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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1013. -
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Army and Navy Officers Guests
at Most Brilliant Levee of
. The President and Mm. Taft held the
last or the state receptions In the White
House last evening, the officers of the
arjny and navy being the guests ''f
honor, and a more brilliant event could
not have been chosen for the closing
social featured of an Administration.
Never' has the 'White House looked
more beautiful than last evening, with
Its decorations of flowers and flat's.
Tall palms and clusters of pink carna
tions adorned the Cast Room, and in
the Green and Blue parlors large flow
ering azaleas in white and shades of
pink formed the chlet adodnments, clus
ters of American Beauty roses, orealus,
una maidenhair ferns being used In tne
In .the state dining room, where a
buffet supper was served throughout
the evening, the mantel was banked
with maidenhair ferns and clusters 'of
pink carnations, and candles with
dainty pink silk shaucs adorned the
The Marine Band, .which' was sta
tioned in the Bed corridor, interspersed
lte 'classical program with old war-time
favorites, and music dear' to the hearts
of the navy men.''
Uniforms Lend Color.
vThe bright red, blue and gold of the
Uniforms of the army and navy -vlth
their distinguishing stripes of red, yel
low and green, and the still m.ore gor
Htous uniforms of tne- military and
uaVal attaches of the foreign embassies
AA legations added much to the brill
iance of the reception, lt was Interest
ing to see the foreign officers walking
among the American officers, examin
ing, their uniforms, swords and spurs,
while to the American officers the elab
orate .and brilliantly colored uniforms
of. their guests from across the waters
artorde special interest.
"The President is always at his best
Vhere soldiers are concerned, and he
and Mrs. Taft received nearly 2,300
guests, and tne last received the same
cardial handshake and pleasant word
and' smile which creeted the first. MaJ.
Ota. Leonard "Wood, Chiet.of Staff of.
the army, and Gen. s. B. ai. xoung,
former Chief of Staff, were the very
first to greet the President and Mrs.
-Admiral Dewey was surrounded at
, all times during the evening with friends
Irylne to have a word or two with him.
General illles was also .the center of a
large group' of, friends throughout the
evening. I' v -
Cabinet Members Attend.
In the Great Room a distinguished
gathering of representatives of .the.serv.
Ice were assembled, and In the Blue
Room were the members of the families
of thc Cabinet officers, the assistant
secretaries of the. War and Navy and
4 'lew personal friends of the President
ad Mrs. Taft.. " . t , . L ,
The'- Supremo. Court .was., also trepxe-.
seated and some' members .of the" Dip
lomatic Corps were also among- the
specially .Invited guests. " .
'Although this "was the largest of th
receptions of this year, a number of
guests were, turned away on account
of- the strict ruling requiring the pro
duction of an admission card at the
door. No one was admitted who did
not navo their card.
iAbout 1130' o'clock, when the last
guest had been recelved'and the Presi
dent and Mrs. Taft and the members
Of the Cabinet went Into the dining
room for supper, Lieutenant Santle
mann led his men into the East Utoom,.
where a dance nrogram. such as only
the Marine Band can play, was given.
The modern dances were quite the order
of the evening, and when the President
and Mrs. Taft left the dining room,
they came into the Bast Room and not
only were among the onlookers, but
Joined the dancing throug.
Mrs. Taft Joins Dancers.
Mrs. Taft danced twice, once with
Lieutenant Timmons, naval aide to the
President, and with Lieutenant GreWc,
also one of the White House aides. The
President danced with his niece. Miss
Anderson,- who is a guest at the White
Mouse, and Miss Helen Taft danced a
number of times. '
Krom a sartorial standpoint, the re
ception of last evening was in no way
eclipsed by the former receptions, the
gowns of the women were particularly
beautiful and the Cabinet hostesses
fqllowed the standard set by Mrs. Taft
lii appearing unusually well.
Mrs. Taft wore a handsome white
brocade gown made simply and trim
med on the liodlee wltn tulle and touch
es' of white lace. She wore handsome
diamond ornaments and carried a bou
quet of mauve orchids and pink rose-.
This is the- first time Mrs. Taft has ap
peared this season In anything but
In the rceciving line with the Presi
dent and Mrs. Taft was Mrs. MacVeagh.
wife of the Secretary of the Treasury:
Mrs. Stimson. wife of the Secretary of
War; Mrs. Wickcrsham. wife of the At
torney General; Mrs. Meyer, wife of the
Secretary of the Navy; and Mrs. Nagel,
wife of the Secretary of Commerce and
Ijabor. Mrs. Fisher, wife of the Secre
tary of the Interior, was present for a
part of the evening, but was not in the
receiving line, as she is in mourning.
Sirs. Knox, wife of the Secretary of
Elate, was not in the receiving line last
Mrs. MacVeagh wore amber-colored
chiffon brocaded in velvet, with touchex
of rhinestonc trimmings. She wore gor
Mrs. Stlmson's gown was of sliver and
white brocade with diamonds.
Mrs. Wlckersham wore black crepe
meteor and' tulle.
Mrs. Meyer wore white satin draped
In black brocade and trimmed with
Mrs. Fisher wore a gown of dull
Mrs. Nagel wore a beautiful draped
Bown of black charmeuse.
Mrs. Wood's Guests.
Mrs. Leonard Wood wore a gown of
green brocaded chiffon. Her niece. Ml3s
Alice Judson, of New York, wore pink
Lasts longer than buttonhole
collar and la easier to put on and
to take off. 15c, 2 or 25c
Oaett. Pesbody & Co., Mskets
brocade and shadow lace .and her house
guest. Miss Isabel Beckurts. of Haver
ford, Pa., wore white chiffon trimmed,
with pink roses. .,
.Mrs. Robert Shaw Oliver wore black
velvet .and lace and-iher daughter, Ml&s
Marlari, Oliver, was in white satin, em
broidered in "a design of pink roses.
Mrs. Beekman WlnthroD's sown was
of black charmeuse, made with a bodice
of -crystal embroidered tulle. '
Mrs. Frederick WlnthrOD of Boston.
was in black chiffon' draped over satin,
Mme. Calderon, wife of the Bolivian
minister, wore a stunning gown of cloth
of gold brocaded, in a flower design
draped over raspberry satin.
Miss Elena Calderon wore American
Beauty satin and gold embroidery.
Miss Ampara Rivero. daughter of the
Cuban minister, wore a dainty frock
of "pale blue satin and lace, and her
sister wore stone blue' satin and silver.
Chiffon Over Satin.
Mrs. R. A. Eddy wore a gown of
black lace over satin with jet trim
mings. "Mrs. Driggs wore a gown of gray
satin trimmed with black and -white
bcadjed embroidery. Her daughter,
Miss Natalie Driggs, wore shaded jrrecn
chiffon over satin embroidered In-crystal
Mrs. Stephens, wife of Congressman
William D. Stephens of California, wore
French blue satin- trimmed with Span-ish-lace.
Her debutante daughter was
In. a becoming frock of"shell,pink satin
veiled in chiffon and- trimmed with
Mrs. William Graeme Harvey wore
Nell -rose satin, veiled in black beaded
net, with diamond ornaments.
Mrs. Clark Jones, of Maryland, wore
pale pink satin, trimmed with gold em-
Miss Rosalie .Waters wore an Im
ported gown of emerald green satin,
with rhinestone trimmings.
Miss Marguerite Woodward wore pale
mauve satin and crystals.
Miss .Colette wore pale pink satin
striped chiffon over satin.
Mrs: .William Burton wore a beautiful
white satin gown trimmed with duchess
Mrs. George Langdon Whltford wore
King's blue charmeuse.
Mrs. Fowler wore black satin draped
with cloth of cold.
' Miss Katherlne Anderson, of Cincin
nati, nouse guest or Miss Tart, wore
white satin draped with a tunic of rose
pink embroidered in crystals.
- . Miss Taft in Bine.
Miss Helen Taft wore pale blue satin
with a drapery of blue tulle.
Miss Frances Gamble wore pale pink
Mrs. William L. Marshall, wife of
Brigadier General Marshall, retired,
wore pale pink brocade and lace. Miss
Maitland Marshall wore white satin
draped with crystal netv
Miss Desha Allen, daughter of Major
Henry T. Allen. U. 'Si) A., wore white
satin and lace. Miss Jeanette Allen
wure cense saun ana lace
Miss Greble was In'imlA hltio hnvnri.
Mrs. Lurton. wife of .Mr. 'Justice, T.itr.
ui. wore purpie saun and lace.
airs. Kicnara Townsend wore a stun
ning gown of King's blue satin bro-
caaca in goto.
Lace and Rhinestones.
Mrs. Eugene .Kinkead wore a hand
some gown of black and gold brocade
with touches of lace on the -bodice and
Mrs. Henry F. Dlmock wore white
satin with a wonderful coronet of pearls
In her hair.
Mrs Thomas T. Gaff wore black vel
vet and rhinestones.
Miss Jane Young wore white brocade
with touches of gold. Miss Bessie
TCpung, was in.-a gown of lavender chac
tneuse 'with a bodice of shadow" lace
trimmed -with rhinestones. - "
Mrs. Perry Arnold wore a dainty gown
of white lace draped with shaded pink
Mrs. Robert Dougan 'wore court blue
chiffon and lace.
Mrs.v Steven B. Ayres, wife, of Con
gressman Ayres. of- New York, wore
pink brocade, and gold lace.
. Yirginia Belle Present.
Miss Annejrrayfor, of Richmond, Va.,
the house-guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. G.
Hill, wpre a champagne colored gown
of- chiffon -brocaded.ln velvet, with the
bodice. composed of pearl embroidery.
Mrs. John -W. Timmons, wife of Lieu
tenant Timmons, U. S. A., wore a be
coming gown of white chiffon over satin
bordered In a design of roses and leaves
in shades of yellow and brown. Her
niece. Miss Fairbanks, of Cincinnati,
wore a dainty pale blue brocade gown
trimmed with lace flounces.
Miss Hlldegarde Nagel wore water
melon pink satin and lace.
Mrs. Leigh Palmer wore apricot satin
Miss Searle3 wore a gown of pale
green chiffon and lace.
'Miss Mary Macon wore American
Beauty chiffon and satin'.
Miss Helen 'McC'imbec was In a gown
Thursday Extra Specials
mJiibrooK Brand, New Laid, h&
Extra Large and Heavy, doz . . . OI
Fresh, Eggs of this quality cannot be had
elsewhere at less than 35c to 40c.
Fancy Storage Eggs, doz 19c
LOIN PORK CHOPS, from ivA
Choice Little Pie Loins, lb. . . IOC
All you want for this day only
This class of Pork Chops is sold generally
' at 20c per pound.
Holly Brand Sausage, Pure Pork and Pure
Spices, lb 20c
Country Style Sausage, lb 15c
BUTTER, ELGIN CREAMERY, PLAIN
PRINTS, LB 34c
BUTTER, BROOKFIELD BRAND FRESH
CREAMERY, LB 38c
OLD DUTCH MARKET, Inc.
930 La. Are. Tf. 1632 IS'ortb Capitol St.
8th and E Sis. 8. E. gj JJJ Are.. W.
81st and JC SU. X. W. Jth & B g'
7th & Que Sta. V. Tf. 1778 U St N. Yf.
1111 H St J!. E. 3113 14th SL . Yf.
of v.hltc lace with touches of American
Miss Helen Cannon's gown -of black
velvet and rhinestones was particular
Miss Katherlne Letterman wore black
velvet and brilliants.
Mrs. Swagar 'Sherley wore black satin
and white lace. .
Mrs.-Stephen M. Foote, wife of .Col
onel Fdotc, U. S. A., -wore a' gown of
garnet velvet Her debutante, daugh
ter. Miss Esther Foote, wore pale pink
chiffon over white satin with touches of
nale blue satin. ' t
Mrs. Richard Walnwrlght. Jr., wore a
handsome white charmeuse gown trim
med with real lace.
Mrs. William P. Blddle. wife of the
commandant of the Marine Corps, wore
a becoming gown of pale blue paon vel
vet with the bodice of crystal lace.
Miss Henrietta Fitch wore pale blue
chiffon and satin.
Miss Mary Wilcox wore a gown of
black Jetted net and pearls.
Miss Goldsmith wore a dainty yellow
satin gown draped In 'crystal net A
Mrs. Henry C. Corbln wore white bro
cade with touches of black arid white
wore a black and gold
brocade gown with diamonds.
Miss Ruggles wore white satin and
Mrs. Richard Harlow wore white, bro
caded velvet with brilliants and lace
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Mrs. Casper H. Conrad. Jr.. wife of
Captaln'-Conrad. United States Cavalry,
wore black charmeuse. with pann'eres
enect oi tne saun caugnt wiin jet. vjie
upper part of the bodice was of? lace.
Mrs. Seaton Schroeder wore blue vel
vet" and Miss Sarah 'Franklin 8chroeder
was 111 Willie lauc, wiin luuuuus Ul piHIL
.Mrs. Marlon P. Maus, wife of Genera
Maus, wore a gown Df gray chlffonover
gray charmeuse, trimmed with lace 'and
Mrs. Thomas G. Patten, wife of Con
gressman Patten, wore a gown of black
velvet with lace.
Mrs.- E. C. Brooks was in a beautiful
gown of lilac satin brocaded with silver
flowers. The bodice was trimmed with
Pale Bine and Lace.
Miss Mary Sheridan wore pale blue
brocade with a lace corsage and sleeves.
Mrs. Lee Overman wore mauve and
gold brocade, with silver lace.
Mrs. Wlarren. wife of Senator War
ren, wore a gown of black tulle oven
cloth of gold trimmed with fur and
Mrs. G. Lloyd Magruder wore black
satin, trimmed with rhinestones. Her
ornaments were opals and diamonds.
Mrs. Alexander Sharp, wife of Lieu
tenant Sharp. TJ. S. N.. wore a draped
sown of pale blue charmeuse.
Mrs. Theodore w. Richards, wire of
Dr. Richards. U. S. N.. wore black and
white brocade over white satin.
Mrs. Charles C. Glover wore a hand
some gown. of white brocade, with lace.
Mrs. Walter Wells wore mauve and
gold brocade .wlthjace, ,,. -
Philippine Officer- Present
Mrs. A. J. Converse, who .waa pres
ent with her son Alexander, of .the
Philippine constabulary, wore white
Mrs. Stoddart Taylor wore pale blue
brocade with the upper part.of the bod
ice of lace and nearls.
Mrs. Nelll S. Brown wore pale blue
chiffon trimmed with brown marabou
and made over white satin.
Mrs. W. W. Wotherspoon. wife of
Brigadier General Wotherspoon, U. S.--A.,
wore a handsome yellow, charmeuse
gown with touches of white lace. She
wore handsome old fashioned Jewels.
Miss Rebecca Wllmer wore pale pink
chiffon over satin.
Mrs Spencer Cosby, wife of Colonel
Cosby, TJ. S, A., wore pink, brocade.
Mrs. Thomas Symons wore gray sat
in and fur. f
Mrs. 'SGeorgoJ-Andrews,- wifesOfgBriga
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HOW MUCH IS YOUR
It's worth almort as much as your
life: hpw much Is that worth? You
can get a remedv that keeps the
stomach right and makes It right
when it goes wrong.
MI-O-NA is the name of the treat
stomach remedy and It Is guaranteed
to cure the following stomach ail
ments and symptoms, or mony back.
Indigestion, acute or chronic, gas
tritis, catarrh "of the stomach.
Upset stomach, pain In stomach,
belchlns; of gas, biliousness. v
Heartburn, sour stomach, lump of
lead stomach, after dinner distress.
Nervousness and headache caused
by stomach derangemept
That all-in feeling in the stomach
after a night of sociability.
Bad effects of overeating or drink
ing; sea or car sickness.
Remember money back if it falls
at leading druggists everywhere, and
the price is only 50 cents a large bos.
James O'Donnell guarantees MI-O-NA
The Marfet tf
dler General Andrews. U. S. A., wore
taupe velvet. Her daughter. Miss "Cath
erine Andrews wore agown of gray chif
fon embroidered In coral beads.
Mrs. Edwin Sweet wore a handsome
gown of black Jetted crepe meteor.
Miss Sweet wore a lovely gown of pale
yellow ch&rmeuHA and sold lace.
Mrs.. Wijllam Carroll wore an exquisite
gown., of white charmeuse draDed with
white lace, and a handsome pearl neck
Miss Ruth Wheaton wore white char
meuse trimmed witli lace,- and the
drapery caught with French flowers.
Mrs. Charles B. Anthony wore a strik
ing costume of pale blue and silver bro
cade and point lace and superb dia
Mrs. Robert Ralston wore a handsome
gown of pale blue charmeuse trimmed
with steel passementerie.
Mrs. David Stuart Gordon wore an ex
quisite gown of opal-tinted brocade cov
ered with rose point lace, and diamond
and opal ornaments.
Mrs. William Gordon Crawford wore a
handsome gown of cerese brocade satin.
Miss Mabel Boardman wore a hand
some gown of white satin with train of
black velvet and narrow drapery of
black velvet on vthe side.
Mrs. Pierce Crosby wore a handson
gown of black Jetted net and point lace
and diamond ornaments.
Mrs. Walter Gherardl wore a lovely
gown of pink brocade velvet
Mrs. Joseph Cox wore a gown of
coral pink satin.
Mrs. Walter B. Woodson wore white
satin veiled In pink chiffon, with trim
mings of crystal bands.
Miss Fanny Virginia Burke wore a
gown of white satin embroidered In
Republican Leaders Convinced
That Taft Appointees Can
not Be Passed.
Republican Senators have lost hope of
getting any of the political appoint
ments of President Taft confirmed
Since tho failure of yesterday. Repub
lican leaders say it- is a waste or time
to have any further executive sessions.
This means the new District Commis
sioners 'will fail of confirmation.
The .Democrats are expected before
the session ends to propose once more
to let such Republican appointments as
they may select go through. The Re
publican Senators will probably reject
this, because It would mean that many
of their best friends named foe office
would be turned down and they would
have to explain to "the boys" at, home
how this occurred.
Most .of them prefer to let all the ap
pointments go rather than to be accused
In their own States of discriminating.
Whether army, navy, and diplomatic
appointments will be confirmed Is
Dog Bites Boy on Face.
While playing with a dog at his home,
yesterday" afternoon, three-year-old "Ed
ward O. Frizzell,. -of 7S Maryland ave
nue 'northeast, was bitten on the 'face.
He had the wound dressed at Casualty
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Capital $3,000,000.00 .Ssrihs $2,000,000.00
The Success of This Institution
Is due largely to the fact that fidelity to the
interests of its customers, as well as a strict
adherence to sound and conservative prin
ciples, have always been the guiding policy of
With a capital and surplus of five million
dollars, a most convenient location, and an un
surpassed equipment, we are in a position to
extend'to the people of Washington an excep
tional banking service. v
We offer the depositor every banking facil
( ity and convenience.
We have a separate banking room for the
exclusive use of our women customers, and
the advice of our officers on financial matters
is always at their command.
Charles J. Bell President
Henry F. Blount Vice President
Corcoran Thorn Vice President
Howard S. Reeside Vice President
James F. Hood Secretary
Charles E. Howe Treasurer
Alfred B. Leet Assistant Trust Officer
David N. Houston Assistant Trust Officer
John G. Holden Auditor
W. W. Keck Assistant Treasurer
James E. Fitch
William J. Flather
Milton & Alles
Charles J. Bell
Henry F. Blount
John C. Boyd.
Samuel & Burdett
Murray A. Cobb
William M. Coates
Henry II. Flather
James M. Green
John S. Larcombe
John B. McLean
Edward B. McLean
William S. Corby
American Security and Trust Company
N.W Corner Rfteentk and Rimayrvawa Avenue
Opposite Vital Statu Treasury
IS WIN HOUSE
Appropriations for- Federal Ex
hibit in California and for
Knoxville Starts War.
Another ''exposition battle," almost
as bitter as when San Francisco and
New Orleans struggled for location of
the Panama Pacific Exposition, was
staged today In the House.
Proposed appropriation of $2,000,000 for
an exhibit by Uncle Sani at the Califor
nia exposition in 1915 and JSCO.OCO for
another exposition at Knoxville,. Tenn..
were the two points of controversy. The
San Francisco' measure was Introduced
by Congressman Rodenberg of. Illinois,
and the Knoxville bill by Congressman
Austin of Texas.
Highly colored hand-painted views of
the proposed San Francisco exposition
were on view In the House lounging
rooms today a. silent appeal for support
of the Rodenberg bill.
While little opposition appeared to the
proposed 12.000.000 appropriation, limited
.nl.lv tn a Fedara! bulldlns- and exhibit
apolntment of a "Federal commission of
seven members with snug salaries was
the principal objection. Congressman
Kent of California Is openly denouncing
the commission as a "gigantic graft"
Paraguay Minister Arrives.
Dr Hector Velasquez, the fldst minis
ter from Paraguay to the United States
in eight years, arrived here yesterday.
Dr. Velasquez was formerly minister of
foreign affairs in Paraguay.
Every Winter. At Last Used Reslnol.
Immediate Relief. Trouble Gone. '
St Louis, Mo., Oct 24. 191. "I have
been troubled every winter for years
with chapped hands. They would
crack open at the linger ends, and at
h (- of the Joints on the Index
lingers. These places were quite paltf
ful. I tried every remedy I knew of,
but with only temporary success. I
cemmenced using Reslnol Soap and
ilestnol Ointment last winter, and
after the nrst application found Im
mediate relief, and continued using
them for a 'month, and was not
troubled any more." (Slgnod) J. A.
Bruffee. 740 Aubert Ave.
When the Reslnol treatment has
once cleared away these distressing
bkin affections, the regular use of
Ralnol Soan prevents their return."
Reslnol-Is speedily effective for Itch
ing, burning eruptions, pimples, dan
druff, burns, old sores, and piles. Sold
bv all druegtsts. For free samples
WTUeto Dept. 9-T, Reslnol Chem.
Co., Baltimore, mo.
Clarence F. Normont
Frank B. Koyes
Myron M. Parker
Albert M. Bead
Howard S. Beeside
Frank A. Vanderllp
John F. Wllklns
Waists That Are Town
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The Suits of tomorrow Samples from
the leading New York tailors, who feature
reproductions of imported garments.
Paris and London
Plain-tailored Suits are not to bfr this
spring. The illustration gives one' ldoa
a half hundred others will await your
Inspection tomorrow morning.
That .115 Is a nominal, prlco for many
of them will be apparent.
The new Blouse models will appeal to
milady y of slim form. New cutaway and
straight front models, for all types; a new
style tor- every phase of adult from 34 to
41 bust measurement and for girls, of 14
to IS years. '
Materials include Diagonal Cloth. Serge
and Bedford Cord, made up with collar
and cuffs of bengaline silk or embroidered
&UO chips of
ples of Solid Gold
Scarf. Pins, Sin
ger Rings, Baby
Neck Chains,. and
Beauty Pins. Val
ues to $2.50 at
Tomorrow-Hats to Learn 0f--Today
The new Straw Hats, variously trimmed, to appropriately wear with the new Serine Suits are nor
1 at-reduced"prices but the hat to
oi uiesc nais or louay ana lomorrow rcaa on.
iaiiiijr nine cuei new iiuis lur
itotnorrow: are of black Mallne.
with lam how either nt 3f A
side or back wu.UU
Other small hataof tomorrow are
of Red Crepe with turned up brim
finished with band of black velvet,
the soft crown trimmed with wings
of crepe faced with vel- "T (A
vet .-.... ..... VI9U
Among- the new Flat Hemp
Braids are hats with velvet
crushed around the brim and large
bow at side of velvet ribbon held
In place by orna
Scotch Lace Curtains
$1.00 $1.69 $1.98
Were $1.50 pr.
The February Furniture Sale on this Fourth Floor is to be sup
plemented tomorrow with these Lace Curtains at price surprises as
stated above. Note the variety includes Cable Net, Madras, and Filet
weaves, in white, cream, and Arabian, 22, 3, and 3J4 yards in length
Do you know that Scotch Lace Curtains are the most wear resisting?
A.,,4 tUnt ti n tn 3 fin nr nnir flr eonsidri" Inn nrires!
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Many Others 88c
Why Delay a Selection?
Now it means choice of a complete stock of both valentines and valentine,
favors. Later it means joining the crowd and scrambling for those rejected
by earlier visitors. Besides valentines proper are post card valentines and
valentine table decorations, comprising "hearts and flowers," lunch sets or
napkins of crepe paper, valentine festoons, snapper mottos, ice and almond
cups, candy baskets. In Stationery Department, first floor, east side of elevators.
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Lessons in Art Needlecraf t
Daily from 8-30 A. M. to 12 M. ? , : -
Why not begin with your initial on towel or pfllo-r case? The
initial stamped free of charge. Best of towels are here frem lbe
to 75c and pillow cases at 50c per pair.
For "her" boudoir and "His" den these dark linen crash
and burlap covers, both front and back, stamped In floral aad.coa-t
ventional designs. Free lessons to every purchaser.
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and lazy-daisy stitch... -
wear with the heavier suit can be
Another new small hat of to
morrow is also of Hemp Braid,
trimmed on -left side with Nell
Hose ribbon laced
The small and medium size
shapes of today, in all colore rA
of soft felt. 2.00 values... tfVC
Today's best Velour Hats, small
close fitting- shapes;, in violet,
taupe, brown, cardinal, navy,, and
bright blues, tan, and 0-l rn
black. $5.00 values tW
Were to $3
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Guaranteed Sterling Silver
Each Piece Is Stamped "Sterlkg Silver" . . .
The visitor will learn surreptitiously or otherwise whether
your silver is silver. It is a source
they need not have doubted. They'll find out these smaller pieces, as
illustrated, are sterling silver, and will never imagine they cost you
They'll have to guess about the
the bonbon dishes, creamers, sugars,
dishes, and candleticks. These are
from $2.00 to $3.00 lots.
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The $1S Winter Salts of todayll re
duced to 85.00 for .choice;
$10 and $16.50
Tho $25 to HO Suits of today, 'bunched
and made 'two lots, reduced to $10.09 asd
$16.50 far choice. " - '
.Fur ScU Reducod ,
The remaining sets are $3.00 to $59.09,
lustea of $15.00 to $75.08.
. Fur Coats Rcducsd
The Hudson Seal Coats, are finally re
duced as follows $76.00 to $250;. Instead
of $96.00 to $rrs.69. The Pofty, Coats ire
$52.00 to $75.0u. instead of' $65".00to:$0r.ti.
important to remember these- are re
duced prices reduced. Important to .learn
of really best values to. make compari
wit furs ahown elsewhere before
making; a final decision. '-.- (J
Covers 25c and 59c
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Apreai, oi wane Striped Sw:
stamped for. French embroidery0
work. Veryspeclal- -. . Kgi
bought for next to nothing:' Learn I
Today's Velvet and Plush. Hats.
In all colors; various lots 0 Ail
bunched. "Were to $7.50.. 9&tJJ.
Children's Hats "of today. smaTTTf "
mushroom and rolled brim shapes, f '
trimmed with ribbon and small",
feather cockade. TVere" IQj
.Children's Velvet. Plush. Cordu
roy Felt, and Beaver Baftf 'Mlttfe
med .with ribbons and flowers.
were as much as 12.50 now
of satisfaction for you to know I
larger pieces they don't handle J
mustards, cheesedishes, custard f
plated, reduced to 88c, odd pieces
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