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THE- WASHINGTON HERALD. SAOTRTjrAY, NOVEMBER- 30. 1912."
Woodward & Lothrop '
New York WASHINGTON Paris
New Men's Wear.
UNUSUALLY 'ATTRACTIVE DISPLAYS IN
READINESS FOR THE EARLY GIFT BUYER.
Warranty of wear and fashion in every article, and the dis
plays so very broad and inviting, it will be far more, desirable' to
make selections now than to wait for the inevitable Christmas
HECZWEAE Always acceptable; a variety unsurpassed in every
thing to suit refined tastes of every nature 50c to $3.00
SUE HOSIERY Full assortment of handsome new shades; stand
ard qualities, with all improvements that give satisfactory
wear 50o to $5.00
GLOVES All kinds, best makes, lined and unlined.' Shades are
broadly assorted; skins of dependable qualities. $1.50 to $6.50
WALKING STICKS Woods and trimmings that would be recognized
as essentially those for a gentleman to carry... $1.00 to $9.00
BATH ROBES Of many kinds; selected shades; warm serviceable
fabrics; well made and finished .1 $3.75 and up
BATH'SETS Of terry cloth, consisting of robe and slippers; values
that cannot be surpassed..1. $5.00 and $8.00
A Widely Diversified Stock
Of Warm Underwear.
With the thermometer steadily descending, jou are com
pelled to prepare for the winter weather ahead Warm Under
wear is the first necessity. The kind we have will furnish a sub
stantial resistance to the severest weather it's indispensable.
All weights, natural and white. Shirts, Drawers, and Union
Shirts and Drawers 50c upward
Union Suits $1.50 upward
If any better values were obtainable, we would have them.
MaJn floor Nw BalMlnj.
Christmas Gift Displays in
Boys' Clothing and Wearing Apparel.
Nothing is more acceptable to the boy than some article of
high-grade, stylish attire. Our displajs offer any number of sug
gestions to the early shopper. Make use of the vast resources
which it places before jou. There is nothing in 'fine wearing ap
parel that cannot be selected now.
Neckties In a great variety
of pretty new designs; cut silks
in narrow effects and flowing
ends; knitted ties in plain col
ors and cross-stripes; handsome
accordion weaves and two-toned
25c and 50c each.
Blanket Bath Robes In all
desirable shades, perfectly made
and finished; they will afford
real comfort. Sizes 4 to 18
$2.25 to $4.50 each.
Outing Flannel Pajamas The
ideal sleeping garment, in sev
eral choice colorings; finished
with silk frogs; sizes 4 to 18
75c to $1.25 each.
All-wool Sweaters A com
plete assortment of plain colors
and various combinations; ve
neck and button down front;
easy to slip on and off, and are
practically indispensable during
cold weather; sizes 2 to 16
$1.00 to $5.00 each.
SUITS Nothing that we might say in regard to our suits
can convey the variety of the assortments in an accurate manner.
Everything that could possibly be. wanted is shown. Pure, full
shrunk all-wool fabrics that will stand the test of time and wear.
Good-looking shades and the newest styles. The Norfolk is es
pecially popular, and there are many variations in cut and make
that will appeal to those demanding the best. Prices range, $5.00
Wc especially ask your attention
to the splendid showing at $10.00.
Third floor heir Building.
Corner 9th and
Stands in Principal Markets.
Most drugs upset the
Campholine' is an ap
dously powerful and
effective, but abso
lutely harmless; won't
blister. For Coughs,
25 a jr. Drug Shop.
Larzett Mominc Circulation.
Hats and Caps Every desir
able material, color, and shape;
a stock characterized by new
ness and excellence. New Golf
and Hockey Caps.
50c to $5.00 each.
Shirts Fine madras and per
cale, in plain white and pretty
and effective striped and figured
patterns; garments that are
most carefully made. Sizes 12
50c and $1.00 each.
Flannel Shirts and Blouses
Plain blue and gray and light
striped patterns.; verj desirable
and popular. Blouses, sizes 7
to 16 j ears. Shirts, sizes 12 to
Blouses, $1.00 & $1.50 each.
Shirts, $1.50 & $2.00 each.
Rompers Heavy materials
for winter wear; plain colors
and stripes, with long sleees;
sizes 2 to 8 jears.
50c, 75c and $1.00 each.
will order butter at our store
or market stands TO-DAY. If
you appreciate the advantages
of getting butter of DEPEND
ABLE QUALITY at lowest mar
ket prices YOU will be among
Pure Elgin Creamery Butter,
per lb., 35c.
5-lb boxes of our noted Pour
Leaf Clover Creamery, $2.15.
Phone Main 4820.
Makes a desirable sift for Christ
mas. See Our Window Display.
H. E. SPRUGEBANK & GO.
2d St and Pa. Ave. S. E.
Telephone L. 528.
We cire Herald (33,000 contest rwtn.
Pincers which lock when closed, re
quiring consilerable force to open them,
am a California;! a lmcntlon.
Mrs. Taft occupied a box at the Co
lumbia Theater to hear the prima don
na, lime. Frances Alda, yesterday aft
ernoon, her guests being Mrs. Nathaniel
Francis and Mrs. Hugh Wallace.
The German Ambassador and Countess
von Bernstorff entertained et Sinner last
night at the embassy, in ''Massachusetts
Avenue- Their guests were the French
Ambassador and Mme. Jusserand the
Minister of the Netherlands and Mme.
Louden, the Assistant-Secretary of War
and Mrs. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Letter. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllert. Mrs. "Will
lam Draper, Miss Mabel Boardman, Dr,
and Mrs. Kleplln. Lieut. Commander
Maximilian Burstyn. Austrian naval at
tache, and Commander Boy-Ed, naval
attache of the German embassy.
Mrs. Duncan McKlm entertained at a
tea yesterday afternoon. During the re
ception a delightful musical programme
was rendered on the great organ In the
muslo room, which was greatly enjojed
by her guests. Mrs. Randolph McKlm
received with Mrs. McKlm. and Mrs.
Robert H.ockley, Mrs. Clark, and
Mrs. Kdward Burr presided atthe tea
table In the dining-room, assisted by
Miss Jones and Miss Edith Benham.
Washington will be well represented at
the Army-Navy football game to-day.
Among those who will travel to Phila
delphia In the numerous special trains
are the Secretary of the Navy and Airs.
Meyer, who will have the first secUon
cf the special, and their party of twenty-five,
will Include a number of the
young diplomats and several army and
Gen. Robert fahaw Oliver, acting Sec
retan of War. and Miss Marlon Oliver
will occupy the box usually reserved for
the Secretary of War They will also
entertain a large part), and among them
will bo Lieut. Gordon Johnston, v a A.,
and Mrs. Johnston. Capt McCoy, Ma
Wlnshlp. Mai William Lasslter, Miss
rcMa anA fr Unwlnnil RhflV. f TUlM'
ton, who Is a nephew of Gen OIlverNwIH
Join the party at Philadelphia
Assistant Secretarj of the Nay and
Mrs. Beekman Wlnthrop will also en
tertain a number of friends In their box.
among them being Mrs Wood, of New
York, mother of Mrs Wlnthrop.
Col and Mrs Robert Thompson will
probably take the largest party on to the
game, having chartered two special cars
to accommodate their guests, and lunch
eon will be sened en route. Their
guests will Include Rear Admiral and
Mrs Richard Wainw right. Gen and Mrs.
Anson Mills, Rear Admiral Adams,
S N. retired, and Mr Perclval Dodge,
American Minister to Panama, Rear Ad
mlral and Mrs Dunlop. Capt. Grant.
naval attache of the British Embassj
and Mrs Grant. Mr Ekengren, the
Minister of Sweden. Dr and Mrs. Wll
mer. Miss Wllmer, Miss Wood. Gen. 8.
B M Young. Commander BojfcEd, naal
attache of the German Embass) . MUs
Edith Benham. Mls Sykes. Mr Chaun-
cey Ilackett. Mr Reginald Huldekoper
Miss Ilemphtll. Dr Spear. IT S N : Miss
spoon: Mr and Mrs Walter Tuckerman.
Miss Davis. Mrs Turpln, and others
And others among the younger smart
set who will form numerous parties and
go to the game are the Misses Downing.
Miss Alice Goodwin. Mrs. Fitch. M!i
Henrietta Fitch. Mrs. Magruder and Miss
Isabel Magruder. Miss Ethel MacMurray,
Miss Rose uradioru. Mi us corn uarr.
Miss Leila McDonald. Miss Katherine
Crane. Miss Estelle Crane, Miss Ruth
Bradford Wheaton. Jdlss Ruth Watklns.
Miss Adelaide Heath. Miss Doris Ha
wood. Miss Florence Schneider. MIks
Marion Leutze. Miss Marlon Parker,
Lieut, and Mrs Walter Woodson, and
Capt. and Mrs. Mark Brooke
Th" Superintendent of the Naval Acad
emy and Mrs. John Gibbons will enter
tain a number of friends in their box at
the field, and CqI and Mrs George Bar-1
GOOD FURNITURE LASTS A LIFETIME
Ours Is the House of Reliable Furniture and We Sell It on Convenient Paying Terms.
This 3-piece Mahog
any Parlor Set
II IJUIJbJ fir 4f 'Xg&fi&jSQJS vets, and Brussels. Worth l
'I I III LilBBMBHiKlU '&" L A 4X r 4.1 23 and $350 ard. at
i , iim iiiL aftmr 9fMAMA - ... Illlm
I liaVil dlLsBftat Almost a sawng of one- llv jJKfrMi.'-J-B . i f ,. r II '
XMjSaririmJg third- Superb liand-pol- RWpil7 In practical lengths, from I
III i 8 UpTf! y Jmrm sllcd mahogany that gives lijj Wg liilfiia-J. 1 to 5 yanls- All are III
MflHH'flaEHVal "c sfaw fertTnd bcluti- "4i liSp high-grade carpctings, and
lllll WllTH iu1lyC hand-caned. Each Sfjf mvC? '-0iS?P there'f an alm0St e"d!eSS III'
I Ml " ft r E P'ece as 'oosc a,sn'ons f (HaW" LL seIect'on f colorings and li.
This $25 YoulIWantaSetofThesello'SJ101.0! $1.00 1
ssCombina- .00 Dining Chairs
llll jH sSansssHslI i m're It. The sue- K M V II popu ar Tliese are full size bed pillows, ailed with l
III UJ? SjBi dal price is for M A French Ub' mchly purified. odoi-leareati. and covered with Mil
I I III " to-day only. I a hand-pollshed. replenish your needs at halt price. llll
nett, of 'Philadelphia, will entertain
party which will Include the Command
ant' of the Washington Navy Yard and
Mrs. Beatty and Miss Beatty and Pay
Inspector and Mrs. mscoe, .
Miss Flora Wilson, daughter of the
Secretary of Agriculture, entertained
number of friends in her box at the Alda
concert yesterday afternoon. Among her
guests were Mme, de Pezel. wire or the
Peruvian Minister: Mrs. Barret Rldgely,
and Mrs. V. Lee i-nuupe.
The Military Attache of the French
Embassy and Countess de Chambrun en
tertalned at dinner last night In honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Buckner Walllngford,
of Pittsburg, ho are their house guests.
Mrs, Joseph B. Foraker and her
daughter, Mrs. Francis King Waln
w right, of Chestnut Hill. Pa., ore spend
ing a few days at the Holland House In
Prince Gennaro Caracclolo, of Italy,
will arrUe in Washington to-day en route
to Japan and China 'via Chicago and the
The Cuban Minister, Senor Martln
Rlvero, Is 111 at the legaUon, IMS Ver
mont Avenue, with an attack of bron
Mrs. Christian Hauge has returned to
Washington from New York.
The American Ambassador to France,
Hon. Myron T. Herrick. Is spending a
lew days at the New Willard.
Mrs F. B. Wheaton presented her
debutante daughter. Miss Ruth Bradford
Wheaton. to society at a reception yes
terday afternoon. The house was beau
tifully decorated for the happy occasion
with palms and the many beautiful bou
oueta sent to the pretty young "bud
Mrs William L. Wheaton, grandmother
of the debutante, received In the drawing-room
with the hostess and her daugh
ter, and Miss Phelps and Miss Gill pre
sided In the dining-room, assisted by
Miss Mary Lee Fleming, Miss Elizabeth
Hill, and Misa Margaret Wlndom Miss
Wheaton wore a dainty gown of white
charmeuse. caught with chiffon roses
op the draped skirt and waist, and she
carried a lovely bouquet of pink roses.
Mrs Wheaton wore apricot moire
Invitations have been sent out for the
debut tea of Miss Elizabeth Rush Por
ter, who Is to be Introduced b her
mother. Mrs John BIddle Porter, 'and
her grandmother, Mrs. Andrew Porter.
at her residence. 1731 I Street, on Thurs
day afternoon, December It from 5 to 7
Senator and Mrs Porter J McCumber
hae sent out Invitations to the recep
tion of their debutante daughter. Miss
McCumber. on Thursday afternoon. De
cember 12, from 5 to 7 o clock at
Ma Gen Aleshire, U. S A , and Mrs
Abshlro will give a dance for their debu
tante daughter. Miss Dorothj Aleshire.
on Christmas Eve at their residence In
S Street Northwest.
Miss Hazel Cox has sent out Invita
tions' for a large bridge and five hundred
card party In compliment to Miss Flor
ence bchnelder on December S.
Mr Kalpaschnlkofr, Russian attache.
who was 111 In New York for some time.
has returned to Washington and has
taken an apartment at 1731 I Street for
Mr and Mrs Percy Duvall have re
called the Invitations for the muslcale
which the were to havo given at Dower
tTttt Lib loaves to the barret
Own Baking '
, Bread made of CEEAM
BLEND FLOUE is more
satisfactory aud more
economical "than "ba
You arj not only sure
of the BEST bread, but
the greatest possible
number of perfect loaves
to -the barrel when you
AT Y0UB GBOCEB'S.
and all other desired varie
ties. The most superb speci
mens culthated. Shipments
J. H. Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
1 155 Broanway-
House. Maryland to-night, on account
of a serious Illness In the family of Mi
Duvall The muslcale Is Indefinitely post
The engagement Is announced of Miss
Iouisc Wartleld, (laughter of Mr Edwin
Warfield. formerlj Governor of Maro
land, and Count C I.edochowskt. of Aus
tria. l the Pekln correspondent of the
w ork Herald Miss Warfield. who
making a tour of the world with her
brother, Mr Edwin Warfield, Jr. met
Count LedOLliowski In Japan
Miss 'Warfield Is a great beaut) Count
Ledochowskl comas of an old and prom
inent family of the Polish aristocracy. He
Is an onb son and Is stated to be the
owner of large estates In Austria. He
registers as fron- Austria. It was at the
Austrian Embass) in Tokvo that they
met The father of the young lady did
not confirm the. news last night.
The officers stationed at Washington
Barracks and ,,thelrw Iv es have sent out
Invitations lor a -sries or dances, to
bo given at the Officers' Club at 9 o'clock
the first and third Frlda)s during tho
Mrs Archibald Oracle gave a recep
tion Thdnksglving Day at the Hotel
Gotham for the debit of her daughter.
nntlnnrd nn Pace ElclM.
Mi- give llemld JCVnoA conlrat volra.
5,000 Yards Carpet
KrfVVMOlUjKlfefrilaWr HIIUM., .-l-MIUllMLT, CI- MM
Our Ghristmas Store Service
II Ts now earinently ready to serve'
II you with the choicest of "gift" '
articles, suitable for man, woman, 11 f
N or' child, at prices which have made ,
this 'store the Christmas shopping-
center for over a quarter century.
Avail yourself of this "service" .
. that will make your Christmas I
buying-easy and most satisfactory. II
J ' Tt's none too early to start now. IN
DULIN & MARTIN CO.,
1215 F Street N. W.
50c a Doz.
larneys" at a price
that will enable
almost any one to secure
them for decorating the
A large supply, fresh
from the growers, ready
this morning, 50c dozen.
Cor. 14th and H
Ae Klre Tlerald 105,000
contra t vte-
Italy's last census gave Rome a popu
lation In excess of 53S.0GO. an Increase in
ten years of more than 75,000.
Moat Brantifnl Theatra in "
Vttracliona Araalinr tha XL0O Thtalrea.
Daily Mat., Sc t.m., Se. Ste, asd K4
Tilt. I'ltUVIUCVLC FL.VJJ.K za
"WHO IS BROWN?"
Tikra Fmn "1IRH. TEVIPt-CH TET.E-
.BAlf" UEMtr CI.IVi78 -8PIK1T
I'AlNTIMib am lUSOlt OC tb Crn-
turr Boudini bras. RAjmnod ft Cav-
rlr and Uthpra. Next Uaek Iiit
Greatest Musical CciBeib- Tforeltjr.
"THE TRAINED NURSES."!
Iltami U Elihtten. Seren 6oc lilt.
BnUUnt andrtOle. To prrfoimancM aifly.
bcsdexl by th thrilfcnj ooe-ct drama. Tb Thrd
Decree, hy Ffeact llirne ft Co. U tour Slntiral
Hodgea. Smjth k. Hartmaa. eofaciiaju; Mclatjr
Grates, in "On Father a Train; lorya 4 Bad.
In " Golden Enrniry Kenny. .Noted; Jt Piatt,
and Tb Kljtn Haiti."
3 Cents-ENTIRl. lnVEK KLOOE-3 Cents
matin le satcrdt.
DiirtA Fran 13) Mxhta in Ncv Turk.
I'BICKS. 3Cn TO C.
NEXT WEEK-SEATS NOW
SOTHERN and MARLOWE
First Wrt-llan. Ofocn Ado About Nothing
TuesL. Tamir o tho bhrew Wed.. "Borneo ami
Jntiet;- Thnr. "Twelfth Niait FrL. Th Mer-
par. uat. a loa uxa u.
juau orurrs ai anj umc.
Matinee To-day at 2.
THE DE KOVEN OPERA CO.
(UanM Arthur. Mjr )
Grand Opera Star Cast In
ST.?. SEATS NOW SELLINS
MATINLhS WEDNESDVY AND SATURDAY
Charles Frohnan Prrsotai
&!,. PETER PAN
t Mill r rhoaa Order.
Matmto at IJ5. To-nisht at'SJS.
Toull irsret tt if jvn miss it
K. ZIKGFEL1J, Jr Prrienls
A WINSOME WIDOW
75 2IEGFED FAMOUS 8EADTT MIS'
bth"r "ZIEGFELD FOLLIES"
NEXT WEEK slats si.LLia.
Aod his Funom London Comrn7 (Th Liebler
CU. Mtn.1 in Leraaid Sbaw'j Moat.
MAN ANB SIPERMAN
THE WONDERS OF INDIA
SUNDAY f.v3E0l BOMBAY
3151 to DELHI
Asraln nn. 91a( Tiee. IX.
POPULAR PRICES. 25c to $1.00
Matinv Tupfiday and Saturday
John cbolarxx and Original C-aat. la
THE CALL OF THE HEART
A Dnmi 'Way Out ot tha Ordinary.
niLLT B. N ill A LtOKY 11001)00.
THE MERRY MAIDENS
rmenUne 1IARRT FIELDS, tha Ilabrew Ftta-
ttfr. lilia Brcnrjan and Blancha Cartiaa.
FRlDAt MOliT-COUNTET STORE.
Nt Wnk LADY BCCCANEKHA
For tiro tTfofmanci daily
Max Splfscl rr'Eta
And Her Company
With . ondctnl Cast of .
Wwt Tfts Itia IjoUett CtoJH LompanT."
v.i of i TasjsssssaV
Largest stock ever carried. Also Laces,
Dry Oopds. Hosiery and
rVRS. .'. A. MOUDT.
U k!t HtraM S23.0OO eomtut mteav
largest Horning Circulation.