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' edualed m ricfcneM- of result ;tit sow daneteruer oars
showing: Not ohIV jioe'it mfo?5lai .nmnhiB
and the'wide drrersifjrof patterns asMmeVproportkm "that caa-
not, be appreciated except .upon, personal inspection.- With it all,
quality stands foremost Every piece, is of thefinest American
make and portrays the mastery of "art which .cutters .mtist attain
to find representation here. 'BrillianV scintillating piecesjfor eery.
requirement, whether it be for practical table service or an anni
versary remembrance or wedding feiftTlYe hefieve our showiAg
is unsurpassed, i not unequaled, incite comprehensiveness, and
completeness. - n v ,
'Prices. $1.00 to $900. '
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at ta tha " DIMesaatfe vCaraa
Uaefttl and Attractive
Umbrella J art
EVER has the variety
been so great in sizes
and shapes suitable t0
any hall! Mottled' effects, mat
green and ivory finish' pottery,'
Japanese wares, Rookwood pat
terns. A feature worthy , of at
tention is the generous size of
the openings which permit the
cart of the maximum number
.of umbrellas. The range of
prices is unusually large.
$1.95 and upward. '
Etched and Cut Glass
JUST a small assortment, in
a variety of shapes and
patterns, in daintily etched
and cut designs. -The desirable
6-ihch-size, with wide opening.
We obtained these under such
favorable circumstances as en
able us to offer them at
Filth flaor-O A.
BsAInf Dishes' in
MONG Dishes in brown
and white: ware. are at
tractively A shown with
piercework nickel frames.. Va
rious shapes, and the earthen
ware is -of -first quality. Also
Round and -Oval ' I$e Plates,
Bean Pots, Ramekins, and Cas-.
Especial attention, is. invited
to Baking Sets, consisting of
Casserole, with nickel frame.
and two Covered Baking Dishes
with1' Custard Cups, in -the
brown and white ware. 'Service
able and faygienk, and unusual
ly auracuve m appearance.
$1.95 to $3.25 the set.
Colonial Glass Salt and"
A Special Value. -
SMALL lot of Colonial
Glass Salts and Peppers
just received is offered-
at much less than usual. A
plain, neat receptacle that
matches well with the most re
fined table appointment. The
usual price is 25c
Special price, 18c the set.-
Jardinieres, Fern Qishcs, and
".. iCut-Elbwer Vases.
CV XJR ass&rtments;were, never more appealing in their splen
1 -did-. diversity of. patterns, sizes, arid shapes. For practical
w utility or decorative effect, the many different kinds of
wares, their plain or elaborate ornamentation, make choosing here
easy and satisfactory: N
JARDINIERES, with" stand, in the rich and attractive Anco
Pottery, are now displayed in extensive variety. $1.95 to $3.00
each. , i
CUT FLOWER VASES, in mat green, old ivory, and Anco
Pottery, are in many shapes and sizes. 25c to $3.00 each.
FERN DISHES in a number of wares, plain and. decorated;
numerous sizes and shapes. 50c to $3.95 each.
ARTIFICIAL FERNS, in sizes to fit the Fern Dishes. 25c
to 75c each.
CLAY FLOWER POTS AND SAUCERS of the' best
quality, from the smallest to the largest sizes. A complete
showing to fulfill a special demand from our patrons. 5c to $1.25
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tba Vw wmard, aa dldJtr: CharMa A.
Donalaa. Dr. JuMtDudltr Korean. Mr.
Aloaao BHaa, Cot Steia,' Mr. -Wardman.
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taehaa of tfca 0naa Kmtaaiy alio
ted aeppcr at tka botal wtdla nataeJaa
to tba ratnmi.
At tba Playbooa Capt , Jaaxa
ArchOald aad aba. Archibald
amonrthoaa drlns asppar partUa. Tba
club waa tba aeeaa .of many partlaa Jaat
night. Wlraifor. tba alaAion ratnrna
were iaatallad tor" the oocaaios. Tba
anppar-'parUea wars follovad by dano
ins aad brldtw: Amoor tha 'guaata of
Mr. and Mrs. Archibald wara Mr: and
lira. William Barrat Ridgoly. .
lira. Jtaalua. MaeMnrray and bar
daiiffhtar. Miaa Ethd MaeMnrray, cava
a dinner laat nlgbt at their hbma'and
aftarward took their saeata to tha tha
aur to bear tha election ratnrna. ''
Mr. and Mra. Short Adam wnila wara
botta at dinner Uat night at their resi
dence in Nineteenth Street, and took
their gneata afterwarda to Chaae'a ape
'dal tbeatrloal performance at 10M
o'clock to bear tha election, return.
Mr. and Mra. Robert Tlteh Shepard
entertained at dinner at their home in
Eighteenth Street but night and later
tbok their' gueata la automobile! to hear
the election returns.
A supper party at the New Wlllard.
given by Miss Marguerite Barbour, waa
chaperoned by Mra. 'Andrew I. Brad
ley. Miss Isabel Mersman, Miss Bar
bour's house guest, waa among those
in the party.
Tba Army and Navy Club waa the
scene of a large number of dinner and
supoeiSvPartles. Election returns were
flashed on a sereen Commander Theo
dore Jewell. U. S. N, retired, waa host
afa large dinner in the dub.
Mr. Robert Scott Humewaa boat at
a supper Party at the New Wlllard.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C Downing hare leased
the residence. 9fc RUlyer Place, belong
ing to Mrs. Joseph C. Hbmblower, for
the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Downing and
their daughters, the Misses Downing,
will remain at the Grafton untfllthe new
bom la .ready for oocupancjv 4-
CapC and Mrs. Bourlgan hare taken
an apartment in the Farragut for the
Miss Mary Blue Hull, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Hull, and XJeut. Lloyd
Burns Magnider, U. S. 'A., son of Dr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Magruder, of this city,
will be married at the home of the
bride's parents In Savannah, Ga., Friday
evening, November 22. 1
Miss Nana Hull will be her sister's
maid of honor. Miss Pauline Magruder,
sister of the groom; Miss EUaa Lamar
Hull. Miss Anna Stevens; Miss Elizabeth
Malone. Miss Sophie Meldrim, and Miss
Ellnor'Shotter will be the bridesmaids.
Only a family party will witness the
ceremony, but a reception will follow
from S to 11 o'clock.
Tba counselor of the French Embassy
and Countess da PeretU de la Rocca, who
are going South for a six-week's stay in
a few days.' had Mr. Catallnl. charge
d 'affairs of the Italian Embassy; Senor
and Senora Conde de San Esteban de
Canonogo, of the Spanish LegaUon; Vis
count Benolst' d'Azy, naval attache of
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THE PALAIS ROYAL
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-A' jewelers wares comprise such
a -large- proportion of all wedding:
remembrances that you naturally
think of our store when one is -to -be
Diamonds and pearls, watches,
'bracelets,--necklaces? and jeweled-
creations, in all the precious metals
ore'ih'ere in magnificent profusion?
J There are the thousands of ','odd
things not to. be found elsewhere,"
having an. originality and exclu-
" sweness which make, them as pleas
ing as articles of far grcaier'ln
Par a most, acceptable gift we
suggest your inspection o'f'our'.dis-.'
play of the famous Tiffany Fabrile
.Class, for which we are-the sole'
T " i
We are showing 500 exclusive
ttyles in correspondence stationery,
both domestic and imported.
Sketches of monogram or other
'designs 'will gladly be submitted
for your 'approval. Theirengrav
ing and stamping is executed by
our, arnsi'WarKmen wno, nave no
You should select your, personal
greeting cards' for Christmas time
at once.' Wehave about 300 differ-
ent styles, aiid of 'each style there
are but 50 cards. By taking the 50
eyoHiwUl have a card which cannot
be duplicated. ' v .
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ieUcc-jind have the? advantage -of
first selection: A " little extr.; time.
.'.for,our, work insures' perfect re-
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the French' Embassy; and M. de Sartlgea,
of the French JEmbasey, lunching, with
them on Monday
Mr. and .Mra., Bawllngs; Hume enter
tained at supper last night and later
took their guests to bear' the election
TBa Duchess de Chanlnes, formerly
Miss Theodora Shouts., is at the' hotel
Powhattan with her small son, the Duke
de 'Chaulnea. spending a few days on
her. way from Virginia Hot Springs to
New"Tork.' where she wffl Join her moth
er, Mrs.. Shonts, and Miss Marguerite
Shonta. Mrs. Shonts has- taxen apart
ments at the Rlts-Carlton for the winter.
tttmm flruh Vbainla Bulkeler. daugh
ter of Mrs. Winiam Andrew QUI. wife of
Cant. GUL V. B. N and Mr. Bayard
Hyde Smith, of San Francisco, .are to be
married this evening in the apartment
of the bride's crandmotber, Mra J. w.
Bulkeler. atthe Portland. Miss Natalie
Bulkeler, the bride'a cousin," win be her
only attendant. The ceremony is to do
performed by Mgr. Shahan, of the
Catholic University, and will be followed
hv a. recentlon. Mr. Hyde 8mtth W1U
take hla bride, to Europe for a year's
Mrs. Taft and Miss Helen Taft closed
the summer White House at Beverly.
Mass., yeeterday.-and Journeyed to' New
York, where they heard the elecUon re
turns last night. They will spend -to-day
nnnnlnr in tha metropolis, and wui re
turn to TVaablngton to-morrow. Joining
the President here. '
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Brooks, Jr., of
Baltimore, are to give a costume dinner
dance Saturday evening at their home
In the Green SDrinar Valley. Fort uam-
son. Invitations have been received here.
Mr." Hugh Iegare. of Washington, was
a guests yesterday at thef Waldorf-Asto
ria, New Tone
Baron von Relbnltz, of the German Em
bassy in Washington, was a guest at
the Rltx-Carlton. New Tork. yesterday.
Mr. Henry White Ua guest ofRear
Admiral French E. Chadwlek, U. A. N..
retired, and Mrs. Chadwlch at Oakwood
Terrace, Newport, K. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Parsons, who
have been at Stoneover Farm in the
Berkshlres, have returned to New Tork.
Senator W. Murray Crane has returned
in niitnn from Utlca. where he attended
the funeral of Vice rresiaeni onerman.
Mrs. Matthew T. Scott, president gen
eral of the Daughters of the American
Revolution, will entertain Mrs. White, the
president general- and naUonal officers of
the United Daughters of the Confederacy
at luncheon In the banquet ball of Con
tinental Memorial Hall to-day at .1
o'clock. Mrs. Scott will be assisted In
receiving by the national officers of the
D. A. B.
ITader Seaeired. leadership ?cf Dr.
Mack, Boston Organisation Is
The first Boston Symphony concert of
tka season was given yesterday after
noon at the National Theater under tha
management of Mrs. Katie Wllaon
Dreena. .Dr. Muck, who hag returned, to the
leadership of the-orchestra after -an ab
sence of several years, waa warmly
It la not to be supposed, however, that
the high plane of the orchestra had
lowered during hla absence. Mr. Fiedler
la a consummate musician, and a leader
of great precision and finish. Ha may
have wanted a certain magla of person
ality with which Dr. Muck Is endowed,
but he undoubtedly made up in careful
drill and truthful readings' of hla pro
grammes. Dr. Muck Is powerful in imaginative
aad subtly poetic Interpretation. Hla
renewed regime is looked, forward to
with much interest.
Tha personnel of the orchestra, aa must
have been apparent to old-timers, baa
undergone some changea A dozen or
more of the old .musicians ere replaced
by new. Mr. Schroeder. the 'cellist, is
one of those who will be moat regreted.
The season opened: with a diversified
programme. The Berlins Carnival Roj
main la Interesting; aa material beauti
fully worked over from the themea of
bis opersv "Cellini." The symphonic
poem of Liszt, one of a set of tremen
dously difficult piano jetudea. arranged for
orchestra, was played with vivacity.
After tha wild, unusual maxeppa music
the beautiful Melsterslnger music was
grateful to the ear.
Beethoven's eighth symphony presents
perilous opportunity for display of
"temperament.'' but Dr. Muck la too
sound an artist to Indulge in eccentrici
ties. The first movements was played with a
skill of treatment .which proves a healthy
sense in both orchestra and leader of Its
humor. The Scberzando Is dominated by
the persistent tick, tick, tick rhythm
characteristic of a metronome. Those
I concert-goers who like to have, their mu
sic aesenpuve 01 somewing or otner
may. If they like, speak of this beauti
ful Scherzando as the Maelzel canon.
The most striking movement of this sym
phony Is the finale, .dominated by a gay
theme In triple rhythm. Tha menuetto
is exquisitely lovely.
Lieut. Commander T. T. Craven. U. S.
N.. director of target pracUce. baa gone
to Old Point Comfort to attend target
practice. Mrs. Craven has returned to
Washington and opened her home in P
Miss Lucy I Bandberg and Mr. Adolph
Sandbero- were amongthe Washington
lans attending the Harvard-Princeton
football game last Saturday. They wUl
be in Cambridge also for the Harvard
Vanderbllt and . Harvard-Dartmouth
Mrs. Truman Newberry, jylfe of the
fnrrrr Secretary of the Navy, who Is
nendlnr m tew days at the Grafton,
will leave Washington shortly and, ac
companied by Mr. Newberry, will. go to
Panama. On their return ' from... the
Canal Zone, they will go to Egypt, where
they will spend tne winter doduu.
Dr. and ''Mrs. Ralph Jenkins have re-
tnTTiMt to Washington and opened -their
residence in Massachusetts Avenue, for
The Boston Symphony Orchestra gave
its first. ;concert of the season ,to'va
capacity 'aud!ence in the NaUonal The
ater, yesterday afternoon, xne uermaa
Ambassador and the Countess, von Bern
stortT "entertained the Assistant Secre
tary of Commerce and "Labor and Mrs.
Nagel, Brig. Gen. Crosier, Mrs. Rey
nolds Hitt and Mme. JusserandTwife
of the' 'Wrench Ambassador. Dr. and
Mrs. Buckner Randolph had aa their
guests lri-lbelr box Mrs. WalterTucker
man. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ran
dolph of r Baltimore. Mrs.., Calderon
Carlisle' and her daughter, Mrs. Walter
Howe,' 'occupied; one of the stage boxes!
Mr. and Mrs. .Cnarlea Campbell. Mrs.
Brinton Btorie. and Miss Belle Hagner
were also in the boxes. Mr. and Mra.
Abraham Listner entertained ' box
PMty. ', " ., , .
. Among .the.many appreciative muslo
lovers in 'the audience .were" Mra..' John
Hay, MK 'and Mrs. Christlan.Hemmlck.
Dr. and Mrs. Randolph McKlm. Mr. and
MrsPuncan' McKlm, Miss MabelBoard
mau. Mrs. TOenben Jennings, Mr. -and
Mrs. Ralph' Jenkins, Mrs, Robert 'Hinck
tr Miss Gladys 'Hinckley. Mia An
gelica, Remey. Rear'iadmlral O'Neal. U.
S. Ni reUred, Mr. Antoinvdo GeWfroy.
Mr. George Appleby, 'and Mr.' Wimam
Bowie Clarke! r j 'TV V
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area -Bronx iqr j-ev.
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Bome.or,iBe,newei aees nxisaa-oaeae
ln'she'new green bronae. These "pleaao
..Tha- Nom&r?brMa 'wntsblsw
OLD FOLKS' CONCERT.
Charck Choir Will Sing Col'
Songs This Evening.
The choir of the North Carolina Ave
nue II. P. Church, under the direction
of Mr. W. H Starnell, the- organist and
J choirmaster, will give an old folk's con
cert this evening. A chorus of fifty
voices, dressed In colonial costumes, will
sing the songs of the olden times.
The soloists will be Mrs. Flora Jackson-Van'
Riper, Miss Agnes Whelan.
Miss Sue Hess. Miss Julia StarnelL Miss
Richie McLean. Miss Lillian Cheno
worth, Messrs. Jack Bowie. Calvert
Bowie, Harry Kldwell. Frank Summy,
J. E. S. KInsello, and Roland Carter.
"Reuben and Rachel" will be sung by
Miss Add Files and Mr. Fred Mitchell.
Mr. Harry Wheaton Howard will be jhe
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Hotel HoDow andjFlat Silverware, OsMswsiti.
Kitchen and Balceshop UtafMib, C6ee Urisi, c
Speckr Crests and DeoonitioM on Chiw and.Gfaw
order; Estimates fuTOshed. . ' ' ?
Special "HoteJ QuaUty Tafcle SUW
Heavily sflver plated oa mcjcel' silver to sire. tht.
wear at small'cost. V'
Our stock tnelndaa" ell aiaHaa' as? skleaiiaja.
Una SpooaJL I . TllaW-ggt
Dulin & Martin Co.,
Pottery, Porcekin, CUam, Gtsst, SOpov 8.
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St.
ORIENTAL FLOOR COVERINGS
, MUGS-CARPETS ,
Ancient and Modern
My fall importations are remarkable for their
exquisite beauty and variety ofjlesignsj
S Established in
j 12 Years.
Show This Week
at our new store, comer
15th and H. Quite the
largest and finest display
we've ever arranged.
Your inspection invited.
J.H. Small& $ons
Corner 15th and H Sts.
New York Waldorf-Astoria,
Don't ABANDON a good
gown Just because you have
worn it a good-deal. Dyed
In onV of the new shades.
you oamnake a new dreas
of 11 at a trivial coat.
2132 Pa. Av.
Prompt call and Delivery Service.
PHONK W. 134S
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'and Ferns NOW, while
our Annual Sale is in
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