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CALIFORNIA Douglas Airliners THE LINDBERGH LINE Leave WASHINGTON . 6:05 P.M. Leave PITTSBURGH . .7:40 P.M. Arrive CHICAGO 9:30 P.M. Arrive KANSAS CITY 12:25 A.M. Arrive ALBUQUERQUE 5:29 A.M. Arrive LOS ANGELES 9:25 A.M. VIA CONNECTING AIRLINE WASP'VO-roN TO PITTSBI RGH Call Nat. 3646 808 1 Stk St. N.W. tn<j Jtvitaticms and Announcements ^ Our ncu.· Stitles' of £,ru)r«tvmq executed in true Breivood manncr arc moderate enouqk in. C«t to meet present -day demands ». » JEuiuaurre <mb Finf TVintprH 6ll Twelfth Street Phone District 4«ea WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE— WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Brd in the Vlorninf* Rarin' to (io If you feci sour and sunk and the world looks punk, don't swallow a lot of salts, mineral water, oil. laxative candy or chewing sum and expect them to make you suddenly sweet and buoy ant and full of sunshine. For they can't do it. They only move the bowels and a mere movement doesn't get at the cause. The reason for your down-and-out feeling is your liver. It should pour out two pounds of liquid bile into your bowels daily. If this bile is not flowing freely your food doesn't digest. It just decays in the bowels. Gaf bloats up your stom ach. You have a thick ba^ taste and your breath is foul, skin often breaks out in blemishes. Your head aches ana you feel down and out. Your whole system is poisoned. It takes those good, old CARTERS LITTLE LIVER PILLS to get these two pounds oî bile flowing freely and make you feel "up and up." They con tain wonderful harmless gentle vege table extracts, a*^·' ι comes to making the bile flow freely. But don't ask lor uvc\ Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills. Look for the name Carter s Little Liver Pills on the red label. Resent a substitute. Wîc at drue «-fres. £>1931 C. M. Co.—Ad vertisement. LOW FARES Convenient Schedules FROM WASHINGTON Florida Special " Aristocrat of Wintet Trains." New Recrea tion Can — Orchestra, Dancing, Bridge, Hostrss. Fast Service New York·Miami. Gulf Coast Limited The Miamian i H,v*."î.?p.;cial »&&&■£ ι Palmetto Limited n»» Ymlt to th* Γ Λβϊλ° TL.!„ βα M,d Sou,h Resort». A CLEAN RIDE ON A DOUBLE TRACK, ROCK · BALLASTED RAILROAD; PROTECTED BY AUTOMATIC SIGNALS AND TRAIN CONTROL. TAKE YOUR AUTO — On. .dd.tion.l R. R. Ticket Carrie* It. GEO. P. JAMES, G.P. A. 735 ijth St., N. W., Wajhingtoe Tel. National 7835 Atlantic *7ώ (boast" faulttxid ! I ■ m 4 of iAjt ' [Line DO TRY THIS! Either tpray or drop E-Z NASAL SPRAY Into your dom. Smarting and con gestion are quickly relieved and breathing through the nose seems many timet . easier. Brings you nose comfort g f f tnd ι ! ι ο helps ». present mini etUi from apreading. E-Z NASAL SPRAY Handy ti:e bottle with convenient dropper. 50c AT ALL GOOD DRUG STORES MILBURN'S CAPSULES Relieve Common COLDS Amazingly They atart work at once—curb nas ty symptoms of a «>ld quickly, and of ten relieve colda in a few hours, if taken THE BOX AT AU DRUG STORES ® aa directed. SOCIETY (Continued From Third Page.) afternoon to the Garden Club at their home in Fairfax. Dr. P. L. Mulford from the Bureau of Plant Industry of the Department of Agriculture gave a most interesting talk on trees. Ad ditional guests were invited in to tea. The tea table, which was beautifully decorated with calendulas and green candles, was presided over by Mrs. Robert Klrkpatrlclt Noble of Wash ington and Mrs. John S. Winn of Washington and Miss Marye Grove of Roanoke assisted in serving. Cap- Arnold W. Shutter, U. S. Α., and Mrs. Shutter have come to Wash ington from Minneapolis for duty and are at the Martinique. Mrs. Granville H. Parks left Wed nesday for Miami Beach, where she will spend two months. Miss Mary Marlow has returned to her studies in New York City. Before lcaiing she entertained some of her former classmates of Cathedral School at luncheon at the Mayflower. Covers were laid for 11, her guests being Miss Florence Wright, Miss Lucy Wright, Miss Madeline Wright, Miss Barbara Myers, Miss Ruth Marlow. Miss Alice Ahalt, Miss Faith Fletcher, Miss Nancy Willis and Miss Martha Prances Roth and her house guest, Miss Alice Simpson. There were 30 members and guests present at the reunion banquet of the Cheer-O Club held at the Admiral last evening, when the guests of honor «ere Mrs. John S. Bennett, Mrs. Eve lyn S. Hursh, Miss Mary M. Burnet and Miss Carrie Sanders. Much of the success of this affair was due to the efforts of the officers of the club, who are Jessie Smith, president; Ruth N. Murphy, secretary, and Rita M. Cavanaugn. treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. John Brady of Stam ford Conn., are guests at the Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lazar of 812 Riverside drive. New York, announce th3 marriage of their daughter Ruth to Mr. Robsrt M. Wolhcim on Decem ber 30, 1934, at Elkton, Md. The regular meeting of the Women's Alliance of All Souls' Church will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. Mrs. J. H. Dellinger. who has recently returned from Europe will be the guest speaker and will tell of her experiences in Portugal and England. Mrs. J. M. Aldrich will be the luncheon hostess. Mr. Walter J. C'ummings Visiting at Carlton. Mr. Walter J. Cummings. former special assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury, has arrived in Washing ton and is at the Carlton. Lieut. Col. and Mrs. M. Robert Gug genheim have sailed from New York on board the Santa Elena for Cali fornia, by way of the Panama Canal. Col. and Mrs. Guggenheim did not | come to Washington this season, as has been their custom for the past several Winters, but spent the early Winter at their home in Babylon, Long Island. Mrs. Mae L. Hamilton entertained at a dinner in tho ball room at the Shoreham last evening in honor of Mrs. Frank Crump of Memphis. Tenn., who is the guest of Mrs. Gilbert Hitch cock in Washington. Mrs. C. B. Ross of Washington has moved to the Fairfax for the Winter season. Mrs. Carl B. Thompson was hostess at a bridge luncheon Monday after noon at her home in Oakcrest, Va., entertaining Mrs. Irvin M. Hufford, Mrs. Grier Hufford. Mrs. Dulaney Hammond, Mrs. H. Newell Larcombe. Mrs. Earl Mallison, Mrs. Robert F. Heydenreich of Alexandria and Mrs. D. H. Cooper of Aurora Hills, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Gall, who spent the New Year holidays with Mr. Gall's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gair of Country Club Hills, Va., left on Tuesday for their home in Batesburg, S. C. Mrs. Herring Leaving for California to Visit Wilsons. Mrs. Paul S. Herring, wife of Dr. Herring, Wine avenue, Hyattsville, Md., and her sister-in-law, Miss L. Pearl Herring of Washington, will leave Saturday for Ontario, Calif., for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence P. Wilson, formerly of Hyattsville. Mrs. Wilson before her marriage was Miss Lillian Herring. Mrs. Herring and Miss Herring will be away several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Simpson had as their holiday guests their niece. Miss Ann Farrell, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Farrell of Hart ford, Conn., Miss Katherine Harbin also of Hartford, and Mr. William E. ! Shaw of Atlanta, Ga. j Announcement has been made of ι the marriage. December 24, at Norfolk, ! Va., of Miss Hortense Poynter. daughter ι of Mr. and Mrs. Alma Jarvis Poyner of Norfolk, and Mr. Charles Johnston Parkerson of that city. Mrs. Parker son is the primary instructor of the Herndon High School. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shadel of Milton Junction, Wise., who have been spending the holidays at the home of their son, Mr. Willard Shadel, have gone to Florida, where they will stop a few days at Orlando, and later go to Miami for the Winter. j The Iowa State Society will hold a j r KAPL0W1TZ THE COAT AND SUIT SPECIALTY SHOP ON THIRTEENTH STREET BETWEEN EANDF DRESSES «SPORTSWEAR· GOWNS SOUTHERN VISITOR I If you're fortunate enough ! to be one of those "heading ! South," don't overlook a "Sunday Night Knit" for a 1 tonic rivalling »«κ=-| the sun. ϋϋϋ SUN SAY NIGHT KNITS 15 19·" 25 55 ; The largest collection of fine Knitted Clothes in the Nation's Capital. EXCLUSIVE SPECIALIZATION — Not Just Another Department. WOMENS MISSES JUNIORS LITTLE WOMENS LARGER WOMENS I EXCLUSIVE APPAREL SPECIALISTS reception and dance at the Wlllard Saturday at ê:30 p.m. In honor of the two new Iowa members In Con gress, Representative and Mrs. Hubert C. Utterback and Representative and Mrs. John C. Gwynne. The entire Iowa delegation Is ex pected to attend. Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, Senator and Mrs. Louis Murphy, Representative and Mrs. E. C. Etcher, Representative and Mrs. Β. M. Jacobsen, Representative and Mrs. Fred Biormann, Representa tive and Mrs. Lloyd Thurston, Repre sentative and Mrs. Otha Wearln, Representative and Mrs. Fred Gil chrlst and Representative and Mrs. Guy Gillette. There will be dancing and cards. This will be an excellent opportunity for All Iowans to become acquainted. Memberships for the year as well as reservations for January 12 are being made with the secretary, Miss Gertrude M. Louis, Hotel Roosevelt. Mrs. Anna Dail, wife of the late Rev. Guy Dail. has just arrived at the home of Prof, and Mrs. M. E. Kern from Berlin, Germany, having traveled on the S. 8. Washington from Hamburg. She will remain in Wash ington a few days with her many friends here before going to Califor nia. where she will visit her sons, Dr. Clarence Dail, In Loma Linda, and Prof. Harold Dail, in South Pasa dena. Rev. and Mrs. Dail went to Eu rope 34 years ago and with the ex ception of about five years «pent In California, where he was a tcacher in the Pacific Union College in St. Helena, and a few years in Bulgaria engaged in religious work, they have lived in Germany until the death of Rev. Dail last November. The Pollyanna Club of the Phila thea Class of the First Baptist Church of Hyatteville, Md., held a party a few evenings ago in the home of Mrs. Clyde Isham, Hyatteville. During the past year each girl was the unknown Pollyanna to some other girl in the class, and at the party Identities were revealed. Gifts were exchanged, games played and the most enjoy able evening closed with the selection of new Pollyannas for . the coming year by means of drawing slips. Re freshments were served by the hostess. Among those present were: Mrs. Ε. M. Pettit, teacher of the class; Mrs. Isham. Mrs. Frank Elmo. Mrs. Alice Puflenburger, Mrs. Francis Glass. Mrs. Annie Hawkesworth, Miss Joan Rymer, Miss Elsie Travers, Miss Edith Cooke. Miss Gladys Crosby and Miss Ora Blackburn. The Georgetown Convent Alumnae Association Building Committee, of which Mrs. Frank A. Allen of Fort Myer, Va., is the chairman, will be guests of honor at the festivities in augurating the use of their new gym nasium by the students of the George town Visitation Convent this evening. The other members of the commit tee are Mrs. Lawrence C. Crawford and Mrs. Eugene de Sales Jarboe. Miss Helen Louise O'Connor has acted as secretary to Mrs. Allen. The alumnae will not make the formal presentation of this, their gift to the convent, until their annual meeting In June. They are allow ing the school the use of it In the meantime. Platu for the Informal celebration include supper served in the main hall of the new building, followed by an entertainment In the form of dancing, gymnastic exhibi tions and a badminton tournament. The Washington Unit of Junior Hadaasah, headed by Miss Toba Schloss. plans to have entertain ment at Its meeting of Thursday at the Jewish Community Center. The Jacobson Trio is to offer sev eral selections. Miss Agnes John eon will deliver the opening prayer. and Miss Rebecca Namiot will give current events. Pinal arrangements for the organization's annual dance, to be held at the Hotel Wlllard February 21, will be discussed. Fish Eat Mosquitoes. Having grown from spawn taken to the Siwa Oasis, in Africa, by airplane two years ago, larce flsh are destroy ing mosquitoes, long disease carriers there. Marriage Licenses. John W Jackson. 20. 3207 10th «t.. «nd Eleanor M. Llnd. SB. 3111 Ο «t.; Rev. F. Bland Tucker. Earl Watson. 20. 71.1"? 23rd at., and Louise Moseby. !D. Baltimore. Md.; Rev. James T. Harvey. William T. Sims. 21. 237 F at. n.w.. and Chris tene Welch, 18. 1117 Delaware ave. a.w. Rev. w. Westray. James L. Wood. 22. Μ Ε at., and Mary X. Drake. 51. Ϊ37 D it. n.e.; Rev. Joshua Waller. Prank C M. Campbell. 24. «36 Que «t.. and Grace C Youn». 21. York. Pa.: Rev. Joseph D Wilson. Karl W. Brown. 28. 1770 Wlllard at., and Ûiulse Broiclen. 27. 1410 8th st.; Rev. Thoma> Boykln Lewis C. Van Winkle. .10. and Anna Lanke. 25. both of Stlem. Oret.; Rev. L. I. Mc Doutai· Frank C. Taylor, 28. rort Oolllni. Colo.. • nd Wllma M. 8hlvely. 25. 1334 South Carolina ave. s.e.: Rev. 8. T. Nicholas Wlllard Ε Brown. 20. Landover. Md.. and Marie J. Carlin. 'IT.. 3818 Veaaey at.: Rev. James A. Caulfleld. Deaths Reported. Mpry A. Lewis. 02. 3S50 13th »t. Sadie B. Olloatrlck. «4. 2001 24th at. Elizabeth Ρ Hodell, 7«. Ο Ν st. John Ο. Nelter 70. 1250 Half st. s e. William McEnaney. βϋ. 1030 Lincoln rd. n.e. Annie Foley. «7 Galllnaer Hospital. Pearl Bauman. «6. 1210 H st. n e. Charles A. Norrls (55. 1710 Hobart st. Flora Scholnlck 05. 1303 H st. η.·. Morris Osin. «4. «207 Dix st. n e. John Meany. 48 Oarfleld Hospital. Anna M. Sampocna. 47. SOA Qulney it. Charte· J. Perry. 44. BUB C it. ».w. Norman J. Pryor. 44. Oeorjetown Hoiftltal. Kathryn Strainlni, 44. Emerteney Hos pital Ro·· Mary V. McCawlty. 40. 1872 South Carolina ave. i.e. Thorn·· X. Davii. ne. 2rtS0 wiiconiln ave. Qeorte X. Huntt 8H. 7 Brandywlne it. ·.·. ■ «MoW.plUl. 1 Infant Richard O. Natwtll. Children'* Hot Infant Lawrence Olbbi. Children'· Hoipttal. Infant Coffren, Oalllnter Hospital. Infant Smith. Oeorte waihlngton Hospital. William H Drake, 68 QaUlnier Hospital. Elizabeth McCall. 84. Oalllnier Hoioltal. Luster Oant. 47 1108 Columbia rd. Lena Lee. 4ft. Oalllnier HosDltal. William T. Payne. 40. Walter Reed General Hospital. Mary A. Thomai. 40. 702 2nd it. it. Leo L. William·. 3». 423 Hobart st. Mary Broolci. 20, Oalllnter Hospltil John Wrlnht. 20. Emerteney Hoioltal. Roy Perry. C4. Preedmen'* Hospital. Leland R. Carroll. 10. 7920 Bench drive. . | Maraaret McBrlde. 1» Oalitncer Hospital. Infant Allen Piper. 333 U it. LIP CLASSES TO RESUME Washington League for Hard of Hearing I· Sponaor. Free Up-read Ins classes, under auspices of the Washington League tar the Hard of Hearing, were re turned lut night at the Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, follow ing κ holiday recess. The classes are to be held each Tuesday evening throughout the Winter. Lip-reading classes likewise are conducted at the rooms of the league, 111 β Vermont avenue, on Mondays and Thursdays at 8 p.m. and on Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m. I STOMACH 1 UPSET? W( 0 31 I'll relieve it I 0^^^^in^2minute^J| POP ONE of time pkaant taatJDf t**·* inu> your mouth and watch bow quack that upet atomacti feu back to normal ! Stuart ■ Tablets an a peyaciaa'· formula te aid dura tion. correct acidity, tour «tomach. (M. heart born. batchinc. Contain pare Calcium Car bonate and M nwiai Sate, nt, M. Handy pocket tin, 2Sc Try them! STUARTS r^rt See Carole Lombard in "RUMBA," her forthcoming Paramount Picture. β P. Lonii*ni Co.. inc. On Display and in Operation—On the Fourth \ Floor, 11th & F Streets Corner / • A complete railroad system in operation. • Trains that are exact reproductions of Chesapeake & Ohio passenger and freight trains. ' • Copies of such famous trains as The George Washington and The Sportsman. Mural background depicting various phases in American history. \ • Miniatures of our own Union Station, of Cincinnati's new $42,000,000 terminal, and other important railroad stations. • Models of such famous historical shrines as Monticello, and the capitol and Governor's palace at Williamsburg. An Interesting, Informative, Entertaining Lec ture Daily—at 11, 2:30 and 4:45 o'clock. "300 Years of History in 30 Minutes'' * —by H. O. Bishop, General Advertising Agent of the Chesa peake & Ohio Railroad. Arrangements can be made for Mr. Bishop to talk to special groups at hours other than those mentioned above Admission to the Exhibition is Entirely Complimentary Woodward & Lothrop K)™ 11™ F and Ο Street* Pmonf. District 5300 You are Invited to See the Chesapeake 6· Ohio Railroad's Mechanical Exhibit That Was One of the Feature Displays at the "Century of Progress" Exposition A Arthur Jordan Piano Company Mason & Hamlin Chickering Marshall & Wendell Cable & Sons Schubert Huntington Jordan Many Others Buy on Jordan's Budget Plan Use Your Old Piano as the First Payment ΓΙΑΛΌ ΙΌΜ Ι'ΛΛν 1259.G Street . Cor 13ΐ N.W. Τ omorrow's SPECIAL A Sale of rebuilt and practice pianos ,. . all uprights of good name and reputation. Ideal for the beginner or student. Prices start at s40 and up Woodward 8c Lothrop 10™ H™ F AND 0 Street» Phone DIstrict 5300 If You Seek ο Certain Simplicity in Silver, You Will Like These Sterling Silver Tea Sets 5 Pieces ^(25 The simplicity of these sterling silver tea sets radiates dignity and charm. The detail is beautifully executed, while the design portrays the influence of the Early American period. Two styles from which to select—plain or with en graved borders. And this is an ideal time to buy one of these tea sets, while they are available at this low price. Silver-plated Tray illustrated, copy from Chippendale, $22.50 Other Silver Tea Sets, to $500 Silverware, First Floor. Only the Fine Government Inspected Chickens Are Used in Westchester Chicken Products Chicken Broth with Rice; 10c 13-ounce can. Special Minced Chicken and Butter 25c Spread; 3y2 ounces Square Tins of Boneless Chicken for slicing. 1 pound 8 $1.65 ounces Chicken a la King, glass jar 60c of 15 ounces Chicken a la King, tin of 8T/a ounces, 30c; 13% ounces... 5 Fine Soups prepared from I5c Chicken base, each. Boned Chicken in tins; 6 ounces 40c; 12 ounces ^ Τ hi Food Shop, Fifth Floo*. Boned Chicken in glass jar, 3% ounces, 32c ; 6τ/Λ ounces, di Ι I C 55c; 14 ounces.