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CHORUS TO OFFER |
BRAHMS’ CHORALE |
Public Invited to Hear
“Requiem” at Cathedral
Tomorrow Night.
Brahms’ “Requiem’* will be pre
sented by the Washington Choral
Society at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow In the
Washington Cathedral.
Louis Potter will conduct the cho
rale, considered one of the master’s
greatest comuositions, and the chorus
Will number 125. The singers will be
assisted by 30 in- ...
strumenransts.in- |
eluding members j
of the National
Symphony Or
chestra
The Right Rev.
Jamas E- Free
man Episcopal
Bkiiop of Wash
ington, will speak
a foreword. The
public is invited.
There will be no
admission charge
and no tickets
Will be required. . , „ ..
Soloists will be
Mrs. Ruby Potter, widely known
Washington soprano, and Edwin
Steffe. prominent singer, who achieved
success last week in operas sung here i
by the Columbia Opera Co.
The accompanists will be Robert j
Barrow, organist of the Cathedral, ■
and Lyman McCrary, accompanist of ;
the Washington Choral Society.
A new portion of the Cathedral j
opened recently will provide addi
tional space for the large audience !
expected. This is the second annual |
presentation of the • Requiem," given
on the occasion of All Saints Day.
Presentation of the great Brahms
i oratorio is designed as a public tribute
to the memory of those who worked
for the upbuilding of the Cathedral
end for the development of the city.
_#_
BYRNES REQUESTS
VIEWS ON JOBLESS
Chief of Special Senate Commit- I
tee Writes to Commissioner Allen : -
for Suggestions.
Commissioner George E. Allen’s i
Views on unemployment and relief j
have been sought by Senator Byrnes. ;
Democrat, of South Carolina, chair- j
man of a special senatorial commit- ;
tee appointed to investigate the prob- ;
lem.
The Commissioner made public yes- i
terday a letter in which Senator
Byrnes sajd he was "anxious to se
cure the best thought of the coun
try on this all-important problem,"
adding:
"I will appreciate your furnishing
me with your views on the subject, as
well as any recommendations or sug- !
gestions which you think will be help
ful to the committee in its work.”
The resolution creating the com
mittee directed it to "study, survey
and investigate the problems of un
employment and relief, including an
estimate of the number of persons I
now unemployed by reason of the use j
of labor-saving devices, mechanical j
or otherwise, in operation in the j
United States, which would not only I
be of public Interest but which would 1
aid the Congress in enacting reme
dial legislation.'’
It Is expected the committee will !
eeek the slews of public officials and
business and profesisonal leaders all
ever the country.
- .
MAJ. MORDECAI NAMED
Appointed Examiner and Witness
Before Retiring Board.
Appointment of Maj. Aired Morde
cai, Army Medical Corps, as medical
examiner and witness before a retiring
board appointed to meet at Walter
Reed General Hospital, was announced
yesterday,, by the War Department.
Maj. Mordeeai succeeds Lt. Col. Alva
B. McKie. Medical Corps.
The_ board is to examine members
of the Army Nurse CorpsJn determine :
whether they are to be retired from I
the service.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
TODAY.
Dinner, District Chapter. Catholic!
Daughters of America, Willard Hotel, j
6:30 p.m.
TOMORROW.
Luncheon. Variety Club, Willard |
Hotel. 1 pm.
Luncheon, Women's National Press
Club. 1 p.m.
Meeting. Columbia Floral Club, 1334
Rittenhouse street N.W.. 1 pm.
Meeting. Publicity Committee, Co
lumbia Chapter. No. 368. Women of
the Moose. 1414 I street. N.W . B p.m.
Dinner, Craftsmen Club, La Fayette
Hotel, 6:30 p.m.
Meeting, District Oot.ometric So
Ciety, Lafayette Hotel. 8 p.m.
Dinner, Rensselaer Polytechnic In
stitute Alumni, Blue and Gray Cafe.
722 Eighteenth street N.W.. 6:30 p.m. !
Smoker, Washington Interfraternity
Club, Raleigh Hotel. 8 p.m. !
Meeting. Abraham Lincoln Circle,
No. 3, Ladies of the G. A. R., Willard
Hotel. 8 p.m.
Dance, In'eomco Club, Interstate
Commerce Commission, Willard Hotel,
8 p.m.
C?-■ ___
3 The New Analgesia Process!
\ To relieve pain we have just installed }
ft! the most modern eauipment avail- §
able. With ANALGESIA the patient |
retains consciousness, yet is in
ssstible to pain, which permits the |
I best'work in the shortest time.
1 Triple Patent Suction Plates I
$10 $15 $20
GUARANTEED
Gold Crown and Bridee Work
and $» por tooth
AM, MODERN PAIN PREVENT- |
ATIYE METHODS USED
DR.FREIOT
HOURS: Dally 9 AM. to « P.M.
Sunday. 10 A M. to 1 P.M.
407 Seventh St. N.W. (
♦ Qrip-Arm Style
« Modern Style .
♦ Pillow-Back
Buy On Our
Convenient
Budget Plan
FLQp SAMPLE SALE
Fine Living Room Furniture at Special
Reductions ... Beginning Monday . . .
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$119 to $139 Sofas
• Lawson Style Sofa
• Chesterfield Sofa
• Georgian Type Sofa
• Chinese Chippendale —
The Chinese Chippendale and the Georgian
style are pictured . . . the other two are just '
as generous in their proportions. All styles
have webb base and spring-filled cushions.
Expensive coverings of VELVET, DAMASK, ■
FRIEZE, or TAPESTRY.
Furniture . . . Fourth Floor
Bay on Oar
Budget Plan j
Many are GRAND RAPIDS make ... all
these lounge chairs have the fine con
struction that means years of wear, typi
cal of Grand Rapids pieces. A wide
choice of sturdy, attractive covers ... . in
many cases only 1 of a kind. The pillow
back style and modern chair are pictured.
Furniture . . . Fourth Floor
Ill I
$119 to $129 Suites
k . • ••
Only 10 to Sell at
s89
Heavy construction, good styling and expensive
coverings evidence the true value of these 10 living
room suites. In addition to the modern style pic
tured there are a few suites in English lounge de
sign. Covers are of GENUINE FRIEZE or TAP
ESTRY. Please note, only 10 suites in all.
Furniture . . . Fourth Hoor
FABRIC SPECIALS
$3.95 to $5.95 Imported Lame..
A speciol purchase enables us to offer this favor- ^ O C
ite fobric for formal weor at savings of $1 to $3 * + J Z/
a yard. Choose from combinations of white ond
silver, black ond silver, or rich multi-colors. yard
HANDSOME VELVETS, RICH COLORS, YARD $1.95 ond $2.49
in pile fabrics velvet is pre-eminent. Our collection includes the conventional colors and
new subtle shades, too.
NEW WOOLENS, PLAIDS, NOVELTIES, YARD, $1.59 to $4.98
All the popular colorings, from the dork practical ones to the brightest, goyest plaids.
Pillows I
* ■ i
Reflect the Season’s Elegance §
X . * V‘ , ^ ■ H
$1.49
-A. Others $1 to $2.95 I
Heavy tapestries with inter-woven silken threads, |
lustrous brocades, handsome novelties. .. Trimmed |
with thick, short fringes, velvet borders, or corded |
edges. Plain shades; combination, figured treat- |
ments or with contrasting trims. Nice fluffy pil- p
lows; well filled with kapok; various shapes. |
Pillows . . . Fifth Floor j ^ I
♦ Modern Style
♦ Chippendale
High backs, deep seats ... big chairs,
almost as comfortable as lounge chairs
. . . but easy to move around. Walnut
finished frames (on other hardwood).
Striking covers, harmonious with their
modern or Chippendale styles.
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Furniture . . . Fourth Floor £. .
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Gleaming, Heavy Satins in o variety of
colors, yord
79c, $1, $1.29, $1.49 ond $1.95
Crepe Alpaca, o favorite for costumes of %
street or afternoon, yord -$], $1.29
Rich Brocades for formal wear; various new
treatments, yard.. $1.49, $1.69, $1.95
Mossbroe Crepe in plain shades or in a
choke of new plaids, yard .....-79c
Wool Coating in 54-inch widths. Black and
wanted colors, yard 1 95 to $4.98
Fabrics . . . Second Floor
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