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THE WASHINGTON TBIES, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
ltf MEMBERS FOR
BOARD OF TRADE IS
SLOBAN AT BANQUET
IM QUANTITIES TO
Committee Will Put Forth Best
Efforts to Gain Prize Offered
by President Droop.
Determination to add 250 members to
the Board of Trade by November 1
was the prevailing sentiment at the
dinner of the membership committee of
the Board of Trade at the Hotel Ster
ling last evening. In muny respects it
was the banner dinner of the year with
this committee, lor not only was the
attendance large, but enthusiasm ran
nigh, and the dinner served by Mana
ger J. W. Gibson, formerly manager of
the Cafe Republique, brought forth ex
pressions of "best ever." Miss Marjorie
H. Bowie so delighted the attendants
with her songs that a. beautiful corsage
was presented her by John W. Cherry
Jor the committee.
H. Cliftord Bangs, chairman of the
committee, told .or President Droop's
otter to reward the committee with a
dinner at the end of the year if they
succeed in adding 260 names to tne
Board of Trade's membership during
the year. Eighty-one new members
have already been obtained.
E. F. Colladay volunteered to pledge
himself to get ten of these, and sev
eral others pledged an equal number.
Others promised to bring in Ave.
William H. Singleton, the oldest mem
ber of the committee, spoke of what
has been accomplished for Washington
by the Board of Trade. He said the
-question as to what work had been
don by the board could best be an
swered by comparing Washington of
today with Washington of twenty-live
A. R. Servan. Odell S. Smith. John
R. Ergood. Frank E. Cunningham,
Harry F. Allmond, Chris J. Gockeler.'
and others to d how they procured
members last year and were going to
Set meml-ers this year.
The members of the committee at
tending the dinner were Harry F. All
mond. H. Clifford Bangs, John Brew
er, Edwin R. Brooks. Lyman E. Bur
dine, George W. Brace, Stacy H.
Briant, Walter M. Brown. John M.
Cherry. L. Lee Combs. Frank E. Cun
ningham. E. F. Col'aday, Richard L.
Conner. Charles F. Crane. P. D. Cone,
Clarence Dodge, Dr. H. Clarence Dut
fey, William K- El'ls. John R. Ergood,
Chris J. Gockeler. Thorns Bryan Huyck.
William M. Hallam, James I. Owens.
J-ouls" R. Peak. Georpe PHtt. Georso
C Schafer, A. R. Serven. William H.
Singleton. Odell S. Smith, Edwin K.
Staler, Parker H. Sweet, Fred J.
White. Tom A. Weaver.
Old Folks Concert
For Benefit of Church
Cupids and Mushy "Poems"
Adorn Lacy Messages of
Love That Stagger Mailmen.
Little tokens- of affection and In some
cases little symbols of near-humor
went through the malls in quantities
because the anniversary of old St. Val
entine Is beings celebrated. Postmen
went about their work burdened with
nearly as many missives as on Christ
mas Day and New Tear, but the mis
sives were not nearly so bulky as on
Valentine poets and poetasters show
no great metrical nor emotional Im
provement this year, although the pic
torial qualities of valentines are bet
tered every year. The valentine verse
maker, however, does not grow better
But the sentiments of valentines, un
less hopelessly mushy, generally please
the receivers because of the intention
back of the act. and if the verses would
make Bliss Carman, Percy Mackaye,
and Dicky Le Galllenne have the shud
ders they do not have that effect on
most other persons.
Occasionally some more clever "con
celt" Is to be found on a card of val
entine. "You're a valentine after my own
heart, and I am after yours." runs the
legend on one of the cards received
by a noted young National Capital
"May Valentine's Day find you cared
for and caring for some one. as well,"
says another card which, the cynical
will note, fails to specify that the one
cared for and the one caring shall be
the same person. This card went to
one of the young benedicts of the city.
Many valentines went today to homes
where the stork has recently paid a
visit. Vital records at the District
Building show that the stork has been
quite busy lately in Washington, boys
In particular being left by the long
legged bird. These youngsters get
muny appropriate postcards.
Congressman Tom Heflln received a
large number of 'comics" today, none
of uhich seemed to the Alabama states
man particularly comic. All had to do
with his anti-suffrage declarations.
New "Critic" School
Purposes of the new "critic school"
were- explained by Miss A. M. Coding
to the parents of pupils in the school
at a meeting in the New Normal build
ing, at Eleventh and Harvard streets.
The critic school is located In eight
rooms of the Normal building, and the
school is under conduct of the Normal's
experts on teaching.
Miss Godlng. who is principal-of the'
Normal was followed by two of the
students of the teacher-training instttu-,
tton. Miss Isabel Lucy gave an Illus
trated story, and Miss Louise Wood
played a plana solo.
Dawe Will Lecture.
G Grosvenor .Dawe. editor of the
Chamber of Commerce of. the United
States, will lecture on "The Income Tax
Idea" at the Y, M. C. A. tonight
Saturday's Candy Menu
a lb., 29c
a lb., 23c
Cream filling Chocolate
and vanilla flavors. Will
melt In your mouth.
Kann's Kapital Kandy, a Pound, 35c
About 75 different kinds In the assortment. Other
places you are asked eoc and 80c for candy that is not
a single bit better than this we offer at a lb.-36c.
candy Store Street Floor.
In assorted flavors.
Filled with fruits and
Open Until Nine P. M. Saturday
rHZ BUSY CORNER
BREAKS A COLD NEEDS
Pape's Cold Compound cures colds
and grippe in a few .
Six Cakes Soap
Not more than six cakes to a cus
tomer. None sent C O. D.
Ivory Soap Swift's Pride Soap
Gold Dust Washing Powder
Olieno Soap Lenox Soap
Brooke's Crystal Soap
FREE -Embroidery Classes, 9:30 a. m. to 5:30
those purchasing materials here. Art Store, Third
Smart, but along the line of the new Spring styles
decidedly conservative not large, not small, straight
brims, normal crowns, and trimmed with rather wide
bands of velveteen to match' the color of the hat.
Colorings are white, red, brown, black, and-navy.
All are of t-ou gh straw braids, and" they are very
nobby for early wear.
MIHlnefy Store Second Floor.
Quart bottle of strong House
hold Ammonia for
Not more than two bottles to
tomer. None sent C. O. D.
Soap Store Third Floor.
Kana'a Bniy Ceraer Coffee to
carefully selected for its strength and
rich flavor. Ground medium, tine and
pulverized. Put up In one Dound inll
cans. Not more than two pounds to a
STOCK SHEETS SHOW THE FOLLOWING
Winter Garments That Must Go Satttrdav
FINAL Prices prevail, to dispose of them in short order.
YOU can get many months' wear from them note the price advantage to have
new garments to finish the winter months in.
27 That Were $19.75
o?Sod Now $15.00
94 That Were $12.50
to $20.00 .
80c Feather Cake, freshly made,
rich cream filling, large size
50c Devil Cake, fresnly made
from best stock, large sUe
Me Layer Cakes, Ireaniy made, purest
ingredients, choice 01 Orange,
Chocouie, Vanilla, Cocoanui', oO
Uc .Peach Pies, freshly made.
large sise. witn rich, nakey crust..
2c Layer cakes, iresioy made;
Orange, Chocolate, Vanilla, Co- -Q
coanut .". v X7C
60c Marshmallow Chocolate Cakes.
targe sue, maae irora oest
BEST ASSORTED FRENCH
TRIES, RICH AND DELICIOUS
Sunshine Cake. Angel Cake,
Ralsta Pound Cake, each
Spiced Pound Cake. Jelly Roll.
t Africans, Chocolate Eclairs,
Cream Puffs, per do.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF COFFEE
CAKES, BUNS. ETC, ETC, AT
It is a positive fact that a dose of
Pape's Cold Compound, taken every
two hours until three consecutive doses
are taken, will end the Grippe and break
up the most severe cold, either In the
head, chest, back, stomach, limbs, or
any part of the body.
It promptly relieves the .most miser
able headache, dullness, head and nose
stuffed up, feverlshness, sneezing, sore
throat, running of the nose, mucous ca
tarrhal discharges, soreness, stiffness,
and rheumatic twinges.
Take this wonaerfut Compound as di
rected, with the knowledge that there
Is nothing else In the world, which will
cure your cold or end Grippe miser1'
as promptly and without any other as
sistance or bad after-effects as a 25
cent package of Pape's Cold Compo"
which anv druggist, can supply accept
no substitute contains no quinine. Be
longs In every home, ""astes nice acts
An old folks concert will be given to
night in Grace M. E. Church for the j
benefit of the church debt fund which !
Pastor S. Townsend Weaver Intends to
have paid oil within two more years.
Old Bongs will be sung by the Grace
choir, assisted Joy the choir from the
First Congregational Church.
Dr. Weaver is now preaching a series
f sermons on "The Gospel of Christ in
the Masterpieces," in which he tells the
trtory of religion as shown In the great
pictures and music of the ages.
I IMA M ilMSM M n
BIG ECONOMIES IN NEEDED HOUSEWARES
Less Than Factory Cost for Fine Plain White
Syracuse China and High-Qjrade Imper- -
ial White Porcelain Ware for General Use
Fire in Garage.
Damage estimated today at $500 was
done by Are last evening to the garage
of the Adams Express Company, 1X3
B street northwest. The blaze was
caused by feed wires for charging elec
tric trucks coming In contact with a
lus Baltimo.t: and Return, Baltimore
and Ohio. Every Saturday and Sunday.
Good to return ant'l 9:00 A. M. Train
Monday. All trains both ways. Includ
ing the Royal ulmited. Advt. J
finest Storage Eggs
Richland Brand of r -
Sugar Corn, per can: v C
Royal Red Tomatoes, O
per can -.. 0
Herring Roe, per y Q
Red Top Asparagus, -I Q -per
can ' s
California Lemon ICr
Cling Peaches, per can. . ' J v
Wisconsin Peas, very "I A
fine, per can IUC
20-oz. Cans of Gold
Seal Baking Powder, per "I A
Horse Radish, per Q-
Catsup, per Q-
Fancy Cabbage, per r
Fancy Yellow Onions, "IC
oer ceck UL
Dried Lima Beans,
Large New Fat Mack- r -erel
3 Loaves Star of East 1 )-1
Bread for Hill
The 2nd Shipment
From tie Koppniieiiier factory Creates Scores ef Mew CistMers
NOW WHILE THE ASSORTMENT
IS GOOD, WHILE YOU CAN STILL
FIND YOUR SIZE AND MODEL IN
A FABRIC OF YOUR CHOICE YOU
CAN SECURE A KUPPENHEIMER
OVERCOAT AT SAVINGS
Values Up to $30
and 7U inch.
Meat Dishes. 10,
11 a nu 13 incn
Dinner Platss, 10-
Nappies or Bowls,
Flat Plates, 6, 7,
and 8 Inch sizes.
Flat Plates. 5&-ln.
10c Water or .Ta
ble Tumblers', of
line thin blown
crystal gl In
either bell or
d bands (T-
around top .... UV
ISc Oarbue Cabs
of flrst quality 3-
Iron, with strons
handles and bot
toms: complete with
covers; fam- on
.! ..., t7C
2$o Fruit or Po
tato Presses, with
black Japanned han
dles and removable
cup. Family "lITp
10.n Dinner Bets
of One imperial
shapta- and artl-
ticsuy decorated in
ble Dishes. 9-inch.
Water Pitchers. 3-
Round Nappies or
Jelly Dishes, 9 and
Round Nappies, 7-
Sugar Bowls. -
Silverware and Table Cutlery
"Rosalie" Pattern Silver-Plated Ware Heavy Special
Plate That Will Wear
Teaspoons, per set of sir. 36c
Tablespoons, per set uf six. ...... .... 72c
Table Forks, per set o? six 72c
Heavily Retinned Tableware on Heavy Steel Base
AcAspoons, . ic
x siDi tspoomi , CC
Table Forks .. '. 3c
Table Knives 5c
BSBBBBBk BBBs i
Heavy Coin Silver Plated Table'
ware; Beaded Border Design
fec6pcons, eacn ,, ..........4c
Tablespoons, each .........Sc
Table Forks, each ....; '. Sc
Table Knives, each 12c
J1.SI TeaktttUs of
el, with ititnr hall
floral effacta,1 with- bandies and covers:
gilt tracing; full white lined: , and
blers, of finest crys
tal glaaa; haad
acme colonial shapes
Sc Coal Hods or
Scuttles or best
buck japanned met
al, with strong; bot
tom and riveted
handles; sold sub
ject to slight 11,
dent ......... llC
fast, dinner, and
tea i e r vl c i.
t.M Wart Boil
ers of heavy solid
ooppar, with strong
ly reinforced bot
toms and riveted
handlas; will not
rust or corrode and
will lait Indefinite
ly. No. S
Choice .- vZkZD
11.11 Rice or Milk
Boilers or heavy
white lined, long
handles and covers;
2. I. and 4 quart
First 'Quality Fan
cy Tabic Oilcloth,
pretty patterns. 8-4
$2.26 D o u b 1
Raasters or Bakers
of best four-coated
seamless . v turquoise
blue enamel: r with
enamel lirtntnit pan;
is and n
Pails or seamless
f o u r-coated all
white enamel, with
strong ball handles
and complets with
covers; II- QQ.
First Quality Plain
White and Tile Ef
fects Table Oil
cloth. 5-4 4)1 .
$2.00 Ash Cans, et
extra heavy, three
Iron, with rein
forced bottom and
reinforced at top
and bottom with
wide steal f AQ
' lie Gaa Globes, of
best crystal glass.
In pretty shapes and
dainty cut jglass
1L08 Inverted Gas
I 1 g h t s. genuine
baeh make, best
brass burner, extra
quality mantle and
Warranted to give
H.49 Slop Jars, or
fine plain white por
celain. In handsome
shapes; large size;
side handlas. Com
of fine plain white
porcelain, la pretty
shapes and good
size: wash bowl.
wash pitcher, cov
ered chamber, soap
slab. mug. Qfljf
iLtt '-'and H.4S
Wash . Boilers, of
heavy grade polish
ed charcoal tin.
with solid copper
bottoms and rlvsted
with covers; all
dented a little, but
watertight and will
not leak: 7Qf
choice . ss7v
Mc Wash' Tabs of
first quality heavy
grade three coated
with strong bot
toms and riveted
handles; No. gfl
3 alze; 24-ln.OiTV
"Leyland. "Carlton" Desigmin
Rogers Famous 1881 Silverware
Tablespoons, each ............19c
Teaspoons, each 9c
Table Forks, eacn 19c
Table Knives, each He
c Skillets or Fry
lag Pans, of heavy
grade poUabed steal,
made all In on
piece, seamless and
sanitary; long Jian
dl: 12-inch -.(La
4c Water or Table
Tumblers, ot- good
welght crystal (lass;
pretty shapes and
-JT.4S CuspMet or
Spittoon, at beat
solid brass, either
nickel or .brass flfl
lab; heavy loaded
good sise .... I tfr
Ye Bread Raisers,
of heavy-grade pol
ished tin. with foot,
and complete with
cover; extra ' large
J. T. D. Pylcs
"WH1TK TATIENTS ONLY." ,
Reliable Dentistry, Known in
Washington for 12 Years.
ASK YOUR FRIENDS.
Plates. Crowns, Bridges. St. Fillings, Kc 7tc.il
QUR HIGH SHOES MUST GO TO MAKE WAY
FOR NEW LOW STYLES
We have Iumnri HOVAral nrlA If, ..)... ,.. - 4 1.1. l.HA..l
making two price lines of them as follows:
ALJ. own gsjjo aad SJ4.O0 high SHOES, including our (O AC
famous Kolonlals. marked to close at tDjbeeD
Alib OUR UMK , 94M aad 5.0o"HiG"fiTsHOE9, among wnlch are"
numbered our well known Pocahontas and Bench Made tfrO MB.
Shoes, at . 9qA5
MISSES' A.VD CHILDRKJTS HIGH.
Including both the regulation and
extra high-cut styles. In gun
metals, tan calfskin, vicl kid, and
p.itcnt ctiltv n Valu fo t
and SALE PRICES FROM (fcrt OC
1.15 to 6t00
ABOUT 25 STYLES OF WOM&V8
XEW LOW SHOES .
In plain pumps, lace Oxfords, and
Pocahontas Oxfords. In the neat
est, most trim fitting lasts, and In
tan, gunmetal. and patent coltskin
leathers. A pair tomorrow (J AA
Shoe 8tore- Second Floor.
A Clear Saving
of 41c .
If You Buy a New
Saturday from this lot of Black Leather
Handbags, gilt or gunmetal trimmed
fitted with purse. A fortunate
purchase of $1 values enables CQ
us to say OUC
Leather Goods Store Street Floor.
Favors anil Candies
Buy them for your-WVashlngton's
Birthday entertainments and par
HATCHETS-To be filled with
. 3c, 5c d 10c
Pin-on Paper Hatchet's, r
Logs, with Cherry and Hatchet, at
5c, 25c an 30c
Washington Crossing the 1A.
Satin Shield Boxes, in na- 1A.
tlonal colors AUl
Candy store street uooin.
era for tl
Blankets and Comforts
Lasso Wool Cosnforta, size 73x78 inches, -covered with best tfuallty
China Silk in pretty floral designs; filled with pure lambs wool that has
oeen wen cleaned ana scourea; nntsnea with 9-lnch plain silk .
border to match. Actual-17.50 value for one day only, each..
White aad Gray Cottoa Blaakets,
sizes 64X30 Inches; excellent weight
and quality, finished with pink or
blue borders and crochet edge.
$2.00 values; tomorrow a " QQ
Neckwear At Savings of a Third to More Than Half
So you ca buy now prettiest of Lace Collars, Chemisettes, and Yokes la the aewest sprlag deslgan OCk
la lacea that elsewhere will be OOc o SI, for oaly UV
New Neckwear Novelties at Popular Prices
New Messallne and Vel
vet Bows, extreme. 9K
New Windsor Ties with
Bulgarian ends, QKp
ly pretty styles.... mcjv at
Sleeveless Gulmpes of extra quality shadow r.r
plain nets. In white, cream, or black nOC
I New UulKdrlan Collars embroidered on
, llnenc for wear on waists or coats, at
Iluchlnir Strips In white, black, or colors.
New fcace Stocks In
Point Gaze, Imitation
Irish Crochet, and Bo
hemian laces; straight
and pointed side
New Shoulder Point
Collars, In black or col
ored Messallne with rab-
at of net trimmed
with vaL lace. at..
New Bontonlerea and Comaire ! lowers.
Mo'it realistic reproductions of nature's prettiest
Boutonieres..BOc to $1.33 1 Violets and Or
Violets at ....hoc to $1.00 chtdn ....IJM aad gtJW
Gnrrienen.-i . .30e and TOc ' Violets and Gar- -
v"lnra' Strp 5trt Floor, deneas glJO Ji
Just Arrived. About 30 Ex
quisiteStyles inLingerie Waists
We hapten to announce their arilv
al, all advance models, and yet by a
fortunate purchase secured under
price. You will readily recognize
those a worth very much more than
our special price for tomorrow, but
e ar offrrinir them to you a we
secured them under price.
t-tylts are n hne voiles, and Mnserle
materials, some have the new Ilobes
plerro collar, others show the popu
lar Prince Imperial frill. There are
also some beautiful white voile
waists daintily trimmed with colored
striped toile bandings, and these arc
Unshed with cut crystal buttons to
mutch the color of the trlpe There
are handsome embroidered voiles, and
elaborately trimmed lingeries of Ann
laces Prlnccj.8, Cluny. Val. and othpr
laces, and fine qualltv embroideries.
The special price for tomor- JJO AA
row Is only t3i.UU
Waist Store 2nd Floor.
Japanese Jewelry and Trinket:
Boxes Offered at Big Price
The dainty silver pitted affairs
that every woman likes to own
buy now and save money..
TWO BIO LOTS TO SELECT FROM.
50c to $1.00
Values . . .
$1.50 to $3
Values . .
Jewelry Store Street Floor.
A very good razor and one we recom
mend to give sen-Ice. Complete with
n'.ckle-plated holder, handle and one
(Extra blades 3 for 10c.)
Toilet Goods Store Street lloor.
18 and 20 inch Scalloped
Real pretty effects. In embroidered
designs: regularly SOc. Special OQn
tomorow at Ai7v
English Lace Scarfs and Shams.
In exact copies of drawnwork and
Renaissance patterns. To- OCa
morrow, each atV
Art Store Third Floor.
Sllkolla Covered Comforts, size
72x72 inches, filled with clean sani
tary cotton, covered la light or
dark colored sllkolines; scroll
stitched, quilting; extra spe- AQM
cial, each e70C
Bedwear Btore Street Floor.
See the New
Pretty to a degree seldom found In
such Inexpensive qualities.
Plain, tucked or hemstitched Nets.
In white, cream or ecru. A yard.
29c, 39c " 50c
Lace Pleatlngs. in VaL. Shadow Cra
quelle and Filet Nets. at. a yard,
25c to $1.50
Ruchings, in flat or fluffy- effects.
Special, a length of 13H Inches, ft
Neckwear Store Street Floor.
Saturday the dav to buy Brushes
Because you can buy them at Kann's
at savings not to be had except during
this annual sale.
At 15c, 17c, 39c to SI. 39
25c to 3 values.
At3c, 10c, 15c to 39c
5c to 38c values.
At 5c, 10c, 19c to 25c
10c to 39c values.
Find them on Special Bargain Table-
White In silken petticoats seems to
ment. We have beautiful new styles that
Cream white messallne petticoats, made
White Silk Crepe and White Messaline
with accordion pleated flounce, flh- n nft
lshed with knife pleated ruffle at.. Wvw
Wnite IUCBBilllc irciiivuai, At;(;viuiuil
nieaieu jiuuiiwc umohvu .,, ,, i
small tucks. Another style has Bilk Jersey
top and Is finished with messallne tucked
flounce with ruffle of knife pleat- dJO QJ?
ing. and cotton "underplece wttsfO
Similar style a little more elab
orate, and all messanne at
be a fair rival of the brilliantly colored gar
are very popular.
White silk crepe de chine petticoat, trim
med at bottom with knife pleating, lace
ruffle, and ornamented with rosebuds; we
also have theBe In two shades of light blue,
and one shade of pink. All hand- (JJT AA
somely trimmed, at Weill
Also at this price several styles of fine,
heavy quality white messallne r AA
Better qualities and more elab- 1A
orately trimmed, at as.oo. 0.00 and.. &XV
Women's Wear Store Second Floor.
Mothers Think Unusually Pretty Our
New Styles in Girls and Children's Dresses
We know they do by the way they have been buying them'slncff the flrst announce
ment of their arrival. M .....
CHILDREN'S RUSSIAN BLOUSE "DRESSES, for little tots one to three years old.
Dresses are made square or round nepk, button at side: flnlshed-wlth belt and trimmed
with pipings of contrasting- colors, checks and plain colors; some have bib yokes and
little pockets and finished with little wash trimmings; In many different colors and flL,
patterns. Sizes for children one to three years -JUl
CHILDREN'S Percale and Gingham Drssses. made round-neck style; some of linene-
also; have belt and pleated skirt: button In the back from the neck to the hem of the
dress: striped, checked, and plain colors; trimmeu witn pipings ana roias or differ
ent colors; some have revers of white pique. Sizes 2 to 6 years. At.
MISSES One-piece School Dresses, sailor
collars, tie. belted waists and fitted skirts.
In tan and white, trimmed with braid.
Smart, chic styles for schoolgirls.
Sizes 14, 16 and 18
GIRLS' MIDDY BLOUSE 8UITS, made
with blouse ot white and skirt of blue; col
lar and cuffs to match skirt, braid trim
med, emblem on shield. Choice CO AA
of the lot.... sf.fc.UU
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