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THE WASHINGTON TBIES; TUESDAY; JANUARY 20; 1914.
WEDDED IN OREGON Evelyn Thaw Planning To Become a Catholic her son, Russell, ivould bo baptized In that faith. The Rev. Alexander W. Chapotan had said: 'A notorious woman Is com ing to a theater in Kansas City, and I hope no church members will go to seo her, thereby giving their approval of her life." Mrs. Thaw said she expects to bo baptized upon her return to New York. Mrl SOUTHERNERS TOLD NEW HOURS: 8:30 to 5:30 19c KANSAS CITT. Mo.. Jan. 31 Stuns by criticism by a Catholic priest from his pulpit Evelyn Ncsblt Thaw de clares she has already taken steps to enter the Catholic Churcn, and that IS Werer50c S- r HELD AT RENO PHU i . '.tv Mm GIRL FINALLY WEDS SECESSION "kWT Jj."-. "! ". V MTK " " XT -A'---. -. P'LVr , WfsmmmmmfKmmmmmmKmmmmammm. : tfTfe-' i Senator Sheppard Speaks at Lee and Jackson Birthday Celebration. Senator Morris Sheppard of Texas was the principal speaker at the cele bration of the birthdays of Gen. Robert E. Lee and "Stonewall" Jack son, under the auspices of the Ma sonic Veterans Association and the T'nlted Daughters of the Confederacy at the Mt Vernon Place M. E. Church South last night. The American people today are bound together in an inseparable brotherhood, and if Lee and Jackson were to return, they could find no idea of secession in a single heart." aid Senator Sheppard. Major Fred Beall presided, and anions the special guests were Charles P Adams, of Massachusetts; the Rev. W. L. Thompson, and the Rev. E. K. Hardin. Crosses of Honor -wern awarded by Miss Ruth Bowie and Miss Emily A. Thompson to R. J. Dawson. David Smith Walton. Charles Washington Wheeler, Robert S. Beats. Mary Suo Stillwell. Byron Thomas, and Mrs. Fannie Hoffham. Missing Millionaire Is Sought in Sanitarium SANTA BARBARA. CaL. Jan. D0.--F. I.owla Clark, the Spokane millionaire who dropped out of sight here last Fri day, is believed to be in a sanitarium In Ixw Angeles. His wife, who arrived here sesterday, said her husband decided suddenly to take a rest cure. On the theory that Clark had been drowned in the Santa Barbara channel, cither a suicide or murdered, dynamito was used in the hope of bringing the tody to the surface. Waste in Street Cleaning. A recent investigation dfeclosed that a. proportion of men low asMcned to sweep and clean the streets of Chicago have no notion of the principles of dolus their work effectively, with mini mum waste of time and aiergy. It was ascertained that there ate at least thirty-eight distinct motions which a street cleaner makes Jn street cleaning work. Of these some were found to be unproductive, resulting In loss o ftime and energy and less effective street cleaning. Engineering Record. Y. W. C. A. OfficiafHurt. Miss Florence M. Brown, general sec retary of tho Toung "Women's Christian Association, is at the George "Washing ton nTJiversity Hospital, whero she was taken Saturday, following an accident which resulted In the fracture of her right wrist. Foot Specialists 1214 F Street Good Feet for Bad Feet Is our specialty. No matter what tho lUIRipnt Corns Bunion Ingrowing 2ValU r HI iftlt or other defects we are qualified to render proper treatment for tho alle viation of your misery. An inspection of our office and the result of our service will convince you of our superiority. Hours 8:30 to 5:30 Phone M 2677 "' Maid Atnlnnf. SPECIAL Choice White Pota toes, per peck, 24c; ap. per bushel VDC 4 cans Disney Brand Tomatoes... 25c 3 cans Sweet ftp. Wrinkled Peas ZjC Sifted Sweet Wrink- in. led Peas, per can IvC 3, large pkgs. Gold en Egg Brand Maca-)rr roni Z3L Peanut Butter, per lb.... lie 12 Large Boxes -iv. Quaker Matches 1UC Fancy Layer Figs, -freer lb I3C I Smoked Bloaters, QAr per dozen JUL Go Zo, per nr pkg 2C Large bottle R. V. -J-C. Catsup, per bottle.. lv 5 Sacks Fine Table Salt 3 Loaves Star of the East Bread Cal. Dried Lima Beans, per lb Choice White Beans, per lb 10c 10c ...8c ...5c 2ic 6ic 25c Hominv. I per lb ' Fancy Head Rice, per lb 3 pkgs. Choice Seeded Raisins Banjo Brand fj j Salmon, per can 2: v The J. T. D. PYLFS i wjKmWtgimmnmJmmmmtLm, J I I Stores b hNR?-? u iKmmmmmmm OSCAR C. GIBBS and BRIDE, Who was Miss Goldie Jane Cameron, who were married after nine years courtship. Bishop Says Christians Make 'Best Fighters Christiana mako the best fighters. day told the House Naval Affairs Com mittee in neaamg a aeieguuon ui churchmen of all denominations asking for an increase in the number1 of navy chaplains. "in tho lnnfF nTi i nhristian nations have beaten out the savages at fight ing," said iJlsnop Lawrence. "Jn i" moral navy is not a good fighting navy." . Tin on1 Tlfsnrm TT!nfl!ni of Wash- lrgton, asked that navy chaplains be given tho rank and promotion privi leges of navy surgeons. Watch Repairing A Specialty A Jeweler is not a watchmaker. We are Dractlcal watchmakers. Many watches which puzzle the average watch-maker are magne tized, wmen prevent loem ircrai keep'ng accurate time. We have an electric machine for demagne tizing. Our prices are most reason able. 'Slain Spring JLOO Cleaning JL0O AU work guaranteed for one year. ADOLPH KAHN 935 F St. N. W. j Perfect Teeth Dr. White nre )nonjraon terms In aohlnKion method of painless dentis try Is unique because It is My ABSOLUTELY PAIXLESS. My charges are unique because my great practice allows me to quote THE LOWEST PRICES. My terms of payment are unique because they allow jou to have the work done when needed and j ou can PAY 1VIIEX YOD CATS'. SPECIAL FREE A Gold Crown Kree on ISvery Set of Teeth Made This Month My Anchor Suction Teeth f Never Slip Never Drop y..00 n Single -t Gold Crowns, Bridgework, $3.00. $4.00, $5.00 FILLINGS COc Come to me with perfect confidence. DR. WHITE, Painless Dentist 4077thStN.W.S Opnnnlfe oolirorth'a HOCKS: 8:30 to Oi Sun- 10 (o 1: Wed and Sat In UI 8 p. n. I'lione 31. 10 H m m IvnnnnnKJ The WJIITIS Btw' "cntau - i mmmmmW-J Miss Cameron Halted on Way to Oregon Kept Oscar C. Gibbs in Suspense. Happily carried In Lakevicw, Ore., after a ten-day hold-up of tho bride in Reno. Nev., Oscar C. Gibbs, of Wash ington, and Mrs. Goldie Jano Gibbs, for mer Miss Cameron, of Princo George county, Md., are at last being showered with congratulations from their friends in the Capital. Details of their wedding and the Jteno delay havo just been received by fam ilies and friends here. More than a year ago. Mr. GIbba be came impatient of the slow building of a law practice in Washington, and he determined to follow tho advice of Horace Greeley. He hit the new country nround Lakevlew and there hung out his shingle. Ho met with immediate success and popularity followed. He en tered politics and was one of the Wilson organisers in the State. As a reward, his increasing law practice was crowded by an appointment from. Governor eWst as State's attorney for Lake- County. Oregon. His letters to MIsa Cameron brimmed with confidence and she was urged to terminate the nine-year courtship that had waited on success. A ring came by mail, and the day after Christmas, Miss West, accompanied by her brother. Will Cameron, slipped quietly awa,y from her home In Prince George coun tl. All went well until they reached Reno, where the travelers were to change cars with a one-night stop-over. The next morning, DScember 31. floods and storm had washed out the rail road; it was not until ten days later that the first train went through to Lakcview, Ore. The wires had gone out of service with the railroad tracks and so had the mails. For ten days, young Gibbs paced the platform at Lakevlew waiting for the train that did not come. On the morning of the elev enth day his vigil was rewarded, and the first passenger off at Lakevlew was his prospective bride. They were mar ried January 10. Milss Cameron is the daughter of Mrs. Agnes L. B. Cameron, of Prince George county. Mrs. Cameron is sending out announcements of the wedding today. Mr. GIbbjs is also a native of the coun ty, the families living on adjoining es tates. He Is the son of William II. Gibbs. of the Indian Bureau. He is a graduate of Strayer's Business College, and the National Law School. He was at one time secretary to the director of the Experimental Farm at College Park. He also was special agent of the General Land Office, in New Mexico, before opening a law practice in Washington. rHELP YOURSELF Vl!k Sfe.68 totheBestTailor- jBba&nismRafflmmmm&iSMffla s. & Stein's Entire Stock of Fancy Suitings and Overcoatings at Your Disposal for Practically HALF PRICE LOT 1. Choice of Any Fancy Suiting in the House Sold Up to $27.50, to Measure, H Jm jK ai LOT 2. Choice of Any Fancy Suiting and Overcoating in the House Sold up to $40. to Measure, M. STEIN & CO. Watch Carefully The Child's Diet Start Them Off Right With a Good Laxative and Then Watch Their Food. Mothers are often unconsciously very careless about the diet of their children, forcing all to eat the same foods. The fact is (hat all foods do not asree" allko with different por sons. Hence, avoid what seems to constipate the child or to Klvo It in digestion, and urgo it to take more of what is quickly digested. If the child shows a tendency to consultation it should immediately bo given a mild laxative to help the bowels. By this Is not meant a physic or purgative, for these should never be giren to children, nor anything like salts, pills etc What the child requires is simply a small dose of the gentlest of medicines such as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which. In the opinion of thousands of watchful mothers, is the Ideal remedy for any child showing a tendency to consti pation. So many things can happen to a constipated child that cars is necessary. Colds, piles, "headaches, sleeplessness, and many other annoy ances that children should not have can usually be traced to constipation. Many of America's foremost fami lies are never without Syrup Pepsin, because one can never tell when some member of the family may peed It. and all can us it. Thousands endorse it. among them Mrs. M. E. Patten,. Valley Junction. Iowa who is never without it in the house. Mrs. Patten says that Syrup Pepsin has done wonders for her boy Ralph, who was Slip Covers Made Free We will make SLIP COVERS for Five- - piece Parlor Suites Absolutely FREE of Jlf charge providing you buy the goods of X 2' US, at PEE YARD ,. . , i..j ....- .nttHnir .inii tane. with no charge at all for IL S. Doholsterv and 631 F StN. W., Opposite Casino Theater. Phone Main 7032 BARGAIN PRICES tiAufti. m. rAxxcit. constipated from birth but is now doing fine. Naturally she is enthus iastic about it, and wants other mothers to use It. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold by druggists at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, the latter size being: bought by those who already know its value, and It contains proportionately more. Everyone likes Syrup Pepsin as it is very pleasant to the taste. It is also mild and non-griping and freo from injurious Ingredients. Families wishing to try a free sam ple bottle can obtain' it postpaid by addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 413 Washington St. Monllcello. 111. A postal card with your name and ad dress on It will do. 5-pc. Parlor Suites Reupholstered and Recovered in ift 7ft Tapestry . . . P ' Our Knowledge, Experience, and Care Insure Satisfaction. Call, TVrite, or Phone and a Representative Will Bring Samples. Slip Cover Company ing Sendee and the Biggest Stock Woolens in Wash ington at unprecedented Choice of Fine Serges Worsteds and Cheviots Choice of Fine Bannockburn Cheviots, English Drummonds, Silver Lake Worsteds, Globe Worsteds, Huddleston Cassimeres QUALITY TAILORS SIX STORES AT Eighth and F Streets A. LISNER G AND Parisian Repinnin? the season the I prices were $1.00 to $5.00. Closing the season now with the price finally reduced J to 19c for choice Parisian Jewelry, odds and ends, but all this season's productions facsimiles of real gold and (precious stones, made up in Iia impriMn Pntrlisfi French, and oriental styles as seen at Tiffany's in New York, Bennett's in London, and the many little shops in Paris. See Madam Wykoff of De It is particularly necessary to be personally fitted in choosing a of this little garment is lost if the wrong model is selected. Go to Madam Wykoff. mWmm. TV V V I DeBevoiseJv 69C--Sample Waists Reduced'1.69 Some of these waists show signs of handling the question is whether to select from regular stock of immaculate garments at various prices from SI. 00 to $10.00, or from these samples at only 69c and 1 $1.69. Suggested that you first third floor for the grand exposition .and sale of the immaculate. "Weeding" Results in Treasures for TlTvWfcr- ' Mr The Greater Palais Royal G A.Lisner ELEVENTH STREETS w Tomorrow 19c for Choice The price is generally as sociated with trashy jew elry please note an ex ception to the rule. The famous expert and demonstrator (whose engagement terminates this week) offers her expert services in assisting your choice. Be sure to ask to see the new bodice brassiere, and the bandeau! The bodice brassiere comes in many different models, each" one charming in design and fabric. Loveliest shadow laces are used with de lightful result, and those illustrated are es pecially designed to wear with the low cor set they hold the top of the corset in correct place, and are unique in this respect. beautiFul models m soft Crepe de Chine ana Nets, as well as the sturdier Batiste. The bandeau but try it on, and be as sured of its excellent use. Remember, Madam Wykoff is here only this week, and. an IMMEDIATE VISIT is suggested. visit the bargain taqles in main 39C For $1 This 1914 "White Sale" lately started with, literally thousands of different styles of lingerie. Many of the most elaborate garments are to be "weeded" because duce. For one reason or another more than a half hundred styles .are to be discontinued. Look for Combinations, Princess Slips, Separate Skirts, and Gowns and note that Camsoles, Chemi-pantaloons, Knickerbockers, Teddy Bear Chemises, Double-panel Skirts, and other of the new year styles are included. The After Stock - Taking Clearing Salo brings you these Holland window shades and kindred 'r- bargalns. Go to Fourth Floor. American Guaranteed Gold Front and Rhinestone Bow Pins, Jet and Jeweled Earrings, Rhine stone Beauty and Braid Pins, Cameo Bar Pins and Brooches, Opera-length Chains of Coral Beads, Gold filled Crosses Rhinestone, Cut Steel and Gun Metal Slipper Buckles, Crosses, etc; Tie Clasps, Jeweled Lavalliers and Bracelets, Cuff Pins, Bar Pins with safety catches, Scarf Pins, jeweled and in sets comprising pin and tie clasp. Bevoise Fame brassiere, for the whole benefit Third Floor and ask to see Other aisle of first floor, and then to the You Tomorrow and $ 1 to $3 Lingerie too expensive to profitably repro- ---ii5ii'rf'riap LTi T jOiCfflFW CfrF 'f DeBevoise- j l