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THE WASHINGTON TBIES. FlilfoAY, DECEIVIBER 17, 1915,
$350 Waich for $2
Reveals Rare Find
NEW TOltlC. Dec. 17. Because Agnes
Becker attempted to pawn a $330 wnjtch
for $2 In SHvorstcln'ft shop, Dctectlvo
Clare recovered Jewelry valued at near
ly W.00O. Besides, tho - woman's hus
band, Robert, was arrested on a tech
nical charge of gand larceny.
Clare was In front of tho pawnshop
when the shnhbtly-dressed woman en
tered. Soon Sllversteln called In tho de
tective and told him of the value of tho
watch. Questioned. Mrs. Becker said
she did not know Its worth and had
asked for $2 because her husband and
HUB FURNITURE CO.
their girl ireno, six year, were Hun
gry. iVt.... .t.M,1 uitilipA aliA rfnl tho wntelt
OPEN fVENINGS
Write for Xmas Catalog
she said her husband had found it.
'If you Will, come nomo wiui j;j
will show you more," sho said.
In the family's dingy room she went
to a picture bn the wall and drew from
tho back of It n necklace of 100 small
pearls In platinum setting and two
brooohes of diamond; and sapphires.
Sho hid pawned for K a ring con
taining two white stones and a, neck
Ineo for $1, she said "V
Becker said that on December lie
i.E?i i.flSpiirfe In tho gutter In East
Buy the Gifts Now-Pay Next Year
Ms
" La Bo(ien1e" Presentation on
Tuesday Night Is Under Con
sideration.
PT T OMt f oiks and friends you know real well will appreciate Fur
Jfj niture gifts. At this Big Daylight Store you can buy the most
Forty-secowl street when he was a.
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Failure of the boston Grand Opera
Company and Mme. Pavlowa to arrive
In Washington before 2 o'clock this
morntnir. thus orcventlnir last nkht'a
performance of ""Tho Love of Three
KlnKS," mayl prove a ble&slng In tlls
Kulse. Instead of witnessing only four
performances as originally scheduled,
Washington' grand opera lovers have
now the prospect of enjoying five.
It was stated at the Belasco Theater
today that the program for tonight and
tomorrow will he carried out. that "The
Lovo of Three JClngs" will be given on
Monday night, and that the Idea of con
tinuing the grand oper4 performances
until Tuesday night was being strongly
entertained. It Is not Improbable that
if the demand is sufficiently strong and
the scenery can be brought here In time
the company will give "La Boheme" as
one of the contemplated added attrac
tions. Extension Favored.
Manager Taylor, of the Belasco, said
the first regular attraction booked for
next week after the Monday night per
formance of "The Love of Three Kings'
would be "The Cinderella Man." which
does not begin until Thursday night.
This would leave the fhcater at the dis
posal of the grand opera performers.
Although no decision had been reached
this afternoon, the indications are that
every effort will be made by the pro
moters for an extension of the perfor
mances. Both Manager Taylor and
Mrs. Wilson-Greene, the local repre
sentative of the grand opera company,
as -well as a number of subscribers to
the guarantee fund, are said to be
strongly in favor f the extension.
News that tho grand opera company
and Mme. Pavlowa were snowbound
between Washington and Boston was
not received in Washington until 6
o'clock yesterday afternoon, too late for
announcement In the afternoon papers.
Notified Subscribers.
Manager Taylor and Mrs. Greene tel
ephoned to practically all subscribers
to the guarantee fund and the latter
communicated with mos.t of the persons
who had bought tickets. Four or live
hundred whojiad not been reached "ap
peared at the Belasco .shortly after 8
o'clock to learn of the postponement
until Monday night. Those few who
found it impossible to arrange for at
tending on Monday were allowed to
redeem their tlckcU.
8even carloads of scenery arrived
early yesterday and the sconery for
last night's performance was set or
i ready for quick shifting long before if
o'clock. When news of the postpone
ment was received, the stage hands un
packed the scenery for "Madame But
terfly." which will be given tonight,
tilth Mme. Tamakl Miurl, the Japanese
prima donna. In the title role. This will
be followed by Mme. Povlowa and her
assistants In an Egyptian ballet.
NEWSPAPER MEN HAVE
CLUB OF BANJOISTS
Will W One of the Features "of
Minstrel Show at Poli's
Monday Evening.
As a forerunner of what promise to
be the season's most succesful minstrel
shew there came Into existence last
night a brand-new musical organisation,
the National Press Banjo Club. Its
debut will be made the night of the
show, londay at Toll's Theater.
Of late years little has been heard of
the banjo, therefore lovers of the old
plantation Inatrunment will look toward
the rejuvenation with Interest. Robert
I. Helnl. or The Nation's Business,
waa elected president; Avnry Marks, of
The Washington Tlmc, secretary, and
Walter T. Holt, leader. The members
are Raymond B.Morgan. Lincoln State
Journal: Robert D. Helnl The Nation's
Business; Jefferson Jones, Mlnnrano'la
Journal; Averv Marks, Washington
Times; L. C M. Reed. The Nation's
Business: Frank L. Flshar, National
Geographic Magazine! David Lawrence,
New York Evening Post; Thornton I
Smith, Associated Press; Morton M.
Mllford. Louisville Courier Journal,
Howard L. Acton, and Dr. John Foote.
Instead of singing at the Press Club
tonight the three stars of the Boston
Grand Opera Company Baklanoff, bary
tone: Mardonos. basso, nrd Zcnatello,
JTt?r-?,Ll slnJ .".niay evening. Ladeis
will not bo admitted to the club rooms
following tho mlrntrel performance, as
previously announced, but Instead there
U to be a special ladles' night Thursday
December SO.
'The House of Skilled Service'
Cor. 7th & K St.
1914-1910 Penna.
Avenue.
233 I. Ave. S. E.
Xmas Savings Fund Checks Cashed
Some "Saturday Specials"
In "HAHN" FOOTWEAR
The Best of All Gifts!
I This "Toy Parade' Presented Tomorrow
Boys Worsted Trying
To Whip School Head
RTTSSBLLVILLE. Ark., Dec. 17. A
number of striking students "of the Sec
ond Dlalrjct State Agricultural College
are nursing blackened eyes, fallowing
their attempt to chastise President
Charles E. Scott with a razor strap.
The students are on tho second strike
within three months as a protest
against Scotfa strict discipline. A num
ber of them waylaid Scott at night, but
were badly worsted In the melee, as
Scott la of powerful physique.
Scott cheefully admitted he had been
attacked and said that, although great
ly outnumbered, he administered vastly
more punishment than he received.
THE WEATHER REPORT.
The forecast for the District of Co
lumbia Rain nnd warmer tonight; Sat
urday partly cloudy probably pre-eOtd
by rain In early mornlni; lowest tem
perature tonight above freezing; fresh
south winds.
Maryland Main and warmer tonight.
Saturday partly cloudv, preceded by
rain" in early morning; fiesh and strong
south winds.
Virginia Cloudy with probably rnln
tonight and Saturday, warmer tonight;
colder In extreme west portion Patur
laj ; fresh and strong soutli winds.
TEMPERATURES.
V. 3. BUREAU. AFFLECK'S.
t a. m 3.1 I f- a. m 24
a. m 33 I 'J a. m si
10 a. m !S ID (i. m Si
TIDE TABLE.
High tide 5.Kia. in. and 522 p. m.
Low tide 11 If. a. m.
Sun rose..
Sl'N TAHLE.
....7:10 Sun sets 4-43
Light automobile limps at 6;1S p-. ni.
jDaly Oae'Bromo Qutaln"
Wfcrtf yon feel cold coming oo,
think of the full came LAXATtVE
BROMO QUININE. Cures Cold la oae
day. Cures Grip ia4wo days. Look far
AlgustsreofB.W.Groveoatbcboz. 25c
Our Most Attractive Xmas Gift for Children
Boys' High "Storm" rkj
and other good shoes. .2) ?)
Heavy Tan Grain Leather, high
cut, double sole buckle storm shoes.
Also 4 other etyles of gun metal calf
bluchcr, and button,
Good $2.00 values all sices.
Misses' $2 Value
Winter Boots....
$1.69
Six desirable styles Of Oun Metal Calf
and Patent Colt button Boots, with Hid
or cloth tops. '
Sizes llVg to 2 $1.69
Sizes 8 12 to 11 $1.49
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tosxzxaim.
95c
Another Big Sale of
Comfortable Gift Slippers .
M.'. Brown Kid Opera SUnncm black
IVien 8 or brown kid llverett Sllppera
gray flt "ftest Hlte" sllpperr. with cushion
pole bent Duth Sllppera nnd Travel Slipper.
XnmAn'a Soft, wnrm felt Juliet nnd
WOmen B ...sieMn" Sllr-pernln bla:k,
red, gray, or lavender: tilmmed with blucl;
fur or silk ribbon. Aim soft kid Boudoir
Slippers with, low heel. f colors.
Otlirr filfl '. Slippers for men. women, and
children 0
A Very Practical Xmas Gift
4 For Any Lady You Know!
1 hese $4 & $5 Women s
. I I III! !
Latest Novelty Boots
At $2.45
A fortunate purchase of latest Fashion
Fads, from an' overstocked maker
Black Gypsy Button Boots.
Black Washed Kid Laced Boots.
Patent Colt, Kid and Calf Boots some
cloth topped some white trimmed.
AH sizes again Saturday at $2.45.
Best Fleece Lined Rubber Boots
Extra good wearing kinds made of dull or bright
finished rubber. Saturdays
Child's sizes. 6 to ie2. . .'$1.39
Misses' sizes 11 to 2 $1.69
Women's sizes 3 to 8 $2.00
Youths' ..$1.95
Boys' ...$2.45
Men's, $2.50 up
With a Pair of Boot Socks!
, Best-Storm Rubbers: Child's, 49c; Misses', 55c; Youths',
Cue"; Women's, 65c; Boys', 75c; Men's, 85c.
J r3K
WOMEN'S
checks, etc . . .
"HAHN"Hosiery
The "Forget-Me-Not"
$ of All Xmas Gifts!
l 25. $1.50. $1.75. and $2.00 Silk Noveltleb.
l?.."'!.. ?!?"" 95c and $1.35
AVfllWIPW'Q "Lady Luxury" Fine Silk Stockings, in over 40
WWMEJ, O colors. "BETTER THAN THE BEST AT CC
7Gc." 6 for $3 60: 3 for $1.55; pair OOC
WnMFN' "Lady Lisle" Stockings the best values in QC
W Vm&n J- -Vashington nt 3 for $1.00. Pair ODL
MFN'S "uPerlor values In SJlk, Linle, rtC- (TA anA fl-
IVlCll O Cotton nnd Cashmere Half HopeDC OUC Bna 3) I
4 Pairs of Good Stockings
in a Box,
49c
Men's, Women's, Boys' or
Girls' wear as well as many
26c kinds'
Guaranteed Socks,
6 Pairs, 6 Months,
$1
One of the most acceptable
gifts you can give any man.
PRINTED GUARANTEE.
In
GARDEN Today Tomorrow
SAMUEL De GRASSE
Martyrs it Alamo
Feature No. 2 -Hale Hamilton In Her Painted Hero
STRAN D Ttfday Tomorrow
RUBY HOFFMAN
" DANGER SIGNAL
Feature No, 2 BAN&HUUST VICTOHY
prices and arrange to pay next year.
Visit Toyland
First.Floor
Open Evenings Hear the Pathephone
Starting Tomorrow Second Floor
This Bird Really Sings
In a gilded or white and
gold enamel cage. Special
v
Imported Hand Painted Japanese 4 A A
Silk Table Sets, $3.00 Value for '""
Direct from the Orient .come these Japanese hand-painted Table
Sets, consisting of 26-in. Center Piece and 12 6j4-in. Doilies; done
in designs nnd colors such as only the Japs can- originate. Big as
sortment to select from.
Mdying Picture Machine
Complete With Two Reefc of
films and Lamp
Extra films, 5c Each
You Pay Only
50c a week
"A Gift for Her!"
.1 &
when V'OU jdiifQnr XMAS CLUB and
enjoy the daily satisfaction of having rolid
your kitchen equipped with OAK
the-;reater hub's
WHITf ENAMELED
OIiABS
JAns
KITCHEN CABINET
At the Special
' "Club" Price of
23.75
WHITBT
EKAJIISJbr
SLIDING
METAL.
TOPS
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KNDAOnfQ
IIOARO
-Winn
IIACKS
METAIi
This is thdi Cabfnet that forced the na- cakk
tionally advertised kitchen PItAWEng
MAKE)
cabinets to quote a price. It
i thf nnnl nF nnv C u VOIIR
j -. COOKING
met made. Get the wife one a. rjiEAsunE
for Xmas and pay
50c a Week
Exactly As Illustrated
This $12.50 Oak Frame Black
Leatherette Couch
vpj.y
A full-length Couch; upholstered in
the best black leatherette; best steel
spring construction.
sp2?2SjjbS
This Set of Six (6) Solid Oak, Box
Frame. Black Imitation Leather Seat
Dining
Chairs
a good
Gift at
8.75
Oak Shaving Stand d:i Qt
With French Plate Mirror PJIJJ
iHUi Gift for
M2 the Man.
Plate
Mirror and
in ii
PCompnrt
, ment for
Toilet
Articles
Plate Mirror
A Useful
This Massive Fumed Oak
Upholstered in Span
ish Leatherette, for..
Dlst. Uphslstered in Spin
iwni
$6.95
THE STORE "ff&J-S&S YOlTMONEy
Luxurous (SKKI
Spring 1 ly..-l3g
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