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Announce for To-day and Saturday
. NOVEMBER FIRST AND SECOND
7enr.' Formal Exhibition
Imported Novelties Beautiful Art
Wares, Odd and Unique Articles
Representing Personal Selections and Recent Importations from Paris,
Berlin, Vienna, London and Other Art Centers at Home and Abroad.
A superb display of the world s newest and best and an event
of importance not only to the art and beauty lover, but
fall of thoroughly practical help for the home' '
furnisher and gift hunter seeking rare
and out-of-the-ordinary gifts.
Jewelry, Silverware, Leather Novelties, Handbags, Exquisite Needle
work, Desk Appointments, Clocks, Photograph Frames, Odd and
Unique Novelties, Rare Art Objects, Bronzes, Marbles, Potteries
and China, Lamps, Domes; Lamp, Candle and Electric Shades.
The newness , beauty 'and richness of the conceptions exemplify the
artistic merit and intrinsic worth of highest attainment, and
a fulfillment of untold planning in bringing these displays
of works of art and things of personal and home
adornment to their highest development.
A Cordial and General Invitation Is Extended to AIL
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Dr. WIKM. wntaa'Botaad Wlbur.
woo am iw. owl ,WHo their MM
DM fcOBBa, Utt K(tTMt trtU lntroduee
their, detmtcau UnkUr, Miss Rebekah
wnser, to Washington wctatr at a. tea
on Mtaraar aftarnoon. DMMNur T.
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MIm Marion OUrw, eteaalrtar of the
Assistant Secretary of War ,and. Mrs.
Robert Shaw OUver. who baa bean viatt-
Inar friends In tba WMt Tu ratnrntM
to Washington ana jotaM Hr parent, JU
their residence in Q Street.
Mr. Antolne" Je OeoeTrey hM returned
to the city and taken, an apartment at
tba Albany for toe winter.
Many Physically Unfit
Three Out of 73 Applicants for
Marine Corps Accepted.
Out of 73 applicants for enlistment In the Marino Corpa
during February, at the local recruiting- station, but three
were accepted. MORE THAN 50 PER CENT OP THE AP
PLICANTS WERE REJECTED BECAUSE THEY HAD
FLAT FEET. Others were turned down because of color-
blindness, deafness, or other physical or mental defects.
"There are but few physically nt persons In the large
cities or this country." declared Examining; Surgeon Rose,
we gee our oesi recruits xroxn xne country towns ana
The new recruiting order, which went Into effect on the
1st of January, has brought a number of men to the head
quarters In the Federal building. Under the new system
substations have been established in small stores, barber
shops, and other business places In all sections of the city.
The above Is an extract from the "Buffalo Express,"
printed March 1. 1912.
We would advise you to read that very carefully, and
give it serious consideration People who have foot troubles do not nec
essarily hae to be FLAT FOOTED, as very often those who suffer the
most excruciating pain are those who have abnormally HIGH arches, and,
consequently, when Nature tries to warn them by pains In the back,
knees, or limbs, or verv often headaches and nervousness, they do not
pay much attention. If TOU have any of these symptoms jour only
course should be to AT ONCE consult our phj siclan In charge, and MAKE
SURE Consultation la FREE.
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We Have Moved to Our
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e aive Herald farUKM contest rates.
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Ask for The Velvet Kind" Ice Cream. SAVE THE CAR
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good for 10 votes. One pint good for 20 votes. One quart good
for 85 votes. In freezers save coupon. One gallon good for 125
If you want to sell yoor aatlqnea, os
If yoa are eoUectlaar aatteaea. tals la
1117 Eye St. xr
Wt HeraM tXMM coatct Tat.
Tba MlnUter of Sweden and
Ekengren have taken poaaeaalon of their
new home, 1H0 N Street, for tba season.
Mrs. Oeoraa von It. Kayar, wife of the
Secretary of the Navy, has gone to New
Tork slid Joined her dtufhters, the
Misses' Meyer, at tba Hotel Belmont.
They will not return to Washington unUl
after the election.
Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Robert Kennon
Brans, who arrived In Atlanta, Oa., re
cently, have leased the Howard BeU
bouse at the corner of Feachtree and
Mr. and Mra. Walter Tuckerman will
give a small danoe at their country borne
at Edgewood to-nignc
Miss Helen Fargo Squiers, daughter of
the lata Herbert O. Squiers, former
United Stataa Minister to Cuba and to
Panama, and Mr. William Astor Dray
ton are to be married In St. Matthew's
Church at Bedford. N. Y... November .
The engagement was mnnounced In Eng
land last July. Mr. Drayton la the son of
J. Coleman Drayton and a grandson or
Miss Eleanor Carroll Morgan, daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. James Dudley Mor
gan, and Miss Helen Monmonler, of Bal
timore, will spend the winter In Paris.
They will leave Ntw Tork Saturday on
the Oceanic Miss. Morgan said good-by
to her friends yesterday at a small tea
at the home of her parents at Chevy
Mm. Trueman H. Newberry, wife of
the former Secretary of the Navy, is
expected to arrive in Washington to
day and will spend a few days at the
Qrafton while her residence In Sixteenth
Street Is being put In order.
Mrs. Richard K. Cochran will be at
home this afternoon from 2 to 6 o'clock
at the Aurora Apartment. 1W V Street
Northwest. She will hate with her Mrs.
Richard V. Snow, her sister, who win
leave here Saturday for Durham, N. C
The marriage at St. Paul's P. K.
Church. Richmond, of Miss Polly Robins,
daughter of the late William Todd
Robins and Mrs. Sally Nelson Robins, to
Lieut. Russell Sydnor Crenshaw, of the
United States Naiy was celebrated on
The officiating clergyman was tne nev.
W. Russell Bowie, rector of St. Faul'a,
the bridegroom having as his best man
Iieut. W. T. Smith, of the navy. The.
groomsmen were Ensign H S. Dessy
and Lteuts. P. M. U Bellinger. U D.
Cansey, G. 31. Courts. S C Hooper, R.
Undsey Walker, and Thomas Gordon
Ellyson. all of the navy, and Lieut.
K. -Calhoun, of the United States Army.
The bride who was given In marriage
by her brother. Lieut. Augustus Warner
Robins, instructor at West Point, was
gowned In white charmeuse with court
train trimmed with point duchess laea
and embroidered In pearls. Her tulle
veil was caught mlth orange blossoms
and she carried a shower bouquet of
lilies of the valley. Her matron of honor
and sister. Mrs. Maurice Johnston Lunn.
of Oxford. Pa., wore yellow charmeuse
and carried white chr santhemums
The bridesmaids, wearing short frocks
of white lace with yellow meteor pan
nlera. their bouquets being of yellow
chrysanthemums. were the Misses
Sarah Stuart, of BrlarcIlnT Manor, :
T.: Helen Glenn, of New Tork; Susie
Selden Dimmock. of Newport News. Va..
and Gertrude Crenshaw. Pattle Cary,
Imogen Warwick, and Emma Gray
White, of Richmond
A reception, attended by several hun
dred guests, followed the ceremony at
the residence, on Franklin Street, of
the bride's aunt. Mrs Horace Jones.
Upon their return from a wedding jour
ney Lieut, and Mrs Crenshaw will be
at home In Annapolis. Md
The bridegroom Is a member of the
Westmoreland Club, of Richmond, and
of the Army and Navy Club, of Wash
ington The bride, who has a lyric so
prano voice, has spent the last three
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Tk) Standard of Anuria
Can You Afford
To Ee Economical
,, ' We all know that coal bought' by the
ton is cheap as compared wfth coal
bought by the bushel.
With clothes the really cheap
domes cost most in tne nrsr instance.
Pay $10 for your boy's suit and over
coateach will always look best and
wear best. ' '
Pay a cheap price at first and you
pay acariy in inc cna. -
Next to. importance to quality is va
riety and the New Boys' Shop can best
satisfy you in both respects.
For boys of 7 tov18 years are the
typically American Double-breasted
Suits, with' soft roll, two and three but
ton models. The British styles are rep
resented in single and double breasted
knife and box pleated models and "Nor
The overcoats are In two types for
senior boya of 10 to IS. years, and junior boys
of U to 12 years. The variety Is great
vbuuio iu uiurc a suiiaoie mouei zor every
pnue oi Doy or youtn.
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A. LISNER Boys Shop on Second Floor. G STREET
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Our teas will bear the closest investigation
and sampling carefully selected from hand
picked leaves of the finest quality and blend,
imported direct to us. We recommend our
G. G. C. & Son't India and Ceylon (Red Label), 1-2 lb., 25c.
G. G. C. t Son's India and Ceylon (Green Label), 1-2 lb., 40c
If you have not our price list, we will be
pleased to mail you one it will help to de
crease the high cost of living. You can phone
your wants tor large or small orders.
Grocers G.G.Comwell '& Son, Inc.
and Importers 14 15-1417 H Street N. W.
The Strongest Can Made for
Other Ash Cans from $1 up.
Steel Furnace Scoops... 50c
"Rival" Galvanized Iron
Ash Sifters $1.50
The "Hustler" Rotary
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Radiator Brushes 40c
Stove Polishing Brushes, 25c
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years In New York under training- for a I """'
prefessional career, and Has given con-
Our Stock of Teas
There Is no one article that yon want
with a better flavor, mora delicious, or
sareeabla than the tea you aerva. We
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Fresh Meats and Provlsloaa.
Boms Dressed Poultry and Game la
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av tu Crown Tops.
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Da. J. 3la Myers. StT Pa. Ave. BT. W.
certs In New Tork and In East Orange,
Mr. Jesse William Mer. of the United
States Reclamation Service, was married
yesterday to Miss Frances Virginia
Maher, daughter of Lieut, and Mrs.
George B Maher. The Rev. Father
Blschoff performed the ceremony in the
Church of the Nathlty. Only the Im
mediate family were present.
After an extended trip Mr. and Mrs.
Mer will be at home after December
IS at 1300 Madison Street.
Mr. Christopher Smith, the newly ap
pointed second secretary of the Nor
wegian legation, who succeeds Mr. de
Slorgenstlerne, has arrived In Washing
ton. A dance will be given by the ladles
and officers of Fort Myer. Vs., on Mon
day evening In the administration build
Miss Alice Willard Boyd, daughter of
Dr. John C Boyd, U. 8. N- and Mrs. Boyd.
will be married to Dr. A. Camp Stanley, 17.
S. N retired. Tuesday, December 3, in
Epiphany Church. Dr. Stanley was -.re
tired from the navy the year following
his graduation. He is now a practicing
physician in wasningion. lit. and Mrs.
Boyd and Miss Boyd returned -to Wash
ington t recently and opened their res!
dence In Twenty-second Street, after
spending the summer abroad.
Commander and Mrs. Reginald B.
Belknap have returned to Washington
from Lenox, Mass.
Miss Amelia Tredway. of Washington,
is the guest of Mrs. Henry C Huff at
her home In Baltimore.
Mrs. Edwin Ashley Lewis baa re
turned to Washington after visiting her
mother, Mrs. L. Tiernan Williamson, In
In order to get their home In Dnrjont
circle in readiness tor me winter. Mr.
and Mrs. Edson Bradley are spending a
few days in Washington prior to going
to their snooting dox in Mora Carolina
for a few weeks.
' t -LleuU,
Commander Leigh C. Palmer, U.
8. N.. and Mra Palmer have, returned
to- their apartment In the Dresden after
spending the. summer at Bound Rock.
N. I. Mrs. Palmer will make a visit at
her home In 'Atlanta, Ga., soon. -
place at noon Wednesday In the new
Spanish Chapel of Our Lady of Hope,
l.th Street, between Broadway and Riv
erside Dre. hew York City.
On account of mourning the ceremony
was quietly celebrated, only relatives and
a few intimate friends being present. The
Rev. Mgr. William P. Hayes, chancellor
of the diocese, and the Rev. Father
Adrian, rector of the church, were the
offlciatinir clergjmen The church was
decorated nlth palms and autumn foli
age, and during the service there was a
violin solo by Percy Colson. who played
the Meditation from "Thais."
The bride wore a gown of white satin
trimmed with old point lace, also a tulle
veil held by a coronet of orange blos
soms, earning a bouquet of lilies of the
valley and Bride roses. She wore among
her ornaments a diamond pendant, a gilt
of the bridegroom s mother. Mrs. Willis
Polk. The Misses Agnes and Lucy Page
Brown, sisters of the bride, were the
bridesmaids. They, wore costumes of
chiffon and satin In pastel shades of Pink
and bine trimmed with touches of sable.
They wore large black velvet picture
hats trimmed with a band of sable aad
small pink, satin made roses. They car
ried bouquets of pink Klllamey roses
and daisies. '
Miss Sara Pryor Dodge, a cousin of the
bride, was the flower girl. Her costume
At Old Point
pselal Friday ana Saturday
Round $3.50 Trip
NORFOLK tt WASHINGTON
NEXT WEEK JSSfc- fct
Elaotlon Rtsms read firm ataa TataAmr niite-
A. H. WoodT Suitmm itcxical OSarlnc
Tba Frass Lobar Intsrnaiional Comie Opera Ssoceah I
Cast and euemoU. an. Oicbtatra of fa
At 8:20 '
LEW FIELDS Presents
In NEVER SAY DIE
Xor Plar la Three Acta bjW.E Post sad
William Gorte. i
Wed. A Bat. itata. Sa to CJO: aliMm. to Sjaaj
JTEXT WEEK-SKiTS MOW
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was of white lingerie trimmed wish baby
Irish lace. She carried a large basket of
pink Klllamey roses.
Mr. Earl Miller, of San Francisco, was
the best man, and the ushers were Fred
erick Sherman, a cousin of the bride
groom, and Edward Eyre.
After the ceremony there was a break
fast for the bridal party and relatli.es of
the Pryor home. 3 West Sixty-ninth
Street. Mr. and Mrs. Moore will sail for
Paris on Saturday on the Carmania.
After completing his studies at the
Beaux Arts Mr. Moore and his bride will
return to San Francisco.
fauls Catholic Church. Invitation. .
the wedding have been sent out by Mr.
uiu jura. t niie.
Mrs. Samuel B. M. Toumr. wlf nf th.
superintendent of Soldiers' Homo. h
returned to Washington after a visit In
the West lasting several months.
xne Blue Goose Club held Its Hal
loween party last night. Old-fashioned
games, old-time dances, and other mys
terious mystics, such as are character
istic of Halloween pranks, were featured.
Among those Invited were Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Bowling. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
R. Coles. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. El
liot, Mr. and Mrs Charles Bradley. Mrs.
John F. Gibson. Dr. Frank E. Gibson)
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Foster. Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Grant. Mra Alexander
Long. Miss Annie C. Long. Mr. Samuel
yj. uuraeue. .miss Alice : Fllli,,,. ,.
fend Mrs. W. S. Macdonaid. Mr. and Mrs"
Charlea Lonir. Mr. ami Mr p
McC. Smith. Mr. and Mrs Walter Mc
Donnell. Mrs. W. C. Lambert. Mr. and
Mrs. W. TL Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. George
v.. nippara, air. ana ilrs. Parker H.
Sweet. Mr. W. Seaton Trunnftll Hf. .
Mrs. W. A. Williams, and Mr. and Mrs.
George E. Corbett
All Tola Week. Twice Dau.
Tee Moat Stnitlonal Act is Vaodarffla.
H AR DEEN
The Handcuff Klrr. vho vlll Xtcapa (rem taa Oahfc
bratal CRAZT CBIB. FRIDAX XIOBT.
Six Othtr Onat Acta oo the BUI.
DOUBLE B1U, ELECTION MOOT".
MATS. TDES, THCR3.. AND EAT.
THE LITTLE TEIIEIFOOT
A Plar ApceaHnc to Men. Wcrarn auttSB
Min ft JEFF
THE BIO SHOW
STARS OF STACELAND
FIIIDAX .MGUT-Tllfc COUNTBT STORE.
Extn Midnitnt Perfarma&ce oo XSectlan Nlstit.
NEXT WEEK THE PACEMAKERS
The; wedding of Miss' Katrina Jage
Brown, daughter of. Mrs. 'Arthur Page
Brown and granddaughter of former Jus
tice' Roger A. Pryor. to Austin Percy
Moore, son of the lata Charles Moor, of
can 'jrrancisco. ana svsamsesi of the lata
Mr. George B. Rives, secretary of h
American Embassy at Rio de Janeiro. Is
arjendinir hla vfnttnr. .i t.iB t..A .
Baron and Baroness Hartmann Ernst h')hm'8- Mr- ?lves ' the son of
von Schlothelm. of Berlin. Germany, the "? wle nuiuun t- Kives. AsHstant Sec
former a lieutenant in the First Regl- f?taJrir .of8tate. during President CTeve-
ment of the Grenadier Guards, have ar
rived In Baltimore for the wedding of
the latter s sister. Miss Dorothy Paine,
and Mr. Tllghman Goldsborough Pitts,
to take place November 7. at Emmanuel
Protestant Episcopal Church. They are
stopping with Mrs Clinton Paxton Paine,
the mother of the baroness, at her resi
dence, 111: St Paul Street.
MaJ. von Herwarth. military attache
of the German Embassy, and Capt. Boy
Ed, naval attache, have returned to
Washington from New Tork, where
they witnessed the launching of the new
battleship New Tork. '
Mum L0Ulse'Mactas White, dauahter of
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch U. White, and Mr,
il Ml J - .. I iL,:ZZO WvZ Za 1. JT "VT?" msa "ra. Enoch I White, a
TVfTTWtSBkaaV-" i- U BrT?d'J:la fW- WUllain Henry, Waggaman are
-. ' "aSWisiiiBlii, iao Mtalatar to tba MMMav to 8rrle4 Thursday,-No vasaber n,
G A YETY
Two Prrfonoanota Daily By
THE GAIETY GIRLS
Headed br that tajeat of Oermaa Cceaodla&a,
And a brilliant cast of eumedr priodDlca,
NEXT WEEK THE GINGER (USUI
Special FREE CABARET. Election Niaht. msa
11 to 1 A. M. Leuad win lor rrtnraa.
land's last administration.
MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. Adolphus Greely
have returned to Washington and opened
their residence in Q Street. Miss Rcse
Greely Is letting her brother-ln-lan and
sister, the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Adams.
at their home In Hudson. N. Y.
The first concert of the Washington
8ymphony Orchestra will be gUen on
December 10 under the direction of Mar
tin Strannage. This was decided at a
meeting of the directors of the body held
yesterday at the residents at Mr Snhi
Hinckley, 1S23 Sixteenth Street North-' brated All Halloween t.t ni.h. v
wt. I Ing dinners at the New 'Wliiant wr. n.
Other details of the first concert of the i and Mrsl Jamev Dudley Morgan, tba
KMoa wlU be announced Uter when the I Turkish 'Ambassador. Zla Pasha, and
laea for holding the function and thelSenor d' Arena.-d Lin. - - .v.
Kograauna have beta determined. Th Portuguese LagaUoo. "'
meeting yesterday was attended by all
the members of the board, and It Is un
derstood that the orchestra will begin
the season of 1912-13 under favorable con
ditions, nnd that Its concerts will be of
more than ordinary excellence.
Among the Washlngtonlans who csle-
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