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LEWIS M. THAYER
K0W?J?,"" 50713th N.W.
BERMUDA?CUBA
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CUVOUIU AND BONOlCIiI
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Iteuoklf Ticket*?Alt Ltm
OBER'S
Steamahlp and Tonrfat A(e?r,
No, l Woodward Balldlac
Phono Xala lots
DRAFTING
SK8ZOHB TRADE
ARTHUR CORNELIUS
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NO WORRIES OR TROUBLE
?B yw have m do your
decorating, etc Window
screens and klip covers to order.
CORNELL WALL PAPER CO.
T14 13 th H.W.
H. B378-5374
Bank Hour*
Tomorrow
8:30 to 3
4 to 5:30
J'
V.
Make Your Dollars
Get Busy
Ton work for Money?make it trade for you.
Save it for Investment. Get into the Ownership
Class. A few Hundred Dollars, well invested, will
pnt you on the way to INDEPENDENCE.
?
Isn't It worth while to save for Ownership?of
a Home?of Good Bonds?of something tangible that
will blaze the way to a Bigger, Broader, Happier
Future? *
One Dollar will start you?we'll add 3%
Interest.
SECURITY SSSE&X^RAHK
SwUHMOTOWS LARGEST SAVINGS BANK
Corner*of 9tk and G Streets
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Silk or chamois, with badly soiled
finger-tips, are sa/efy washed in
the silky indt of Go^tfe & CoSm
new wash-bowl flake?
FAB
aaa. u. a, mt. om
i
This new* thin wash-bowl flake
was severely tested in the experi
mental laboratories of Cmsgio la*
stitnte of Technology*
All eortsttf fabrics?heavy and deli
cate, white and colored, weie washed
In hot, warm, and cold waters, both
hard and soft.
tab was pronounced a safe and *u
perior soap flake by Carnegie Institute.
colgate * CO.
EM, 1006
raw you
SAFELY WASHES FINE FABRICS
INFLUENZA
NEWS OF THE CLUBS
FaMax CnMr Ctaftor. D. A. R,
was entertained at the bom* of Mri.
Walter, on Georgetown heights, Tues
day event of in honor of Washington's
birthday.
The old colonial home, with flags
and many candles, made an appro
| prlate setting for such a celebration;
Mrs., tt. W. Petty, resent, assisted as
hostess. An ori^lnajl ode to Wash
ington was read by Mrs. Willis.
Recitations by Miss Bertolf. A
musical program by Mrs. Hendricks
and Miss Hendricks on the piano and
I steal guitar, and a group of songs by
I Mr. Freund completed an appreciated
program.
The Columbia Height* Art Club was
entertained at its current meaUng by
Mrs. C. R. Cranmer, with Mrs. De Witt
Croissant acting as chairman. It was
voted1 to have the club represented In
the yeisbook and directory of the
club wonten of Washington. Mrs
Nalle was elected an active member,
being transferred from the associate
list. Two papers were rea<l, one by
Mrs. Frissell on "FuUama- aad one
by Mrs. Hardy on "Japanese Litera
ture"
Victory Chapter, D. A. R.. held its
February meeting , t?!
regent, Mrs. Jtaiss Stewart, 1812 La
moot street. A letter from Mount
Alto was read
appreciation of t& elearrlcal sppjl
ances presented by the cfK^tw- A
financial report was read,
aDDroprlated for AmsricaWsatton
5E?k. Girt Scouts, Mount Alto. Juve
nlle Protective Aaso^Mion. atate
Historical Society and Continental
Hall.
Mareia Barns Chapter. D. A, B
held It* February meeting at tne
home of Mrs. W. L. Gutellus, 804
Taylor street. Alternates were elect
ed for the congress, and after tne
business meeting adjourned fcr a BO
I cial hour. Miss Cornolia Ellison
played several selections on the cello,
accompanied by Miss Frances Gute
llus.
Mouuat Holyolte Alommne
I elation will meet at the home of Mrs.
C L?roy Parker, 1118 East CaPtto*
street, Saturday, at 2:30. Th?
will be Mr. 8tephan PanareK^r. ?i"'
Ister from Bulgaria. He will tell of
bis visit to Geneva as a delegate to
the conference last summer.
Mount Holyoke women are invited.
fhflT HmiWi held Its current
meeting with Mr* Fuller, fte P1*?1
dent. Mrs. Katherine Knight. In the
chair. Acts from "Corlolanus were
read. Mrs. Glass spoke of the "Patri
cians and Plebeians," and Mrs. Fr z
sell gave a talk concerning the his
tory of the period which environs the
play.
Geaeral Charles A. Deyew r*"'
American Legion, will meet Wednes
day evening with Mrs. A. Pfleger. 73a
lith street southeast.
Dahlgrea TVrrmre Thursday Ctab
was enntertained at Its last meet
ing by Mrs. M T. Hill. Following
luncheon a business meeting was held,
succeeded by a social hour. Mrs.
Frank McCoy will be hostess Thurs
day at the Studio Shop, on I street.
Catnr Putst.Ttuk?r AsseclaSlon
met Friday. Dr. Murphy. chlef
medical Inspector of the District
of Coluitfbia public schools, gave an
address. "The Health of Children,
and Miss Woodsell, school nurse, told
of results of the weights and meas
urements of all the pupils in the Car
bery School. Miss Aldrich. nurse
from the Child Welfare Society, also
spoke on "Nutrition of the Growing
Child." The association voted to
serve milk to every pupil in the build
ing dally.
The Clover Ctah (auxiliary to the
13 Club) met Thursday night at the
home of Mrs. Lee Latimer, Jr. The
president, Mrs. Y. Curtis Shlnn. pre
1 sided. After a short business meet
ing bridge and 500 were played.
E Plnrtbns fJaam Chapter, D.
A. held Its February meeting at
the home Of Mrs. R. D. Van Valken
burgh. the Portner. Mrs. Howard W.
Gamble and Mrs. Danielson were as
sistant hostesses. The regent, Mrs.
Sylvanus Johnsot presided. - Contri
butions were ma?e to the milk fund
for Arthur placfe. lighting fixtures for
the District room. Travelers' Aid and
Juvenile Protective Association. The
chapter's year book was distributed.
Mrs. Elmer E. Curry was elected del
egate to the continental congress,
with the following alternates: M?.
T M Friend. Mrs. H. W. Gamble, Mrs.
R. D. Van Valkenburgh, Miss felisa
bbeth Cooper. Miss Harriett Lander,
Miss Virginia **/***>"? HgEJ
E. Westover, Mr^W. L. Pfeifrer. Miss
Elliabbeth Hartman and Miss-Ada J.
Guitner.
The Exeelsle* Zlterary Ctab met
Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs.
A. H. Frear. the president, Mre J. W.
Bulla, . presiding. Mrs. F. Howlett
Wright and Hattle Wood Frear spoke
and music and recitations were con
tributed by Miss Jessie ?earctifH1?
Frear. Mrs. Carr and Mrs. W. "A
Trauty. Mrs. A. H. Frear. one of thfe
founders, gave the history of the
club.
nik. Deeartmeat of the Potomac W
n p held Joint installation with the
Grand iSmy of the Republic recently
at G A. R. Hall, when Past Depart
ment President Nora Atkinson Beatty
Installed the Woman's Relief Corps
officers, as follows: - Prealdent,Myr
tle M Loebsack: senior vice president,
Jennie L. Hamilton; Junior vice pres
ident. Elisabeth Shaw; chaplain, Sani
A MoMlllan; tr^urer Julla
Hamilton;
Lay ton; inspector. Flora, M. Emer
son; patriotic lnstruotor. Mary Vaa
Ness Fauth; press correspondent,
Ito? M. North; senior alde Aupi.ta
B. Palmer; executive hoart, Eth?t
nHmfliL Harriet Bsaflon? Mary Bait#
Orr Stollsaa Crowsll; delegate
at-large,' Margaret Miller; delegate.
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Well Equipped
?to take prompt ca?* of ?tJ
your general or special kinds of
MACHINE WORK
Able to tliott Interesting
Prices because of special advan
tages of location. Estimates on
request. *
H. S. ELKlrfs CO., INC
Manufacturing Specialists
3M 12th St. N.W#?Main MM
bamawwrniiiiiiiwiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiinn
Quick Relief hrom
Constipation
Qet Dr. Edwards* Olive Tablets
That is the joyful cry of tbon
,Muh since Dr. Edwar<U produced
Olive Tablets, the substitute for
calomeL
Dr. Edwards, a practicing phy
sician for 17 years and calomel's
old-time enemy, discovered the
formula for Olive Tablets while
treatint patients for chronic Con
st! nation and torpid livers.
DrTEdwards' Olive Tablets de not
cMitthi calomel, but a healing,
soothing vegetable laxative.
Ne griping 1* tha "keynote" of
these UttM sugar-toe ted, olive
colored UbWtsi -They cause the
bow?b and Over to act normally.
They never force them to nnnatnral
""rt^yeo have a "dark brown
month"?-bad breath-* dull, tired
feeling?sick headache-torpid Hver
-constipation, you'll And quick,
sera and pleasant results from one
or two of Dr.. Edwarda' Olive
Tablets at bedtime. -
Thousands take them every
,****] Jf ?.
Julia MUon Layton; alternates, I*
Baaaett, Emma L. Deam.
Tto WttDomU Iwto CM met Mon
day evening In club rooms, 14M 11
street, when a program of songs and
piano numbers was given as fol
low*; "Polohlnelle (Rachmaninoff).
Eleanore Colborn; "Marche Funebre"
(Chopin), Elvia Allpress; "Ballade (i
Minor (Chopin) and "Etude G Flat
Major" (Chopin), Mrs. Offterdinger;
"Viesi CArte (Puccini) and "Her
Dream" (Waller), ? Ann Corn well;
"Over Steppe" (Oretchinoff) and
"Wounded Birch" (GretchinpB). Allie
Traver; '"Oh, Thou Afflicted" (Bene
dict) andt "Di? Mat 41* ruh"'(Schu
bert). Sua Kennedy. Misa Pearson and
Mtaa OHrer, guests of the club, played
the following numbers by MacPowetl:
"Novellette" and "A Scotch Poem."
At the next meeting Mrs. R. H. Dal
gleish will addresd the club.
/ tTaltfd Dtn|k(m of the Confrd
ency, District division, will give a
roi-careme at the WiU&rd Hotel March
20. Mrs. Walter E. Hutton, president
of the District will appoint a
committee from the nine local chap
ters. ' i
The Bhakeapeare Society will meet
Wednesday evening- at Washington
Law School, 1435 K street. Dr. Paul
Kaufman of the American Unlver
alty will talk on "Shakespeare's Way
With the Humours"; Dr. E. V. Wilcox,
president of the society, will describe
"Comedy' Relief In Tragedy," illus
trated by the scene of the drunken
porter from "Macbeth," by Elton B.
??
Taylor: tha grave digger's scene from
"Hiunlat," by Mr. Taylor and Clarence
E. Ruebiam, and the scene between
the rustic and' Cleopatra, from "An
tony and Cleopatra," by Mr. Ruebsam
and Mrs. Mabel Owens Wilcox. All
interested are invited.
MEMORIALS JN HOUSE.
The House held memorial services
yesterday for two of its members who
died during the last year?William E.
Mason, representative-at-largc from
Illinois, and Samuel M. Taylor of the
sixth Arkansas district.
Representative Chester W. Taylor,
a son of the late Representative, who
was elected to fill the unexpired term,
presided over the exercises in memory
of his father. Representative James
R. Mann of Illinois, presided during
delivery of speeches enlogixing Mr.
Mason.
IF YOU HAD A
NECK
M LONG A8 THIS FELLOW,
AND HAD
SORE THROAT
I the
IWA"
DOWH
TONS I LI N E
ISNOULD QUICKLY RELIEVE IT
? *c. and tte. HospiUl SiM, ft.
? ALL DKUGGI5T8
FLORIDA Fresh TOMATOES
Another carload of Fine, Fresh Florida To
matoes is being distributed to our branch stores
today.
All we ask is that you
examine these goods
the wonderful value'giv
ing is quickly apparent
An exceptional price for
Fine Tomatoes
Per Lb.
17
THOSE
FINE
SWEET POTATOES
That you are buying from us are all shipped
direct to us by the
Sooth Carolina Sweet Potato Association
These Sweet Potatoes are very
fine and you will be delighted to
learn that good sweet potatoes are
obtainable at this season of the
year.
Per Lb,
5
New
Florida
CELERY&lOc ^ CABBAGE [r 5c
WHITE
POTATOES
15 fe..45c
Per Lb., 3c
/ March 1st to 8th Is
National Canned Goods Week
WATCH FOR OUR
ADVERTISEMENT
IN THIS NEWSPAPER
TOMORROW
ONIONS
Ok} Crop
Per Pound ,
lie
Have You Tried
OUR FAMOUS
GREEN BAG COFFEE ? 25c
Special This Week
A Remarkable Buying Opportunity on
WELCH'S
GRAPELADE
You surety know about Welch's Grapelade,
the widely-advertised product made by the
makers of the famous Welch's Grape Juice.
Welch's agent in Baltimore called us on the
phone, told us the price at which we could buy.
We told him to hurry a carload forward to us at
once. *
The car has arrived, distribution has been
made to our stores and we are offering one big
opportunity this week to buy what you reason
ably need for some time to come.
This Week,We Offer
WELCH'S GRAPELADE ~?
5 for y 5c
I Single Jan, eacb, 20c' ?/VV
NOTE?This is the same size jar which we have sold
you alt winter at 29 cents each.
. - " ? . tr
Other Specials This Week
25,000Packaget
"SUNSHINE"
KRISPY KRACKERS
A dainty, salted, extra quality soda cracker
Perhaps you are already buying this fine
Sunshine product, but we want more of our
friends to try them. Hence we have ar
ranged for this sale- We suggest the pur
chase of a dozen packages?in the sealed
packages these crackers will keep for sev
eral weeks without deterioration.
Special this sale
Per Package....
? :
? ? e ? ? fe
5
FRENCH'S
CREAM SALAD
MUSTARD
Per
Jar..
10c
SANITARY
BAKING POWDER
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Per l-Ib. ^ ^
..... 18c
Can
BUY SANITARY "FREE RUNNING" SALT O j^l r
You'll get the finest-grade salt obtainable and you'll save money? ? f
This is the first time offered?Special this week oidy
COMET
Natural
Brown
pTPF As advertised.in the magazines, Per
IVlVJu Please note this is the the "Natural Brown/' Pkg..
lie
GRAPEFRUIT AND ORANGES
Florida's finest products in large quantities, at all our
stores. Enjoy eating these delicious fruits while you can get
them at the moderate priees we ask.
ORANGES
Per Dozen
GRAPEFRUIT
ft*
Extra?size .....10c
Large size, 3 lor 25c
Med. size, 4 for 25c
Michigan Navy Beans, lb . .7c
Dried Lima Beans, lb ..10c
Black Eyed Peas, lb,...... .7V2C
Blue Rose Rice, 4 lbs. for..... .25c
Comet White Rice, per pkg 10c
Roger's Evaporated Milk, can 10c
Sanitary Fresh Eggs, 1 do*. carton... .39c
Sanitary Fresh Creamery Batter, lb?45c
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