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cently opened with the most com
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Social Artificialities Play Too Great
a Part in life.
Br FRANCES SHAFFER.
We have crown to be rather fastidious
In what we call the little niceties of
life, the social proprieties that.'are very
pleasant in the observance and as dis
quieting In the breach, when we happen
to be a bit fussy and "proper."
It Is women who care more for books
on etiquette. If they are not to the man
ner born, than do men: they who most
closely observe the rules of social usage,'
they who approve or condemn upon that
basis. And sometlmea In the observance
they lose sight of their own sene of
They lose sight of It always when they
place social usage and Its arbitrary lines
aboe real worth, and measure men and
women by the social rule alone.
It was not so long ago that a party
of friends and semi-friends went to a
luxurious camp In the woods for the
week-end. All were away up. socially,
all but one man and .his wife. They I
slipped In by grace of sometning or
other, but they were not oorn to me
social purple. He was a man pro
tiniineeillr Intellectual, cultured In Its
broad sense, and Interesting, but plain
and untutored in the little social observ
ances that folk take for granted when
trained that way. She was quite in
harmony, and both were familiar with
the refinements, but not the affectations
Ignorant of Artificialities.
As the few days went by. those two.
a. bit alien from the rest, were criticised,
measured, and laughed at because they
betrayed their unfamlllarity with fixed
rulings that mean a lot or absolutely
nothing, according to ths viewpoint.
Tou see. they were quite old-fashioned,
too much concerned with things that
really count to remember, or even to
know, anything more of the table pro
prieties than are prompted by simple
manners and delicate habits. They failed
to do some of the things In the way
that social usage called proper, they
plainly showed that they did not know
Just what was proper, and once he un
concernedly left his spoon standing
straight up in his coffee cup! In dozens
of little ways they betrajed their Igno
rance of the artificialities, though never
once lapsed from trre native graces nu
........ that obtain among all men
and women who subscribe to simple llv-
. a t.li.1. .KlnVfne.
1I1K J4I1U llf. ..-
COMPOUND MEND IS
leftovers from Pint Day MayrBe
Used the Second.
Grapes. Frizzled Dried Beef.
Creamed Sweet Potatoes.
Hot Buttered Toast.
Green Peppers Stuffed with Creamed
Brown Bread and Butter.
Fresh 'Apple Pie.
Cream of Onion Soup. N
Broiled Steak. Mashed Potatoes.
Creamed Macaroni with Celery.
Fig Charlotte. Wafers.
Figs In Cream.
Oatmeal Stewed with Raisins.
- Crisped Bacon. Toast.
Creamed Codfish and Potato Sandwiches.
Baked Apples with Cream.
Cream of Celery Soup.
Epicure Hssh. Buttered Beets.
Cole Slaw, Cream Dressing.
Sweet Totato Pie.
A successful duplex menu is one which
componnds tasty and nourishing dishes
out of scraps of unpromising leftovers.
Fig charlotte Soak a tablespoonful of
gelatin In one-fourth cup of cold water,
add one-quarter cup boiling water and a
cupful of sugar. When cold add a pint
of cream, whipped stiff, a teaspoontul of
vanilla and one-half pound of ' figs
washed, drained, and chopped nne. Put
In sherbert cups. Half quantity ample.
Creamed Codfish and Potato Sandwich
Whip cold mashed potatoes until light:
put half of 7the potato into a shallow
routing aisn. orusn witn meiiea uuuer.
spread over it the cold creamed codfish,
top with the remainder of the potatoes.
brush with melted butter and place In a
brisk oven for ten minutes. Both mashed
potatoes and creamed codfish are left
But the standards of those rule-bound English Scones-One cupful of flour,
F. STEWART,. st&HSts.
We G1t Votes in The Herald's 3.000 Contest.
Ccwns al Special Summer Bates.
513 12th St. N. W.
We Cite Totes In Tha Herald's 13,000 Contest.
BREAD AND PIES
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
Ws Girs Votes In The Herald's 325 000 "Wset.
eii- no fale. and they were greativ
amused. And as they narrated incident
after incident, laughing as they recalled
the significant blunders, at least one of
h listeners thought yes. and in grace
e wita nrt all the things that count,
you are not worthy so much as to tie
tfe was a well known lawyer then
he is far better known to-day. They
were simple In their habits of living
then- thev are simple to-day and have
never learned to follow what they deem,
the affectations of life. Their nome is
beautiful, their friends of a kind with
them and thev oberve nil the refine
ments that make living pleasant but as
for the foolish little was that social
usage clashes as "proper." they are still
In seeming Ignorance, and always will
Ashsmed of Home Standards.
It often happens that as young folk
grow up to newer customs, newer so
cial rules and regulations, they compare
their simple home life with the ways
and the forms of some of their more
punctilious friends and they confess to
a little shame of their old-fashioned
standards of living.
Their parents do not adopt the same
degree of style In evidence In some of
the places they visit, do not even know
how to entertain in the modern fashion,
how to serve and be up-to-date In the
The joung folk are not quite happy,
because they think It reveals a lack of
culture, and they try to work In the
newer was of doing things. Just for the
sake of giving the impression that they
rrobably most of us can sympathize.
for we are a bit reluctant to admit that
we do not know the "proper" move to
make according to social standards, but
havenjt we learned yet that It really Is
a sign of bigness and of growth when
we are ready to reckon values simply
and truly, without the affectations that
are really burdenome?
I once heard a woman say that the
older she grew and the more she noted,
the surer she was that, the very choicest
folk In all this world were those who
lived by simple, natural and comfortable
rules and remained Indifferent to the ebb
and flow of social dictates, as meaning
less as they were troublesome and fleet
And don't you think she Is right?
one teaspoonful cream of tartar, one-
half teaspoonful soda, one-half tea
spoonful salt, four tnblespoonfuls butter,
two tablespoonfuls sugar, one-half cupful
raisins, one-eighth cupful milk and one-
egg slightly beaten. Mix and sift dry
h.gredlents and chop In butter, add rais
ins, egg and milk. Divide in two pieces.
Fat each in shape of a round ball and
flatten to size of a plate. Cut Into
eighths. Lay on buttered baking sheet,
moisten tops. Bake quickly ten or fif
teen minutes. These are also delicious
The stock for the celery soup was the
water In which the celery for the
creamed macaroni and celery was
cooked. The sweet potatoes for the pie
and the apples to bake were leftovers.
Epicure Hash Put a tablespoonful of
drippings In a saucepan, add one small
onion, one pepper and one apple, all
chopoed. and cook for fifteen minutes:
then add two tablespoonfuls of chopped
celery, two cupfuls of raw diced toma
toes and one cupful of beef broth; cook
for fifteen minutes, then add two cup
fuls of chopped cold beef, half a tea
spoonful of salt, a pinch of cavenne. and
simmer or a. few minutes. Most of the
Ingredients of the above recipe are left
Sweet Potato Pie One cupful of
mashed sweet potatoes, one teaspoonful
of cinnamon, one-half teaspoonful each
of salt, nutmeg and ginger, one-half cup
sugar, one cup of milk and one well
beaten egg. Bake In one crust one hour
in a slow oven.
at W THE BUSY CORNER T
t Yet, SMI turf faint fa ftiliitt
50c to 75o Mail. Veilings, Yard, 27c
25c to 35c Fancy Mesh Veilings, 15c
Shadow effects, chenille dotted and fancy mesh veiling. In
black, white, black-and-white, taupe, and colored veils In the
lot at, a yard,' 27c
Neat patterns, both .large and small designs, in white,
black, navy, and brown also black-and-white combinations In
the lot at. a yard, 15c Veiling Store Street Floor.
Daily Reminder of the Great Values
At Our 19th Birthday Celebration-Profit by Them.
This Is Surely a Week of Wonderful Value Giving
At Our Garment Store
To-day We Shall Offer Most Remarkable Values in
$25 to $30 Tailored Suits at $15.50
Here are unprecedented money-savinp values in Tailor-made Suits; the strongest feature of the event is the wide variety
of materials and the magnificent styles 10 OF THE SEASON'S LEADING NUMBERS-and the fact that nearly all the
materials used were in pattern lengths, two to five of a kind, assuring you of exclusiveness. These suits were made "from the
sample pieces of imported materials brought over by a large maker to take orders for his most expensive lines, and, as they had
served their purpose, was willing to make them up to our .order at a low price particularly for this Birth- Aj b mgl
day Celebration. Styles include both plain tailored and trimmed models, fancy cut effects and cutawas, &c Si mO
Choice of the lot, all sizes, one day only .. .' lplwWW
Suit Store Second Floor.
We Know That the Women of Washington Have Good Taste,
Good Sense and Good Judgment by the Way They
Bought Monday and Yesterday.
25c to 75c Silk and Cotton Wash
Goods in Unmatchable Quality
at, a yard, 19c
Voiles. Eollenncs. Foulard,
jacquards, wonder tsiiks. Heps.
Pongee, Crepes. Poplins. Scarfing". Shirtings,
cauards. Wonder Silks. Reon and Maraulsettes.
All silk and cotton mixtures but some of them so near all-silk that
FEATHERS AND FL0WEES
FOE HEW WHITER HATS
Flowers will be worn well Into the
winter. A high black turban of draped
el vet, the folds gathered back Into
donkey's ears behind. Is among the
newest models, and thla was orna
mented by an Ivory rose of natural
Flat hats are also ornamented with
roses, and these are simply enormous,
the reaction probably against the tiny
blossoms of satin and chiffon which
we wore a season ago Possibly, how
eer, as the season advances we shall
cea?e to admire a 'floral display of
millinery and shall bestow all our af
fections on feathers, for whether or not
we permit the use of flowers there can
be no doubt at all of the Importance of
Herald's Pattern Service.
you cannot tell the difference unless ou are an expert scarcely then.
Large patterns, small patterns, figured designs, silk striped effects.
Colored or faintly tinted grounds, plain white andplain black fabrics.
We simply cannot decrlbe them; they are TOO MANY AND TOO
ritETTV. Come in ourelf and see them to-day.
Ilargaln Tables Street Floor.
Birthday Low Prices on Brass Beds
Compare others' prices with our:
$15 Continuous Post Brass
Bed, with 6 fill
ers. In the01A 1Z
Birthday Sale at.1 UOU
-then we know ou will
$20.00 Brass Beds $11.95
$28.50 Brass Beds $20.95
$36.00 Brass Beds $18.95
Sample Brass Beds aS-S .!" -59
Bed Store 3d Floor.
To-day We Are Going to Sell "Phil-
lipsburg's" Brussels $25.00 Rugs,
9x12 Feet, at a Very Low Price
Heaviest of Brussels. 31 Sample Rugs. Note the weight, feel the nn.l-
Ity. lou never saw the equal of this offer before. The 31 rugs should be
sold quickly. Posted buyers know Alex. Smith's "Phlllipsburg" brand. '
The heaviest Brussels made. Oriental, conventional, and floral deslarns !
rooming houses, or public places. Tlie entire lot. each de- jft-l Sll
sign 4r-Tent. Birthday Sale price, to-day & ,aJV
Rug Store Third Floor.
Our Waist Store Generally Receives the Patronage of Women
Who Are Looking for
Distinctive Styles in Waists
Two of the leading items of our Birthday Sale in the waist
store consist of just such unusual and unique models.
Lingerie Waists, $1.49
Worth $3 and $3.50
Fine Linene Waists,67c
Worth $1 and $1.25
1alsts with all the dainty little In the clean-cut. smart tallormade
touches that give that air of indi- styles that give a woman such a
vlduality dear to a woman's heart. , well groomed appearance Pleated
The materials are lingerie cloths tucked and plain shirt models Then,
and sheer tolles. trimmed with all In addition. AT THE SUIK PRICE
the new designs In German and are beautifully EMBROIDERED
Italian al laces and Imitation Irish I Waists, the front panels In dainty
laces. Also with handsome medal- embroidered designs,
lions and elaborate embroideries. I In every detail of cut and tailor
Sleeves are three-quarter and full lng they are practically perfection.
length. Sizes 3 to 3S only. i In this lot sizes from 34 to 44.
IValst Store Second floor.
Home Needs of Intwest to Even- Housekeeper
25c to 59c
At Choice, 19c
At Price Quoted We Restrict Quantities to East Purchaser.
Rice or Milk Boll
Water Palls, best
galv. Iron, strongly
riveted handles, 14-qt.
Coal Hods, best 3
coatcd galv. Iron:
strong bottoms and
Frjlng Tans or Skil
lets, best seamless
steel, made from one
piece; 10-Inch l"c
Water Palls: best
Indurated fiber; will
not become water
soaked: 10 qt 19c
Sir cakes of Swift's
Pride Laundry Soap.
era: granite iron: long
handle and cover; 3
ptnt size 19c
Six cakes of Lennox
Laundry Soap 19c
Yacht or Deck Mops,
made from first qual
ity stock: long han
dle; family size 19c
Berlin Saucepans, of
seamless granite Iron:
long handle and cov
er: 9-plnt 13c
Dlshpans. of good
grade heavy polished
tin. riveted handles. 14
Eight rolls of -GEM-Toilet
size rolls perforated
Water or Utility
Palls, seamless gran
ite Iron with cover;
ball handle; 7-qt 19c
Three Gas Mantles:
good grade tha: will
give bright light. In
verted upright 19c
Mixing Bowls, yel
glazed ln-lda and out:
plain and lipped.. 19c
Jardinieres In dain
ty colors and shsdes.
S-tnch size 19c
Daily Papers in Alexandria Must
Explain Before They Get City
MAYOR'S VETO IS APPROVED
PHONE MAIN 6463
High-dns Sroeeritt, Meits, Proratas
WAHL it CO. 02 1Mb ST. If. W.
We give Herald S2S.OO0 coatest votes.
F you want bargains in Hard
ware of every description.
Don't fail to visit
Still's Hardware Store, 713 m St. N.W.
Ws Cits V la Ths Boslil's tSM Cbotsst.
Will buy you the best made Three
'piece Suit of Clothes. 2-button, ln-gle-breasted
coat with high cut
vest and medium peg pants. Tour
choice of all-wool goods.
437 Seventh St S. W.
We glv Herald WMOS cswteatNratea.
IF IFS ELECTIICAL WE MtE IT
Phone M. ISfi.
GEO. W. PAREZO;
60S HSt. N. W.
Electrical Supplies .and Novelties.
Ws Gits Votes in Tbs Senld's CS.M Oastsst.
Largest stock ever carried. Also "Lacea, j
ij uwns, Hosiery ana
VRS. J. A. MOUDY.
, r4c0 Georgia, Ave. N. W.
W ctr HeraM HMM caatesc Totes.
IN TAN HENRIETTA FOR J4SS.
Three and one-half yards henrietta.
incnea wide, at Tl a yard J125
Two spools sewing silk jo
Half a yard brown velveteen, tt
incnes wiae, n t yard .so
Two dozen brown velvet buttons. .30
Parii pattern No. 1023 jo
IN RESEDA GREEN SHANTUNG
Four and one-half yards Shantung,
SS Inches wide, at it a yard 14 M
Ratine lace collar and cuffs .75
Two spools sewing silk jo
Two dosen crystal button- 50
Pari pattern No. 1023 M
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11 is convenient to sup Into In the
morning after tumbling out of bed a
j. ins mouei naa a four-gored skirt
wun a winging panel In back. The
blouse Is very simple, opening In front
ana imvwg u large annholes to which
th sleeve are attained without gathers.
The neckline la especially good, since
there la no high collar torhurt the throat
when the head ta bent forward In study,
and yet the blouse buttons close around
' the throat, protecting the chest
"Slther theton or elbow sleeve may
The above pattern may be obtained
in sixes it, is. and is years, and will be
sent rastnaJA hv 1 na. 1.I.. .
The smart little one-Dleca costume li.nfih.w..i,i... tLi. iri.r: n.
the favorite dress of the schoolgirl, for lO'centaT ' Be sure to State number and
not only U It extremely becoming, but aunt. " waier and
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Alexandria. Ya., Oct. 23. In connec
tion with the awarding of the contract
by the finance committee of City Coun
cil for the city printing for the conv
lng year, the Board of Aldermen, of
City Council, to-night passed a resolu
tion that the president ofaamch board of
council obtain from owners of two
aally and one Sunday newspaper pub
lished here the total circulation of their
respective papers, anu also the number
or papers delivered to subscribers In and
out of the city, and report same to City
This Is done In orojer that It may fa
cilitate the committee, it Is said, in
making the award of the contract. The
action of the aldermen was concurred in
by the lower branch of City Council.
Three ordinances in connection with
the proposed erection of a trestle to
connect rom the tracks of the South
ern Ralrway Company with the city gas
piani, in order that cars loaded with
coal may be dumped at the plant proper.
obviating tho necessity of hauling in'
wheelbarrows, approved by the commit
tee on ngnt of council, came up and
were passed. The railway company, ac
cording to the terms of the ordinances,
agrees to pay one-half of the cost of
tne construction of the trestle, which Is
13,100, and this expenditure Is author
ized in one of the ordinances passed.
nirrell 'Wants Action.
Councilman Blrrell wanted a resolu
tion, offered by him at the last meet
ing of council, carrying with It an ap
propriation of JM0 for cobble gutters on
the square on Payne Street, between
Cameron and Queen Streets, taken from
the hands of the street committee and
acted en at this meeting. Councilman
Brockett, however, explained that the
street committee had failed to act on
It because It la contemplated by council
to narrow the street "on 'that thorough
fare to twenty-seven feet, and also make
other Improvements' In' thit section.
Finally, 'upon motion of Councilman
Swan, the street committee was in
structed to report on the matter at the
next meeting of council, -this motion
being In the shape of an amendment to
MrrBlrrell's motioirfor action afonce."
Mr. BirrelTalso caled"attentlonto the
fact that sometime dnce both board
passed a resolution Introduced by him
directing the city engineer to have a
nuisance abated In the alley In the
square on Henry Street, between Wilkes
and Gibbon Streets, and no action had
been taken towards Its abatement. He
had been Informed by the corporation
attorney, he said, that the matter was
one for the health committee, and that
committee hsd not organized at tho
time. He. however, hoped for an earlj
cdjustment of the same.
A petition signed by all of the property
owners on the square on Washington
Street, between Wilkes and" Gibbon
Streets, asking that this square be im
proved with a flfty-slx foot macadam
loadway, they agreeing to. pay J173 a
front foot, and same to havo granite
curbing on either eide, was referred to
the street committee.
Members of the congregation of the
Second Presbyterian Church, through Its
pastor. Rev. Dr. John Lee Allison, sub
mitted a communication to Council ask
ing that the Mayor be authorized to
make application on the part of City
Council for a part of the wreck of the
U. S. S. Maine, as provided by an act
of Congress December 2. 1911, the appli
cation 10 do nronze metal, to be used as
a tablet In the Westminster Building,
now under construcUon by the church at
Prince and St. Asaph Streets, as a mem
orial to Edward Witmer. Thla was
passed. It was explained that there
would be no cost to the city In connec
tion with this.
The street committee waa authorized
to award the contract for the paving of
the square In Washington Street, be
tween Cameron and Queen Streets, and
the square In Cameron Street, between
Washington and St. Asaph Streets,
without advertising for bids, with
asphalt block, the cost to be the same
as already paid for similar work.
A resolution that the city tax collec
tor be authorized to sell all real estate
on which the taxes have not been paid
to June 1, 1912, In conformity, to the pro
visions of the city charter, sale to begin
at 10 o'clock December 3 next, was refer
red to the committee on finance.
The Board of Aldermen approved the
Mayor's veto to the ordinance providing
for a certain number of feet for side
walks on Washington Street, between
King and Queen Streets, and the lower
branch concurred In its action. The
Mayor. In his veto, stated that he re
turned It without his signature because
no penalty was provided for Its viola
It was explained by Mr. Brockett that
the corporation attorney is now prepar
ing a new ordinance on the matter.
A list showing the assessable value
of telegraph, telephone, express, steam
boat and sleeping car property in the
State, complied by the State CorporaUon
Commission, showlngalso taxes paid by
t.'ese concerns, was received.
A resoluUon of Councilman Brockett
appropriating 3150, or as much thereof as
may be necessary, for Improving the
crossing at Pendleton and Henry Streets
A petltlon'of William Desmond to erect
a frame kitchen In rear 515 Queen Street
was referred to the street committee. A
pt tit ion of the Alexandria Fertilizer and
Chemical Company to erect building 128
feet long on east side of Union Street
mil SO teet deep on north side of Queen
Street was referred to street committee.
A petlUon for improved gas light on
pest on Roval. between Cameron and
Queen Street', was referred to the light
committee. The sum of 370 waa appro
priated for certain repairs at Columbia
Hie engine house. An appropriation of
jrv) to be expended under the direction
of the health committee was also made.
Jadse Thornton 111.
Judge J. B. T. Thornton, of the Circuit
Court for Alexandria County, became III
Jo-day while In court Judge Thornton
was this afternoon taken to his nome
at Manassas. Judge L. C Barley, of
the Corporation Court of this city, has
been requested to hold court during the
indisposition of Judge Thornton and he
will do so. He will begin court Friday
and continue until Saturday.
Judge Thornton was taken 111 from
acute Indigestion while In court yester
day and later went to the home of
George H. Rucker. clerk of the court,
where he apparently rallied.
Morris Norton Pearson, sixteen years
old, of Manassas, Va , was struck by a
steam train southwest of this city this
morning and sustained a compound frac
ture of the leg. Pearson was brought to
the Alexandria Hospital, where his Inju
ries were dressed by Dr. W. M. Bmltl.
His condition Is reported to be very fa
vorable. Owing to the absence of a quorum the
meeting of the finance committee of City
Council which was to have been held at
4 o'clock this afternoon for the purpose
of shearing the members of the city
school board urge upon the committee
the necessity for an appropriation of
340,000 for the erection of a high school
building was postponed. There Is now
before City Council a resolution carry
ing with It an appropriation of 340,000 for
Law College Seniors Elect.
At a recent meeUng of the senior class
of the Washington College of Law, the?
following officers were elected for the
ensuing year: President. Scotia S. Stark:
vice president. Newton M. Perrlns: secre
tary. Anna A. O'Neill: treasurer. Martha
M. Krumke: speaker at the annual ban
quet will be Edmund B. Whlteomb.
IODISE DECATDR SOUGHT.
Police Believe Mlulnsr Girl Will
Return to Home.
Following rumors that Louise Deca
tur, twelve sears old, was lured from
her home at I" Fourth Street Southeast
on Sunday morning by two men, the po
lice last night made a thorough Investi
gation of the strange disappearance of
the girl and discovered that the two
men with whom she was seen were rela
tives with whom she went chestnut
After returning from the chestnut
lumt Sunday the girl went to the home
of a relative at 202 I Street Southeast,
the police learned, and on Monday night
slept at the home of another relative at
S21 Twenty-flrst Street Northwest. The
police believe that the girl will return
home In a few days and that she has
met with no harm-
Ad Clnb Banquet To-nlghv.
The Washington Ad Club will hold a,
banquet at the New Ebbltt at 6.30 to
night. The speakers will be Louis Wiley.
manager of the New York Times, and
Grafton B. Perkins, advertising manager
of a Baltimore chemical company.
BAUD CONCERT TO-DAY.
Br r. S. SotaVrs Boms Bud. John S.
M. Zlnuaczmmaa. dlxwctor. At 4 p, m.
March. "Gaud of Honor".... -.Xefcnhirit
Otsrtonv "LaraM". .WaUsa
rannhrtss, "How Fsir Art Thou"
Ssltctlon. "LoDsritla" WipMr
Oocnptln Psntuis, "Jlountitn LUs"
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Usht Calm; "Erentaa Hjmnf duos.
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Herald's 125,000 Contest
Come There will be good music and samples of
many products advertised In the contest. Spacious
building. 714 Thirteenth Street Northwest, containing
grand display of awards and merchandise. Open at
12 o'clock to-day. Some of the products to be given
away to visitors are:
"Velvet Kind" Ice Creim. W. ,D. Coffee, made on
electric stove furnished by National Electrical Supply
Company; Roses from Oude Bros., sample Deer Head
and After Dinner Cigars. Palmer's Ginger Ale, and
university v.iuu uinger Ale. 7
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