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LAST THREE DAYS Of the Removal Sale of Furs. ALL REMAINING STOCK MARKED AT f COST-REQAROLESS PRICES; f We shall move to our new store at 1212 F street next week, and the next three days will be devoted to a final clearance of all remaining stock left In the old establishment. Kverything must be disposed of at once?we will not carry any old stock with us Into the new store* Final clearance prices now rule on all remaining stock?the greatest values ever known in the history of Washington fur retailing. Rather than send the balance of our furs to auction, we prefer to give you the benefit of the extraordinarily low prices which prevail. The following list will give you a hint of the unparalleled bargains: 5 Australian Opossum Collars. Sold for /C /Th/O ^ $25.00. Reduced to ^OovU/dJ) 2 Australian Opossum Muffs. Sold for /TlN/Th ;; $25.00. Reduced to ..... ^OovLPdJ) 2 Natural Wolf Collars. Sold for $22.00. &/C /Th/Th 5 Reduced to $OoVlJ)(U) 6 Blue Wolf Muffs. Sold for $18.00. Re- ((])((]) 14 Blue Wolf Collars. Sold for $18.00. Re duced to 50-odd pieces of Furs, consisting of black marten, Amer ican opossum, gray fox, black fox, pointed fox, fisher raccoon, sable fox, etc. Sold up to $30.00. /Th/flN Reduced to $OoVlW 10 Black Pony Coats. Sold up to $55.00. Reduced to 8 Black and Brown Coney Coats. Sold ;; up to $40.00. Reduced to $6.0(0) $22.50 $118.0(D) SAKS FUR CO., Cor. i 3 th and O SZ'TS/"?" Tl-f .??????????? #- ?_ ?_ t ? ? ? Special Sale Of Twenty-five High-grade Player-Pianos Bradbury Henning Webster * Berkeley ?of our own manu ? facture at FAC TORY PRICES and on LIBERAL TERMS of payment. Most of these PLOVER-PI ANOS are new 88-note rood els ? handsome in appearance and absolutely perfect mechan ically and musically. They are sold under our absolute icuaran tee as manufacturers, which as sures satisfaction for a life time. Be sure and see these in struments. The factory prices and liberal terms should appeal to you. 1-' rolls of music, player bench. stool, scarf, free tuning for one year and free delivery included. We will allow full value for your old piano in exchange. ipF.G. Smith cT 1 Bradbury IOI7 C Cf ! Building, * ? I / JT Ol. t; EXPERIMENT ING with coffee is a sad trial to the patience. Knowing the coffee you like and always having the coffee you Kke? that is worth while. HOTEL ASTOR COFFEE is a delight to those who have tired of experiment?tired of taking chances. Its fixed ? standard of excellence gives you the comfort of getting the same quality every time you say the name. "Quality is the best policy? A Never sold in bulk?always in ona | and three pound sealed tias, beta, I ground or pulver- j| Jtel AtToU ized. 38 cents par ? pound at say good grocer's. * The Art of Home Beautifying ? has been mastered l>jr PI.ITT. We plan effective ??k?r artemea. I>t ui talk orer with you painting ami psper V bancloc. George PUtt Go., Inc., . 1 Main Showroom. 1134 Caaa. ?w. 2 Workrooms. 1727 7th St. B.w. ?tCKERs kONOOM Trunks That Last You won't have to buy new trunks every time you travel if you buy Becker's Trunks. Every style trunk that's needed for long or short jour neys. AH built to give extreme service. Becker's Special Steamer Trunk, basswood box; all trimmings riveted on; linen lined throughout; conveniently arranged tray; lit $8 and up, according to size. Becker's Leather Goods Co., 1324-1326 F St. N.W. MOST SEVERE COLD IS EASILY BROKEN. Surely cures a cold and ends Grippe misery in a few hours. Pape's Cold Compound la the result of three years* research at a coat of more than fifty thonMnd dollars, and contains no quinine, whi-h we have conclusively' demonstrated la not ef fective In the treatment of cold* or grippe. It Is a positive fact that a dose of Pape's Cold Compound taken every two hours until three consecutive doses tre taken will end the grippe ami break up the most sever* cohl, either in the head, chest, back, stomach, limbs or any psrt of the body. It promptly relieves the most miserable head ache. duHuegs. head and nose stuffed up, ftrvcr ishiiesM, sneezing, sore throat, rtinning of the nose, mucous catarrhal discharges, soreness, ?tiff nets and rheumatic twinges. Take this harmless Compound as directed, with the knowledge that there is no other medi cine made anywhere else in the world which will cure your cold or eiul grippe misery as promptly and without any other assistance or tied after-effects a* a 25-cfut package of Pape's Cold Compound which any druggist In the world can supply. ? ? t ? ? t t-t 111 frt-t 1 Save \5% i* of the usual price of Gas, Oil and Electric Lamps. A large and beautiful assort ment to select from. Every lamp in stock goes at 15% oft. qf: Iiitto k Co., Ryneafs. 418 7th St. | Sparkling Burgundy ?A delightful dinner wine, espe cially desirable to serve with the game course. Domestic, $1.25 bottle. Imported, $2.60 bottle. 5 bottles Claret (JM or Sweet CJ) i Catawba for Two good wines for home uses. The claret is Just right for mak ing punch. To-Kalon Wine Co., ??>. 1405 P St.N.W.SuS> DUKE NOT THE FIRST Other Royal Personages En tertained in Washington. PRINCE OF WALES ift 1860 Heir to British Throne Was Presi dent's Special Guest AT WHITE HOUSE FOUR DAYS President of Guatemala and Prince Henry of Germany Among the Distinguished Visitors. Entertaining royalty has become such a matter of course with Washington that the visit of the Duke of Connaught would not cause a ripple on the social surface except for the personal friendliness of the government and the people toward the royal visitors. It happ^s that the Duke of Connaught is the tenth visitor of royal blood who has been entertained in Wash ington, and the first of these was the duke's brother, the Prince of Wales, afterward King Edward VII. He was entertained in Washington as much as a personal guest of President Buchanan as the representative of a foreign govern ment. He was the only one of the royal visitors, too, who slept at the White House. Mr. Buchanan had been the American minister to the court of St. James, and while there became a personal friend of Queen Victoria, a friendship that con tinued as long as he lived. When it was announced, in 18&>, that the Prince of Wales was about to visit Canada, Presi dent Buchanan wrote a personal letter to Queen Victoria saying he would be very glad to entertain the Prince of Wales if he could extend his visit to Washington. Guest at the White House. The queen replied accepting the Invita tion, and October 2, I860, the Prince of Wales arrived in Washington. He was entertained, of course, by the British le gation, for it was a legation at the time, and there was a dinner given there In his honor. He made his headquarters, however, at the White House, and was the guest of the President four days. The prince was only nineteen years of age at the time, but he had already toured Egypt as the heir apparent. He had the same personality then that after ward madd him so popular as a reigning monarch, and his visit was a most de cided success, both from a personal aijd official standpoint. One of the features of his visit was a trip to Mount Vernon, taken with the I President on the revenue cutter Harriet I Lane, named for the niece of the Presl Ident. A rather curious incident contrast I lng the practice of those days with that I of the present was in the payment for the entertainment. The luncheon and other features of the trip had been rather elaborate, and the Treasury Department I was about to audit the bill and pay It without question, when the President heard of it and ordered the bill sent to him personally. That, however, was one time when the President did not have his own way. His private secretary. Mr. Cobb, said he had been the host on the occasion and the luncheon was "on him. So he paid the bill out of his own pocket. It is not on record that anything similar has happened since. Other Boyal Visitors. It was a number of years before Wash I ington was called on to entertain another such distinguished visitor. In 1882 Presi dent Barrios of Guatemala paid a visit to this country. He arrived August 29 and called at the White House, but did not stay over night. The government of I Guatemala afterward passed resolutions I of thanks for his entertainment. I Before Hawaii became a possession of the United 8tates, Washington was quite I a visiting ground for the native royalty. King K^akaua was one of these visitors and was a witness of one of the sessljns of Congress, being voted the privilege of the floor In the House and Se-.ate. Prior to that, in 1865, Queen Emma of Hawaii paid a visit to Washing ten, an J she was followed by Queen Kapiolanl ?n 1887 and by Queen Lilluokalia-l. popu I larly known as "Queen LU," who came I just before her abdication. I The year 1902 saw two visits from members of royal houses, the Grand I Duke Boris, brother of the Czar of Rus sia, and the Crown Prince of Siam. The I grand duke had been touring China and Japan and extended his trip home through the United States and around I the world. He did not come to Washing I ton, as President Roosevelt was away ifor the summer, and the diplomatic corps I were all at their summer homes In the north. He arrived at Sagamore Hill July 115 and was entertained by the President and afterward went to Newport, where I he was lionized socially. The last act I of entertainment offered him was when I he was sent off on the Vanderbllt yacht to catch the liner Lorraine at sea. Siamese Crown Prince Here. | The Crown Prince of Siam came a I month later in the same year. He was I the son of Chulalongkorn, well known tn this country principally on account of Ills long and euphonious name. President I Roosevelt saw him at the White House I and gave ^ilm some page advice' about I Siam. Thefe were afterward a number of letters exchanged^between the King of I Siam and President Roosevelt, with the I visit as the basis. Two other oriental princes were enter tained during 1904. The first was Prime Pu Lun, a member of the reigning house, I who came as special commissioner to the Louisiana purchase exposition. He was I the bearer of a very friendly letter from I the Bmperor of China to the President. I This was presented at the White House May *J8. I Irt November of the same year Japan I followed suit, when the Mikado of Japan sent Prince Sadaiiaeu to call on ..-resi dent Roosevelt. He vas not the nearest blood relation of the miaado living, but I held a higher place in the councils of I the empire than did Prince Arlugnua, I wlw> was a closer relation of the mikado, but was 111 at the time. ' Prince Henry of Prussia. The visit of Prince Henry of Prussia ' I in 1902 was the occasion of the first pub lic appearance of Alice Roosevelt, now ' Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. Prince Henry ; had been sent by the kaiser to bring home > the yaeht Meteor, which was being built ' for the emperor in New York. President * Roosevelt allowed his daughter to chris ten the vacht, and this was made the oc ' caslon of a great deal of social activity in New York. Prince Henry was afterward entertain ed in Washington and toured a good deal of this country east of the Mississippi. CHILDREN nr MASQUES. Carnival at Old Masonic Temple by Adas Israel Congregation. The masque carnival given for the chll. dren of the Adas Israel Temple Congre gation, held in old Masonic Temple last evening, brought out a large attendance, which included many grown-ups. For over an hour the floor was entirely re served to the children, the older folks watching with deep interest the paradea of the merry little maskers. The prises were won by Mildred Schlossberg, Pauline Cordova, Ruth At as, Mollle Golden, Michael Cohen and Prank Goldberg. The special committee in charge of th? masquerade was made up of Mrs. Simon Oppenhelmer, Mrs. H. Schlossberg, Mrs. [I S. Ginsberg and Mrs. W. Schlossberg. Flesh Can Be Kept Down by Wearing the New Nemo Auto-Massage Self-R*educing Corset at $3.50. This new inodol I* n tioon to s-.oot women. It wit only mnK<ujrr-? away the flesh. I Kit prevents, too. Its reforming. Auk to see It tomorrow?No. 3.VI (low baitll or 3.14 (medium bust). We b*v.' a demonstrator now with ns direct from the Nemo factory. an<l Hhe understands thoroughly eTery point of this new model and will be clad fo explain its merits. . , Then. again, br availing yourself of the expert ? adri.-e yoti are enabled to secure the model i>est rutted to yonf figure. May we look for yon tomorrow? Corset Store ? Second rloor. 8 Thursday Another of Our One-Day Sales China, 1 Q/-? 2^c'? Glassware and Housefurnishings, Choice at... ' Va|ucs These events make history every time we present them, because we give you choice of items that are in great demand at a price so low that to over look them is to lose money. Owing to the very low price we reserve the right to limit quantities to any one person. Bread Boxes of best tin, neatly Japanned, hinged lia, fam ily size 19c Water Pitch ers of finest colonial glass in hand some shape and half gallon size...19c Bean Pots of good quality glazed earthen ware, hafidle, % gal., good shape, 19c. Six T h i n blown Water or Ginger Ale Glasses, straight or bell shape, 19c. One dozen Medium- weight Crystal Glass Table Tumblers, 9-ounce size..19c Water Bottles of fine thin blown glass or colonial style and good size, 19c. Water or Util ity Palls, best galvanized iron, reinforced bot toms, riveted handles 19c Six Egg Cups or Sundae Cups of fine Syra cuse china, nice size 19c Jardinieres of fine glazed stock, pretty colorings and handsome shapes 19c Chamber Pails of best tin, neatly painted inside and out, cover, 10 qt..l9c Oyster Fry ers of best Rus sia iron, sepa rate wire drain (basket 19c Bread Toaster for gas, oil or gasoline stoves, toasts four slices at once, 19c. Dishpans of best seamless tin, with riveted handles, 1-1 and 17 quart 19c Teapots of best glazed earth enware, pineapple shape, %-gal. size... 19c Mixing Bowls of good grade glazed earthen ware, 5 and 6 quart sizes.. 19c Double Roast ers of best Rus sian iron, self basting and browning, lOx 13-inch 19c Take a Peep Tomorrow at the NEW STRAW MIS HERE AT $. ? This display is made just now for the benefit of those women who are leaving Washington for southern climes. The hats are forerunners of what will be worn for spring, 1912. Shapes are mostly small and are made of fine quality braids in colors of navy,, brown, black and mixed effects. Trimmings are of silk or satin folds, and ribbons in "stick-up" style, some with flowers nestled among silken folds. Truly smart effects and suitable for wear with light-weight frocks. ??oOo We call especial attention to our more dressy straw hats for wear with fancy frocks at $10, $12.50 and $18.00. Millinery Store?Second Floor. ^ Six cakes of Swift's Pride Laundry Soap, 19c. Housefurnish ing Store-Third Floor. Wash Bowls of plain white s t o n eware in good quality, pretty shape, good size?19c Wash Pitchers A of plain white stoneware, pret ty shape, match bowls 19c Fruit or ? Po tato Press, frame of black Japanned metal, removable cup. 19c. Two Coal Hods of best Japanned metal,' reinforced bot toms. ?riveted handles 19c Six Breakfast Plates of fine, thin, plain white Syracuse china. 19c. 4 dozen boxes of Best Quality L1 censed Safety Matches, Ilk-. Three Gas Mantles, good tirade of Wels bach, inverted or upright styles 19c Two Gas tilol?es of finest crystal slass, two pretty cut patterns 19c Six cakes of Olelne 1-aundry Soap 19c Waists Ycdul Will Enjoy BwyiEj WHEN SUCH LOW PRICES ARE ASKED Tailored W*aists or Fancy Lingerie styles, whatever you desire, can be chosen from these two lines: " AT 79c?WORTH $1.00 The price asked tomorrow hardly covers the cost of the material used in this waist. Made of white linene or black-and-white striped percale, tucked. ?mbroidered or plain tailored style, the latter with pocket at bust. All have laundered collar and I cuffs. All sizes. AT $1.69?WORTH $2.50 These Lingerie Waists are hand embroidered In dainty designs, with collar and cufTs trimmed in imitation Irish crochet and tucks. Made of soft-flnish materials. All sizes. Nice waists for wear with tailored suits. Waist Store?Second Floor. ? j? THERE WILL BE SOiElIING DOING AT-TIE PICTURE STORE THURSDAY ? A special purchase of Oil Paintings combined with many lines reduced for prompt selling make opportunities for the picture buyer that may not happen again for months. Every line below is teeming with interest. Read and heed. imtin m A lucky purchase enables us to give you this big saving. Each picture is a work of a noted artist?over a dozen different subjects in the showing, mostly marines and landscapes, pictures that are suitable for any room in your home. Hurry if you want them. The quantity is limited. These on fourth floor. 1.00 Fruit Pictures Tomorrow at 79>c Great variety for you to select from; size, 14x28 inches; in frames size 20x34 inches. On Bargain Tables?Street Floor and Fourth Floor. $1.50 Colored Prints, 69c 250 of .them In beautiful figure and scenic subjects; size, 9x12 inches; in 3-inch-deep lacquer frames, with gold trim mings. 75c Framed Prints at 25c Just 500 beautifully mounted prints in animal and scenic subjects; size. 16x20 inches; In 1-inch brown or black frames. Pictures that are just the thing to fill In that bare space in your room. Be sure you look at them tomorrow? to look will cause you to buy. ? V ? i jjj: .1!. v Sf ?ii: :! i h & ?:i= a[j: K'f JL X I jr % "?T 1 I V 3C if X S ?w i i $ 1 3>: ft I I & # i $ JUj, -J' E Oar Choice of the House Sale of TAILORMADE SUITS Places before you values that have no equal anywhere. We are ? clearing the decks for stock-taking February 1, and no loss or sacri fice will be allowed to stand in the way of its accomplishment. SEE THESE THREE BIG LOTS AT $11.50 and you will find the above statement true. Included In these assortments are the season's best styles and colors In every size. NOT A SUIT THAT WAS FORMERLY PRICED UNDER $20, and from that UP TO $75. Now you pay but $7.95, $17.50 and $25 for choice of the entire remaining stocks. Suit Store?Second Floor. Learm to Knit amid Crochet I^et our expert teach you?NO CHARGE if you buy the materials here. We show you how to make sweaters, afghans, piazza caps, wool toques, stoles and muffs, baby jack ets and bootees and many other pretty things. Remember, our prices for the materials are always the lowest for the best In quality. 4 and 8 Fold Germantown, a skein, 12c Shetland Floss, a skein 10c 2 and 3 Fold Saxony, a skein.... 10c Eiderdown, in white and colors... 15c Ice Wool, a ball.. 12c Fleisher's Knitting and Crocheting Manual 25o Art Embroidery Store?Third Floor. One More Day to Take Advantage of This Wonderful Opportunity to Buy Our $3.50, $4 amid $5 High Shoes at $2.90 Pair At this figure we give you choice of ALL $5 BENCH-MADE BOOTS, ALL $4 POCAHONTAS BOOTS. ALL $3.50 KOLONIAL BOOTS. Nothing is reserved; we are determined that the stock will be at Its lowest point for inventory time, that is why we make so big a reduc tion and give you choice of the entire stock. Every leather and fabric in the combined showing of over 200 styles. Be fitted tomorrow?your size is here. A saving of 60c to $2.10 on so staple an article as shoes is not to be made every day. Shoe Store?Second Floor. J Mercerized Foulards Hat Will Wash 12V&c Yd. This is -a very low price for a spe cially good grade of mercerized foulard?a cotton fabric that is highly mercerized. Real foulard pat terns, in stripes, dots, scroll and combina tion of dot and rings, in colors of blue (sev eral shades), brown, lavender and black. The. width is 27 inches. Quite a nice wash fabric for the making of waists or frocks. Displayed on Bargain Tables?Street Floor. Jf -fr Madam?If You Want Spun Silk Scarfs The latest style?and ? at a low price, then be here Thursday for the finest lot you ever se lected from at $1. Beautiful effects that are washable and non crushable. We have them In white, black, navy blue, brawn, gray, pink, light blue and canary. Just the thing to be used as a veil for carriage or SoiJ.c.ar-...:$ii .oo A Limited Quantity of Our Higfa=Grad@ Rugs Priced for immediate Oisposai. ; Some for ONE DAY'S selling; others for the BALANCE of the MONTH to reduce the stock. Every pattern a desirable one. If you need rugs now or in the future, investigate at once. Such a chance may not occur again. A few examples of the big reductions noted below. M. J. WlllTTAL'S 9xl2-FT. WILTONS?lite Anglo Persians; discontinued patterns of those you admired at their restricted price of $55 and the best Wiltons in the world. Now at SHUTTLEWORTH 8Uxl0?4-FT. WILTONS?Rugs /Th/Th that have served their purpose as our samples of the $40 ? $45.00 lines. To close. ALEX. SMITH'S 9xl2-FT. BRUSSELS Close-woven terns. Were MITH'S 9xl2-FT. BRUSSELS?Seamless. Perfect ^ ? . All-wool Rugs, in floral and oriental pat j $15. Special clearing price ^ 0 $6 WOOL INGRAIN 0x12-FT. RUGS?Ten or more at tractive designs and colors in this lot; reversible, seam- ^ = q less s.tyle and noted for their wearing qualities. To close t il i S lO t...... ..a. ........ ......................... .......... Rug Store?Third Floor. J1 Swift, Sure Clear ance of Strictly Sanitary HairGoois To close some lines of which we have too many. Don't ni i s s this. Half Transforma tions, made of strictly sanitary Brittany hair, sjiecial $1.49 Cluster Puffs, round or oval shape, t li a t were $1.50 and $2, to close ............. Stoniless Switches, made of sanitary Brit tany hair; these lengths follows: reduced as 20-inch, 26-inch, 30-inch, liair Goods Third Floor. now....$2.49 now... .$3.4'? now... .$.V.*S Store? % ?IF J % < Small Lots of ORNAMENTS For Trimming Pur poses. Were 50c to 75c. To close at 3>tc each All in fancy colors? ends of lots that inust be disposed of before inventory?kinds you can lind use for in trimming your spring dresses. You know what this meaiiH and surely w ill be here for j our share. Trimming Store Street Floor. -JT "it ^ i"1! c^ y-y C'i r U 't >? v* >' U / ?.?<V '/ I~i C*'/ "V '< r'/ i* "V. */ * '? ? !\ A '? " ,l A " ' *? ' ' " 4X 'k " " 4 " " " " " 'k " 'k " " " " " COL. GEN, AMERICAN; A HEROIN in Fought in Army Which Wan Victory Over the Empire of Maximillian. "El Coronel George M. Green," otherwise Col. George M. Green, American by birth, who became a hero of Mexico In the war for the overthrow of the Maximillian em pire, is reported to be dying in Mexico City, the capital of his adopted country, where he has made his home for thirty or more years, a familiar and popular fig. ure. He Is an octogenarian. War correspondent for newspapers pub lished in the United States in his younger days, his sympathies were engaged by the cause of the Mexicans against a foreign yoke. He abandoned the pencil?ther? were no Held typewriters in the '70s ol last century?and took up the sword. Join Ing the colors of the revolution. He gave good account of himself, re ceived promotion for gallantry, distin guished himself in many battles, retirini with the actual rank of colonel and the brevet of brigadier general. la retirement he assumed only the tltlj^ of his actual rank, and was known as "El Coronel Americano." With an extensive acquaintance among Mexican statesmen, warriors and officials. Col. Green was welcome everywhere, and' had the "open seasame" into all depart mental offices and private homes, without the formality of preliminary arrangement for audience. He became thoroughly Mex ican, a naturalized citizen, and entirely identified with his adopted country. ? Latin in Spirit. "Col. George M. Green," says a news dispatch from Mexico City, "a Latin in spirit, although by birth an American, and a soldier in the wars of Mexico, Is dying in the '.Lady Cowdry* Hospital in this city. The old American warrior is one of the bravest champions of the republic that Our country* has known. Sent to represent newspapers In Mexico, he was attracted to the glorious cause for emanci pation from the empire, affiliated himself with it and joined the colors of the re public. "He was in many battles of the war, Under the Immediate direction of Gen. Corona, he fought bravely at the taking of Queretaro." President Madero sent his personal aid to the hospital to inquire regarding the condition of the dying soldier. .Senora Green, Mexican wife of the American, who is at his bedaide at all times, waa profoundly moved by this attention. Senora Green related to this emissary of President Madero a dream that visited the sleep of her husband the night before. Tells of His Dream. "I was mounted on my old companion 'Pixie,' and had been traveling all day. When night came, unable to see my way, I dismounted, removed the saddle from my horse, and using It for a heed rest, extended myself on the ground, damp from recent rain. Gazing up into the heavens, I watched the stars come out, one by one, until the whole sky was ablaze with constellations. "After awhile the moon arose, and its light illumined the surroundings. I said to myself: 'The light of the moon will make plain the way, and I will go on." Getting upon my feet, at that moment I was confronted by a soldier of Mexico in the uniform of a sergeant. The soldier carried a silken flag of Mexico, which he raised aloft, beautiful to see with the moonlight streaming upon it. "To me he . said,. in imperious tones: 'Soldier, under this flag you have fought, under this flag you have lived, and under this flag you will die. When your soul comes before the eternal throne, present your petition to the Divine Creator for peace in Mexico.' " Ending the story of his dream, the dying veteran turned to his wife and said that his greatest and last desire was for peace for his troubled fosterland. "When I shall come before the Divine throne I will p!ead with Him to grant peace to Mexico." "When I am dead," he said at another moment to his wife, "I would rest among those great Mexicans by whose side I fought in their wars for freedom. We were comrades in arms, friends in peace and I would find companionship with them in death." Falls and Breaks Hip. Thomas B. Crisp of 638 E street north east, an active member of the G. A. R. and of Myron M. Parker Lodge, F. A. A. M., slipped on the Ice, breaking his hipbone,'last week. He was taken to the Casualty Hospital for treatment, where, it is said, he will remain for at least six weeks. Mr. Crisp Is employed at the Treasury Department. tf i MARK OF APPRECIATION. German Society Honors Messrs. Endolph and Bartholdt. Cuno H. Rudolph, Commissioner of the District of Columbia, for ^is advocacy of the cause of personal liberty, and Rep resentative Bartholdt of Missouri, for his efforts in behalf of arbitration and in ternational peace, aire to receive from the United German Societies expressions of appreciation for their services. At the meeting of the organization last night at Bessler's Hall, Honorary Presi dent Rudolph Sauer proposed that the sentiments of the German contingent in Washington fee recorded !n this respect. The executive committee was directed to submit suggestions regarding a proper form of carrying out this purpose, to be reported at the next monthly meeting; SHUSTEB TO MAKE ADDRESS. Persia's Ex-Treasurer General to Ap pear Before Navy League. W. Morgan Shuster, deposed treasurer I general of Persia, now on his way home to Washington, will speak before the convention of the Navy League Wash ington's birthday, February 22. This will be his first public address in the United States since his involved Asiatic ex periences. Mr. Shuster's acceptance of the invi tation was forwarded to headquarters of the Navy League in the Southern build ing. He will select his own subject, but it is expected he will discuss the Persian situation. The invitation was sent to him over a month ago by the committee ofl arrangement*. Hay's Hair Health tbe Favorite Refined Women Give This Invig orating Hair Tonic the Preference. t When a woman buys a Hair Restorer Kh<- la particular to get MxnetbLng Just right. She ?rauta ? preparation that is ?afe ami pleariug. ami stir doesn't want people to think she'* dyeing hi-r hair. HAl'S IIA1R HEALTH clean* up and Invigo rates tbe scalp and eneourac* new hairs to grow. Bring* back tbe NATURAL COLOlt to four hair, makes It soft and lustrous?same an when you were young. Leave* no stain on akiu sad nobody esa tell you are using it Mrs. Fred Otspirt of 223 W. 148th St., New York City, writes ua: "About sts months ago I ted s bdd spot mi the very tap of my head as big ss the palm of my hand. la about seven weeks' tine, asing HAY'S HAIR HEALTH continuously, M hair* started to grew. They are getting fmt ss Seng sad us tbe ssne color *s the test ef Sty hatr. I shall never give up using It." You csa get It at soy druggist's far We sr $1.00 per bottle or from the Phils Hay Spss. Cs., Newark, N. J.