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Have Reduced All Kodaks 10% to 20% You can now buy a good Folding Kodak ^^2 g A as low as ^ (j , O v/ Have you tried our npeclal developing nnd printing ?en leef All work left before 9:30 ready same day, 4:30. Washington Home of the Kodak Harry C. Grove, Inc. 1210 G St. N.W. RENT YOUR PIANO AT WDRQti 1UO G EST. 1879 DRAFTING DESIGNS TRADEMARKS ARTHUR CORNELIUS 605 OURAY BUILDING mh5* ^f5I3fS!JSJ3JSJSM2M2MSJSJSIc j ?Ready to Handle i ?Your Emergency i LUMBING ?calls with dispatch and| satisfaction. H We maintain our own! staff of experienced me-[ chanics, and a fleet of [ motors to put them "on the [ job" in a hurry. Repairs?new installations. jtiTWe're as Efficient and as Rea- I sonable on Tinning and Heating j work at on Plumbing. MAURICE J. COLBERT Heating?Plumbing?T inning 621 F Street "SWSm paB3Mggigij ATTERY REPAIR Conscientious Work Guaranteed I AMERICAN MOTOR SERVICE 1612-22 U Street N.W. North 10-400 DR. WHITE Nat tonally known from coast to coast for his wonderful' dental service. -Price* in reach of all. -Free examination and -advice. MY ANCHOR cmws SUCTION bridge-uork PLATES *4 OC 5 PER TOOTH AMD VP A Set and Up FILLINGS Of Gold. Silver, Platinum and Porcelain, 50c to |1 407 7th St. N.W HOlRHt 8:30 to .S P.M. Sunday*, lO to 1 BUNIONS! Pain Stops Instantly? Hump Vanishes TRY IT AT MY RISK New, marvelous way to treat bunion*. Stops pain instantly ? banishes the ugly hump and tired* achey. swollen, burning condition. You ~ can wear a smaller shoe with comfort Test it at my risk. First trial* No clumsy apparatus, do rubber mold or protector* no uncomfortable leather shield or felt pad, no piss* ter. nor mussy liquid. ? is PEDODYNE, The Complete f Bunion Treatment. You will say it [ is wonderful ? a ma sing, so quick* so sure does it act. Don't waste time and money on useless methods. | Don't suffer. Try PEDODYNE at \ my risk. Write today before you I do another thing. Just say "I want J to try PEDODYNE." Address ? _ HKAY LABORATORIES, Dept. 0104 ^4 East 23rd St.. New York City. N. Y. APVKRT1SEMBXT. Free to Asthma and Hay Fever Sufferers Free Trial of a Method That Aay One Can I'ne Without Dis comfort or Loss of Time. We have a method for the control of Asthma, and we want you to try it at our expense. No matter whether your case is of long standing or recent development whether it is present as Chronic Asthma or Hay Fever, you should ?end for a free Trial of our method. No matter in what climate you live, no matter what your age or occupation, if you are troubled with Asthma or Hay Fever, our method should relieve you promptly. We especially want to send it to those apparently hopeless cases, where all forms of inhalers, douches, opium preparations, fumes, "patent smokes," etc., have failed! We want to show every one at our ex pense, that our method is designed to end all difficult breathing, all wheezing, and all those terrible paroxysms. This free offer is too important to ne glect a single day. Write now and begin the method at once. Send no money. Simply mall conpon below. Do it Today? you do not even pay postage. FREE TRIAL COUPON FRONTIER ASTHMA CO., Room 198-G Niagara & Hudson sts., Buffalo, N. T. Send free trial.of your method to: Court So Declares in Telling Lawyers to Speed Up Dis position of Affair. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y., February 11.?Another delay in the trial of the Stillman divorce case was granted counsel for the plaintiff, James A. Stillman, New York banker, today, but Supreme Court Justice Mor schauser told the lawyers he would insist on speed from now on, as "the public is becoming disgusted with this case and the way it is dragging on." Counsel for Mr. Stillman succeeded in obtaining a postponement from today until next Saturday of argu ments on motions by Mrs. Anne U. Stillman, the defendant, seeking to shift hearings in the case to Mon treal and to obtain $6,960 additional expense money. AmWm Time to Consider Papers. Outerbridge Horsey, representing the banker, complained that affidavits supporting Mrs. Stillman's motions had been served on him only yester day, and requested another week to prepare papers in opposition to them. Mrs. Stillman seeks hearings in Canada to present evidence of alleged bribery and attempted bribery of those who testified that she miscon ducted herself with Fred Beauvais, Indian guide, named by her husband as co-respondent. After granting the request Justice Morschauser said: "Everybody is disgusted with this case. Here it is dragging along, drag ging along, dragging along. Either we ought to have this commission appoint ed at Montreal or go on here before the referee and finish it up. You law yers don't seem to understand the public clamor to have the case dis posed of. "There will be no more adjourn ments of this motion. If I deny it that will be the end of it ,and if 1 grant it you will have to go ahead. From now on I am going to insist on speed." ('hides Mrs. Stillman*s Lawyer. The justice told John F. Brennan of Yonkers. N. Y., counsel for Mi's. Still man. that the affidavits supporting his motion should have been served on the plaintiff's counsel before yes i terday, as he was given a week to prepare them. Mr. Brennan character ized Mr. Horsey's request for a post ponement as an "insane suggestion." It was announced that John E. Mack, guardian ad ite mfor Baby Guy Still man, whose legitimacy Mr. Stillman has impugned, may serve new papers next week on counsel for the banker. Their probable contents were not dis closed. ALEXANDRIA. ALEXANDRIA, Va.. February 11.? The special committee named some time ago by the chamber of com merce for the purpose of interview ing and getting signatures for the petition for a white way on King street between Fairfax and Patrick streets, a distance of seven squares, will make its final rounds Monday and endeavor to get all who have not signed to do so. It is expected that a favorable re port on the proposition will be made Tuesday night at a meeting of the city council by the joint committee on light, finance and streets. Under the plans provided 60 per cent of the cost of installation is to be borne by the Alexandria County Lighting Company and the remainder by the property owners or merchants along the seven squares. The assessment against the prop erty has been fixed at $2 a front foot i by the committee. Cost of illuminat ing the street will be $2,000 a year, and this is to be borne by the city. The movement to secure for Alex andria a white way has been under consideration for some time past. In the event the measure is adopted by city council, the work of construct ing the white way will be commenced very soon, it is stated. The body of the unidentified man, believed to be named Brennan, who was struck and instantly killed last Tuesday morning by a southbound passenger train over the Southern railway, is still being held at De maine's mortuary chapel, awaiting final identification. The police here today communicat ed with the authorities of Atlanta, with a hope of identifying the | stranger. The man, it is reported, | has a brother living In Massachusetts. : Station Agent White at Burke, Va., told Mr. Demaine that he believed the man stopped with him last Mon day and Tuesday, and told him his name was Brennan and that he had been employed as a shipping clerk in Atlanta, Ga. Many persons seeking missing hus bands, brothers and other relatives have called at the undertaking chapel in an effort to identify the body. Funeral services for George W. Keys, who died this morning at his home In Rosemont, will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the M. E. Church South, and will be con ducted by Rev. Dr. E. V. Regester, pastor, and burial will be in Bethel cemetery. Members of Andrew Jack son Lodge of Masons and the Broth erhood of Locomotive Engineers will attend. The funeral of Mrs. Irene M. Eaton, who died yesterday, will take place at 3 o'clock Motiday afternoon from her late residence, 812 Franklin street. Services will be conducted by Rev. Dr. E. B. Jackson, pastor of the First Baptist Church, and burial will be in Bethel cemetery. The body of James F. Norris, a for mer Alexandrian who died in Wash ington yesterday, was brought here this afternoon and buried in Bethel cemetery. The deceased is survived by two brothers, Mark Norris and J. William Norris, both of this city. A card party and dance will be given Monday night in Odd Fellows' Hall under the auspices of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Many tickets have been disposed of and it is expected that the affair will be well attended. Members of the Baraca Bible class of the First Baptist Church tomorrow morning will be addressed by Joseph M. Cobb, a student at the Episcopal Theological Sominary. Thirty-four members of the Boy Pioneers last night visited the plant of the Alexandria County Lighting Company, and the workings of the plant were explained by E. A. Feld keller. manager of the company. Senator Moses E. Clapp of Nebraska at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon will address a men's meeting In the West minster building of the Second Pres byterian Church. The annual meeting of the congre gation of Christ Episcopal Church will be held at 8 o'clock Monday night in 1 the parish hall of that church, when reports will be submitted by the heads of all of the parochial organizations. Afterward light refreshments will be served and there will be a social hour. Dr. L. E. Foulks, city health officer, reports that there were fifty births and sixteen deaths in the city during ] the month of January. I The body of Miss Jane Cary Fairfax, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando I Fairfax, who died Friday at 1768 Church street northwest, Washington, will be brought here Monday after noon and buried in St. Paul's ceme tery. BANK PRESIDENT CHOSEN. Special Dispatch to The star. FREDERICKSBURG, Va.. February 11.?At a meeting of the directors of the Planters' National Bank, held yes terday, Capt. M. B. Rowe was elected president of the bank to fill the va cancy caused by the death of Capt. R. Conroy Vance. J. Conroy Chichester was elected first -vice president. A committee was appointed to draft resolutions in honor of the memory oX Capt. Vance, the lata president, I Most Favorable Prices in the February Sale At no time throughout the year can you buy for the home to better advantage than in these February events. We want to impress this fact?that regular stock is being offered?types and makes that we have selected as meet ing the House & Herrmann standard?and that have occupied place in our ample assortments. NOW designated for February selling?at most favorable prices. House & Herrmann Nine-Piece Dining Suite , (Exactly as Illustrated) Brown Oak?of most attractive design and finish?consisting of Buffet, with mirror; China Closet; Pedestal Base Dining Table, with 45-inch round top, extendable to six feet; and six Straight Chairs, with comfort ably shaped wooden seats 125 .00 Another Good Dining Suite (Exactly aa Illustrated) Queen Anne design of four pieces in Wal nut?consisting of Buffet, China Closet, Serv ing Table, of enclosed pattern; Dining Table,A with 48-inch round top, extendable to six* feet. Splendidly finished and of durable con-? struction 147 .50 Ten-Piece Dining Suite (Exactly as HI Ultra tad) Designed upon most graceful lines?and of excellent quality of makemanship. Golden Oak?consisting of Buffet; China Closet, with latticed panels; Serving Table, with drawer and shelf; Round-top Dining Table, 48 inches in diameter, extend-&*S fl AA able to 6 feet; five Side Chairs and Arm-"r W ?^eW chair, with genuine leather-covered seats... 285 Overstuffed Library Suite 167 (Exactly as Illustrated) Three pieces?Davenport, Armchair and Winged Fireside Chair?with loose cushions, spring seats and spring upholstery. Cov-fk ered with handsomely patterned Tapestry?T back as well : .50 Real Colonial Sewing Table (Exactly as Illustrated) Mahogany finish?and very well made; the legs are of graceful shape and fluted; there are two drawers and two spacious com partments for the sewing .......... *20 Cedar Chests (Exactly as Illustrated) Time is coming when you will need a Cedar Chest? and here is a February op portunity to buy one. Hand some natural grain with copper trimmings and decoration on front as illus trated; 33 inches long $13.85 Gate-Leg Tables There are many styles in cluded in the February Sale ?In various sizes and at vary ing prices?all marked with tempting inducements. We are featuring a Mahogany-fl n ish Gate-leg V*A Table: top 35x JJOO Hll 48 inches; six- ^ \/ lfg style watA Chiffonier (Exactly as Illustrated) As a separate piece it will ?rombine satisfactorily with the present oak finishings. Good size?with five commo dious drawers. Oak construc tion, of very good finish? well made in all detaails? and we're offering it at a price most un usual $J2-85 The Foster Ideal Cribs . The Cribs famous for their practicability and extreme comfort. They are the hierher grade of Cribs, of exceedingly good construction and finish. White Enamel, with close fillers all around, equipped with the patented Foster Toe-trip, which controls the lowe ring of the side, and fitted with the Foster spri n g UUIU1UI9 llir $12-50 Genuine Leather Library Chair (Exactly as Illustrated) Big. Generously Propor tioned Overstuffed Chair, of Fire-side Pattern; the inside covered with genuine Brown leather; while the outside of the back and side below the arms are covered with a most durable imitation of leather. This is a remarkab 1 e price for such value Rocker to match Snme Price. MllltQllUU VI $28-75 at the Dining Chair (Exactly aa Illustrated) Made of Golden Oak ? and well made. Seat cov ered with good grade of imitation leather $3.35 Graceful Bedroom Suite (Exactly as Illustrated) Four effective pieces?in Mahogany finish; and also in Walnut finish?Dresser, with mirror; Vanity Case; Chiftorette and Double Bed, with bow- A foot end. You'll find this Suite very supe- ^ riorilv constructed and quite unusual quality for the price 19JM2 Plain-Line Bedroom Suite (Exactly as mnstrated) Four handsome pieces?finished Walnut-color. Dresser of excellent size, with mirror; Chiffonier, with four large drawers and two small top drawers; Toilet Table, cate mirrors; and Full Size Double Bed. The M 1 y mftll construction and finish are especially good for a Suite at such a price .. 98 Poster Beds (Exactly as Illustrated) Colonial design?in mahog any-finish or walnut. The posts are gracefully turned and ornamen tally shaped at top: foot end is open. Either twin or dou ble size Poster Beds $25 .00 (Exactly as Illustrated) Colonial design?in mahog anv-finish or walnut, with shapely trim ming and open foot end. Ei ther twin or double size.... $32-75 "Favorable Prices" on Columbia Grafonolas You'll find revised prices marked on every model of this superior Talking Machine. And, in addition, special terms of payment may be arranged. Two Favorite Models Type F-2 Formerly $140.00 Now noo .00 With cabinet, equipped with automatic record ejector and non-set stop device. Type E-2 Formerly $125.00 Now With cabinet for records and equipped with non-set stop device. Your choice of any finish Seventh and Eye Streets House ?& Herrmann Seventh and Eye Streets