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2c Pair; Nrolin Whole
Sol*, ttc Pair; Leather.
tl.0? and ?LS Pound.
Ail aboe repairing tooia
fot home weak. Shoe
b r n a h e ?. ahoe lacea.
brown or black leather
retail at aeml-wholeaale
EXTRA-XOOO lba of leather worth ??
lb. while it l**a *c th Limit fr lba to
Mail Order* Filled.
Tie Capital Skew Fladiara Co.
m r el. nw.. Ilione Main *U. Waab.. D. C.
Recreation Facilities to Be
Maintained for Children
District merchants will assist the
playgrounds department of the public
schools to keep opep playgrounds
which otherwise must close for lack
of funds, it was announced yesterday.
Business establishments in the vicin
ity *of the various recreation centers
near abandonment are expected to do
nate a percentage of their receipts on
certain days to aid the supervisor of
plapgrounds. Miss Susie Root Rhtdes,
In keeping open playgrounds for the
A majority of the playgrounds are
equipped with covered pavilions and
other shelters for the children in in
clement weather. Miss Rhodes favors
using these grounds as year-round
recreation centers for growing school
Already o"e merchant at Eleventh
street and Park road northwest has
notified Miss Rhodes that his store
will donate 20 per cent of the sales for
November 24, 26 and 26 for the purpose
of assisting in keeping open the Co
lumbia Heights playground for the
winter. He is Homer K. Butler, a
Miss Rhodes has accepted the offer,
as she is anxious to have the Columbia
Heights playground continue its work
through January and February at
CONTINUED FROM PAOB IBVCN.
the League of Nation* Association. Is
at the New Willard. Mrs. Harrlman is
a member of the executive committee
of the association.
Mrs. Ellphalet Andrew* has re
turned to her home In Sixteenth
street, after passing the end of the
week at her country place near
Hiss Frances Eveleth Whiting has
returned from Annapolis, where she
spent the week-end.
Representative Charles Nichols Is
making: a short stay In New York.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Suydarri, of To
ronto. Canada, who will be In Wash
ington during the visit of the Prinoe
of Wales, are at the New Willard.
| Mrs. Ollnus Smith is making: an
Indefinite stay with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Oeorre Cooper at their
residence in Wyoming: avenue. Just
now Mrs. Smith Is recovering from
an illness and is at Columbia Hos
pital. She waj formerly Miss Daisy
Mrs. Charles Sporborg. of New York,
vice president of the New York City
Federation of Women's Clubs, is at
the New Willard for a few days.
Mrs. Charles Scudder and Miss
Edith Scudder have returned from
a short visit in Media. Pa. Mrs.
Scudder went to Media from Scran
ton. Pa., where she visited her son
Extra Special Offering
In This Week's Big
Women's and growing girls' beautiful footwear,
is Patent Colt, Black Kid and Tan, lace and button
shoes. Candidly, these are not absolutely the latest
styles, but they are good models (nothing freakish),
and are of the highest priced makes. They are good,
serviceable, good-looking shoes. This is truly an ex
ceptional opportunity to secure GOOD footwear at a
sensationally low price.
Big and Little.
Boys' Mahogany Tan Shoes
English l^ace Shoe*. Sturdy shoes that will
wear well and are very good looking. Just look
at these prices.
Boys' Gun Metal Lace Shoes
English l*ace Shoes. Fine, good-looking shoes.
Tou should buy two patrs at these exceptionally
Sizes 9 to 1 y/2.
Sizes 1 to 2 .
Sizes 2J/2 to 5y2.
Natural shape last, gun metal and tan lace
?hoes. Strongly made to withstand hard usage.
Sizes 9 to 13J/J.
Misses' and Children's Lace
and Button Shoes
Gun Metal button and lace shoes. High cut
models. Smart styles and our first Quality. Espe
cially priced for tomorrow's selling.
Sizes 5 to 8 $2.65
Sizes 8j/2 to 11 $2.95
Sizes 1 to 2 . $3.45
Misses' and Children's
Natural Shape Shoes
Mahogany tan English and natural shape Lace
shoes. Straight tips and wing tips. Extraordi
Sizes 5 to 8
Sizes 8j/> to 11
Sizes \ to 2
Misses' and Children's
I'atent Colt. Kid and Cloth Tops, high-cut
lace and button shoes, tips and plain toes. Natural
shape last. Exceptional values at
Men's House Shoes
Excellent quality, comfortable,
dressy house shoes, in tan and
black leather. (Get a pair for
his Christmas gift now at this
"" ai 1111s
The greatest shoe value in the city. Heavy
extension sole, long uppers, with two brass
buckle straps, bellows tongue Almost im
Pible to wear them out. Sixes o to 13)^,
;; sizes 1 to s/j, $3*5.
JSL Ji 1026-28-7? St NW.
Between K and L Streets
Washington's Fastest Growing Shoe House
diugbter, Mr. and Mn.
vJ2ruJL the latter formerly
Mige Katherlne Scudder. Mlee Scud
derwent from Wotahlngtoii to meet
her mother la Media.
Ml?e Betty Grove entertained a
group of debutantes at luncheon
yesterday in honor of Mtas Lucy
Lord. of Chicago. and her guest*
Included Miss Nancy Lane. Miss
Marcla Chapln. Miss Pesrgy Martin.
Mis? Anna Oordon. Miss Celeete
Crosby. Miss Beta Adams. Miss
Helen McLanahan. Miss Delphlne
iHeyl. Miss Helen Tucker. *Mlss Co
rinth Tracy. Miss Prances Hamp
son end Ml?s Ruth Donaldson.
Miss Grove will apend neat week
end at the University of Virginia,
where ahe will attend the hop.
The marriage of Lieut. Comdr.
Rowland Marcy Comfort. U. 8. N..
naval aide at the White House, and
Miss Helen Edson McFadden. of
Oeneva. Switzerland, was solemn
ised yesterday at 6 o'clock In the
parish hall of fit. John's Church,
the rector, the Rev. Dr. Roland
Cotton Smith, officiating. Lieut.
Comdr, Urey C. Conway, U. 8. N..
was best man. *
The wedding was entirely sim
ple. with only a small company of
relatives In attendance. The bride's
mother. Mrs. 8 H. McPadden. of
Oeneva. wu present. #
Miss Mabel Boardman will re
turn to Washington today and join
her mother. Mrs. William J. Board
man. at their home on P street after
spending a month In traveling in
the 8outh and West on affairs con
nected with the National Society of
the Red Cross.
MaJ. R. G. Chamberlain, British
army, who is a member of the mili
tary escort of the Prince of Walea, la
st the New Willard.
Mlas Frances Hoar, who waa a
member of a house party entertain
ed on Long inland, returned to
Washington yesterday morning and
joined the Speaker and Mrs. Gll
lett at their home on Eighteenth
The Anthony League will begin
its weekly at homes, at Its head
quarters. 2007 Columbia road, to
day at 1:30. The program will be!
In charge of the commlKee on
home service for the Red Cross.
Mrs. Walter 8. Ufford will speak.
Music by Mra. Wayne B. Wheeler.
Mrs. Anna E. Hendley will preside.
All are welcome.
Mr. and Mrs H. E Clayton-Ken- j
nedy. of Ixmdon. who have Just^ ar
rived In the United States, are at the j
New Willard for a few days.
The League of American Pen
women will have as Its guests of
honor at Its regular Friday after
noon tea this week at the clubhouae
j at 1722 H street. Commissioner and
j Mrs. Charles Pergler and the
1 Csecho-Slovak delegation to the In
ternational Labor Conference. Com
and Mra Pergler have Just return
ed from Prague end will leave |
j hortly for Japan as Mr. Pergler 1
I has been appointed Minister to Ja
pan from the C*echo-8lovak re
public. Commissioner Pergler will
I sddress the Penwomen on "Present
Conditions in the Csecho-Slovak
| Republic," and will Introduce the
| nine delegates from Csecho-Slo
vakla who are here for the labor
conference. Mrs. Isaac Pearson.
| president, will welcome them in
[ the name of the league.
| FORECAST FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW. I
District of Colombia and Maryland-Fair today j
and probably tomorrow, older tomorrow
tomorrow ni?ht; gentle south winds becoming |
Midnight. 49; 2 a_m 49; 4 am.. 49; 6 am..
49; * am.. 59: 10 am.. SO; 12 oooo. SI; 2 pm.. j
52; 4 p.m., 53; 9 pim.. 52; t p.m., 53; 10 piD
54. Highest, 53; low?et. 49
Relative humidity?? a.m.. 91; 2 pm., 91; 9|
p.m.. 97. Rainfall (I pm to 9 p.m.). 047.
Hours of sunahine, 1 Per oeat of pueaibie|
Accumulated rxrrse of teuperatnre unoa Jan
uary 1. 1919, +ttl; ex eras of temperatnrv ancn
Norember 1. 1919. +1; accumulated deficiency
of precipitation ainor January 1. 19!9. ?0.41;
drfcioooy of precipitation since Noerrober L. 1919
-4?. Temperature same date last year-High
eat. 60; low eat, 35.
Highest previous Rain
today. d If lit. 8 pm. falL
Aahewilie. X. C ? fln W 9 06
Atlantic Citf. N. J 66 50 M 905
P-i?marck. N. Dak 9 2 4
Buffalo. N. Y. 54 50 4C 0)0
OiBcinnatf. Ohio. 54 40 49 0.14
Cleveland. Ohio 50 44 49 0 01
Denier. Col 50 24 6 0.01
Detroit. Midi 49 39 44 g? j
El Paao. Tea 09 32 60 ?
Helena. Mont TO 0 -2 0.?4
Jacksonville. Fla 73 69 T2
Uttie Rock. Ark f? 42 56 ....j
Marquette. Mi ah <2 KM
Miami. Fla 79 74 79
New Orlrwna. I* 72 62 98 0 06
North Platte. Neb... 34 IS 9
Philadelphia. Pa M 46 62 0.20
Pittsburg. Pa. on 54 54 e.?3
Portland. On? 44 40 42 ....I
St. Louis. Mo C4 JS 50 I
San Antonio. Tex.... t3 42 60 ....I
Springfield. 11L 43 34 43 ....;
Toledo. Ohio 52 40 * f> Hi,
THE ANDERSON PRINTER?
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1407 N. Y. Ave., 1st Floor, Rear
"A MUSICAL COMEDY HrT-Tbe Critics Said:
The most delightful musical
tr?*t in years. Miss Day's ex
quisite charm and her splendid in
terpretation of the lingering tunes
reminds us of "The Merry Widow"
and "The Pink Lady."
It's like a breath of fresh air to
greet Irene?a skyrocket eoccea
Miss Day's charming portrayal
was another Mr. Manners' "Peg
o' My Heart" with music.
w,T? EDITH DAY
Book by James Montgomery
Lyrics by James McCarthy. Music by Harry Timey
Staged by Edward fy>yce
It's difficult to overpraise
"Irene." It's an over
SlirnFRT ATTRACTION! ,
Mats. Tfcorm. a*4 Sat.
THIS WEEK ONLY
Miss Edith Day sing*
and acts "Irene" charm,
ingly. "Irene" is a new
musical comedy with
haunting melodies and
snappy songs cleverly
IRENE IS A MUSICAL "PEG 0' MY HEART"
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TODAY AND ALL WEEK
IN "23Vt HOURS LEAVE"
Pr?M thr Pmmi Saturday Kvr-atajc P??t
%fry by Mary Rtberla Rlackaii
THE COMEDY HIT OF THE TEAR"
Overture - - - "Carmen" fBxzetJ
I-AST TIMES TOD AT
TODAY'S BEST ATTRACTIONS
IN WASHIHGTOIPS FOREMOST THEATERS
TYOLES Beginning Ne?t
l^SHUftERT Monday Night
No. 3 of a aeries to advise you of
F. Ray ComstoCk and Morris Gest's
unusual musical comedy.
The men who wrote "Oh. Hoy."
"Oh, Lady. Lady." "Oh. My Dear"
and other Princess Theater musical
successes have reunited on this.
Mr. Guy Bolton (who also wrote
"Polly With a Past." "Adam and
Eva"?the biggest comedy hit on
Broadway now?and other favorites)
has furnished the book.
Mr. P. O. W ode house stopped
amusing readers of the Saturday
Kvenlng Post long enough to supply
the lyrica. and they're both amusing
Incidentally, you can get your
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