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M IS PLANNING ANNUAL “WALLOW” Mud Bath” of Carabao Will Be Given at Willard on January 29. The annual “wallow” of the Mill > y Order of the Carabao will be held 'iiuarv 29, at 7:30 p.m., at the A\ il d Hotel, according to the announce nt today of Maj. Gen. M. W. Ire nd, surgeon general, U. S. A., newly cted grand paramount carabao. Gen. Ireland urges all Carabaos to • vise In for their 27th annual mud th,” and to invite as many hombres ■ >d near carabaos as they wish as eir guests. The invitation list in udes veteran, calf, hereditary and (sociate carabaos, and those who . ave “strayed” from the corral. Carabaos, who are “old Manila song ids” will be seated at the "sing table.” Reservations should be made ith Col. Joseph Heller, Parkwood partments, 1746 K street, before .oon January 26. The dinner committee consists of he following: Rear Admiral Yates Stirling, U. S. N.; Col. John M. Taylor nd Col. John P. Wade, IT. S. A.; Capt. David M. Addison and Capt. Ridley McLean, U. S. N.; Col. Henry H. sheen, U. S. A.; Capt. William Mc- Kntee, U. S. N.; Col. Harold C. Reisin ger, U. S. M. C.; Capt. Frederick G. Cyne, U. S. N.; Lieut. Col. William S. Bowen, U. S. A.; Lieut. Col. James J. Meads, U. S. M. C.; Lieut. Col. Joseph F. Siler, U. S. A.; Lieut. CoL Harry N. < ootes, U. S. A., and Lieut. Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, U. S. A.; Comdr. John H. Knapp, U. S. “2ST.; Maj. Alvin Colburn, IT. S. A.; Capt. William E. Cashman, U. S. A.; Capt. George R. Grau, U. S. Volunteers, and Col. Joseph H. Heller, Tdedical Reserve, U. S. A„ chairman. 2,000 SHOE MERCHANTS MEET HERE JANUARY 24 Dealers from Five States Will Gather to Form Eastern. Braqch. Two thousand shoe merchants from five neighboring States will meet in Washington January 24 in conjunc tion with the three-day convention of the Pennsylvania Shoe Retailers’ As sociation for the purpf ose oorganizing an eastern regional association of foot wear dealers, it was announced today by C. E. La Vigne of the Washing ton Convention Bureau. Local dealers interested in the for mation of the regional organization are headed by Henry Hirsh, president of the Washington Shoe Retailers’ As sociation, who is being assisted by I. B. Nordlinger, Edwin Hahn, A. Falser, Arthur Burt and Herbert Rich. ' "Oh, why doesn’t ‘ sr Qi New Year’s come m M But since it conies in cold January, the little New I I / Year’s baby looks at his hourglass which tells him to M 1 / l° se no me —^ a P s 1S w i n ff s an d nght into the V \ Second Floor of The Hecht Company. See how ■ rn quickly and’how warmly he is dressed in a jiffy! I ■ fold little toe/ need warm So Jack Frost can’t nip tiny A new baby must be popular— W ■ . , fingers, snug thumb mittens go the next step is soft, white silk m ■ woolen knitted booties pink or on next. Knitted in Vienna, to rubber panties, which fit if he is F blue—ankle, knee or over-the- fit unt }i'b a by is 2 years old. 59c thin, plump or actually a roly- I knee length. 59c a pair. a pa j r . poly! sl. m tj;«i, . n ,. oro d «»Yt vL’ith He notices that silk or wool cash- ■ M ■ silk nonlin bonnet with lace Certainly he will be christened soon mere coats are quite the thing in baby ■ / »“* W"?"' 1 ; turn-back -» hand.uade embroidered nainsook society , and straightway selects u I f cuff for a boy. g White ribbon ties. dress is the proper tl,mg With seal- pink one, with smocked yoke. (Also ■ l $1 50 loped edge and sleeves. It costs $2.95. j n w hite and in straight model.) $5.95. M Then the newest baby waves farewell and flies off to find a mother ■ M who will come back to The Hecht Co. for a crib, and snuggly blankets ■ U and all the other tiny things that make his baby life a succession of 1 r trurcjing happy hours. _ A ■ & *5 6 rl J . (Second Floor. The Hecht Co.) ) Tie Hecht CqT Street a LIVING IN A FOOL’S PARADISE. —By WEBSTER. _ - - -- ■ "■ " 1— Co*,. I«K (N V World) IW Pub Co. - The Pennsylvania association will meet at the New Willard Hotel, and the convention will be featured by exhibits of more than 100 shoe manu facturing concerns. In addition to delegates from the District of Columbia there will be delegates from Pennsylvania, Dela THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D~. P„ WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1927. ware, New Jersey, Maryland and Vir ginia, who will be Invited to Join In the formation of the new association. More than $300,000,000 worth of dressed furs were produced In the United States in the last year. Assigned to Additional Duty. Capt. Charles W. Walton, Chemical Warfare Service, has been assigned to additional duty at headquarters, dis trict of Washington, Munitions Build ing, vice Maj. Edward C. Wallington, Chemical Warfare Service, relieved. RAILROAD VALUATION ARGUMENT IS ENDED Hughes Pleads for Court to Give Ruling Establishing Precedent. Oral argument was concluded in the Supreme Court yesterday In the case Involving the validity of railroad valu ations made by the Interstate Com merce Commission. Charles E. Hughes, for the Los An geles and Salt Lake Railroad, in fin ishing his appeal, told the court the commission had taken an indefensible position in insisting that there could 1)0 a distinct valuation for rate-making purposes. Only an actual value was legal, he held. Mr. Hughes emphasized the impor tance of the case as a precedent, ex AsmN Proved safe by millions and prescribed f>y physicians for Headache Colds Neuralgia Lumbago Pain Toothache Neuritis Rheumatism DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART Accept ontt package fitJ which contains proven directions. # ' W Handy “Bayer” boxes of 12 tablets § Also bottles of 24 and 100—Druggists. *«r.trH 'a th<> trade mark of Bayer Manofartur* of Monoacetlcacidrster of Salleyllcacid AOh (^^^lOs!> publicly announces their famous Twice-a-Year Sale. THE BEAUTI- 1 FUL SLIPPERS OF ARTCRAFT ARE SO WELL KNOWN THAT IT IS ONLY NECESSARY FOR US TO MENTION THESE WONDERFUL VALUES TO FILL OUR SHOP WITH EAGER INTERESTED BUYERS! Remember, early shopping is advised! Slippers of Suede Patent Alligator and Lizard — Satins and Moires —Gold and Silver ‘ Kid—and almost . * every new material for daytime and evening wear . ' ~ .. . I I ARTCRACT JUOEI ■ ! 1311 Street ‘ : f i_i_uuLijuijuL>iuuu>iuuw<<wwwwww»MMrrrrrri~ri~ri'r~~n ; plaining: that only a part of the valu ation work of the commission had been completed, and asking the court to direct that It must place an actual sales or exchange value upon all of the railroads of the country. He pointed out that the valuation placed by the commission for rate-making purposes was slightly more than half what the railroad claimed as its actual value. I (4H P. J. Farrell, counsel for the com mission, quoted from decisions ren dered by Mr. Hughes while a Justice of the Supreme Court to sustain his contention that he at that time had taken the position which the commis sion now took In making a valuation for rate-making purposes. IF YOU see MAKE w«at NO WILL happens Send for a Graphic Chart and Sec Your Own Caae. FEDERAL-AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Announcing Our Half Yearly SALE of the famous Barriemore original Embracing every pop- Group One, Formerly ular mode, trim and $10.50 and $12.50 leather patent suede, Now velvet, satin, calf, silk. SQ. 85 snake, lizard—all shades Q —all sizes, but not in every style. An unusual . g JH jj) - reduction, because of TVoW the fact that brand-neiv advance spring styles $lO 85 are included. *** (Cor \Qo.