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HJEWS OF THE CLUBS
i i )? I ?
fjtotlees for this department should
Ived at The Star office not later
IV CU 1UC OH" W...WV -
Thursday, 3 p.m. Important
ngs that occur late in the wm
be punished If space, permits.)
_ea'm City CI>K.?Miss Veronica
egetoff will be hostess this after
oon from 4 to S:30 o'clock. A cdrd
arty for the benefit of the entertaln
ent committee will be given tomor
ow at 8:30 p.m.; business meeting,
edbesday at 8 p.m. The member
ip committee will give a card party
? afternoon and evening of Thurs
ay, when bridge and Ave hundred
be played at 2 and 8 p.m. The
ub'has recently elected a nominat
ing committee, of which Mrs. K. C.
Dean is chairman. The positions for
which elections will be held In May
are president, first and second vice
presidents, recording and correspond
ing secretaries and treasurer, as well
.ifc.elgbt members of the boatd. Su">
iestione made in writing and signed
by. the proposer Will be gladly re
ceived by the nominating committee,
tut Should be submitted twenty days
before date of election.
eitatlfartlM Chapter. D. A. R.. held
its February meeting with Mrs. Dan
iel C. Roper, the Parkwood. Mrs.
Rob Roy McKahan, regent, presided.
Delegates and alternates elected to
the, coming congress are: Mrs. Mc
Kahan. Mrs. George W. Shull. dele
gates, and Mrs. William C. Sanford.
Mrs. Frank A. Evarts. Mrs. George
Cook. Mrs. John F. Little. Mrs. Good
win D. Ellsworth. Mrs. Daniel C.
Roper, Mrs. Harry B. Denham. Mrs.
W. A. Poole. Mrs. James I. Parker
an?l Miss Elisabeth Pierce, alternates.
Mrs. Charles W. Allen reported a
*uce6#?ful colonial and St. Distaff day
balU held at the Washington City
Club, which was attended by many
national and District officers. Gifts
and appropriations were rtade !*?-,
Memorial Continental Hall, the Amer
ican armory and blue book, presented
byYMra. Allen; for a chandelier for
the Dtstrlct room, toward the paint
i -nm, "The Convoy of - the American
Troop Ships;" that Is to be sent to
France, 4o be hung, in the war mu
itum In Paris; the Berry Mountain
befaool In Georgia, the memorial to
* MrgrHJarrle Scott Harrison, first pres
ident general, National Society. D. A.
Tt.-for a girls' dormitory at oxford
(.'allege, Ohio: the Guernsey scholar
ship.- International College, Spring
fi aid. Maes.; for the District of Co
lumbia Travelers Aid Society, Ju
venile Court Protective Association,
Americanization, and the proposed
D. A. R. Chapter House.
A" program of vocal solos was given
by Mr, and Mrs. Francis P. Heartsill.
accofnpabletf by Mr.' Garrett on the
piano.- - The refreshments; and deco
rations Were In the national colors in
celebration of Washington's birthday.
CHUita of tkr American Revoln
tUfa gaelety.?The first society of Ar
ington county. Va.. was organised Dy
;fr?- .Thomas Smythe Wallis. on
Washington's birthday, at her home,
'SUtWH'ood; Cherrydale, Va. After ex
plaining the purposes of the society.
[Mr). Wallis called for t..e election of
(officers by the members. nineteen of
[whom passed the national board in
IJar.uSry and one to be transferred
I from a District of Columbia society.
iThe result of the election was as fol
I'ows: President, Ralph Pierce: vice
?president,' Catherine E. Wells; record
lug secretary. Frances Pierce; corre
sponding secretary, Donald Moore;
treasurer. Phyllis Ransdell; registrar.
Bv'nna V. Topley; historian, William K.
? ierco. A second vtco president may
fte added. All officers were sworn In
? na took up tfielr'respective duties.
Khe society will be known as "The
M>V.. Richard -Bennett Society." and
?nettings will be held the second Sat
urday of each month, at the home of
pnt Wallis.
I Sarah Franklla Chapter, D. A. R-.
mot-Wednesday with Mrs. C. E. War
field. in Alexandria, with Mrs. Mary
A. .Stephens, assisting hostess. The
vice- regent, Miss Edna Alexander. ]
presided for the regent. Mrs. Milton
I Johnson; who was unable to be pres
| ent because of the ifery stormy
weather. Questions relative to the
coming continental congress and mat
ters pertaining to the District meet-!
ing- to be held in March were dis
cussed and two lessons from the cate
. ft lam of tlie ? Constitution of the
United States were commented upon.
ifarasMe Pout. G. A. R.. and its aux
iliary.- the Relief Corps, held their
regular business meeting In adjoin
ing rooms of Grand Army Hall Wed-j
nesday night. __ , , ,
Tho corps opened at 7:30 o clock
with the following officers present:
Mrs. Rose Pennell, president; Mrs.
Stlne, senior vice president; Mrs.
Jacobson, Junior vice president; Miss ,
Anna M. Clauser, secretary: Mrs.
Grace Carter, treasurer: Mrs. Anenath J
i"aae dhaplain: Mrs. Lemuel Warner, i
nlanlst; Mrs. Anna S. Hamilton, press i
. orrespondent. Other officers were ,
Mri. Rlltner. Mre. Dean. Mrs. Mo- |
'lonlgle, Miss McMonlple. Mrs. L. i
?Snyder. Mrs. M. North, Mrs. Gallagher, ;
Mr*. McBrlde and Miss Price, with ;
several visiting members. i
titer a brief business transaction.
aH Krvitatlon was given by Col. Hunt- I
soitSfrom thi pyt to Joirt in a cele- |
hr?5o-i of George W ashlngton s ,
birtSlay, the" following committee in
rh?a$?: Col. Hosea Moulton, chair
roajR-'Capt. Hartshorn. Capt. Lemuel
wfi?>r and Chaplain McGee, who
dlsisMsed tho war period and events
iftiitM military life of Washington?
fr?B tho viewpoint of a soldier.
Bra. -Ellea Sp*ae*r MnMT Tleat.
Dastttert of Veteraaa, li. 8. A-. en
tertained Monday evening to celebrate
the birthdays of Washington and Lin
coln. Maj. Dean, the newly elected
department commander, and Adjt. Gen.
Oldroyd, G. A. R., made speeches on
Abraham - Lincoln. Harley V. Speel
inan, principal speaker of the even
ing; gave an address on the history
of the (lag. Mrs. Kathryn B. Austin
|?nd B." Lang rendered the musical
program. Among the guests who
a-ave short talks were Victor L. Gar
rigfas. J. Clinton Hlatt, Capt. Everett
F Warner. O. A- C. Oehmler. Mrs.
MyrUe Loebsaek. newly elected de
partment president Woman a Relief
? orp?; Mrs. H. H. Hempler. Mrs.
1 aura A. Lemon. Misa Augusta Pal
mer and Mrs. J. C. North. Past pres
ident* of the Daughters In attendance
wera Miss Genevieve- Spencer, Mrs.
Fll*. Washburn, Miss Jennie L Ham
ilton. the national press correspond
ents Mr* Mary Van Ness Fauth, Mrs.
R. O. -Clements and Mrs. H. A. Sutton.
Tho president of the tent, Miss Guiton,
presided."
Phil Skerldaa Relief Carps. \2"
celebrated the birthdays of Wash
ington. Lincoln. Grant and McKinley
Tuesday evening at G. A. R. Hall.
'\)L Oldroyd paid tribute to Lincoln.
Department Commander Dean and
Past Department Commander Snjder
eulogised Grant, and Samuel H. Jacob
son..a veteran of foreign
? Old Glory." Mnslc was contributed by
jfra. Helen Taylor and Mrs. Harry
bhaeklett. _ ?
LMlCStw Maaar Chapter, D. A. R,
held- its annual gnest me?ti"*fWed
nesday evening at the home of Mrs.
.ToHn c. Haupt, with Mrs. Gains M.
Prumbaugh presiding Harold t-_
TWMiier spoke of "The Making of an
American," Mrs. John J. Stahl sanB.
accompanied by Mrs. Haupt: Melville
1 indsey played violin numbers, and
Mr*. Llndsey sang. Mrs. Francis ?t
Clair. state regent, gave a talk.
Wartha WuklistM Chapter, D. A.
R. met Tuesday with Mrs. Augusta
Mm Werber, the regent. Mrs. Byron
l ook Torkes presiding. Reports of
the secretary and treasurer were ap
proved. the historian read a paper
desarlntive of revolutionary times,
Rnd-the-delegate to the coming con
creaa. Mrs. C. C. Clements, reported
DT^ho activities of state meetings,
which wore discussed by the mem
bera? The queetion whether a sum,
should be voted for Americaniiatloif
ivor* will be continued at the next;
meeting. '
Xarth Capitol W. C. T. C. met Mon
Say with Mrs. Louise Espey, -xice
^resident, with, the president, Mrs.
felen Hall. In the chair. Reports
vere heard from Mrs. William H.
{?gatck; corresponding secretary, and
IrST Tred Briggs. flower mission
uperlntendent. The financial condit
ion of the union was gratifying from
reports of the collectors, Mrs. George
Tallman. Miss Charlotte Seaton. Miss
f?va .?atton and Mrs. Lorln Lspey
and the treasurer. Mrs. Emily Gott
wais. Plans were completed for a
treat to the almshouse inmates at
Blue Plains, and an address 011
Americanization by the \V. C. T U"
ReUs de"Vered by Miss Eiizubeth
hi?tT.IO,S.' Chaptar. D. A. R..
H?ry mee,inK and lunch
eon with Mri. Orrin B. Stout as hostess
and Miss Caroline F. Smith, recent,
presiding. Alternates to the Con
tinental t ongress were elected as fol
lows: Mrs. L. b. Scofleld. vice regent,
alternate to regent; Mrs. G. p Con
way. alternate to delegate: others.
/? P- Saffold. Mrs. O. B. Stout.
Mrs. A S. Haycock. Mrs. L. W. Charl
m!!;h ?V,G- S ?Van Pleet, Mrs. I.
Birch. Miss p. Chambers. Mrs. L.
ureen. (.onlributions were made to
the Temassee School. Emergency 1
Home, lights in Continental Hall, i
^L?r .,Prut<L5""e Association, joint
celebration. Friendship House, Trav
r-u1' Am?ricanttaUon. Russian
. .7 ChaPter House. Two pages in I
Memory Book were taken in honor I
of Miss Caroline F. Smith and Mrs.
?*. P. Conway.
The District Federation of Women'*
..." ? meet tomoh-ow at 11 a.m.
w ?* ?race Kodge Hotel. Mrs. J.
? President of the federa
n.JV .,Preside- After the busi
th?w? ^ of tlle ^,orn'ngr session
Th n? e a mldda>' luncheon,
fare arranged by the wel-!
5f.?ar.tment- under direction of
Thom^: uU^rn' ?ill begin at 2 p.m.
th?. 1? MacDonald, director of
a? ,kr,?U f?,f Public road^ will speak
speakers w u' ? Other prominent
speakers will be announced later. The
meeting is open to all clubwomen.
aJLrt e2 elub Presidents are
asked to send material for the club
?h?ir *? Mrs* Fab?r Stevenson,
chairman of press of the federation.
College Women** Club, 1822 I street
Tomorrow. 4 to 6 p.m., tea* host
sfties Snfli\r ?'i ^?a,*er? of univer
Wlsoonvir, m-1 5ki;=n??ota and
vvisconsin. Miss Karoline Klager
chairman. Dr. Victor C. Vaughn of
mer?diinnalrrfK<"arch coune|l "nd for
of ih. r,! e medic?1 department
?ea? a. - ?S, M,<-hlgan. will
speak at %> o clock. Mrs. Vaughn will
receive with Mrs. Basil M Manlev
rum ? j'T club Mrs- James CI.
ij "f 8 Mrs. Howard will pre
JiuVh tea* table, assisted by Miss
?arvey. Miss Stevens. Miss Bar
S"'; M*JS Beckwlth and Mrs. Mc
E, ed"esda>". at 8 p.m.. meeting
Thanni? o ."3 CIub- Joe Mitchell
Boston, editor of the Na
ho^nr ?V?afaiine', *?'? he the guest of
of .K-aS? lPeaker' 0ther members
or the Washington Press Club will
cial!y"evitedand Kentlemen are esP?"
Twentieth C't ntury Clnb?The
at thT^ ir iVv section *?>' meet
W'.?- A 1333 ** Street,
i-m a> m?ruing. The first section
Jf. meet at 10:45 and the. second
-ection at 11:30. Mrs. I.. C. Bethel
il iVtV" T e na'ure section will meet
? n m witHreetJan'J-ColUmbia road at
t?m^ed^sday for a walk trough
wm hZ' u !\e re^ular club meeting
S . held at the Cosmos Club
Thursday at 11 a.m., when a musical
a? fh-*? V" be riven The program
at the last meeting of the literature
section consisted of a review Of re
PMTiT.a? cn?.t.?d bi?sraphies. Mrs.
.. h'"P S- Smith spoke on Tumultv's
Wilson.' Miss Grace Willis gave' a
review* of the life of the French ento
i mologist. Fabre. She told of his
peasant parentage, lack of early edu
an<1 hls poverty, but showed
that his intense power of observation
and his love of living things over
came all handicaps. Mrs. Philip S
Smith reviewed "The Life of John
Marshall, by Albert Beveridge. She
read extracts from the four volumes
to show the effect of historical events
on Marshall s character and the ef
fect of Marshall on the historical de
velopment of the nation. Mrs. Waiter
C Mendenhall summarized "Strachey's
Life of \ ictoria-" Mrs. Alfred H.
Brooke gave a vivid account of Mony
penny and Buckle's "Disraeli."
The Awifiran Women's I.eglon is
making an active connection with
the Americanization work now being
done by schools in the District
Tuesday evening at the mid-year ex
ercises of the Americanization School
under Miss Aiton. at the old Central
High, the George Baldwin McCoy
Init, through its president. Mrs
Walter I. McCoy, presented a prize to
the winners of honorable mention for
their excellence in English composi
tion. This took the form of books
YVT the library. The pupils of Miss
Alton show wonderful progress, and
it Is clearly a great opportunity of
service for the Women's Legion to i
co-operate in this work of construct
ing future citizens. Miss Aiton will
speak to the legion March 6 at *:30
Tt10 Ale*ander K. Anderson !
Lnit will restrict its meeting to es
sential details in order to attend the
above address. It will be held in the
hall at Mason House, and all mem
bers of the American Women's Le- i
gion are urgently requested to be
present, as several of the units have
already pledged their support to this
work and should hear and know Miss
Aiton. The Fianders Field Unit had i
splendid success at its Valentine ball
on the 18th, and anticipates a spring
of effective work for disabled soldiers.
I.e Cercle Frnncnln de Wanhlngtoa
Predeusft Ridicule* spent an even
ing at the artistic home of Lieut, and '
Mrs. Labat. The following program
was given by the members: Piano
selections, Miss Marie Leotine Becker
monologue, "Un Monsieur Qui va dans
le monde." Marcel Delporte; reading
of two letters, Lieut. Jean Labat
poem, "Quelques extracts de tol et
mol," Georges Poulln. The climax
6f the evening was a one-act comedy
entitled "Cher Maltre," with the fol
lowing cast: Mme. Berard, Mrs
Francis Walker; M. Berard, Lieut!
Jean Labat; Mme. Forestier Mrs
Uuby Anderson; Helene, Mrs. Joseph
Greco; Juliette, Mrs. Jean Labat; Au
gustine, Miss Maude Scruggs; Charles.
Mr. Jackson Iveblinger. Songs and
piano selections. Mrs. Joseph Greco.
Montleello Chapter. D. A. R?. met I
Tuesday evening with Mrs. Mcintosh,
821 North Carolina avenue southeast.
Mrs. Baker was appointed to the
magazine committee; Miss Pltchford
requested transfer to a Florida chap
ter. and the registrar was instructed
to forward papers; the D. A. R. prize
medal for excellence was discussed:
a request for donation to Caroline
Scott Harrison was deferred for fu
ture reference, and an appeal for
books for Continental Hall was ta
bled. Miss White, historian, read of
Washington at Valley Forge, the
topfc of the evening. A card party
for the chapter was given yesterday
evening.
Continental Chapter. D. A. R., was
entertained Monday evening by Mrs
Merrick Williams, assisted by Mrs
Brockway, Miss Bertha Dana and'
Mrs. 2VL Hood. A musical program
was contributed by Mrs. Brockway
Mrs. Affleck and Miss Ruth Jones.
Tfce State Historic Committee, D. C..
D. A. It, met recently at the Y w
C. A.. Chairman Mrs. L. A. Abbot pre
sldlng. Capt. A. L. Perham, historian
The
Fraternity Shop
Incorporated
1217 H Street N.W.
Next to Maaonle Temple
Emblematic
Aproaa Gavels
Bad*e? Leather Goods
Ballot Braes Mottoes
Banner* Novelties
Booka Paraphernalia
Buttoan Pillow Tops
Capa Plna
Charms Regalia
Coins Ribbons
Fesses Rings
PI"** Stationery
Information?Service
"If we haven't it
we'll get it."
Phone Main 2812
and biographer, spoke on "Samuel
Adams." Mrs. Edwin A. Hill, his
torian, Lucy Holcomb Chapter, read
a paper on "The New England Salt
Box House" and Mrs. J. H. Lightfoot
of Martha Washington Chapter gave
a paper on "William Pyncheon,
Colonist, of Springfield, Mass." Mrs.
Morris, national chairman of historic
spots, addressed the meeting on the
bill for purchase of Yorktown, now
before Congress. A. Y. Casanova also
spoke briefly.
Tfce Anthony League held its Wed
nesday meeting at the home of the
president, Mrs. Anna E. Hendley, 2007
Columbia road. Mrs^ Nanette B. Paul
and Mrs. Edouard Albion, secretary
of the Washington Opera Company,
spoke of the need of interest in de
veloping a national music and of sup
porting American singers and com
posers. Enthusiasm was aroused i ?
the large audience of members ant
friends, particularly by the rendition
of the aria from "Elijah," "it is
Enough," by Albert Shefferman, bari
tone.
Among the pioneer sufTragists pres
ent was Mrs. Hester M. Poole, in her
ninetieth year, who is still writing
for the advancement of women. A
discussion of the situation existing
in the public schools because of the
use of soft coal in furnaces built for
hard coal only, and the effect upon
the health of the teachers and the
eyesight of the pupils, brought out
a strong appeal by the president for
continued effort for national repre
sentation in Congress in order to have
some one responsible for such un
fortunate condition. Mrs. Theodore
W. Noyes poured tea, and Miss Nellie
Margaret Scanlon, trom New Zealand,
was the guest of honor. -
The league will meet on Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock. Heber Votaw,
superintendent of federal prisons,
and C. O. Red^od will speak.' Dr.
Kate Waller Barrett will be the guest
of honor, and Williarvi Bannerman
will sing a group of Scotch songs.
Miss Bede Johnson will be hostess.
Judge Lynn Chapter. D. A. R., held
its annual open meeting Wednesday
evening with the regent, Mrs. Bertha
M. Bobbins, as hostess, assisted by
Mrs. Hamburger. Preceding the en
tertainment, a short business meeting
was held, at which alternates for the
coming congress were appointed. The
list is as follows: Mrs. Slaughter. Mrs.
Harmon, Mrs. Liglitfoot, Mrs. Crab
tree, Mrs. Ball and Mrs. de Fernan
dez. During the entertainment Min
ister Sze of China gave a talk on
"China and the Conference." Miss
Slaughter, Mrs. Cately and Miss War
field sang, with Miss Russell and'
Mrs. Gately as accompanists.
Mr. Blood of the Mayflower Society
spoke for that organization.
Greetings wire brought to the
chapter by the registrar general, state
treasurer, state corresponding secre
tary and several chapter regents.
The Women** Overmen* Service
League will meet at 8 o'clock p.m.,
Wednesday. March 1, at the Y. W. C.
A., 1333 F street. All oversesas
women, whether members of the
league or not, are cordially invited
to attend.
"What Overseas Women Are Do
ing in Various Parts of the Country"
will be the topic of the evening.
Members from Boston, New York
city, Minneapolis, Chicago, Denver
and other cities will tell of the work
whiqh is being done by those units.
Members report success in selling
tickets for the benefit concert_ which
is to be held in the New Willard ball
room next Sunday, March 5, at 4:30,
when Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rogers
will give a program of music and
monologues. Mr. Rogers and Mrs.
Rogers gave over one hundred enter
tainments for the American soldiers
and sailors in France.
The proceeds of this concert will
be devoted to work with the disabled
veterans in Washington hospitals.
The DiiMincNN Women'* Council had
a "nonsense night in Mother Goose
land" recently at the Church of the
Covenant. The program was in
charge of the social service commit
tee, Miss Bertha Gillilan acting chair
man, and included song by Miss Tay
Moorman and Miss Fanny Buck, a
cornet solo by Frederick Pratt and
readings by Miss Ina Russell. Miss
Hilda Bruce and Mr. Pratt. A "Cork
ing Art Gallery/' a "Model Executive
Meeting," under the supervision of
Mother Goose, mimicking the regular
executives in dolls dressed represent
ing each officer, afforded much
amusement. Prize** were awarded to
the persons with the longest and the
shortest names.
Friday Mrs. Howard Griggs gave a
talk on "The Valley of Ten Thousand
Smokes," in Alaska.
Mrs. Shelden P. Spencer will con
duct the Bible class at 6.30 this
evening.
The Kewcomb Club met Friday with
Emma E. Riely. and on February 17
was entertained by Mrs. Fred Kap
linger
BOY SCOUT NEWS
Complimenting the Boy Scout move
ment for its influence in developing
character, Rev. James A. Freeman,
rector of Eplphafiy Church, delivered
a stirring address at the February
meeting of the organization Tuesday
night.
"One of the grave dangers of our
time," said J)r. Freeman, "is the ten
dency to stratification, class distinc
tion and segregation of different
elements of our social life. This ten
dency leads straight to trouble. Any
agency that can sanely help to bring
about the unification of mankind, and
the realization of our common de
pendence and brotherhood, deserves
the hearty co-operation of all good
citizen*."
Dr. Freeman commended scouting
in the strongest terms for the firm
foundation It is laying to this end.
The subject for the round-table dis
cussion was "How to Interest Scouts
in the Passing of Tests." Under the
leadership of Maj. Moorman, presi
dent of the Scoutmasters' Club, about
twenty scoutmasters participated in
the discussion. The meeting was one
of the largest and most enthusiastic
the club has held.
Manic Memory Contest.
A music memory contest for scouts
alone is one of the interesting activi
ties just ahead, for which troops are
now beginning to plan. It will be
conducted preliminary to Washing
ton's second "Music week," to be held j
the last of May, and the final prizes
will be awarded at that time. There !
will be preliminary troop contests to i
choose a team of three from each |
troop; these teams will compete in a ;
divisional contest, when the three I
best teams from each division will be j
chosen for the finals. Suitable prizes ?
will be awarded to troop and divi
sional winners, and a grand prize for
the winners at the final concert. The
plan is based on scouts' ability to i
recognize the name of a certain num- j
ber of musical compositions when they
are played and also the name and
nationality of the author. A commit
tee of the scout organization, of
which Myron W. Whitney Is chair
man. will co-operate with Robert
Lawrence, organizing director of
Washington's second Music week, for
the success of the undertaking.
Scoot Executive Conn.
James E. West of New York, chief
Scout executive or the Boy Scouts of
America, visited the Washington Boy
Scouts' headquarters yesterday. Mr.
West, a former Washingtonian, has
done a remarkable piece of work
since he took hold of the Boy Scout
movement, ten years ago, developing
the organization from a few troops
to an organization now larger than
the entire United States Army, Navy
and Marine Corps combined.
Chief Executive West last evening !
spoke before Troop 8 at All Souls' j
Church, of which Kenneth Living- j
stone, son of Colin H. Livingstone,
the president of the National Council, ^
Boy Scouts of America, is the scout- j
master.
Xew Scout Troops Formed.
New Boy Scout troops have re- j
! cently been formed as follows: Troop
SO, Brookland Methodist Episoopal
Church, Dr. O'Neal, scoutmaster;
Troop 11, Wilson Normal School, J. C.
Wheate, scoutmaster; Troop 13, East
ern Presbyterian Church, Ralph Da
vis, scoutmaster; Troop 20. Ep worth
Methodist Episcopal Church. A. I.
Wiiliams. scoutmaster; Troop 44.
Washington Heights Presbyterian.
Warren M. Watson, scoutmaster;
Troop 77, Rock Creek Church, M
i Cockerille. scoutmaster.
The court of honor for merit
budges will meet next Tuesday even
ing, February 2? at 7:30, at Epiph
; any Parish House.
Troop Notes.
Troop 70. the "President's Own."
met Friday night, with only two ab
sent out of the enrollment of forty
two. The troop is planning for a
bugling class and a bicycle corps. In
the investiture ceremony, at which
Eagle Scout Chaires officiated, eight
members were put through the ritual.
Next Friday these fellows will be
given their initiation and their offi
cial nicknames. Seven new members
were admitted, bringing the total up
to forty-nine. Two new patrols were
formed?the Flying Eagle an<* Silver
Fox. Scout Heare was awarded the
100 per cent duty badge for February,
i having received a total of merit*
| during the month. This is the fourth
j tim?f Scout Heare has won this dis
j Unction since last June, the begin -
! ning of the merit contest with the
medal as the goal.
Popularity often wins new ac
quaintances, but loses old friends.
The bread distributors of Paris are
almost exclusively women.
Here9s The Plan:
Purchase any article in this advertisement at the regular
retail pHce and get a second one for 1 cent. For instance, the
purchase of a Toothbrush at 25c entitles you to another one
for i cent, or the two of them for 26c. NO MATTER WHAT
THR FIRST ARTICLE COSTS. THE SECOND ONE COSTS
I>UT 1 CENT.
10c
Palm Olive Soap,
2 for lie
Regular 10c Palm Olive Soap, n
choice atock. t cakes for lie.
Good Quality
25c
Nail
Brushes
2 for 26c
Choice Candy
for One Cent
29c Waldeck's Peanut Brittle, 2 Iba. 8?
21o Honey Comb Taffy. 2 lba 22
21c Can. Pure Sugar Hard Candy, 2
cans t6?
29? Horehound Dropa, 2 lba 80<
10c Crystallised Ouin Drops, 2 lbs. . .40c
60c Planters Pennant Peanuts. 2 lbs.61c
30c Sports Assorted Chocolates, Vfclb
box. 2 for Sic
16c Select Assorted Chocolates. 2
boxes 16c
60c Seleet Cream Caramels, 2 lba....51c
4&c Peanut Clusters, i lbs 60c
6c Chewing Gum (all brands). 2 for 6c
6c Charms. 2 for 6o
tc Feptomints. 2 for 6c
6c Hooten Nut Bars, 2 for 6c
6c Necco "Wafers. 2 for...... 6c
6c Lolly Pope. 2 for 6o
6c Tingles. 2 for 6e
6c Panama Walnut Almond Pudge,
2 for 6e
be Raisin and Marahmallow Bars.
2 for . 6c
None Sold to Dealers
Many articles included in this One-Cent Sale are being sold
at much less than they cost the average druggist.
Consequently, many drug stores try to purchase quantities of
articles at these sales of ours?hence we reserve the right
to refuse to sell to dealers.
25c
Ideal Tooth Paste,
2 for 26c
A splendid tooth prepara
tion sold for years in all our
atorea. Regular 26c special,
1 for tic.
SOc
Sanitol Tooth Paste,
2 for Sic
A nationally known stand
ard tooth paste ox quality,
tegular 60c tube, one cent
sale price. 1 for file.
35c Sanitol Tooth Powder,
2 for 36c
60c Car-Mac Tooth Paste,
2 tor 61c
35c
Barnard's Razor Aid
Shaving Cream,
2 for 36c
Producing a rich, rreamy. b^srd soften
ing lather, well and favorably known.
39c Sise, 2 for S6?
60c bize. t for 6i?
Monday and Tuesday at All Stores, Our
Real Good 25c
Tooth
Brushes
2 for 26c
Sweetheart Toi
let Soap, regular
7c Special, 2
for Sc.
50c
5-gr. Aspirin
Tablets
6-grain Aspirin Tablets In
bottles of 100. guaranteed
purest quality. Regular 60c
per bottle. Special.
2 Bottles, 51c
/
35c Dame Nature Face
Powder, 2 for 36c
A soft, beau
tifying, cling
ing powder
made by the
makers o i
Dame Nstur*
Skin Improver.
Regular 36c Spe
cial, 2 for 36c.
15c Powder
Puffs, s
2 for 16c
WZZ
TSc
Diamond Dyes,
2 for 16c
The Biggest and Best of its kind we've ever attempted?values galore,
in standard, well-known merchandise. Buy one item at the regular
retail price (inot our cut price) get another of the same for ONE CENT.
35c
Puffs,
2 for 36v
35c Naboth
Grape Juice
Pints,
2 for 36c
A pure. choic
Grape Juice. rich
in flavor. 36c Pin
Bottles. t for 86c.
MERITOL TOILET
ARTICLES
Meritol Toilet articles are created especially for a
discriminating clientele. Of the choicest and purest of
ingredients, you may be assured of dependable quality.
25c Meritol Peroxide Cream............2 for 26c
50c Meritol Shampoo Liquid .....2 for 51c
25c Meritol Completion Powder 2 for 26c
$1.00 Meritol Toilet Water 2 for $1.01
50c Meritol Creame de Oriente 2 for 51c
"*25c Meritol Cucumber Cream . .2 for 26c
| Pei'lt?
PERFUMES
Toilet
Preparations f
Good Quality 98c Hot Water Bottles
and Fountain Syringes?2 for 99c
One of the biggest values of the sale?real good Hot-Water Bottles
or Fountain Syringes; well-made, durable, dependable. ? Buy one at its
regular price of 98c, take along another for lc, 2 for 99c.
We will permit the choosing of one Hot-Water Bottle and one Foun
tain Syringe if desired.
$3.00 Senate 2-Qt., 2-Year Guaranteed Hot
Water Bottle or Fountain Syringe,
2 for $3.01
One of our best standard makes?our 2-year guaranteed $3.00 Senate
Hot-Water Bottle or Fountain Syringe during this sale, 2 for $3.01.
Full two-quart sire?definitely guaranteed for two years. Be sure
to get yours.
J
35c
Babies?
Rubber
Pants,
2 for 36c
60c
Elcaya Cold Cretan
Or
Elcaya Vanishing Cretan,
2 for 61c
These superb nationally known
race Cream, at temptingly low
Drlee. Buy on. tor SOc, ?et another
for le?2 for 61c. W. will permit
th. cbooalnr of one of each kind or
two of the same kind.
Regular
2 for 25c
Samsonette
Hair Nets
4 for 26c
You know Saftnsonette
Hair Nets; large, strong,
invisible and guaranteed
perfect. We have aold thou
sands of them at 2 for 25c.
Tomorrow and Tuesday. 4
for 26c.
Limited stock in some,
colors demands early choos
ing.
50c Hays Henna Shampoo,
2 for 51c
This nationally known splendid shampoo is a winner
et this sale. Just think! buy one at ooc, get another
for lc?S for 01c.
25c
Dermatone Soap,
2. for 26c
The choicest toilet soap, Ideal for the complexion. Every
Washingtonlan known Dermatone Soap. Regularly 26c.
Special, 2 for 26c.
10c Peoples Cocoa Almond Soap,
2 for 11c
5c Anti'Colic Nipples,
2 for 6c
5c Transparent Nipples,
2 for 6c
25c
Barnard's Violet
Borated Talc,
(Full Pound Can)
2 for 26c
1
I
35c
Rubberset Tooth Brushes,
2 for 36c
llade by th. makers of the Fubber
set Shaving Bruab.s?-bristles are
guaranteed secure?regular ISO?this
?ale i for He.
Sundries Home Remedies Toiletries
10c
Capitol Toilet Paper,
2 Rolls, lie
35c
My Wife's Syrup
(Pound Bottle)
2 for 36c
60c
Sargeanfs Mange Remedy
2 for 61c
For ONE CENT
10c Glass Nasal Douches,
2 for 11c
10c Black Head Removers,
2 for 11c
25c Tweezers 2 for 26c
25c Nail Files 2 for 26c
10c Mending Tissue. .2 for lie
35c Men's Combs. . .\2 tor 36c
25c Key Ring . .2 for 26c
25c Soap Boxes (metal),
.2 for 26c
35c Atomizer Bulbs. .2 for 36c
5c Gauze Bandage, 3l/t-inch
by 6 Yards 2 for 6c
35c HAIR BRUSHES. .2 for 36c
10c
Cocoa Almond Soap,
2 for 11c
75c Atomizers,
2 for 76c
?good quality, de
pendable atomizers
for oil or water.
Regular 75c?this
sale
2 for 76c
25c Vos^ta Salve ^.2 for 26c
25c Bland Pills 2 for 26c
35c Kaolin (Mud Plaster) 2 for 36c
60c Kaolin (Mud Plaster) 2 for 61c
35c Graham's Kidney Plasters... 2 for 36c
15c Graham's Belladonna and Capsicum
Plaster 2 for 16c
10c Howard's Cubeb Cigarettes..2 for lie
10c Superior Tooth Filling 2 for 11c
25c Graham's N. & B. Liniment. .2 for 26c
25c Graham's Charcoal Tablets..2 for 26c
25c Dobell's Solution Improved.. 2 for 26c
50c Buchu Buttons (for the kid
ney.) 2 for 51c
25c Express* Tablets 2 for 26c
25c Garfield's Headache Powders.2 for 26c
25c Lightning Rat and Roach Paste,
2 for 26c
25c Barium Carbonate Rat Killer,
2 for 26c
25c Seidlitz Powders 2 for 26c
25c Cincho-Tone Cold Tablets....2 for 26c
25c Tonall Laxative Tablets....2 for 26c
35c Corn-Fix Corn Remedy 2 for 36c
For ONE CENT
35c Creame Daintie
(Deodorant) 2 for 36c
75c Cleopatra Peroxide
Cream 2 for 76c
25c Barnard's Cocoanut
Oil and Tar Soap.. 2 for 26c
50c Barnard's Eau de Qui'
nine Hair Tonic.. .2 for 51c
50c Barnard's Cocoanut Oil
Shampoo 2 for 51c
50c 8-oz. Peoples Benzoin
Glycerin and Rose
Water 2 for 51c
5c Styptic Pencils. . . .2 for 6c
25c Barnard's Complexion
Soap 2 for 26c
50c Duchesne Lemon
Cream 2 for 51c
50c Lashbrow.. 2 for 51c
35c Nalo Nail Polish. .2 for 36c
$1.00 Eusa Cream
Depilatory. ... .2 for $1.01
35c
Barnard's Complexion Cream,
2 for 36c
A pure greaseless cream of high quality,
removes freckles, ooftens and whitens tho
skin. Regular 26c. Special t for 36c.
75c
Cleopatra
Massage Cream,
2 for 76c
A high quality, massage
cream, fully guaranteed.
Regular 75c. Special 2
lor 76c.
35c
Syringe Tubing,
2 for 36c
Five-foot lengtha. best qual
ity red rubber. 2 for S6c.
ISc
Wash Cloths,
2 for 16c

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