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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: FRIDAY; DECEMBER 6,' 1912."
MUMA
BRIDE Of ACTOR
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Russian-- Actress Weds C. E.
Bryant-tin Her New York
h Ajxartments.
hew . YORK, Dc. e.-Mmo. Alls
faaimovm, wno Js uio-v appearing In
"Bella Donna," Wa married qulatly
Imt night' In bar (paa-ttnrnta at ID Writ
FVirHelh' atrect, tov Charlri E. Bryant,
who'll playlhf the part of Or. Isaacson
in xna same production.
.Ntt announcement iw made before
the .marriage and IhtVQ were few who
knew of It. The ena'ement had not
been announced even. Mr. Bryant sua
appea red aa the Egyptian In tha Lon
fioa pi loductlon of tha etune play.
tme. Naxlmcwa waa born In Yalta,
Crln.'en a Russia, on March, 3, 11 Aa
a chUd V sha was taken to Uanava,
where arte received her education, and
learned I'o play the vKHn. In younir
womanho od abte returned to RusHta,
where aht i made, her appearance on the
stage In her birthplaces ptaylnc a
violin aol at a- Christmas concert.
&U1 Studies Violin.
A year fcteK enter St Petersburg
Conservatoire th Odessa to study tho
vlollri. She- chose Instead to- take tho
dramatic courie, and at tho end of
three jcara aha wonV ne 'd medal.
Tne aeaaon' after graduation Mme.
Naslmova became le!'" woman and
producer at Koatroma In the north of.
Russia, where she pU'yed about JW
parte In a single season-. ,...,
I the season of MOT so played in
Russia and the next season was fii i Po
land, where she appeared aa u ai n.
in 1KB she a first seen In h Pjootb
burg. where she played Zaia." Ca"iWfe
Slagda, Iledda. Oabler. Trilby, And In
"The Second Mrs. Tanojjeray.
Russian Actress Is New York Bride
Interpreted Ibsen- Botes.
With Paul Orleneft and hla company
aha came to this country In 1906, where
ahe played In repertblre t the Criterion
Theater In thla city. In HaT of the fol
lowing year she signed a contract to act
tn Rnzllih the following November, al
though she only knew half a dozen,
words of the English language then.
She made her first appearance In Eng
lish In Iledda Oabler at tho Prlnceaa,
Theater under the management of
Henry Miller. This was followed by
"A Doll'a House," and In MOT she ap
peared at the Bijou Theater In "Coun
tess Coquette." The same year she ap
peared In the leading; role In Ibaen'a
Tha Vaster Builder." and later was
en In the same theater In "Tha1
Comet."
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SICKLES FAMILY
WILL UNITE TODAY
AT FESTIVE BOARD
Daughter of General Comes
From England to Demand
. Accounting of Fortune.
MME. ALLA NAZIMOVA.
"Bow Legs Greater Menace to
Navigation Than Knock
Knees," Is Topic.
Attractive Features
At Church's Bazaar
The bazaar of the Ryland M. U.
Church. Tenth and D streets south-
neat, continued last night to raise
money for the church. There was h
good attendance. ,
AmonK thoso In charge are C.
Uohannon, Fred Y. Yount. and M. '
llazen, grocery department: Mm. h.
I). Qallaher and Mrs. Klla Btahl, fancy
table; airs. M. (J. iiaxen. aou imu,
Mrs. Fred Y. Yount. apron table.
Mies Bessie Thoma und Miss Clara
Michael, lemonade table; Mlsu Mary
C. Brewer, lco crvam and flower
table; Mrs. Cornwcll, cuk tuble; Mr,
Iconard, fish pond, and Mlsa Annie
McOill. candy table. The Itcv. IM
vard C. Oallaher la pastor of the
church.
Abercrombie First
On Roll in House
A debate which promises to exceed
In brilliancy ani excitement that of e
couplo of years ago when four of Amer
lca'a leading figure, at the National
ress Club squabbled for half an even
ing o ntha subject of "Whiskers against
Bald-hoods," Is scheduled for next
Thursday night at the Press Club.
Thla time. She question of "Resolved:
That Bow-logM are a greater Menace to
Navtgatton nun Knock-knee," will
ba debatVed bom every angle. Taking
Aha affirmative side of the question
vSnrk and Oovemor-elect Cox. of Ohio.
vftensitor Balae Penrose of Pennsyl
Tlan ana Sonator Qore of Oklahoma
" upnosa in negauve aiae or tne
nSu.
Red Cross Calt.
-TTla VXenalei passed a bill yesterday
. "ff Ws7 da)t4 ot annual meeting
f the Abverlcan Red Cross. The duta
Provided to , In the bill Is the first
f anesday jhrycedtnr the second Thurs
day in Decemker.
a
J. W. Abercrombie. newly elected
member of Congress from Tuscaloona.
Tcnn.. will bear the distinction of hav
ing his name first on the Ilouso roll,
displacing John M. Adair of Indiana,
who held ttio position for six year.
The second letter In Abercromblc's
namo Is responsible. It Is "b," nnd In
the alphabetical arrangement ot tho
House roll he becomes the official hell
wether of the Democrats. On party
votes the sound ot Abercromblo'a name
will be tun. signal lor tne itepuDiicuns
to vote directly oppcultc.
Where
4&&o0d
Going Now
MFagaT
COMB and let na rve ta yon
that vtltfc er np-atalra (small scat
aad law operatlag capeas
aa redace the coat of shoes to
Kveryhady.
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Pierce-Arrpw engine
efficiency is a motor car
axiom. Pierce-Arrow luxury
is equally palpable.
Combined, they yield the
most coveted motor car in
the world. . 4jf
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Washington, 1220 Connecticut avenue.
Philadelphia, Market st lilt.
Baltimore 110 North Cbirlcs street
Proridcnct, IS Snow ilrcct.
Wilmington, Gilpin avenue and Jtekton itrctC
Ntwport, Casino Tsrract.
Ohio Society Meets.
The first meeting of tho season of
Ihc Ohio tioclety of Washington will
lie held at ltausrhcr's, Monday night at
n clock. A bullet luncheon will be
served, and Miss Florence Xouck, so
loist, will sing several numbers. An
address will bo delivered by tho Rev.
W. It. Woddcrspoon.
NEW YORK. Dec. .--For the Mitt
time In a decade a united family may
gather today about thu board of Oen.
Daniel E. Blckles In the mansion at
Fifth avenue. Unless there la a auddsn
shift In the plans a solemn toast will ba
drunk tonight to the continued hcilth
of the aged master ot the house of
Sickles.
In the family party besides O. Stan
ton Hlckles and his mother, who yes
terday again manifested her loyalty to
tho picturesque old warrior by liquidat
ing a $5,G0O note against him, will bo
Mrs. Kda Blckles Crackenthorpe, daugh
ter of General Blckles, and her husband,
Capt. Dayrell U. M, Crackenthorpe.
Greets Mother With Open Ami
Captain and Mrs. Crackenthorpe un
expectedly arrived here Wednesday
aboard the Kronprlncessln Cecetle.
Mrs. Crackenthorpe has lost none of tha
loveliness that made her the belle of
Knickerbocker society In the lata
nineties.
With her husband Mrs. Crackenthorpe
went late yesterday afternoon to the
Hotel Albert, where Mrs. Sickles and
her son have been living. Mother and
daughter met In the lobby of the hotel.
They rushed Into each other's arms,
WanU An Accounting.
Although she Is willing to consent to
a reunion, Mrs. Crackenthorpe, during
the fortnight she will spend In New
York, will request her distinguished
father to render an accounting ot the
fortune left to her In the will of her
grandfather, Qcorgo O. Blckles. Tho
general Is kolo trustee of thli fortune.
Tho general's daughter says her for
tune amounts to t7U),00O. General Sickles
told a reporter some time ago that tho
fortune amounted to but 160,000.
i.ij Baltimore end Return, Baltimore
A Ohio. Kvery Saturday and Sunday.
Good to return until 9:00 A. M. Train
Monday. All trains both ways. Includ
ing the Royal Limited. Advt.
FIRST APPLICATION OF A SIMPLE
REMEDY DARKENS FADED, GRAY HAIR
Gives Strength and Beauty to the Hair Leaves the Scalp
Clean and Healthy.
You don't hnvo to have Kray hair or
faded hair If oii don't want to. Why
look old or unattractive? If your hair
Is gray or faded, ou can change it
easily, quickly, and effectively by using
Wycth's Sago nnd Sulphur Hair Rom
id. Apply a little tonlKht, and In the
morning you will in- nureeably sur
prised nt ttto resultH from a rlnRln
application. The Kray hairs will be less
conspicuous, and after n few morn ap
pllnttlonx will 1m ielored to natural
color.
Wycth's Sage and Sulphur also quick
ly removes dandruff, leaves the scalp
clean and healthy, and promi.tes the
growth of the hair. It Is a clean,
wholesome dressing which may be used
at any time with perfect safety,
Oet a fifty cent bottle from your drug
gist today, and sue ho quickly :t will
restore the youthful color and beauty of
vour hair and forever end tho nasty
dandruff, hot. Itchy scalp, and falling
hair. All druggists sell It under guar
sntco that the money will be refunded
if you are not ratlsited after fair trial.
Agent, James O'Donnell.
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The Reason Why
6. E. WAESCHE
(US Uhlaad Terrace)
Bought a Home at
HIGH VIEW
Xls a Good Reason
Why You
"W 1 Should Buy
"We were especially
impressed with the high
elevation and its con
venient location. We were
further impressed with
the fact that the price was
right by comparison with
other properties. The fact
that the terms were so
reasonable that they could
be easily handled was the
concluding argument that
made us High View home
owners."
G. E. WAESCHE,
145 Uhland Terrace.
SEE High View homes and
these reasons will become
even more apparent to you.
To see High View homes is to
want one, and it is just as easy to
acquire one the SHANNON &
LUCHS Way as it is to desire it.
PRICE, $3,300
Terms $200 Cash and
$26.92 Per Month
HIGH VIEW homes consist of
six full rooms and bath, and are
equipped with all modern conveni
ences. The construction is of beau
tiful pressed brick reinforced with
steel, and the type of architecture
Colonial.
TO INSPECT Take any Q street car
marked "Drookland" or "North Capitol
and W streets," get oft at Rhode Island
avenue, and walk one square east
OUR FREE AUTO SERVICE
This service Is for the free accommodation ot those Interested In any of
our properties. It docs not obligate, you in any way. In fact, we will be glad
to take you to nny other properties at the same time, so that you can make
comparisons. Just drop a postal or phone Main 2315 for this FREE AUTO Ser
vice, and we will call for you and bring you back again.
SHANNON & LUCHS
LOOK FOR OUR GREEN 1 UsL Cr M U
AND WHITE SIGN I J 14111 Me IN.
LICENSES TO 1ED
GRANTED TO FOUR
ED
DVORC
PERSONS
Appears To Be Open Season
For Cupid Among Those
Once Freed.
It seems to be tha open' aeaaon for
Dan Cupid among divorced folk, hla
dangerous darts having gone unerringly
to the hearta of four persons who war
shipwrecked on their first matrimonial
voyage, according to the marriage li
cense records yesterday.
Ocorgo A. Tucker, of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
who lost one wife through death, and
a second In the dlvorc. courts, today
Idoh oui a license tor a iniro neipmaie,
Ira. Antoinette U Perkins, of Hacken
sack, N. J., a divorcee. Judge C. 8.
Bundy. ot the Municipal Court, per
formed the ceremony.
Charles B. Qreer took out a license
to wed Mrs. Edna L. Bowman, a Wash.
Ington divorcee, and Charles H. Wal
lelgh, who haa been divorced, procured
license to marry Martha m. McDanlel.
All are Washlnctonlans.
Anthony Dangerfleld, colored, who has
been a widower three Umes, made hla
fourth venture at tha marriage altar
today, and waa married to Hattla Roy,
a widow. lie Is seventy years old, and
nia bride is sixty.
Aged Residents Are
Honored by Minister
Automobiles were used to eonvev old
residents of Takoma Park from their
homes to the Presbyterian Church,
where services ware held In their honor
last night. A committee of women un
der the direction of Mrs. R. D. Rush
arranged for the automobiles. The ser
mon was delivered by the Rev. John
H. Elliott, who dwelt at some length
on the beauties of old age and the feel
ing of satisfaction, which there should
bo at the accomplishment of something
worm wnue during a nusy lire.
r. to Baltimore aaS Ucrara. Satu
orders and Bundaya via Pennsylvania
railroad. Tickets good returning until
1:00 a. m. Monday. All regular trains
azeept congressional umitasv Aovt.
Dlonlal
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SAMPLE SHOE SHOP
Because We Control tha Output of Several Lines of Sample Shoes We Can Sail
$3.50 to $5.00
Women's Shoes
mtJyJ
One Price Only JMm
Sample Shoes ate always the best made more care taken in the making and the very latest
style advices are strictly followed. All fashionable leathers in every desirable style are here and
the price 2.5o never more never less.
Our low price is due in great measure, too, to our economical .rental, above the costly ground
floors. Why pay others 3.5o to 5.oo for such shoes as we sell for 2.5o?
$2.50 FOR $4.50 EVENING SLIPPERS This offering will be appreciated by women right
now when the social season is starting and so many evening slippers must be bought.
TAKE THE ELEVATOR TO THE
Colonial Sample Shoe Shop
'v&viZi," NINTH and F STS N.W.
OPEN ATtmDAY
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If It's a Gift in Stationery
"You Can Get It At ANDREWS"
no matter how unusual the article may be, if it is in our line we have it. Two continents have been searched to
make our Christmas stocks complete. We are showing many attractive novelties at our two stores that have not "
reached other shops. Here you will surely find a suitable gift at the price you wish to pay. .
Some of Our Specials
Bras Desk ScU, satin finish, pad size,
11x16; large brass corners; inkstand,
stamp box, calendar; pen tray and paper
knife. Regular price, S4.50. Our price,
$3.38.
Parisian Ivory Desk Sets, pad size,
12x19; inkstand, blotter, stamp box, let
ter rack, and paper knife. Regular $ 7.5o
value. Our price, $5.67.
Brass Desk Set, bright finish, pad size,
1 2x19; new-style corners; large inkstand,
blotter, calendar, and pen tray. Regular
$6.00 value. Our price, $5.00.
Desk Sets, in Parisian ivory, brass,
copper, silver, gold, bronze, and glass.
From $2.37 to $45.00 each.
Parisian Ivory Desk Clocks, 3
inches high. Regular SI. 00 value. Our
price, 88c each.
Parisian Ivory Desk Clocks, 4 4 in
ches high. Regular $2.5o value. Our
price, $1.97 each.
Desk Clocks in Parisian ivory, brass,
gold, silver, wood, and leather. From
97c to $18.00 each.
Inkwells, satin brass; size 3x3 inches;
large well. Regular $1.25 value. Our
price, 83c each.
Inkwells, brass, bronze, and glass.
From 10c to $16.50 each.
Parisian Ivory Figures. From 50c to
$1.50 each.
Smoking Stands, satin-finish brass; 30
inches high; glass ash tray; match and
cigar holder. Regular $2.50 value. Our
price, $1.97 each.
Brass Tobacco Jars. Regular $2.00
value. Our price, $1.68 each.
Brass Pencil Holder, mahogany base,
with memorandum pad ; pencil on spring.
Regular $2.50 value. Our price, $1.98
each.
Box Paper, holly box, 24 sheets paper
and 24 envelopes. Regular 25c value.
Our price, 21c each.
Box Paper, holly cabinet; 48 sheets
paper and 48 envelopes. Regular 6oc
value. Our price, 47c each.
Box Paper, fancy box ; box and paper
tied with ribbon; box size; 5xl3j.
Regular 5oc value. Our price, 39c each.
Whitings, Crane's, Ward's, Hurd's,
Berlin & Jones, and Autocrat Stationery
in all style boxes, including hand-painted
boxes. From 50c to $8.00 per box.
The largest and most varied line in the
District.
Japanese Hand-painted China Tea
Set, tea pot, sugar, cream, and 6 cups
and saucers. Regular price, $6.50. Our
price, $3.98 set.
Cake Set, hand-pained; one 11 -inch
and six 6-inch plates. Regular $5.00
value. Our price, $3.75 set.
Japanese Hand-painted After-dinner
Cups and Saucers. Regular 5oc value.
Our price, 43c each. $4.00 per dozen.
Hand-painted China, Vases, Plates,
Trays, and Dishes.
Picture Frames; Parisian ivory;
wood, brass, gold, and silver. From 25c
to $3.50 each.
Manicure Sets, in leather rolls and
cases; fittings, pearl, ebony, Parisian
ivory and silver. From $2.00 to $15.00
each.
Collar Cases.
each.
From 50c to $3.50
German Silver Mesh Bags. Regular
$1.25 value. Our price, $1.12 each.
Gun-metal Mesh Bags. Regular $3. So
value. Our price, $2.97 each.
Hand-sewed Beaded Bags. From
$1.50 to $16.50 each.
Lap Tablets. From 75c to $6.50 each.
Leather Music Rolls. 50c to $3.00
each.
Handbags, all the latest imported nov
elties in leathers and shapes. Regular
$7.50 values. Our price, $4.98 each.
We carry the largest and most varied
line to be found.
Military Brushes, leather cases; Pari
sian ivory, silver, and ebony fittings.
From $1.50 to $8.00 a set.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Traveling
Rolls, Parisian ivory, silver, .and ebony
fittings. From $2.50 to $25.00 each.
Traveling Rolls. Regular $6.00 value.
Our price, $4.97 each.
A large line of Address and Engage
ment Books, Flasks, Sewing Bags, Drink
ing Cups, Brush Sets, Telephone Pads,
Score Pads, Opera Bags, Cigar and Cigar
ette Cases, Tobacco Pouches, Jewel
Cases, Hand Mirrors, Book Racks, Pock
et and Bill Books, Card Cases, Calendars,
Xmas Cards, Seals, and Poker Sets.
Holly Paper, Tissue Paper, Tinsel
Cord, Ribbon, and Gum Tape for putting
up gifts.
R. P. Andrews Paper Co.
1331 F St.N.W. -. 2 Stwwss- 627-29 La. Ave. N.W.
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