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New YorkWASHINGTON Paris.
For. Christmas Gifts. .
Crests, Initials, Monograms, &c, band-embroidered in
any desired style on Handkerchiefs, Table and Toilet
Linens, Bed Linens, Personal Apparel, Ac. Those 'con
templating having such work done should not delay as
in the past several seasons we have been compelled to
i discontinue takine orders fully a month previous tov
Christmas. It is to your own advantage vto, act prompt
v ly the sooner the more beneficial" .
CONFER WITH OUR
ART NEEDLEWORK DEPARTMENT.
STATIONERY AND ENGRAVING
For Christmas Gifts.
Engraving or Stamping Stationery for Christmas presen
tation is an art in which we stand particularly high, it
should be ezactingly correct and we have the ability and
the facilities for obtaining results that will be pro
nounced as the highest in conception and execution. An
nouncements. At Homes, Calling Cards, Receptions. Also
the stamping cf Writing Papers in any color or style
with initials, monogram, or crest. Upon request we will
submit estimates and samples.
ORDERS INTENDED FOR GIFTS
SHOULD BE PLACED NOW.
PERSONAL GREETING CARDS
For Christmas and New Year.
Many exclusive and individual designs are now ready in
these greeting cards, including English as well as Amer
ican productions, in colors of exquisite character that
readily identify themselves with the season. They are
to be engraved or printed with the personal expressions
or greetings of the sender, and are much sought because
they arc far above the commercialized standard.
IMMEDIATE ORDERS ARE ASSURED
OF TIMELY DELIVERY.
The Eckstein Cafe
ESTABLISHED 22 YEARS
beg to announce the reopening of my
cafe for ladies and gentlemen
for the season.
rTlHE entire building has been remodel
, ed, redecorated, and refurnished, and
in appointment is elegant and homelike.
The cafe on the second floor is now one
large room, where every attention will
be assured my patrons, and where the
very best the market affords will be
served by polite and courteous attendants
'who have been in my employ for years.
The Gentlemen's Cafe on the First Floor, where Busi
ness Lunches Are Served, Has Been Also Refurnished.
Charles A. Eckstein
1412 NEW YORK AVENUE
Perfect service in matters
Exclusive Representative for
Washington and Baltimore
World's Most Beautiful
Mason and Hamlin
1330 G Street.
Sheet Music, &c.
0M Sbtcs tepirri
Affer we get through
i with them they look
like new. It costs lit
tle. 'It saves much.
719 Ninth St N. W.
Work Called far and Oallvarad.
We Gin Totes la Tos Bmld'a 18,0a CoetaC
$ 1 Each
Greatly reduced prices
on all Palnis.and Ferns
during Our Annual Sale.
Consult us about
Flowers for weddings,
receptions, and all, other
14th and H J?Sl
We Te BeraM $38460
IF IFS ELECTtlCAL, WE MK IT
Phone M. SSC4. "
CEO. W. PAREZO,
k COS H St. M. W.
ItrIeU Supplies and KorelUes.
w wiv y eiv n ui ttarua s
President Taft will be the truest of
honor of te Lotus Club. , In New Jork.
at dinner Saturday evening; November
IS. Tfils will be the first dinner the 'club
has ever given ,to the President of the
United Statea while In office-
The old resident circle o Washington
win be' Interested to learn that Mrs.
Charles Plnkerton. the only daughter of
President Chester A. Arthur, who has
been very HI In New York. Is recovering-
her health, having first been obliged
to undergo .the surgical operation known
as the transfusion of blood.-
Aa "little Nellie Arthur." Mrs. Plnk
erton was known and much beloved here,
and those who played with her In the
grounds of the White House, as wen as
her friends of later years, will rejolco
to hear that she Is getting better.
Mrs. George T. Mayre, of Washington,
and her sister, Mrs. Moreland Andrews,
who sailed for Europe on the Kaiser Wll-
'nelra, nava arrived In Paris and are
stopping at the Rltz for a short time.
Mrs. Henry Klrke 'Porter and her
daughter. Miss A. M. Hegeman, of
washli'stc-n oijp T-lr-iuuig, ars s pp'ag
at the Hotel de Crillon. in Paris. They
expect to spend the winter on the Ri
The Calvert School. In Baltimore, hss
conceived the novel Idea of Issuing
regular Invitations to the members of
Its dancing class. Several of the society
leaders of that city will act as patron
esses and chaperones; In fact, each
class will be a social function In Itself.
It Is understood that society women
here and In Boston have taken up this
Idea, and will lend their assistance to
select representatlv e children's schools
In their cities, and haye similarly organ
ized dancing classes.
Prominent Washlngtonlans, who enter
tained at dinner In the Chevy Chase
Club Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Poe, Dr. and Mrs. John Crayke
Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Wagga
man, and Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Edson Bradley left Wash
ington yesterday for New York, where
they will occupy their apartment at the
Plaza until December.
Mrs. Wotherspoon. wife of MaJ. Gen.
Wotherspoon. Is spending a few dajs In
The Rev. F. Ward Denys and Mrs.
Denys will be at home on Thursday
afternoons, after December 1. An inter
esting feature of their reception will be
a mu-al programme from 4.30 to 5J0,
when the selections will be from the
Mrs. William Draper and Miss Mar
garet Draper plan to give their annual
Christmas costume ball on the evening
of December K, In their handsome ball
room After the New Year. Mrs. Draper
and Miss Draper will close their home
and go to Egypt.
Mrs Samuel Strudwlck. of Demopolis,
Ala., announces the engagement and ap
proaching marriage of her daughter. Miss
Louise Douglas Strudwlck. to Rev. Mar
vln Rutledge Hefiln. the marriage to
take place very quietly at her home on
Wednesday, November 6
This announcement will be read with
Interest on account of the prominence of
both families. Miss Strudwlck Is a
granddaughter of the late William E.
Clarke, of Demopolis, and is a niece of
Hon. N. R. Clarke, of Mobile. Her
father was Mr. Samuel Strudwlck. a
member of a family known for Its Intel
lect In Alabama, which Is connected with
th- Tutwllers, Youngs, Webbs, and
Wrights. Miss Strudwlck Is a young lady
of charming manners and of brilliant in
tellect. She has scores of friends who
v 111 be Interested In her marriage.
Mr. Hefiln is a member of a family
that has no second in Alabama for Its
brilliant men. He was educated at the
University of Alabama. Vanderbllt. Unl
verslty of Chicago, and Harvard He
has charge of the First Methodist Church
In Tuscaloosa, and no young minister
has a more brilliant future in this high
calling In the Southern Methodist
Church. His hosts of friends throughout
the South extend heartiest congratu'a
tions in his approaching marriage.
Mr." and Mrs. William Buret Rldgely, Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Britton. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas 3. D. Fuller; Mrs. Warner Bayley,
Mr. RtSndaU Hagner, and Sir. George F.
- -"- -
The wedding' of .Mr. Owen Francis
Aldls. of this city, and Mile. Marie
Madeleine Dumas, daughter of the-Comte
and Comtesse Dumas, took place last
week In the greatest privacy In Parts.
The ceremony was performed In the
Church of Salnt-Honore d'Eylau. Only
the nearest relatives were present.
Mr. Aldls has rented for' the winter the
Peter Dudley apartment in Paris, 4 Rue
Eduard-Fournler. Before settling down
there, however, he plans taking his bride
for a trip to Northern Italy. -Venice, and
the Italian lakes.
The bride Is of an old Anjou noble
family. She Is smalt, dark, with a very
clear, colorless -complexion wnal the
French call "matte" and beautiful eyes.
Altogether she Is said to be very good to
look upon, as Chicago ana wasnmgton
people will have a chance to see when
Mr. Aldls brings his bride to this coun
try as he Intends doing next spring.
Their permanent home will probably
be In Washington, where Mr. Aldls has
lived since he retired from active busi
ness in Chicago. He has been a wid
ower for many years, his first wife hav
ing been Miss Leila Houghtellng. a very
beautiful woman, sister of the late James
L. Houghtellng. of Chicago, and of Mrs.
Frank Grlswold, of New York.
Mrs Theodore Tiller has as her house
guest for the winter her sister, Mrs.
Etna Patterson Griffin, of Georgia. Mr.
and Mrs. Tiller entertained twenty
guests at a dance Saturday evening.
Mrs. H. W. Harding and the Misses
Harding, of Duffryn Mawr, are stopping
at the New Ebbltt.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Letter gave an In
formal luncheon yesterday at their coun
try place on the Palisades of the Potomac.
Their guests numbered ten.
Mr. John R. McLean has opened his
home in McPherson Spuare for the win
ter. He passed the autumn at his coun
try estate. Friendship.
Col. and Mrs. Ladd have given up their
apartment In the Parkwood and have
leased the residence, 319 Bancroft Place,
for the winter.
The American Ambassador to Japan,
Mr. Charles Page Bryan, hss arrived In
New York. It Is the first vacation he has
taken In four vears.
Representative David E. FInley. of
South Carolina, and Mrs. FInley, accom
panied by their daughter, Mia Frances
FInley, are making a short stay In Co
lumbia. S. C.
Miss Katherlne Britton. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Britton. Is spending
the week-end with Miss Katherlne Elklns
at her estate In Virginia.
The Army, and Navy Club will have
a private wire on the evening of No
vember 5 on which the election returns
will be received for the benefit of Its
members and guests. Moving pictures
will be shown during the evening.
THE NEW BOYS' SHOP
wScoa4 FJoor of the Grotae Palais Royal, .
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. U jk.
The Russian Overcoat pic
tured to the, left at IS.K U
made with convertible col-
lar and belt back; a full-cut
coat your boy will appreciate.
Sizes 2 H to 10 years.
No. 1- -
The School Overcoat pic
tured to the right at 15.00 Is
of all-wool cloth, made with
convertible collar, and with
and without belt. Size's 10 to
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. MSNER Hours 8 to 6 G STREET
A pleasing ornament to the I
with beautiful mahogany
frame, sweet resonant 'tones,
ilade 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.
Pottery, Foicelata. Cabxa, Osssa
1215 P St and 1214-11 G ft
1 ORIENTAL RUGS
5 Ancient and Modern
Eg Xfie most comprehensive as well as the most beautiful
s une t nave ever snown ts now bang displayed. s
ES a i t i ,B ,Ua siews strictly m price prevails SS
SS A ff 'all goads are saarked la plata Sevres. S
Established in ( v
I B?as" mHstm
Miss Janet Richards returned from Eu
rope a fortnight since, and will resume
the annual current history talks this
morning at Rauschcr's, at 11 o'clock.
Gen. and Mrs. Iloxle, who have been
spending the summer in their home In
Iowa, have returned to Washington and
opened their residence In K Street for
MIs Marguerite Caperton, daughter
of Capt. and Mrs. Caperton, will spend
part of the winter in Washington and
A Dutch treat dinner was given at the
Chevy Chase Club Saturday evening, the
guests attending being Commissioner and
Mrs. Johnston. Commissioner and Mrs.
Judson, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Clayton,
Local Organization Arranges Elab
orate Entertainments for Dele
gates to Convention.
Local Daughters of the Confederacy
are planning brilliant social events for
the national convention of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy, which Is
to be held hare November 12 to 18. An
enthusiastic meeting of the entertain
ment committee, composed of local
daughters, headed by Mrs. R. H. Bab
cock, was held at the New Wlllard last
week ard an Interesting programme for
the convention arranged.
Ono of the principal social events of.
the week will be on Thursday, November
14, at 2 o'clock, when President and
Mrs. Taft will receive the delegates at
the. White House.
The presidents of the District chapters
and Miss Nannie Randolph Heth, presi
dent of the Southern Relief Society, will
also assist in entertaining the guests.
Among others who .will entertain at teas
arc the Colonial Dames to the visiting
Dames among tho U. D. C. at their
clubrooms. Sixteenth and I Streets
Northwest; Mrs. Philander P. Clayton,
Miss Bristol, Mrs. Harriet Turner, Mrs,
S A. Willis. Mrs. Phoebe Hamilton Sea-
brook. Col. Hilary A. Herbert and his
daughter, Mrs. Benjamin Micou.
The entertainment committee is com
posed of the following; Mrs. R. H. Bo
cock, chairman; Mrs. Maude Howell
Smith, vice chairman: Miss Mary Ambler,
Mrs. Robert Bowie, Annapolis, Md.'; Mrs.
J. C. Boyd, the Misses Boyce, Mrs. Cone.
Mrs. Morris I Croxall. Mrs. M. Coleman.
Mrs. John De P. Dous, Annapolis, Md.:
Mrs. Rozler Dulaney, Mrs. William F.
Denr's. Miss Jessie Dell, Mrs. James El
lerson. Miss Clemlnla Gordon. Mrs. R. H.
Goldsborough. Mrs. Martha Glelow. Mrs.
I-ouls Greene, Mrs. Hoes, Mrs. Burton
Harrison, Mrs. Walter Harshman. Miss
Caroline Harold. Mrs. Charles B. Howry,
Mrs. Kate Kearney Henry, Mrs. Archi
bald Hopkins. Mrs. Dr. Hardin. MIs Vir
ginia Jones, Mrs. BenJ. Logic. Mrs. Horace
II. I.urton. Mrs Lindsay Lomax, Mrs.
Andrew Lipscomb, Mrs. Virginia Miller.
Mrs. Edwsrd S. Munford, Mrs. Benjamin
Micou. Mrs. B. Northrop. Chevy Chase;
Mrs. Ross Perry. Mr". Campbell Pryor.
Mrs. Walter Peter. Mrs. Patten, Mrs.
Fannie Ricks. Mrs. Philip Ryan. Mrs.
John Ritchie. Mrs. Leigh Robinson. Mrs.
Harry Rust, Mrs. A. L. Staveley, Mrs.
Snowden. Mrs. Slsyden. Mrs. Shands, Mrs.
W. A. Smoot, Mrs. C C. Tucker, Mrs.
Hannls Taylor. Mrs. Tully Vaughan. Mrs.
Waller, Mrs. John Sharp Williams, and
Mrs. Guy Whiting.
FIND INFANT'S BODY.
GnrwwBe Discovery Made by Man
on War to Church.
Charles A. Vanderllp, of 707 Ran
dolph Street Northwest, while leaving
his home for church yesterday morn
ing, shortly before 11 o'clock, discov
ered the decomposed body of a recent
ly born white infant, under the front
porch steps of the house.
Vanderllp notified the Tenth pre
cinct police. Coroner Nevltt ordered
the body removed to the morgue, but
It Is In such condition that Dr. Nevltt
has been unablo to ascertain whether
the babe was killed.
The police say they have a clew
which probably will result In an ar
rest. The body was unclothed, and a
search of the apace beneath the porch
an art in
which we have
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Corner 15th and H Sis.
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failed to reveal anything that might
aid the police In learning the identity
of the child's parents,
CAMPAIGNS AGAINST SOCIALISTS.
P. J. Ryan Actively Eaawce4 la
Milwaukee Pre-election Battle.
A dispatch from Milwaukee states that
P. J. Ryan, the Washington attorney, la
actively engaged In the Milwaukee cam
paign, fighting the Socialist propaganda.
Mr. Ryan has been In Wisconsin for
some time, and has made speeches In
the campaign as well as advised with
political leaders there. He la expected
to return to Washington this week.
Xatlaeea at 3 OB
arm. and Sat.
ElecticD Betnru TuexUr Nlsht.
Mr. RICHARD BENNETT
Win lliH a Modern Cbmtdr Onuns Kstttlsd
"TIE ST10IIEI CLAIM"
Br Manure TnreboD.
tnth Edith Wjuna MttMjon. Minaret 0'XeOL
S Mecca cf SmiytrMk Fin
E. J. BOWES Fluents
"" "KINDLING" chV..
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Mshts. :& to SM0L
HOME LIFE IS IMPOSSIBLE
TO THE FLAT DWELLERS
Country is Fast Becoming
a Nation of "Cliff Dwell-
a a atWa-ataa.
ers, bays William
That there can be no home life In a
fiat was the statement of William
Knowles Cooper at the first of a series
of evangelical meetings for men being
held under the auspices of the Y. M.
C. A., and .following ou.t the line of ar
gument oi jar. cooper that flat life
means the destruction of the home, so
ciety and the nation, there seems to be
small chance for a. nation that is fast
becoming a nation of "cliff dwellers."
The speajcer argued that flat life elimi
nates the opportunities to create home
life that houses afford. Re said:
' "Sons no longer' know their fathers
ana tamers no longer anow their aons
mother and daughters are no longer in
sympathy with each other and 'do not
discuss those delicate matters which a
loving and careful mother Is In, duty J
uoimi w ujavuB otiui ner oaugnoera.
While Mr. Cooper disclaimed his being
& uicuiuu vi tuo auu noose parry, a
said that the platform of the Progressive
party wa built on the old 'moral! ties, or
the Ten Commandments.
Speaking of present-day ChrlsUanltv
the speaker amid: y.
"It's no longer faaUohable to say there
Is no God. and he who says so has no
standing In polite society. The writings
of Ingersoll and other unbelievers are
almost forgotten. Notwithstanding this!
there Is almost a general diregard of the
existence of uod. which amounts to as
WILLIAM KNOWLKS COOPEK.
BecreUrj of T. li.C A., who thavss dwtfflax ta
ttttjdtm home lite of Jura
much as denying Him."
Preceding Dr. Coopers address. Rev.
Paul R. Hlckok, pastor of the church,
made a short address. Introducing the
speaker, followed by a chorus from
the Armstrong Manual Training' School
rendering a number of vocal selections
under the direction bf their principal. H. I
Bruce Evans. I
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By A. C LUBER & CO., Inc.
NEW RIGGS BUILDING
Cer. G and 15th Sts.
This is without doubt the most notable Turkish Bath
j Establishment in the country. The entire plant is built on
the most sanitary lines. The equipment is the very latest,
and many of the special features are found in no other
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To Ladies and Men From Noon Till 10 P. M. To-day.
A Splendid Musical ProfraBsat Wffl Be Readersi.
Open for Business at Midnight
And Coonauiai Dsy sad Nick Thereafter.
0b opening night to every patroa who pnrchaies a 5.00
ticket, good for six 'baths, we will give as extra batk ticket
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A. C LUBER. Maaagar.'
. Turkish and Russian Baths.
The Riggs Budding, G and 15th Sts.
..-.IJSB ctmm VsodevUIe. Twice Dslhr.
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in a unuusi ventrurjqtdst Act.
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TWO SHDW8 ELECTION NIGHT.
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