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THfr WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1915.
mMotemamossw of the Day wloobxvarfc & SLotbrop New York WASHINGTON Pari In of Washington iheMM'Set mi n.K i iv-S Itcmsfntereslnd impor t&ilt ofPaSyiMnt, and IfUfure Anions Official and Fashionable Folk. Hospitalities of today Arranged for th6,"dtlej;ato3 to ithe Second Fan American Scientific Congress: Luncheon Rendered by ttjo Secre tary, of Sfate to the official delegates of the Congress at 1323 Eighteenth tr.t. IttbtS for, orivate dinners are: (a) Senator and Jlrs. James "V. Wadsworth. 800 Sixteenth street. (b) Assistant Secretary of Statp ntr-Mrs. -William Phillips. 1633 L treat. (cV1 Gdvcrnor of tho Federal Re serve Board and Mrs. Charles Ham lin. 151) Massachucetls avenue. (dj -Madame Hautre, 23J9 Massa chusetts avenue. ' (eVMra. Samuel Spencer. 2012 Mas acnY'sott8 avenue. t . (0 Mrs. Jphn B." Henderson. Six teenth 'street and Florida avenue. (B) Commissioner of Patents and Mrs. Thomas Ewing. 1607 H street. neceptlon tendered by Mrs. Robert W. Patterson. IS Dupont circle, at 8:80 p. hi. v The members'' of Section IX will bo guests ,of the American Economic Association and American Historical Association at" a 'Joint meeting at 8 p. hi. , TJne Secretary, of State was host to day for half of"thp official delegates to the pan-American Scientific Congress, entertaining at his residence in Eight eenth jstrot. Tomorrow he will entor taln again in compliment to the remain ing ade'ftlVii., Secretary Lansing's guests today were .ludge George1 'Gray, chairman of tho United States 'delegation; John Barrett, rtlrecttor-'eoneral of the Pan-American tnlon; .Senator William J. Stone, Qv. John W. Foster, Dr. Ernesto Quesaaa, Dr. Juan B. Ambrosettl. Emlllo E. Da gassan, Dr. Cristobal Hlcken, Rear Ad miral JyAnW i, Martin, Engineer Austin Mertati.fc'Dtf. Rlcardo Sarmlento J.as plur, Thomas S. Vflrela of Argentina, Domlclo da-Gama,' ambassador from OspinaDr. Eduardo Rodriguez Nlncretf xjt. taiixto Torres umatia. Dr. Pimnor J. Eder. of' Colombia; Dr. Carlos Manuel rie Ceapedes, minister of Cuba in the United States, and Mme. do Cespedes. Dr. Arlstldes Agramonto, accompanied by his wife; , Rafael .Maria Amgule, Dr. Juan San tos Fernandez,- Dr. Juan de Dlos Garcia Kohly, minister of Cuba in The Hague; Dr. JXian Gulteraa, Mariano Gutierrez lanfcaV TUT Mario nebredo. Dr. Lulu Montahi ''Dr." CFcrriando Sanchez de J-'utntej'.". Ertila A'. Beralt, wife and tno "daughters; Slmbn' Sarasola. Dr. MoIsejfiK. VIelte's; lngehlcro Joso Ranon A'lllalon. Jdse Carlos Mlllas y Hernan dez, and, Joso Comallonga, all of Cubs. Don Gonrale S. Cordova, Miguel AI oivar. Cesar D. Andrnde, Victor M Penna irerrcra of llcuador; Kberle Ftrmq, Charles.. Mathon, of Haiti, Pedro1 F.' CUadro, Jrv. Dr. Damaso niva3.vsDr.,J?x!Sldcclo .norcan. of Nic aragua;,. Dr.. iKuieblo Ayaia, Dr, Bnmo r,ugTlaH;r,paxaguay? Dr. Rafael Znl dtvax,,.mlnjsier of El Salvador in the rnlted States, and Dr. Rafael Gulrola, of Salvador. Mrs. Robert W. Patterson will cnter- tnln some three hundred guests at a reception this evening at her residence in Dupont 4role. whor. th.c guests of ""' ".s" honor-will bo the official delegate's to the last n,cht. Pan-Amerlctfn CongrosSi The house will ., elected: President, David KarrUd; (IWt vice president, Miss Rutli Patterson! secretary and treasurer,, .Miss C'oiutaco Howard; 'nbkfoUtht' Secretary and ircas urcr, Miss Hilda Jntison, . Tho meeting was followed by a tdal4ftncqWhlca, Was largely attended. - Mrs. Calderon Carlisle will be hostess in her handsome lionic In I street this afternoon at a tea in. compliment to Mrs. Frank U Pplk, wlfo or Iho Coun selor of tho State Department. Mrs. Cnr llslo will be AsshUCd liv her daughter. Mrs. Walter Hruce HoWo. Mrs. Mando vlllc Carlisle, and Mrs. Corcoran Thorn. Chief Justice and Mrs. Scth Shepard will give a danco at Raischcr's Monday evening in compliment to Mies .Inno Gregory, iltiughter of tho Attoinoy Gen eral and Mrs. Thomas Watt Gregory, and her guests, Mls3 Marv Taylor and MIrs Mary Biyan. of Texas. On Tuesday cvcnlpg tho Solicitor of the State DopnUmcnt and Mrs. Cone Johnson will give a dinner at tho Uni versity Club in honor of Miss Gregory and her guests. There will be a prom am Of feature dances before tho general dancing at tho Plavhouso this afternoon, when tho board of managers of the Working Boys' Homo will give a benefit tea dance. Mrs. Walter Wilcox will servo ices, as sisted by Mrs. Robert Hollfatcr Chap man1. Mrs. Victor Cushinan. Miss Clover, and the Misses Mackhy-Smlth. Mrs. Robert I. Owen and Miss Doro thea Owen have cards out for a brch It fast at Rauscher's at noon on New Year Day. ! To accommodate the manv Washington guests who will go to I.ccsburg tomorrow evening ror the marriage of Miss Ida I.ce Hctnpstonc, daughter of Mr. ard Mrs. William Dade Hcmpstone, to Clifford C. Clebornc, the Old Dominion lino has arranged to inn a special car, which will leave here at 6 o'clock and, returning, leave liccsburg at 10:0y o'clock. The coremonv will take place at 8 o'clock at St. JamcB' Eplscop.il Church and will bo followed by a re ceptlon at the home of the bride. Mlis Hcmpstone spent last winter In Wash ington as the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Burr Harrison. . -The bachclpr offlcei.i stationed at tile Washington Barracks will bo hosts at a dinner of sixty covois tonight at tho Officers' Club. Informal dancing will follow. Rear Admiral and Mis. Frank P. Fletcher will give q dinner of twplvc covers tonight at their home 'In Massa chusetts avenue. ti - Miss Jeanettc Cowan entertained at a luncheon today in compliment to MI.S3 Josephine Shields. The other guests were Miss Helen McCumbcr. Miss Mat garct McChord, Miss Caroline Xnoh, Miss Dorothy Taylor, Mlsi ToiiIa-; Clark. SIlss Mary Wheeler Vest. Miss Dorothy Denys, Miss Eleanor BaxtT, Miss Dorothy Wyeth. Miss Pauline Stone. Miss Dorothy Mason and Mlsi Dorothy Shuey. .j. Mrs. Rufus King, wife of I.leutennnt King, will entertain at n tea this after noon in compliment to their houo guest, lieutenant King's mother, Mr. Charles King, wife of General King, of Milwaukee, the celebrated author of popular stories of army life. Mrs. Ade laide Worth Baglcy and Mrs. WllllaTl Halsey will preside at the tea tabic. Lieutenant and Mrs. King will give a dinner at. the-wArmy and -.Navy Ciib on tho evening of January fc. Jjv cQropll- mCnt to Mrs. Klngl ' Miss Margaret Normoyle, daughter of Major and Mrs. James E. Normoyle, of Fort Ontario, Is the guest of Col. and Mrs. Charles Treat. Rear Admiral and Mr. TtrHnnlil Nicholson entertained at a theater party be elaborately decorated. a stringed orchestra will play during the evening, and Mrs. Pattpreon has invited a repre sentative gathering of-dtplomatlc official and resident society to inpet tho guests of honor. The hostess will bo assisted In receiving by her daughter. Countess Venator and Mrs. Jamei W Wads worlh ahd Mrs. Samuel Spencer, who aie'amon those giving dinners this rxenlng'for sbme of the foreign dele gates, will- also entertain guests at din ner toinorrpw evening. M 'and Mrs. Frederick CoviUe wl'l onfrtaln at tea this afternoon at their icIden6e. 1S38 California street. In com-T1iment-to their debutant daug-itei. Miss Katherlne Covllle Mr. Coyllle is a pelentrst''and president of thf C osnios luU and ltis with the scientlflo'con I'tigcnt in WiOJIilnstbtt that his daugh ter liaiTWIn aff illated. Mr?. Coville and "r daughter wjll receive together, the .ihijtihte wearlriir d mortlh gown of white satin, heavily embroidered it. Pil vrr and crvstal. The skirt Is flounced It! Georgette rrepo embr"ldored In 'ver, amLGeorsottn rrepo Is ned abo.ut o 'ird!re. Sh will carrv .n armful of i.n'; roses'. Mrs. Covillo will wear a ifxlunip of black liet eiu'.in.Meicd in -dive' and built oer a fotmlallon of iinpocly blue. The lipUfc U nlabaralc'y dccori.cd Ith, pilmH and Southern mnllax. The d-awing room is .a ve-ltahl" bowr', tho Mitlre celling bciiig covnred with fes 1 ions of smilax. and, against the srecn hickround are placed the scores of iioi.nuet.1 sent the dehutontc. Tho stnlr w iv is screened with feme and palms, uiarttitlfls of fiatheiv ferns bank the iipntelth and W docorntlons "n thu tea t"Mo are partleularlv original. Instead or the usaal flovets the!" will Joe a i lo'ind of oroton plants, forming a col orful cntprplece. and arranged about a particularly lnv now jpcclivn of the llnt. whlth the horticulturist who pro-iic-d it has named for MI19 Oovillc. Mrs. David Kranklm Houston. Mrs. Gilbert Oiosvenor. and Miss Mabel Urandln will prnide at tho tea table; Mm, C Hart Mcrriam. Mrs. Whitman Cmas. Mrs- Marcus Bake-, and Miss FllBabeth McMayter will assist. ?nd the girls In tho receiving partv will bo MIps ,oln Roedde. Miss Ellen Hayes. Miss "rnalda Merriam. Mlvs Dorothv Hcn ntt.. Miss Kntlierluo Drain, and "Miss M-trtli Rose. An Informal supter pailv and dance for the young people of the receiving party will follow the reccrtlon. Mrs, William . Draper and her aaughterMIss Margaret Drapcu will entertain about 00 guests at a danco tonight at their resldenco In K street. American Jleatity rdses, Southern snil lax and Australian fcrnB will form tho decorations In tho ball room and throu"gh.o'ut the first floor. Tho arches will be hung with tho smllqx and rib bona .'of Hit? rich shado of the roses. Slipper will be served at midnight at unall tables, each adorned with an at tractive centorpleco df Richmond roses and Kewple dolls artistically arranged. Thn"Frlhd Alumni Association met on Monday 'afternoon at 4 o'clock with the preldent. chair. Lawrence Baker. In the The following new 'officers were Westinghouse Electric Range folly', ftnarnntetrf, moderate In prl'f On dcmonntratlon at onr'Ktorc. Carroll Electric Co. 514 12TH AT. N. W. MUln 7SiO. . Mrs. Charles HowrV will he -hnt at a luncheon and bildgc party tomor row afternoon. Miss Daisy Prentice Is entertaining at a bridge party of ai tables this af ternoon. Her sister, Mrs. Theodore W. Noyes, will preside at the tea table. Mrs. John W. Kolar, of 4123 Ninth street northwest, announces tho engage ment of her daughter. Miss Hilda Maile Kolar, to John Francis McCormack. .. Mrs. Sherman McCallum will enter tain about 100 young guests at a danco this evening In compliment to her school gill daughter. Miss Cecilia McCallum. Mr. and Mrs. Paul ojinmuii will cn rtnln. t?,1 dlnner 'or their daughter. Miss rscllle Johnson, taking their guests later to Mrs. McCallum's dance. Mrs. Howard Reeslde will be at home on January 10 from 4 to 7 o'clock at her residence, 1830 Nineteenth fltrect. In hon or of thcj Congrosslonal Club. Mrs. C. W. Kennedy, wife of Colonel Kennedy, l S. A., will be hostess at tea this afternoon at her apartment In 3c Ontario. Mrs. Edward Godwin and Mrs. William Cllno Borden will picsjde at the tea table; Mts. George Read will serve punch,, and others assisting will be Mi.s Ruth T.estcr. Miss Margaret Read, Miss Frances Murray. Miss Mar garet Treat, her guest. Miss Margaret -Noimoyle. and Miss Adelftido Poor, " 1 he Secretary of State and Mrs. Lan sing will be the guests in whose honor Congressman and Mrs. Thomas Dunn will entertain at dinner on January 7. Congressman and Mrs. Dunn hao leased the K street home of former Sec retary of State and Mrs. Philander C. Knox for the season. ' Miss Jeanettc Cowan will " be the guest of honor at avdlnncr which Ma lor and Mrs. William D. Connor will g'ivo at tho Army and Navy Club on the evening of January 20. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Armat enter tained at dinner last evening at Gray atone, their place on Kllnglc road. Tho guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Drury. Miss Pocahontas Butler, Mlsn Gladys Klbboy, Humphrey Redfleld, and Iranklln I.ane, Jt. Mrs. Perry Heath h7s cards out for a luncheon on the afternoon of January .j. Mrs. James W. Pope will entertain at a lunehoon on January 6. Capt. ad Mrs. Theodoro A. Baldwin have as their -guest their niece, Miss Mary Woodward, of Flushing. Long Island. Her mother. Mrf John E. Woodward, will como to Washington tomorrow to bo their guest for several days. Gen. and' Mrs. W. W. Wotherapoon will come to Washington to visit Cap tain and Mrs. Baldwin early In Janu ary, and Mrs. Albert Bond Lembert, of St. Louis who will reach Washington January 15, will also be their guests for several weeks. Captain and Mrs. Baldwin will give a Lighted Xmas Trees Pyrene Fire Eitinpisters, $7 up mean hazard homes. RENE extra fire In holdlay Keep a PV FIRE EX TINGUISHER lmndy and be on the safe fide. Price $7 un, National Electrical Supply Co. I.T.N-l:0 X. . t Phone M OSOO dinner of eighteen covers Thursday night at their home In K street, when the guestlf honor will bo.M. Casnove, of France. They will take their guests later 4o the theater. , .; The lttisslan Ambassador and'Mmc. BakhmetcIT gavo a dinner last night In honor of M. CaxnoVcj of France. Air. and Mrs. Perry Vclmont were hosts at dinner lant evening. , $ Mrs. Henry F. DlmocU, who has been stopping at tho St. Regis Hotel, in New oik city, since liur return from South Anmrlca, nrrlvcd In Washington last nicht to nnpiirt tVin winter. Lord h,nd lAdy Abordecn, who spent Christmas nt tho Hot Snrincs. Va.. leached Washlngtpn last night. Lord juuniri'ii iiuui'- on uuurcss oi ijreei. IllLT todav at the onenlnc nf thn Clvln CongrcsH. : RHlion and Mrs. Phllln Rhlnclander. of Philadelphia, ate at tho Shorcham Hotel. Capt. and Mrs. Mark Bristol will ac company Mr. and Mrs. Alexander .urown. 01 JJaitimorc. to Florida nt the end of January, where they will remain .1 fortnight. Miss Helen Hoffer has come to Washington from Albany, N. V.. Where she attends tho Emma Wlllnnl School, to pass the holiday with her parents, uoi. ana Mrs. Jay K. Jloffer. Themlnlster of Ecuador. Penor Don Gonzales Cordova, who has his legation established nt New Yoik. Is here for the Pan-American Scientific Congress, and has quarters at tho Wlllard. Senor, Don Joaatiln F. Cordova and a voungcr son accompany the minister. Dr. Joaquin Casasus. former ambassador of Mexico, nnd Scnoia Casasus are other Interest ing members of the Latin-American colonv now at the same hotel. Mrs. William P. Borland will be at home today nt 1113 Sixteenth street from 3 to 6. Mrs. Franklin K. Lane will pre side at the tea tolilc and the others who will assist nre Mrs. Doracy Shackelford. Mrs. Philip Campbell. Mrs. Walter Hcnsle.v. Mrs. Thoman L. Rubor. Mrs. Joseph W. Folk. Mrs. Francis W. House, Mrs n-uiicU . Ulalsdcl. Miss Helen McCumbcr, Miss Agnes Shackelford, and Miss Dorothy Campbell. . Mr. and Sirs. Rolfc Boiling, who came to Washington fiom Panama for the wedding of President and, Mrs. Wilson and 1110 the honso guests of Mr. and Mrs. A, G. Clanlmm. will leave tomor low for Abingdon. Va. and later will visit the governor of Virginia and Mrs. Stuart, retur-- to Washington Jan uary 10. when they will bo the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Gait. - - Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Hopkins were hosts last evening at their place. Edge wood, at one of the most delightful dances of the season, entertaining in honor of Miss Anno Hopkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ncvll Monroe Hopkins, who Is still a schoolgirl. The guests. Including young fijl.13 not yet presented to society. - The women's auxiliary conference of the second Pan-American Scientific Con gress will hold its sessions this week and part of next dally from 10 In the morning till 1 o'clock In Continental Memorial Hall. No Invitations nre be ing Issued, but all who are Interested in the subjects under. ,dla,cu,8alpp ,wlll, no made weTcoifte.' - A daughter was born Sunday after noon to air. and Mrs. Rufus Day, son and daughter-in-law of Mr. Justice Day, of the Supreme Court,- who make their home with him. The Secretary of tho Navy and Mrs. Joscphus Daniols will entertain at a mall dinner op January 3 in compli ment tnlMlsa Mary leacs Daniels, daughter nf Judge Daniels, of Golds- borough, N. C, and niece 01 me occrc lurv, and Miss Evelyn Jackson, or Richmond, a young cousin of Mrs. Dan- Iris, who will arrive the latter Part 01 the week to be their guests. After the illnnrr fho Secretary and Mrs. Daniels will take their guests to tho navy yard. where they will have a box lor xnc navy relief ball. A smalt but distinctively Washington gathering of yos'erday was that which oarno together for the annual tea party at the Louise Home In celebration of the birthday anniversary of the Utc W. W. Corcoran, founder of the home. Tho trustees of the 'lomc, the ladies now re siding there and their guests' com prised the company Mrs. Calderon Carlisle and Mrs. Thomas F. Bayard received, nnd Miss Jane Rlggs, Mrs. Ben Hellcn and Mrs. Matthews presided at the tea table. The house was decorated In Christmas greens. Among tho guests were tho four trustees, Goneral Wood hull, Thomas Hyde, James Marlon John ston, and William Corcoran Hill, the Bishop of Washington, the Rev. Dr. Roland Cotton Smith, Mrs. Jamea Marion Johnston. Mrs. William Cor roran Hill and Mr. nnd Mrs. William Corcoran Eustls. ! Mrs. Horatio N. Taplin has as her guest for' several weeks MNa Marjorlo Lincoln, of West Newton, Mass. , .. Kennedy Walter, of Llndru, Va., Is visiting Beverly ('. Coleman at hts resi dence, 1440 Rhode Island avenue. and Mrs. Charles L. Wolff an nounce the marrlige of their daughter, lima, to Morton F. Leopold. The rpre monv took place yesterday at Stapleton, N. Y., the Rev. Frederlrlc Sutton offici ating. Mr. and Mrs. Leopold will be at home at the Sorrento. In Washington, after January 1. Mr. Leopold Is asso ciated with the Bureau of Mines. Lieut, and Mrs. Donald Wheeler Hamilton, U. S. N.. tho latter formerly Miss Harriet Conger, are visiting Mrs. Edward Yoily at Ardmoie. near Phila delphia. On January 0. Lieutenant iram'l ton. who Is attached to the V. S. S. O'Brien, will go to sea and Mrs. Hamil ton will como to Washington to be tbe guest of her mothci, Mrs. Charlotte 7 Drink m Coffee" M Biff" Atji-fU-zz 30c Lb. Package Tlie coffc of delicious aroma nml tiniurpaas able bouquet Jihrj H. Mifruder Fine Groceries and Wines, Cobb. Ave.Jfc K street The Raleigh New Years Eve 1 Hade, Dflnclnic and Special Features. Tables Now Being Reserved Many Entertainments Are . Planned by the Leaders of Society in Washingtbn. Gossip of Hostesses. Conger, at her apartment In the Cordova. . The danco which Mr. and Mrs. Whar ton E. Lester gave nt Rauechcr's lust evening for their dobutanto daughtor, Miss Ruth Lester, was one of the plcasantcst partlca of tho ChrlBtmns season. Tho dancing continue well into tho Woo small hours of the morn ing, many of tho guests arriving late after attending dinner parties or com ing on from other dances. Mrs. Lester nnd her charming daughter received before a latticed screen garlanded with pink roses and In tho largo ball room, whero the dancers congregated, tho decorations were suggcstlvo of Christ mas. Among tho guests were Mrs. Dclos Blodgctt and MIsh Helen Blodgett, Mrs. Victor Knuffmann and her son, Sam Kauffmann, Miss Georgia Schofle'.d, Miss Jeanettc Cownn, Miss Josephine Shields, Miss Dorothy Mason, MI43 Beatrlco Clover, Jdlss Mary Wheeler Vest, Miss Evelina Glcaves, Mlsa Mary Truxtun Garland. Miss Lillian Hend rlck. Miss Margaret Douglas, Miss Ka therlne Efflnger, Miss Frances Effjn ger, Miss Margaret Howard, Miss Loutbe Clark, Miss Jane Giegory, the Mlsse.s Burleson. Miss Mary Taylor, Miss Mary Bryan, Miss Mildred Anderson, Herbert Hcngstlor, Henry Dickson. Kent Roberts. Lieut. Clement Heath, H. L Rust. Jr., Paul Harding, John arr. Joaenhus Daniels, Jr., Douglas Htllycr, Randolph Mc- Pago, and Lieut. Scott Cauchev. Among those who have taken boxes for the Annual Charity Ball for the benefit df tho Children's Hospital, to be held at the New Wlllard on Mon day evening, January 10, are Rear Admiral and Mrs. W. II. Brownson, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Hlbbs, Mr. and -Mrs. Larsc Anderson, Madame Haugc, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stotos bury, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jvauff mann, Mr and Mrs. Charles C. Glover, Mrs. Delos A. Blodgett. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Loiter, Mr. and Mrs. 8. H. Vandergrlft, Mrs. Charles N. Welsh, Senator James D, Phelan, Col. Robert M. Thompson, Mrs. Lloyd Bowers, Mrs. John T. Rodger, and Mrs. Thomas .Sweeney. The reception committee will be composed of Mrs. Horace H- Wc.st cott, chairman: Mrs. Charles C. Glov er, Mrs. James W. WadHWorth, jr.. Mrs. John C. Simpson, Mrs. Clarence It. Wilson, Mrs. Joseph Letter, and Mrs. John F. Wllklnr. - J. Wilson Howe, nephew of the President, and Mrs. Howe, are here from Richmond, Va., to sec Mrs. Howe and Mrs. Cothran, who aro guests at the White House, and are stopping at the Wlllard. - A. Santos-Dumont who will give demonstrations in fl Ing during the Pan-American scientific congress, has arrived from Brazil and Is also stop ping at the Wlllard. PLAN MEMORIAL TO Prevention of Tuberculosis Com mittee and Medical Association Will Meet January 26. Trlbutei will he paid to the memory of the late Gen. Georgo M. Sternberg at a Joint meeting of the committee on the prevention of tuberculosis nnd the Medical Association of the District at the George Washington University on Jnnuary 26, according to plans, formu lated at the meeting of the commlttoo last night Dr. Sternberg was president of the committee, and was prominently Identi fied with the association. At Jhe meet ing members of both organizations will take part In a symposium on tuber culosis. Plans for the more rigid enforcement of the ordinance prohibiting; expectora tion on the sidewalks, nnd of remedial action against the danger which lurks in public telephones wcro discussed at the meeting of the committee. The use of disinfectants at public telephones was scouted as Impractical bv Dr. E. C. Schroder, of the Bureau of Animal In dustry. The Rev. Dr. John -Van Schalck, Jr., presided as chairman. Smoke and Get Thin; Abstain and Be Fat CHICAGO, Dc. S-Dr. John Dill Rob ertson, commissioner of health, is look ing lor a fat man. The reason Is three boxes of Christmas cigars. "There Is nothing wrong with tho cigars," tho health commissioner protested in re sponse to a question, "out !M6 is my year of abstinence from smoking nnd .Now xear day is less than a week away. -you see, I 'leiteve smoking is in jurious anu snouin 00 indulged In only to reduce excssslve weight. I find that oy cmoKing oniy in aitcrnnte years l can Keep my vciBUi almost Within liormiti. ASK FOR and GET HORLICK'S ,. THE ORIGINAL c MALTED MILK, Ctieap substitutes cost YOU same prlco. Used $325 UNIVERSAL PIANO (Oak Case) - $195 Exclusive Representatives in this locality for Behning Player-Pianos Francis Bacon Player-Pianos Cable-Nelson Player-Pianos 0fW!! G Street, at 13th Business Hours now are 8:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Our Semi-Annual Clearance Sale of Women's Stylish Suits Commenced This Morning, in the Salons on the Third Floor. This embraces our regular stock of the very finest garments, in the prevailing styles, and there are decidedly rare values. The Most Important Item Is 100 Suits at $18.75 That Have Been Selling as High as $35.00. x And portraying all the latest and best liked styles of the season. There are Broadcloths, Gabar dines, Whipcords, Serges, and Poplins, in Bottle Green, African Brown, Purple and Field Mouse, as well as the always popular shades of black and navy blue. Coats are cut in all the smart' styles, such as Russian blouse, belted, box and full flare, and the skirts are very full and either cir cular, panel plaited or gored; many fyave patch pockets and detach able belts. THE SIZES RANGE FROM 34 TO 44, BUT NOT ALU SHADES IN ALL SIZES, YET THERE IS A SUIT FOR EVERY WOMAN. Very Specially Priced at $18.75 for Choice, f J Third floor, G st. , c3SBHBffii0':i'l'' v "mIi!" vJ ANOTHER CLEARANCE SALE FOR WOMEN All Trimmed Hats That Were $10.00 and $12.00 " Marked at $5.00 for Immediate Sale. This sale offers attractive selections and new styles in a wide variety, of hats. No stronger evidence of the constant newness of oxir millinery styles could be offered than this sale provides. The hats are desirable, and many of them recently fashioned, yet are reduced a half and more. BLACK VELVET HATS, HATTERS PLUSH, VELOUR, COLORED VELVETS. " They are trimmed in a diversity of styles, and shaped to meet every taste and desire. Third floor. F. st. We Direct Particular Attention to the Remarkably Fine Values in Women's Coats at $25.00 These are coats which cannot be judged by the pm-e, uclouoc mcy cue ou luuuu superior to me usual $25 garments, and if you place an estimate upon them without seeing them an undervaluation is bound to result. Street Coats, Semi-dress Coats, Automobile Coats, Sport Coats, Skating Coats, Rain coats, Knockabout Coats. The latest styles, materials and effects are ex emplified in this very large collection of coats at $25.00. . Full flare effects, straight-line coats, fitted or semi-fitted coats with or without belts arfd defined waist lines; high chin chin and closely fitted col lars, trimmed in rich furs, velvets and self mate rials. Smart Coats and distinctive trimmings and manners of fashioning that, are entirely different from the usual coats at the price. , Materials are wool plush, corduroy, wool velour, zibeline, rip ple cloth, granite cloth, broadcloth, Persiana cloth, whipcord, tweeds, and mixtures. Colors are black, green, Belgian blue, navy blue, oxford, army brown, green-and-black, white-and-black, and gray-and-black. All sizes The best values from 34 to 46. at $25.00 1 m Third floor G at 18 'in iPiif u n i "rJJI