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THE WASHINGTON , TIMES TUESDAY, MARCH? 4, 1913.
WILSON IS ONE. OF
'BOYS' AT SMOKER
President-Elect Gives Thanks for Sympathy and Encourage
ment of Princeton MenSongs and Cheers Greet "Prexy"
at Gathering of Graduates.
745nc $PX J0 ta 50 lvi v
40 inches wide; a fine, soft quality1, and re
quires, no ironing. Just'theimaterial for fA
nice waists and gowns. Wedfleslay, a yard.DUC
$3.00 English Long Cloth
45 inches wide; soft chamois finish for
women's and children's wear. 12 yards to the
OPEN 8:30 A. M.
Akm Clock at 59c
nickeled, guaranteed Alarm
Clocks. Actual $1.00 val
ues. Only'lZOO in the lot.
iTwenty-nine Members of Family
Take Dinner Together at
jus enougn lor one
days selling. Spe
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President-elect Wilson was honor
Suest at dinner In the Shoreham Hotel
lMt nleht, given by Mr. and Mrs. John
A. "Wilton, his cousins.
It was a Wilson atrair, full or the
hospitality of the South, and came with
in three hours after Wilson arrived in
the city. His first duty was to call
upon President Taft, his second to meet
his relatives at dinner as the guest of
1 There -was a laclc of all formality,
and It was "all Wilson," as none but
blood relatives was present. At 7:3)
o'clock Mr. Wilson escorted Mrs. John
A. Wilson into th.e gold room of the
hotel. Immediately following came Mr.
Wilson's cousin with Mrs. Woodrow
Wilson. The rest strolled In in small
groups, twenty-nine In all, and the
doors were closed Immediately behind
The room via adnrnri fnr the- event i
with banks of palms and ferns In each '
corner. Deep-shaded KUlarney roses
iuu iruin mc manue. A ucep ikauk
of dark pfnks and azaleas gave vlvd
color contrast to the gold nails. Place
cards, bearing a hand-painted Ameri
can flag, were at each plate.
Tb President-elect and Mrs. Wilson
sat at one end of the table, and the
.dinner, aiming to be as near "like
home" is possible, was served in glas.
and silver service, never before used.
The design, resembling that of the
coat of arms of the President of the
United States, was beautifully worked
cut in every, ulece. A silver slipper
acocrding to Mrs. Wilson, the slipper
of luck, and equal to the slipper of
Cinderella was the souvenir.
Those af the table, other than the
President-elect and Mrs. Wilson, In
cluded Mrs. A. W. Howe, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilson,
Miss Elisabeth Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
William McC. Wilson. Miss Elizabeth
McC. Wilson, John McC Wilson. Mr.
and Mrs. J. Wilson Kowe, Wayne
Bliakley, Dri and Mrs. George Howe;
Mr. and Mrs. Fenn, Mrs. MacCoy. Mr?.
Leach, Hrs. Lee, Mrs. Stark, Edwin
Stark, Mrs. Luce. .Fred Tates. Stock
tea Arson, Miss Helen Woodrow Bones,
tin. P. C. Cothran, Miss Alice Wilson.
Girl Democrat, Who
Made Speeches During
, Campaign, Is in City
Among the inauguration visitors who
an attracting much attention is Miss
Dorothy Dolly Frooks, known as the
"Political Baby Wonder." Although
only eighteen years old. Miss Frooks is
an accomplished political speaker and
has stumped the Eastern 8tates, making
a: many aa ten speeches a night in
behalf of Democracy. "Mrs. Frookt is
an ardent admirer of William Jennings
Bryan and a su ff ragist.
Woodrow Wilson, the Princeton men's
"Prexy," was one of the "bojs" at the
alumni smoker in the New Willard
Hotel last night. He said he thanked
God for It.
The shadow of toda's serious busi
ness was on him, but for a time he was
Indeed the merriest member of the
party, lie swung his arms to the tun!
of "Old Nassau" as 1,000 other arms
waved In unison.
"PreAy," the old grads and oung
grads called him last night, and he
liked it. He smiled pleasantly during
his brief stay In the Democratic Prince
ton smoker. He shook hands with even
one of the guests. About every third
man that passed him seemed to be a
cloe personal friend. He would receive
more than the perfunctory but happy
greeting accorded the others.
"Prexy" Is cXal Democrat.
"Prexy" was Just as Democratic as
any man In that vast. Jovial throng,
but he avoided the cigars, cigarettes,
and steins of beer. The story went the
rounds that "prexy" never smokes, and
that he takes only one or two glasses
of beer In a whole year.
The package of cigarettes that he re
ceived at the door was enclosed In a
neat leather case, on which was em
blazoned the Princeton crest.
"What is it?" queried Mr. Wilson as
he looked the package over.
"Coffin cigarettes." whlnpered back
.Judge Pitney, of the United States Su
preme Court, and nobody except one re
porter knew that the Presldent-eledt
wasn't wise to the Princeton men's
"Prexy" entered the ball room at 9
o'clock after the smoker had been in
progress for an hour.
A great big yell that last for five full
minutes greeted htm as he walked
through an aisle banked bv 1,030 Prince
tonlans. As he seated himself, on the
little platform before which he could
see the mammoth Orange and Black
sign, "Princeton, Win or Lose." the
crowd struck up the "Triangle Song."
Greeted With .Song.
Mr. Wilson smiled. Then his face
twitched with emotion. When the
chorus came, ne joinea in tne woras. (
".Nassau, Nassau., ring out tne cnorus
Nassau. Nassau, thy Jolly sons are we.
Cares shall be forgotten, our sorrows
While we are marching through Prince
ton." Then the boys gave him the famous
Princeton "Locomotive" cheer. It was
a cheer to warm the cockles of any
Then the graduates sang the rousing
"Old Nassau" song and Prexy joined in
the waving of arms lustily when the
chorus was reached:
"In praise of Old Nassau, my bojs,
Hurrah, Hurrah, Hurrah!
Her sons will give while they shall live
Three cheers for Old Nassau!
Wilson shook hands with every mem
ber present. "Jim" Sloan, President
Taffs secret service guard, watched
the line. Back or the President-elect
etood Judge Pitney and Henry Clay
Stewart, president of the District
alumni: Chairman William F. Mc
Coombs. of the Democratic National
Committee. Squadron A, of New York.
sent many representatives, and the Es
sex troop, of New Jersey, was like
wise well represented.
"Prexy" then made a tittle speech,
In which he thanked God for the "In
visible brotherhood" of Princeton spirit.
"Fellows, I had not intended to say
anything," said he, with a noticeable
tremor In his voice, "because the only
appropriate thing to say I can't, be
cause there are no words for It. There
are some emotions that are very much
deeper than a man's vocabulary can
reach; and I have a feeling tonight that
moves me very much Indeed.
"We have often spoken of our com
radeship together, as Plnceton men. and
I have spoken so often that I am
ashamed to repeat It almost, of the part
that Princeton has played In public
life, and I have spoken so often of that
sense of having a great invisible broth
erhood, that binds a man by uncom
mon standards of honor and of service.
x- t tarni hnw uDon the eve of
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attempting a great task-a prorouna
and great one-and now there are sd
many men In the United States who
know me and understand me, and to
whom I do not have to explain any
thing. Members of the family do not
need to be told what Is going to happen.
And. threfore. It is not necessary to
make a speech to the family.
"I have only to say that my reeling
tonight Is a family feeling of being
among men trained as I was trained,
looking out-upon )lfe as I look out upon
it, and ready to give me that sympathy
which buoys a man up more than any
thing else In the world. I thank God.
that it is so. and thank you for this
evidence of It."
President-elect Wilson went away ..o
nis hotel amid the strains of America,
happy in the reception of "those who
understand," and bearing with him a
tiger's tooth for luck the token of
Stanley Hunter. 10, an Indian mission
Two hours after the President-elect
left, the students were still fraternizing
In true Princeton style.
Store Opens, 8:31 A M .
Closes, 5:30 P. M.
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China and Glass Store
Invites Inaugural Visitors
To inspect its stocks, comprising what is
concededly the most complete showing of
the kind to be found.
. Here are displayed the world's finest
productions in China, Glass, Art Pottery,
Bric-a-Brac, Silverware, Lamps, &c. a
collection characterized by unequaled com
prehensiveness, artistic beauty, and ex
clusiveness of design.
Included are many desirable articles
suitable for presentation as
Souvenirs of the National Capital
Special attention is directed to our collection of Plates, Cups,
and Saucers, wbicn are exact reproductions of the china used at the
White House during the administrations of Presidents Washington,
Lincoln, Grant, Harrison, and McKinley.
dT"This store makes a specialty of supplying the
needs of HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, COLLEGES, and
other institutions, and extends a special invitation to those
conducting such to familiarize themselves with its superior
facilities for handling this class of trade.
Dulin & Martin Co.
China, Glass, Silver, Porcelain, Kitchen Utensils, &c.
1215 F Street and 1214-16-18 GStreetN.W.
Inaugural Visitors Are Cordially Invited to Make This Their Headquarters
Extraordinary Values Are Offered for Tomorrows Special Sate
Women's Silk Hose
$1.50 Values $1.00 Pair
Misses' Pure Silk Hose, in black,
double lisle sole, high spliced heel and
double lisle garter top. Good aa
values at $1.50 a pair. Special MIUU
Infants' White Silk Hose, dou-r)C
ble lisle heel and toe. Special ZDC
Misses' Fine Ribbed Hose, in black and
white, double sole and extra double (IP.
knee. Special ZDC
Ladies' Gauze Lisle Hfse, double sole,
nigh spliced heel and? double gar
ter top. Special...,
3 for $1.00.
Ladies' Pure Silk Hose, double" lisle
sole; high spliced heel and double lisle
garter top, in black, white, tan,
and all the leading shades. Spe- d
Ladles' Gauze Lisle Hoic, double sola
spliced heel and toe. in black, white and Ol
tan. Special ZJLC
5 for $1.00.
tB P A iL
Again Tomorrow You Will Have
the Opportunity to Buy
Women's Misses' Coat Suits
Worth $30, $27.50 and $25
The demand was so great Monday for these suits that we
wired for another shipment. These will be here' and ready to go on
sale tomorrow morning at 8:30. These; suits are fashioned after
the very newest models and the .workmanship of the finest. There
are several styles and ,all sizes. Materials are serges, whipcords,
diagonals, and fancy weaves. Colors are tan, gray, black, navy,
mannish stripes, and mixtures. . Alterations, if any, without extra
charge. We will ship them' anywhere within 300
miles without "charge. Suits worth' up to $30.00 CI 7 0 A
tomorrow. ..."....". '. .,." 4)1 "U
$1.25 Extra Size Muslin
Gowns at 98c Each '
Women's extra size gowns, "'made of
good quality cambric, muslin, and' nain
sook, high and low neck, neatly trimmed
with embroidery, lace beading and
ribbon; sizes 18, 19; regular $1.25. fQr
Special t..-: '.VOL
Women's extra size Gowns, high, V
neck, yoke of fine tucks. Regular C7r
75c. Sizes 18, 1L Special. .-. . . '.p t
Women's Slip-over Gowns, made of
fine quality nainsook, yoke of neat em
broidery, lace, beading, and, ribbon. 07
Sizes 15 to 17. Special .-.-. Oi
Odds and ends in Women's Drawers,
made, of splendid., quality nainsook and
cambric; cut circular4 and straight trim
med with lace, embroidery, and bjtton-
fiole stitch; open and closed; reg- AA
iat. ov ??t 23 tr 27. Snecial! rrv
ular 69c. Sizes 23 to 27
22 Colored Crepe deChine,$1.05
r-'Vslu,tle,i".aI,. pure '"i' very tronS. ". and perfectly finished.
VT-iVi. ' " , '"". ,er'' y navy, ceil, ance. hello, peach,
apricot, royal, and black. 1.30 quality for a day
$1.00 36-Inch Black Silks for 69c
24-In. and 26-In. $1.00 and $1.25 Fancy
Silks for 69c
oJJhey?f'ViP? are Messallnes. Surahs. Taffeta, and Tourists Silks, in
dark and light grounds with stripes and checks.
36-In. $15)0 Changeable Groa-de-Londre for $1.00.
AH pure silk, heavy, strong, and durable.
40-Inch $1.39 Chiffon Cloth for $1.00
All pure alllc. heavy and durable. 20 good shades.
Inaugural Souvenirs and Souvenirs of Washington
The largest and most complete line at the lowest price,
many extraordinary values we offer in mis line.
( Inaugural visitors should take advantage of this sale.
The following is only a partial list of the
"Mutilated Money Souve
Souvenir Match Safes with
Souvenir JOesk. Sets of QQa
L 'Souvenir " Slipper - Pin
Cushions'. 25c and..
Souvenir Jewel Ktn
Fratnesr two views
Souvenir Pen Knives;
good blades. 3Be and.......
Large Size Souvenir Pen
nies with Capitol
Allumlnum Collapsible Drinking:
Cups with - 9i
Pearl Top .. Souvenir
Hatchets ........ .....T.,
Souvenir Trays; gilt and'OC,
sliver: 5 views..-. .., ..- tO
Souvenir Crumb Tray and QQg
Scr? . .-.. vOf
So' ilr Pocket .Folding 9C
RrW t -5 . ..........''
Sou tnlr Capitol Paper
So venlr Smoking OKt
Tempting Values in New Dress Goods
85c GO-lnefa Wblpcorrf. 89c.
Two shades only; navy blue and a rich shaje of
brown. Full 50 inches wide and a sturdy wearing
quaui) , a iuii stun jengm will cost you only
$1.48; only 5 pieces. Be prompt Worth S5c, at. yd.
SI Mt Cream Tennis Serge, Yard, i8c.
Ten pieces Cream All-Wool Serge, with black hair
line; first quality; double warp; our staple $1 QA
quality. For one day otly. per yard Oifl
Bedford Cord .Suttla-, 1.40.
66-inch all wcol JCew Bedford Cords, one of the
latest fabrics for spring and summer wear. We are
showing: them In all the new colors and black. -f 4 Q
Our price, per yard 9X.flt7
83c Black Storm Sera-r, 60c.
42-inch all wool slorm Strpe. a Rood tocl:y. nrm.
and double wnrp quality, the kind that does not iaic
and It Is a thorough dust reslstcr; tomorrow QA
only, per yard D9C
1.00 44-lach 2Vvy Blue Slfrm Sent. 1 ard, OOr.
Light Navy Blue, Marine Blue, Brown, and Dark
Navy Blue 44. Inch All-wool Storm Sere. A jjood,
sturdy, hard-twisted quality; a well woven cloth; ab
solutely perfect: no Imperfections. Nice for tailor
made suits, separate skills and one-piece dresses. To
morrow this staple $1 00 liljrh. grade storm aerpe Q
Is to g-o at, yard t DC
. LSO tp 2.eO ,5.lacfctSnltlna, UK.
Tomorrow we will offer the "frreatestvalues that
has ever been known; our SS-tnch all wool two-toned
whipcords, all colors; black wnlpcord. mixtures, tailors'
suitings, Scotch effects, tailors' serge, all colors and
black, and a host of others to select from.
Remember they are 56 Inches wide and worth (PI ftt
up to 12.00; tomorrow, per yard 9XMO
75c CO-lnch Mohair Sicilian. 4Sc.
Reversible Dostproof First Quality Mohair Sicilian;
high silk luster; full .10 Inches -4-ide; only five 4D
pieces, so hurry. Worth 7oc; to go at, yard.... 4Oi
$2.75 Black nroaclothTl.9K.
Sfi-lnch imported Chiffon Broadcloth, guaranteed
spotproof. sponged and shrunk ready for use; It has
a very handsome Ilky and lustrous finish positively
worth $2.75. as a special leader for tomorrow, we of
fer' It at the verj special price, per J" QQ
Fresco Snitlnica, S1.49.
56-inch all wpol Fresco Suitings in all colors and
black. In plain and stripe effects; this Is a vcrv pret
ty style; It Is the new natty weave. Our price; .-! A
per yard wX.fttl
65c Black Sicilian. 4Sc
Here la an extra good value; 50-lnch mohair Sicil
ian with a very bright luster and permanent finish. This
fabric Is known for Its wearing qualities. In- AQn
stead of 65c, tomorrow, per yard rxOC
Sheets and 1 omestics
32-in.Unbleached Cotton, in mill ends, fine Sea Island
-grade. Special - '
36-in. Linen Finish Bappa Suiting; a Canon- Cloth;
for Middy Blouses, Ladies' Costumes. 18c value. Special
36-Inch Flne.TVhlte Cambric, for
Summer Undergarments; 8c CUfip
value. Special ?'
32-lnch Feather-proof Tlcklngr
mill ends; 2 to 20 yards length:
best satin twill, fancy 1fi
stripes. 25c value. Special OW,
43-lnch Bleach Cotton for pillow
cases; free from dressing Q
124c value. Special ''
81x99 Heavy Linen Finish Sheets,
our old standard Hercules Brand;
double-bed size, extra long, for
brass or metal beds; 85c fir.
value. Special W,
90x108 "Everlasting Blue Label
Sheets; extra wide and extravlong
3 yds. length; the best for; OA.
wear; $L00 value. Special.. OVt
81x90 Atlantic Sheets; double
bed size; extra heavy, seamless
and hand torn. 90c value. rTO
Special ..;.- ..v."i.u A,
54x99 Cot or Single Bed Sheets;
extra long for the metal 9Q.
bed: 55c value. Special OUi
42x36 PUIow Cases, made straight
with selvage. Spe- 193
45x36 Raven Pillow Cases. Qjjp
Cotton Tape. 24-yard roll. t
Pump Bows, satin and gros grain,
all styles. Pair.
10c, 15c and 20c
I.lnrn Corset Lace, 8 yards C
long. Each uv
Dust Caps, nicely made. Q
Fancy Trimming Braid, all colors;
Net Collar Forms, all sizes. Oa
Smith Blue Label Needles. Qg
Snap Fasteners, black and fjn
white; all sizes. Dozen Ol
Dressmaker's Pins, l-Ib. -J n
PHer Thompson Braid.' 6- IP
yard pieces. Each JLOC
Several Hundred Pieces of
Colored Wash Goods and Dress Linens
In an Extraordinary Purchase. Values in the Lot Worth Up to 39c
Your Choice 19c Yard
Eight different kinds of materials in all the very newest styles and colorings. The most popular
fabrics for Waists, Suits, Skirts, ahd Dresses for spring and summer wear. This merchandising event
should create enthusiastic buying. Note the kinds and qualities also the big saving for you if you
buy tomorrow. First choice is worth coming for early.
25c Mercerized Ramie Suiting.
25c Colored Stripe Union Linens.
25c Silk Finished Imperial Suiting.
29c Basket Weave Cheviots.
30c Plain Colored Irish Dress Linens.
29c Silk Finished Poplins.
29c Mercerized Pongees.
39c Colored Stripe Ramie Linens.
$1.50 Extra Size Comfort, filled
with best white Lamlnized cotton;
covered with good quality sllkotlne;
neat scroll quilting; light and dark
colorings, in florals and
Orientals; TCln.x78 in. Each
JCc 11-4 "White TVool Blanket, full
size edged with wide silk binding;
dotiUe stitched; quality shows in
CnUh. wearing and materials;
dainty pink and blue bor- CJD QQ
ders. The pair tDO.UO
$1.00 Feather Pillows, filled with
good quality odorless feathers: soft
and resilient; covered with A. C. A.
blue ticking; large size. The Kp
15c to 20c Fancy Check and Stripe
White Dimities, Muslins and Lawns
17, M, and 40 inches wide, of line
quality white fabrics In a large
variety of prettj styles for wnists
and dresses This lot, to
morrow only, sard
White Ooods Dept. Eighth St.
75c White Embroidered
Dotted Ratine Crepe
SJ 39c Yard
'M Inches wide. In medium and
large embroidered dot". A bantaln
spldom offered at such a
wh,?e Crochet Quilt
$1 13 full size Crochet Quilt. Artis
tic "ttarsellles patterns: well made
nnd finely finished, heavy eight;
an extremely Iar?e purchase makes
possible the Im price. fl1 -Q
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cLgL House Dresses
Amoskeag gingham. In blue, laven
der and black and white check, some
made square neck, others with round
neck, trimmed with plain color to
match; three-quarter sleeve.
Sizes 34 to 44. Special
$4 Bobbinet Bed Sets
$4.00 Bobbinet Bed Set Large
open-wook motif In center; Batten
berg insertion; wide, full valance,
edged with saw-t6oth braid. Comes
In. both white and Arab:
bolster piece to match. The CJO QO
Lace Curtains, D. aperies and
Portieres in a Special Sale
$2 00 Renaissance Sash Curtains,
214 yards long: three neat Batten
berg applique designs, and made In
botli white and arab; dainty lace
cage; an excellent value
at the special price, the
Good Curtain Swisses,
$2.75, J2.30, and $2.25 Scoteli Lace
Curtains, eight or nino extra fine
patterns; of some of the numbers
we have only three pnlrs, of others
half a dozen or more, you'll find
dainty and elaborate designs,
plain and all-over cen- - ?Q
ters; the pair tDXUt
Two and three pairs of Curtains
at special prices.
$4.00 Hunfast Portieres: can be
used at wlndow.or door; c-olois are
green, olive, and brown; 2 yards
long; the color Is unchanged bv
light or sunshine; tho JO HQ
20c Printed Cathedral Scrim: an
absolutely new showing of designs
in effective color combinations
suitable for spring; pinks, blues,
yellows, greeiix. reds, Jind laven
ders: plain centers, medal- ICn
Ion effects; the ynrd . . . JLOL
Coloicil Pelts for Pen- Q- nr
nants, the jard tpXt)
Wc have Just received a large
lino of Sllkolene and Cretonne, 1
j ard wide; sultablo for draperies,
cushions, comforts, nnd kimonos,
flower. Oriental, and Persian ef
fects. In light and dark shadings
pinks, blues, yellows, reds, 1 Olfon
greens, and lavenders. . . . X.u C
Best quality Floor Oil
cloth, square yard ,
These are made of excellent
quality silk, in all the 'wanted
colors and black; several styles;
all lengths; skirts taken from
our own well-selected stock, and
are worth $4.0C). CI QQ
Clearance Sale price. SI.VO
$28 8.3 x 10.6 Axminster Rugs. $20.45
$2S S 3x10.6 Hartford and Beau
vals Axminster Rugs A very good
showing of light and dark color
ings; a fine high-pile fabric that is
most satisfactory In ap
pearance and wear. . . .
9x12 same quality, $22.46
6x9 same quality, $13.45.
$27.00 9x12 Axminster Rurs
Several very handsome Oriental
and floral designs; good colorings:
well made: perfectly fl- Q Q(r
matchcil . A 1 n.flfl ,
$9fl & 10-50 9:c12 F1er Wool; Rugs
tiUU Medallions.- all-overs. jtnd nlnln
tones. In green, olive, red, Q J njr
and tan; each ...: tDO.It)
READY-MADE CVAI3T LININGS
A revelation to dressmakers and home sewers. A semi-finished lin
ing, with hooks nnd eyes properly spaced and fastened to a strong and
flexible tape. The best covered bones are carefully attached and per
manently finished at the waist line. All the seams nave tho necessarj
allowances and are loosely basted above the bone parts, which allows
for any alteration. If necessary. We have these ready-made wal3t lin
lugs in black and white, and In waist sizes 22" to 30. Price. $1.00. tPN
rectlonswlth each one.)
On sale at Lining Department. Eighth Street Annex. '
30c CANVAS COAT
You will neeed a Coat Form for
your new spring jacket; it will fit
and look better; made of shrunken
linen canvas and haircloth. Our
regular 50c grade for 37c.
Hr MCRCtJIIZKn - 1f
tJTEEN ' iOU
An effective lining for jackets.,
petticoats, etc; has a good mercer
ized finish, and comes in most "all
colors. Our regular 25c grade for
18c Lining Dept.