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MODERN idea Ukome
furaiiluiifc arc toward
dignity aad karmony,
and "Handicraft" Furniture
ii exactly in accord with
tkeie ideas. vEyery piece it
designed with i view' to, its
harmonious effect, where
quiet color schemes prevail
'and furniture and walls form
ari Unobtrusive background.
The restful lines and rich,
beautiful and suitable color
ings given- to wood and
leather lend a simple friend,
liness and a feeling of cor.
diality, equality and wel
come wherever it is used.
It is distinctive, possesses character peculiarly its own,
and appeals to the home-builder or the seeker of -furniture
durable, plain and artistic. All of handsome fumed white oak.
Large Hall Clocks, 78 inches iigh, with
Morris Chairs, large and comfortable, with
broad arms ; seat and back cushion covered with
the best Spanish f leather .$22.00
ArnTRockers and Chairs of the. finest white
oak; cushions of the best grade Spanish leather.
Each '. , $8.60
Settees, 48 inches -long, 36 inches high;
high-grade spring cushion seat, covered with
Spanish leather; broad arms $27.60
Small Rockers, without arms comfortably
restful; Spanish leather seat $6.00
Writing Desks, with-' lid and book shelf;
large and small drawer and pigeon holes. $20.00
- Library Tables; large drawer and broad
shelf; dull hammered bronze pulls $16.00
Small Tables; round and square top, with
hammered copper dial and good works. .$6040
Large Davenports; high tack and spring
cushion seat; covered with Spanish leather;
very comfortable and attractive $60.00
Hall Settees, with sole
rleather seat and
Tea Tables; round top; large under
shelf .-. . .$8.60
Library Tables; book shelves at end and
large drawer $26.00
Desk Tables; five drawers and shelf; excel
lent design $30.00
Large Rockers; broad arms and back of
correct height; genuine leather seat $15.00
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Pay WylHii tb irUto
ncMrroCttlM .CilluMe t7Mmit7.
Ladies' Desks, of exclusive de
sign, at prices to please every
body. Illustration shows a fine quar
tered oak, hand-polished Desk
Farlar Set Fxce. We give a. magnificent parlor set to The Herald oon
teatant who Is swarded the 15,000 bouae and lot.
Laisborgh Furniture and Carpet Co.
512 Ninth Street N. W.
( We Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest
A Victory fo Women!
Housewives throughout Washington have again
elected our noted' CREAMERY PRODUCTS to head
the list of table supplies.
The brands of butter we handle have withstood
every test have proved worthy of the confidence placed
'in their quality and purity.
33C pURE ELGIN BUTTER 3c
5-lb boxes "Four Leaf Clover" Butter, 1.90
i-Any quantity delivered promptly.
JAMES F. OYSTERM,
Stands in Principal Markets.
Phone Main 4828
Miss Wilson May
Aid in Y. W. C. A.
Work in the Capital
' When MUi Jessie WUson. second daugh-
j- 01 me iresiaent-elect. comes to the
White House on March i. Washington
T. W. C. A. workers will hare a. valuable
and experienced assistant It Is expected
that Miss Wilson will become an acUre
worker In the local branch. She U al
ready a member or the7 sovernlns bodrd
of that oranlzaUon. and has been n.
zaged In settlement work In and near
Philadelphia for a number of years.
rrarace urown. head of Wash
Instona Y. W. C. A., said last night she
would be glftd to receive the valuable
help which Miss Wilson can give.
"MlSS Wilson Is Ml llnnmallif .it.a
id rellned young woman." said Miss
Brown, "and I am sure she will be of
great aid to us In our work here. She
naa already done much to promote our
organization as a member of the govern
ing board. Mlas Wilson has had wide
Kirai u a settlement wnrk"
When she graduated from h n.it.
i.. " L.U ' - several years ago
Mlas Wilson wished to hmtn. fi
missionary, but was dissuaded from do
ing so; by her father. Her strong philan
thropic nature asserted Itself, and ahe
L ZlPce Detn ne'P" young women
uirouio ine r. V. c. A.
rDKERAL OF MBS HALT.
Funeral services for Hiss Ida M. Daly,
formerly head of the English department
of McKlnley Manuel Training School, and
a lawyer of distinction, will be held Fri
day, morning at the residence of her
mother, Mrs. Alice V. Daly. S
Eighteenth Street Northwest.
Miss Daly has served for twenty-nine
yea as a teacher In the schools of
Washington and leaves beside her mother
and a brother. Cornelius Daly, a lam
number of friends. Friday has been de
clared a hoUday at McKlnley by the
Board of Education that h ..h . .....
students may attend the funeral, and
w tmuuvn at eastern jiiui Hiivii cn
MAmi oa aiiowea ine morning off.
TM attTMUre as yeiUhfl brlda vara
a lovely sown of wktte toocade. draaad
.with doohesM potet.taae aad trimaMd
wtth'pearl-onMiwleats Bar tune and Uea
vatt wma'.keii .ta'flM by coronet at
aa mm earned a shew.
er boaqaat of girdlae) and IHlea of the
Tausy. , a t
Mlsa. IfattJ Balkeler. the hHa.
eontta and er oly atteadajit. was
W w paie BtaK BfoeaM. trbaoed
wltt rare old lace. Sft carried a. hno.
quec or pink roses. -.
Mrs. GU were a Tisiiflwm sen ei
pale lavender, satin. Ska aad her rfanvti.
ter. have only recently retaraed to Waan
lagtoa from Hawaii. Both the brlde'a
xmmuy ana Mr.,Bmtth's nave been prom
inently Identified with tha natdMal
circles of this dty (or years, and the
wcuuini waa n muen interesc to asb-
ingtoniana. -Mr. Hyde-Sn-ith u tha
nephew of the Ittt Mr. J. Henley Smith.
The bride and groom win sail shortly
tor Enropa wnere may wm spend the
The Harvard Mueleal dubs wm give a
concert at the New Wlllard on the even
ing of December a under the auspices of
the Washington Harvard Club. The clubs
have not been heard m Washington for
over ten yeara
Mrs. Short Adam Willis will give a
reception in honor of too Texas delega
tion to the United Daughters of the Con
federacy on Thursday afternoon. No
vember 11 from 4 to 7 o'ctoek. Receiv
ing with Mrs. WOlls will b Mrs. Wil
liam Camming Story, of New York: Mrs.
Cornelia Branch Stone and Mrs. Motile
McGUl Rosenberg; of Qatveston. Texas:
Mrs. Drury Ludlow. Mrs. Marcus
Wright. Mrs. Mitchell Carroll Mrs. Vic
tor KauBman. Mrs. Gordon Jones. In
Thaddeua Clark. " Mrs. Robe, r Lee Henry,
Mrs. William F. Dennis. Mlsa Frances
Nash. Mlts Cary Peachy, Mlsa Nsncy
jones. hiss iua May Henry. Miss En
genla Holcombe Miss Owendolen Denya
ana suss unve wims.
Baron von Relbnlts. of the Oerman
Embassy, and- Capt. VaaaUleff. of the
Russian Embassy, are snendlnr a few
days at the JUtx-Carlton b New Tork.
An hops at the United States Naval
Academy have been canceled during the
period of mourning for the Vice Presi
dent. This order will affect the offi
cers' hop on November t. and the mid
shipmen's hops on-November it and 27.
The Attorney General and Mrs. Wick
ersaam have returned to Washington
from New Tork. where Mr. Wlckorsham
went to cast bis vote.
Mrs. Edward Pendleton gave a dinner
Tuesday night Iri her apartment at
Stonelelgh Court.' Among the guests
were Mrs. Stlmsoa. wife of the Secre
tsry of Wsr: Mrs. Burton Harrison, and
Mrs. Hunt Slater.
aVaS jf'v' ' aHMaS
lEiavit jnrery admirer of
. '"ArtmU and tee
tM f oreoba dJeplay on view,
here tiiia weekv
novelties of our own develop
ment, as well as standard spec
imens of every variety and.
color all brought to perfection
in SmaU'sr gardens, adjacent to'
Equally interesting, though
fewer in number, are new va
rieties ofjioses, embracing the
Lady HilTlngton, the Fire Flame,
and the Mignon, a pink rose
which is now enjoying great
vogue in New York.
Cor. 15th & H.
ii!HlliM mimnmt, nlinle' IhsK
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anponea aaa amucsuc,
Oaaaawara ad mrr
Lama and UetroUera.
bony in London. Is established in de
lightful chambers at U Park Lane, over
looking Hyde Park. -
The Misses Patten have returned to
Washington from the .Virginia Hot
Springs, where they have spent the au
tumn, and have opened their home in
Mrs. Robert Thompson has Joined CoL
Thompson at their residence In Sheridan
Mlas Mary Loretta Acton, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Acton, and Mr.
Bernard Saffell. were married Wednesday
evening at St Stephen's Roman Catholic
Church. Rev. Father Joseph H. Cas-
aldy, the pastor, performed the ceremony,
which waa witnessed by the immediate
families of the oouple ana a lew inti
ABDUL BAHA TALKS
The wedding of Mlas Mary Louise
Brlnker, daughter of Gen. J. H. Brlnker,
formerly of West Point. Miss., and Dr.
WallU & Ivy, of WestTolnt. Miss., took
place yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock in
Gen. Blinker's apartment at the Alabama
An Informal reception followed the cere
mony, which waa witnessed by relatives
and Intimate friends only.
ine unae wore her traveling costume
ot tvnncunina,Diue ciouv ana ner nat
was also of blue and gold. Her sisters.
Miss Zallie Brlnker and' Mrs. Lamar
Ross, of Jacksonville. Mlsa.. were her
bridesmaid Mlsa Brlnker wore a blue
charmeuse dress, and carried yellow
chrysanthemums. The bestjnan was Mr.
O. C Brothers. Jr.
The apartment waa attractively deco
rated with palms, chrysanthemums, and
roses. Mrs. Brlnker wore a handsome
gown of pearl grey satin. Dr. and Mrs.
Ivy left later in the evening for Missis
sippi, where they will reside. They will
spend part of their honeymoon in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Chandler P. Anderson
hate returned to Washington .and opened
their residence In Twenty-Brat Street for
The Cuban Minister at Berlin and Mme.
de Quesada, and then- daughter. Mile.
Aurora de Quesada. who have been spend
ing the past two weeks la their residence
In Massachusetts Avenue, will leave
Washington Saturday for Cuba, where
they win make a short visit.
1 ORIENTAL RtlGS
Ancient and Modern
j 7710 most exclusive, as well as the largest shoving of
Ss rare patterns and designs are here" for your choosing.
JAM) C0VCE1T TO-DAY.'
Wttoaah, dbeotor. at Art Mrsr. at I a.
Msnxy -Wsnassl Anttm."....
SateUon, The Bom M.M.
Bag eddsy, "Gibhr 'GMs"..
BtSaMoa, -HIU t MB". 1 jaaws
w,,a "s nnue-.....8t
BBamts fnsa The J-nH QW.j
ana "Iiaooto naitanlir "-Tifffri
Bldtches, or WrinJcies,
Dr. and Mrs. Fremont-Smith have re
turned to Washington and opened their
residence in Massachusetts Avenue for
the winter. They spent the summer in
Miss Olga B. Karl. and Mr. Bdward H.
Bappington, of Baltimore, war married
yesterday morning 'at U oclook ta the
Church of the Asoanslon. tha v. 3,
Hennlnr Nelms offlclatlng. Tha ferkto
wore her traveling dress of dark brown
corauroy. aaa a atriisa Brown box Bke
earned a bouquet of ysnow oawyaaa-
Her ssald of honor was
- a' ' t ' '?orletftrri.rtes wrevaSa B
Aaas f n gei sao aaaifca ta jlaam.Ssaas.-
" tntm tte Kaflr naddsa.'
5LDS,i55M-.,nSx' ,n natt that
5SS .S.uSu..5S0oJeir1. complexion
?Dy 51 -J1" eompJexfcnTtoithaTaur-
niarnmrfs t whatever. . Ordlnaiily it takes
from a week'to'taa:eays.toTaBlta
the tranaformatioa:' ' rsit.nlX. "EXlzZZ
ac,se ;JB,o fSSJBT.K glSJBj iSJ I
Mt li' -S- T.TT . - wiwro.-
T! "." ire. Biuaa.
Farnum, of this' dtywks wen a eoat
suK.oxi pium-coiorea-DTcaaqotn. with a
Drown nat. and also carried yellow
chrysanthemums. ' -
Among the out-of-town guests here for
the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Bappington. Mr- and. Mrs. A. de Ruses
Bappington and Miss 'Victoria' Sapping-
ton, brother and sister' of the' groom;
Mr. and. Ura, John 'B. Deminr Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbur Miller, and Dr. and Mrs.
Louis DorIellT.aH of "Baltimore.
After the wedding Journey Mr. aad
Mrs.. Bappington will "be' at horns at HIT
St .Paul .Street, Baltimore, Md.
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.The Minister of Bolivia and Mme: Cal-.
deroaljhave jTisttfag them their, son-tn-htwapd'
daugfiter, ScBor Dob . V.
DalllvUn. Jr.; and Mme. Ballrrian. They
will leave herein a dayor jhrosfor New
Tork en, route to SenorSoa Balllvlan's
new post! in' Chile. A number- of fatrwell
dinners -are being given in thejr boaor.
Mme. Calderonwlll acoBJompany thesn
to' New .Tork to see them, b to. Swath
Aniertc5--. . ..-" V. '"
Miss.E&aabeth BeM Rogers, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs-; Richard BsU Rocers, is
vtsltlngfriands In Baltimore,' Md.,
Mrs, Jamas' MrMmsn has: arrived
raaniasroa and' opeeed 'her
m VersjOBt 'Avenue for, the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Chariea Bowen. OjeaslaaL
ox JEvaaston. announce, the
of their, daughter Dorothy to
John Warburtoa'Oatee, p. 8. N.
Head of HoTement Welcomed in
VniTersalist Chnrcn by Ser. -Dr.
Abdul Baha, head of the Banal move
ment, spoko last night at the Church of
Our Father, Universalis--.
In extending his welcome In behalf of
the officers and members of the church
to Abdul Baha, Rev. Dr. John Van
Schalck. the pastor of the church, an
swered, certain criticisms directed against
Abdul Baha and those who accord him
the right to tell his message.
"What we In America need." said Rev.
Dr. Van Schalck. "Is the atudy of all re
ligions. We need to learn what other
nations have discovered: what all great
prophets have proclaimed. If we dare not
investigate others, it proves we have no
real confidence in our own. The men
who have the greatest faith in their own
religion are the men most willing to hear
shat others have to say. Those who will
not listen to others are cowarda. as we
send missionaries to yiur country (ad
dressing Abdul Baha). we ought to wel
come the missionaries you send. Only by
a free Interchange of thought; only by
Sitting uown auu uumui . w.c. .wm.
only by listening to all honest teachers,
can world unity come. We listen to you
with reverence because we believe you
have a vision of the truth, because we
believe you are an honest and fearless
man, because you believe In liberty, be
cause you oppose the butchery of Chris
tians by Mohammedans, because you op
pose the butchery of Mohammedans by
Christians,, because, in substance, you be
Uevaln human brotherhood."
Tha venerable Fenian" teacher, with
flowing white beard.' and cream-colored
lone gown, and turban-llko headcover-
Ing, presented a picturesque figure as he
pa pen 'to ana xro on uio puuwui wui
delivered in low voice bis message which
was translated by Dr. Fareed, one ot his
assistants. Abdul Baha reiterated his
admonition .of universal love,- kindness.
and brotherhood,-and condemned super
stition, saying .that the Balkan war had
been brought about by religious preju
dice and superstition.
"If religion. brings about enmity and
rancor." said the speajcer. "it wouia do
much better not-to have any religion."
He advocated a religion which could
stand the test of science and reason,
declaring that all others were supersti
tion. Abdul Baha made an earnest plea
far" the eauallty'of the sexes, saying that
if woman had the same educational fa
culties as man. she would be his -equal
m every respect.
Abdul Baha will speak at the Eighth
Street Temple at , to-morrow night's
aausaal Xeetiac HelaTim Nlaete-sath
Jhe General Baptist Association of tha
District ot Columbia and vicinity, cotn-
posed. of thirty-nine churches, will bold
Its" annual- meeting In this city this week
at the- Nineteenth Street Baptist Church,
Dr. -Walter H. Brooks, pastor. .The first
session begins to-day at ! p. m. Thurs
day will be Womaa's'Day and the Wom
an's "Auxiliary will have entire charge of
the 'services on .that day.
Tha sessions will be held dally at S and
S P. nv except " Saturday, and will be
open to the public The oncers of this
organisation are: r Rev. Dr. M. W. D.
Norman. 'moderator: Rev. Dr. W. D. Jar-
vla, vtaa moderator; Rev. J.1 Harvey Ran-
aetth, recording secretary; Deacon John
Branon, assistant corresponding secre
tary: Bev. Dr. J. Milton Waldron. corre'
secretary; Rev.- Dr. w. j. how.
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FALL MEETDTG M0IDAT. -
Mmmx mt Trade Win Elect Director
The first fall meeting of the Board ot
Trade will be held at tha Wlllard next
Monday night, when tha tea directors
will be elected. The report of the presi
dent will review the work of the board
during the year.
Eighteen candidates for the directorate
have been put forward and the tea to be
elected will be chosen from this number
by ballot. A buffet luncheon 'win be
served at the dose of the meeting:
The nominees who have compiled with
the regulations of the Board of Trada
are: Dr. Frank E. Gibson. Theodore W.
Noyee, odell 3. Smith, J. Harrr Cunning
ham. E. B. Brooks. Aldls B. Browne,
George W. Harris. Samuel J. Prescott.
John Poole, Frank Paul Leetcfc, Edward
C Graham. Myer Cohen, J. WUmor Lati
mer. Walter C. Clephane. J. MTHer JCeav
yon. Thomas W. Sldwell. Edward T. Cot
laday. and 8.' W. .Woodward.
At tha first meeting of tha. directors
after the election they wm choose the
permanent oncers for tha ensuing year.
BED CB09S RsTaTft
Sevcatr-ave Millie Prlatea far
Sale- at Cferletsaas.
The Red Cross has received n,09D,0W
attractive Christmas seals, which have
been produced for the 1U fmp.ig It
has been announced that practically all
who handled the seals last year have
oeen reappointed, and many new ones
added to the list.
In 1311. M.CS.T59 seals were sold to
5orty-three States of this country; in
Porto Rico, and In the Canal Zone. This
waa an Increase over 1310 of XOeiML
The design this year Is claimed to be
the most attractive yet put out by the
American Red Cross, and greater sales
than last year are expected.
Rev. C. H. Reese HoaoreS.
A birthday party and reception waa
given to Rev. a Herbert Reese, seat
ant pastor of the St. Thomas Eptscoaal
uiurcn. oy memners 01 the congrei
tlon In the parish hall of the church
last night Rev. Mr. Reese has been tha
assistant pastor since last April.
Aluminum Kttcbaa Utsaails.
High-class Kltcaea Cattery.
comnieta iAaaarr swnii
L rnifaa imflnr nsilnasi
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jsspones stoios saw usnwa
Bathroom natures. ,
lusataa. Iron aad Steel
Labor-eavlag' Padsss far Cook
ing, Boasecicaaug. esegs i
lsli It ail 1114-11 ft.
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Good-by forever to hot, wet. dress
shields' and excessive, unnatural armpit
perspiration. Dee PERSPI-NO.
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powder PERSPI-NO. which stops that
excessive perspiration that is unnatural,
wherever It may be. . Ton will never
again have your clothing in the arm
pits soaking wet from perspiration, or
have them "get stiff, fade, and have the
colors run, or have your dress-shields
.curl up like ropes under the arras, if yea
use the "dew marvel. PERSPI-NO. ' No
more fading, staining; or spoiling of
dresses, coats, shirts, or waists. No
more humiliation and perfect misery.
Use -it In summer when it's 'hot: nse U
to winter when wearing heavy clothing.
. PERSPI-NO Is a wonder, too. In remov
ing all perspiration -and body odors tan-
mediately. It Is not a sticky cream but
a 'cooling, wonderful powder. A powder
pad tree in each box.
' PERSPI-NO. sold at drag and depart
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