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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY C 1916.
ALEXANDRIA CALLS
ANAC0STIA.
A Burpi'ni- Mi ilui'i uut) vni tfin
MlfH Aniin Li-lit liinl ululit lit hir lioni"
i i.ator thoic wti (luliiln :l St. Teii'fl
ixm-clilal (lionl Aim Itnylr ni.Mftod
Mft". I"ov.m. In Filnr Thoiu In tho
ciini)nn wi'm AUmk'h Oiira -Lnimlty,
Ainu Wood Alum llcuclipri Mom
Wood. riiiMtlnn Si'liuilili. Trrrpn llnvle.
, ItotliT Wood. Miii'.iln Uouvlicrt', I'pao
I I.NiilPrwnvNfr, Annn Iit-iil. AlMT'i-jrl'c
i Mnrbln, Kntherltu T'lnwnoy nnd A.' 11.
Mcgilnn, Timnnn l.olir, sniuucl llpffl.
I Ktnnk Kmic. ( . Knlllli. Kuril 'V.ith.'ii.
Almanret Jitter, IVipthy Strrnlx-rir. i op the May icoulu n( Troops 21
HMro Tpbl.it lleli I'wiw Doiotliy ami U),
Chntles J I.yddanc: ppcordhiK ecre
tn Mis Oooro 11. I.umafi -corre
siKnidlnir jieorctary, Mrs. William U,
Waters . trcnsuier. Mrs, Clnrfntio L,
lllcktrson.
noon, 'ihosa present Included Mrs. 111k
jUn. MM- Jaura HlRalns Mrs. Hurry
A, Dawson, Airs. J. Hontervlllo Dawson.
Mrs. William Donsey. Mrs. Lee H. Dor
sev'. and Misses Klltnbpth and Virginia'
Roheits, of Cumberland.
Miss Pare, of Norfolk Va. who Is a
pucst, of Miss Uottlna I'rcscott hero, was
the kucsI of honor at a luncheon Riven
by Miss Preseott. those attending bclriK
Al-s. Cecil Allnutt. Misses Dorothy and
Ellrnbelh lliKKlns. Bessie and Lucv
R rower. Mafrarct HlKirlns, Miss I'skc;
and Miss Preseott.
Spanish War Veterans
Elect New Officers
It. l Fliiucnne wan elected commander
of General Leonard Wood Garrison, No
&6, I'nlted Spanish Wnr Veterans at a
mtctlnsr last nlfcht Other otttcers
elected were: Alexander (I. Kortler,
senior vice" commander; Harry .
Young, adjutant Charles F. Roiirpoii,
quartermaster. National Commands
Odcn Jakc Installed the. new ofllcorn.
Flowers for Social Affaire.
Get Gudo's estimate, nnd, suKestlona
for flowers and floral decorations.
1214 F. Advt.
Hmnol. dim in Drlilimnn. 'nrrlo Mrcticoi.
Hurnli Louivi Lonx. i:iliim Yost, Mar-1
Jorlo Miliiea and Ailn l'owill.
The Anaostla fVxn' Association,
will moet Wcdrii'ydit.v cton'mr In Hip;
ROCKVILLE.
. Mrs. Ororsln A. Williams, widow of
Jonathun r William, of Olncy. tiled
Thursd.iy In n WaHhlimton hospital.
bucmI clxtv.fotir venrs. Death was iluo
to inipumnnln Kite Is survived by n on,
Harry Williams of WnshlnKtou, Tho
funeral took pWco at 1 o'clock ypstcr
iluy from tho home of Chailcs W.
Owen here.
Tim Rockvllle Inuulry Club met Mon
ilav at tho home of Mrs. Itobuit N.
Un.vllSH The urogram lifcluded a paper
on "Vocational TialnlnK" by Miss
Tscl-lffely.
UlllU' II I,. "J K ' ' w,'
when Action will be lakpn on the sohoul
(inostion. tup KiM'ii'iiiy iieiRius asso
clntion will mc.n totnurinw nlnht.
Seven cnivllrintetf will .ho admitted to
AiiiicosiIh Council. No. 10, Junior Ordor
of United Anvilcan Jpchanlcs, 1'up.v
tfn nluht TIiIb nrteinpon tho 'dfgro
tenin mot.
-I
Mrs. Ulnwlildle J. Luckett returned to
Itockvlllo n few days rro from Rich
mond, Va.. whero she spent some time
vIsltltiR friends.
In honor of Mrs. Walter M. Mucins,
of Marietta. Ohio, who Is vlsltlntr In
Rockvllle. Mrs. V. llaxcl Cnshcll enter
tained at luncheon Wednesday after
Rev. E. B. Jackson to Take Pas
torate of First Baptist
1 ChiiFch.
Iind Wlllluni V J'owupv.
MlFfl Hciiltl I piicni'U intrrlnliPil Cio
iniiinbpi'rt i-f the I.nniltii If.iih Bnrntltyi
of l.'nMrin lllpli KclioM, nt lior limns
yrstcnlnv Thnno piiwnt worn Kmina
Cortlpr, Kitltli niirnrt Knthrlno Howell, i
The Rockvllle Circle of Klim'a Dnujjli
lors, ia a nippllnic held nt the home of
Mio.'l.ouls Watson, plocted odcers ns
follows: . I'rpsldpnt. Miss Isabel ICInc
don: first vice president. Mrs. Kdwnrd
C. I'eter; second vice president, Mrs.
Mrs. I'. R Orcene has cone to Roan
oke, Va.. .to spend several weeks nt tho
home of her sister. Mrs. Frank B.
Thomas.
Thlr mornlnc ut the 'miRrPBi' HhIrIiIs
IJnptlst Church n i-peclal service was
conducted by the Rc. K. K. ulcnard-
ALEXANDRIA. Feb. fi.-Tho Itcv. E.
It. Jackson, of Wurrcnton, Va,, pastor
t tho JJaptlut Church of that cltjr. will
bo cnllrri to tho fmntnrnte of tho
I'lrvt UnptlHt Church horc to succeed tho
liv Vk . K. WiMhoji, who resigned n
month uko to become the pastor of tho
Kit st Uaptlst Church nt Harrlson-
nurc. Va.
vr
WMHTOI
PASTOR
Agents of the Washington division of
the Southern railway arc hnldliiK their
annual meeting today In MannssaB. Tho
nrsi session was held at 11 o clock, anil
nt 1 o'clpck dinner was served at the
now Prince William Hotel. Afterward
there wriM nn ttftnrtinnn Rnnnlnn. Thp
Election of officers will take plnco this
afternoon. Among tBoso from this city
Attending the meeting are W. C. Hud-
con, superintendent; U. R. puddlfi, train
muster, 13. F. Tocer, agent: 8. 1. 8hel
ton. union ticket agent, and W. 3. Con
nelly, special agent.
Tuoupr Barrett wb selected repre
fentatlve. nnd Wlllard K. Blewett. altcr
wnte of tho Alexandria Hluh School at
the Virginia Intcrscholastlc dcclamiit
tlon content to be held ut Richmond Col
lege on February 24. at a preliminary
contest laft night. Five students en
tered the contour which w.i. liflil In Ihn
YrniiK People's building under tho-
aunpiccs of tlip Aloxaiidila l.ltprarv So
ciety Piof. C. T. Ryan, profes.ior of
12nlifih in the hlgr- school, pn-jldod,
ui(i tlic judges were tiie Rev. I., M.
KciRufson. lolin Al. Joluihon nnd
Michael T. Ouycr. The speakers and
llii'l' subjects tollow Tupprr Uuirett,
"Vnicrlcn's I'neiowncd ijuccn;" Wll
lUd K. DlevtPtt. "An Appeul to Anns;"
-lili F.. lilndon. 'Our National
vpoflnpy." AV'nller Burrott. "The. Ro
I 'btlc That Never Retreats." and Al
lot t V llryun. "Farewell to Power."
Gardner 1.. Pnothe has been appolnt
d local oounsel- of the Southern rall
aj Recently the company's legal nf
lalrs In this city have been handled
lv Henry O'Bannon Cooper, of the of
1 re of the general counsel in Wash
ington Mr. Roothe Is a prominent
Jin inber ot the local bar; president of
ihc Fiist Natlonul bank, and closely
ldinttlled In m,nny ways with the in
terests of Alfxanditn.
William and Stuart Martin, the two
liojn who have been held at the police
dtntlon since Fiiday night ns run
tiw.iys from thrlr home near Richmond.
were placed in charge of the conduc
toi of a Washington Southern railway
train by policeman Miller this morning
with instructions that they be turned
ovei to tho police in Richmond, who will
see that thev are sent home.
The Rev. lugh T. Stevenson, pastor
of Bethany Baptist Church. Wanliin
lon. delivered nn address tills ,after
) ooii In the Richmond Theater be
foi o the Laymen's League.
Mrs. J B. Watklns loft for Baltl
inore e!lerd.i to attpn.I the wedding
or her niece. Miss Florence Luckett,
whnh took place In that city yesler
do afternoon.
The annual "girls' germnn." the re
turn dance to the German Club, will
be held in the auditorium of the i:iks'
llfino February 2n The affair will
be in charge of Alias Delia Phillips
jind Allss Christina Kemper.
Mrs Kate Waller Bnrrett has gone
to Boston, where she will speak this
afternoon nt a mass mcotlng In the
intorest of the Florence Crlttenton
League of Compassion.
The Rev L. M. Ferg.unon. pnstor of
Tilnltv M K. Church, will commence
n scries of sprmons tonight on
' lesus" The subjects Announced are
f follows Fpbruar B. "The Man."
Febniary 13, "The Teachpr." Febru
nrv 20 "The Rxample," Fcbrunty 27,
"Tho Savior"
LOCAL MENTION.
Charlie Chaplin Today. "A Woman."
Va Theater with great European war
pictures direct from battlefield. Soon
liarlle In "fnrmen."
The Sunday Eveninp Times Givca
I pliable advertisers a last minute talk
with over forty thousand homes.
20th Century Hotel & Cafe, 628 Pa.
Ave Best meals In city. Reduced prices.
Phone Your Want Ad to The Times,
Mam BIfiO.
Alio kviiIh f I r
tvrypioK invisioie uilocals
Tnitic run i-.
"Iihprlral. 7.V each. f'yllnrirr,
fl. fin-li. Hi.- l."., rnoh.
I-'t Off on IIi'IiIInIn' PrpKcrlpilons.
Adolph Kahn, 935 f Street N. W.
IAEBI GKAS
Trlpn li rail or natcr to
tlip ureal New Orleans Carnl
al J92 anil upn-anl
.sum wuaRk
DELTA TOURS
Main fv 'O-.' Woodward hKc
Architects'
Specialties
Artists Color
Outfits
SCHMIDT
719-721 13th St. N. W.1
Builders' Exchange Bldg.
(Corridor Entrnnre), ,
We nre nt onr erv-aV"?
Ice. J&3Q
tnj
Hill WW S CAT V v r Ss&kll
" 7 Street Store hJ-k -
Come to our Seventh Street Store early tomor-
row and get the first selection of these high-grade win
ter shoes. They represent our broken lines of this season's most popular
styles. We've marked them Extra Low in order to hasten them out. It
would pay you to buy several pairs at these economy prices.
1116:22 Seventh Street Store Only Come Early.
uDomenlr tShoa&
QHQitly Shoe&
10 PAIRS CHESLY & RUGG
BRONZE GYPSY BUTTON, turn
soles; sizes 4 to 6;
B, C and D. Sold
for $4. Special
$2.85
33 PAIRS LA FRANCE MAT
GOAT BUTTON, gray kid top,
plain toe and Diamond tip: sizes
3 to 6, H, C, D.
Sold for S5.50. Special
$3.65
12 PAIRS SELZ
BALS, English
last; sizes 7 to
1 1 ; C to I: ; were
$4.00. Special..
RUSSIA
$2.65
18 PAIRS BURT & PACK
ARD GUN METAL BUTTON;
?4.oo and 4.50 grades; sizes
5JS to n in lot;
widths B, C and
E. Special
$2.95
20 PAIRS GUN METAL
BALS, putty kid top; English
last; sizes 4J6 to
9;D width. Were
$4.00. Special...
IVJJJ , L.1III3II
$2.45
13 PAIRS CARTHEAN BLUE
KID SIDE BUTTON, sizes 2 y3 to
7; A, B, C. Sold
for $5.50. Special
$3.85
14 PAIRS LA FRANCE BLUE
KID BUTTON; sizes
3 to S'i; B, C, D.
Sold for S5.50. Special
15 PAIRS H. M. H. GUN BUT
TON TIP, kid tops; leather spool
heel; sizes 2 to
5'j, B, C and U.
Special
$2.45
4 PAIRS BURT & PACKARD
KANGAROO BALS; sizes 8 '4
to It; widths B
to E. Were S6.
Special
$3.35
7 PAIRS HEYWOOD GUN
METAL BALS, on Bancroft toe ;
sizes 7 Vi to
10J4; widths B
to D. Were S5.
Special
$3.15
45 PAIRS CRADDOCK GUN
METAL BLUCHERS, on the
Greensboro and Hito lasts; sizes
6 to 10; widths
B to E. 'Were
$4.00. Special..,
$2.85
$3.85
200 PAIRS LADIES' TAN BUT
TON SHOES, all
styles, most any
size. $3.50 to $S
value. Special
$2.35
4 PAIRS SELZ Via BLUCH-
ER, on Banker last; sizes 10 and
11 onlv; widths
B to E. Were
$4.00. Special...
, 0I1.1.3 J W ,11111
$2.85
18 PAIRS PATRICIAN PATENT
BUTTON; kid tops, Tuxedo last;
sizes 3, to 6; B,
C and D . Sold for
$4.50. Special
$2.45
30 PAIRS W. S. F. GUN BUT
TON, patent quarter, cloth top;
'sizes 3 to 8, C, D,
and E. Sold for
$3.50. Special
$2.45
9 PAIRS SELZ VICI BLUCH-
ER, English leather lined; double
soles; sizes o'i
to 1 1 ; widths C,
D and E. Were
$4.00. Special..
10 PAIRS HEYWOOD RUS
SIA BALS, on the Bancroft toe;
sizes 8, Yi nnd
9; widths B, C
andD. Were $5.
Special
$3.15
9 PAIRS SELZ GUN METAL
BLUCHERS, on the Drexel last;
sizes 6 y2 to 11;
widths D and E.
Were $4. Special.
IC UltACI 1AM,
$2.85
$3.15
16 PAIRS PATENT BUTTON,
dull quarter, cloth tops; a Cincin
nati make; sizes 4
to 6; C, D and E.
Sold for $3.50. Special
5 PAIRS SELZ KANGAROO
BLUCHERS, English toe; sizes
7, 7V5, 8, 84,
md 12. E width.
Were $6. Special.
3.85
18 PAIRS CRADDOCK MA-k
HOGANY TAN BALS, English
last; sizes oy3, 7, 7J6, and 10;
widths B, C and
D. Were $4.00.
Special
$2.85
$2.65
22 PAIRS PATRICIAN BLACK
BUCK BUTTON,
2M to 614, B, C,
D. Sold for $5.00.
Special
$2.15
6 PAIRS CRADDOCK PAT
.ENT BUTTON AND BLUCH
ERS, on Greensboro toe; sizes 6
to 10; widths B,
C and E, Were
M.oo. Special..,
$2.65
9 PAIRS via
full leather lined
sizes 6 to llj
widths G to E.
Were $4.50. Spe-clal
BLUCHER,
English last;
$3.15
16 PAIRS CRADDOCK RUS
SIA BLUCHERS, on Greensboro
and Hito lasts; sizes 7 to 1 1
widths B, C and
D, Were $4,00,
Special ,...,
$2.85
37 PAIRS PATRICIAN PATENT
BUTTON, tip and plain toe, kid
top; Gaby last;
sizes lu to 6, A,
B, C, D. Sold for
$4.50. Special
11.95
70 PAIRS PATRICIAN AND
AMERICAN GIRL BLACK VEL
VET AND SATIN BOOTS, sizes
2 y, to 6, B, C, and
D. Sold at $3. So to
$5.00. Special
H.l li I
4 PAIRS FARNUM
METAL BUTTON, Gray
lop ; sizes . Vi to
S ', ; widths (
find P, Were
$4.00. Special,.,,
GUN
Cloth
$2.45
4 PAIRS CRADDOCK GUN
METAL BALS, English rubber
heel; sizes 7
?y. jot C nnd r
P widths, Were 1 1
S9 & J
M.30, Special.,,
ALL BURT & PACKARD
GUN METAL AND RUSSIA
CALF BALS, en latest English
lasts, with gray and tan cloth
tops; all slzea
In lot; widths
h to n, Were ft,
To close out for,,,
$3.45
Seventh Street
Store Only
j iflBr1 dtirrtok
ctbetichs
Main Store
1116-22 7th St.
, I li i - T7
Washington's Largest and Most Progressive Shoe House Established 1868
LOANS
HORNING
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