Cleaning and Dyeing
Go over your wardrobe and send
us your garments for thorough
Cleaning and Dyeing in the newest
Don't wait. Prepare NOW for
Spring and avoid delay later on.
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CALL MAIN 4724
C LEAN f YER.S
MAIN 0FriCE:740 12 A ST., N.W.
To Belter Introduce to Our Friend* Our Reorganized
OPTICAL DEPT., We Announce for a Short Time Only
These Special Prices
Our object is to acquaint more people with the
excellent facilities . in ? our Reorganized Optical
Department, and to demonstrate its SERVICE
|;J J ?the finest, we believe, in the city.
Regular $6.00 Heavy Shell Spectacle Frames?
With straight or curived ear pieces. UJ.4 AA
Regular $5.00 Nose-piece Eyeglass Frames?
With crystal or dark shell rims. CA
Regular $5.00 Spectacle Frames?With comfort
able gold filled ear pieces; crystal or dJ'J CA
dark shell rims. Special
Regular $8.50 Sterling Silver Lor
gnettes and Oxfords?At the very <j?i 00
special price of v ?'?"1/
We will fit your own lenses to these frames
without extra charge. Our Full Service, including
thorough examination, is included at the above
special prices. ' >
We Make a Specialty of Fitting Artificial Eyes.
A. KAHN Inc.
935 F Street
30 Years at the Same Address
Morning to Night
The Hoosier is the one thing you can buy
which will help you all day long every
day in the year.
Other conveniences are in a sense luxuries?
you can only enjoy them once in a while.
But the Hoosier is a modern necessity.
It helps you six times every day?before
and after each meal?and frequently at
other times, besides.
You can't afford to do without the Hoosier?
and our liberal Club Terms make it easy
? for you to own one. ??
Lifetime Furniture Is More Than a Name
Seventh Street fyf jjygj* & Co. &etween D & E
ft; ? ? v , * Qt ifl. A IK. II 1 VOl?C
ciai). A. sonata recital recently was
I ?i t" aA_ '? Gary's Academy, conduct
or! JJ}e Sisters of the Holy Cross,
under the direction of Prof. Herman
"akemann. violinist, of Washington.
Tk^ ui vvoaniiiKiuu.
?\w!L *alir Pror?d on? of the most
tiJf? ? ?' muslcals given recently by
d n and 8P?c'a' praise is
fnrt !i Pp??- Hak?mann for his work
? ttle Participants.
nalfeK.?r??,B.m.*?v?n follows: "So
JJi'f lnof, (Mendelssohn), Allegro
Mhi M?' Adae'?' Allegro agitato.
Shuman; "Sonate A
it( f1"1"111' Andante. Allegro,
?aanlm.at?' M1" Mary O-Sulli
G Major, op. 100"
Ftai^ui I? largetto. Scherzo.
,,. "f M'SSt Dorothy Vogel; vocal
?L.1gi,Joy'Lus Blrd" (Montague
mu. ?? #^?rsV Jenningr?, piano,
Miss Dorothy \ogel; "Sonate D Mi
v??a?P* (Gade)- Allegro. Largetto,
Vivace. Miss Ann Smith; "Sonate A
??" , (Brahms), Allegro
amablle, Andante, Vivace, Miss Arbu
2.J^ee ' Pro'- Rakemann. violin.
The case of Mrs. Mary L. Baggett.
charged by Thomas J. Wright of
*'d'" w"h making a false
?a?!.* yarding the residence of
Wright s wife in connection with a di
vorce case granted here,' is scheduled
for trial at 10 o'clock Monday morn
ing in the police court. At the last
hearing W right failed to appear, and
Justice Duvall announced that unless
he appears Monday or gives reason
able excuse the case will be dismissed
A man giving the name of Richard
who says- his home in In
\\ ai hlngton. was arrested this after
noon by Policemen Lawrence Padgett
and Morris, charged with being in
toxicated. At police headquarters the
police declare they found two quarts
of liquor in his possession. He was
arraigned at 4 o'clock this afternoon
before Justice Duvall. but his case
was continued until Monday morning
In observance of its fifty-first anni
versary. the Columbia Engine and
Motor Company, No. 4, will give a
banquet Thursday night at its home.
Several out-of-town speakers are
scheduled to be present and make ad
Miss Mary D. Pierce of this city,
supervisor of instruction, has been
attending the meeting of the depart
ment of superintendents of the Na
tional Education Association, held In
Judge James E. Lloyd will address
a men's meeting, which will be held
at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, In
| the Westminster building. There will
be a special musical program given.
A meeting of the Helping Hand So
ciety of the Trinity M. E. Church will
be held at 7:30 o'clock Monday night
at the residence of Mrs. James B.
Fitzgerald. South Patrick street.
The Columbian Players are plan
ning the presentation of the "Revue
of 1922" In this city immediately after
Easter. This club has had a most
successful season, here and in Wash
ington, where they have played be
fore large audiences.
Tuesday night Rev. Wallace E. Rol
lins of the Episcopal Theological
Seminary will deliver the first of a
series of lectures on "The Epistles of
St. Paul." at Christ Episcopal Church.
Cash Prizes to Be Awarded for'
Posters, Cartoons &nd Essays
on "Kindness to Animals."
Special- Dispatch to The Star.
ALBANY, N. Y., March 4 Several
prizes, ranging from $25 to $3 and
open to school children throughout
the country are offered by the Ameri
can Humane Association in its annual
humane poster and essay contest
w-hich closes May 20 next. The nature
of the work to be submitted and the
rewards offered are:
For the best humane posters made
by art students, high school students,
grammar school and prlmarv school
pupils, a first prize of $25. second
prize of $15 and third prize of $10
will be awarded.
For the best cartoons on the sub- :
Ject of "Be Kind to Animals," pub
lished in newspapers before May 20.
prizes of $10, $5 and $3, each, will bt j
given. The cartoon prizes will be :
awarded In two groups, one to persons
nineteen and older, and the other to
persons under that age.
For the best poster for publicity
purposes of a society for the preven
tion of cruelty to animals, a special
cash prize of $25.
Prizes of $10 and $5 each will be
given for the best posters showing
the cruelty of catching animals in
For the best essays written by Boy
Scouts on the subject of protection of j
animals, $25, $15 and $10 will be given. |
A prize of $25 to the Girl Scout who
writes the best essay on protection
of birds, and $25 to the Camp Fire girl
who writes the best similar essay,
will also be given.
Last year, the association said,
thousaiyls of school children com
peted in the humane poster contest
and schools In many cities took it up
as part of their regular art work.
Pull particulars may be obtained
from the Aim /lean Humane Associa
tion In this city.
MANY MEMBERS ADDED
TO CITY CLUB ROLL
31 Are New and 22 Former Mem
bers Are Reinstated by
John H. Bartlett, president of the
Civil Service Commission, and J.
Cloyd Byars, former state senator in
Virginia, were yesterday admitted to
membership in the City Club, Milton
Hopfenmaier and John Iiolmes Ma.
gruder were issued life memberships.
Thirty-one new members were ad
mitted and twenty-two former mem
bers were reinstated. Among the new
members there were twenty-four ac
=Work at Low Prices?
Dr. H. C. SMATHERS
Offer* You Thome Very
Low Price* for a Limited Time
If you need
the services of J
a dentist, this]
is your oppor-l
tunity to have'
your teeth put
In perfect con
dition at a
Set of Teeth
That fits and
and service. No More
They look like No Less
Gold Crowns?Bridge Work
No More $5xJ0e[h No Leu
Formerly Located 7th and K Sta.
Now at 933 G St. N.W.
Near Cor. of 10th St.
Over Pe&rlman's Bookstore
Phone Main 869A
Lift Off with Fingers
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Freezone" on an aching corn, in
stantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly yon lift it right off with fin
gers. " Truly!
Your druggist sella a tiny bottle of
"Freelone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, and the cal
luses, without soreness or irritation.
is a Scientific Result
A mistake in putting up a prescription
might mean death to the patient.
Careless mixing or inferior ingredients
kill the protective properties of the Paint they
produce. "Cheap" Paints lack the wear-re
sisting, weather-repelling qualities of scien
"Miirco" Liquid Paints
Extreme care is used in combining the 100%
?PURE Lead, PURE Linseed Oil, PURE Turpentine
and Japan Drier which make "Murco" Liquid Paint.
. Colors and quantities for any Job
E. J. Murphy Co.
710 12th St. N.W. Main 5280.
Careful, Reliable Dentistry
We offer you the services of Qualified Expert
Dentists at the lowest fees consistent with the
An Work Dole Without the Slightest Semblance
of Palm by
Dr. Wyeth and Staff of Expert, Careful,
Th%t his been my raoord for tho put M run. Every
thing that will add to tha oomfort of onr patient* 1? provid
ed. Every instrument raiut be tboroujnly 8Jl.Kn.IZED
Terms of Payment to Suit. Examination Free
Will Not Slip
Other Sets of
Filll?c?. 60a to II up. la Bald. BUvr. jgrigam ?* ggertato
Open Every Erratnc Until 8 o'clock, and on Ssniaya 10
l to 4 P.M. Lady and molds In attendance. All work Pally <
?ateed (or 20 Yean,
once In yoar mind.
Kladly keep nine and' iocaUo?7oIMN
427-29 7th Street
I oar I
4 Br?- *** over Grand
forfeit and mo?t thoroufhlj
equipped parlor* in Washington. Ph. M.
[ tlve memberships, the two life mem
berships, yiree Juniors and two non
Members of the board of govomors
announced that of those admitted to
membership, none were due to the
membership drive now being conduct
ed by the membership committee of
the City Club. Applications were re
ceived as a result of the membership
drive will not be acted upon until
the next meeting of the board of
Aside from Mr. Bartl?tt and Mr.
Kyars, the following were 4lmltted
to active membership: L. R. Costigan,
C. H. Dlkeman, William P. Doing, Jr.,
N. W. Dumont. George I. Edgerton.
jr.: Herman Fakler, H. Allen Faust,
Joseph Golden berg, H. L. Gordon,
Benjamin H. Gruver. George W. Klrk
ley, P. J. Newmaker, Matthew Hous
ton O'Brien, George W. Offutt, James
E. Rosenthal, John V. Bees, C. F.
Stewart, W. L. Taylor, L. Gibbon
White, George II. Winslow and
Samuel Zirkin. Junior memberships: |
George S. Cartner,/ B. H. Tolbert and j
Dewey Zirkin. Non-Resident mem- j
berships to Joseph Burton Hack of \
Brooklyn, apd Charles E. Wry of;
The following former members
were reinstated to active member- I
ship: Leon Arnold, Pierre M. Healer.
A. Britton Browne, Julian P. Dodge,
Vernon M. Dorsey, John L. Edwards, j
Hoe Pulkerson, Theodore S. Gill, jr.; 1
P. J. Harmon, Col. Robert N. Harper, (
J. W. Hunt, Adgate P. Lipscomb,
Herbert B. Moses, E. W. Mollohan,
Charles E. Riordan, E. A. Roggen- j
moser, W. A. Simpson, William M.
Smith, Joseph D. Sullivan, C: A. M.
Wells and Hoover M. Zook.
More than 365,000,000 feet of lum
ber has been used in a single year In
the manufacture of automobiles and
trucks in the United States.
FUNERAL OF MRS. SOLEM. j
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary
Virginia. Solem, wife, of Arne S.
Solem of the Federal Trade Com
mission and daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Slater, were held yester- !
day afternoon at 11 R street north- i
east. Mrs. Solem, who was thirty- j
one years old, died March 2, leaving !
a son, Sigurd, aged eight, and an ;
infant daughter who has been named
liev. J. O. Baker, pastor of the
Lutheran Church of the Covenant,
who confirmed Mrs. Solem and also
performed her marriage ceremony in ?
1911, officiated. The pallbearers'
were Olaf P. Solera, H. F. Buchanan.
Robert Wise, L. Raap, Frederick,
Snyder and Earl Hamilton Smith
Interment was in Prospect Hill
THEATER PROBE AGAIN UP.
The Kraml Jury probe into th?*
I cause of the Knickerbocker disaster
will be resumed tomorrow and is ex
pected to occupy the entire w^ck,
I United States Attorney Gordon point
ed out yesterday that the presenta
i tion of the expert testimony to a body
I of twenty-three men is nec essarily
j slow. After this technical .videne.*
'had been concluded, he said, ,Lhe in
| vestigation could proceed more raj<
j idly. A vote by the jcrand jurors on
the question of a presentation against
| persons considered responsible for th?*
collapse of the roof of the building1
may be taken next Friday.
Tho result of the action of the
grand Jury will not be made public
until the grand jurors report the re
sult of their investigation in open couri
Should an indictment be voted ex
pected several weeks would be 4<*jnir<
to prepare the fcecessary pap*r?
on white and fleeh
grounds; out large
and full; fanoy
Economy Corner ? ^
736-738 Seventh Street
pure silk. full fash
ioned ; Black and
Selling as we Buy?;
We are giving you tomorrow a very emphatic
.demonstration of the policy which rules this
business. Our resident New York representative^
keeps us in constar.i tauch with that bountiful
. market's opportunities. To the same advantage wev find it possible to buy
you are privileged to choose?for we share every bargain?save you every
penny that can be saved?and safeguard in every quality. That's why you -ru
may be sure you will invaluably buy for less here. The best purchases we
ever made?go on sale tomorrow?giving you the biggest bargains you
. ever bought.
An Unprecedented Purchase of
Hundreds of Smart
Coats and Wraps
Worth from $15 to $30
Divided into 3 big Groups
Tweed, Herring- d* A A
bone, Sport Cloth,
in the very attractive
light colorings of this ^ ^ *7 f
season ? Sport-length
Coats and Wrappy
and handsomely lined
?skeleton finish?all ?
Second Floor?Take Elevator.
You'll Strike it Rich
Choosing from this Big Variety of
Here, too, the values are half again the
special prices. Three assortments from
which to choose.
Canton Crepe, Crepe
de chine, Taffeta,
Crepe Knit, Georg
ette?and in wonder
fully effective combi
Embellished with em
broidery and beads;
ribbons, etc. Exclu
sive designs, exquisite
modes ? and match
?eooad Floor?Take Elevator.
The late* "Row and Row" Sports
Hats, in most jaunty
by handsome worst
ed pompons. All
the Sport Suit col
ors are duplicated.
While they last..
Here's a very special opportunity?
which gives you
choice of a big va
riety of Trimmed
na, Red, Navy,
Brown, Alice Blue
?Actual $5 Hats..
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