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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912.
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Woodward & Lothrop
New York--WASHINGTON Paris
Full Dress Requirements Are
Often Presented to Men.
The growing tendency of presenting Full Dress Requirements
for holiday gifts emphasizes the splendid advantages one has in
making selections from an assortment such as ours, There is
nothing that is not correct and correctness is the main thing
to look for in Formal Dress Requisites
Dress Shirts; coat model, with
$1.50 and $2.00 each.
Plaited Bosom Shirts, for tux
edo or dinner wear
Dress Ties, plain figured and
25c, 50c and $1.00 each.
Silk Dress Shields, in all
$1.00 to $3.00 each.
Knitted Silk Reefers, in black,
white, and gray.
$3.00 to $12.00 each.
Full-dress Vests; white and
$2.50 to $10.00 each.
Mun floor New Boildmc
Men, Women and Children.
Daintv, comfortable and useful, afiording real pleasure to the
recipient. The highest priced stles are moderate enough to al
low their presence upon all gift hst
The Christmas dipla is o extensive
that the selection is casilj made
Tin Suede Opera Slipper'
Tan Calfskin Opera Slippers. J2 50
Tan and Black Dongola Kldskin
Romeos, J2.30 pair.
Tan and Black Dongola Hidskln
Opera Slippers, $LM and JiOO pair
Black Felt Romeos, with leather
soles, 51 0 pair.
Black and Oxford Gray Felt Opera
Slippers, with leather or felt sole"
JI oO pair
Hiawatha and Iroquois Llkskin In
dian Moccasins, beaded and burnt
leather d signs. JL75 and $2.0 pair
Terry Cloth Bath Slippers, all col
ors. 1 00 pair.
For Misses and Children:
Comfj Felt Moccasins, in red pink
light blue and navy, Dutch Kid de
sign tl 00 and Jl-S pair
Red Felt Jullettes, with leather
soles and spring heels, fur trimmed,
tl CO and tl 25 pair
Hianatha and Iroquois ElKkin In
dian Moccasins, tl 00 and tl !j pair
Infants' Soft-sole Shoes. Moccasins
and Ankle Ties, JOc pair
Third floor Tenth st
Umbrellas Suggest an Easy
Solution toMany Gift Problems
Umbrellas find faor with eer recipient, because it is im
possible to possess too mam of them Thc are ahas in need
Our Umbrellas combine -tjle, qualm, and line construction to a
Those seeking some unusual design or cduich noelt
in handles will find here man arieties from which to choo-c
OCR SFECIII. MEN'S DVBIlblXS VT 3.00 Made of ctcellcnt
quality I nlon taffeta silk, with assorted handles, plain and finc wwods,
many of them trimmed with "ilier or gun metal in arioii effe t
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dles of carcd nitlon and natural nd In the litet sli ipe and d signs
SOMEN'S l'HBRKUt at ftoo TO .-. on Hlack twilled and taffeta
silk designed especla1l for women In mourning
WOMEN'S MI.K I inm:LL!S, -" oo I siooo llrge allcty of
styles In all sizes anil shade"
SUIT Cs.SK UMDIIEM.S, $3.00 TO .-. OO.
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Main Hwr-n t
and FIELD GLASSES
Such as we handle make n useful
present that will last a lifetime.
Prices from $3 up
S Power StercO'.Prism Binoculars, J30
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A new machine little larger than a
standard typewriter seals, stamp", and
counts letters at a rate of 7,000 an hour,
irrespective of their size, shape or thick-Sets.
1 1 Main flonr-n t 1 1
Silk Hose; black and correct
50c to $5.00 pair.
White Kid Gloves; perfect
skins and shades.
$1.50 to $2.25 pair.
Gray Suede and Mocha
$1.50 to $2.00 pair.
Pearl and Gold-plaited Shirt
50c and $1.00 set.
Opera and Silk Hats; correct
Walking Sticks, arious
woods, plain and trimmed.
$1.00 to $9.00 each.
Knms Slippers of satin suide.
k tNMn and patent leather, plain or
trimmed with neat pompons bows,
buikles or beads, opera and colonial
soles t3 00 to $6 00 pair
satin Dressing Slippers with wood
Culun heels trimmed with poinjions
In pluck, pink and blue, laxender and
pra JiOO pair
Illmaliva Cloth Uoudoir Slippers,
an imitation of rajah silk in pink
blue and lavender with and without
heeU JL-. and JL50 pair
but.de Dressing fcllppers in lack.
tan erai and red with quilted lin
ing" finished with silk pompons.
tl 0 pair
Telt Juliettes in black red oxford
and ihlnchilla gra with low hetls.
nchl lur trimmed tl 50 ralr
Felt Opera Slippers, with low
heel and flexible leather soles,
ilack red, oxford and nas tl 00
Tailor made Comfj Felt Moccasins
m black, brown oxford, chinchilla
gnj and red. tl 00 pair.
Ribbon - trimmed Pie-Ics Comfy
r-clt Moccasins In Prettj colors,
II -0 pair
Hiawatha and Iroquois riKs-Mn In
dian Moccasins JLoO and J-00 pair.
Patent leather and Cun Metal
Calfskin Dancing Pumps, JIM pair
Tan Kidskln Opera out Houe blip
pers auiae lined tt "fl pair
Oxford Grav Felt Romeo with
leather oks tl i0 pair
for limchion. dinners,
and other social occasions
arc assured bv commis
sioning us to furnish the
Consultation tin itcd
JWWe're already inking nrdera
for holiday delltery. Mowers
J. H. Sma.l & Sons
15th and H Streets
mustard and camphor,
with menthol and other
combined in a clean,
That ' s Mustarated
congestion and pain al
most instantly. 25c
Jar. At Drug Shoos.
Mr she llernld S5,0OO contest roles.
The Tresldent and Mrs. Taft attended
the benefit performance gh en for the Ed
ward Eerett Hals Memorial last night.
Mrs. Taft occupied her box at the Na
tional Theater yesterday afternoon to
hear Mme. Gluck. Her guests were Mrs.
Slater. Mrs. Westccat. Miss Gwynn, Mlsa
Doardman, and Miss Helen Taft.
The French Ambassador and Mme. Jus
serand entertained at a dinner last night
at the embassy in honor of the American
Ambassador to France and Mrs. Myron T
Herrick. The additional guests were Mr
Justice and Mrs Lurton, tbo Secretary of
the Treasurr and Mrs MacVesgh, Mme.
Brjn. Countess de Chambrum. Mrs. Mar
hall Field, Mrs. Hanna. Mr. and Mrs
C C. Gloer, Miss Sara Lee, Miss Mar
Veagh, Senator Burton, the Solicitor Gen
eral, Mr. Bullltf: the First becretary of
the Netherlands legation. Mr Schmolck.
the Second Secretary of the French Km
bassy and Mme de Laboulaye. Mr John
B Henderson, Jr, Mr Benjamin Minor,
nnd the Third Secretary of the French
Embassy, Count de Sartiges.
The German Ambassador and Countess
on Bernstorff were dinner hosta last
night at the cmbassj, in Massachusetts
Aenue Their guests were the Secretary
of the Navj and Mrs Mecr. Mrs Cor
nelius anderbllt, Representative nnd
Mrs. Longworth, Mr nnd Mrs Rowland,
of Philadelphia; Mr and Mrs Beale.
Count and Countess Scherr-Thoss. Miss
Wetmore. Mis Cecilia Ma) Representa
tie Glllctt, the Second Secretary of the
Mexican Embassy . Senor Don Algara. and
the Attache of the German Embassy, Mr
Mr Cornelius Vanderbllt Is visiting
RepresentatHe and Mrs Nicholas Long
worth, at their residence In M btreet.
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Jeffrey Parsons
were hosts at a beautiful dance last night
at their residence in Eighteenth Street
In honor of Miss Rcbekah Wilmer
debutante daughter of Dr and Mri
William Holland Wilmer The spacious
rooms were profuel decorated with
palms and roses pink being the pre ailing
Mr3 Parsons wore an exquisite gown
of petuna embroidered net oter at!n of
tin. some shade and her house guest
Mits Nina Galther. of Baltimore, wore
blue chiffon embroidered in silver and
gold Mrs Francis Jencks and Miss
lencks. of Baltimore, and Miss Georglant
Hopkins, of Philadelphia, are also house
gue'ts of Mrs Pardons
t midnight a collation was -ened in
the handsome din1nr-room. after which
dancing was resumed
The gueMs included Miss Helen Tift
the Attorney General and Mrs Wicker
sham Secretary and Mr" Maceagh
MaJ Gen and Mr I eonard ood Dr
and Mr" Wilmer Rear Admiral and Mrs
Wainw-ight Rear d-nlral and Mrs.
Schroeder Cnl and Mrs Robert M
Thompson Mr and Mrs George Howard
Mr and Mr Lltingston Hunt. Mr ard
Mrs A Garrison McCHntock. Mr and
Mrs. Henr White Count and Countes-Scherr-Thos.
Mr Marshall Field, Mr
and Mrs Jack Riddle Mr and Mrs
Clarence Wilson. Mr and Mrs. Nathin
W"eth Mr and Sirs J Upshur Moor
head. Mr and Mrs Herbert Putnam. Mr
and Mrs George Becker. Mr and Mrs
Ormsb McCammon. Mr and Mrs Walter
Howe. Mr and Mr J MandeUlIe Car
lisle, Mr and Mrs Charles Henry Butler
Mr and Mrs CUi eland Perkins. Mr. and
Mr. Allerton Cushman Dr and Mr
Louis Green. Dr md Mr Duncan Mc
Kim. Col and Mrs. Burr Miss Tucker
man. Mr and Mr Charles Tittman Mr
nnd Mrs Montgomery Mr and Mrs C
C Gloier. Mr and Mr Walcott Tucker-
man. Dr and Mrs Sinclair Bow en, Dr
and Mrs James Slitchell Dr and
Buckner Randolph Gen and
Chase Col an.l Mrs CoM
nd Mrs W W SlatheWIll
I 'VJl, .f"Ju!ru ,TT',C,k MrLrST,w1
Itharles Johnson, Mr and Mr Jamca
Marlon Johnston Pavmater and Mis
.Merrlam. Dr and Mrs Tom Williams
I Mr. irr rhin Mr -n M wi.
ter Tuckerman Mr and Sirs Horace
Westcoat Mr Trant and Miss Trant
MIks Bate. Ml. Lee. SU-s Elizabeth
Porter Mis Brl e Miss Slarion Oliver
SIIs Leila Harrison Mis- Aieshire MI
Katheritit Jemlng Miss Eleanor Re-
burn. Miss Coleman Mis, Ethel I eupp
Slis Joanna Schroeder Mls Iule ""oa irom 01 ixiiu wnere the
Hellen Miss Draper. Silss Whitne). SIls "en' ta,'"fk " dU,-nd the cddlng
Slontgomerv Mls Sophy Johnston. Miss or '31rs Nnecl s nuce
Gladjs Hinckley. Mis Williams Mi ,, ., , , ,,
Hitchcock. .Miss BeatU MI Smon M" n B00,- '" lcave a'hlne
Mlss Nagel Ml-s Burrow the Misses ' n ",au''la for New ork. where sh
Noe the Mlse Perkln Ml Squire, "'" remain until Just before Christmas
Ms Putnam Mi Patter Miss Riddle M.-B Marguarettn Hrool e who is lslt
Miss JIacner T lent Gen SIHes I S 't il Louisville, K . will not return to
Semtor Burton. Dr Charle W al-
eott. Mr John B Henderson Jr , Sir
Jame Hopkins Mr Frederick K SI-n.
Mr loin W ishlngton Da1dge Mr t
H Brooke Mi Du Pont. Mr C C
Glover Ji Mr J'hillp Roblnon Mr
SMiion Mr Cliarles Howard Mr H I
len Mr Cotton mith Mr Gouerneur
IIih' Mr Chiunce llarkctt Mr Rob
ert Hinckl Ir Wright. Mr I.ce. Sir her mother and Sir- r I Hag-in will
William Bowie f I irk Sir Johnston. I make their home with licr
Lliut Ramond Rodgor I "5 X . Mr
Frank Hnt Dr Brian Sir Hard, Sir Tho Commandant of the Mirinc Corps
Spencer Gordon sir William Hltt, Sir. and Mrs. William P Riddle will gie
Gregon Dr Slorrnn Sir Sinclair, dinner on I'ridais Picembcr 11 and 20
Capt little I s sir fetanlcy , Lurlng the latter part of Januiry thoj
Clark. Sir Dalton. Sir Andrews Com- i m be hosts at a dime
niodoro Jewell, V S N retired, the
Slessrs Phillip Dr de Ijnej, Mi Mr and Mrs Sidnn I Bcscliorc an
Robert Stead Mr Wilkinson. Sir roince the marriage of tlitlr daughter.
Flathers, Sir Eubanks Lieut Rockwell. .,- v ,, , . . ... ,,
IT S A. SlaJ liw. V S K. retired, "' ter "iwlmre to Sir William
Sir Hugh Rowltnd Mr Huidckoper, Sir l'rs L-mb on lnda, December 6, at
Gist Blair Mr Marrow Sir Peter, Mr ll,on, at tho home of the bride s parents,
Charles Wilson. Mr Hewington. Capt 31j E Street Northeast Tho ceremony
MeCo). IT s A Mr Thomas Rodgers, was performed b) Rev J Stacbrldc Ster
Mr Charles Rcmci, and Lord Etist ice rttt, rector of All fcouls' Sllsslon, in the
Tercj, Mr Innes, and Sir Kecr, of tlie rrcsence of members of the families of
English Embassj thc bride and bridegroom and a few
The Second Scirctan of the German The bride was attired in white serge
Embass and Slme Klenlln entertained traveling costume and carried a liouquet
at dinner last night in their residence
Iil Massachusetts Wenue
Mrs John Haja Hammond has gone
to the French I Ick Spring bhe will
return to Washington shoitlj before
Sir. John Barrett director general of
the Pan-American Union, has left Wash-
lngton far Atlanta. Gi . w here he will at-
tend a Panama Canal Conference of the
Sliss Marjorie Colton entertained at a
dinner last nteht In honor of M ss Helen
Taft, and she and her guests, among j
whom Hero Commander and Mrs DaM
of Annapolis, went later in the eeninR
to Mr and Mrs Parsons' dance. -
Mrs George Lothrop Braille J. of this
city, is vlsitlne Mrs Charles E. Bailey
at her home in Providence
Mrs. Edward Foote has arrived In
Washington and is isitlng her daughter.
Mrs Ten Ejck Wendell
A distinguished audience attended the
concert of Mme. Gluck at "the National
Theater yesterday afternoon The box
holders, besides Mrs Taft. were Mrs.
Marshall Field, who entertained Mrs.
Robert McCormlck. Mrs. Charles Mc
Canley, Miss Patten, and Mr. Lawrence
Townsend: Col and Mrs. Thompson, who
had with them In their box Mr Justice
und Mrs. Lurton and Miss Sykes, Mme.
Hauge wbis accompanied by Mme. Jus
serand. Mrs. Bryce. and Mme. Klenlln.
In t.e audience were the Secretary of
the Navy and Mrs. Meyer, Mrs. Law
renco Townsend, Mrs James Harlan,
Mrs. Buckner Randolph. Mrs. Hunt
Slater. Mrs. Truxtun Beale. Mr. and Mrs.
William Reyburn, and the Mises Win
slow. Mlts Leila Harrison will make her de
but this ayemoon at a tea given by
her mother. Mrs. George Harrison, and
her aunt, Mrs Edward Qualtrough, at
tho Pla house.
A beautiful reception was glen by Mr.
and Mrs T Franklin Schneider jester
daj afternoon, when thev presented their
debutante daughter. Miss Florence
Schneider, to Washington society at a
Urgc reception at the Cairo The parlor,
ballroom, and dining-room were one
mass of flowers, palms, ferns, bouthern
smllax, clusters of roses and carnations
being used In the decorations The many
bouquets sent the fret'y debutante were
Mrs Schneider wore a handsome gown
of embroidered gray net over gray char
treuse and trimmed with Duchesse lace
and ermine Miss Schneider wore palo
pink charmeuse with an over-drese of
embroidered costal net. She carried a
bouquet of pink roses and lilies of the
Mans members of Washington s resl
di nttal circle, diplomatic and official life
throng"d tho rooms to greet the pretty
Mr and Miss Schneider were assisted
b a large company of matrons and
maid Mrs Cuno Rudolph. Mrs W right,
Mrs Llsner, and Mrs Hlckllng were at
the tea table, and Mrs Ambrose, Mrs.
Man hand, Sirs Cooper, Mr KInne, Mrs
Robertson. Mrs, Dubois and Mrs Clark
Jones were at the punch bowl
Mis, McCumber. Miss Williams. Miss
Lanefte hmlth. Miss Klolse Ornie Miss
CJart Mis Adams, and Mis Shui, all
otl mantes of the winter, received In the
parlors with the hostess, and Miss Lucy
Hok Smith Miss Nell Fletcher. Miss
Henr Miss Grandln. Miss Cox Miss
Woodward. Mls Crenshaw, Miss Rivero
M.s Hunter MUs Cooper and Miss
Blrn assisted in the dining-room
Th re was music for dancing in the
billrou n during the entire reception
Th Fort Mjer hop. which was to take
pint on Sdturdat eenlng, December It.
will be held on Friday eenlng. Decem
bei IT, instead The dance was put for
ward one da on account of the caraboa
ilinn r which will be held on fcaturdaj
Miss llanna Tavlor entertained at a
Urg- card part) la't night. Among her
gums were Miss Julia He!, Mi's Gar
rard Miss Dorothj Gatewood. Slits
Monica de Calderon, Miss Frances Lffln
K r. Miss ivathcrlnc Crane Miss Maltland
Mar-hall Miss Nanc Jones, Miss Mary
! leher Miss Martha Calvo. Miss Sally
W llllams. Miss Anna Corbo. MUs Louise
Robinson, Mls Dorothy Talcott, Miss
-Mildred Fern, SUss Lucy Hoke-!:mith,
Litut North F S A . Lieut. Dickey,
I s A Dr Hlggins, I S A . Dr
Irtor Hammond. Dr Heller. Mesrs
Robblns Grcenr Perry. Hunt. Cecil. Con
nall Smith Ron, and Parker
Mr and Sirs E Rollins SIore hao
arrhed In Washington and are stopping
at the Hotel Powbatan until the residence
thej hae leased for the winter In I
Strut is reidy for occupancy
The Washington Sjmphony Orchestra
will gie its flru concert of the season
this afternoon at the Columbia Theater
Man) prominent soclet women hate
., -,.rt Mr r-hri. Tifirrv.n m i,..
,ne SOoi3t for the occa.ion
' rtm-espntatila an1 Mr. nnrtnn f
T-" " popping at the Hotel Pow'ha-
pcrfturx nnrl Mm Af1-'r ntartolnoi
infor,nall at dinner on Sunday night at
,, ., . .. '
f. 'IoteI p?J,ha,.an as ?U Senate-
J Gorman of New ork It Is the latest
toT ah,nablc "'M EiT' T'
"la ''Sht dinner at that hotel where
"" '?""" orch-s"-a I''s 1"r'nK the
th Wr,n nr fmr- ,j i ,k.
,, Mr. vi .... . , .
J" 6d returned to Washington
Washington until she comes to join her'
i"other upon jer r t irn from New lork .
M,ss Frances Lenjinnn Johnston Is
spendirg a week with hr aunt .Mr
fc lunder JoIinton l 1M2 I Iftecnth
vtreet prior to dis lanteling hei house
-nd Mudio In tliN lis. Mli- Johnstone I
1 now e-tabllshed In New ork where
' lilies of the alli) The decorations
were palms white iliranthcmuins and'
A wedding breakfast wis served, after
which Sir and Sir Lamb left for New
ork and Bermuda On their return
thej will be domiciled at The New Ion.
1440 R Street Northwest, where thc will
be at home to their mam friends after
A tea and saie ' be nc,J at st- KoEe'5
.Technical School Wednesday afternoon.
from 3 to 7 o clock The tea room will bo
presided oer by Mme Juerand. oslst
ed by Mme Loudon wife of the Nether-
lands Minister Mine Rlano wife of the
Spanish Minister Mme Peret. wife of
thc Pcnuian Minister. Mme de Urcuilu,
wife of the mtlltan attache of the Span
ish Legation, ounti de Chambrun
and Mme de LnbouIae, both of the
French Embassj. Mile Marta Calo. and
a number of the j oung ladies of the Diplo
The doll tnble will be In charge of Mrs
Story. Miss Lee. Mrs I'arr Mrs. McCar
thy, and Mls Jledfern The fancy table
will be In charse of Mrs Montgomery,
and the candy table. Mr Hannls Taylor,
utility table. Mrs. Mullett. apron table.
Mrs Stubblefleld, domeMic science table,
Mrs Coombs, lemonade and flower table,
Mrs Mathewson, all thee assisted b
other ladles of the aoclation
There will be seteral no el features,
among them. Rebecca at tho Well, In an
Oriental costume, brought lately from
Constantinople Alo a remarkably cord
THE NEW BOYS' SHOP
Second Floor of the Greater Palais RoyaL
THE PALAIS ROYAL
Xmas Suggestions in
The higher thc quality thc lozver thc price We mean
that m really sitperexcellent groceries our prices are con
siderably lazver than what you'll find in other stores. In fact,
thc majority of the groceries tie carry are not to be found
m any other store in tozen at onr price They're too fine to
find ready sale m ordinary stores. Thats v.hy zvc make a
specialty of them, at even lower prices than groceries of less
quality are offered for elsewhere.
Order your groceries early. Phone M. 875, 876, 877,
878 HV make five daily trips.
G. G. CORNWELL & SON, Inc.,
lrrer.0" 1415-1417 H Street
C. C. PURSELL,
Standard and Gift Books
3 Illuatrated Rdltlona. ELCTIM nox LINEN STVTIONF1U. suitable for
J CIimsT'LS orFTS from. : cents up. rLEMJUS CIU11STM LET
? TERS and CM1US. 1IOL1 I1IDLU. Many sizes ami bl idinR .Vcw address.
807 G Street Northwest.!
und well-known gry fortune teller who
will tell fortunes In her tent A "peciil
attraction for thc children will be "Mrs
Wiggs and Her Cabbage Patch. ' On
of the most interesting table will be the
domestic science table which will In
clude home-mide preserves. llle pick
les. and fruit cakes, made b the ''Nter
Mr Robert J Wvnne is In Washing-1
ton after .eenl months" stA In Lon
don and on the Continent. She taed
sieral das in New lork last week to
rest after thc experiences of a er
rough croing Mr Hough Donald
French a companied her mother for a
month ilt and when she goes abroad
rsain it will be to Join "apt l-rpmh
on a trip to southern Trant e
Mr Philander P Claxton ard Mi's
Claire Claxton will be at home Infor-,
mall) to their friends Friday afternoon.)
December 13 fruii t to 6. Tho will
hie with them their house gtieft.
Miss Marairet Milligun and Mrs 1.
Martin of KnoNtillc Tenn
Mis Elizabeth Jennings, of Washing
ton. Is the gnet of Mrs. Gordon V
Paine at her home In Baltimore. Md
Mr and Mr Ldward Garrett an
nounce the marriage of their daughter.
nne Prls Ilia, to Mr Edwin "-pence,
French, on Thursdaj No ember - it
'lrinitj Church. Wilmington, Del '
On last Saturd ly night the "-oeiil
attivitles of the Washington Canoe
Club were officially opened bj an of-i
fleers' reception and dance i
In their club ballroom, tastefully dec
orated with palm and shrubberv the
officers of the club receUed a large as
semblage of the member
Following tho reception, dancing wn
the order of the eenlng Durinq the
Intermission refrehment were -ertl
and the members treated to a nni'-ical
programme. wth Mr. EN ai l.linr,
and Mr N T Hammer offering solo
The officers of the Washington t anoo
Club are Mr. DaId M Lea. president,
Mr Ross G Searle, lce president Mr
Fdwin A Schmltt. secretan . Mr W III
lam B Whipple, treasurer. Mr Reglmld
Rutherford, commodore. Mr Donald De
Lashmut, vice commodore, board of di
rectors, Messrs T II Yeager. T V
Smith, II C Chandlee. F Albert, and
E. N van Riper
The benefit given lat night -it the
New Wlllard for the Edward Eierett
Hale Memorial was largeb atterded b
persons prominent In Washington official
and social life. Among the box-holder
were Mrs Charles Broughton Wood.
Mrs. Thomas Gale, Mrs. Whitman Cross.
Mrs Ernest Roberts. Mrs. Kent, of Cali
fornia, and Mrs. Woodward
Among tho'o In the audience were Col
and Mrs Blout, Mr John Jo Fdson
Mrs. Mron Parker. Re Dr and Mr
Pierce. MI Woodhull Gen Woodhull
Mrs. D V rietcher. Mrs William A
Howard, and Mrs G A Laud
In sonic parts of Switzerland ; motor
car must be preceded by a horseman
For a DIaordered Stomach
lloffs Lemon Seldlltz Is the greatest
thins In the world It Is prescribed by
physicians c cry where and for sale by
Insure your boy's health with an
Overcoat beyond suspicion. You are
safe in making a selection at The New
Boys' Shop because all Overcoats here
were made in great sanitary buildings,
where the cleanliness and comfort of
the workers are a primary considera
tion. Economical, too, because more
work and better work is the result than
with the methods of those who rely upon
$2.95 to $15.00
Literally thousands of Overcoats at
and between these price extremes. At
$3 95 and many intermediate prices to
$15 00 arc the styles for bos of 7 to
18 years. At $3.00, $6 00, and $7 50 are
Chinchilla Reefers and Russian Over
coats for bojs of 2V2 to 12 years. At
$2.95 and up to $10 are "Juvenile"
styles for bojs 2y2 to 10 years
Bookseller and i
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lv Tlrket UIDrr,
Norfolk & Washington
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTE8
For MOUNT VERNON
ROUHO TRIP 50c TO GATE
limine snrilh Mrrel Wharf at 10
a m. and III." p m. dally except Sun
day. Cafe on uteamrr. Jrli.hthi ocUci
en tba "im rie end beautiful rotomic.
ATLANTIC CITY RESORTS.
American and Eimpeu. plra. Srccial winter nUi
K n ne h- ! t. Ma. m. Pn-. Ijneoln lve a
Sl nnwUan D. 1 raenka Jan. I
IHamt-im dirr -t, arc oj rati t oclf
tRitz-larttco a U Otfte Hrstaurant
Madeira, Gibraltar. Algiers, Naples, Genoa
J.. S. II3IDUItG . Jan 11. 11 A. M.
(11 000 tons )
S. S. 1IAMI1UIU. . . Feb 22. 10 A. M.
IUSlIltm. IMtRlrvN Ur j rroadwar
N or R F InvTi i "-3,,, Co. Uth mid (. St.
t Cx W 3Ii 51T 'lut SL U.lngton. I
Largest Morning Circulation.
F. STEW ART,1sl&rf Sis.
tt t nuc ote. in Tn Ilirald a C5.0TO Coitnr.
G AY ET Y
T1ce I"aily uhinctoaa Faionte
od llu DRFtMUVND COMlVNT la
si rnori t a som: hits
nd DUE as SNIFFY
.NEXT VLEb. THE CRAtKKRjACKS
S Dulin & Martin Co.
has been selected from our
immense stock on many
occasions by those who ap
preciate gifts of elegance
The spirit of thc Christ
mas giving TvUl be mani
fest in the selection from
the stock displayed m this
Your inspection is in
vited. eV mX
I Dulin&MartinCo. jg
vfc Pottery, Porcelain. China VM
gg Glua, bllTer, Af. &
g 1215 FSt. and 1214-18 G St. g
roalxht at 8 lis
aura, and Sat,
Silt. FRANK THOMfaON rnxraU
NEXT WEEK HBMtY MILLER rresents
LAURA HOPE CREWS
and H. B. WARNER
(Bj Amrjemrct With Oeo. C. Tjlar Cb.) la
Br KARBr JMES SMITIL
The rnx t 4 Urtm rioUmit M CimUTe D
trru, Iluust Tirtfts CjO C-00 JLCO ca ul
st thrtter CLicterlrj Piano used.
BELASCO At 8 To-night
, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
SUTIVEE SATIRDAT ONLT
R. II. JlXIt
SOTHERN and MARLOWE
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I crdT at any tlmf
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MATIM.I3 ttXrMDAT AND SATIRDAT
i WHJ.IVM V. DCAD1 (LTD ITIESKNTS
A comolr in ihrce iaj br BuUiertard Mraa. nm
the ItralTJ ThiMer. LooSoc retltkd
' THE DRONE
I MR. ALEXANDER CARR
In th Musical Comady of th Mardl-Cras,
V HISS SAME TUCKR
Flint Slit giiclit. lieklii Cira ta tki Wail
15 WHISTLEA3LE HAUNTING SONCS-15
NEXT Mat. AVedneadaijr and Saturday
' WEEK ea "le Tnurada-
KI- & HtLAVJMl Itrsirr'
Till' NEW iOHK .U LONDON CO,
THE PINK LADY'V
II nr.Ii.INAI, rvVOKITES.
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In THL OlEItA IN.M.
(TH', FtLKl REiMON fie irm
low and Other Biff t
ILItK COM EKT MT EINPVT.
in. in suit, JSt
'Matinn.s Tut-rfar Tlu.r-dvr and Satnidar
T a Mct IVxtrfi Unnu VUy in Tmrs.
Vr JAMK-" IHIUIK I.E1H
ria. That Marllrt Ne Itrk
Vit k Till. UHITI. MJl .
OlKUKF LYCtEUIVl IILT.
M I TIIIsi WFFK
two mr. slums in onj
The Darlings of Paris
With filadya star and Tlieo Mnrchy
nUMI NIGBT-COINTRY STORE.
Neit V-'Xk "Tho Olllld FROM JOILANO"
Washington Symphony Orchestra
Htmuich Hammer Coaductor
FIRST CONCERT TUES., DEC. 10
CHARLES TROWBRIOCE TITTMAN
Tirtrta. fl Be, 53c. and 3e now en sale at T
trthor Smith, a. 1X17 I' M- Subscribers will
plra&e call for their aeaaon tickets before data of
MR. SELDEN MILLER
(.it h tis ttnid and laxt rcdul contriMioz the vocal
and rUnef- HR1WS and HIT I'SSY,
at Tt IllThnHse Mondar. IVcember 9 at 4 JO.
Tkirti, SIM. jo sale at box oBn of The fltj.
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