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-New York-WASMNGTON Parii.
An Unusually Lofrr Price.
Suits of such excellence will surprise you at this low
price. They have just been received and are fashioned of
rich and handsome chiffon broadcloth, of "an elegant lustrous
finish, in navy, black, brown, and taupe.
Their desirability is greatly increased by the, plain yet
beautiful, trimming of velvet. The coat is a modified cut
away model of the latest conception in thj popular and
modish 32-inch length; semi-belted back, tnmmed with a
large braid medallion and velvet buttons. The deej), broad.
Tuxedo collar is of velvet, and the straight narrow sleeves
have a beautiful turn-back cuff of velvet. The skirt is a
smart new style and is adorned with buttons and touches of
velvet to match the coat.
The value is an exceptionally worthy one,"
the maker allowing us a notable price conces- 1
sion in acknowledgment of our busr.'ess rela- $29.50 I
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ity worthy to be marked at $35.00. . j
The Latest Styles in Women's Coats.
A Choice and Varied Showing at $25
Decidedly smart, well-tailored garments, embracing de
sirable effects for sporting, street, business, traveling, motor
ing, and all general wear. They are of these popular fabrics:
oucle Cloths, Broadcloths, Chinchilla, Chev-"
iots, Plaid and Checked Steamer Cloths, Diag
onals, Mixtures, made in the several styles now
To these new numbers are constantly being added, keep
ing the selection at a maximum degree at all times.
Ttlnl (loor-G St.
Women's Autumn-Winter Footwear
Exemplifying the Richest Inspirations
and Conceptions of Shoe Designing.
Especially careful consideration lias been given to Foot-
ear Fashions this season in fact, the carefulness which they
now evidence has been accumulating for the past several years,
since the natural lines of gowning have come intobeing, and
now the standard has reached the summit in quality and in
fashion beauty. As a proof, we refer you to the rich fabrics
and leathers now being used velvets, suedes, satins for the
entire shoe, and also many fabrics used for tops with vamps
of leather. The patterns and shapes are stylish and elegant,
possessing every qualification that human ingenuity, combined
with women's preferences, can produce to please the most
fastidious. An unequaled showing of Tan Boots, a splendid
selection of Black, in button, lace, and blucher models.
$4.00 to $7.00 pair.
Thinl floor Truth flt.
Our Soaps, both imported and domestic, arc made from best
of creams, oils, rc., delicately scented ivith the most exqui
site of perfumes, and after using, leaves the face and skin
soft, smooth, and refreshed.
VERDURA GLYCERINE SOAP, No. 4711
4 CAKES FOR 25 CENTS.
Wc carry a splendid line of Perfumes, Toilet Water, Ex
tracts Face Poivdcrs, &c., of both domestic and foreign man
ufactures. Our price list has lnatiy itemized. You may find
your favorite, lower in price. Ask for this price list. It is
Grocers G.G.Cornwell& Son, Inc.
and Importers 14 15-1417'H Street N. W.
The Woman's Vote
in Washington is unanimously in favor of ordering our
choice Creamery Butter at the SPECIAL PRICES vc
are now quoting.
Select these candidates and you'll be on the winning
'Esse Butter, 33 5,.
5-lb. boxes "Four-Leaf Clover" Butter, $1.90.
You're sure of QUALITY and prompt delivery
when ordering our products.
JAMES F. OYSTER, p
Bunds In Principal Markets.
N. Boaenblatt, Prop.
carlcK lieata. Provision
Groceries; lieata, Provisions.
Home Dressed Poultry.
Home Dressed Poultry.
Order sent tor and deltTamsd.
Phone N. 9M.
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Phone Your Wants At.
Call, write or phone.
Phone Main 4820.
In Good Taste and Appropriate
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Fitted Wtrt, Ooti Cut OUtt pleat, t.for sed
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Forty Myer, Ve., was a mecca for
Washington society at least the yoone
er portion of It last nlftUt when the
officers and ladles of that 'post were the
hosts at a costume dance' in the ad
Mrs. Joseph Garrard, wife or . the
commandant, received the guests, as
sisted by Mrs. Eltinge and .Mrs. Patton,
wife of Lieut. George & Patton, Jr., U.
8. ,A. The, handsome costumes, showing
the styles of different centuries and of
various nations, lent attraction to the
jray scene. Miss Oarrard. daughter of
CoL oarrard. went as a colonial Dame.
Miss Hannah Taylor represented "Even
ing." her dress being light blue chif
fon, trimmed with sliver. Mrs. William
H. Drtggs chaperoned a party from
Washington which Included Miss Julia
Heyi. whose costume was that of a
"Highland Lassie;" Miss Nancy Jones
went as a demure Quakeress. Among
the -other guests were Miss Frances Ef-
flnger. Miss Isabel Crosby, Miss Julia
Crosby, Miss Frances Brookes, Miss
Dorothy Brookes, Miss Calderon, Mr.
Bowling Gait. Mr. Rlsley Hunt, and Mr.
After the dance several Informal
supper parties were given at the quar
ters of the officers. Mrs. George 8. Pat
ton, Jr.. entertained a large party, and
MaJ. John H. Allen was host at another
Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Meyer
will give a dance for their daughters at
their residence in Scott Circle Tuesday
evening. December 3L
Many supper parties will be given to
night by the members of the Army and
Navy Club to hear the election returns.
The main dining-room of the new club
houlfe will be open to lidles and their
escorts, and besides the election returns
moving pictures will be shown.
Miss Natalie Drlggs, daughter of Mrs.
William H. Drlggs, left Washington last
night for Fort Wayne, Ind.. where she
nlll visit friends, returning to her home
In Massachusetts Avenue about the 1st
Mr. and Mrs William Slater and their
daughter. Baroness Struve, will close
their home at Beerly Farms shortly and
sail for Naples. They will spend the
winter in Italy.
The Brazilian Minister to Belgium and
Mme. de Ollvelres Lima and their
guest. Miss Olive Green, of New York,
are spending a few days In Washington
at the Hotel Grafton.
Mr. and Mrs T. Franklin Schneider
will Introduce their debutante daughter.
Miss Florence Schneider, to society at
an afternoon reception Monday, Decem
The date for the wedding of Miss Clara
Louise Row ell and Mr. W. Edwin Rus
sell, of Louisville. Ky.. has been set for
Saturday evening, November 23, at the
home of the bride, 1804 R Street North
west. Mrs. Smons, wife of Col. Thomas W.
Synions, U. S. A, will leave Washington
next week for Pittsburg, Pa., where she
will make an extended lsit.
Mr. and Mrs. William Boardman. who
spent the summer at their country es
tate In Manchester, Mass.. hare re
turned to Washington and opened their
residence In P Street for the winter.
Mrs. Joseph Austin Walker has an
nounced the engagement of her daugh
ter. Miss Eugenia Bird Walker, to Mr.
Douglos Gllmore Stoner. of this city.
The wedding will take place at the home
of the bride. In Atlanta, Ga.. during
Secretary and Mrs. Knox spent the
week-end at their estate. Valley Forge,
Pa. Mrs. Knox will accompany her hus
band on his prospective isit to Panama.
The marriage of Miss Josephine Waring,
of RockviUe, Md.. and Mr. Edmund
Leavenworth Beach, of Bridgeport. Conn-
took place at the pastoral residence of
St. Matthews unurcn, wasningxon, yes
terday at noon. The ceremony was per
formed by the pastor, Mgr. Thomas S.
Lee. The bride was attended by her
sisters. Mrs. Eleanor M. Clopper and
Mrs. Henry P. Hardy. The bridegroom
had a best man his nephew. Sir. Nelson
Miles Beach, third, of Bridgeport, Conn.
Miss Waring is a daughter of Henry
Basil and Rachel Clopper Waring, of
Montgomery County. Md.. granddaugh
ter of Henry and Mlllcent Brooke War
ing, and great-granddaughter of Henry
Basil and Susannah Darnell Waring, of
Portland Manor, Md. The bride wore a
costume of wistaria cloth, with hat of
el vet to match, a necklace and brooch
of etruscan gold and topaz, an heir
loom In the Waring family, and carried
an ivory bound prayer book.
Mr. and Mrs. Beach left after the cere
mony for a Northern trip, and will spend
the fall and early winter In Rockvllle,
Md , and later make their residence In
Washington, D. C.
Sir. Edward B. Wlnslow, United States
Consul to Copenhagen, and Mrs. Wins
low are visiting their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L.
WInchell. Jr., In Chicago. They are ex
pected to leave within a fortnight for
Virginia Hot Springs, where they will
remain for a few days. Mr. and Mrs.
Wlnslow will Join their daughter. Miss
Anna Delia Wlnslow, in Copenhagen
early in December.
Comte Louis de Sartige. newly ap
pointed third secretary of the French
Embassy, has taken an apartment at
Rauschers for the winter. At present
ne is stopping at tne new willard.
The Duchess de Chaulnes and her lit
tle son, the Duke de Chaulnes. have left
the Virginia Hot Springs, where they
have spent the autumn, for Washington.
Mrs. Frank Turner Moorhead hat re
turned to Washington and opened her
resiaence m Connecticut Avenue for the
Hon. Henry White, former Ambassador
to France, baa returned to his home to
vote from the Virginia Hot Springs,
where he and Mrs. White have been
spending the past two weeks. Mr. White
will visit Rear Admiral French E. Chad
wlck. U. 8. N., at bis home In Newport.
R. I., during the week.
Mrs. James F. Barbour and Miss Mar
guerite jjaroour gave a dinner on Run
day in honor of their house guest, 'Miss
Isabel Mersman, of 8t- Louis. Before
returning to her- home. Miss Mersman
win visu nm Alice vandergnft.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mettler celebrated
the twelfth anniversary of their wed
ding with a recepUon last week at their
h?m,f .ln JfJ1 Stnt- "A tare number
of their friends were present to congrat
ulate them upon the anniversary. The
house was' beautifully decorated with au
tumn leaves and flowers. Dancing and
music occupied the, gnesU during the
evening. MUs" Met tier-played several se
lections on the organ. Mra. Mettler was
assisted by Mrs. Murphy in receiving
her gnests. Among-those present were
Sr5n5"1' J- "'' r. and Mrs.
E-J.Wtf' fT-f Un- f-'Wimter. Mr.
and Mrs. C. Tosxm, Mrs. W. Miupby.
Mrs. E. Evans, Mr. M. Fabey. Mr. H.
Galniley.. Mr. Turner, Mr. H. Pop, Mr.
H. Taylor, Mr. Hall, Mr. Hutchinson.
Mr. 8plecr. Miss E. Mettler, Miss L.
Moreland. Miss L. Evans. Misa E.
Evans, Miss M. Tolson, Miss M. Evans,
Miss N. Halt. Miss M. Graver. MUs M.
HofTman.1 Misa T. Wolf. Miss Straten
and Masters Frank, Joseph, and Henry
Miss Marguerite Berenice Springer,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E.
Springer, and Mr, Rosirell Abbott Bry
ant, of New Tork, were married Novem
ber I af the suburban home bf Mr. and
Mra Wm. F." Dorsey in Woodslde. Md.
The Rev. Arthur Grosacup, of the
Woodslde Methodist Church performed
the ceremony, which was witnessed by
relatives and a few InUmate frineds. The
wedding march was played by Miss Au
gusta B. Palmer.
.The bride, who was given away by
her father, wore a handsome gown of
white crepe meteor, embroidered with
pearls, and she carried a bouquet of
Bride rosea. Her sister. Miss Elisa
beth B. Springer, acted as maid of hon
or. Her gown was yellow, and she car
ried yellow chrysanthemums. Master
Earle Springer, the small brother of the
bride, strewed rosea and marguerites as
he walked ahead of his sister. Mr. Glenn
C Dorsey was best man.
The house was beautifully decorated
for the occasion, and after the cere
mony a buffet super was served. Mr.
and Mrs. Bryant will reside at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey for the present.
Mr. Abbott, when at Georgetown Uni
versity, was one of the stars of the Uni
versity's football eleven.
The Eunice Class of Grace Baptist
Sunday school gave a Halloween par
ty Saturday evening at tne residence of
Mrs. J. H. Mills. One of the amusing
features of the evening was the fortune
telling by the Halloween ghost, and
games and music were also Indulged in.
Refreshments were served later on. the
dining-room being attractively decorated
for the occasion. Those present were
Mrs. J. H. Mills, Mrs. H. C. Schwartz.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Keithly. the
Misses Glads Mills, Edna Schwartz,
Edna Struble, Helen Abrams, Evelyn
Prather. Rosie Schultx, Elsie Funk. L
llth Frydell. Brunetta ter Linden, Katie
Smith, of Baltimore; the Messrs. Leon
Roble, Irwin B. Altmann. Ray Mack,
Sydney Struble, John Willis, Sam Ham
ilton, George Gessford, and Bertrand
The Hon. Kathleen Beresford. daughter
of Lord Charles Beresford, of London,
left Hot Springs Sunday night for Colo-
rado.- where she will Join Miss Cecilia
Coleman, of St Paul. Minn, for a trip
on horseback through the country of the
Grand Canyon. She will return to Wash
ington to be with CoL and Mrs. Robert
M. Thompson during the winter.
Miss Mary Maxon, whose marriage to
Sir. Charles Swan takes place this
month, was given a linen shower on
Saturday afternoon by Miss Margery
Snyder at her home In Fairmont Street.
Sliss Slaxon received many beautiful
presents. Music was a feature of the
afternoon. The house was artistically
decorated In yellow and white.
Mrs. Margaret Griffin Geraghty, of Chi
cago, III , announces the engagement of
her daughter, Helen Elisabeth, to Louis
Charles Bro'seau, son of Sir. and Sirs.
Z. P. Bros-eau. of 40 Barry Aenue
Sir. Brosseau was graduated last year
from Georgetown I nlversity.
Mrs. William E. Annin has returned
to Washington for the winter and Is
stopping temporarily at the home of Sirs
H. E. Jester. 1836 Lamont Street.
Mrs. Slatthew T. Scott will entertain
the president general, Mrs. White, and
the national officers of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy at lunch
eon In the banquet hall In Slemorial
Continental Hall Wednesday, November
13. at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Scott will be as
sisted in receiving by the national offi
cers of the Daughters of the American
Sir. and Sirs. James E. Mulcare en
tertained in honor of their house guests.
Stisses Jennie Bell Stone, of Minneapo
lis, and Edna Balthis. of Baltimore, at
Five Hundred. Amonir those present
were Misses Jennie BII Stone, Edna
Balthis. Katherlne Turnbull, Slargaret
SIcLaln. Emily Bradley, Nevett Claude,
Lila Boiling; Messrs. Rudolph Shedd.
Wilbur Stutts, Maner McComas, Alvln,
Godwin, Sanford Covington. Butler Jack,'
Walter Hardell. and Wallace Mulcare.
At Our New Store
BEGINNING today, and
continuing for one week,
we will have on display an
unusually fine 'collection of
Chrysanthemums of the Rar
Those interested in Chrys
should not miss this
We were the pioneers in
Chrysanthemum Shows, and
our exhibit this season excels
all previous displays, both in
variety and perfection of speci
S New Store,
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UNION SUITS AT $1.00 TO $4.50.
These glove-fitting ribbed Suits are much in favor this sea
son. Here of cotton, wool, and a mixture of silk and wool. Hear
the election news to-night wearing one of these suits and be
insured against cold.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
g Exclusive Oriental Floor Coverings j
pi Ancient and Modern EE
55 The line embodies many of the rarest and most beanti- J
fal specimens ever shown in America.
SB! 4 In thla hems strictly aae Brlre prev.lt. SS
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MRS. MAETHA TEAMMELL DEAD.
Coatln of Pretldrnt Taylor Paste
Awray at As. of Ninrtr-onr.
After living more than seventy jears
In Washington, a part of jhlch time was
spent In the White House. Mrs. Martha
A. Trammell. a cousin of President
Zachary Talor. died yesterday. She was
nlnet-one years old and had lived with
her daughter. Mrs. I. V. Dole. ITS S
Mrs. Trammell was born in Ballston.
Va.. In 182L She was a descendant of
one of the Ia Bower pioneers. Her hus
band, who fought for the Confederacy,
died thirty ears ago Mrs Trammell
was an ardent Democrat, had be!leed
Implicitly in the victory of Woodrow
Wilson, and had expressed a hope to lle
to see him elected.
The funeral will be held at the home
of her daughter at 11 o'clock this morn
ing. Rev. C. Herbert Reese officiating.
Interment will be in Rock Creek Ceme
tery. Mrs. Trammell lea es three daugh
tersMrs. G. A. Axtell. of Kansas City,
Mo., and Mrs. I. V. Doyle and Mrs. E.
L. Chassaynge. of Washington.
PROCLAMATION IS DELAYED.
President Will Slake Thaiiktslvlnc
Announcement When He Retnrna.
Contrary to general custom, the annual
Thankghing proclamation of the Presi
dent will not be issued until after elec
tion. ThW i? due priinarly to the fact ot
President Taft's absence from Washing
ton during the last two weeks. It is
expected that upon his return to Wash
ington from Cincinnati, where he otes
to-day. that the President will make the
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Exclusive Representative for
Washington and Baltimore
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Mason and Hamlin
1330 G Street.
Sheet Music, &c.
Bring back replies, beeause each
order receives the same personal
attention. Irrespective of size.
Ton wilt And our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors. 4c
Ton can safely intrust Impor
tant form letters to us. being as
sured that they will b. carefully
edited and delivered on time.
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ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
Mstrfr Hatlomal Bank BsdMlag,
1406 Q Street
Phase Mala 73641
01. Sbtts iMMiirt.
After we get through
with them they look
like new. It costs lit
tle. It saves much.
719 Ninth St. N. W.
Work Callsd for and Dollvsrsd.
W. Ulr Vstet to Tot Bnsld't SB.0OJ OootnC
$ 1 8.00-
Will buy you the best made Three
piece Suit of Clothes. 2-button. single-breasted
coat with high cut
vest and medium peg pants. Tour
choice of all-wool goods.
437 Sovonth St. S. W.
We stive HeraU gaif.SSS e teat wtea.
COKOMY MEAT MARKE
ITbcrt ffct brt ot goodttoffa taa
bt had at tib leweat prmiltas
print. Urata. Fa, sad PiutttWr.
409 Third St. N. W.
We Gtra Votes la Tb HrraiTa SS.0S Ositttt.
For Efficient '
Home Needs :
Visit our departments of
Glassware. Not'onlv are' the
assortments in' the various
lines most complete, out the
prices are lowest consistent
with best quality wares. J
, All the best known makes
of household requisites, both
imported and domestic, are
Imported Decorated Dinnerwara.
Glassware of every description.
Lamps and ElectroUers.
Agate Nickel-Steel Utensils.
Vollrath Enameled Utensils.
All-White Enameled Utensils.
Aluminum Kitchen Utenslls.-Higb-class
Complete Laundry Equipments.
Imported Molds and Cutters.
Russian Iron and Steel Roasting
Labor-saving Devices for Cook'
Ing, Housecletnlng, &C. "
Dulin& Martin Co.
Pottery, Pareelala. Cklaa, Class,
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St
Vatlaees at 3il3
in. aad Sat.
fcdecllou Uttum. TO.&1CHX.
Mr. RICHARD BENNETT
Will Pnnit t Modern C'onudr Onust Botltled
"THE STI0HGEI CLJUIT
Br Mirnrvt Tamboll.
With Edith Wyno. M-ttblaon. Uirnnt O'MeUi.
Alie JotaawD, Tun MariAy. Milton Brcmlsy.
md Richard Itennsrtt- 4
. iextieek l Stats oi Sale
KLAW A ERLAXGXIfS BIG PRODUCTION
(Direction of Mr. Icm-ph Brookii
1EIECCA OF SIMYIIMI
WITH EDITH TALIAFERRO.
Iw I I WIwMl. MmtB. xve. gat.
lopoUr Mttinee to-morrow. 50c. 75e. fl.
ELECTION RETURNS TO-NIGHT.
A. H WOOD!" sStot Mnjieml Offrnns.
The Kranx Lrhar Intrrnatfoaul Comic Oprr Sue
mi Cut and rrafmNr, IDA, OrrheatTtV rf Kb
Thursday at 4;30
The Yellowstone Park
TRICES. 50r. Wc. B.0B. SEVTS SELLING.
Arthur Hammarsteln Presents
Comrd; Oi.. THE FIREFLY
Tickets. S2.no, fMO. S1.00. T. Arthar
Salth-a, 1ST7 F St. (la Sanders Stay
HOST IEAUTIFOL TIEATIE II AKEItCA
Attrankro JVjTulicg the $2 Tbeatrwa.
Paily Mat.. 5c. ... 2Sc. 60c. A. T5e.
ElerfloB .Mxbt Twt Shon-s
8 iM li- r. m. VuH Tciesraphk Ke
turns Kan No Icrrrnfe in Pn-p.
Sam Chin umA Mttrr Marble Co.
I In -THE U.M OK DKLS." N?w Hit.
rtix & 'airr, in "In Srtirrh f a !.
Lyons ; Yooci. 4 ttccmla, Olite Itmcnr Jkr.
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EJectKwi RrtniTi Rra3 ftura Stag.
K. 1 BOWES PRESENTS MARGARET
Jl I'laj that ha. Tbnlll an Entire Omtlnrar
L HiU. Se to tLW: Sat. Mat.. 2c U fUO.
Mehtj. 5Q- to g.03.
NEXT WFEK-nR-ST TIMK OFF BROADWAT.
WM. 1. BRADY Prrsents
Little Miss Brown
THE LOCPbST LAU;H OF A UFETtUS.
liish Class VaudPTille. Tvnca DslIt.
HUGH EMMETT & CO.
In a brilliant VentnlorjaUt c.
en. SrvIImeTpr It., in ths Cm
MkUlcton. Srullmeypr 4 it... in th Oxwdr riv
4. "4. Tt.iaj Wcmiff : Harrr Rrtwn. li-sruJotttlaf
K Tcisj Ucmns ; Harry Bnen. Mont4
Will Laccr. Tncfc CjcU: th Colonial MusKalTiin.
the Thrr Fnnks Coraedy lovtau, tod Carter to
TWO SHOWS ELECTION NIGHT
M.4TS . TrES.. THfnS AND 8T.
BUD KIStlEK'd OUIGI.NAL CKBATION.
MUTT and JEFF
Ejection Returns Tnedar Mcht.
NVxt Wtfc-TTIE UlXfiBAT F1M1LY.
Two PtYfoRuaces Daitr br
ED LEE WROTHE
FREE-firfit Sew Tork Cabaret Eltrs-tlnn V1a
Show (run 80S to 1 a. m.
NEXT WtEK-'JOLLY ttJLUEa."
YuUkt sivs.wni mi.
The Lttdrr e( Them AIL
WITH AX ALL-STAR CAST.
I Denring Hannoolata to Famous Betatr Cfa9ras.
FBIOAT NIGHT-THB COCXTBT STORE.
Extn MUnlsht Frtfonnanre Election Xisht.
lterurasTbT pedtl Wire Retd from Stage.
Neit Week "THE AUTO GIRLS."
latifial iiflet Arasry
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