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BRANDEGEE’S ART
COLLECTION SOLD
Late Senator’s Effects,
Stored in Washington, Dis
r posed of at Auction.
‘ Connoisseurs of art, with their eyes
• on rare prints anil notable early Anieri
jean paintings; members of Congress
seeking some trifling remembrance of a
, once-honored colleague, and society ma
, trons searching for some bit of furniture
with a colonial history, all gathered to
day at Sloan’s Art Galleries when the
effects of the late Senator Frank B.
i Rrandegee were knocked down .under
1 the auctioneer's hammer.
, All of the rare works of art that the
\ former Senator from Connecticut had
! collected with pitch care, the famous
books with which he had filled the
shelves of his library, his tine Oriental
rugs and the bric-a-brac he had gath
•creil from many parts of the world were
’ ordered sold "to the highest bidder” by
the late statesman’s administrators.
I. ending Connoisseur!* at Sale.
As a result leading connoisseurs
from Philadelphia, New York and even
as far West as Chicago, have been at
tracted to Washington in the hope of
picking up "at a bargain” some of
■ the fine works of art, with Which
Senator Brandegee filled his home. It
is estimated that his collection of
.paintings, one selected with care and
at great expense, must be sacrificed
for 1 ess than half of its original cost.
In it arc two original etchings by
Van Rijn Rembrandt, and another
original etching by the famous Anders
Zorn, the artist's signed proof and
one of his masterpieces. Then there
also is a pastel, by Dwight W. Tryon
and a painting signed by Isomer D.
Martin. But it was Senator Brande
gee’s early American collection that
was most noteworthy, including
among others the following:
Portrait of Washington.
A portrait of Gen. George Washing
ton, by Rembrandt Peale, being one
of his famous "porthole paintings,”
a painting by Thomas Sully, which
was especially mentioned in Sully’s
book; "The Capture of Major Andre,”
attributed to John Trumbull: paint
ing inscribed, "John Paul Jones, com
mander of the squadron in the serv
ice of the Thirteen United States of
North America. 1770.” artist unknown;
a full length portrait of La Fayette,
attributed to Scheffer.
Other Celebrities Portrayed.
In addition there is a full length
portrait of Henry Clay, by Healy; a
portrait of Alexander Broughton, by
Jeremiah Theus; another of Gen.
Ulysses S. Grant, by Knoch Wood
Perry; one of Edwin M. Stanton, Sec
retary of War in Lincoln's cabinet,
by George C. Lambdin; another of
Daniel Webster, by James H. Wright,
from the famous Thomas B. Clarke
collection. At the time Senator
Brandegee bought the latter, a por
trait of Gilbert brought $21,000.
Four days will be occupied in dis
posing of Senator Brandegee's ef
fects. Today and tomorrow will be
flevoted to selling his household fur
hiture and bric-a-brac. Thursday and
end Friday will be given over to his
pictures and books, which constituted
the most valuable of his possessions.
F. A. DELANO HEADS j
CIVIC ASSOCIATION
I
Elected to Succeed J. Horace Mac
farland. Who Retires Be
cause of Illness.
Frederic A. Delano of Washington
and Chicago, chairman of the asso
ciation’s committee of 100 on the
Federal City, was elected president of
the American Civic Association at its
meeting today in New York. Mr.
Delano succeeds .?. Horace MacFar
land of Harrisburg. Pa., several times
president of the association, who re
signed because of ill health.
Mrs. John D. Sherman, president of
the General Federation of Women’s
Clubs, will serve as first vice presi
dent of the association, and John Bar
ton Payne, chairman of the American
Red Cross, as second vice president.
The American’Civic Association has
Its headquarters in the Union Trust
Building, at 1* ifteenth and H streets,
end is an organization devoted to co
operation with municipalities in se
curing better architectural and struc
tural features. The association also
gives its support to general city
beautiful plans.
Mr. Delano has been associated with
the civic organization for many years
and has always taken a leading part
in its activities. As chairman of the
Committee of One Hundred on the
Federal city, Mr. Delano has made ex
haustive studies of the municipal
problems of Washington, and has co
operated with Congress and the Com
mission of Fine Arts in defining the
proposed city plan. Recently Mr. De
‘ano served as temporary chairman of
the National Conference on Street and
Highway Safety, a subject in which
he takes a deep interest.
| | in lJnusual Service I
I I for Tiro I i
, ALWAYS quick to credit real merit, j
Washington women promptly gave the 4
first Tolman Blanket and Curtain laun- ■
dering their approval. It has become a J
custom with our steady patrons to send J
'■ us these articles early in the New Year. J
i > Blankets are warmer and fluffier and |
l curtains fresher and more charming by |
: their mid-winter cleansing." This year
, we have increased our force
to care for extra blankets and |r||,
pairs of curtains each day I
I § during early January. Our I
route man wili call for your
blankets and curtains prompt-
ly if you phone j
Franklin 71 j
Toe Tolman Laundry
F. \V. MacKenzie, .M zr, Ji j
Attorney Is Given 1
His Oath of Office
By Mother-in-Laiv
Sons-in-law often swear at motli-
but the usual custom
in this respect was considerably
varied here today, when a moth
er-in-law swore in a son-in-law.
She was Mrs. Alary Jeannette
Loeffel, assistant clerk of the Dis
trict .Supreme Court, and he was
Thomas Ellis Lodge, elevated to
day from special assistant to
United States Attorney' Gordon to
a regular assistant.
Four other special assistants
were placed on the regular roll
at the same time. They were Miss
M. Pearl McCall, David Akin Hart,
William H. Collins and William
Gilchrist.
CO OPERATIVES HIT j
ALLEGED BOYCOTT
Delegates Discuss Proposal for
Federal Trade Commis
sion Probe.
The several bills pending in Con
gress to deal with co-operative mar
keting of farm products were up for
analysis and judgment today by dele
gates attending the third annual con
vention of the National Council of
Farmers’ Co-operative Associations.
The executive committee of the
council already has gone on record as
opposed to any further legislation on
the question at this time, and it is
the purpose of leaders of the move
ment assembled here to formulate a
definite policy with regard to pend
ing bills. These include the McNary-
Haugen, the Curtis-Aswell, the Nor
ris-Sinclair and Capper-Williams
measures.
Aaron Sapiro, a leader in the move
ment, specifically opposed each of
these measures in an address pre
pared for today’s session. The co
operative movement, he contended,
needs not more legislation at this
time, but the active administrative
backing of the Government to
strengthen its development.
Mrs. Louisa Schellar, who recently
died at the age of 90, when a girl
worked as a milliner on hats for
Queen Victoria and other members
of the royal family.
Skrup j
successor to
Makes all fountain VS
pens write better '£ ;
and the “Lifetime” |
pen write best. |
Ik SHEAFFER’S! M
PE l L S
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the quickest relief is;
' soothing, penetrat- j
J ing St. Jacobs Oil.
By Kub it right on your
‘v painful back, and
instantly the sore
s ness, stiffness and
J 1 lameness disappears.
J Don’t stay crippled!
l Get a 35-cent bottle
of St. Jacobs Oil j
A from your druggist. |
A moment after it is j
applied you’ll won- !
>ss|gfli3s||B} der what became of j
igthe back ache or :
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- ■— l In use for 65 years j
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THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1925.
Semi-Annual Discount Sale f Semi-Annual Discount Sale
m of Furniture a Iff A I |j| °f Furniture
u Advance Courtesy Days jW ill JJJ JaS jjj 1 flwlirffl wct Ank fll J All suites, odd pieces of furniture and
! Thursday, Jan. B—Friday, Jan. 9 |M teSS I HU,” bedding are included at the liberal dis
l S. Th ;r ;r s 2ESk* on of3SZ- SEES G & llth Sts. Service and Courtesy Established 1877 10%-15%-20%-25% and more
■ for Oliver" WCek ’ ” Tal.l- Royal—K.crth Floor.
i Let Us Help You Make Yoimr Home Attractive
: * At Small Expense
■ i
j Dainty Curtains Practical Rugs for All Rooms
■ nnrl 50 Genuine Waltona Rugs
■ V/J- AVxO • These Rugs are guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction. They
■ are suitable for dining room, kitchen, bath, etc. Can be had in I
■ Several Hundred Pairs of ’ ».od a„d
■ i at • a . Featured for Wednesday, Special I
■ Mane Antoinette 9 ft. xl2 ft.,512.75 A L
" r § ! Braided Net Curtains o
■ 111 II Specially Priced— Gold Seal Congoleum Imported Cocoa Hit-and-Miss
■ : $419 Pair Art Square Rugs Door Mats Rag Rugs
5 1 ’' ■ * In ie wanted colo*s and designs. b cat tired for Wednesday
* i agiS l \ Made with hem border, neat edge All in one piece, without border. SI.OO Mat—l4x26 inches—7sc each Size 27x54 inches —
* and a Gothic motif. White only. Guaranteed perfect. All sizes to be $1.25 Mat —16x27 inches —95c each 95c Each ■
■ had _ . $1.50 Rubber
■ Dotted Swiss and Blocked Marquisette 9 £*l2 it’ *59.45 Door Mats )ox sL3s C Each
" Sash Curtains, 49c to 85c Pair 9 x *^ ft ’ f Featured for Wednesday
* . „ . 9 ft. x 7Vi ft., $5.85 9oC Each Size 36x72 inches—
■ They add to the attract.veness of any room, especially the 9ft x 6 (t> $*.45 Sire 14x28 inches. $1.95 Each
■ kitchenette and the bath. Fatal* Royal—Second Floor. m
■ ___
■ A Selected Group Marquisette Panel . . „ . „
I of Couch Covers Style Curtains Attractive Offerings in For the Clever Needlewoman ■
■ . , . • . $1.49 and $1.95 Values Silverware* Royal Society and hucilla Spring Packages
In very suitable designs, witn r* • 1 <->« ", -
■ bright, rich Oriental colorings. $1.29 Each truit JJisnes, are now ready. Each package contains stamped B
1® Triced for toda\ . , . Three attractive new designs in these useful utility dishes. Quad- articles, with enough cotton to complete—color
■ $1.95 Value, $1.59 s c r ,ton’ ; a coters'white” and ESh "!"* “>**«““" and lessen chart included.
* $3.25 Value, s2l® cream, but in several patterns. Boudoir Lamps Flower Baskets Packages contain children’s articles, stuftoys.
■ Ipl.T’O women’s underthings, scarfs, pillows and center-
I Rope Portieres-50% Off Regular Price w °“„ e d r pieces, boudoir sets, etc.
In blue, green, rose and brown in fine designs; some with complete with silk shade in hammered and platinum fin- Priced, 40c to $4.50
two-colored bands. * rose, blue or gold. ish. A very special value,
|i t o ‘ Palaia Royal—Second Floor, • Palala Royal—Main Floor. Palais Royal—Main Floor.

■ I I
: • Exceptional Values in Household Necessities for Wednesday
■ These items are but a few specimen values. Many others await your inspection.
a 25c Part Linen 59c Mercerized Cotton White Dimity $4.95 Plaid Cotton $1.69 W 7 ear-well Sheets .
Toweling Damask Bedspreads Blankets $1.49 Each
■ 91 r Yard 47c Yard About OK) Spreads, well worthy . With taped edges. Size 81x90.
■ Extra heavy quality, famous 58 inches wide. Asorted pat- beautiful quality. Shown in single, rair ».
| ■ for wearing qualities. 139 Dozen Mercerized ,hr " quar '' r “ d d ° ubl ' f"’ Size 66x80 Extra Fine Heavy * Wc
LOy ivicrccriz.cu 63x90-inch Spreads. Regularly ' Ticking
, T . TT i Cotton Napkins $1.95-*U». Plaid Blankets. Choice of blue
Pure Linen rluck jp Dozen sl?y*sL9s h Sprcad *- Re guiariy or pink. Plain effect, a won- i ery special
* Towels Size 18x18. Good asortmer.t 80x90-mch Spread! Regularly dcrfut va,ue for Wedn ' sda r 49C J 3rd
* Very absorbent. 25c each. of patterns. » rtc.e. onl> ’’ . Extra heavy quality.
' ■ - -
i New Items Included in Our January Housewares Sale
j ■ tO Stlc Hm(J)Nc Item (3) 9Sc Item (4) SI2S Item (5) SI.BB kem (4) $l2B ” Item (7) 38c Item (8) 68c Item (9) 6 for 88c
■ ! Item I—Glass Bake Oven-proof Item B—Seven-piece Cake Sets, Item 14—Ham or Fish Boilers, Item 2®—Clothes Hamper, made ! j
Cooking Ware, guaranteed. Choice decorated with fruit and floral pat- double-coated, heavy white enamel. c f heavy splint wood: reinforced '
of five items. Special, COp terns. One large and six W r ill hold large size ham Complete bottom himred cover • larire tlO !
■ ! r/PZMy each small plates. Special, with inside tray ™d ©O , ’ g 98c
B piece set 000 cover. Specia size. Special I
■ Item 2—Seven-piece W'ater Set, “
■ Item (25) $1.38 colonial style. Large jug and six Item 9—500 dozen Fancy Fig- Item 15—Kitchen Stool, made of Item 21 Electric Table Stove. Item (1 «) 3«c a
glasses to match. Spe- ured Water Tumblers, made of steel, white enameled finish. Fully • « , . ,
■ cial OC good quality glass. Serviceable for riveted, strongly braced with four n ckel-plated finish, with cord and
■ —it. —*. ! boarding houses. Special, rungs. Regulation size. QO Guaranteed element. OOp
4*— 6 glasses for Special s>A,yO Specif
® Item 3—Thrift Alarm Clock. Has >
■ ( '!> " T '"M loud alarm. Xickel finish. Guar-
■ I \ 1 f ° r ° nC yCar ' SpC ' 98c ,tem .: l^- C ? a L H °lf°^ b i n mi on i: Item 16-Scrubbing Combination, Item 22-Heavy Galvanized Iron < *
■L! LS consisting of medium size 4at ■ consisting of one 10-quart galvan- W'ash Tubs, with riveted drop-side 11
I RBH 1 . „, „ JIBnStSSd sT Ste i-4 pal, aud good quzmy 68c haod.c, 22-inch Spt- -70.,
!® Item 4—Cereal Sets, Dutch dc- c j a j OOC jam mop. Special c j a j , T:em (11) .$1.48
113 Item (24) $1.38 sign, japanned finished, consisting ”
■ of six large and six_ small _canis- _
TT ters. Special, 12-piece 51.28 I Item 11—Mrs. Potts’ Cold-handle j Item 17—Skirt Boards, made of J Item 23—Sweeping Combination j * j ■
PI *** g a( j j rollSi polished. Three differ- selected lumber, smoothly consisting of good floor broom, 4-
■ Oil II ent sizes, complete with 40 finished. S'/ 3 -{t. size. Spe- QO f , str j ng scwn , an d j a p ann ed TO-, if-K
■ Item s—Canister Sot. choice of staud. Special, the ,et.. 4P I ' I * o cial m do.tp.o. Special 7 OOU
* 1 1 Wh vifcvil blue or white japanned finish. Me- _____ ■ ; - THEMAatc
■r i /I' dium size bread box. ctfAwacß
■ hUiKiSfi Special 5-piece set Si.OO item 12—S. O. S„ the magic Item 18—Wizard Combination, Item 24—Wash Boiler, of heavy
■ v h cleaner for pots and pans. Cleans consisting of medium size triangle- »j„ «.;.h m ,t,n;e ho„
~c like a flash. Fine for aluminum- shape mop and 4-ounce bot- quality tin, with metallic bottom.
:■ ltem ( “ 3) 4 . Item fr-Fish Aquarium. 2-gallon ware and all cooking uten- tic of Wizard Polish. Spe- Choice of me. Aor ft Item (12) 3 for 58c
■ ___ ” capacity, with wrought- OO S *I S - Special. 3 packages. cial Special r—
■ iron “stand. Special S? 1 grwTri'' ~ IZZ' ~
* Item 13—Imported Knife and Item 19—American Porcelain Din- Item 36 Cut Glass Celery Tray 4838Z&2 *^3=
n Item 7—Soao Combination, three Fork Set. ebonized handles, good ner Sets, decorated with blue anti ,__j 4IIMF' - n
bars Ivory, two bars Star and pack- quality steel. Worth twice the pink floral spray on graceful shape lead blank, neatly cut with rose
!■ ■PI vM-’-iJBi aze Ivorv Flakes—a worth- price. of 12 7Q« dishes. Special. 42-piece (fc* QQ floral and miter designs. .£J
a HBIHMBi while special. Combination, *>« C pieces < OC *et Special
5 Item (Z l) /St P “ 1 “ U Royal—Fourth Floor.
' l!rm (13) 78c
■ , tem (21 ) 88c IteA (20) 98c Item (19) 42-Piece Set, $5.88 Item (18) 98c Item (17) 98c Item (16) 68c Item (15) $2.98 Item (14) $2-38

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