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Tor Girls and Misses
So insistent has been the demand for strictly Tailored Coats
for girls and misses that in providing our lines for this season es
pecial consideration was given the marked approval accorded these
garments by our patrons, and we are featuring in our showing'the
distinguished "Tailormaid" Coats, displaying them exclusively for
Washington. They are designed on smart', boyish lines in many
variations of style the double-breasted Norfolk, belted back and
straight box effects, with collars that button close to the neck, or
that may be left open, showing deep lapels. The materials em
ployed are men's overcoatings, fancy mixtures, chinchillas and
other favored cloths of the season. Sizes 6 to 16.
The many points of superiority in style, making and material,
are at once apparent in this line, and the recognition already re
ceived has proved the wisdom of our selection.
We arc also Showing
MISSES AND GIRLS' DRESS COATS
in a varied assortment of exclusive modes in zibelines, broadcloths
and cheviots, bearing many distinctive style features that place the
displays far above the commonplace.
Prices from $8.75 to $25.00
Third floor-G it.
Boys' Suits and Overcoats
BOYS' SUITS Our Boys' Suits have become famous as the fin
est examples of juvenile tailoring and fine tailoring is not all.
Fabrics are all pure wool, and the patterns and designs and
shades of these fabrics are just as particularly selected as we
know how. Reliability and trustworthiness go into every boys'
suit, which compels stability and endurance. There are scores
and scores of styles of the finest character Norfolks in all
variations, double-breasted, and the Russian and sailor blouse
models for little fellows. All ideas regarding style, quality and
supremacy of tailoring liavc been catered to and served to the
best advantage. Clothing that in its excellence of service and
durability will emphasize the advantages of quality and cor
rectness. The lines priced at $5.00, $6.00. and $10.00
Furnish Strong Evidence of Clothing Goodness.
BOYS' OVERCOATS Coats for the little boy or the big boy,
and the boy in between, in the popular new styles a selection
of the best from all the styles that are in vogue this season.
Browns, grays and blues form an assortment of splendid worth
and exceptional attractiveness; warm-looking, protective; very
drc-M- or of smart, loose lines. The chinchilla cloth coats are
particularly good looking. Silk lined, skeleton lined, checked
and plaid linings, some with belt, others semi-belted or full.
All are made with convertible collars. A splendid assortment
from which to make selection.
$5.00 to $16.50 each
TliiM flaor-Nrw Bmlduij.
"Iron Clad" Footwear for Boys and Girls
Correct Footwear is most essential to healthful exercise and
correct footwear for the boys and girls is an attainment that we
are particularly proud of. We have our "Iron Clad" Footwear de
signed particularly for vigorous, growing, healthful bos and girls,
to whom correct exercise is most important. These shoes are
made on roomy, perfect-fitting lasts with extension soles in both
lace and button models. The stock has been carefully selected and
the shoes hac a wearing quality which cannot be excelled at the
Shown in black and tan Russia calfskin and patent coltskin,
the latter with cloth or mat kidskin top; also white Sea Island
Sizes 11 to 2, pair... ....$3.00
Sizes 2'2 to 6, pair $3.50
Sizes 5 to 8, pair $2.00
Sizes Sy2 to 10, pair $2.50
ROUGH WEATHER BOOTS FOR BOYS. Made with
extra high-cut tops, of excellent quality tan calfskin; the soles are
heavy, securely fastened and will stand the test demanded by ex
treme weather and general hard service.
Small boys' sizes, 11 to 13, pair $3.50
Boys' and youths' sizes, 1 to 5l, pair $4.00
Third floor TcElh ft.
Kit Taft mud MlM Helm Tart prob
mblr will Imt Barer.? Fusts on Mon
day for New York, where they wlU
pond a, few day at the Hotel Manhat
tan, "retumlne; to Washington , after' the
MraT Nathaniel France, who la epend-lng-
a few dara In New York with her
liter, Mr. Hush Wallace, has erven up
her residence In N Street and has leased
an apartment In the Connecticut for the
Mr. Albert Klenlln, second secretary
of the German Embassy, and Una. Keln-
lln, who spent the summer In Europe,
hare returned to Waihlnsn and
opened their residence In Massachusetts
Avenue for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ward have closed
their home on Wyoming; Avenue and hare
taken an apartment at the Hotel Pow-
natan for the season.
Miss Eleanor CuIIom Ridsely, whose
marrtace to Dr. Harry Parker will be
a social event of the early winter. wUl
have as her attendants, her sister. Mrs.
Phelps Brown, of Sprincfleld. who will
be matron of honor. The bridesmaids
are to be Miss Alys Downing. Miss Helen
uowning; Miss Dorothy RIdgely, of
i-nica-o. Miss Jane Rldgely and Mlts
Parker, sister of the groom. Mr. John
i .rarKer wni be his brother's best man.
ana ur. unartara. or Baltimore, and Mr.
rhelps Brown, of Springfield. Mass., win
oe among tn ushers.
Mrs. Barrett, formerly Mrs. Basil
Gordon, of Baltimore, who is wen known
her, having resided in Washington be
fore ner marriage to Capt. George
Barnett. U. 8. M. C. has added to her
other accomplishment! hv Wnninp
blrdwoman. Last summer Mrs. Barnett
enjoyed a flight In an aeroplane. She
says the machine trawled at th ml.
of seventy miles an hour and she was
au reet from the earth. She made
trip rrom Stone Hsrbor to Cape May
Point. With Mrs Barnett wan Aviator
iteia. who Is a cousin of Lieut. Henry
M. Mustin, U. S. A.
On account of her mourning the wed
ding of Miss Helen Fargo Squiers.
daughter of the late Mr. Herbert G.
Squiers. formerly American Minister to
Cuba and Panama, and Mr. William
Astor Drayton will be quietly solemnized
on November in St. Matthew's Church.
Bedford. X. Y. Only relatives and In
timate friends hae been invited to the
ceremony, which will be performed by
the Rev. Dr. Lea Luquer. rector of the
Miss Squiers will be given away by
her brother. Mr. Bard MacD. Squiers.
She will have no bridal attendants. Sir.
C Gouverneur Hoffman will be the best
man. There will be no reception, but
after the ceremony there will be a wed
ding breakfast at the home of the bride's
aunt. Mrs. Frank Hunter Potter, Ara
toma Farm, Katonah. N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C Glover will
open their residence In K Street within
a few days for the winter. They have
spent the autumn at their country es
tate, "Westover," where they went on
their return from Europe.
Miss Nannie Randolph Heth. president
of the Southern Relief Society, has sent
out invitations to a reception In honor
with court train, and was trimmed with
old point lacs. She wore a tulle veil
end -a wreath of orange blossoms and
carried a bouquet of orchids and lilies of
the vsiley. Her only ornament was a
string of pearls; a wedding gift.
Mrs. .James Wlgham, of New York; and
Mrs. Gordon Wilson, of Baltimore, were
the bride's attendants. Mr. Phoenix Gra
ham, of New York, waa best man. Thefl
ushers were Mr. tPembroka Jones, Jr.,
and Mr. Lyman Delano.
More than Ave hundred persona promi
nent In the fashionable life of Washing
ton and other Southern cities attended
the reception which followed at Alrlle.
Mr. and Mrs. Pop left the same even
ing on their honeymoon, which will be
spent In the South. Many friends saw
them off on a special train. They will
lire In New York.
Mr. rPope Is well known as an archi
tect 'His bride has been one of the
most acUva members of the younger so
cial set In New York. Newport, and
other fashionable centers for several
years. She was In Newport late In the
ummer, when her engagement was an
nounced. With two Halloween parties, one last
night and the other Wednesday night, a
house party to-night, and two week-end
parties still In prospect, the season's
acUvttles st the Young Women's Chris
tian AssoclaUon Vacation Lodge at
Cherrydale will come to an end. Be
cause they could not secure the use of
the lodge last night, the Young People's
Society of Grace Lutheran Church, about
sixty In number, held their Halloween
party at Cherrydale Wednesday evening.
A really, truly Halloween party was
held at the lodge last night by the
Young People's Society of the Central
The house party at the lodge to-night
will be for women students of Gallaudet.
with Miss Elizabeth Peet. one of the
teachers, as chaperon. Miss Jessie L.
Marriner, association extension secretary,
will take a group of Camp Fire Girls
from Woodward & Lothrop's and the
Palais Royal for a week-end lslt to the
lodge to-morrow and over Sunday. The
Gould class of Calvary Baptist Church.
Mrs. Charles Gould, teacher, will give
a house party oxer the week-end of
next week, after which the lodge will
Miss Mary McCauley, who has been
Malting her brother-in-law and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Donnell Lee. at
their country home In Pennsylvania, has
returned to Washington.
The American Minister to Switzerland
and Mrs. Henry Sherman Boutell have
sent out Invitations to the wedding of
their daughter. Miss Alice Gates Bou
tell, and Mr. John Wood Brooks Ladd,
which will take place at St. John's
Church on Thursday afternoon. Novem
ber 23, Thanksgiving Day, at 2 o'clock.
After January 1 the bride and groom
will be at home In the Wadsworth, Bos
Mrs. T liatton Musgrave has leased
her residence. 1BX Twenty-second 8treet,
tr Mr. Brun. the newly appointed Min
ister of Denmark. Mrs. XI u grave will
spend the winter In Dolestown, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wheatley have
returned to Washington and opened their
residence In Q Street for the winter.
Mrs Andrew Y. Bradley will leave
Washington shortly for Oklahoma, where
None made for Cheap Sales. None Falsely Guaranteed.
Gentlemen need not be nervous their raincoats are in the.
New Men's Wear Shop, the new annex, a distinct shop.
The Women's Raincoats are in the main building. It's
doubtful if-any raincoat is indefinitely waterproof unless it
is the seamen's oilskin coat.
Some raincoats, made for advertising purposes, are utterly
unreliable. You here find only the reliable.
For to-day's special sale unusually good values are to be
offered Men's at $5.00 to $15.00; Women's at $8.44 to
Umbrellas at $1.00, $1.79, $198, and $5.98
The Palais Royal's "Emergency" Umbrellas, for family
and office use at $1.00 have been famous these many years.
At $1.79 are Union Silk Umbrellas that look as well and
wear better than $2.50 Silk Umbrellas. At $2.98 are the
usual $3.50 Silk Umbrellas. At $5.98 are values to $7.50.
Women's and Men's. ,
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER CLOSE 6 P. M. G STREET
A pleasing ornament, to the
home. Brass Musical Gongs
with beautiful mahogany
frame, sweet resonant tones.
Made to hang on the wall or
stand on a table. ,.
Many other styles of musi
cal gongs are displayed in our
brass department first floor.
Dulin& Martin Co.
Psttery, Poreelala, Chlaa,-CTls .
1215 7 St. and 1214-18 0 St
of the national officers of the United ishe will join Mr. Bradley at his home
i s wviMwwttmtmm
C7300 l-lb. loaves to the barrel.
No Matter Who
on Tuesday next CREAM
BLEND FI0DE will still
be the choice of cooks and
housewives who want a
dependable brand of flour.
They may differ on. poli
tics but are unanimously
in favor of
AT YOUR GROCER'S. '
B. B. Earnshaw & Bro.
Cor. 11th and M Streets S. E.
C6tori tilllns tlr. rcuerei danoraS. moUub,
L.CsirslJboratotr Co. -
SB F oT. u. nil L
Adc for drttt'e Sbunpoo Cms.
B Our label redecmibla In C3 000 cocft tot Q
one vott tor each XsQ7 rcprcMstad is tae
null uli prlct.
W Gin Votn In To. Herald's
SPECIAL MIXEI CHOCOLATES,
25c and 40c per box.
$1.00 gallon. 2Sc quart, lSe pint.
M SHJ. St. aw. 1M H It. me,
M 4 H Bt. nr.
Free Delivery to All Parts of City.
ffi kits Herald HB.0OO eoatest votes.
-AltAonga acetylene pa Tas discovered la in, its
iimiibIiiihi M waa not suae poaaiu antu ise.
fli tutifitntn r5
LWAYS one of
our most popular
cials. Order early the sup
ply is bound to go soon.
We make a specialty of
Wedding Decorations. Call
on us for estimates and suggestions.
25.. -14th and H St
We Blre Herald 33400
Will bujr you the. beat" made Three
piece Suit of Clothes. S-buUon, single-breasted
coat with high ' cut
vest and medium peg pants. Tour
choice of all-wool goods.
437 Savanth St. S. W.
WlsbaHraU OUH eaateat vataa.
The total nmnber ef cattle on fanes in the United
State aaa daenaaed nr ant in the Uat St.
Daughters of the Confederacy, which
she will give Monday eenlg. November
11, at the Library of Congress from S
to 10 o'clock.
SlaJ. Gen. William P. Blddle. V. S.
M. C, and Mrs. Blddle are spending a
fortnight In New York at the Hotel
Mr. Gardner Williams and Miss Dor
othy Williams expect to leae Wash
ington No ember 10 for California, where
they will make a brief ilslt. The mar
riage of Miss Williams and Mr. Monror
Eyre Plnckard, of San Francisco, will
take place In April.
Mrs. Burton Harrison, who ha been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fairfax Harrl'on
at Belvolr, Va, wll return to Washing
ton on Monday evening.
Brig. Gen. Crosier, U. S. A., who spent
most of the summer In New London.
Conn , has arrH ed In Washington and
opened his apartment In Wendell Man
sions for the winter.
Mrs. Buckingham Is spending a few
days in Washington superintending the
opening of her residence on It Street for
the winter. She will spend the autumn
at her country estate In Pennsylvania,
returning later on to Washington.
Miss May Williams, who spent the
summer In New London, Conn., has re
turned to Washington.
The national convention) of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy, which will
meet In Washington November 11, will
bring not only hundreds of charming
daughters of the Southland, but some
of the "granddaughters" as well, who
will serve as pages. Mrs. Shrot Adsm
Willis Is chairman of the page commit
tee, and Miss Ida Bowie Is the vice
chairman. The pages are to be:
Pages to the president general Miss
Mildred White. Paris. Tenn.; Miss Nora
D. Randolph. Richmond. Va.; Miss Marie
Talbot. Paris. Ky.; Miss Elizabeth Sloan.
Sloan, Ark.; Miss Anne Seymour Jones,
Washington, D. C; Miss Olive Willis.
Washington. D. C. and Miss Darlington.
Washington, D. C.
Pages to the national oncers Miss
Abel. Miss Nell Baggett. Mlts Agra
Bennett. Weston. W. Va,; Miss Catherine
Bowie, Miss Hattle Bowie, Miss Ruth
Bowie. Miss Marie M. Brown. Mils Mary
Chew, Miss Charlotte Coles. Brooklyn.
N. Y.: Miss Mary K. Compton, Miss
Evelyn Daniels. Miss Douglas, Miss Gay.
Miss F. Graves. Miss Helen 8. Griffith,
Miss Virginia Qrifflth, Miss V. M. Hicks,
Miss Gertrude Hyde. Miss Edith Jarboe,
Miss AnnaMarschalk. Mlts Massle. Nor
folk. Va.: Miss Caroline Morton. Miss
Lucy Morton, Miss Biancne Nlsbit, Ma.
con. Ga.; Miss Mildred Newman, Miss
Eva Peyton, Miss Edith Parsons, Miss
Inez Ryan, Miss Annie Selden, Miss
Irabel Sinclair. Miss Laura Speight.
Portsmouth, Va.; Miss Etta Taggert,
Miss Ada Lee Trantham; Miss Tennant.
Miss Josle Vann. Miss Nancy Weeks,'
Miss feiaine nuuams. ansa Margaret
Williams. Miss r-ansy wnson. Miss Eliz
abeth Zea. Miss Margaret Young, and
Miss Mary Younger.
Miss Sadie Jones, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Pembroke Jones, of New York, waa
married Thursday afternoon to Mr. John
Russell Pope, Jr., also of New York,
near the country piece of her parents,
Alrlla on the Sound, at Wrlghtsville'
Less than a hundred relatives and In
timate friends of the families witnessed
the ceremony, the Invitations havtna-
been restricted owing to the. limited ac
commodations of the quaint chapel4' at
Wrlghtsville, a relic of ante-bellum days.
The Right Rev. Robert Stange, Bishop
of the Diocese of Bast Carolina, officiated.
The bride waa given awav bv h.r
lather. Her gown was or Ivory satin.
Miss Jennie Bell Stone, of Minneapolis.
Minn, and Miss Edna Halt his, of Balti
more, are the house guests of Mrs.
James E. Mulcare In Rhode Island Avenue.
MARGARET H0LLINS BLOOM.
etv Variety of Chryaanthrtunnis
atueil After Sonthero Woman.
Seedling 213. one of the beautiful new
arleties of the chrsanthemum deel
oped this j ear at the got eminent green
house, and now on exhibition at the
"mum" show. esterday received the
name of Margaret Ilollins. after Mrs.
P. S. Hollins. of N'ashillle. Tenn. Mrs.
Franklin Williams, of the Bureau of
Plant Industry and daughter of Mrs
Hollins. named the new plant. The show
will be closd to-day In memory of Vice
PLEASE DO NOT FORGET
to order a supply of Butter to-day. And if you
want THE BESTi of course you will order at
James F. Oyster's, which is recognized headquar
ters for QUALITY creamery products.
Pure Elgin Butter, 33c Lb.
"Four Leaf Clover Butter," 5-lb. boxes, $1.90
Xlf inconvenient to call at our store or mar
ket stands, write or phone your order. Prompt
JAMES F. OYSTER, Itt.
Stands In Principal Markets.
Phone Main 4$:0.
MST KUTIFM. TIUT1E II IKUCt
Attractions Etrafln th S3 ",
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Foraser Star. I 111
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a Co.. with Thos D Diehard, in Htr
"FTrit Lwe" ucxme uveraa Hit. Trie
CnslWi Willi tamllr. Tom Dtasla
tjia Eanaralda blatcra. Butrf jtMimrma
aV Bobbr Uth. ate. t Bis Norattia.
luiWitk-SlM CHIP 1 MART HMILE
In "Tm Land nf tha Dj-kta." F!ir at
Caire. Lrcmi J: Toko. are. Cactloa Mctit.
2 Shaw. Rctnrfii Read. Bar To-dar.
Maryland Democrmfa Meet.
Woodrow Wilson and hli teachings
were the topics of discussion last night
at the meeting of the Bethesda Dis
trict Democratic Club, at Bethesda. Md.
There were about SU) present and the
Forest Glen Band furnished music. The
speakers were Hon. Joseph T. Johnson,
of South Carolina; Hon. E. V. Brock
shire, former Representative from In
diana; Charles W. Darr, and Henry J.
Hunt. E. H. Bogley. president of the
Since bread is the itaJT nf life, and bread to the
Americana means wheat txdalTelr. it Is icrhapa
not surpnsins mat we consumed approximately 567,
000 000 bushels of irheat last sear.
Orlftaal m Imim
More healthful than Tea or Coffee.
Agrees with the weakest digettion,
Ddidoat, kvigorating and nutrkkwi.
Rich milk, malted grain, powder form.
A qnck loch prepared ia a nmte.
Take bo wbstitsie. AjkforHORUCK'S,
tW Other are imitations.
Artistic and Reliable Brass
Beds at Low Prices
Eery bed we sell Is gua-antced not to tarnish. Every bed will stand
the eerest acid test.
This full-size heavy 2-
inch post Brass Bed, satin
J150 Parlor Set Free! The Herald contestant who Is awarded the
$3,000 house and lot will be given this extra award absolutely free.
Lansburgh Furniture and Carpet Co.
512 Ninth Street N. W.
Wc Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest
Matlaeea at 3ilS
i a 2
"E'er Little Movement Baa
Woods. Fraaes & Ledrrer Present
wexT week I Setts Now h SHe
Election Heturcs Tuesday Night.
Mr. RICHARD BENNETT
WUl rreacct s Modern Cbmedr Dram Entitled
"TIE STIONGEI CLAIM"
Br Marciret TombuU.
With Edith Wjnn Mitthbon. Marpnt O'NriU.
COMim I IEIECCA ef
Matloee To-day, StlS.
Jos. if. Gaitea Pretests
Tb funoiis comedy cf 8ex U1 Eurorw n Uufh
Inx at. "FtauaMi ply rer written" Kaiacr
Matf. Vd. ud Stt.
Election returns read from sUce Tuesday cistt.
A. U. Woods' Supra Morioft! Offertcc
Th Insz Lehar International CaeIc Opera Success.
Cart and enftanbit. 100. Orchestra o IS.
LEW FIELDS Presents
In NEVER SAY DIE
Sew I"jj in Th-r Acta br tV. H. Tost asd
Wed. tc Sat. Mat. Se to CM. niftll. Sic to B.CO
NEXT WEEK-SEATS NOW
an art in
which we have
J. H. Small & Sons,
Corner 15th and H Sts.
New York Waldorf. Attorla.
the Ebbitt Crystal and Onyx rooms
will be thrown open for Cafe serv
ice after the theater and once
more the famous "Operatic Four"
will render popular selections.
Everybody Goes to
And that everybody may be comfort
ably served these two rooms are placed
at our disposal.
On Election Night, returns will be
received Ty private wire, and the most
reliable news announced promptly In
the Cafe, the White and Gold Room,
the Dutch Room, the Crysta'l and Onx
G. R SCHUTT, Proprietor.
All This Week. Twk IHUy
The Must Ksensatiooat Act In VauderCIe.
H AR DEEN
The Handcuff Kire srhrt will tVrar frret the Cele
brate.! ClUZT CRIB. FHIDAY NIGHT.
Six Other Great Acta ou the Bill.
lrOLUUb, HI IX ELECTION MuIiT.
ACADEMY nu.2s.ss n m
WaIim I ,urj..alloti.Mc
MATS. TUBS.. THCR3 . AND SAT.
THE LITTLE TENIERFOOT
A Plaj Appealing to Men. Women as CbQdna
Wee., WITT W JEFF "semr,
.tab if I VfiCIIII Mafa'"M
Yon Like LlVCUIfl .jy
THE BIO SHOW!
E5 My Fall Importations Are Exquisite in
tM.g una UUfti uiy JUKI it KjUlurilJgS
gS ' . . f In tlil boose strictly one price
3 A U "'I Stood are narked In plala
S3 Established in
STARS OF STAGELAND
FRIDVi MOHT-TMK cocMBI STORE.
Extra Midnight Ferfonnaitce on Election Night.
NEXT MEEK THE PACEMAKERS
G A YETY
Two Prfrrmaner Daily By
THE GAIETY GIRLS
Headed or that garest of German Comediana,
And a brilliant cast of ecnedr rttncinle.
NEXT WEEK .THE GINGER GIRLM
bredal-FKEi: CABARET. Election Night, from
11 to 1 A. M. Leased wire for return.
FAMOIS SI Variety EAr
Absolutely pure candles.
1217 Pa. Ave. N. W.
We aire Herald tasOO estates votes.
Fresh Meats and Provision
Home Dressed Poultry and Cam !
i m Season.
901 U St. N. W. fkm I. N7
Fbont Orders Promntlir ntHrr.wt
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