cheese Dishes, Use
As a palate-pleaser the rarebit or other cheese
tid-bit is worthy of careful culinary attention. If
your ingredients are right, the problem is half solved.
The Corrmell stock contains the finest imported and
domestic cheeses, ail of rich quality and appetizing
Cheese by the pound, by the head, in jars, in tins,
As with all Cornwell goods, prices are as low as
elsewhere for the same qualities.
G. G. CORNWELL & SON, Inc.,
ESSS."- 1415-1417 H St. AUK
Phones Mam 875
2315-2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia a.
Wholesale and ReUiL
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
e cIti Herald 925.000 contest Totea.
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL BLDO,
WsjglTO Herald tas.000 contest -rates.
No Storage Charges for
Itcasonable rntcm on storage, hauling,
and packlnir. estimates furnished. I5a
UNION STORAGE CO.,
rhone 91. 4374. 1811 Pn. Ave. .
We Gl Vote in Tot Herald I S3 000 Contra!.
h $24.50 Value.
i $33.75 Value.
$17.75 Value... $25.00 $41.50 Value. .. $50.00
$25.00 Value. . . $42.00 $37.50 Value. . . $65.00
$33.75 Value. . . $40.00 $47.50 Value. .. $65.00
$95.00 Value. . $140.00
$29.75 Value . . . $40.00 1 $47.50 Value . . .
$38.75 Value . . . $65.00 1 $58.75 Value . . .
$95.00 Value. . $140.00
Golden Oak China Closets.
$17.75 Value. . . $22.50 1 $26.75 Value. . .
$21.00 Value. . . $25.00 $22.50 Value. . .
$37.00 Value;... $42.00
Early English Oak China Closets.
$27.75 Value... $32.00 1 $35.00 Value... $75.00
$62.50 Value... $75.00
Mahogany China Closets.
$38.75 Value . . . $50.00 1 $45.00 Value . . ,
$62.50 Value. . . $75.00
Golden Oak Dining Chairs.
$2.95 Value... $3.75 1 $3.50 Value. . .
$2.95 Value... $3.95 $3.95 Value...
Value. . $35.00
Value. . $45.00
Early English Oak Dining Chairs.
$2.50 Value. . . $330 1 $3.95 Value. .. $5.00
Value. . $100.00
$2.95 Value. . .
Is called to our delicious blend of Coffee at
- 876 - 877 - S7S
Particular People Patronize the
Main Office and Works
623 G Street N. W,
We ciT Heral S25.000 contest -rates,
Table luxuries. Elgin Butter.
236ESLN.E. Phono L. 497
VT Cite Vetis la Tbo Herald 13.000 CosUfS.
For Table Tops and Furnlturo
POLISHED nDCB PHTC L!S Is
lnvdrmand. It protects blshlr polished
furniture from scratching ITstlmates
HOnRKIN'Q Famllr mint Store
nUUValVin O ma Seventh Street
We cite Herald SS5.000 contest -rotes.
Will rer;rlr irour cewlnl- macnina
properly, no matter what malts.
Bnd postal, or phona M-JSI5.
Corner 3d and H Strcots N. W.
Glt Votes ta Ti. nJd SM Ce-uaa.
Golden Oak Buffets.
$38.75 Value. .
Early English Oak Buffets.
$3.95 1 $5.00 Value... $12.00
Tulip and Jonquil,
and all other varieties. Also
Orchids, Gardenias, Roses,
J. H. Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
11 S3 Broadway.
Is another wonderful value from
the factories of the world's largest
piano and organ manufacturers.
So like hand placing as to de
ccic ecn musicians.
A Circulating Roll Librarv for
Piano Merchant. 1330 G St.
We Rive Herald SW.OOO contest totea,
LATEST AND NEWEST DESIGNS IN
N. 1695-M 1451PSLN.W.
We sire Herald tS5,000 content' TOtei
BEE HIVE MARKET
J-arge Can Com 10c
Raisins. 3 for. ....2Se
Citron, pourd ISO
Tomatoes, a cans -
Otb and 31 Streets.
Phone N. 2331.
Oh Totes In Ths.IJ trail ES.0M t in nasi
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store . with the complete
"' stock and the little prices.
Stall's Hardware Store, 713 7th St.N. W.
W CIt V Mo In Tt Herald 1 CO OnatsC
Largest Morning Circulation.
Th. lMlrint snri Mrs Taft WCM the
guests of honor at a dinner given by the
Secretary or Agriculture and Mlaa Flora
JVllaon. last night in the red room or
The guests Invited to meet tnem were
i.A cav. anf xi. Diimn Clark. Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, of New York;
Mrs. Thomas Laughlin. Senator and Mrs.
Albert B. Cummins ot lows, eenaior nu
Mrs William S. Kenjon of Iowa. John
Ta rtiA'.tnt. rnrsi nf the Pan
.O..l..., ..b.w. .........-. -- --
American Union; Representative Joseph
Cannon ot Illinois, iiiss ueicn wmwu
Representative and Mrs. James R. Mann,
nnAaama1A TVih.. T.flmh of Vlrrfnla.
Mrs Hugh Wolfolk. of Virginia: Repre
sentative William Mcruniey. mum i
Mattls, Kepresentatlve and Mra. Anbury
F. Lever, Representative and Mrs.
ph..i.. it 3inan 4h. Tiev. lr. and Mrs.
Wallace Radcllfte. Dr. and Mrs. J. J.
Richardson. Mrs. John H. nenaereon. oir.
mA trH T CfflnUir Rsrv. of B&l
tlmore, and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Reese.
It was the slxteentn dinner oecreiarjr
Wilson has glen In honor ot a Chief ex
ecutive and a "First Lady of the Land'
.t... fcl. .nnnlntmint to the DOrtfoIIO
f Secretary of Agriculture by President
AICKIniey, in ik. ana i. is a itvum -
by no other Cabinet officer.
rri. v .... lmhi..rnf BTri MdlP. JUS.
iverand entertained at a dinner last night
in honor of the Chief Justice of the Su
preme Court and Mrs. White, at the em
bassy. In Sixteenth Street. Their guests
if. Tit.ilM anri Mrs. MeKenna. Mr.
Justice and Mrs Hughes, Archbishop
Ireland, Senator Koaitoraiior u arum
the assistant Secretary of War and Mrs
.i . ct.. Alfv.p 1r snrf Mrs. DOUC'
:as Robinson, of New York; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Henry Butler, ur. ana Airs. vn
mer. Mrs. Rockwood Hoard, Miss Lorlng
., ..t T ! TrfnE. rt TMdM Crnss-
lng, Mass. and the Counselor of the
French Emtasy ana amc ac ititm m
t.. Tiih AmiiiiK-jtdor and Mrs.
Br ce were hosts at dinner last night at
tV" embassi, in lannrciicui Avenue.
Miss Helen Taft and her cousin. Miss
HKnn nf Cincinnati, were the guests
of honor at a dinner git en by Mr. and
t?i.,a.- Tipiri itocers last nianu
n.. A1llnal fnistH S'rfl MlSS Gladys
lllncklej. Ml-s Uorothy Wllltams. Miss
IT.. T.lnnltt. Miss ulads ingaiis.
Mr and Mrs Wllltam Aator Drayton, of
New York; Miss Elizabeth Reld Rogers.
u.... . nn .niinhnrHt. Chance d'Affatrcs
of the Austrian Embassy. Mr. Algaro,
Second Secretary or me Mexican cm
bass), the bolicltor General, Mr. Benja
min n.hi r.ieut. Raymond Rodgers. IT
a ' f. (ha!inniv HAckett. Mr. Je-
rome Bonaparte, and Mr. Phillips Brooks
M llln.n.L lltitrhlnson U hostess
at a dinner last night, when her guests
don. wife of the Minister of the Nether-
iu.u ih. I'nrtitfruese Aimister. ine
Spanish Minister and Jime ae luano,
the Charge d Atraires or tne Italian r.m
k.. -t- cntninnt Mr and Mrs
r-n-e p-tiii. Mr. and Mrs Atherton.
A tnminn M- anA Mrs McCaUleV. Mr
and Mrs Allerton uwnmn, Mr. anu
Mrs John Harrison, house guests 01 airs
TMrn...!.. f n Vm W filter ItOWC. Mr8
Nathaniel Irancis, Mr- Dtmock. Miss
Eno, Miss Mahel jonnson. jir jonn u
iinii.Nnn ir XTn i wiiiism Ltncnorne.
V S A . and Mr. Douglas Dodge, ot
IIIC Juaa.o .... .... . --
dinner last night In honor of Cardinal
ribbons at their residence in Massachu
setts A-enue Covers we-c laid for
It is understood that an effort will be
made b those In charsc of the armj
and na reception at the White House
to-ntglit to prevent the admls-lon of per-
Kn. Im lt . M. i. tl last (if
UI13 II"- I'm'"' . ""
the recTtloni to be gln l the Presi
dent nnd Sir Taft. mere nas ueen an
.inusual dervind for Inltatlors The
.a.!- nli.An1v. icsnrd nrolde for so creat
a number of cuests as to tax the ca
inclt of the White House It has been
tound abolutclj necessary to refuse
hundreds 't requetts for invitations
At some of the recent wnue nouse
recepiiuiiB -o i.w... .... ...
nontransfcraolo cards of admission were
In a number of instances used by pcrons
other than thoe to whom the were Is
sued It Is said that a plan has been
adopted for to-night's reception which
will rertrlct admission to those actually
The Second Secretary of. the. German
Embassy and Mme Klenlin gae a din
ner last nlijht at their residence In Mas
sachusetts Avenue. Their guests Included
Mr. and Mrs Perrv Belmont. Col and
Mrs. Slocu-n, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Lelter.
Mrs Henry Corbln, the Military Attache
of the Ge-man Emhas and Mme. ion
Uerwarth, Miss Cameron, Miss Franrs
Hoar. Mr and Mrs Edward Mitchell,
Mr Hui lekoper. MaJ. Lassltcr, V. S A .
and Mr and Mrs John Stor, Jr.
Mr and Mrs George H. Hull and Vlss
Hull, of Tuxedo Iark. N. Y.. are vlsltlnc
Representative and Mrs. Rlcl-moid Pear
son Hobsa at their residence, 2111 a
Mr and Mrs Christian Hemmtck en
tertained at a luncheon at "Studio
House," In honor of Sirs. Diederich, the
houe guest of Mrs Henrv Cleveland Per
kins Among those Invited to meet her
v ere Mrs. Hcnrj Corbln, Mr and Sirs
Richard Harlow, Sir. and Mrs Lamar,
Miss Mabel Boardman. Ir. Perkins. Mr.
George Oakle) Totten, Jr , and Mr. Frank
Sirs Nathan Wjcth was hostess at a
charming luncheon Ior"oung people ves
terday Is honor ot her house guest. Miss
Powell Invited to meet here were Miss
Louise Hellen, Sliss Ethel Noyes, Miss
Mary SIcCauley, Sliss Flichter. the
.Misses Whiting, Miss Wilmer, and Miss
A number of the bachelors of the Diplo
matic Corps will givo a Ml-Careme ball
at Rauscher's. on Wednesday evening.
February 26. The Invitations will be is
sued at the end of the week.
The Sil-Careme date Is Thursday, the
rrtli On Frlda), the 28th, another dance
will be given by bachelors Mr. Butler
Ames, Sir. John Barrett, and Postmaster
General Hitchcock being the hosts named
W ith Sirs. Tow nsend s musical on the
Kth, the Sil-Careme never had a more
elahorate celebration than these events
Slaj W illlam W. Harts. U. S. A and
Sirs Harts were hosts at a reception yes
terday afternoon, at their residence, In
O Street t
Palms, fera, and quantities of jon
quils and other spring blossoms were
used In the decorations, and a string
Lchestra plajcd throughout the after
roon. Assisting Slaj and Mrs. Harts In recel -lng
their guests were Mrs. Blankenshlp,
of Baltimore, and presiding at the tea
table were Sirs. William U Marshall.
Mrs Bixbt. Mrs. Judson. and Mrs. Al-
IKrt I- Stills.
Sirs. W illlam Kcarncj Carr entertained
jesterday afternoon at a large auction
part, at the Washington Club.
Sir. Presjon Gibson left Washington
esterda for Philadelphia and New
York. He will return at the end of the
Sirs Thomns W. Stubblcfield. of W0
Sixteenth Street, gave a luncheon of
fourteen covers yesterday, followed by
bridge. After the bridge a number of
additional guests were Invited to tea.
Mrs. M. B. Somervall and Mrs. M. O.
THE NEW MEN'S WEAR SHOP
G Street Two Doors
The new storm from the West may not reach
here until later in the week.
In any event, a Raincoat and an Umbrella, arc
surely necessary and economical adjuncts to ecry
And to-day is the time to inest economical
saving as follow s :
In the Men's Shop Hodgcn's
Gold Bond, Double Shoul- oa rn
dcr Coats 0 5I.3U
In the Women's Shop Rubber
ized Silk Coats; man- Ci Cft
tailored In 1913 styles 1OU
IIghton assisted Mrs Stubblefleld in re
ceding the guests, ana Jirs rumcr,
Mrs. Barran. and Sirs SIcLaughlln pre-
blded at the tea tame, -wnicn wo uuurneu
for the occasion with ferns and spring
One of the most delightful and success
ful dances of the winter was given in
the ballroom at the Raleigh Hotel last
night b Mrs Taylor O Tlmberlake, of
the District of Columbia DMslon. U. D
C. for the benefit of the Confederate
A section of the Siarine Band plaed
throughout the evening, and refresh
ments were seYted at midnight, after
which dancing was resumed
Mrs Tlmberlake received the guests
assisted by Mrs Oldenhelmer, of Balti
more, first vice president general, V. D
C. and Sirs. Slagnus S Thompson, pres
ident of the Stonewall Jackson Chapter,
V D C.
Mrs Odenhcimer wore black net oer
satin gown. Sirs Talor Tlmberlake.
apricot brocade satin. Mrs Marlon But
ler, black eharmeuse. Sirs Wallace
Streater, lavender satin. Sirs Howard
Gott, light blue satin. Sirs P a Wil
son, black satin and lace. Sirs. Charles
B Marshall, gray eharmeuse. Sirs F C
Der, black eharmeuse. Sirs B Gra
son Carter, black eharmeuse. Sirs
William Fred, el!ow eharmeuse and
gold lace, Sliss Kelly Ten nan t. blue
satin and shadow lace. Sliss Percy Ta
lor, elIow satin. Sirs Bruce I.jtton.
ellow satin with lace. Sirs J Edward
Nell, pink crepe de chine. Mrs J SI.
Udes, black crepe de chine. Sirs I.. C
Rile, black satin; Sirs I N Timber-
lake. ellow .brocade eharmeuse. Sirs
Oscar Wilkinson, white net. Sirs Ida
Bowie, pink el vet. Sliss Slary Compton,
light blue satin and gold lace, SUss Ruth
Bowie, white satin. Miss Hallle Bowie.
white eharmeuse. white fur trimming;
Sliss Peg Hdwards. pink satin and pearl
trimming. Miss Poole, black net.' Sliss
Grace Wall, rink charmeue. Sirs Clar
ence Slendenhall, blue crepe de cljlne.
Miss Williams, light blue net oer saUn.
Miss Rosalie Shree. whtte crepe de
chine: Sliss Younger, pink eharmeuse.
with rhlnestones. Miss Helen Griffith
green mull. Mis W Sue Rll. light
blue satin. SUss Slanon Green, white net.
Sirs Charles H Fred, white satin. Sirs
Maud Howell bmlth. black eharmeuse.
Mrs Chambers, American Beaut satin.
Sirs Hill, light blue satin. Sliss Howard,
of Georgetown, apricot satin with gold
lace. Miss Clayton, merlcan Beaut
satin. SIr SI P Gorman, pink char
meuse: Sirs Hunice James, blue and
white marquisette. Mrs Baggers. Iaen
der saUn. Miss Slary Carroll, of College
Park, black eharmeuse trimmed with
rhlnestones. Miss Goldie Lambert, black
eharmeuse trimmed with black net. Sirs
SI. "EX Slartin. pink satin and violets;
Sliss Dais. pink eharmeuse and seed
pearls. Sliss Brock, rose chiffon. Sliss
Curtis, white crepe de chine
The benefit performance at the Nation
al Theater last night for the Noel House
Association for Settlement Work drew
a large and distinguished audience, anx
ious to further a charity which In
terests man W'ashingtonials. and also
to see Sla Irwin Those who n
tertalned box parties were Mrs. Edson
Bradley. Sirs. John Hays Hammond, and
Sirs James McSIlIIan. and among those
In the audience were Mrs Hennen Jen
nings. Sirs Rcyburn. Airs Allerton Cush
man Henry Clc eland Perkins. Sirs.
Randolph McKlm. Sirs Stockton. Sirs.
Richard Walnwrlght Sliss Stanton. Sliss
liegeman, and Sirs. Bradley
Sirs William Herbert Bixb) will not be
at home to-day. but will receie on the
remaining Tuesdas in February
Commander E R Tollock. V S jr.
will entertain at a dinner part Satur
day evening at the Chev Chase Club
In compliment to Sliss Ruth Nocs and
Dr. Ralph SIcDowell. U S N. whose
marriage takes place Monday, Feb
Dr. SIcDowell will entertain at his
bachelor dinner at the Metropolitan Club
on Saturday, February 15
The facult and students at THnlty
College gae a tea esterday afternoon
from 4 until 6 o'clock at the college.
Sir. and Mrs. John Harrison, of Min
neapolis. Minn., are Isiting Mrs. Dlmock
Hutchinson and Sirs Dlmock. Sir. and
Mrs. Harrison are on their wedding
Journe and will be here for several
Sirs Irwin Laughlin has. according to
a cable from London, been granted a
private audience by the King and Queen
on Frida next. Just before the official
court presentations Sirs. Laughlin Is the
wife of the charge d affaires, and after
the presentation she will Join the roal
The marriage of Miss Helen SIcEwcn
Dick, daughter of Sirs Ewell A. Dick,
to Dr. Dana Cecil Pos. V. S. N, will
take place Thursda) afternoon at 4 30
o'clock at the Church of the Covenant,
the pastor. Rev. Dr. Charles Wood, of
ficiating. The bride, who will be unattended, will
be given In marriage by her brother.
Sir. William E. Dick, of Detroit.
There will be no reception and 1mm--dlatel
alter the wedding ceremon Dr.
Post anl his bride will leave for a trip
Upon their return they will reside at the
Sliss Virginia Ix beure will go to Bos
ton on Fbruarj IS to remain for a week
and will be entertained at a number of
dinners, dances, and teas for the young
Mrs and Miss Hacs. wife and daugh
ter of Representatli e. Ha es of Califor
nia, will be at home to-da, at 2111 Ban
croft Place, and will be assisted In re
A. LISNER Hours. 8:30 to 6
JBait of Eleventh.
the Weather Prophets
. In Umbrella Dept.
' Emergency Umbrellas. 26 and
IS inch paragon frames, 7Qr
standard at Jl 00 s,u
metal trimmed, standard 1 7Q
at i:oo t.y
ceiving b Dr and Sirs Amanda Hamil
ton, of Colorado, and Sirs Hayes' niece,
SUss Ruth Wooster
Sir1 Joseph Russell Knowland, wife of
Representative Knowland of California.
ril! receive to-day from 3 to 6 o'clock, at
the Hotel Powhatan
Sirs DIeffendurfer. wife of Dr Wllltam
E. DIeffendurfer. will give a reception at
the New Wlllard. from to 6 o'clock, on
Thursday afternoon. In honor ot Mrs
C. Albert White, the newly-elected pres
ident of the District of Columbia section
of the Woman's National Democratic
The receiving part will be.
Sirs. John Stiller Horton. Sirs. J C
Llnthlcum, wife of Representative Lin
thlcum. Miss Katharine SL Dabney. Sirs.
J. De B Gardner. Sirs. Albert J. Carrlco,
Sirs J asb -Smith. Sirs J. B. Har
AH memberj of the District of Colum
bia section of the Woman's National
Democratic League, and also all mem
bers of the National Democratic League
and friends are cordially invited
Sirs Palmer, wife of Representative A
Mitchell Palmer, will not be at home this
atternoon, but will receive on Februar
11, at the Grafton
Sir George I Isemann was married to
Sliss Slercedes Cochran, of Lynchburg,
Va.. In Baltimore, esterday afternooa
The marriage was quite a surprise to
their numerous friends, who, although
apprised of the fact, did not expect It
to take ptace so soon The bride is a
graduate of the Randolph-SIacon School
for Girls and the bpenccrlan College of
Washington. D C
Sir. Isemann Is well known In Masonic
circles, being a member of Harmony
Lodge, Columbia Commander. Albert
Clke Consistory, and Almas Temple, of
Washington, D C
Sirs Oliver P Bennett, of Richmond,
Ya.. is the gilest of Sirs Louis P Shoe
maker Sir and Sirs W D Hoover have gone
to Atlantic Citv for a short sta
A very prett wedding tooK place at i
o clock last evening when Sliss gnes
Dlminga Harvey daughter of Sirs Ed
ward John Harve and the late Dr liar
! v ery, of Brookl n. N V . and Dr Charles
I Louis Billard, son of Sirs. Jules Billard
land the late Dr Billard. ot Washington,
D C, were married at the home of Uie
brides mother, 16T1 Thirt -first Street.
The ceremon was performed b Rev
W Illlam 11 Ketcham. director or the 13 u
rcau of Catholic and Indian Sllsions
The bride who was given away b her
brother-in-law. Mr James Finnic Case
wore white eharmeuse and point lace
veiled In sliver tulle The bridal veil
was of point lace, with a spra of orarge
MoKSoms She carried a shower bouqdet
of Bride roses and lilies of the valle
Miss Josephine Harve, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor She was
gowned In on hi J satin, trimmed with
silver lace, and a shoulder scarf of white
tulle She carried a shower bouquet of
lavender sweet peas Dr Billard had as i
his best man Sir Ogle Slarbur, or
Laurel Sid The ushers wee Sir W ill-1
iam Billard of Baltimore, Dr Francis j
Petzer Smart. Past Assistant Surgeoii
Wre Farrell. U S N , and Sir Charles '
The drawing-room was artlsticall dec
orated with palms. Southern sniilas. and
pink carnations, and the dining-room
with the same greens and white roses j
Later In the evening Dr and Sirs 111
lard left for a Northern trip The bride
golng-awa costume wis. a tailored suit1
of blue cloth, with hat ta match 1
The Chi Chapter of the Mil Beta PI I
Fratemlt of the Georgetown luiversitv
School of Sledlclne will give Its annual
dance at the Raleigh this evening The
facult. the associate professors, ahd a
well-represented student bodv of all the
departments of the universltv will at
tend. The following are the patrons and
patronesses Dr and Sirs. John Foote.
Dr. and Mrs. James A Gannon. Dr. and
Sirs. William C Girjnn, Dr and Sirs D
Percy Hlckllng, Dr and Sirs. J. Thomas
Kelley, Dr. and Mrs J Dudley Morgan.
Dr. and Sirs. Richard N Sutton, Mr and
Sirs II. P. Howard. Sir. and Sirs SI
Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. F J SlcDonald,
Sir. and Sirs. I. Newman. Mr. and Mrs.
J. Sellngcr, and Sir and Sirs. A B Wen
zcll. To ttnestlon Rockefeller Friday.
Chairman Pujo. or the Sloney Trust
committee. esterday announced that
William Rockefeller will be examined at
his countr home, on Jekl Island, off
Brunswick. Ga. on Friday. Chairman
Pujo and Counsel Samuel I nterm er will
leave Washington on Thursda after
noon, arriving at Jckolslaml during the
atternoon of Frida .
FARBW KI.I. TOUH OP
And Her Famous London Belles.
Friday Night Wrestling,
JOE TURNER vs. JOE LASELLE
SMOKE IF VCIfM UVr'
V.UUL1UK. LTWSUIYl DAILY.
V Krrnrh lollr in To rYoiici.
Queens of itie Folies Bergere
JOS. J SLMIVVN anl IE UIAF.FHR.
Lilts VtMcd Attrarticn XIJ t.anfrH In an
t lie ot ine uirnrn tw trw inrfc.
nuim Moirr-couNTm stork.
Next VTeek-BQlT Wataaa and Hi) BmI Trurt.
Made in solid copper or
nickel, is an exceptional
value. A practical "Chafer"
l Equipped with the "Perfec
tion alcohol burner, ivory
white" enameled food pan,
and full cbonized handles (as
Our stock Includes oxer hrt
iluxen varieties of ChaDng Dishes,
priced from 4.00 up. Chaflnjc
Dish Trays, Forks, Spoons, and
I Dulin & Martin Co.
i Pottery, Porcelain, China, blasa,
5 Sliver, Jtc. j
? 1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St. 5
W Tlmf-6 Nifhta 4 Matinees.
(trtsvtttt of Irtinttr Gtxdra Productions
Next Week-Seats Now
'ourr a Good Sport.
Why worry about
that government Jobf
ff how a fellow
with 25 cent win a
rfrl and a fortune.
Aed. and at.
Popular "Wednesday Matinee, 30c. 75c,, I
Th Pomao-t Puzunk.crs ct mena.
la the moat lanhable enned? ot her career
WIDOW BY PROXY
Next Week "V."."'-
la tho jieiu&Uocal rnxxacal pUr of the jer,
THE RED WIDOW
DiilT Mlts. 2c. EM.. S.
S& SMITH Zffil1"
In "THE HEW MASCOT"
Ati CrsndT FtsT ps cit & Hn
hrtne Mr Wirth t her iucreei
NEXT WEEK-Extr EofUtment.
In -The TwelTt-Itsaid (Vl Look in.
G CHICAGO GRAND OPERA CO.
N FRIDAY, Feb. 7, at 2 o'clock
D TOSCA, MARY GARDEN
q WD ALIvSTVK CAT
p FRIDAY, Fob. 14, 2 o'CIocis
I LUCIA, TETRAZZIN!
A VD VUSTVR . T
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smith U" F flu. In mltu Jl Msyma-n
tiii: vi Kiiovt lioviK."
IMcrs 3 a anJ 75 em'" Manner idiil rxee
Mcnd S it ms.
Next 'Week -.e-Hlch-iilek "Val-llna-ford."
with cast of furt
nnni T n
In The Fascinaiing Widow
New Maiic. Ooms Vmj3 Sum Gnat Cast
Nest Wcspk Vita
Hiney Boy Minstrels
The Larrot Heft, and" Most Popular Mliutnl
OrcantntioB in. A merles.
TO-DAY AT 4 P.M. I "" DuelwaHhsd
IU-UHI Ml S r.m.' ltDtcb tttOer inr
Datcli Lieder iar
Tirttts. i J1J Jl "3e ot T Arthnr Sniltfi,
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FRIDAY AT 4:30
H AM ARA-T0YE
SrrTan awl Uw Iitnwt
Tickfta. C. SIJO. W and Se. oo sale at theater
jtvr. TCCTncns. and sat
I Largest Morning Circulation.
II . X -Vqol ta TIlHEr. WKLKS.
rilnor l.lrns fynnjtlnc Kfmance.
Srit Wres-'ltalnejr UrVrn Hunt PlcttgQ.
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