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THE -WASHINGTON HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1911.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
Have Recently Secured and
Will Place on Sale To-day
A SPLENDID NEW LINE OF
FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN
at 50c the garment
rHEY are made of Fine Muslins, Cambrics, and Nainsooks,
tastefully trimmed with serviceable new laces, embroideries
and beading in the newest designs. When such service
able, well-made underclothes are offered at this price it
pays to buv liberally.
Muslin Cambric.' and Nainsook
Gowns, with high, low. V, and
square nock's arlousl trimmed
with embroideries, laees. bead
ing and ribbon
Muslin. Cambric, and Nainsook
Draw or- some made circular
stIe and trimmed with ruffles of
embroidery or lace, others with
pliin tucktd lawn ruffle"
Namtook. Cross-barred Muslin
and Cotton Crepe Corset Covers,
with full and nttcd fronts and
low round, or square neeks, a
riouslj trimmed with embroider
ies laces beading and ribbon
Nainsook Chemise-, trimmed
with lace or embroiderj bead
ins, and ribbon, skirtb finished
w ith tucked lawn ruffle
Cambric Long bkirts. some
trimmed with tucked lawn ruf
fles finished with l.tce or em
broider others with plain
tucked lawn ruffles.
Special price, 50c the garment.
Regular values, 75c and $1.00.
Third floor Eleventh Street.
Matinee Saturda J- to JLjC Nights jflr tn Si
THL IMQlfc PIKE FIN COMLUIKNNE.
(LITDLLU A. CO MjECr
In a New Musical Fam
"A CERTAIN PARTY"
Py I Jpir -na h and IUbcrt Hood Boro froa
an Oncina Farce by Ldwa-d . To-wn-
rrd aid F-ack Ward O Miller.
Ii t-e J y Mi-siraJ Dracrrb
"He Came from Milwaukee"
Catbr-me t"hit4ialm fjsh ns
0AMEL FROHMN mESEVTS
V-iISTrP 111 MI-wS I,U RrTTTK TOIXJK
The Man from Mexico,
MR. ROBERT S. BARRETT
'Vho Wil Tdl tho True Story of
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
COHAN & 1IARKIS P1J.SLNT
12:45 to 11 P. M.
Hare a Laactl with
Scream f-Mn Start ti l-"inir. nd lira
Other His Ads
Week. Mntlnccs Dallr-
II TIiIh IVeek.
t LYCEUM ms&z
MA. THIS ttEKh.
The World of Pleasure
an 1'kopi.e go.
" PLAYING THE PONIES
Srxt Week STAR .HOW GIKI.S.
Matineeii. 10c; KvenJnsn, 10c and 20c
ALL THIS WEEK.
VI ay Nan nary & Co.
In tho Powerful Union Labor Playet
"The Hand That Rules"
THI, SPA1 N! Ccroly sinjirc and Talainc
CKW MUSH. The trd i ioIim.t
II A. 1IANM f Neiel Oiaraetcr stndics.
I KV-nHJ SIsTKHS Norcltr Musical Act.
7t.l.Ut The World , Oiampion Back lifter.
MAJESTIG, 10c and 15c
Oth and Pa. Ae. S. W.
BIG BILL, FULL OF SURPRISES
Order Seats Early.
I nOri) PATTI
Cake Walk To-night
1 ou U enjoj tin DDt naror of the cooktnc at UM
Cafe and Restaurant
Firoous for steaks, chops, and nladu
I ni ported Genua zi beers oo draft
New Jersey Ave. and C St
jooe Usoola III.
Nainsook and Cambric Combi
nation Suits (corset coier and
drawers or corset cover and short
-kirt), variously trimmed with
lace, embroidery edge, beading
ribbon, and plain ruffles
Cambric Short Petticoats, some
trimmed with tucked liwn ruffles,
finished with emb-olderv . others
have hemstitched tucked lawn
Children's Muslin Skirts trim
med with embroiderj ruffle and
Children's Muslin Gowns, with
high and low necks and long and
short -leeves: trimmed with hem
stitched ruffle or ruffle of em
broiderj. Children's Muslin Drawers,
trimmed with deep embroiderj
ruffli and nnished with hem
i ww mm ii
joi r. iiiru .v vi.r.Y om:v pt-
. s, IlOiI.i;. IM (I.V1TON a ro.
IWfrK (Ivar retrain? Marru A. (urtriir &-
ISviiU HUGH HERBERT
Cadet. Ie C,avn(-ic Grand Opera Quartet.
I 6 oth hit ny. vr-rs slats now.
ONLY 673 BILLS ARE
PASSED BY HOUSE
Serrate Does Better. Dispos
ing of (5fl5 Pleasures.
Tho rocord of tho Pixt -first Consrrcs
on li-islation has been made up, and it
appear- that dunns the se-sion! of that
' ngTe-s there were introduced in the
Smite lO.'V bilK of -nhtch 695 were
rasped h tho Senate In the House
there were introduced ST.,015 bills, of
Hch C passed the Houm:
WY-ile there v,e"e ne.irl three times
as manv bills introduced in the Hou5c
a- thrre wore in the Senate, it appears
tl at the Senato actuallv piMd more of
the hills oninatinf; in that ;.odj than the
Hi u-e riied In the feenate there wire
al- j int-t.duced C joint rc-olutions. an-1
in the House -3d joint -esolution Of
the C2a bills parsed b the Senate, ZX
were in turn passed b Oie House, and
.- nt to the PreMdent for his -lpnature
Of the CT. bills pasted h the House. i76
wre pa-sed y the Senate and ent to
the I rt-sident The House passed 401
hill- reforms to the Court of Claims
inrtain Iiims apiinst the poernment
I The Scnote pas-rd 25 concurrent rt-olu--ion-
or whie'i is ivero in turn passed by
the Hou-o The House passed 15 concur
I rent lesoltittons onginatins in that bod
oi 'W l. were ja ed bv the Senate
The I'rchident etoed five measures that
oriR.nated in the Senate and seen that
ont,.nated in the House
$5,000 VEEDICT FOE GIRL.
nnldmorr Jnrlm Decide), Ajmlnjit
"lnnK Brltt," a Pnillirt.
naltlmore. Md . March 24 -A verdict for
f,m was rendered late this afternoon b
ludpo Gorter in the Superior Court in
favor of Miss Klizabcth Chanov. nr r.
jinjrs Mills. Md . a jounc country rri
against Vouns Bntt Hlenry TrefEnffer)'
the widely-known pufrilist. on a charpe
of .seduction The names of all the pu
gilistic luminaries of Baltimore were
brought to public attention dunnff the
WITH THE U. S. TROOPS
ON THE MEXICAN BORDER
ACTUAL MOVING PICTURES of the HUGE MILITARY
-Ai.Yuv.tKS ot ULK SOLDIER BOYS now in Texas in the
GREAT WAR GAME
In addition to our regular show of high-class pictures,
March 24 (after 5 p. m.) to March 29.
927-29 Pa. Ave. N. W.
"THE HOME OF THE PIPE ORGAN."
5C USUAL ADMISSION 5c
Oth, Bet. P and G Stm.
HAS NO EatJAL.
Voice Like "TlnkUnc BetlB"
Cc FosIUTelr No Raise In
President and Mrs. Tatt En -
tertain at Dinner.
GTTESTS ENJOY A MUSICALE
Ifoted Sololsta Perforin Before
White House Audience Minn Maria
VIllega nnd Mme. Vllleciu Arc
Hostesses at Harp Recital Mrs.
Crane Gives Luncheon.
President and Mrs. Taft entertained a
company of twenty-two guests at dinner
last night at the White House. Many of
the guests were of the armv set. In
cluding Gen. and Mrs Leonard Wood
Following the dinner seveVal hundred
guests were asked for a musicale, the
programme beginning at 10 o'clock. It
was given by Miss Lilla Ormond, mezzo
soprano, of Boston: Miss Alma Stenzel.
pianist, of New York, who was soloist
for the Motet Choir on Wednesday even
ing, and Mr Alexander Heincmann, a
singer of German licder Miss Daisy
Green accompanied Miss Ormond and Mr
John Mandcrbrod accompanied Mr.
Heincmann. The programme was as follows
' K Winkt drr Tan " "Prt Asm" Jtoblnstcin
I'roleEue from I'acliactn . . .. LxiTallo
Ballade, G minor Cbofsn
Chant Hindoa' . lumbers
'Kan de tieurV Oounni
Ketcs (alamo ' . .. . Uahn
' Vuf Flucrln drj Gosjnses Mudrfs.n Ijrt
VaLv Caprice-' . Stra.jTus:j
FVnci t u- 1-aixl of the -ky ltlne Water Cadman
lytrzic l.ind3) ' OM "iCTrfrh
May the Maiden -sirrntiT
sprms a Sincine" Slacrdycn
"hrttoaiz " "Wohm . . SAahCTt
' Ills badca Grenadier? ' fachomann
Herr Hamcl. eounselor of the German
Emhass. has been selected as one of
the ushers at the "ddln;j of Countess
1 Alexandra von ISernstorff and Count
Ramond Pourtales next Mondij- after
noon in tho place of Maj on Hcmarth.
military attache of the cmbass. Maj
von Herwartli has been on a mission in
tho South and could not reach Washing
ton for the wedding
Miss Maria Helena ' lllesas daushter
of the Choree d'Affaircs of rKontina and
Mme illepas, entcrtaineil at a harp re
cital esterda afternoon at 3 o'clock, at
Holy Cnv-s Academy, assisted 1 several
other members of the Rr-iduatlns class.
Mi-s Villos-us, on account of her depar
ture for 1ondon April 1, had her gradu
ating exercises esterdi afternoon
S-cnor Villeprus has ben transfoTcd to
a post n trut cit Among the guests
were members of the diplomatic co-ps
and many other friends Mme Villegas
1 t made one of the most charming dlp
lomatii hostesses, and her departure win
le much regretted. liXewiv; that of her
daughter, -nlo his made many friends
among her clasrniatcs.
Mrs W Inthrop Murra- Crane, wife of
Senator Crane, was hostc-'s at a delight
ful luncheon estcrdav in honor of Mrs
Colin Campbell, diughto- of Mrs. 1 7.
Inciter, who is spending a few wccXs with
Tho evening skating pa-tv which had
been arranged bv the subscribers of the
Washington Skattng Club fo- this een
ing in the sail loft of the nay jard h.is
been postponed until Thursday evening.
March SO. from 0 until 12 o clock. The
club K cnjo3in!T a most successful ex'st-ence-
A charitv bridge party will bo given
Tues-da afternoon at the Washington
Club, for the benefit of the permanent
fund of the Gentlewoman's League.
Miss Richards, of Hopkins Place, enter
taimd at a beautifullj appointed tea
Aestrd afternoon in honor of Miss
Adelc Tlnjer. sister of Countess Moltke,
wife of the Danish Minister Miss Thajer
has been traveling in the West Indies
during the winter.
Miss rdcrj, of Xcvada. arrived In
Washington etorda and is the house
guest of Mis Klizabcth Kecside
Mis Carrie Hctllej, diughter of ex
Judge Hefner, of Somerset. Pa., is the
guest of Mrs Hamblv at the I-umass
apartment. Vermont avenue and Q street,
as a week-end visitor
Judge and Mrs Charles B Howry have
returned to Washington from a trip in
the South Mrs Hovvrv pent most of
her time with her relatives in Tlonda and
the judge isitcd relatives in Mississippi.
Mr Iye McClung will entertain at a
theater party and supper in honor of Miss
Helen Taft on March SS
Attorney General George W Wicker
sham was the guest of honor at the
lhigh University Club of Greater New
Tork In the Hotel Astor, New York
Citj, last night.
The marriage of Miss Gladv.s Glover,
daughter of Mrs A. Paftcn filmor nf
75 East Fifty-fourth street. New York.
434 NINTH STREET N. W.
12 Noon to 11 p. m.
"A Little Lad In Dixie."
5c DAILY AND SINDAY-
and niece" of the Misses Patten, of this
city, to Mr. Robert Armstrong Living
iston, Jr., will take place April 22.
I The marriage is announced of Miss
Georgie Hays Wright, daughter of Mr.
this city. The ceremony was performed
in the parsonage of the Cathedral, in
Atlanta, on March 20.
The list of patronesses for the per
formance of the Princeton Til-inIc Club,
at the Columbia Theater, Tuesday after
noon. April IS, is now being made up and
will be announced in a day or two. The
title of the new play of the Triangle Club
is "Simply Cynthia." and the words and
music, as usual, are entirely the work of
undergraduates of Princeton University.
Mrs Alexander Britton and the Misses
Brltton will spend the summer and next
winter In Europe and will sail early In
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Hill, of this
citj are sailing to-day on the Koenlgen
J.uise for Naples and Genoa Mr. Louis
G. Gregory is sailing on the same 'vessel
TRIBUTE TO HAMMER
Leader Is Beneficiary at a'
Joint Concert. '
RECEIVES DELUGE OF FLOWEES ,
LnrKc Audience Oreetn Talented
Conductor of Wnnliliigton ini-'!
jilionj- Orchentrn nnil Wnnbincton
Saeiiccrliiind Fine Programme In
Headed by 11 r. II. CIuj Ilrovrnlng.
Ilcinrith Hammer, conductor of tho
Washington S mphonj Orchestra and of
the Washington aen;trbund, was the
t neliciar at i joint conert of these
organizations, jesttrdav afternoon at the
Columbia Theater, with Mrs H. Cla
nrownlng, soprano, as soloist A large
audlenci gr eted the tal-nted leader and
showed appnolativo enthusiism over the
Food progrimmo off rod The conductor
was diluged with beautiful (lowers
Mr Hammer h.is given his services as
conductor of th Svmp'i'inv during the
past ve.ir ind his worked hard and
surcessfullv to establish I good local
rrthestn on a substanti ii basis The
onm-iri - k ............ .. '
concert thev gave during the season thev
plaved bettt r than at the last one Yt
torda this rule obtained, and the
plaed even better than they had per-
lormed at their lost concert, given list
week. The programm- included the
Mtgfn. d Id I. bv v.iSner 'sunset
at Sea bv the conductor himself a
work of so much btautv ind merit tint
there was a general request that it be
I laed, and for the r'o'-e of the pro
rrammo. tho 'Tannhiuser" overture,
v hich. as a matter of far', was the best
thing thev did Tho 'Siegfried Idl
v.as we.l plaved and commanded both
-idmir ition and rcspt t The ' Minuet , it
.ca" is full of rub hirmnnlcs graceful
r-vthm and creniitablo ronstru. lion, and
the orchestra took spo -al pains with it
for the sake of tho conductor It de
serves a place on maiv programmes,
rnd is well worth "hear'ng
Mrs. Browning's oIce Gobd.
Mrs. I.rowninc. who presented a very
handsome figure on the stage, sang the
fame us ana from Weber's ' Her Krel-
schutz " She has a soprano voice of cx-
tnordinaril beautiful o.uaJltv. but it is
not in the least suited to the aria which
she chose, it being distinct! a light
voice, an.l the aria demanding a hcav
and dramatic one She gave tho Germ in
text and her die Hon is good The orches
fa desencs special praise for the accom
paniment The Washington Saengerbund sans
Grieg s Iandkcnnung ' with orchestral
accompanin ent. Which was verj effec
tive, tspcciall In the fortissimo parts.
In whuh tie bind is more successful
than in the more delicate parts. Mr.
Thomas Murrav. basso, sang the inci
dental solo, and the orchestra plaed an
A goodlv sum as realized, and the
whole testimonial was a gratifing trib
ute to the conductor, who has lived in
this countr little mere than two cars.
and has gained a commanding position as
en lustra and chorus leader in Washing
ton. He is not nl conductor of the
fcvmphon Ochcstra and the Saenger
bund. but also of the Washington Choral
bociet. the oldest mixed chorus in the
The Svmphony Orchestra has given a
course ef concerts the past season which
have been a real credit to Washington,
and a genuine satisfaction to music lov
ers CITIZENS URGED
TO BOOM SCHEME
Brown and Faircliild Appeal
AdancinK arguments for the adoption
by Congress of the McMillan plan and
tho parking of Rock Greek Valley for
the beauUflcation of Washington, Glenn
Brown, secretary of the American Insti
tute of Architects, and David Fairchlld,
president of tho People's Gardens Asso
ciation, made a vigorous appeal to 400
residents of Park View to join in the
movement to make Washington the
model city of the world.
The meeting was held under auspices
of the Park View Citizens' Association
in Whitney Avenue Christian Church.
Mr. Brown undertook to stir the efforts
of the people In making Washington not
only the model city of the country, in
every respect, but also the model city of
the -world. He pleaded that the citizens
support the proposed transformation of
Rock Creek Valley Into .1 park connect
ing the Speedway and Rock Creek Park,
which would make a great chain of parks
such as no other city In this country
Mr. Fairchlld, who talked on the need
of citizens caring for their front and
back yards as a means of beautifying
the city, told what other ciUcs. especially
In foreign countries, are doing in thisl
Death of Former Resident.
Word has been received of the death
in Salt Lake City. Utah, at 350 o'clock
Thursday morning, of David S. McCurdy,
long a resident of this city, but for
several jears residing in the far West.
He is survived by a wife and three chil
dren. Interment will be at Gunnison,
Utah. His sisters. Miss Jessie A. Mc
Curdy and Mrs. Delos H. Smith, reside
Fnn for Yonne and Old.
The Geographical Puzzle In the Sunday
edlUon of The Herald offers fun for
everybody. Fifteen prizes for correct
answers each prlzo consists of two re
served seat tickets at Chase's. Order
from your dealer to-day,
420-426 7th Street.
417-425 8th Street.
Worth up to S2.75, at
The fact that we can dispose
of 1.000 Waists In a day enables
tih to bu in tremendous ciuanti
tles, and by buv ing this way we
get extrnordlnarj price conces
sions That s why we can offer
jou .such wonderful bargnns In
this lot to-i'av vou will Ind such
well-known makes as the "Roy
al," "Geisha." and "Mendels
make " The names alone bignify
a great bargain SomP of the
Waists are man-ta!Iord effects,
beautifully embroidered and tine
Lingerie Vaist Just think of
buv ing Waists beautifully laun
dered and radv to wear
that are worth up to rtQ
$2 71 apiect, for one day Vfll
James L. Davenport Hits
Back at Prof. Vcditz.
Replj ing to c harges made by Prof. C
William A editz, of Gtorge Washing
ton I'mversitv. that the amount of
mono paid out b the government in
rnsions to war eterans is dipropor
I .... .....
tionate to the amount merited bv the
rensioners. Commissioner James I. Dav
enport, of the Pension R',reau. last night
letlared that out of lO.ono pensioners just
Invcstlgited not a single undeserving
e oso had been found
"The "Washington ag-ne which the
bureau has emploved to look Into
charges such as Prof Ae.liu has made,
has just reported 4o. -0 investigated
cases in the District. Mar land. Vir
ginia, and "West irginia, with the re
sult that not a single cae was turned
down. I think this is a good record, and.
t speak plainlv. I am trurh surprised
tint Prof tlitz ever made such a
ommissioner Davenport said that out
ef everv hundreil pensioners, any one
v ho would take the trouble would iind
that ten of thorn had actually engaged
in the war 'Of course, as in over
oth r large bure iu, there m iv happen
to be tsvses where mono s not being
paid to the proper Individuals," he said
"but ever" case in thi , department is
examined carefullv. and if there Is anj
thing wrong with it. the bureau docsn t
know about it "
The Washington Herald
Features of To-morroiv's Special Sections
For Our Women Readers
Illustrated description of the
newest dcitjns in inexpensive and
daint spring and summer costumes
New Embroidery Design
The Herald's Page for Every Woman
All the news of the social
The Magazine Section
Cleaning Up Washington Households
What the Housekeepers' Alliance has done, and is doing, to im
prove the home and the city in general.
City Truck Gardening
How the vacant lot next door may be turned into a profitable vege
table garden. Illustrated.
Our Overcrowded Patent Office
Unhealthy conditions under which government empknes of the
Patent Office have to labor elbow to elbow. Illustrated.
An Interesting James B. Morrow Letter About Repre
sentative John J. Fitzgerald, of New York
The Sporting Section
Latest gossip of the ball players at Atlanta, and all the news of the
Popular Song Feature
Words and music of "I Love
The Geographical Puzzle Is Immensely Popular.
Names of Prize Winners Will Appear To-morrow
The Young Folks' Page
The Colored Comic Section
Hey. .T. W. Smith ' ompletes
HONORED BY CONGREGATION
Preoldent of Church Board Pay
Minister High Compliment for Ills
Untiring Work Responds Vf Ith
Words of Praise for Method of
Ilaistns Funds for Church.
Rev. Dr. J. W. Smith, retiring pastor
of Epworth M. E. Church South, was ,
given a reception by tho congregation in
the church iiarlors. Seventh and A streets i
northeast, last night. I
Rev. Dr. Smith has completed his four
ears of service In this pastorate, and J
owing to the Itinerate sstem of this de- I
nomination, he will be assigned to a mw
pastorate when the conference meets at I
Clifton Forge. Va., March 23 j
E L, Loving, member of the official
board of the church, presided and L. A.
Potter, president of the board, spoke on
' Our appreciation of the pastor's four
v ears' work ' He paid a compliment to
the retiring pastor for his good work.
Trlbnte to Pastor. I
Mrs N D Sprecher spoke on behalf of
tho Ladies' Missionary Societies, and .
thanked th pastor for the help ho has
given the societies in their work. Daniel
C Roper, In his address, said the Sunday
school had grown so large during the
p.istorate. of Rev. Dr. Smith, that It had
become r.ccessar to establish a separate
Rev Dr fcmith responded in feeling
terms, and paid a high tribute to the J
method of this church 'n raising its
funds He said it is the only church
h has ever served as pastor which
raises all its funds by popular subscrip
t.ons and does not ive church fairs. I
I.azaarx, rummage sales, nd such affairs
t raise funds He said th church debt
1 as been reduced about -; noo during the
last two vcars, in addition to pajinsj
the general expenses
Receives Iloand Bulletins.
He was presented wi'h a handsome
bound copv of the bulk tins issued each
week by the church during the four'
ears of his pastorate, b I. Pearce I
Rotcler Music was 'urnished by the
Rebew orchestra Tho recept.on com
mittee was composed of Miss Annie Kor- j
r. ter, D J Finn. Mr and Mrs H F
N inn Mr ind Mrs S D Moore, and
Mr and Mrs W F Hummer.
Miss Rub Mann h.id charge of the
relreshnients, and was issi.-,ted b Miss
I.ulu Lindsov, Miss Lida Mann, Miss
Marv Nausbrfum. Miss Flossie New-
combe, Mis Nannie Piokin. Miss Hattie
Loving. Miss Lucille Pearson, Miss
Marion Robev. Miss Margaret Blake.
Miss Lcil i r rost. and Miss May Guil- i
ddrrss by Hepburn To-nlRht.
The tirst of a series of "Educational
evenings," to bo conducted by the Na
tional Republican Club, will be held at
the clubhouse. 1317 Pennsylvania avenue
to-night. Hon "William P. Hephurn. of
low. a. will address the club on "Side
lights of a Pongresslonal ca-eer " An il
lustrated talk bv Frederick H. Newell,
director of tho Reclamation Service, on
"Home making by the government," will
Page illustrations of latest styles
of head dreeing, in which puffs':
and bands are once more prominent.
Useful hints for every depart
ment of the household.
You for Keeps," from "A Winninrr
Dulin & Martin Co.
A fluid preparation applied
with a cloth to polish and
Invalnnnle for household nse
or In hospitals, hotels, and other
Prices, Per Can:
Half Pints. Pints. dn arts.
25. 4Cc. 73c
HnlfGal., Cnllon, 5-GaI. Can,
?tn. $2.00. 51.7.', per gal.
CTThls store Is headquarters
for all the nevee-st labor-sa-vlnj;
cooking nnd housecleaning; de
vices. Dulin & Martin Co.
Pottery, Porcelain, China. Glass,
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St
CnOO 1 Hi. Innvrn to the barrel.
The flour that occasionally
gives satisfactory results, the
flour that never gives satisfac
tory results, or
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the flour that 1XVRIA
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If ou 're ahe to your best
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Wholesalers ,I05 '1K "uSi..
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Blackistone's Saturday Specials
I Finest Carnations
I 50c doz.
5: 1.000 Roe Bushes, finest
: assorted arieties, 6 in a pack-
age ; $2 o(J alue. rcr
'$ package, only
Northwest Corner If.
'Phone Main 3707.
At the Cafe Continental
is a pleasure to be looked
forward to by those who
appreciate a well served
and propTlv- cooked meal.
Special Table d'Hote din
ner tiunaavs, o to &......
MUSIC EAERT EVENING.
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1300 G Street.
Wedding Receptions. Fins Catering
815 10TH ST. N. W.
A Delicious Peanut Butter
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Vegetarian Food Mfg. Co.
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